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Murder trial set to start Monday

Kaine A. Fowler, 23, formerly of Sharon, was charged with first-degree murder in connection with Hall’s death. The trial that will determine whether or not Fowler will spend the rest of his life in prison is set to start Monday.

THE HERALD - 2018-08-17 08:35:00

Campbell Police investigating 'suspicious' death of 1-year-old

Police have confirmed the coroner is on the sceneCAMPBELL, Ohio (WKBN) - Police are currently at a home on the 200 block of Penhale Ave. investigating what they call a suspicious death of a 1-year-old baby.Police have confirmed the coroner is on the scene.There is no other information at this time.C

27 FIRST NEWS - 2018-08-17 12:40:26

Two arrested on burglary charges

Responding NCPD officers set up a perimeter around the business at which time Charles Trott, 35, exited the building and was taken into custody. As officers searched the inside of the building, officers located the second male, identified as John Houk, 27. Houk was also taken into custody at that ti

NEW CASTLE NEWS - 2018-08-17 10:00:00

Campbell man in custody after child is stabbed to death

CAMPBELL — A man is in custody this morning for allegedly stabbing his 1-year-old daughter in the neck.The man called police at 7:50 a.m. this morning and said his child was dead at their Penhale Avenue home.This is a breaking news story. Watch Vindy.com for updates.

VINDY.COM - 2018-08-17 10:15:00

Hunters given a special shot at deer

Nick Cardamon, 18, of Hermitage practices with his bow and arrow in his grandfather’s back yard. Nick has applied for the Pymatuning Special Deer hunt at the Pymatuning Wildlife Management Area in Hartstown, but due to going to college for his first semester at Slippery Rock University for secondary

THE HERALD - 2018-08-16 20:00:00

Austintown police: 11-year-old boy goes missing from residence

Call the Austintown Police Department at 330-799-9721 if you see himAUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) - Austintown police are currently looking for an 11-year-old boy.Christian Shuler was last seen without any shoes, wearing black shorts with teal on the sides and a black shirt with gold on the front.Anyone w

WYTV.COM - 2018-08-17 02:03:15

Man says he pointed gun at nieces to scare them at store

Reports said officers on a drug investigation at about 4 p.m. at Oak Street and Early Road saw Deandre Jennings, 28, pull into the parking lot of an Oak Street store with two teenage girls in the car. Reports said when the girls got out of the car officers saw Jennings point a gun at both of them as

VINDY.COM - 2018-08-17 11:11:00

Man faces drug charges after Youngstown bar incident

Reports said police were called about 10:50 p.m. to the Casaloma Gardens Bar and saw Patrick Leach, 28, standing outside with a group of people. Leach then walked into the bar with an officer following him.

VINDY.COM - 2018-08-16 10:17:00

Attorney General accuses Niles car dealer of deceptive practices

The lawsuit accuses Leroy Braxton and Donetta Braxton, both doing business as Steals on Wheels, of failing to deliver vehicle titles to customers.

27 FIRST NEWS - 2018-08-16 17:34:28

Woman wanted after accident involving children

According to a criminal complaint, Scott told police she was going north on South Jefferson Street in a maroon Ford Explorer. She told police that her daughter handed her a knife that she found in the back seat, and Scott veered and went off the road, went through the parking lot and hit a utility p

NEW CASTLE NEWS - 2018-08-16 11:15:00

Prosecutor: Niles officer justified in firing shots at suspect

Police said Gladhill confronted officers with a gun, and Ifft fired three shots at him. Gladhill wasn't hit, and police later discovered that the gun Gladhill was holding was an airsoft pistol.

27 FIRST NEWS - 2018-08-16 17:18:03

Youngstown crime activity: Woman runs from police with toddler

10 a.m. - 100 block of N. Osborn Ave, Amaris Gordon, 20, was charged with assault, endangering children, disorderly conduct and obstructing official business. Officers were called to the area on reports of a fight. When police arrived they talked with a man who said that two women at a house on Osbo

27 FIRST NEWS - 2018-08-16 13:16:46

Eye of the Tiger: Sharon seeks trip to Hershey

"Well it was long overdue," Head Coach Jim Wildman said. "You know, it is something that is a goal every year. And certainly, and hopefully and has been thus far, prove to be some motivation."Tiger players shared the same sentiments.

27 FIRST NEWS - 2018-08-16 22:29:39

Block party in Sharon aims to raise awareness of quality healthcare providers

SHARON, Pa. (WYTV) - In celebration of National Health Center Week, Primary Health Network (PHN) in Sharon is hosting its first Superhero Block Party this Thursday.


Man Survives Being Lost On Mount St. Helens By Eating Bees

Matthew B. Matheny, 40, from Warren, Ohio, managed to survive the ordeal by eating berries and bees after goingmissingfor six days whilehiking, Fox Newsreported. Matheny went missing after setting out to hike the Blue Lake Trail on Aug. 9,accordingto the Oregonian.

THE DAILY CALLER - 2018-08-16 10:19:00

Missing Warren hiker found alive on flank of Mount St. Helens

Matheny, of Warren, Ohio, had last been seen by his friends on Aug. 9, when he borrowed a car and headed to the Blue Lake Trail. A sheriff’s deputy found the borrowed Subaru Outback at the trailhead on Saturday.


School warned of suspicious relationship between Warrensville Heights band director, reports say

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio -- The band director at Warrensville Heights High School charged with sexual battery was under investigation months ago for his relationship with another student, police records show.


Northside Regional Medical Center closing, according to union

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) - Northside Regional Medical Center in Youngstown is closing, according to an official with the Service Employees International Union.


New food stamps program encourages shoppers to grab fruits, veggies

"As a Valley, our health in comparison to the rest of the state is not where it should be and getting good nutrition is fundamental for overall health," said Tom Hetrick, neighborhood planner with the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation.


City loses in Northide closing; Mercy Health plans for influx

“It will put great pressure on the city. Obviously, cuts will have to be made in all kinds of areas. We don’t know the depth and breadth of it yet,” Limbian said.