Police said a man came into the store and held a knife to an employee’s shoulder as he was refilling coffee pots.
Mahoning County Judge Maureen Sweeney found that an impartial jury could not be seated for Robert Seman’s case.
The final score was Sharon 63, Farrell 53.
Local animal rights activities say the changes makes it more difficult to track down cases.
A bystander was in his car as gunfire from the suspect shattered his window. “I got a little glass in my mouth,” he said.
Springfield Township in Mercer County wants new water and sewer lines along Route 208 — some say at the expense of a privately-owned busine…
Two self-driving systems are being developed: an autonomous one and one connected with the road.
The new member fills the seat of Jim Bluedorn, who resigned in early January because his company transferred him to Florida.
Under the governor’s proposed budget, some schools will see a nice boost and others could take a hit.
WKBN talked to credit card processing experts about how the new “chips” differ from traditional credit cards.
The woman ran to Taco Bell in Austintown to report the murder after she said her husband took her cell phone.
They are asking anyone with information about the suspect to call the Youngstown Police Department.
Peach remains in the Trumbull County Jail on $1 million bond and he is due back in court next week.
Woodside Lake and dam are for sale, but estimates to repair the dam are between $100,000 and $1 million.
Roberts was accused of planning her ex-husband’s murder with a boyfriend to collect insurance money.
Police said a man ran from the store on N. Buhl Farm Drive after a cashier gave him an undisclosed amount of cash.
Police said Mitchell led officers on a chase after stealing from Walgreens. She then crashed, killing a passenger, they said.
Matthew Dalton, 40, was shot in the leg in January and had to be put on life support.
Dr. William Paloski is facing 78 charges related to prescribing drugs illegally and in excess.
Highway Patrol said the force against an inmate may have been falsely reported by employees involved in the incident.
Lawyers for Robert Seman argued some of the jury pool believes he is guilty and an impartial jury couldn’t be seated.
The businesses include a popular Niles restaurant and a clothing company.