While conducting inspections, OSP saw the Southern Local bus had several defects and “pulled the tags” from the bus as a result.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The crash occurred on State Route 14, about three miles east of State Route 7.
Two years ago this month, Nicole’s sister, Ronnette, died — just seven months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Howland Police say Greg Dean is tied to at least five burglaries and thefts at the Shepherd of the Valley retirement community.
Ruby Queen, a 99-to-1 long shot, was supposed to run in the race. But did she?
The NAACP requested a meeting with Youngstown Education Association to discuss the future of education at the school district.
Rex Bosley faces 10 counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor and 40 counts of pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor.
Police in East Liverpool are looking for two suspects who they say passed counterfeit bills at a local Dollar General store.
Eight employees from Youngstown facility will be laid off in January, including four factory employees and four office workers.
A news release did not announce the specific locations of the checkpoints.
Trumbull County has the most attorneys who were suspended Wednesday by the Ohio Supreme Court for not registering with the state.
Empty the Shelters Day is this Saturday and humane agents and volunteers are hoping to match good homes for shelter pets.
Voters in Struthers will have to wait until November 14 to see if the outcome of the mayoral race there is valid.
The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign kicked off Thursday in Youngstown.
The New Castle School of Trades wants the public to check out their facilities and how they work to place students in careers.
Police say a child who was 5-years-old when he disappeared 13 years ago in Birmingham, Alabama, has been found in Cleveland.
Jennifer Baun will be honored for her service to our country and towards other veterans.
Workers at the General Motors plant in Lordstown and across the U.S. are voting on a new labor contract Thursday.
The woman faces felonious assault and criminal trespassing charges.