Richard Keenan pleaded guilty last month to 20 counts of sex crimes, including eight counts of rape.
Highway Patrol says a pickup truck was hauling a trailer with a mini excavator on it when the trailer flipped.
The accident happened Sunday on Parsons Road in LaGrange Township, Lorain County.
Police didn’t release a motive for the killing or say what evidence they uncovered.
In March, Trumbull County had 189 overdoses, 26 of which were fatal.
The hour-long special looks at how heroin is impacting the courts and police, and which laws might have to change.
Additional pathways to graduation are being considered but have not been approved yet.
With the warmer weather in the forecast comes more bugs and other critters. Exterminators here in the Valley say that they’ve been flooded w…
Celebrate Recovery took place Sunday at Mount Calvary Pentecostal Church.
Trump’s biggest message for American steel companies is that he will protect them — a promise local steel workers and lawmakers won’t let t…
Captain Don Zimmerman of the Poland Fire District lost his battle to pancreatic cancer on Wednesday.
About a dozen small businesses were at the Holiday Inn for the first annual Fashion and Beauty Marketplace.
Robert Hobbs’ book, titled “Heroin: Living and Dying With an Addict You Love,” tells how he dealt with his son’s addiction.
Warren police arrested a man on a warrant for failure to appear in court after a Best Western Park Hotel was robbed Friday.
BJ’s is the restaurant next to the Southern Park Mall where Cheddar’s used to be.
All proceeds go toward The Strimbu Memorial Fund, which provides scholarships for local high school seniors.
Saturday night, people packed the Metroplex Expo in Girard for IM’s biggest fundraiser of the year.
Almost six years ago, Matt Hiznay was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer. He’s now working toward a PhD in molecular medicine.
Dr. Ohr, a Boardman native, died Saturday morning from pancreatic cancer. His colleagues remembered him on Sunday,
Almost 300 people gathered at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown and marched around Wick Park.
9/11 Memorial Park in Austintown will soon be getting security cameras, along with more than $3,000 from local organizations.
Hundreds gathered at four Youngstown city schools in an effort to reduce violence in the city and promote education.