Police said the ring operated mostly on the east side of Youngstown and was racking up profits of $1 million a year.
Police found the man inside of the South Duck Creek Road home after an hours-long standoff.
Ryan Sheridan finished his hike to the top of the tallest mountain in Africa in only a day and a half.
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Matthew Wilson’s family argues that the death was accidental, saying injuries were caused by Wilson falling on the child.
A Pennsylvania college student got a reminder to take out the trash when his mother sent him some garbage in a care package.
The robber ordered the clerk to empty the register.
Military leaders and lawmakers agree on what it’s going to take to secure the future of the base for years to come.
The Boardman service runs daily from 7:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
A police chase that started in Austintown ended in Youngstown Monday night after a small child fell out of the vehicle.
The incident started when a trooper attempted to pull the vehicle over for speeding.
While their opinions are different, a local Republican and Democrat both agree President Trump’s shaking things up in Washington.
Adam Barta, who started bowling at the age of 5, lives for the sport.
They said it’s hard to get new businesses to move into the area if its infrastructure, like water and sewer systems, is old.
David Grohl Alley will soon be home to the city’s first brewing company in over 100 years.
The company also owns 10 Burger Kings in the Cleveland area and the Damon’s Grill trademark.
Warm weather means that bugs and ticks may be spotted earlier than usual.
A neighbor across the street said he was praying the kids weren’t in the house.
David Hull said farmers at White House Fruit Farm are concerned that the changing temperatures could trick the plants.
Joey Seaman is facing aggravated burglary, rape, felonious assault and other charges.
The Chamber will provide to Niles economic development services as part of a one-year, $30,000 contract.
Youngstown State students and the community will have the chance to see how artists create prints of their work.