Police said two cars collided head on.
Recent recalls by Takata have now expanded to include 35 million vehicles.
Police believe 19-year-old Autumn Hines fatally stabbed a man.
Congratulations to the valedictorian of Chaney High School.
The boat was stuck on the median for nearly an hour.
Police said Gabriella was last seen around 1 a.m. Friday.
Youngstown Early College students graduated Sunday and are now ready to further their education.
Hundreds of people marched at Youngstown State University Sunday to help premature babies live healthy lives.
Daniela Viera, 14, is going through chemotherapy for desmoid tumors, which affect the tissues of the body.
The shooting left one victim in critical condition at Saint Elizabeth’s hospital.
Congratulations to the valedictorians of Liberty High School.
The annual event includes free health screenings for cholesterol and blood sugar.
Mayor John McNally proposed the snow shoveling idea in early March.
The RED Day service projects will continue through Thursday, helping out veterans at homes in Youngstown, Girard and Warren.
A sentencing date has not been set.
Three new firefighters will be sworn into the Youngstown Fire Department this morning.
Bullets started flying just after 5 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of Madison Avenue and Elm Street.
A caller said Johnson hit the dog with a glass bowl and a metal pot.
He hopes his company will be the next big performance apparel brand to compete with Nike and Under Armour.
The accident happened around 8 p.m. under the Indianola overpass on Interstate 680.
There were several hundred customers still without power in Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana and Mercer counties as of 3 p.m.
Submitted photos of severe weather that occurred on May 11th.
Video surveillance shows the three juvenile males trying to pry themselves in the back door for about 90 minutes.
The flooding occurred in the 3000 block of Vestal Road.
Submitted photos of severe weather that occurred on May 11.
A rail company employee found the man early Sunday morning.
A jury found Paul Kerr guilty last week.
Local leaders are talking about the potential cuts Monday.
The series will be on display from May 17 to July 12.
Youngstown Police said the employee found the body near the intersection of Waverly Avenue and Imperial Street.