Officers believe the man was in a vehicle they found parked on the road with multiple bullet holes, but he denies being inside.
Trumbull County leaders are hovering over a barrier when it comes to keeping their hovercraft.
The woman told police that she and her friend went to his house on Kenilworth Avenue to buy marijuana from him.
Men who used to work in the CIA and FBI shared procedures to help school leaders prepare for the eighth grade class trip to the nation’s cap…
On Tuesday, WKBN got a tour of the plant and a closer look at the manufacturing floor.
Township Trustee Jim Davis said it is time for an upgrade at the park, which will add to the dog park and splash pad already in place.
Polls suggest that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton will face each other in November.
Forty-three-year-old Missy Ginnetti lost her battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Experts say tackling student debt can be tough without a plan.
Police are investigating unrelated thefts at a Warren dentist’s office and from the Mahoning Valley Association of the Deaf.
Every second Saturday in May, the National Association of Letter Carriers puts on its Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
William Fambro was convicted of shooting Teresa Hunter at the Riverview Motel in October.
A Giant Eagle customer reached out to WKBN, concerned that people weren’t being notified of the contamination.
The business of numbers can be complicated, which is why accountants are so important.
The inductees will be recognized at a ceremony at the Ohio Statehouse on Thursday, May 19.
Police said surveillance video showed a man throwing a brick through the glass front door of the restaurant.
A man and woman accused of having sex and using drugs in a car while the woman’s daughter was in a car seat appeared in court Tuesday.
Phillip Bergman’s attorney indicated that he may file a not guilty plea, by reason of insanity, depending on the results of his evaluation.
Lightning can be just as beneficial to plants as rain, due to a chemical reaction during thunderstorms.
A number of people in the Valley are struggling to find work, due to traffic violations, a criminal record or even a bad credit report.