Corry Fenton, an EMT in Mercer County, said surviving a mass shooting has changed his perspective on everything.
Flooding is expected along the river and in low-lying areas of the city.
Rain returns causing flooding concerns in a few locations into the weekend.
The school resource officer took up a position viewing an entrance of the building that was under attack for more than four minutes, but “he…
On the same day police found Rachael Anderson’s body, the 53-year-old man charged with raping, torturing and murdering her slipped through s…
Jane Timken is traveling Ohio, campaigning for Republicans and she has her eye on some of the Youngstown area’s congressional seats.
WKBN looked into Ohio’s laws to see what may happen after a self-defense shooting.
Chief Fixler said officers are being aggressive to prevent drugs and other crimes in the community.
The merger would create one of the largest health systems in the country.
That, and other crime reported in Warren over the past week.
An arrest was made of a 17-year-old girl who is a student of Springfield High School, between Dayton and Columbus.
Administrators walk a fine line between handling incidents and alarming parents.
It was early December of 2017 when the first of these controversies with the program started to come to light.
View a list of local fish fries in the area or submit your own.
WKBN has covered these arrests in and around the Mahoning Valley in the month of February 2018.
Bradley Beal and Kelly Oubre Jr. combine for 35 in Wizards win over Cavaliers.
Niles Junior Cyler Kane-Johnson added two major milestones on to his resume in a 82-81 win over Liberty Thursday night.
Struthers topped Cardinal Mooney 47-35 Thursday night in the Division II Girls’ Sectional Finals.
The Bulldogs advance to play top-seeded West Branch Monday in the District Semifinals.
The filing adds allegations of tax evasion and bank fraud and significantly increases the legal jeopardy facing Paul Manafort and Rick Gates…
“They hate the NRA. They hate the Second Amendment. They hate individual freedom,” the NRA’s executive vice president said.
Authorities said the man who shot a postal worker driving a delivery rig on a Dallas highway may have been acting out of road rage.