Officers attempted to pull over an SUV about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday for speeding on the Himrod Avenue Expressway, but the driver took off.
The suspect was wanted for aggravated robbery, unlawful contact with a minor and drug charges.
Police seized more than $40,000 in drugs and cash, along with the luxury vehicles, in two drug raids.
Cleveland Police Officer David Fahey was killed at the scene of a crash on Interstate 90 when he was hit by a car.
The day was a reward for good behavior as part of the school district’s Positive Behavior Intervention System.
Still, some community members are not convinced the policy helps the district.
City council voted against legislation that would have reduced the required amount of captains from six to three.
Crews said the fire started in the back of the farmhouse Wednesday night.
In this week’s crime wrap-up, two raids resulted in police finding a stash of drugs.
Experts explain what the big trading day means to investors and your bottom line.
The New Castle School of Trade says more students are now interested in alternative energy sectors, like solar and wind.
Campuses in Boardman and Akron are restricting visitors.
The CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” may be a hit comedy, but pediatricians aren’t finding the show funny lately.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on violence in the Valley.
Stanley Adams has been sitting on Death Row for the 1999 murders of Esther Cook, of Warren, and her daughter, Ashley.
Prosecutors say Seman had repeatedly raped 10-year-old Corinne Gump and set the house fire to keep her from testifying against him.
Robert Clark sat down with the show’s executive producer, Laura Fuest Silva, to talk about the show with WKBN.
Mahoning County’s deputy coroner identified the 23-year-old man.
A Springfield Township farmer says the training helps to gauge how much fertilizer to use.
Senator Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, said some of that money could help with the deteriorating roads here in the Valley.
In the near future, the park plans to develop a mobile app and introduce exciting new activities for families and children.
Youngstown’s mayor is planning on wearing James Madison gear to the city’s next council meeting.