One vehicle was driving on State Route 534 while the other was pulling out from East River Road.
Youngstown Police Detective Sgt. Pat Kelly said prostitution problems were beginning to escalate.
A university spokesman confirmed that the person died outside of Stambaugh Stadium.
Now freshmen at YSU, the Stoy brothers watched their father run a business. Now, they’re following in his footsteps.
Organizers say fun events like this help bring attention to a problem that, for many, hits close to home.
The three were arrested during a traffic stop on Thursday afternoon.
The dead fish were first noticed on the beach on August 29.
Saturation patrols will be conducted throughout the weekend in support of the checkpoint.
Len Rome went out to find the answer to that question on Thursday.
A police report said the man crashed into the building in what appeared to be a suicide attempt.
The second annual Warren Homecoming kicks off Friday, with events like “Taste of Warren” and live music in Courthouse Square.
City officials say the old building is not only unsafe, it attracts unruly teenagers and drug addicts and has become a nuisance property.
The Center for Disease Control estimates that in 2016, flu shots prevented 5.1 million influenza illnesses.
Rep. Theresa Gavarone wants constituents to have the final say in what the Ohio Department of Education comes up with for academic standards…
The popular History Channel show visited on Thursday to see what they could buy.
The group held a prayerful protest to the Gassidy-Graham bill on healthcare.
One field, in particular, is drawing more students than ever before.
Dispensaries in the state will be broken up into districts
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted Arturo Novoa and Katrina Layton on the charges on Thursday.
The county has 20 miles of road under construction this year.
An Ohio health department is providing a way for people without insurance to go to detox centers.
A boil alert has been lifted for the Jackson-Milton water service area following a waterline break Tuesday.
Ellen Zban was shot once in the face and twice in the arm in February.
They say George Krinos has continued to sell phony securities to unsuspecting clients while free on bond — even changing his name on docume…
Special shows are scheduled to show off the new projector and other improvements.
The driver hit the cement wall leading to a toll booth on Interstate 376.
Scott Caraboolad goes to places like prisons and schools trying to inspire people with his story.
In some cases, the research showed manganese levels were twice as high in East Liverpool students than other students.
Poland’s famous dancer, June Baker, stopped by WYTV Daybreak on Thursday morning to show off her moves.
As junior and senior students begin their fall semester, Many of them are planning ahead, looking for internships and job opportunities.