Palestinian gunman kills 7 near Jerusalem synagogue
Israel’s defense minister signaled Friday that the military would stop its airstrikes if Palestinian militant groups halted rocket attacks, a day after the deadliest Israeli raid in decades raised the prospect of a major flare-up in fighting.
WRTA asking Valley residents who they love this Valentine's Day
Valley residents who would like to share that love for their special someone can go to WRTA's website and complete a simple form for a chance to have a personalized message displayed in downtown Youngstown on Valentine's Day.
Are police haunted by the murders they investigate? A cop shares his memories of the 1972 Bellino case
Former Boardman Chief of Police Glenn Bowers shares his memories of the tragic murder of 12-year-old Brad Bellino and speaks about how police officers can be haunted by some of the horrific crime scenes they investigate.
Salem funeral director sentenced to 90 days in jail for trying to bribe judge in OVI case
Fifty-seven-year-old Robert Greenisen had pled guilty to charges of bribery. He was sentenced in the Columbiana County Court of Common Pleas to 90 days in jail plus three years of community control.
DA: 5 Memphis cops 'all responsible' for Tyre Nichols' death
The Memphis police chief has called the actions of five officers involved in the violent arrest of Tyre Nichols “heinous, reckless and inhumane” and made a plea to residents of the city to protest peacefully when video of the arrest is released.
Youngstown may replace ShotSpotter with newer technology
The city safety committee along with the police chief and other officials met Thursday to discuss their options, most of them arguing that ShotSpotter is outdated and that newer options would help them solve more violent crimes.
Speeding in Youngstown school zones significantly reduced after installation of speed cams
In a pre-program five-day speed study 47% of drivers were traveling 11 miles per hour or more over the posted speed limit. Now, YPD reported a 65% decrease in drivers speeding in school zones.
Ohio non-profit criticizes NEOMED for using animals in training exercises
The organization filed a complaint with the United State Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) claiming that NEOMED subjects pigs to over 29 open and laparoscopic procedures to train surgeons.
Kinsman man caught with gavels, 'Blind Justice' statue missing from judge's office
They say justice is blind, but a judge in Trumbull County may be thankful that security cameras in her offices saw enough to help catch a man who allegedly stole some items that may have sentimental value.
Exec: Utility bled cash before alleged Ohio speaker bribes
A FirstEnergy Corp. executive says an arm of the utility was “bleeding cash” as it explored options for two aging nuclear plants eventually rescued by Ohio House legislation at the center of former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder's corruption trial.