Members of locals 1112 and 1714 were on hand to oppose Republican Donald Trump as he campaigned in Ohio Thursday.
Rick Davanzo woke up around 5 a.m. Tuesday to find his garage door open and items stolen from two cars.
A question on Pennsylvania’s ballot leaves out one key piece of information.
Many agreed that a combination of higher standards and inconsistent testing are responsible for the lower grades.
Hospital leadership says the results are a little misleading.
Investigators say attacks like this are becoming all too common.
Carter, who is running for the job, said Noralynn Palermo hasn’t met yearly continuing education requirements.
Heading into the middle of autumn, moist soil from rain can make it easier for trees to topple.
Mahoning County commissioners have launched a study to see if a regional facility with Trumbull and Columbiana counties is possible.
The hazmat gear can catch oil and other pollution, and keep it from spreading downstream.
Mandy Noell, of Beaver County, Pa., will join Dave Sess and Stan Boney at the anchor desk.
WKBN talked to the experts about what you can do to protect yourself from sliding out of control in heavy rain.
The library’s director says the cost came in higher than expected, but a donation should help defray costs.
Demolition started Thursday morning on the former Sheriff’s Office and 911 building on Panther Drive in Warren.
An accident involving a pickup truck that flipped onto its side stalled traffic on Interstate 680 in Youngstown.
Police are investigating after a man exposed himself to a 13-year-old girl as she waited at a bus stop.
The Struthers teacher, whose ticket to the World Series came from his students, talks about his experience at the game.
The lawsuit claims Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee are intimidating minority voters.
Troopers say one of the vehicles ran a stop sign.
Chief Robin Lees says police will start with the basics and if that doesn’t work, they’ll bring out the traffic cameras.