Youngstown police arrested a man after alarms were set off at a house on E. Judson Ave. around 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning.
Trump’s speech Saturday turned into the latest battle in, as he put it, his “running war with the media.”
Over 500 people showed up for the march, including men.
The money was raised for the Ohio Special Olympics as over 80 swimmers participated in the event.
An orientation meeting was held Saturday for members of those committees at the MetroParks location in Canfield.
A car rolled over and went through a utility pole near Breaden Street in Youngstown.
The final score was South Range 58, Springfield 39.
Pro-life groups around the country are hoping that President Donald Trump will sign anti-abortion legislation.
A veterinarian said the cat had gashes in her neck, indicating that she may have been hung for a time.
The well sparked two earthquakes in the Valley in 2014.
Lara Trump and Omarosa Manigault visited Ryan’s Chair Barber Shop in Youngstown in September, promising change if Trump won.
Bresha Meadows’ family and close friends, wearing shirts reading #StandWithBresha, watched as the 15-year-old stood before the judge.
Staff at the Austintown School District had no idea that a school shooting happened earlier Friday morning in the Columbus area.
The Trumbull-Ashtabula Group (TAG) served a warrant Thursday at a house on West 34th St.
The new hires are funded through a Safer Cities federal grant.
A group gathered in Boardman to celebrate President Trump’s inauguration.
Allen, who is charged with rape, appeared in court Friday morning.
The lawmakers’ statements differed in tone and expectation.
Police released a photo of the person that they say robbed the bank Friday afternoon.
Jail employees were notified Thursday that four inmates were “shooting heroin” and one of the inmates had a syringe.