Mandy Noell, of Beaver County, Pa., will join Dave Sess and Stan Boney at the anchor desk.
WKBN talked to the experts about what you can do to protect yourself from sliding out of control in heavy rain.
The library’s director says the cost came in higher than expected, but a donation should help defray costs.
Demolition started Thursday morning on the former Sheriff’s Office and 911 building on Panther Drive in Warren.
An accident involving a pickup truck that flipped onto its side stalled traffic on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
Police are investigating after a man exposed himself to a 13-year-old girl as she waited at a bus stop.
The Struthers teacher, whose ticket to the World Series came from his students, talks about his experience at the game.
The lawsuit claims Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee are intimidating minority voters.
Troopers say one of the vehicles ran a stop sign.
Chief Robin Lees says police will start with the basics and if that doesn’t work, they’ll bring out the traffic cameras.
John Karlovic has always loved to hunt but since a nasty fall five years ago, he’s been paralyzed from the chest down.
At the end of September, investigators found evidence of a few one-pot meth labs at the Union Avenue home.
The state has a new truck with wing plows — plow blades that come off the sides of the truck.
A total of six different housing complexes have fallen victim to these burglaries and overnight vehicle break-ins.
Officer Eric Manning said the fundraiser is essential in continuing the Campbell Police Department’s K-9 program.
Supporters of essential oils say they have medical benefits and can help with stress relief.
The latest pile of more than 250 tires were dumped at an abandoned house on Edgar Avenue.
Police said the suspect grabbed the woman and hit her while they were walking down Hilton Avenue.
Sanderson said she and 2 board members walked out of a meeting because the CEO wouldn’t let them discuss an issue.
Jim Danilovics says the business will never die, even when competing with video games and smart phones.
Family Court Judge Pamela Rintala says the court has an obligation to provide a good environment for troubled children.
Police said the teen had been shot in the leg Tuesday afternoon.