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Detectives are investigating an early morning shooting at a business on Youngstown’s Northside

Speeds near 100mph as trooper chases truck through Mahoning, Trumbull Counties

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is looking for the driver of a pickup truck who led them on a half-hour pursuit through two counties at speeds nearing 100 miles per hour.

Youngstown pizza delivery driver robbed on Super Bowl Sunday

A delivery driver in Youngstown became a crime victim on one of the busiest days of the year for pizza shops.

Youngstown woman jailed, accused of shooting at driver

A Youngstown woman was jailed on the same day authorities announced that a reward was being offered for information leading to her arrest.

Reward offered for info leading to suspects in Youngstown Police shooting

The multiple suspects are considered a danger to the public.

Rowan Sweeney murder suspect on trial: Day four of testimony Tuesday

Testimony continues in the trial of 21-year-old Brandon Crump, who is accused of being the triggerman in the home invasion that claimed the life of Rowan Sweeney and injured four other people.

A judge has blocked enforcement of an Ohio law limiting kids’ use of social media during litigation


A federal judge has extended his block on enforcement of an Ohio law that would require children under 16 to get parental consent to use social media apps while a legal challenge proceeds.

Boardman High School plans lockdown on Parkland school shooting anniversary

It came to be after the Parkland, Florida school shooting that happened on February 14, 2018. Seventeen people were killed on that day.


Sebring Firefighters undergo derailment disaster training

"I don't want to see anybody hurt for lack of knowledge of what was on the train," Springer added.

Mercer County fire and ambulance companies to receive nearly $300 thousand in funding

This funding is from an ongoing grant program created by the Legislature and administered by the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency and Office of the State Fire Commissioner 

More than $300K earmarked for Mahoning JJC

State Representative Lauren McNally announced over $300 thousand in funding for the Martin P. Joyce Detention Center as part of Ohio Department of Youth Services Juvenile Correctional Building Fund.

Former PUCO chairman, and former FirstEnergy executives indicted on public corruption charges

The announcement came from Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost, Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh, and Summit County Sheriff Kandy Fatheree.

A more February-like week ahead

A week of seasonable weather is on the way.