Police in Hermitage are looking for a suspect who robbed a local store at knifepoint.
The Butler Institute of American Art has acquired a 300-pound bronze sculpture of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Federal regulators are investigating whether Ford Motor Co. should expand a 2013 safety recall of diesel trucks.
WKBN has a more detailed schedule about MLK Day events and closings.
A new law in the City of Warren is putting the responsibility on property owners to clean up graffiti on their buildings.
The public got a look at a new $9 million assisted living and memory care center in North Jackson on Sunday
Joseph P. Consiglio served over 30 years with Weathersfield Police Department, the past 12 years serving as chief.
Surveys being sent to area manufacturers.
The Catholic Church and its members continue to recognize the impact of the 1973 Supreme Court decision, Roe V. Wade.
Pursuit began on state Route 11.
Artist awarded a gold key will move onto a competition in New York City.
The chairman also hopes to see changes in education with the Wolf administration.
Freestyle Karate took what it does on the road Saturday for a show and tell.
An investigation is underway involving the theft of purses from the Eastwood Mall.
Four people are charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and possessing chemicals used to manufacture the drug.
The refinery project will convert natural gas to a cleaner type of diesel fuel.
The Klondike Derby is an annual winter event for boys 11 to 17 aimed at building scout skills in an outdoor environment.
Parents need to be their kids’ good judgement online, experts said.
Mahoning County Engineer Pat Ginnetti said the county spends a couple hundred thousand dollars a year fixing potholes.
Bishop George Murry said the governor chose him as one of two clergy in the group and the only member from the Valley.