The Census worker smelled marijuana coming from the house.
The problem continues to grow as police struggle to track down offenders.
Mercer County State Representative Tedd Nesbit worries it might be a snap decision.
Parents argue there needs to be a limit on the number of open enrollment students allowed in the schools.
Contractors working on the new facility discovered some of their tools had been stolen.
Sierra Carbone, 26, allegedly stole approximately $1,200 in items and cash from Whispering Pines Village in Columbiana.
Sean Hake, 23, was killed when officers shot him after they said the incident “escalated.”
Joe Lewis brought a dirty filter and brown water to a city council meeting last month.
If elected, Carla Baldwin would become the first African American woman to sit on the Youngstown Muncipal Court.
Last week, Campbell Schools said it wanted out of its football contract with Struthers.
Coffer was listed as a wanted fugitive by the U.S. Marshals on Tuesday.
Former Campbell Police Sgt. David Taybus resigned earlier this week.
A Youngstown man convicted in a two year old murder case was sentenced Wednesday in Mahoning County Court.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday its newest member of the team.
Police said Nicole Mitchell was driving the get-away car for Taylor Duvall, accused of stealing items from the Boardman Walgreens Monday.
A SWAT Team blocked off Cook Avenue and multiple officers with military-style armor surrounded the apartments.
Police say Hake’s mother called to report a disturbance and that Hake was shot after the situation “escalated.”
A potentially dangerous situation ended Tuesday in Austintown after a man purposefully crashed his car near a trooper.
Prosecutors say Deondre Gayles shot Ralph Thomas near the Brier Hill Annex apartments in July.
The Ohio Department of Transportation reports that the road is now clear.
Details about another energy plant coming to Lordstown were revealed Wednesday.
The road was closed from about 6 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.