The man told police he was abducted, robbed, beaten and held against his will for three days.
The trained volunteers will then be deployed to North Carolina to help with the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
The threat was called in early Friday morning and students were evacuated.
Prosecutors say Cliff Panezich sold phony sports memorabilia on eBay, cheating people out of millions of dollars.
Cheerleaders at Cornell High School, located in Coraopolis, Pa., kneeled during the national anthem at a previous game.
David Black, of Austintown, was arrested and charged with OVI for the sixteenth time on Wednesday.
Sharpsville came in with a score of 90.5 percent.
Police said Ross took the cash register drawer from the bar on Market Street
Police said what started as a domestic dispute ended with the woman trying to run her boyfriend over with her car.
Victor Slocum was in jail on drug charges when the overdoses happened.
Harley Davidson is teaming with the Wounded Warriors Project to teach nine local veterans.
Members of Mayor John McNally’s administration were recommending the company be hired to redo heat in five city buildings.
The land is being cleared by construction equipment. Holes are being dug for new piping and property leveled.
Mahoning County political party chairs Betras and Winbush spoke about the controversial race.
Officers say anyone with an emergency should call 911.
After a series of questions, two potential sexual partners can record their approval into the app, which is free to download.
“That was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do,” said Brenden Clark, who posted a video of his son’s reaction to learning his mom d…
John Wike, 30, plead guilty to two counts of theft. He admits to stealing thousands of dollars from Cafaro’s.
Bonita Sharif, a Computer Science professor, was given a $416,000 research grant on Thursday to study eye-tracking technology.
The recent creepy sightings and incidents have a lot of children (and parents) discovering a new fear of clowns.
Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland and incumbent Sen. Robert Portman covered topics including Syrian refugees and the heroin epidemic.
The event will focus on the challenges kids from diverse backgrounds can face and how to make them feel included in the community.