CCA directors said Mason had the fentanyl in a “body cavity.” Another resident overdosed on the drug, they said.
Saturation patrols will also be conducted in support of the checkpoint.
The department received a report that someone on the app solicited a child for nude photographs.
The city’s Parks and Recreation Department cut the 40-foot Blue Spruce tree down and moved it to Center Square.
“For sale” signs went back up at a spot in the township where a new grocery store was supposed to be built.
The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center is teaching students how to use this life-saving equipment.
Doctors say the moment a person stops smoking, the potential for a better outcome goes up.
A man in Struthers is facing felonious assault charges after police say he fired shots at a man trying to repossess his vehicle.
A family in Hubbard made it out of their burning house early Thursday but are mourning the loss of several pets.
Len Rome hit the streets to find out which method is preferred.
Machine manufacturers claimed retooling machines would be too costly.
Not every instance of “inappropriate behavior” is getting the same amount of transparency at the Ohio Statehouse.
Customers say they’re unable to make or receive calls and are immediately disconnected when trying to make a call.
Every weeknight for the past few months, you can hear Taps being played at sunset. But where is it coming from and why?
Wednesday evening, witnesses said they heard seven to eight shots.
The Unity Township crash in May of 2016 killed 18-year-old Crestview High School student Timothy Walton.
Organizers expect the event next June to be the largest ever in Columbiana County.
Hundreds of people gathered in Youngstown to learn more about the Valley’s growth in the field of additive manufacturing.
Police are warning residents to watch their neighborhoods and call them if they see something unusual.
Many are speculating that Cordray’s resignation from a D.C. watchdog group is because he wants to run for Ohio governor.
The secretary of state has issued a reprimand and ordered an internal review.
Sometimes callers provide badge numbers, names of actual law enforcement officials and judges, and courthouse addresses to sound credible.
A list of holiday events from around the Valley.
Chief Robin Lees said finding, recruiting, and ultimately hiring minority officers isn’t easy but the department’s effort has paid off.
Cards Against Humanity has a history of performing strange holiday and Black Friday stunts.
Ohio State Representative Wes Goodman (R-Cardington) has resigned after reported inappropriate behavior.
The children’s father said he went to the woman’s house to check on his kids, and he found them home alone.
Enlow was sentenced Wednesday for the shooting his then-girlfriend at their Niles home in August 2016.
It wasn’t the first time that police were called to the house. In April, the children’s mother was also arrested.
You might be surprised to know what your chances are of getting emergency care if you need it right now.