The Ohio State Penitentiary said she has worked as a corrections officer there since June of 2015 and is now on paid administrative leave.
Police said the house where the dog was left had a strong smell of ammonia, feces, urine and rotten food.
Prosecutors say Derrico jumped into a running car, took off and then abandoned the vehicle.
The program will provide information on people who require special attention in emergency situations.
Penk stored a butcher knife in his desk and showed it to employees, according to newly-released documents from the district.
The victim told police that he broke up a fight between one of the suspects and his girlfriend prior to the shooting.
Timothy Allen, Jr. is facing a prohibition to companion animals charge.
The Youngstown Foundation presented a $500,000 check to Potential Development.
The defense said Floyd suffers from a mental illness, but prosecutors said she lied during the investigation.
Witnesses reported that Bianca Nasidka ran over Elaine Shumate while Nasidka had a baby in the car.
It only takes 4 to 6 minutes for brain death to happen if CPR isn’t given right away.
Kids across the Valley are now on summer break, and that means many parents are looking for ways to keep them busy.
Sonya Gordon graduated from East High School in 1991 and now she’s coming back to Youngstown.
A group says the proposed medical marijuana growing facility in the city could lead to bigger problems.
Police are still looking for a man they believe to be involved.
The ribbon is cut on the new Home 2 hotel near the Interstate 80 and Route 46 interchange — but it doesn’t stop there.
Police said the charges stem from an ongoing prostitution investigation.
More than 2,000 students are enrolled in this summer’s program, making it the largest free summer program in the state.
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman.
The citations, given to children who are acting safe, include a coupon for a free ice cream cone at Dairy Queen.
WKBN has covered these arrests in and around the Mahoning Valley in the month of June 2017.
The victim’s mother, Connie Carpenter, said Hackett will “never be able to harm another person ever again.”