A driver reported an elk running loose. Police said the elk escaped a main enclosure but never left the property.
Prosecutors say Panezich was part of a group that was scamming customers by selling them phony sports memorabilia.
Getting into the medical field doesn’t have to take years of schooling. Many medical assistant programs require just two years of training.
About one in four kids in Ohio live in a home that’s considered “food insecure.”
A 12-bed housing unit for women recovering from substance abuse is being built in Youngstown.
The first day of fall is just around the corner.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources was called out to investigate on Tuesday morning.
Investigators said the worker was crossing the street when he was struck by the truck, which then overturned in a ditch.
One of the men accused in a murder on Youngstown’s south side is in the Mahoning County Jail.
The sidewalk and curb in the area flooded.
An Arby’s, the former Cheddar’s and the former Park Diner were all torn down.
Yes, but not in every case.
The county has received about 8,000 absentee ballot applications, which is double the amount from the last presidential election.
The Community Planning and Economic Development Department wants to create three new positions.
The price tag for naloxone is anywhere from $60 to $90, but funding to pay for it comes from multiple sources.
Police recovered a bullet lodged into the corner of a medicine cabinet inside the house. No suspects were spotted.
She didn’t realize the bill read “FOR MOTION PICTURE USE ONLY” until the man was gone.
Police said Frantz had to be revived with 7 shots of Narcan, 2 days after she overdosed in a Niles parking lot.
In the past five years, there have been up to three accidents a year at the intersection of routes 626 and 165.
Police said the suspect told officers she didn’t care that she was being arrested because marijuana will be legal soon.
The case is being sent directly to a grand jury.
According to police, Nance ran after robbing man of about $100 and bottle of Oxycodone.