The WKBN 27 Caring for our Community campaign recognized six high school students on Friday.
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If nothing changes soon, the American Trucking Association believes there will be more than 900,000 unfilled driving jobs within ten years.
Homes and businesses require a lot of wiring, which always puts electricians in need.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force said the number of designated drivers was “encouraging.”
Children will have a way of understanding autism through a new Sesame Street character named Julia.
This year, area Catholics can add some corned beef to their diet on one of the Fridays during Lent.
CEO Tom Humphries also named his replacement at the Regional Chamber’s Annual Meeting on Thursday.
“I think they’re just playing us and giving us the runaround so they don’t have to give us our money back,” the bride-to-be said.
It may sound fun getting stranded in a warm weather city, but what if it happens to you?
Prosecutors say Vincent Moorer and Melvin Johnson were drug dealers who threatened and even killed witnesses.
When you’re thirsty, do you reach for a pop or water? Our first choice has changed in a big way.
Many are still without power, which might not come back on until Friday morning.
A man is in the hospital and his house destroyed after a fire broke out early Wednesday morning.
The two technology programs are particularly popular and growing at the Warren campus.
The CDC study shows that Youngstown has higher instances of high blood pressure, cholesterol and even tooth loss.
Police said the woman may have boarded a WRTA bus headed to Youngstown’s north side.
The driver pulled off the road at the Gypsy Lane exit, but all he could do was watch it burn and take pictures.
Huge crashes, like the ten-vehicle pileup on I-80 Friday, create huge messes, But auto wreckers work to keep traffic flowing.
It was about 2:30 a.m. when Krista Viga and Aaron Walker decided to turn in for the night – then boom!
The man was found in a burning car on Youngstown’s east side, and investigators said he had been shot.
Jon Husted has been going around the state to get support, while others are expected to throw their hats into the race.
MCCTC’s machine shop program is nothing new, but the program is now very cutting-edge and hands-on.