WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on violence in the Valley.
Firefighters had to battle the fire and frigid temperatures Tuesday morning.
The fire damaged one end of the building near a chimney.
This is the third failed convenience store robbery attempt on Mahoning Avenue in the past three weeks.
Last May, voters in Cortland approved a levy to build the new kindergarten through 8th grade complex.
Members of the temple on Wick Avenue say the six-floor building is too expensive to operate.
Ella Robinson, who lived through the segregation of Alabama and discrimination of Youngstown, tells her story.
Austin Sullivan is charged with aggravated burglary in connection to a break-in that resulted in a 69-year-old man being injured.
Struthers, Austintown, Canfield and Boardman are some of the districts looking for substitutes.
The Valley’s Congressmen have two very different opinions on the Obama administration’s deal to lift sanctions against Iran.
The accident occurred on Warner Road Monday afternoon.
The event at Oh Wow! helped children with mobility constraints explore all there is to see at the science center.
The volunteer effort is the Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation’s way of honoring Martin Luther King Day.
It was likely Anthony Fontes’ unique facial hair and quirky outfit that caught the attention of the show.
The plumber was using a propane torch to either solder or defrost the pipes.
Campbell Police said $19,652 in cash, pills and weapons were found during a traffic stop for a broken headlight.
About 15 NEOMED students celebrated the holiday by painting doors, trim and closets in two houses on Plaza Avenue in Warren.
Five speakers discussed empowerment, education and race at an Martin Luther King Day event at the YWCA.
The show will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, 2016.
Aqua Ohio customers without water service or with low pressure in the area near the break are advised not to drink the water.