Ohio’s Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a Youngstown man for a rape and homicide that happened more than 30 years ago.
The state will invest more than $2 million in dam repairs at three state parks, including at Lake Milton State Park.
Bernard Weathersbee pleaded not guilty to 17 counts of rape, among other charges, in court Thursday.
Police found the man hiding in the woods.
Men and children are most likely to be bitten.
A landlord who confronted a man about putting up a fence was hit with an ax.
The Youngstown Academic Distress Commission narrowed down 30 school CEO applicants to just six.
Employees called the nine-year stalemate over contract negotiations a “war.”
Investigators say Harvey robbed an 85-year-old Boardman man, holding him against his will in his home.
Vernon Johnson is wanted for questioning about the shooting that interrupted Marquise Shelton’s funeral in March.
At one point, the service director and a Niles citizen engaged in a heated exchange.
Policy Matters Ohio says Ohioans passing the GED is down 85 percent, but costs have tripled.
Trumbull County Commissioners said improvements are being made at the pound, including new custom built cages.
Five firefighters were injured battling the fire on Bryson Street that killed a mother and her two children.
Trumbull County Commissioners awarded the Mikeyfied Fund $600 for autism respite care.
Newton Falls Fire Chief Richard Bauman is retiring.
The child wandered from his home on Ayers Street just after noon on Wednesday.
The suspect was caught filming girls and women in the shower. He was on probation for raping a 12-year-old girl.
Witnesses told police they heard arguing and a gunshot on Haymaker Avenue.
Police blocked off McClelland Avenue and evacuated neighboring homes.