WKBN talked to two Youngstown families who hail from Puerto Rico and have family still living on the island.
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted the following cases on September 7, 2017.
There was a large open burn in Trumbull County today. Over 330 marijuana plants were set on fire.
Facebook blew up a year ago over a photo showing two people passed out, overdosed in a car with a child.
According to United Auto Workers 1714, the cancellation is due to a supplier constraint.
They could end up covering close to 7 million acres from the Gulf Coast as far north as Houston — likely the largest mission the 910th has …
The Ohio senator said passing a multi-billion dollar spending bill will keep FEMA from running out of money at the end of this week.
That, and other crimes reported in Warren this week.
Puff N Snuff has reported one burglary and three shoplifters in the past two weeks, saying this type of crime seems to be growing.
After using metal sheets to cover his windows from Irma, Don Corbett drove from Florida to Tennessee.
Volunteers must 18 years old and able to deploy for at least two weeks.
Larry Moliterno has worked in Columbus on legislative solutions to the drug and alcohol abuse problems in the area.
Thanks to an income tax increase and federal grant money, the department is once again at full strength with 65 firefighters.
The Youngstown organization said it has one primary goal in mind — helping people return to normalcy.
Investigators say he ran from PNC Bank after the robbery.
According to the Ohio Department of Health, three babies die each week in Ohio because of unsafe sleep environments.
A girl from Delaware, Ohio will be featured on Wednesday night’s episode of the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
It’s the money that was raised from the Italian festival over the summer.
A local animal rights advocate arranged for Canfield’s Angels for Animals to take in three dogs.
Despite being defeated six times, the anti-fracking group wants another ballot issue to ban fracking in Youngstown.
That, and other crime reported in Boardman.
Thousands of Ohioans still don’t have access to reliable internet in their homes and businesses.