Some of Bresha’s family say she killed her dad to protect her mother from abuse. Others say the teen was acting out.
Campbell’s senior residents, or those that are handicapped, can now request visits from police officers.
Police said nothing else, other than the cigarette, was taken.
YSU anticipates, after Saturday’s Spring Commencement, 2,387 students will graduate during the 2016-17 academic year.
Six men are facing charges as a result of three raids on Youngstown’s east side on Tuesday.
The accident happened on State Route 164, south of Garfield Road.
Youngstown police were called after they say a man tossed a pop can, half full of soda, at the driver of a car who tossed it out.
As people become more interested in knowing where their food comes from, the trend of raising backyard chickens is growing.
Patton led Campbell to the football State Final in 1989 and YSU to the national championship in 1994.
Former Council President Chuck Sammarone decided in January not to seek another term after serving the city for 34 years.
Gil Blair, John Gargano, and Terry Swauger challenged Chris Shaker on Tuesday’s primary ballot.
Despite strong Cruze sales, the GM Lordstown plant is being shut down for a month this summer.
The judgeship covers Struthers, Springfield, New Middletown, Poland, and Lowellville.
If elected in November, Carla Baldwin would be the first African American female judge in the Youngstown Municipal Court.
He said trust needs to be restored at City Hall.
Lisbon’s levy also failed, but Hubbard Schools will be seeing new money.
There’s a chance they might not be able to go back.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown over the past week.
A coroner says a 1-year-old boy found dead in a small pond in his western Pennsylvania yard accidentally drowned.
Wardens will be scouting the county in May and June to check for dogs licenses; Owners will get cited up to $300 if they don’t have them.
Police are still looking for a third person they believe to be involved, who they said is from Mexico and has claimed Refugee Status.
Students and teachers are looking forward to new, expanded programs.