Earthquakes in Japan caused supply interruptions, halting production at four plants in North America.
Bob Pace has been analyzing the city jail since March, and said it is not meeting the federal standards for a 12-day jail.
An Energy Special Improvement District would provide funds to make the Stambaugh building more energy efficient.
The 87-year-old created a $491,000 scholarship endowment to benefit Windham High School graduates going to YSU.
The checkpoint will be held from 6 to 10 p.m Wednesday night, according to police.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on crime in Youngstown, Warren, Columbiana, and the surrounding areas.
The vehicles crashed on the bridge that crosses over Meridian Road Wednesday afternoon.
At 5’10” tall and weighing just 113 pounds, Deshawn Parker has been racing since he was a 16-year-old in high school.
A forensic scientist with the Bureau of Criminal Investigations testified that she found a DNA profile consistent with Fambro’s on a washclo…
This week, Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed a disaster declaration for the area and sent it off to Washington.
Two men were taken into custody near the Shenango Valley Mall during an investigation into numerous car thefts throughout the city.
The company is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Youngstown City Schools joins other Mahoning County school districts in putting its finances online.
A special ceremony was held Wednesday morning at the Rescue Mission’s Emergency Shelter in Youngstown.
Police impounded a vehicle the suspect was driving and are investigating.
The department’s post also called his ringtone “terrible.”
Flames had already filled the empty house of worship.
Eric Stone, of Newton Falls, was a junior Electrical Engineering student with a 4.0 grade point average.
The resident told officers he woke up from the gunshots but by the time he got up, the suspect was gone.
Police say that a Warren man was robbed of $300 after his vehicle broke down.
Police arrested a man living in the home on Lemont Drive and charged him with abuse of a corpse.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) programs are popping up more often in the area, specifically at Austintown Middle School.