Youngstown State University President Jim Tressel has a new member of his staff.
Police said Travis Dick pressured a teen girl to send photos of her breasts to another man.
Youngstown State Student Government asked for it, and the Board of Trustees listened.
The acquisition will offer patients additional options for their primary care.
Thursday afternoon, a 73-year-old man was driving an SUV on I-680 when his car veered into a work zone.
Police said the suspect had an advertisement online reading, “The Candy Store is Open” along with references to sex.
The defense asked for the trial date to be moved in order to have time to respond to the prosecution’s lengthy motion.
Road work will begin Friday, March 16, on Interstate 376 in Findlay and Moon townships.
The Campbell school district recently purchased a virtual driving simulator to stress the importance of safe driving to students.
Youngstown police are investigating a bank robbery that happened Wednesday on McCartney Road.
iHeart Radio has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Police Chief Robin Lees said staffing the extra patrols the grant requires could be difficult.
A train operator passing by the crash site said it looked like the ATV driver lost control and landed in a swamp area.
The plan is to tear them down and expand the Chill-Can operation, which will eventually have nine buildings.
When he was told he was under arrest, deputies said he began to fight with them so they forced him to the ground.
Darlene Miller and her neighbors drive past a heaping mound of trash every day.
According to the transcripts, Claudia Hoerig said, “A wife does not kill her husband without a good reason.”
Trips begin Memorial Day weekend and will run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
That, and other crime reported in Boardman.
Two people, a woman and 7-year-old child, both from Florida, remain in the hospital
The superintendent said the district is not looking into arming teachers, but they do want to increase security in their buildings.
Niles Service Director Edward Stredney said he is sick of waiting until sinkholes open up to show where problems are.