A Bazetta man is facing murder charges for fatally punching his live-in girlfriend’s 4-year-old son.
UPDATE // 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.
A car fire has slowed traffic on Interstate 76 westbound between the New Castle exit and the Ohio Gateway.
The Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium has released its Fair Housing Report.
Update // Police said surveillance video shows a man using a shotgun loaded with deer slugs to shoot up an ATM machine in Niles.
A fire filled the press room at the Youngstown Vindicator with smoke Tuesday afternoon.
A multimillion dollar expansion project is set to begin next month at North Side Medical Center in Youngstown.
The Warren Redevelopment and Planning Corporation voted to streamline its board during a meeting Tuesday morning.
Verizon Wireless is closing its call center and retail outlet in Boardman, which will affect 380 employees at the two locations.
Authorities said on Tuesday they confirmed the identity of a missing boater they believe drowned on Saturday.
State Sen. Joe Schiavoni is expected to testify Wednesday in front a senate committee about his bill that would increase penalties for anyone caught illegally dumping oilfield waste.
An East Liverpool man is facing charges that he tried to hire a hit man to kill someone.
Military veterans eligible to claim Ohio bonuses of up to $1,500 are running out of time. And veterans officials are worried thousands of veterans may miss out.
Youngstown firefighters worked to control a house fire early Tuesday morning on the city’s South Side.
A Salem man convicted of raping a 15-year-old babysitter was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison.
The Youngstown police officer accused of soliciting sex from a 14-year-old girl has been fired.
A Youngstown man who has been out of work and couldn’t find a job has created his own small business that is also helping clean up the community.
The State of Ohio is offering a reinstatement fee program for motorists wanting to re-establish driving privileges.
There is a note on the door telling customers that the business is under new management and there are no plans to reopen.