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Warren crime activity: Woman hid under jacket during traffic stop, police said

9:45 a.m. - 1400 block of Fifth St. SW, reported apartment burglary. A woman told police her apartment had been ransacked, and a TV and some shoes had been taken. 10:54 a.m. - 1900 block of Stewart Dr. NW, police said a man was stabbed multiple times. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.


Warren Police: Stomping on steps ends in stabbing

WARREN, Ohio - An argument about a Warren neighbor making too much noise as he walked up a stairway ended with that neighbor in the hospital with stab wounds and the other neighbor in jail.


Wintry mix of snow, sleet expected to come to central Ohio Sunday

A system is slated to move through Central Ohio on Sunday. While it doesn’t look like it’ll be as impactful as some so far this winter, some slick spots will be possible. It’ll start to move in in the late morning, likely sometime between 7 and 11 a.m. across the area. Temperatures will be low enoug


Ohio sheriff's deputy set on fire while serving warrant

A Portage County, Ohio, sheriff’s deputy was burned when a man they were attempting to serve felony warrants on threw a container of flammable liquid on the deputy, then ignited the liquid, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office.


Cafaro Co. buys Dillard’s in Boardman

WARREN — A subsidiary of property and mall developer the Cafaro Company has purchased the building of the soon-to-be closed Dillard’s department store at the Southern Park Mall.


Man accused of stabbing neighbor

WARREN — A Warren man pleaded not guilty to a charge of felonious assault after being accused of stabbing a neighbor who he claimed was too loud as he walked up the stairs of an apartment complex.


Police investigating after four trucks vandalized at Niles car lot

NILES, Ohio (WKBN) - Police are investigating a vandalism case out of the city of Niles. Someone overnight damaged four trucks in the parking lot of the Elite Auto Sales lots on South Main Street in the City.


Northeast Ohio: Snow moves in Sunday afternoon

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - We'll stay cloudy and cold tonight with temps dipping into low 20s/teens. A couple of flakes will be around through the early evening, but measurable snow isn't expected until tomorrow afternoon.


Mother of five children who died in Youngstown fire speaks out publicly for the first time

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - It's been two months since a house fire killed five children on Parkcliff Avenue. 9-year-old Aleysha Rosario, 3-year-old Charles Gunn, 2-year-old Ly'Asia Gunn and 1-year-old twins Brianna and Arianna Negron lost their lives that tragic day.


Woman remains optimistic, even as fire destroys her Newton Falls apartment

NEWTON FALLS, Ohio (WYTV) - A fire that broke out at a four-plex apartment building in Newton Falls is having a lasting impact on those who lived there. the American Red Cross gave everyone a checklist on how to rebuild and how to recover.


Accused gas station robber worked for Warren

WARREN — One of two men accused in a series of robberies Wednesday morning was an employee of the city’s operations department. Trevor McMillen, 20, 3141 Lodwick Drive NW Apt. 2, was arraigned on five counts of armed robbery, and Antonio G. Sarnelli Jr., 21, 415 Hobert Road, Leavittsburg, was arraig


Mike’s Carwash named one of Ohio's best employers for sixth consecutive year

Mike’s Carwash was recently identified as one of the best employers in Ohio in 2019, according to this year's annual list created by the Ohio SHRM State Council and Best Companies Group.


Ex-jail officer can’t get his bond reduced

WARREN — A Niles Municipal Court judge denied a request to reduce the $125,000 bond for a former Trumbull County Jail corrections officer, keeping him in jail on charges of domestic violence, according to court records.


Family confirms woman passes away after husband is accused of beating her

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - We've learned a woman who suffered a brain injury after police say she was beaten by her husband, has died. The family of Ryan Hymes confirmed to us that Hymes passed away Friday in the hospital.


Man is fired after being charged in robberies

Trevor A. McMillen, 20, of Lodwick Drive Northwest, who is in the Trumbull County jail charged with robbing five gas stations Wednesday morning, was fired from his job with the Warren operations department late Wednesday.


Police say graphic child porn exchanged between Liberty woman and Austintown man

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - A man who was being held on probation at a local community control facility and a woman who is also on probation on a child endangering charge are now facing federal child pornography charges.


Ohio AG: Patient ‘Literally Rotted To Death’ In Nursing Facility, 7 Facing Charges

(CNN) — Current and former employees of an Ohio nursing facility are accused of mistreating two patients in their care, including one who died as a result of the nurses’ actions, Attorney General Dave Yost said Thursday.


Girard sectional title is 3rd in row

The Girard bowling program continued its dominant streak after finishing first by a wide margin in the Division II Trumbull/Mahoning Sectional tournament last weekend. As a team, the Indians bowled 3867, almost 400 more than the second place Hubbard Eagles’ 3501.


Warren robbery spree suspects held on $500,000 bond

WARREN, Ohio - The two men, one of whom is a Warren City Employee, who allegedly confessed to a robbery spree are being held in jail on a half a million dollar bond. Warren police say 20-year-old Trevor McMillen robbed five convenience store gas stations within less than four hours. His friend 21-ye


Mayor says Newton Falls left out of loop, loses rail line

WARREN — When nearly 14 miles of railroad is abandoned by CSX Transportation, it will eliminate the last rail connection in Newton Falls, leaving the village without a tie into the main rail line running outside the village, said Mayor Lyle Waddell.