The accident happened in front of the courthouse and was said to be very minor.
People along Wendover Circle got a shock early Wednesday morning.
Troopers said she was distracted when she pulled into the path of Youngstown Fire Department Battalion Chief Ron Russo.
Police said during an angry tirade, Kirby told the woman to perform a lewd act on him.
Highway Patrol said the crash caused about 15 gallons of diesel fuel to leak in the area.
Warren Township Police Chief Don Bishop said the young girl had hair missing due to lice.
Omarosa Manigault Newman is a Youngstown native and former contestant on Trump’s reality TV show “The Apprentice.”
The last of the meteor showers for 2017 is just around the corner and it is said to be the best light up yet.
Nurx says its app gives more women access to contraceptives and is convenient, but one local doctor says patients could be missing out.
Chief Andrew Soloman is out on $1,000 bond.
The Youngstown Bomb Squad was called in to safely handle and get rid of it.
Even though the board’s resolution doesn’t mean much, members argued with one another about it for nearly half an hour.
Have you forgotten how to drive in the snow? The Ohio State Highway Patrol says it usually takes a while for people to remember.
Two local schools put their rivalries aside to help out the community.
A man from Cortland is facing several charges after police say he was impersonating an officer.
That, and other crime reported in Youngstown over the past week.
Those who help the homeless and people living poverty say they’re seeing more need than ever before.
The network’s bus stopped at Boardman High School Tuesday morning before rolling off to Poland.
In the ad, Schiavoni says, “Ohio needs a governor who is going to fight for working families.”
Officials at Vallourec say the only plant in the U.S. impacted by the sale is a facility in Houston.
Lewis is charged in connection to the brutal stabbing death of 53-year-old Howard Ramey.
The Cortland Police Department’s Facebook page posted a crime alert warning homeowners to keep an eye on their outdoor decorations.