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Well before the precipitation started Tuesday afternoon, ODOT road crews were filling their trucks.
A Michigan man who’s been fighting extradition for nearly two months appeared in a Trumbull County Courtroom Tuesday.
Last month, an audit recommended closing the two elementary schools and making the middle school K through 8 to save money.
A Johnston man accused of sexually assaulting a teenage boy in Cortland pleaded Tuesday to a lesser charge.
Dr. Jeet Mehta said many people wait until it’s too late to get checked for colon cancer.
The Lawrence County Association For Responsible Care is looking for direct care workers and community aides.
Portman’s Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act goes to a final vote in the Senate on Wednesday.
The district asked the Warren Police Department to investigate the allegations against the staff member.
The ban starts at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
The Lawrence County Humane Society announced that New Castle Police Officer Mark Lewis adopted Miranda.
Mark Winlock, 18, was recently indicted in the shooting death of 18-year-old Brandon Wareham.
Police said inside of the purse were licenses, social security cards and an Ohio Direction Card belonging to 7 people.
Preparing for this latest winter storm is tricky when it comes to planning for snow removal.
A man was shot in the stomach early Tuesday morning in downtown Youngstown.
A man from New Castle is dead after a two-car crash Monday in North Beaver Township.
There were a record 40 overdose deaths in Columbiana County in 2017.
Monday morning, city officials took a tour of the neighborhoods near the plant with developer Mitchell Joseph.
The distribution center would provide about 1,000 jobs to the area.
An off-duty Youngstown police officer was among those charged with drinking and driving on St. Patrick’s Day.
Youngstown Schools CEO has been interviewing for jobs while three Academic Distress Commission members have resigned.
The boil advisory will be lifted after tests confirm that the water is safe to drink.
In Mahoning County, where there were a checkpoint and saturation patrols, more than a dozen people were arrested.
Tyronn Lue said he wants to focus on his health after experiencing chest pains and other issues.
Four people from the Mahoning Valley have been indicted in federal court on firearms or drug trafficking charges.
There may be snow in the forecast this week, but it’s actually severe weather awareness week in Ohio.
According to an indictment, Olivarez didn’t tell a sex partner that he was diagnosed with HIV.
The lawsuit claimed that Youngstown illegally used $4 million in surplus water funds for economic development.
Prosecutors say she misused more than $50,000 of her client’s money.
Students are told to talk to a trusted adult – that could be you.