Patricia Shepherd is accused of stealing money from the Holy Bible Church of God in Youngstown.
A Canfield fire captain, who experienced a close call two years ago, called the Cleveland policeman’s death “disheartening.”
Gary Helmick’s family used their tap water for months before they were told about lead contamination in the village.
Police issued a warrant for the arrest of Amber Finney after they said she was seen on video with the dog.
Police said the victim was hospitalized after he was assaulted by the group.
Investigators said the victims’ injuries and the lack of identifying information will make the process much longer.
Police said the two worked in the Southern Park Mall, and Heydle also admitted to breaking into businesses there.
The driver will be cited for failing to maintain control of the vehicle.
Dyer is accused of driving his car over the hoses while firefighters were trying to put out a fire on Elm Street.
Lisa Mutter, charged with felonious assault in Columbiana County, is now facing the same charge in Hubbard.
The employees said an unknown man approached them from a grassy area between McDonald’s and Mike’s Lounge.
Prosecutors said Michael Paige killed Munir Blake after Blake accused him of stealing electricity from his apartment.
At one point, the teen tried to jump over a counter and began throwing popcorn, employees reported.
There is a specific age when women should start getting screened, but most are 10 years too late.
President Donald Trump is meeting with the big three U.S. automakers Tuesday.
The truck was hauling powdered limestone.
On both occasions, officers found drugs and money on the woman.
The petition had very little effect on the city’s decision to annex 440 acres from Braceville and Newton townships.
Police said the 23-year-old from Edinburg was in the resident’s apartment when the money went missing.
Police said the person stole $180 in cigarettes but didn’t take any money from Pit Stop Food Mart on Elm Road.
Council approved a new law creating for anyone that retires and is then rehired.
UAW 1112 and 1714 are holding informational meetings to help these workers with the next step in their lives.