SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKBN) – A wintry blast of snow and freezing temperatures across the area pushed the mercury into the single digi…
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKBN) – Coming off of freezing temperatures two weeks ago and now with bitter cold temperatures once again in the forecast, …
NEWTON FALLS, Ohio (WKBN) – A North Bloomfield man appeared in court Tuesday facing murder charges after a bar fight turned deadly. William …
A Columbus man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly raping a Youngstown woman.
A Habitat for Humanity home that was move-in ready was hit by thieves.
The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 5 general election is today.
The Youngstown fire department remains at full staff with two new firefighters.
Authorities in Ravenna say a train struck a sport utility vehicle at a crossing, killing the 15-year-old driver and injuring her father and …
Several departments responded to a fire early Monday morning at a home in Lisbon.
Two dozen restaurants served up some of their best dishes for the 22nd annual Taste of the Valley.
A toppled semi backed up traffic on Sunday on Interstate 80 East near Hubbard.
Despite the government shutdown, employees at the Youngstown Air Reserve station are being called back to work.
The First Universalist Church of Youngstown welcomed members of the gay and lesbian community for their annual Coming Out Day.
Community members and local leaders all showed up for the opening of two new elementary schools.
Austintown Local Schools' Transportation Department held an event on school bus safety.
The Youngstown Inner City Garden presented a check worth $300 to the American Legion Post 472.
Art students at YSU got a unique opportunity to work with visiting professional.
The proceeds of the event are going to Team Alex because of their generosity to the Girard IFH.
The annual Peace Parade, now in its third year, promoted non-violence through the streets of downtown Youngstown.
Lisbon Rail to Trail teamed up with Weaver Family Chiropractic in Austintown for Bike for Children.