Two YSU football players are facing firearm charges after police heard shots fired near a parking deck.
Three people were injured after the SUV they were riding in crashed on Route 11 in Liberty Township.
Witnesses reported a fight and said they saw a man with a weapon.
A Warren man is charged with inducing a panic after he made a false report about being tied up inside a house on Scott Street.
Youngstown fire crews worked early Tuesday to control a fire at a home on the west side of the city.
A Butler County man was arrested at an OVI checkpoint in Youngstown after police say they found drugs and money inside vehicle.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force and Ohio State Highway Patrol conducted two checkpoints on Saturday.
The Columbiana County Drug Task Force has been busy the past two days, uncovering two separate meth labs.
Saturation patrols will also be conducted throughout this week and Memorial Day weekend.
Close to 100 people gave it their best shot at Eastwood Field in Niles.
At least five candidates will be interviewed to fill two seats on the Mill Creek MetroParks Board of Commissioners.
When officers arrived at the home on Carle Avenue, they observed blood and several cuts on the woman’s face.
No animals were inside at the time and no one was hurt.
Natural ground slippage continues to widen the cracks in Lisbon Street, making the retaining wall project too expensive for the city.
With graduation approaching, Howland High School’s class of 2016 is leaving their mark on the area by helping to clean up their community.
Mercy Health — Youngstown becomes the second of seven regional markets to adopt the Mercy name.
A Youngstown woman was mauled by her pit bull last week, after something triggered it to attack.
The owner of 23 cement and porcelain statues reported that the angel statues were taken from her yard on Birch Hill Drive last week.
Patrick Heltzel is accused of killing Milton Grumbling at his Warren Twp. home in April of 2013.
The suspect received stolen credit cards and forged the signature of another person without that person’s permission, according to an indict…
The fire started around 5 a.m. Monday and crews were not able to put it out until about five hours later.
The sinkhole developed on S. Schenley Avenue, just north of McCollum Road.