The man drove through several yards before crashing into lawn equipment.
It happened around 11:30 a.m. Emergency crews arrived to treat the man.
A panel was held at the The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown for any questions about the faith.
President Trump’s executive order on immigration, which would temporarily suspend immigration for citizens in seven countries, was the rally…
The law protects the LGBTQ community from bullying and discrimination in employment, housing, and lending.
Valley Christian was led by Jamynk Jackson who scored a team-high 12 points.
Investigators used surveillance video to identify the man after windows were shot out at three buildings in downtown Youngstown.
The district has plans to offer an app for parents that will allow them to track the location of their child’s bus.
Two groups gathered Friday complaining about possible relaxed methane standards
The school’s assistant principal said the boy was showing bullets to other kids, and a gun was found in his bag.
The Youngstown-area Jewish Federation issued a statement Friday against President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Counselor assistants are now armed with new skills in the battle against addiction.
Friday was “Give Kids a Smile Day,” and to celebrate, volunteers gave free dental care to local kids in need.
The delivery driver said he pulled up to the house and encountered a man standing in the driveway with a gun.
Cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and body mass index are all important numbers to know.
An officer had to break out the window of the car and use his taser to get the woman to come out.
Columbiana remains unbeaten after rolling past Leetonia 48-27 Thursday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
A witness said the victim collapsed in the middle of the street.
Police said the man told them, “If I see you out on the streets, it’s on.”
In October, John Dellick pleaded guilty to being a “felon in possession of a firearm.”
If you want to get rid of a mattress in Youngstown there are some new guidelines to follow.
Christopher Bridges’ older sister has a message for whoever is responsible for her brother’s death.
The Board of Health says there’s just not enough money to correct lead problems at the 22 high-risk zip codes in Mahoning County.
A big check and a commitment to help were celebrated Thursday in Youngstown.
The problem is getting bigger in Ohio, leading some to wonder if the state should be providing more help and money.
This is the latest in several drug raids in the city that have shut down big drug operations.
Investigators tracked the suspect down to a house on Neilson Avenue.
Prosecutors said the doctor, who lives in Canfield, has an office on Market Street in the uptown section of Youngstown.
He sold the War Vet Museum’s artifacts, valued at over $3,400, for a little less than $400 on Craigslist, according to police.
Investigators said the woman believed she was using heroin, but it was actually fentanyl, a powerful opiate.