The judge agreed to release Malysa from jail, providing that she remains on electronically-monitored house arrest.
WKBN talked to police about what you can do to protect your home while you’re on vacation.
A man who was wanted as a Fugitive of the Week turned himself in to police.
A woman told police she was attacked and cut with a box cutter in an ongoing dispute with another couple.
They’re reportedly bound on buses to the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown.
Some panelists at Monday’s town hall on the topic said getting rid of racism forever might be a dream but improving equality is possible.
Police found a body — believed to be the missing young mom — in Neshannock Twp. on Monday and have charged her boyfriend.
The school board previously voted to dismantle the playground at North Elementary School, which has been deemed “unsafe.”
Sammy Cappelli and Erick Williams won the nation’s most prestigious walleye fishing tournament held this year on Lake Erie.
12 of the Youngstown area barber shops have joined together to help bridge the reading gap that often occurs during the summer for students
According to the criminal complaint, the Minnesota father told police he would think about ways to harm his 2-month-old daughter.
The pileup on South Avenue Monday evening started with one car rear-ending another.
Monday was the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures into the upper eighties.
The new pound in Austintown is twice the size of the current pound, meaning dogs will have more personal space.
An evaluation said the pool, deck, and building are in bad shape and recommended demolishing it all.
In addition to the checkpoint, saturation patrols will also be out throughout the weekend.
The district says it could lose $1.6 million — 20 percent of its budget — if the state budget passes at the end of the month.
Project M.O.R.E. is expanding to this fall, and the Youngstown City School district needs some help.
Investigators believe she may have robbed seven to 10 other banks in Northeast Ohio, based on what was found in her car.
Authorities believe one of the two suspects may have been among the first ones to call 911 to report the fire.
Police involved Children Services because they said the house was “cluttered and messy.”
WKBN employees worked with several organizations in the Valley throughout the day, including YNDC and the American Red Cross.