Two children lived in his home on W. Tennessee Avenue, where police said they found several items used to make the drug.
Police pulled their vehicle over after officers said it almost crashed with a 4-month-old baby in the backseat.
Workers say the project should be completed before the end of July.
A man told police he was walking down Parkman Road SW on Monday night when a person driving by shot him with a BB gun.
Paris Wright was charged with rape last year and faced life in prison. He took a plea deal Wednesday on a lesser charge.
Highway Patrol says there were 316 OVI-related crashes last year resulting in 346 people being killed in Ohio.
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Sen. Rob Portman released an investigation Thursday saying that Time Warner did not provide refunds to customers that were overcharged.
A man told police he was shot at after being set up for a fight on Valerie Drive.
The results are in for a new survey on child poverty, but the numbers don’t bode well for children in Ohio.
“To not even have a vote is what is so outrageous,” Rep. Tim Ryan said of the protest that broke the decorum of the House of Representatives…
Anthony Natale pleaded guilty to sending white powder to his former employer.
The group plans to meet each month to discuss issues stakeholders face downtown and community improvement projects.
Mayor Terry Stocker vetoed City Council’s prior legislation in an attempt to give all six department heads a raise.
Employees waited outside while three bomb dogs from YSU and Kent State searched the store.
Police said a video shows a man throwing something that he lit on fire into a van, which then burst into flames.
Tee times for Thursday’s final round will be announced at a later time, due to upcoming weather conditions.
Robert Hinton submitted his letter of resignation to Mayor Tom Scarnecchia on Monday and will retire Thursday.
Commissioner Frank Fuda said the application deadline for a new human resources director has been reopened for another two weeks.
Between now and mid-September, Youngstown officials hope to pave close to 60 streets around the city.