A prisoner accused of holding a nurse at needle-point was arraigned in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Friday morning.
A Niles man accused of having an active meth lab inside a large canvas bag in his dining room was arraigned in common pleas court.
A crash in downtown Youngstown Friday afternoon caused some commotion at the nearby Mahoning County Courthouse.
Defense lawyers said that the men had no criminal intent in the case.
The investigation into the crash is ongoing.
Clinton’s appearance in Columbus attracted several small groups of protesters.
The New England Patriots kicked off the 2015 season at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The fire destroyed a house in Pulaski Township Friday morning.
The Trumbull Ashtabula Group Law Enforcement Task Force arrested both men Thursday.
Parents expressed concern about an Atlanta man’s racist YouTube video.
Paramedics took the man who was hit by the car to St. Elizabeth Hospital for possible broken bones.
Several fire departments are battling the blaze Friday morning.
Police say the agents exchanged gunfire with someone inside the home in Chester around 6 a.m. Friday.
Two people were seriously hurt in an ATV accident in Champion Thursday night.
Andy Parker participated in the #WhateverItTakes “Day of Action” at the nation’s Capitol on Thursday
The ceremony remembered those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks and honored the heroes of that day.
The center opened to the public on Thursday. It’s expected to draw large crowds for Friday’s anniversary.
He says helping people in the community is “something officers do.”
The golfer’s ball went into the woods at a northern Michigan golf course.
Observances are planned around the country, including at the Pentagon and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
The proposed agreement guarantees Iran cannot get a nuclear weapon for the next ten years.
Police confirmed one of these reports, raising to 11 the number of vehicles struck on Phoenix-area freeways since Aug. 29.