Dozens of meals were delivered to residents in the township who cannot prepare a meal for themselves.
WKBN has analyzed the YPD’s use of force for 2014.
A winter storm is dumping several inches of snow along a wide swath of central and northeastern Pennsylvania.
The coats are going to several organizations.
Several hundred people marched down an exit ramp and temporarily blocked rush-hour traffic Tuesday while protesting a police officer’s fatal…
Historically, Thanksgiving is the busiest travel time of the year and unfortunately increasing the likelihood of crashes.
Organizations in Warren and Youngstown are serving up free Thanksgiving meals.
The crew was responding to a call when the accident happened.
Hundreds of additional National Guard troops were sent to the St. Louis suburb to help local authorities keep order.
Three ranking officers are expected to retire within the next four months.
A state representative-elect wants to help fix the current system, but she said Ohio Gov. John Kasich has a different idea.
Several hundred people are blocking traffic in downtown Cleveland while demonstrating in support of a 12-year-old boy fatally shot by a poli…
A relative of a Youngstown murder victim has come forward, recounting the man’s final moments.
Youngstown State University made the firing of head football coach Eric Wolford official on Tuesday.
Some retailers hold tight to traditional Black Friday times while others get the ball rolling early.
See inspection reports for trucking companies carrying potentially hazardous materials on roads and highways you use.
The Food and Drug Administration announced long-delayed calorie labeling rules Tuesday.
Reynolds Schools in Pa. dismissed early Tuesday after a custodian found a gun holster on school grounds.
As part of the official “shave-off,” men are removing their mustaches which is meant to spark a conversation and raise awareness for prostat…
The YSU faculty union and the board of trustees are working to come up with a new agreement after Tuesday night’s vote.