The 5th Floor restaurant is located inside the Commerce Building in the former Youngstown Club.
Braceville and Warren police are trying to sort out exactly what happened when a car crashed on Route 5 about 8:30 p.m. and gunshots were fi…
WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Chase Bank is closing its main Warren branch at 106 E. Market St. downtown and will consolidate with its branch at 116…
Emergency workers took a 15-year-old suspect to the hospital, saying he was throwing up and appeared drunk.
U.S. Route 422 in Warren will be widened and resurfaced as part of a $3.5 million project by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
A seven-member committee will review the proposals and make recommendations to the city’s Board of Control.
The Ohio Department of Transportation said on Thursday, traffic likely will go down to one lane until the fall.
Lynn Schmidt and her daughter moved in with Schmidt’s parents after the rape allegations surfaced, but police said she later left her young …
Robert Seman Jr.’s trial, set to begin Monday, has taken a turn since the death of Corinne Gump, 10.
Police said they traced Manigault to a house in Youngstown by a call he placed at the bank.
David Jenkins will be tried as an adult.
The jury will visit what authorities have labeled as the crime scene on Tuesday.
The suspect took an undisclosed amount of money and ran from the store, police said.
A total of 323 death sentences have been handed down under the state’s 1981 law.
The prison will remain open with about half the employees it has now.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office won’t rule on a manner of death until the fire investigation is complete.
An application by Endeka has been pending before the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board since May 2013.
Some members of the Youngstown Fire Department experienced their first fatal fire on Monday morning.
The victims were deaf and very involved in volunteer work with the hearing impaired.
The report released by Attorney General Mike DeWine says a total of 323 death sentences have been handed down under the state’s 1981 law.