A family was living in the home but wasn’t there at the time that the fire started.
Some local veterans say they’re troubled by the images seen on TV this week of protests over Donald Trump’s election.
Investigators say the apartment was the site of an overdose call in September, and several drug buys were made there.
Police said a search of their car found numerous fraudulent state IDs, passports, credit cards, and Apple iPhones.
Michael Cornwell is charged with burglary, breaking and entering and receiving stolen property charges.
An accident slowed traffic early Friday morning after a vehicle rolled over onto its roof.
The website is a one-stop clearing house for state, federal and local social services.
Laid-off workers at plants in Lordstown and Michigan could be placed at other facilities, according to the UAW.
Police said the man stabbed her in the stomach after smacking a phone out of her hand while she was playing the game.
It did not specify when the layoffs will happen, how many workers will be affected or what positions will be cut.
The sixth through twelfth graders will perform “New York, New York” with season six winner Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.
The campaign kicked off Wednesday during a special town hall discussion, “27 Investigates: Heroin Crisis – National Problem, Local Solutions…
More than half the time, white victims of crime are paid their claims but only 28 percent of claims are approved for black victims.
According to First Energy, around 2,200 people were without power when the accident happened.
A YSU professor said Trump’s energy plan could be disastrous, while a local congressman said it will create jobs.
The fire started after a boat that a man was working on exploded and quickly spread through the neighboring homes.
Police said the victim was stabbed more than 30 times.
Cutting the third shift will result in over 1,200 employees being laid off in late January.
Youngstown is forgiving outstanding bills on properties owned by a man who is fixing them up to move in family from New York.
The foster girl saved by a liver donation from a stranger has a new family, but their home doesn’t meet state requirements.