Ricky Gonzalez and Michael Zarlingo were charged in connection to the armed robbery of PNC Bank on Meridian Road.
The wife of a man accused of being a local drug dealer is free on bond after her court appearance Tuesday.
Kyheem Underwood, of Campbell, is accused of stealing and cashing a number of property tax checks while working as part-time help.
A 90-year-old man was struck by an SUV while crossing the road on a mobility scooter.
According to a police report, the boyfriend pulled out a handgun and shot at the pickup truck about five times on E. Market Street.
Highway Patrol said a police chase that originated in Steubenville passed through SR 11 in Calcutta, and ended in a standoff with police.
The Ohio Department of Transportation notified businesses in Austintown and Girard of the closures.
Police said the fight was captured on video, which showed Cinque striking the man and Snyder joining in on the fight.
Youngstown’s fire chief said in most cases, the department’s ladders don’t reach high enough for some taller buildings.
Airport Director of Aviation Dan Dickten expects the airline to be sustainable in about five to 10 months.
Shelter workers say they had a 500 percent increase in dogs admitted to the shelter, mainly because of fireworks.
Police say witnesses reported that Liggens was shooting at another car in Youngstown. He then took off into Campbell.
Police said the man had a blood-alcohol content of .317 after the crash.
The jackpot will be the largest since a $448.4 million Powerball prize won by a New Jersey family May 7.
There is one part of your credit score that can change by 100 points if you don’t do the right thing.
More police departments are exploring technology that would allow dispatchers to receive text messages, photos and videos in real time.
Weather is a big factor when it comes to Fourth of July plans.
Traffic was slowly moving on Interstate 80 in Mercer County Monday night.
Results from the Friday, July 1 DUI checkpoint in Mercer County have been released.
The Newton Falls fireworks show is a tradition going back more than six decades, and is something the community prides itself on.
City leaders want the downtown area to take the next step, and become a center for culture and recreation.
The city hopes to have three murals painted by the end of summer, and continue the project for years to come.