The spring weather means more people are heading out to the trails for hiking and biking.
Police officers and neighbors said girls escaping from the home and causing problems is nothing new.
The deadline to register to vote in the May primary is Monday, April 3 by 9 p.m.
A woman was able to escape a burning apartment even though the unit sustained extensive damage.
The victim told police at the hospital that he had stepped outside of the apartments to get some fresh air when he was shot.
A traffic stop in Youngstown turned into a police chase on the road and a foot chase through backyards on the northeast side of the city.
Police said four suspects have been arrested.
According to OSP, the man was driving a Lexus SUV when he went left of center and hit a van carrying three adults and three kids.
Trumbull County Children Services has seen 55 percent more kids in their care within the last two years.
Alchemy Acres takes in animals living in awful conditions across the state. Sunday marked its 20th spaghetti dinner.
The Northeast Ohio Rocks group paints kind messages on rocks, then hides them for others to find.
Gamers showed off what they could create in under 48 hours this weekend at YSU’s McDonough Museum of Art.
WKBN’s Storm Team 27 encourages people to attend the National Weather Service Skywarn Trainings.
The truck crashed into a pole at 1515 South Meridian Road in Austintown.
The event runs from 4-6 p.m. at the Eastwood Mall in Niles.
A neighbor said the house on Ravenwood Avenue was vacant.
While the open house was going on, a teenage boy from Champion decided to help out with projects inside the house.
City Kids Care and the Red Zone put on the Superhero Bash at the YWCA.
Youngstown Juvenile Court Magistrate Carla Baldwin was the keynote speaker at the luncheon.
Regina Norris was found dead on the second-floor bedroom of her home on Wallis Avenue just after 10 p.m.
The Young Women With Bright Futures celebration honored 30 high school women from Trumbull and Mahoning counties.
The first round of volunteer training for their Community Emergency Response Team took place Saturday.