WKBN Chief Meteorologist Paul Wetzl says because of surface temperatures, we are not in a typical winter cycle.
Nick Roberts and Jeff Urso are on administrative leave for their involvement in Tuesday’s shooting at the Howland Giant Eagle.
James Dutting, 76, was hit on Route 62 Westbound near Bell Wick Road.
President Trump will be coming to the Mahoning Valley, making this his first appearance in the area as president.
According to MarketWatch, when couples get married they can easily start out life together with more than $100,000 of debt.
An Austintown Elementary student was chosen from 275 girls to make the Cleveland Cavaliers’ junior cheerleading squad.
The final score of this battle of the Blue Devils was McDonald 96, Western Reserve 80.
Protests like this have been popping up across the country, made up of people who are worried about a repeal without a replacement.
As Ellen Zban heals, police continue to search for the suspect who attacked her in her Youngstown driveway.
The collapse left an arch about 30-feet wide in the Garfield Street.
Little Greek Fresh Grill is expected to open this spring.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally swore in the new officers during a ceremony in council chambers.
It started Friday morning when the vice unit served a warrant for an investigation into the sale of narcotics.
A witness said the driver of the vehicle that flipped climbed through the back of the car to get out.
Three deaths, including one in Columbiana County, have been attributed to complications from the flu.
Professor William Dyer will never forget the words Dr. Steven Schwartz told him 50 years ago: “I shot the son of a b—h between the eyes.”
That, and other crimes reported in Boardman this week.
Rural school districts are feeling the pressure following Governor John Kasich’s budget proposal.
The units in Youngstown are handicap accessible, and preference will be given to low-income veterans.
A Sharon-area lawyer says the Mercer County District Attorney, who is under investigation, should resign.
As students celebrate Black History Month, those in Youngstown could have a course in that subject that runs all year.
Austintown Local Schools said Lenkey was instrumental in creating an incentive program for contracted bus drivers.