A Youngstown man on probation and registered as a sex offender was arrested after driving a vehicle in the Struthers Fourth of July Parade.
A man told police he was robbed at gunpoint while visiting friends at a house in Sharon.
A water line broke in Youngstown flooding the street and buckling the asphalt.
Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics (PIA) will break ground on a $1.54 million expansion at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
The man was shot twice in the chest along Rush Boulevard.
Residents say they love the idea of more green spaces, and that the parks make the area a better place to live and attract more people.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol released statistics about crashes over the Fourth of July weekend.
A plan on how to improve the failing school district has to be created in 90 days.
The advisory, which was announced Tuesday evening, will be in effect until further notice.
Police say Jessica Crowder was shot during an argument with her boyfriend, Roleigh Culver, who eventually turned the gun on himself.
The Liberty Township police chief says the cameras slow down drivers while generating revenue for the department.
Ricky Gonzalez and Michael Zarlingo were charged in connection to the armed robbery of PNC Bank on Meridian Road.
The wife of a man accused of being a local drug dealer is free on bond after her court appearance Tuesday.
Kyheem Underwood, of Campbell, is accused of stealing and cashing a number of property tax checks while working as part-time help.
A 90-year-old man was struck by an SUV while crossing the road on a mobility scooter.
According to a police report, the boyfriend pulled out a handgun and shot at the pickup truck about five times on E. Market Street.
Highway Patrol said a police chase that originated in Steubenville passed through SR 11 in Calcutta, and ended in a standoff with police.
The Ohio Department of Transportation notified businesses in Austintown and Girard of the closures.
Police said the fight was captured on video, which showed Cinque striking the man and Snyder joining in on the fight.
Youngstown’s fire chief said in most cases, the department’s ladders don’t reach high enough for some taller buildings.