The suspect and the victim were both pregnant at the time of the alleged assault in April.
Warren Seitz is accused of making methamphetamine at a Jackson Township mobile home he shared with his mother.
Detectives said she bought $17,000 of personal items with the organization’s debit card.
A Boardman man was indicted Thursday for a shooting death in Youngstown.
If that happens, the school may have to use less power for up to eight hours.
A U.S. official says the Obama administration is poised to announce it will send about 100 Army special forces members, divided into teams o…
Police arrived at a trailer park in Hubbard Thursday to serve a felony warrant when the male suspect made a run to a nearby forest.
Mill Creek Police claimed that the three tried to rob at least one person in the park.
The driver was unhurt.
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Violence in Iraq is pushing U.S. gasoline prices higher, depriving drivers of the usual price break between Memorial Day and July Fourth.
Aubrey Toney was not eligible to receive the death penalty after a jury found him guilty of murder.
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A number of Ohio residents are without power as well.
The Springfield Township Optimist Club shows that patriotism is contagious.
In 2009, the company installed water meters inside homes in Champion, Bazetta and Mosquito Creek Water Districts.
The charge stems from a December arrest on the Ohio Turnpike.
Strong to severe storms pushing toward the area tonight.
Prosecutors said the man who was shot to death in Warren on Tuesday evening was a gang member and was awaiting sentencing on weapons charges…
A car that was stolen on Fifth Avenue was driven through a gate, set on fire and left to burn.
The cause of a plaza fire in Boardman is not considered suspicious, but it was costly.
Declining enrollment is being blamed for the closure of one of the Columbiana County Board of Developmental Disabilities facilities.