Court records show that Payne agreed to plead guilty in New Orleans last July.
The tests showed that 13 homes have readings above the federal allowable limit for lead.
P.G. Sittenfeld wants to improve the background check system so that it closes internet and gun show loopholes.
There was a distracted driving simulator set up at Best Buy on Friday as part of the “It Can Wait” campaign.
State representatives are hesitant to use taxpayer dollars to build a training facility in Columbus for the Cleveland Browns.
Veterans who participate in the program are given an assessment to see if they need housing, child care or health assistance.
Downtown Youngstown usually does not see much of an uptick in traffic for Super Bowl weekend.
Trumbull County saw 81 overdoses in 2015, an increase from the 53 in 2014.
The Super Bowl halftime show has grown into a spectacular event.
A California man was arrested in the raid.
New Beginnings also owns Campus Health Care in Liberty, which closed earlier this week.
Farrell’s new police chief has some plans for the city. The first is to change the police department’s image.
The commissioners wanted to hear directly from their constituents and encouraged an exchange of ideas during a meeting Friday.
Several agencies are working on the case.
Cardiovascular diseases cause one in three women’s deaths each year, killing about one woman every minute.
Workers at the Sebring water treatment facility are continuing to adjust the PH balance of the water to make sure it is not corrosive.
The last-minute objection by Executive Express Aviation came just four days after the DOT gave approval to ADI to operate the flights.
UAW Local 1714 covers about 1,300 people.
For the past five years, they have let many animals pick the winner of the Super Bowl in fun videos.
The neighbor said that the crash also took out a stop sign and a fire hydrant.
The Youngstown Police Department is experiencing problems with one of its phone lines.
Friday, February 5, is National Wear Red Day to help raise awareness of women and heart disease.