Their instructor said any department will be “very fortunate” to have these guys come on board.
Kasey Mikes, who is battling an inoperable brain tumor, wanted to meet WKBN’s Paul Wetzl and Rich Morgan.
Jimmy R. Torres is charged with obstructing official business.
A warrant for the arrest of 26-year-old Michael Hopkins was issued in April, but he remains at large.
Some workers at Wheatland Tube say they voted for Trump, but they said promises made during the campaign haven’t been fulfilled.
Police found the stolen car after spotting two boys walking through the field, eating pizza from boxes they were carrying.
That, and other crime reported in Niles.
Police said marijuana, suspected LSD and muscle relaxant pills were found in Clay’s vehicle.
Another Valley nursing home was just added to the list, the Valley Oaks Care Center on Selfridge Street in East Liverpool.
Canfield police and residents both say the app has the potential to be great, but it also comes with some security risks.
The Covelli Centre only has seating for 7,000 people, so a big screen will be outside.
Police said the man had been stabbed in his arm and side, and he was bleeding heavily.
A resident said lately, the crime and trash dumping at the far corner of Pershing Avenue have gotten out of hand.
Crews in Struthers are working to repair two water lines breaks in one neighborhood.
Ohio and Pennsylvania are ranked among the 15 worst states for smog and ragweed.
The man told police he was just friends with the woman and they were not in a relationship.
Members of more than 25 churches came together at the Warren Amphitheater for a night of worship called “We Are One.”
Chad DeBarr’s K9 Unit comes specially equipped with what’s called a “hot and pop system.”
Ahead of Donald Trump’s visit to the Valley on Tuesday, WKBN explored how people feel about the President.
1-year-olds Gia, Gio, Lea, and Leo Beadle were baptized at St. Patrick’s Church Sunday morning.
According to the Braceville Police Department’s Facebook page, all of the thefts were from motor vehicles.
The car show runs from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday at the Canfield Fairgrounds.