Surveillance video has been clarified by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation.
Icy conditions are on the way for the Valley Friday night and into Saturday.
Humane agents say it took nearly all day to bring Dunkin’s temperature back to normal after he was found frozen in Youngstown.
The last time one-year-old Wyatt saw his grandfather was when he was sick.
The Area Agency on Aging says the elderly and disabled are particularly at risk in frigid temperatures.
Youngstown firefighters were at sentencing for Cameron Dyer, who was convicted of drug possession in a separate case.
A letter that said there were multiple deliveries of chickens to a Youngstown home led police to investigate.
Covelli Enterprises has been the largest local contributor to Toys for Tots for more than 30 years.
A woman who hit and killed a pedestrian along Route 224 in Canfield was sentenced Thursday.
Traffic is now moving on I-680 northbound in Youngstown following an accident.
PennDOT has lifted the speed limit restrictions that were in place on some interstate highways in the northwestern region.
A portion of State Line Road in Hermitage was blocked by a tractor-trailer on Friday morning.
A tragic accident in New York is shining the light on some dangers for children during snowy months.
The fire chief said the frigid cold created a hazard for firefighters.
The Youngstown State Penguins are on the West Coast.
Moondance Botique premiered in the new Firestone Farms complex on the corner of Route 7 and 14.
The fire happened at Horseplay Stables in Mercer County. None of the horses were hurt.
Police said she appeared to be thrown over two westbound lanes and land in the snow.
Humane agents found the pitbull mix covered in blood, paws frozen to a metal cage and with a bloody hole in his muzzle.
Cleveland FBI said Fred Correa robbed US Bank on Puritas street around 4 p.m. Thursday.