There were nearly 18 tons of unused pills collected in Ohio on Drug Take Back Day.
WKBN has covered these arrests in and around the Mahoning Valley in the month of November 2017.
People are continuing to clean up in Boardman after storms ripped through the area last weekend.
That, and other crime reported in Youngstown.
Police said as a result of the botched robbery, a Fredonia man died.
David Gammon is charged with one count of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of endangering welfare of children.
Over 100 people are now facing more than 750 charges related to the case.
A ride to the rescue mission turned into a harrowing ordeal.
Early voting figures in some counties indicate voter interest is higher than normal.
Dave Betras accused the Republican candidate for Struthers Municipal judge of being “personally responsible” for allegations against his Dem…
Police said the 12-year-old caught the man making lewd comments outside of her bedroom window.
Dave Betras said the Republican candidate is running a “sleazy” campaign and allegations against Democrat Dom Leone are false.
Youngstown schools received four School Improvement Grants — three for elementary schools, one for East High.
In West Farmington, hay bales weighing about a thousand pounds were blown into a ditch by the storm’s winds Sunday night.
Speaking in Youngstown, Sen. Sherrod Brown said he has a plan to make sure pensions have the money needed to stay afloat.
An investigator with the National Weather Service in Cleveland toured the damaged areas on Monday.
Open enrollment ends December 15.
Barnes had originally been charged with murder in the shooting death of Kenneth Evans over a year ago.
The roads will be closed to traffic for approximately 60 days.
Police reported finding beer, pills and guns after stopping a vehicle that was dragging metal down the road.
Grove City police accused Lamping of having sexually-explicit conversations with a 16-year-old girl.
Veterans Day is Saturday, Nov. 11.