One firefighter said tools are great, but nothing can replace an actual person when it comes to fighting fires.
Bella is eating and drinking, but she can’t see because of cataracts.
One of the suspects said that the pair needed money.
Campbell Police Chief Drew Rauzan said his officers found Sabo at a nearby home.
Police said the chase ended when the suspect jumped in the Mahoning River near the former St. Joseph Riverside Hospital.
The men briefly exited their cars and scuffled.
Investigators charged the man in connection with the October 2013 burning of the Boardman restaurant.
The leave lasts until the fire chief’s scheduled retirement in October.
Ohio’s average remains below the nation’s average, which was $2.71 per gallon on Monday.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is teaming up with troopers from five other states for a weeklong initiative on safety belt enforcement.
Police in Champion are looking for the driver a truck who they say tried to grab a woman who was jogging Sunday.
An Amber Alert for a missing Ohio girl has been canceled.
Youngstown Early College students graduated Sunday and are now ready to further their education.
Local farmers say the early warming has put them ahead of schedule.
Five people were injured Sunday evening when a mini van lost control and crashed on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
Exchange students that have spent the school year here in the Valley are now ready to head home.
Hundreds of people marched at Youngstown State University Sunday to help premature babies live healthy lives.
Two bridges in Niles were dedicated Sunday in honor of our Valley’s bravest.
Fifty five teams spent 23 hours walking the track at Boardman Center Middle School.
Campbell police are cracking down on nuisance properties and their owners.