Prosecutors say both men raped young girls and that one had pornographic pictures of a child on his phone.
Last year, Tim Walton died in a car crash just days before he was supposed to graduate from Crestview High School.
The Check Into Cash employee falls to the ground as the robber forces his way into the store.
According to the woman’s criminal complaint, he got her addicted to drugs and made her have sex for cash when they didn’t have money.
The passing of Deputy Coroner Dr. Joseph Ohr has caused a lag in paperwork processing at the office.
Earlier this year, Rue 21, Macy’s and Sears all closed their doors.
Police said the home’s condition was “deplorable,” with old food on the counter and animals in cages.
The library’s director, Heidi Daniel, is leaving to take a position in Baltimore, Maryland.
Before the presidential election, 7,000 Democrats in Mahoning County switched parties.
Police believed an exchange of gunfire between people in two houses started due to an argument on the previous day.
Hackett was found guilty of stabbing Collena Carpenter more than 80 times and dumping her body in Youngstown.
Bystanders and passengers are four times more likely to get hurt from a lawn mower than the person doing the mowing.
The Trumbull County 911 Dispatch Center has been working for about a year to finalize the plans for its newest program.
The group that promotes Muslim schools in the U.S. bought the former New Castle Youth Development Center, which is causing an uproar.
Police said the man shot someone in the back, then ran away from the scene.
The home of Elder Bessie Jackson, a retired police officer, has been robbed three times in one week.
Nine people in the area now have the ability to do what many sometimes take for granted — call themselves “Americans.”
That, and other crimes reported in Warren over the past week.
New owners of land in Canfield Township have filed a petition to annex their property into the City of Canfield — surprising officials.
Albert Bonetti, Jr., 56, has a few bruises and broken ribs and was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital.
There’s no word right now on if anyone has plans to develop this area of Route 224.
The new $3 million pound along Meridian Road is about two months behind schedule.