Lakes Newport and Glacier at Mill Creek Park are reopening to the public on Tuesday.
The Youngstown Schools’ literacy rate provided a glimmer of hope for the district.
The Renee Jones center has helped countless women through its Project Red Cord, first launched in 2008.
Ohio’s human trafficking numbers are climbing and that’s due, in part, because of better policing and reporting of the crime.
A Youngstown woman recounts how she was forced into the sex trade and how she helps others on the same path.
Police have charged one man with felonious assault, in relation to the case.
The Mahoning County Treasurer’s Office received a flood of phone calls from people wondering why their tax bills are so high.
A grand jury indicted several Youngstown-area political figures in May 2014.
Mahoning Co. Jail Inmate Kevin Smith wrote to WKBN, saying he wanted to talk about how heroin has ruined his life.
The Ohio EPA said the employees did not complete proper notification protocol regarding lead found in Sebring water.
Authorities released Giordano on the condition that he give the dog up to the Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County.
Addicts are stealing items they can sell quickly and make money for drugs.
There could be sufficient demand for the apps, and they might help prevent drunk driving.
The man told police he and his girlfriend started using heroin about a month and a half ago.
The state Department of Health recommended the remaining residents — less than 20 — be relocated to other homes over the next 30 days.
Youngstown Police confirmed that the infant died early Sunday on the south side of Youngstown.
Several agencies are working on the case.
WKBN has a run-down of the key players you need to know.
A woman and her mother brought the woman’s two children to Trumbull Memorial Hospital just before noon Tuesday.
Police in Warren are investigating the circumstances that brought two unconscious babies to Trumbull Memorial Hospital.
Agents from Ohio’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation went through Infante’s home, and brought out several boxes of items Monday.
One local councilwoman is not happy about New Beginnings’ management of the facilities.