Officers said they had to tase the man several times to get him to spit out a baggie of drugs in his mouth.
The man struggled with an officer during a traffic stop and punched him in the face, according to police.
An indictment charges Alisha Bowers with setting fire to an East High Avenue home on April 16.
Investigators say Chauncey Chandler shot 25-year-old Jesse Harden, found lying on a sidewalk with gunshot wounds.
Police said Clark tried choking her boyfriend with a phone charger while he was driving with her child in the back seat.
The driver was heading south in the northbound lanes of the interstate between Meridian Road and Route 711.
The people who come to the Brier Hill Italian Fest say it’s lasted so long because it’s just a big family reunion.
A man told police the suspect, who broke into his car and threatened him with a knife, ran away after he shot at him.
Bubbles has had a rough past, but he seems to be happier than ever.
Mayor John McNally wants to spend $300,000 to tear down the bleachers, and he wants it done as soon as possible.
City Kids Care provides free backpacks and supplies to Youngstown kids, but the outreach doesn’t end there.
Youngstown Fire Department’s upgrade could also help attract and retain businesses in the area.
Organizers say they want to support Youngstown City School students before the start of their school year.
Krish Mohip says getting those families involved ultimately falls back on his shoulders.
Police say Calvin Norris is a suspect in the shooting that killed Percy Godfrey and injured Kimberly Odem on Sunday.
Tickets for the general public go on sale September 16.
Prosecutors say Miller raped two people and that the assaults were ongoing over a period of time.
The outage was caused by an equipment failure, according to a First Energy spokesman.
Youngstown fire crews had a difficult time locating a vacant house that was on fire early Tuesday morning.
Voters in downtown Youngstown say they’re not too familiar with the Libertarian candidate, but are willing to listen.
Despite the rain, over 75 people came together with the same message: “Love Trumps Hate.”
Tickets will be available starting Friday at 10 a.m.
Although tearing down the “Wick Six” is bittersweet for some, others are excited about Youngstown building a new future.
An officer with the Ohio Division of Wildlife was also called out to investigate.
A woman told police she was shot at several times while looking for her child’s father at the apartments.
Police were called to an Erie Street home after a man was stabbed in the arm during a fight.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office said the man was stabbed multiple times.
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information on who may have started the fire.
People in law enforcement, friends of fallen officers and people just supporting the cause rode over 25 miles.
The senior project helped the students get their degrees and helped a dog enjoy her life.