Local families took part in the Survivors of Suicide Awareness Walk in Warren on Saturday.
Tiffany Lambert, now released from the hospital, said she plans to attend every one of Douglas Day’s court hearings.
When others — like EMTs and counselors — help those struggling with addiction, they can experience a secondary traumatic stress.
A cause of death hasn’t been determined yet.
A mother from Warren was indicted by a Cuyahoga County grand jury on charges that she overdosed her child on insulin medication.
Eastern Gateway officials said they’re focusing on online classes and the Youngstown campus, which will remain open.
Reno’s sister told police that Reno had hit her with the car, pushing her into a garage.
The city established its entertainment district a few years ago but has yet to move forward on open containers.
Shirley Frazier has no intention of slowing down, saying her plans for the next ten years are to “keep goin’.”
The house is just one of several vacant homes that the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership is planning on demolishing.
Sean Clemens is now facing six felony charges, accused of beating and stabbing 84-year-old Jane Larue Brown.
A hearing is taking place to decide if Bresha Meadows will have to stay in custody as her case moves forward to trial.
A caller told police it wasn’t the first time Johnson left the kids, ranging in age from almost 4 months to 10 years old.
In one instance, police said Reighard called 911 because he was not able to find his keys.
Warren native Christopher Alan announced Monday he is going to build his Auto Parkit plant in the old General Electric property.
Police said the mentally disabled man the Warren woman was taking care of stabbed another disabled man on her watch.
The scholarship will be for forensic science majors at Youngstown State University, where Dr. Ohr taught part-time.
The woman, who works at the Warren store, said she tried stopping the man from leaving with a box of household items.
Police said a man was shot at multiple times while he was in the parking lot of the Stonegate Place Apartments.
The Warren Police Department had to make several changes after excessive use of force complaints.
The prosecutor in the case estimated Peach has a potential maximum sentence of 89 years.
The indictments say the men had revolvers and ammunition despite past convictions that made their possession illegal.
Police say a masked man walked in the gas station and took money out of the cash register.
Christopher Alan said the local plant could eventually bring 1,000 new jobs to the area.
Ashtabula County is not happy with the change of command for the Trumbull-Ashtabula Group Law Enforcement Task Force (TAG).
A 12-year-old student at McGuffey School was hospitalized after a fight in the cafeteria on Tuesday morning.
Armed with a shotgun, police say a robber targeted the Family Dollar store on Parkman Road.
Police are investigating the robbery of a McDonald’s restaurant in Warren early Wednesday morning.
A man was shot and killed late Tuesday night near an apartment complex in Warren.
Warren police arrested a man on a warrant for failure to appear in court after a Best Western Park Hotel was robbed Friday.