A Campbell man with a history of probation violations could be heading back to prison after a traffic stop yielded an illegal weapon.
Every morning, employees and customers at Bob Evans in Boardman recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
The return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers is good news not only for fans, but also for businesses.
A Salem man was seriously injured in the Wednesday morning crash.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Amphitheater at Lake Milton.
The mayor of Warren is fighting to make sure his city gets a piece of a settlement over the housing market crash.
When Sharon firefighters are not battling blazes, they are out inspecting houses for property code violations.
A local business lends a hand to help refresh the log cabin in downtown Warren.
Concern grows for a local resident with family ties in the Middle East as violence there continues to escalate.
The past doesn't have to be confined to textbooks. That's the lesson area grade-schoolers got Friday at a simulated archeological dig in Boa…
Jamar Houser was back in court Friday facing gun charges.
Six adults are facing potential legal charges after a May 14 incident.
A new place to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee or just relax could be coming to downtown Youngstown.
WKBN's news team has uncovered new details in the investigation into an employee of Bugno Towing and Recovery.
The man's bond has been set at $1 million.
Festivals celebrating jazz, the arts and Greek heritage highlight this weekend's happenings.
A new oilfield plant is holding a job fair in Boardman Friday.
A group of wildlife advocates has taken to social media to gain support for their efforts after Mill Creek MetroParks authorized the euthani…
WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) — Food, fun and the FOP: Those three things came together Thursday for kids at Trumbull County Children Services in Warr…
The technology hub was the first of four created by the Obama administration to re-invigorate U.S. manufacturing.