The Youngstown State University Foundation will allocate a record $7.4 million in scholarship support to YSU next academic year.
Asbestos abatement at the old General Electric plant is nearly complete and demolition should get under way within the next few months.
Desiree Johnson claims officers used excessive and unreasonable force while searching a 12-year-old African American boy in 2009.
A Youngstown man is in federal custody following a two-hour standoff Thursday afternoon on the city’s South Side.
Around 250 people die in the U.S. every year in auto accidents involving a semi-truck’s underride guard, a piece of equipment that is supposed to save lives.
WKBN First News looks into the case of a professional photographer who says her work was stolen and is being used by a local wedding company as samples of its own work.
The world-wide shortage of clowns has trickled down to our own clown community here in the Valley.
The U.S. EPA said it’s safer to drink water with chlorine byproducts like TTHM found in Salem’s water than to just consume pre-treated water.
A Liberty firefighter, now on unpaid leave from his department, will soon have sex charges against him heard by a Mahoning County Jury.
Ohio’s treasurer is hoping an idea of his will provide more transparency when it comes to the way the state is spending tax dollars.
The Canfield boys bowling team got a heartfelt send-off Thursday as they head to the state championship.
Water customers in Hubbard are asked to conserve water as crews make repairs to a water line.
A local, popular discount movie theater is closing its doors at the end of the month.
Ohio’s largest natural gas utility is blaming the colder-than-normal winter for higher bills about to be paid by residential customers on budget payment plans.
A Girard police officer will keep his job now that an investigation is complete into underage drinking parties at his house.
An Austintown man walked away from an accident Thursday morning that destroyed his vehicle.
Youngstown fire crews worked to control a fire at a home on the city’s North Side.
Boardman Park has been chosen as one of 550 parks nationwide that will benefit from the Macy’s “Heart Your Park” campaign.
UPDATE // Dr. Randy Dunn originally was supposed to stay through Aug. 16, but trustees now have decided his last day will be March 21.