Ronald Magby is accused of trying to kill his girlfriend by attempting to set their north side home on fire.
The home could fall at any moment, based on the amount of damage done to it.
Within two years, the Mahoning County 911 center will close and dispatchers will move to Austintown and Boardman.
The prosecution is asking for 36.5 years to life in prison when Jonathan Emerine is sentenced April 28.
The man’s neighbors told WKBN that they didn’t know Ramos well and that he didn’t talk much.
A witness said that shots sent people in the church’s pews ducking for cover.
Luis Cruz Ramos was captured on Youngstown’s south side Friday following an extensive manhunt.
Multiple police agencies were involved in a chase overnight and a manhunt is now underway for the suspect.
Crews were clearing the scene of an accident at Market Street and U.S. 224 in Boardman around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Robert Pace, hired by the City of Struthers as a consultant, said the city jail is outdated improvements to technology are necessary.
One year after a tragic fire at a Powers Way home, the community gathered again at the site of the fire for a candlelit vigil.
The alleged victims told police that three men stole their shoes, cell phone and money after offering to buy a pair of Jordan-brand shoes fr…
A proposal to construct a landfill on Mount Everett Road is under consideration once again, after issues with the original application were …
The townships recognize the need for a joint system for residents’ health, safety and welfare.
Angels for Animals shelter said it sees an increased number of cat drop-offs in the spring season, when many adult cats have their litters.
A wrestling coach with a Mercer County school was charged after an altercation with a student last month.
Julius Williams is accused of beating an elderly Youngstown man with a hammer.
Service-Safety Director Brian Allen said a home on Lisbon St. has slipped off its foundation a few more inches after widening cracks on the …
The community college is looking to add men’s and women’s basketball, men’s baseball and women’s softball programs.
Educators, parents and the community of Youngstown are learning more about future plans for the Youngstown School District.