Dog sledding, carriage rides and a chili cook-off completed the event’s entertainment at Buhl Park.
Upside down crosses and the word “Satan” were painted on signs, doors and sacred statues.
One of the suspects was charged with shooting and paralyzing a man in Youngstown last August.
Referred to as a Love Letter to the City of Youngstown, the night of concerts included music from Youngstown natives.
The Rescue Mission and Warren Family Mission are setting up extra beds as temperatures plummet.
The policy would ban drones from athletic events on school premises, unless the owner receives permission beforehand.
The Team Bundy Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy offered classes such as Bully-Proof for Kids, Combatives for Adults and Self-defense for Women.
Even though many are shopping on Saturday, some still aren’t sure that they’ll venture out for dates on Sunday.
Four cases of the Zika virus have been reported in Ohio.
A backhoe was the only thing saved out of all the dump trucks, snow plows, lawn mowers and an oil truck.
Men, women and youth are judged on strength, athletics and mental durability.
Three semi trucks collided Saturday morning, causing traffic to back up and at least another five cars to crash.
Both Animal Charity and the Dog Warden said they have been out all day on complaints for dogs being left out in the cold.
Someplace Safe provides emergency temporary shelter for women and children who require safe refuge from family violence.
Pennsylvania State Police said while there were injuries, none appeared to be serious.
882 samples have been tested so far.
Police are looking for the driver, who left the scene after hitting the sign at 1:37 a.m. Friday.
The Institute of Medicine says the survival rate outside of a hospital for Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is just 6 percent.
The YSU Bridges Out of Poverty Student Union presented a Poverty Simulation on Friday.
Experts are cautioning people to cover all exposed skin before braving the elements.
There could be sufficient demand for the apps, and they might help prevent drunk driving.
As the heroin epidemic continues to claim lives, police say the key to ending the problem is addressing users before they start.