A Trumbull County grand jury indicted the following cases on July 18, 2017.
Police said Marion Edwards left with money after giving a teller a note saying she had a bomb strapped to her.
If the Valley keeps up with this current rain trend, we could have the wettest year on record in Youngstown.
Police said two men passed out at the gas station on Saturday with a 5-year-old boy in their care.
Dr. Joseph Yurich said the crash triggered memories of a rocket attack from years ago when he served as an Army surgeon.
Police said Johnson shot and killed 41-year-old John Kellar and kidnapped two women on December 2.
Two showings will play at the Covelli Centre, one at 1 p.m. and the other at 5 p.m., both on Oct. 29.
The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC is moving its Specialty Care Center in Hermitage in August.
Walker is accused of robbing a man who was walking down Sanderson Avenue on July 7.
Police stressed the importance of calling them about suspicious activity so such arrests can be made.
Results have been released from a sobriety checkpoint and saturation patrol on July 15 in Boardman.
Youngstown City Schools is giving students in danger of not moving on to fourth grade new options to help them succeed.
Pastor Todd Johnson said when things like this happen, it makes him want to reach out to the youth even more.
The money will be used to showcase an art exhibition by a New York artist.
Since May, three major accidents have happened in the same area of the freeway for the same reason.
Mayor Tom Scarnecchia presented the plan, which includes outsourcing the city’s income tax collections and a $10 license plate fee increase,…
Jim Pace operated Pontiac and Saturn dealerships in Niles and Boardman.
That, and other crimes reported in Niles.
A new agreement between YSU and Western Galilee College in Israel should lead to more educational opportunities.
Kevin Cartwright pleaded guilty in December of 2015 to a string of burglaries — one of which victimized someone he knew.
Five people were shot over the weekend in Warren, and shots were fired in other instances.
Lawyers for Dr. Joseph Yurich called a witness to the stand, who said the victims had an obligation to avoid the deadly crash as well.