Martise Fortson was arrested Thursday after an investigation into the crime, which was reported on November 1.
With temperatures dipping into the single digits, furnaces will be coming on more often and running for longer periods.
Two men are facing charges after two separate drug raids in the city.
At least one Republican has already agreed to be a co-sponsor on the bill.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren, Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Liverpool.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s Canfield Post is investigating the crash.
New Browns general manager John Dorsey played linebacker in the NFL. Turns out, he still hits hard.
Report shows what Ohio may be doing wrong when it comes to stopping kids from smoking.
Crews secured the dog with a rope and lifted him onto the solid ice so he could be pulled to shore.
A man from New Castle is facing DUI charges after police say he was found unresponsive behind the wheel of a car stopped in traffic.
President Trump called the agency’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s email investigation “really disgraceful.”
Just days after the announcement that more toys were needed, the mission received an overwhelming amount of donations.
The community service committee will hand out 250 food baskets to people in need.
Pennsylvania’s district attorney recommended a series of changes that the school should undertake in the wake of Tim Piazza’s death.
In another declaration sure to enflame passions among Palestinians and others in the Middle East.
A list of holiday events from around the Valley.
WKBN has covered these arrests in and around the Mahoning Valley in the month of December 2017.
A firefighter battling a series of wildfires across Southern California has died, but authorities gave no hint of how.
The climax of soccer’s oldest cup competition could present a distraction for guests at the royal reception.
Jawonn Hymes’ originally charged with aggravated murder is awaiting new scheduling date.
Police in Kansas have a new drug detective: a pit bull who was rescued and trained for law enforcement work.
A 20-count indictment charges 22-year-old Antonio D. Young with distributing heroin and crack cocaine.