Adkins was arrested Monday after police found her 4-year-old daughter wandering down the street from the home.
That, and other crimes reported in Youngstown this week.
A man told police he was taking metal out of a vacant ITAM building because he needed extra cash.
Those who attended the Mahoning County Young Democrats’ Future Forum wanted to talk about violence, social issues, and community engagement.
One of the attackers took out a gun, later identified as a BB gun, put it to a woman’s head and said, “Give me all you got.”
Claudia Hoerig is accused of killing her husband, Karl Hoerig, ten years ago and then fleeing to her native Brazil.
The icon discussed the sex industry, politics, culture, and the modern women’s movement.
About a week ago, the officers put a call out to six different ambulance companies, but none were available.
The school is running out of space but Valley Christian’s president said the old South High School building is beyond their needs.
Captain Ken Criswell said he’ll miss seeing everyone every day but plans on sticking around town.
David Denovchek is hoping the community can come together once again to help this family keep Jamie and her three siblings together.
Teachers at the high school in Trumbull County are having open conversations with their students about the dangers of drugs.
Investigators found one of The Bowery’s employees with cocaine and Suboxone.
A local woman received something of a surprise over the weekend, an invitation to the White House.
WKBN takes a look at what goes into training a dog to have the ability to track drugs, suspects or missing children.
The woman who found the young girl told police she was barefoot and running by the street.
Cosmetologists can make you look better, which makes you feel better about yourself.
That, and other crimes reported in Austintown over the past week.
Police released surveillance video showing a person moving furniture and then pouring lighter fluid on the porch.
The 1-year-old was found unresponsive at his father’s apartment on Monday.
Last school year, the school district had more than 2,600 out-of-school suspensions.
Wilmington School Board Secretary Debbie Crum said the school will officially close on June 30.