Event organizers expected to collect about three trailers or 60 to 70,000 pounds of electronics in just five hours.
Neighbors and residents gathered outside 869 Detroit Avenue while crews put out the blaze.
Two people are facing theft charges after allegedly teaming up to steal a woman’s wallet.
More than a dozen homes were evacuated Saturday morning after a fire at a natural gas well site owned by Hilcorp Energy Co.
State regulators in Ohio suspended operations at two deep injection wells for fracking wastewater in northeast Ohio on Friday after discover…
Football players were not the ones feeling the heat Friday night as the crowds packed in for the Friday night games.
As part of Stand Up To Cancer, WKBN is focusing on the fight against cancer right here in the Valley.
A Trumbull County school employee was in court Friday answering charges of having a gun on school property.
The Trumbull County Board of Elections must remove the issues from the ballot.
The NAACP says the distress commission overseeing Youngstown city schools and local leaders are too focused on administration.
A teen who was branded with a tobacco can describes the painful ordeal.
Students gathered outside Kilcawley Center to watch YSU President Jim Tressel and other faculty and board members get doused in ice-cold wat…
While there are fewer students enrolled this semester at YSU, graduation numbers are increasing.
Check out the weather forecast for your local gridiron matchup.
The brothers provided false documents, paid workers in cash and unspecified check payments from 2006 to 2009.
Hundreds of volunteers will spend the day Friday working hard for United Way.
Soaring temperatures on Friday add to fatigue for Youngstown firefighters.
A teen counterfeiter in Mercer was sentenced for printing $100 bills.
Outraged police in the Cleveland suburb of Bay Village are pledging to bring charges against the students responsible.
Thursday was a day to celebrate those who put their lives on the line to protect America at the annual Patriot Day celebration at the Quaker…