A 45-year-old Youngstown man was indicted on Thursday on rape, sexual imposition and voyeurism charges.
The court document includes testimony to a Nevada state judge from Michael Eisenloffel, a Nye County sheriff’s detective.
The apparent road-rage slaying began with one vehicle cutting off another.
Christie said in a letter to Degnan that flight service to Cuba is “unacceptable” until fugitive Joanne Chesimard is extradited.
The hearing, which began at 10 a.m., continued deep into the evening.
The downtown streets of Fillmore, California, were blocked off from traffic as fans dressed as characters from the beloved sci-fi film serie…
A federal criminal complaint against suspect Davon Lymon says the officer’s wounds include one to his face.
The situation ended peacefully about two hours later.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
UAW members at Fiat Chrysler’s U.S. factories voted 77 percent in favor of the agreement.
The accident involved a pick-up truck and Chevy Cruze and happened in front of Jones Dance Academy.
The 56-page severance tax report released Thursday did not dispute Kasich’s assessment, though it did not call for a specific increase.
Six Pennsylvania tracks offer thoroughbred or harness racing.
Officials held a fake aircraft disaster exercise at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station.
Thursday afternoon, officials held a fake aircraft disaster exercise at the Youngstown Air Reserve Station.
The Youngstown Air Reserve Station will lose out on $9.4 million in funding with President Obama’s veto of a defense policy bill.
Warren Police Officer Ben Harrell stated that the checkpoint would take place after 6 p.m. Thursday but did not give a more specific locatio…
The event was for all walks of life, but focused on helping the homeless, under-employed and poverty-stricken.
Warren City 5th Ward Councilman Vince Flask applauded the work of investigators in making the arrests.
Fighting cancer for a Boardman family has cost them nearly half a million dollars in prescription drug expenses.
The five-foot long, 3,500-pound piece of iron will end up in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The students were tasked with designing holes to meet certain requirements, such as including a bump or a bend.