Police in Youngstown were able to ping cell phones and communicate with officers in Niagara Falls, New York to find their suspect.
Glenn and Nicole Lambert and Mark Cartwright are accused of making meth while eight kids were in the home.
Police say Nichols exposed himself to an Austintown clerk, but it wouldn’t be his first time doing so.
A jury made its decision after three hours of deliberation.
With nearly 500,000 emergency room visits, staff at the Boardman hospital is now looking to the future.
Police said Angelina Mulholland was found safe after running away from her home on Friday.
Jykeera Jones appeared in Struthers Municipal Court on Friday morning.
The celebration of the return of the East High School Golden Bears continues this week. But it’s not just the players and alumni that are ex…
A neighbor talked to WKBN about what he did when he saw the house on S. Edgehill Avenue filled with smoke.
The Circle Restaurant’s owners said the dining area was heavily damaged by Friday’s fire but that they hope to be back open soon.
Three people were arrested, including two sisters, after police say they came to their brother’s house to beat him up.
Youngstown police are investigating a hit-skip crash that sent a woman into a brick wall on South Avenue.
The Girard Water Department boil alert for 1505 Squaw Creek Dr. to 1562 Squaw Creek Dr. has been lifted.
If you have a piece of art or an idea to promote art education in Youngstown and need funding, the Awesome Foundation wants to hear from you…
It’s been 4 years since an ash cloud rose from the Heritage Thermal Hazardous Waste Incinerator and coated cars and homes.
People were lined up outside the Warren Family Mission Thursday to help their kids get ready to head back to school.
“He said that he loved me and he hung up the phone.”
That, and other crimes reported in Warren this week.
Mission workers say they asked the suspect to leave because he failed a drug test and wasn’t applying for jobs.
The board is in the middle of raising money for a new building, which will be as large as the WATTS fitness center at Youngstown State.
The money looks genuine until you spot the red Chinese writing stamped on the front.
Clean Energy Future is one step closer to being able to build a second energy plant in Lordstown.