A look at some of Trump’s comments and how they adhered to the facts.
Voters in downtown Youngstown say they’re not too familiar with the Libertarian candidate, but are willing to listen.
The board agreed to immediately open applications to its newly-formed committees of community members.
Despite the rain, over 75 people came together with the same message: “Love Trumps Hate.”
Tickets will be available starting Friday at 10 a.m.
James Brooks is facing charges of involuntary manslaughter, kidnapping and human trafficking in Alesha Bell’s death.
The boil alert is in effect for some Girard water customers until further notice.
Although tearing down the “Wick Six” is bittersweet for some, others are excited about Youngstown building a new future.
Handlers say the animals are trained to alert when they come across remains, even if they are buried.
An officer with the Ohio Division of Wildlife was also called out to investigate.
A woman told police she was shot at several times while looking for her child’s father at the apartments.
The suspect told police the argument started after he went to his neighbors’ house to get a fan they borrowed from him.
Police were called to an Erie Street home after a man was stabbed in the arm during a fight.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office said the man was stabbed multiple times.
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information on who may have started the fire.
Highway Patrol asks those who are drinking to find a designated driver or make other arrangements.
The average price for a gallon of regular gas in Ohio was $2.09 in Monday’s survey from auto club AAA.
Trump expanded on his plan to combat terrorism and other foreign policy issues during the private event.
Police said they found the murder weapon, a gun that had been reported stolen.
A carnival and a chance to pick up free school supplies went on at the Corner House Christian Church in Hubbard Sunday.