Doctors say there’s no other pregnancy of this type on record.
For a lot of people, Mother’s Day means taking mom to a restaurant. But other families take a different approach.
Three TCTC students took first place in the nation in various categories, including multimedia, photography and mobile applications
Sam Lemon, great-grandson of his attorney, said he believes Alexander Williams was executed for a crime he didn’t commit.
Northeast Ohio Adoption Services will be out all day until 6 p.m. selling flowers at a range of prices.
A business in Sharon is getting a face lift — and it’s helping at-risk youth in the neighborhood.
Judges and local leaders served up their best dishes for the 12th annual Men Who Cook.
More than 100 students walked across the stage in Packard Hall Saturday to receive their diploma from Kent State University at Trumbull.
WKBN received numerous calls and emails into the newsroom Saturday evening from Austintown residents without water.
A woman and four children were sent to the hospital Saturday night after losing control of their vehicle.
Hubbard’s first dog park opened Saturday. Scentral Park is located on Route 304 next to the Hubbard Pet Resort.
Trumbull County’s 8th Annual Special Olympics took place Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium in Girard.
Local letter carriers took part in the 25th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday.
Champion Township Police Sgt. Jeff White suffered from serious but non-life threatening injuries.
The alert was first issued on Wednesday after a water main break.
The Youngstown Area Jewish Federation said the city’s Jewish population peaked in the ’60s, but has since dropped 80 percent.
Police in the city have already written several hundred tickets.
It appears that the forged checks are from the state auditor, who says his office doesn’t even have the ability to write checks.
Surveillance video shows the robber waving a gun at the clerk before pocketing a pack of cigarettes and cash from the register.
That, and other crimes reported in Niles this week.
Mayor Jim Melfi said the project was coming in $459 more than the estimated cost, so it has to be put back up to bid.
The case of a convicted sex offender, accused of kidnapping and killing a friend’s daughter, prompted questions about registration.