It looks like someone drove through the grass, leaving a mess of mud behind.
Linda Kovachik faces up to three years behind bars.
Police said the 18-year-old was a passenger in a car that pulled in front of a semi-truck.
As a grieving family in Warren comes to terms with the death of their loved one, police are still searching for answers.
The baby was just three months old.
Temperatures are expected to be in the mid-twenties with the chance for snow Thursday night into Friday.
Coast Guard Lieutenant Katie Schumacher has very little time to plan and said Stephanie Leigh Bridal is helping out “immensely.”
33 News Daybreak Meteorologist Jim Loboy served as emcee for the Red Kettle Drive’s kick-off event.
The Warren-Trumbull County Public Library is warning the community to be on the alert for a telephone scam.
Students at Mercy Health have new tools to help them learn.
The brothers were on their way to school when the crash happened.
Calhoun will be sentenced later this month and faces life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Nasser Hamad maintained that he shot the group in self-defense, fearing for his life, after they showed up at his house to fight him.
Police said the suspect was trying to get away from Walmart.
The sign belonged to Mary Odem, who at the time was running for District Judge.
One pole was rotted out and fell, which pulled down the others.
Police said the man led officers on a car chase, hitting vehicles as he headed into Youngstown.
A man from Youngstown was given a ticket for loaning his car out to a person who previously crashed it twice.
The crash happened about 7:20 a.m. Thursday on Route 62, near Bestwick Rd.
The Raymond John Wean Foundation is now accepting applications. See how to apply.
Later this afternoon, New Castle School of Trades will hold an open house from 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Pliers, glasses and scissors are examples of plurale tantum.
An Ohio state senator believes this has been perpetuated by a male-dominated culture at the Statehouse in Columbus.
The superintendent said Niles will make it through this school year but next year, there’s a $2 million deficit — exactly what the levy wou…
Nearly 4,000 people have signed up to receive medical marijuana in Pennsylvania.
The $2.2 million will go toward re-turfing Falcon Stadium and turfing the baseball field, among other improvements.
Youngstown City Schools teacher Jasbir Bhullar rallied to send donations to Puerto Rico, the place most of her students call home.
A school bus driver called 911 after seeing a man get shot off a motorcycle, according to information from dispatchers.
A day after authorities announced the largest drug case ever in the county, about 40 suspects heard their charges.
Judge-elect Carla Baldwin became the first African-American and woman to take a Youngstown Municipal Court judgeship.