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Mercer Co. school district dismisses early due to police situation nearby
GREENVILLE, Pa. (WKBN) - Reynolds School District in Mercer County is being dismissed early on Wednesday.The junior and senior high school was dismissed shortly after 12:30 p.m. and the elementary school will be dismissed at 1:30 p.m.According to the district's website, this is due to a controlled s
String of FBI, Task Force raids across the area part of larger investigation
"I drive my son to school. I see, you know, a cop car, the news reporters and very curious," a neighbor said. "This is normally a very, very safe neighborhood and I want to keep it that way -- especially there's a bunch of children that live here and, you know, it's very concerning."
Police ask for help identifying suspected thief in surveillance photos
"Just a crime of opportunity. That's what it was, he saw no one around, walked up, grabbed it and took off with it," said Detective Pat Mondora.
Mercer drive-by shooting case involving three New Castle men moves to court
FILE | HERALDIn this May 10, 2018, file photo, Damonte L. Bell, back left, and Delaughn M. Searcy exit District Judge Dennis M. Songer’s court after their preliminary arraignments.
Austintown police arrest suspected pimp following online sex sting
When police arrived, Tiffany Uher, 30, said she wasn't really planning on going through with it, according to a report.
Man sentenced for 2017 fatal stabbing in Warren
WARREN: Arrested July 9 - Arteum Brodeur, 24, charged with murderWARREN, Ohio (WKBN) - The man who pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in a fatal stabbing last summer learned his fate in court Wednesday.25-year-old Arteum Brodeur was sentenced to eight years for voluntary manslaughter.He pleaded guilt
Pregnant Ohio woman run over by car during suspected pot deal
The driver moved forward to an intersection and then braked suddenly, throwing the woman from the hood, according to a police report.
Police: Body found on city's westside
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - Police are investigating after a body was found on the city's Westside Tuesday.Police say the body was found behind Oak Hill cemetery on Plum Street.The person's identity has not been released, neither has a cause of death.Police have no other information at this time.Check
Man pulls gun at Taco Bell drive-thru in Youngstown
According to a police report, a customer was in line at the drive-thru at about 11:35 p.m. and was paying for her order when a man ran between her car and the building, came up to the drive-thru window, pulled a gun and demanded the cash drawer from the worker.
Warren police: Pregnant woman run over by car during suspected pot deal
The driver moved forward to the intersection with Charles Avenue and then braked suddenly, throwing the woman from the hood, according to a police report.
Teens charged in double homicide headed for court
Senior District Judge David B. Rishel presided over the session and ultimately held all charges for court against defendant Caden Michael Popovich, 18, who was a few weeks shy of being an adult when the shooting occurred. His attorney, Thomas N. Farrell, at the outset said Popovich was pleading not
Mill Creek Tees Up Golf Course Upgrades - Business Journal Daily
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – In the 90 years since Mill Creek Golf Course unveiled its two Donald Ross-designed courses, much has changed both on the courses and around them. And now, projects at the golf courses are underway to restore and improve its facilities.
Security upgrades among updates at 2 Sharon schools
The project is broken up into three main bid categories: a general contract awarded to Milcam Inc., of Brookfield, for $1,449,000; an HVAC contract awarded to Guy’s Mechanical Systems Inc., of Rochester, Pa., for $1,393,300; and an electrical contract awarded to Westmoreland Electric of Tarrs, Pa.,
Hall Qualifies for NCAA D3 Outdoor National Championships - wcn247.com
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Westminster College seniorHailey Hall(Grove City, PA / Grove City Area) has qualified for the women’s pole vault for the 2018 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
200 employees missing paychecks due to financial issues
HUBBARD, Ohio (WYTV) - 200 employees at a House Care Agency are missing their paychecks Monday.Real Care Home Care in Hubbard can't pay its employees. It say its accounts are frozen because of financial issues.Owner Anissa Lewis says she employs over 200 employees and cares for more than 300 clients
‘Your father don’t want y’all:’ Ohio mom said she’d kill kids if dad didn’t get them, cops say
A Youngstown, Ohio, mother threatened to kill her two children Sunday in a phone call with the children’s father — and officers were on speakerphone listening in, police said.Speaking to thefather of her 1- and 2-year-oldover the phone, Zipporah Thompson, 27, said: “Your father don't want y'all and
Ohio inmate claims innocence in slaying of 3, wants retrial
FILE - This July 14, 2010, file photo, shows Kevin Keith, who is on death row at the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown, Ohio. Keith, an Ohio inmate who has long maintained his innocence in the 1994 slaying of three people is asking the U.S. Supreme Court for a new trial based on evidence never h
Police arrest 2 men found fighting in lot
When police arrived, Maurice Evans of Warren, 37, and Mark Reed Jr. of Youngstown, 38, ran to a blue van parked nearby, according to a police report.
Man arrested after alleged gun threats
A criminal complaint alleges that in Friday's incident, McCauley saw the woman in the parking lot at Neshannock Village and yelled at her and told her to leave. She said she sprayed him with pepper spray and he pulled a handgun out of his pants, pulled back the slide and told her he was going to kil
Warren man suffers gunshot wounds: The oven did it
Robin L. Garlock, 44, put his revolver in the broiler of the oven for safe-keeping because children were coming to the house, Warren Police Detective Wayne Mackey said Monday.