A teen getting ready to turn 18 says her bakery refused to make her the cake she wanted for her birthday party.
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Police have issued an arrest warrant. The suspect has ties to the Austintown and the Youngstown area.
Police say Nicodemo-Coria-Gonzalez may be involved in at least 10 cases of sexual assault against women in Austin, Texas.
Officers followed the vehicle to a house on Hilton Avenue where the driver was arrested.
After a scuffle in the courtroom, the suspect tried to take off.
Tony Watson worked a perfect ninth inning for his 11th save.
The city wants to demolish the east side neighborhood homes, where only nine residents still remain, to bring in businesses.
The right-hander regrouped after the home run, allowing four runs in 7 1/3 innings.
It was the man’s dying wish to give the Warren museum his 1937 V12 Packard Roadster.
Windsor House broke ground Wednesday on a 60,000 square foot facility at the corner of Routes 62 and 446.
Firefighters had to cut holes in the attic to put the flames out.
Resident say they have to wait at the crossing at Lyntz Townline and Salt Springs roads for up to 45 minutes.
Since the city remains in fiscal emergency, council wanted to know what other options there are.
Latronica scored a school-record eight goals in Wednesday night’s 12-1 win over Columbiana.
PennDOT says the contractor faces fines totaling $213,600 a day for each day the bridge remains closed.
The 84-year-old singer and songwriter was not able to perform during a Labor Day weekend show at her home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.
The teen and her mother were trapped and had to be pulled out by firefighters.
Tate said she assisted the family after spotting the “meekly built” Ellis struggling to carry the girl down the mountain.
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As one of the officers began to catch up to White, he pushed the officer away and hit him in the face, according to the police report.
Authorities have said nearly 300 overdoses have been reported in the Cincinnati area since Aug. 19.