Crowds are expected to watch the procession pass through the town of Black Mountain.
Flooding is nothing new for those in East Liverpool’s low-lying areas, who could see water in the basements and, possibly, first floors of t…
There aren’t very many details being released right now.
Jackson Township police say a Canal Fulton police officer checking on a 16-year-old girl and 17-year-old boy’s welfare found them together a…
The entire viewing area is under a Areal Flood Watch, but there is a Flood Watch for Columbiana.
Storm Team 27 is watching for heavy rain and possible flooding this weekend.
According to the Sheriff’s office, his body was recovered from a pond a short distance from his home.
An adult and two children died as a result of the crash.
Sunoco was ordered to pay $12.6 million dollars for everything that’s gone wrong with the construction of the Mariner East 2 Pipeline.
Sunday evening at Suzie’s Dogs and Drafts in downtown Youngstown, from 6 to 9 p.m., there will be a pay it forward event to raise money for …
The threats have been in large and small districts, big communities and even rural ones — but police say they could lead to big consequence…
On Friday, the Niles Light Department rescued a kitten that had been stuck on top of a utility pole for days.
That, and other crime reported in Austintown.
Auditors with the state have found a number of problems with how the medical marijuana program has been run so far.
“I just want to, you know, get it off my chest in case something does happen,” the caller said. “And I do believe something’s going to happe…
The new map overhauls a GOP-drawn one that was widely viewed as among the nation’s most gerrymandered.
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.
Charlie Parker, one of the greatest saxophone players of all time, played in Youngstown in 1955.
Prosecutor Ron O’Brien’s office says the couple’s 9-year-old son was home at the time.
A handful of companies have ended discount programs with the NRA as the group aggressively resists calls for stricter gun control
The case’s outcome could affect unions representing over 5 million government workers in 24 states and the District of Columbia.