The accident was between Kirk Road and U.S. 62, just south of Rulli Brothers.
Investigators say Blair can be seen on the video coming into the girl’s room and adjusting the camera.
Two suspects are facing charges after what a police report describes as a robbery disguised as a sexual encounter.
The Falcons even their record at 5-5 with the win.
With temperatures dropping back below freezing Monday night, all of that slush will become thick ice.
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A woman was arrested in Columbus in connection to a “brothel” investigation in Austintown.
Police received complaints about a dog that had been left outside in the 6-degree weather.
Police said Mughal responded to an ad that police listed on the “Women Seeking Men” dating section of a website.
Police say the man brought Pepsi, condoms and body lotion for the “encounter.”
Dylan Beany led Fitch with 9 of his 14 points came in the 4th quarter.
According to the district, the student posted a fabricated news story on social media about a staff member.
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Police said the Orwell man believed that he was meeting a 15-year-old boy for sex.
It’s part of Home Instead Senior Care in Austintown’s “Be a Santa to a Senior” program.
The robbery happened around 5:30 p.m. Thursday near the store on Mahoning Avenue.
The guidelines for school meals were changed under the Trump administration.
Police said the Lake Milton man was also found with marijuana and methamphetamine.
Undercover officers said the Pennsylvania man was interested in fetishes and engaged in explicit conversations.
Sabria Hunter led the Falcons with a game-high 24 points.
Employees told police that the armed robber demanded cash and then told them to go into a back room.
The charges were leveled against Blair after police say he was caught taping a girl who was living in his Austintown home.
Police noticed all of the house’s windows were covered with blinds or curtains and the basement windows were blacked out with paint.
Some years, the flu virus is more active than others.
Two vehicles that were stolen were found abandoned in Youngstown.
As of 12:30 p.m., a little more than 200 customers were still affected.
Although it might seem harmless, there can be some dangers in giving your furry friend a taste of your meal.
John Hartman is charged with child endangering, while Deanne Hartman faces a probation violation.
A woman drove her car into a pillar near Dollar General Thursday evening.
Last weekend, an Austintown church’s protocols were put to the test.