Police were called to a Youngstown apartment complex in October for reports that Moody was threatening people with a gun.
First News Anchors Dave Sess and Stan Boney had live reports from the main stage and parade route.
Investigators say Dixson held four young children hostage in a Struthers house, leading to a nearly five-hour standoff.
An undercover officer responded to an online advertisement for sexual services from the woman’s Campbell home.
Construction on the new library building is expected to take about a year.
Police said an 18-year-old girl reported that she had been punched by her mother’s ex-boyfriend.
Mathews is accused of having firearms despite a prior felony conviction and selling marijuana.
Prosecutors say Guthrie had computer files containing child pornography between June and August of 2014.
IUE-CWA clarified some information sent to the media from Congressman Tim Ryan’s office.
Police said a junior at Farrell High School was taking out the garbage when he was shot in the shoulder.
A passerby alerted firefighters about a fire at a house on North Medina Street late Thursday night.
The railroad car part company announced it is idling the plant on January 28, which could lead to layoffs of up to 426 employees.
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A victim was taken to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.
The men said they were working on an apartment when a tenant opened a window, pointed a gun and yelled to “shut up.”
The trees sold at the business are grown in Hanoverton.
The county supplies the deputy to work undercover with the U.S. Marshals Violent Fugitive Task Force.
Woodside Lake was pulled from a scheduled auditor’s sale on Wednesday as homeowners try to find a way to fix the dam.
Youngstown Police Department has 30 detective sergeants.
The company offered to repair a Boardman woman’s home after she says she paid Ohio Restoration, and the work wasn’t finished.
However, new records are created faster than the county can convert them, so the paper is piling up in a huge backlog.