WKBN has covered these arrests in and around the Mahoning Valley in the month of September 2016.
Major Brent Davis is getting ready to run his first marathon, with a goal of raising $30,000 for the Rescue Mission.
The arrests were made by a newly-formed human trafficking task force, working to combat prostitution in Mahoning County.
Police said Quimby passed out after drinking a bottle of vodka, and his child fell out of a second story window.
All students can continue to wear regularly approved clothes to school through the end of the month.
The show will be Sunday, November 13 with Brett Eldredge and special guest Maren Morris.
There are several local events planned to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.
Prosecutors say Bunkley also had a firearm, although he is a convicted felon.
There are no hydrants anywhere near the farm, so the local fire departments had to use a water shuttle.
Abu was arrested with 4 other men after police reported finding fake credit cards and a machine to make them in the car.
Home Savings will acquire Premier Bank and Trust. The deal is worth about $40 million.
Police said the woman crossed over from the eastbound lane to the westbound lane and hit a pole.
The Ohio Turnpike Commission is exploring some big changes in how motorists travel through tolling stations.
A three-day music festival kicked off Friday in Austintown, but the event is more than just a concert.
Thirteen veterans were honored with a plaque at the tenth annual Patriot Day tribute ceremony in Austintown.
An officer said the driver skidded to a stop as a school bus was dropping kids off on Prospect Street.
Police Sergeant Bill Ward was responding to a fatal car crash Sunday, when a downed electric wire shocked him.
GI Bill benefits are grants, which means there’s no debt there for the government to forgive.
This fall semester, 285 more students enrolled than last year, making for a 2.3 percent increase.
A thermostat at one end of the building read 85 degrees on Thursday.