The wife of a man accused of being a local drug dealer is free on bond after her court appearance Tuesday.
Police say witnesses reported that Liggens was shooting at another car in Youngstown. He then took off into Campbell.
City leaders want the downtown area to take the next step, and become a center for culture and recreation.
Police said he failed a sobriety test and results of a breath test showed he was three times over the legal limit of alcohol.
According to a police report, a witness told officers that the man threatened to kill himself and his ex-girlfriend.
Brandon Liggens faces numerous charges after leading police on a chase with two children in the car.
Police charged driver Jabraill Garner and passenger Vincenzo Daltorio with making false police reports.
No victim was found, but police did find several shell casings and blood on the road.
Police said the Youngstown man crashed his motorcycle into another car after a police chase starting in Poland.
Krish Mohip met with the Youngstown chapter of the NAACP to discuss issues in the city schools that the group wants to correct.
The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force listed Jason Harmon as a wanted fugitive and Youngstown Police arrested him in May.
Both players are linebackers with the Penguins and under a scholarship with the team.
Police say Byrd stabbed Mark Haag, an Independent Radio Taxi driver, during a robbery attempt.
YSU’s plan involves a collaboration between the art community and the city to revitalize infrastructure.
Investigators said drug deals have been made at the home, bringing other crime to the area.
The young girl was taken to the hospital in an ambulance with a sprained ankle.
Lane restrictions and closures along Wick and Lincoln Avenues around Youngstown State will begin this summer.
Police said Sindhu created fake identities to defraud banks during short sales of Youngstown-owned gas stations.
The committee is proposing a switch of ownership so the city can own the property and the school can own the playground equipment.
Police said the evacuations were prompted by a letter saying there were explosives in the area.
Among the discussion was voter registration, the Youngstown City School System and getting a new grocery store built in the city.
They came to voice their concerns about everything from jobs, to abandoned homes, to blight in the neighborhood.
The committee presented seven changes to about 15 people during a public hearing.
Members debated the meeting’s agenda, creationism in the curriculum and extending the interim superintendent’s contract.
The car created a sizable hole on the side of the house after officials said the driver lost control.
Police say they will be putting an end to panhandling, public intoxication, open container and public urination downtown.
The cause of the explosion, which sent pieces flying throughout GLG Industries, is still being investigated.
The Mahoning Valley Sanitary District mailed notices out to its customers about a failure to test for e. Coli in 2015.
Voters in Youngstown already turned down the ban five times at the polls.
Police say Ferrebee was drunk when he hit Jorge Guartan in April 2015 on Glenwood Avenue. Guartan died from his injuries.