Police said the driver was found with a hypodermic syringe and drugs in his vehicle.
Officers were called to Citizen’s Bank on E. State Street Tuesday afternoon.
The victim told police that he believed the shooter was someone he had argued with over a girl.
Tickets for the general public go on sale September 16.
Investigators said the woman admitted to having unprotected sex with multiple men she met on dating websites.
Prosecutors say Miller raped two people and that the assaults were ongoing over a period of time.
Two people told police that they found rat poison coated with peanut butter in their backyard.
The issue stemmed from a heating and air conditioning unit on the roof.
Equipment failure is being blamed for the outage.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Pittsburgh office is holding an interagency meeting Tuesday to discuss flood risk management.
Law enforcement and bus drivers are learning better ways to keep students safe.
Youngstown fire crews had a difficult time locating a vacant house that was on fire early Tuesday morning.
A look at some of Trump’s comments and how they adhered to the facts.
Voters in downtown Youngstown say they’re not too familiar with the Libertarian candidate, but are willing to listen.
The board agreed to immediately open applications to its newly-formed committees of community members.
Despite the rain, over 75 people came together with the same message: “Love Trumps Hate.”
Tickets will be available starting Friday at 10 a.m.
James Brooks is facing charges of involuntary manslaughter, kidnapping and human trafficking in Alesha Bell’s death.
The boil alert is in effect for some Girard water customers until further notice.
Although tearing down the “Wick Six” is bittersweet for some, others are excited about Youngstown building a new future.