The accident happened around 8 p.m. under the E. Indianola Ave. overpass on Interstate 680.
Christopher Hubbart has been in and out of prison and psychiatric hospitals since he was first convicted of rape in 1972.
The officer used lawful deadly force after he was staggered by a punch to the head and feared for his life.
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Chalice Renee Zeitner, 29, was arrested Friday in Columbia County, Georgia, where she was living under a false name.
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The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
The state says the Army Corps won’t dredge the entire channel unless Ohio covers the cost.
Kitchen faces more than 20 years in prison if convicted, said Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien.
Verizon will pay $90 million, and Sprint will pay $68 million to settle the claims.
Flames were shooting out of the roof when firefighters arrived on the scene on South Turner Road.
WKBN is working to get the results of a BAC test done at the scene of the crash.
Responding to overdose calls is part of the job for first responders–but they say it’s also impacting the services they provide.
With Brett Frantz inking with YSU earlier in the week, here’s a glance around the Horizon League at the recruiting for 2015-16.
That percentage is based on numbers from Medicare.
There are over-the-counter and prescription treatments available.
Cindy Johnson has been teaching for 15 years.
At least 24 oil trains have been involved in major fires or derailments over the past decade in the U.S. and Canada, including a 2013 accide…
Joseph Mascarella faced 15 counts of aggravated robbery with gun specifications and was was found guilty on nine of them.
Members said they are consulting with their attorney to decide how to respond to the university’s decision to implement a rejected contract.
Organizers pledged to meet every two months to discuss issues affecting the community and look for solutions together.