A tree toppled over in a Trumbull County community during the strong storms Saturday afternoon and landed in an apartment.
The best burgers in the Valley did battle Saturday at the Warren Community Amphitheatre.
Strong storms caused flooding and dropped dime-sized hail in some areas.
About 1,000 people turned out Saturday for the second annual Mahoning Valley African American Male Wellness Walk.
Trees and fresh mulch are the newest additions to an empty lot on South Avenue in Youngstown.
Senior citizens in the Valley had the opportunity Saturday to socialize and learn about different programs available to them all in one plac…
Hundreds of students in the Valley are ready for school thanks to the generosity of the Big Reach Center of Hope.
Storms across the Valley Saturday brought heavy rain, hail and wind. Some areas saw flooding in yards and ponding on roads.
Ohio’s kindergartners will be assessed this year under a system that should help teachers measure what the students know.
The mother of a man who was placed in a chokehold while in police custody said Saturday that her first words on hearing his death had been r…
Investigators are working to determine was caused a house fire in Struthers.
Friends of fired Ohio State University marching band director Jonathan Waters have established a legal assistance fund to help him tell his …
A Sharon mom battling breast cancer that WKBN First News introduced you to last year has won recognition on social media.
The person selected by Gov. John Kasich to replace Judge James Evans will serve out his unexpired term instead of having to run in November.
The discussions started this week and nothing has been finalized.
Police are looking for two suspects who they believe stole a woman’s checkbook.
A new commercial development and intersection upgrades at the center of Columbiana are coming soon.
Trumbull Memorial Hospital administration and employees disagree about the outcome of a potential shift in staffing philosophy.
Police went to the scene of the incident just before 4 p.m. Friday.
A Lordstown woman is battling raw sewage that keeps getting dumped into her basement from a county pump station.