A man pulled over for driving under the influence in Campbell is now facing escape charges.
The suspect hit the railroad tracks at the intersection of Tod Avenue and Summit Street.
Youngstown State University celebrates spring commencement.
Dozens of volunteers showed up this morning for community clean-up day.
The Poland youth was able to get his degree in less than two years by starting college while he was still in high school.
Veterans are given the chance to share their experience during a celebration for Armed Forces Day.
A witness said a car going the wrong way crashed into another car on the northbound exit onto Gypsy Road.
Haley Keel is a 2004 graduate of Niles McKInley High School.
Two of people holding the banner for the Survivors Lap at Boardman Center Middle School have beaten cancer twice.
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In some ways, Don is still teaching her things and Debbie shared what her husband of 41 years taught her while fighting pancreatic cancer.
It is one of the reasons there is a cancer fundraiser just about every week in the Valley.
One woman said the officer asked her to model for his website.
The dog is now being taken care of by Animal Charity.
Studies say deadly chemicals seep into the skin of the men and women battling blazes.
Canfield High School students got a taste of local food for lunch thanks to Lamppost Farm in Columbiana.
Everyone inside the building made it out safely.
Cancer has affected a number of WKBN families in the past year.
Daniela Viera, 14, is going through chemotherapy for desmoid tumors, which affect the tissues of the body.
The EPA says the emissions occurred through both mechanical failures and operator errors.