WKBN has covered these arrests in and around the Mahoning Valley in the month of February 2017.
Medics told police that Anderson stopped and ran away when they yelled from the back of the ambulance.
Police discovered the body Monday morning along State Route 46, just past the Lake Tavern.
The Mahoning County Coroner’s Office is still in the process of comparing the DNA with the suspected victim.
Rafidi will serve his prison sentence after he completes a 94-month sentence for using a firearm to assault federal agents.
The mother of a man who was shot and killed in a mass shooting in Howland Saturday is speaking out about her son’s death.
Lynn has been singing regularly at the Grande Ole Opry since 1960.
The National Weather Service is conducting training for anyone who wants to become a certified storm spotter.
Jobs, revitalization and resurging population are all successes of the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership.
Two other suspects were arrested in Pittsburgh.
The Penguins’ men’s team won for the second consecutive year, while the women’s team won for the third time in four years.
The fast food breakfast chain locked its doors immediately during Saturday’s deadly shooting in Howland.
Walnut Lodge Yoga donated 10 weeks of free yoga to Sharon Fire Department’s firefighters, who go twice a week.
Howland Police said the shooting stemmed from shooter Nasser Hamad dating one of the victims’ mother.
The woman has been identified as Gabriel Ann Hinojosa, who had been reported missing Feb. 19.
Around 75 people from western PA voiced their concerns about the future of health care outside of Mike Kelly’s office.
The goal of the event was bring the community and government together.
Several men were recognized for bringing positive change to their community.
Prosecutors say he showed little remorse during his arrest, shouting, “That’s what you get you little [expletive].”
The PA Department of Health worked with the Mercer County Emergency Services Committee for the free clinic.
The first fully automated parking structure in the history of Los Angeles was built by the Auto Parkit company.
A house on Burgett Lane caught fire around 4:30 a.m.