Two locations in the city will be targeted on Friday night.
Law enforcement, the justice system and community leaders had a panel discussion on working together to battle racism.
You can now watch baseball on Youngstown’s west side and take in some beautiful artwork in the process.
Recent problems with the airline have led to the inspection date being moved up
Youngstown Police Officer Michael Hartzell was supposed to be off duty on the day he was shot, but he declined a vacation day.
The old Hughes Mansion on North Park in Warren still sits in disrepair, more than a year after plans to renovate it.
The ambassador for the 2016 Mercer County March for Babies started his life weighing less than a pound.
The FBI says they are still accepting tips from the public regarding the two individuals.
Some local police departments are calling their officers back.
A former employee of a local assisted care center was sentenced Friday after being found guilty of patient abuse.
Local law enforcement is helping with manpower in a multiple murder investigation in southern Ohio.
– Students at Canfield High School got a first-hand look at the result of texting and driving.
A shoplifting arrest in January at a department store in Niles uncovered another crime involving food stamp benefits.
A dog believed to belong to Olds was pulled from the wreckage and was still alive.
There was silence on the Youngstown police scanner Friday morning in honor of Officer Michael Hartzell.
A Youngstown man, convicted in a Youngstown shooting, is now facing firearm charges.
An Alliance man, who police say was drunk, told them he lost his marijuana.
One of WKBN’s evening newscasts is nominated for a Lower Great Lakes Emmy Award.
On Monday, officers were dispatched to a Warren home for an apparent burglary.
Odyssey Motion Pictures spoke to the Youngstown Housing, Community and Economic Development committee to consider giving them a float loan.