While investigating a possible burglary of an apartment in New Castle, police say they found a puppy locked inside a bedroom on Friday.
Every classroom, restroom and hallway will be disinfected on Monday.
The house was recently awarded a Best of Ohio Homes award in the Historical Renovation category from the Ohio Home Builders Association.
Two scammers told a Brookfield Township woman they were representatives from her power company so they could get into her house.
ODM said California Palms claimed to be a Medicaid provider when it was not.
After the 30-day warning period, drivers caught on camera going over the speed limit will receive a $100 citation.
The city’s municipal court and health department will be moving into the old post office annex — a project that’s taken almost two years.
In Canfield, the CVS Pharmacy is still concerned about Tamiflu shortages even though it has not run out.
The suspect is also at the center of an investigation into a fatal crash in Canfield Township.
Police raided an apartment on Churchill Road as part of an investigation into drug sales.
That, and other crime reported in Austintown over the past week.
A century ago, tuberculosis was called “the white plague.” It still claims more than a million lives a year around the world.
Police said Gerald Wainwright fired at officers on Youngstown’s south side last weekend.
Two people were arrested and charged after investigators searched the home.
Her salary will be $56,947, according to the city.
They received special training as part of National Wear Red Day, which raises awareness about the top killer of women.
Police said Flowers tried to stab his pregnant daughter but ended up stabbing 27-year-old Christian Lampkin.
Every year for the past 15 years, volunteers have offered free dental care to local kids in need.
Police said the woman was hit in the roadway, and it was snowing heavily at the time of the accident.
The YSU Research Foundation and YBI found the company during their trip to Israel last January.
Those living around the injection well on Parkman Road in Warren Township became alarmed when they smelled gas.
The CBS investigative news program will feature an update on the death of Karl Hoerig and capture of his wife, Claudia.