A man currently facing the death penalty for a home-invasion murder in Warren was found guilty Wednesday during a federal trial in Akron in an unrelated case for selling an assault rifle to an undercover federal agent who set up a fake storefront in Warren.
UPDATE // A Struthers man pleaded guilty Wednesday to severely abusing his girlfriend’s 14-year-old son to death.
A Liberty man pleaded guilty Wednesday to federal drug dealing charges after Boardman police and federal agents found him twice in a two-week span with hundreds of thousands of dollars and drugs in his car and a rented motel room.
Three New Castle men have pleaded guilty for their roles in a prescription drug dealing ring that transported painkillers from Florida to sell in western Pennslyvania, including the ring’s leader.
State Rep. Bob Hagan has introduced a bill that would add a severance tax on oil, natural gas and condensate extracted from horizontal drilling.
NASA has eight new astronauts – including a former New Castle man.
Mobile CPR Tour offering free classes.
A new executive director has been named to Beatitude House.
A bear, a beehive and an owl can all be seen in one Boardman front yard.
Drivers on the Ohio Turnpike may soon have to dig a little deeper into their pockets.
Fairs and festivals are part of summer fun but could be the breeding ground for illnesses and viruses.
Youngstown firefighters were busy Wednesday battling the latest in a string of vacant house fires in the city.
A passerby alerted a Youngstown resident that his home was on fire on Wednesday, helping the man escape safely.
A new Ohio Historical Marker was unveiled outside the Tyler Mahoning Valley History Center on West Federal Street. It recognizes the owners and businesses who previously occupied the landmark building.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was in Alliance on Tuesday and he sat down for a one-on-one interview with Gerry Ricciutti. Click here to watch the entire interview.
The Buckeye Girls State program, and its counterpart for high school boys, date back to the mid-1940s. The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary sponsor the events.
Tary L. Gilbert, of Indian Run Drive, pleaded to robbing the Home Savings and Loan in the Glenmoor area Feb. 19.
A Bazetta man is facing murder charges for fatally punching his live-in girlfriend’s 4-year-old son.
A Beaver Township mother turned herself in Tuesday on felony warrants for leaving her 9-month-old and 3-year-old children alone inside their home strapped to their car seats.
A new police chief is at the helm of the Warren Police Department. Chief Eric Merkel was sworn in Tuesday.