Strong winds early Thursday forced a tree down in Niles and several power lines across the Valley.
Power is out across the street in the Best Buy plaza. It’s also out on the south side of Route 224 all the way to Burger King.
The Justice Department said Wednesday night that the two conversations took place last year when Sessions was a senator.
The 22-man unit has been working without contract for 14 month. One of them spoke out at Wednesday’s council meeting.
More than 158,000 concealed carry licenses were issued, the largest number since licenses were first issued in 2004.
A Springfield PD officer called the WKBN newsroom around 7:20 p.m. Wednesday and said they are without service.
The response was huge, as crews from at least nine agencies outside of Howland showed up for help.
The portion of the road in Beaver Township reopened Thursday evening.
Robert Goad admitted to the court why he has been in and out of jail.
U.S. Marshals are looking for a suspect, charged with trafficking in heroin in Mahoning County.
Investigators said Glay violated the terms of probation and has several warrants for his arrest.
Kelvin Burks, who had warrants out of Youngstown and Alabama, was eventually arrested on South Racoon Road.
Millions of those dollars are needed for much-needed projects in the Mahoning and Shenango valleys alone.
Children and victim’s advocates raised a flag Wednesday honoring 5-week-old Aubriana Wilson.
WKBN investigates looks at why concert tickets are often sold out within minutes.
Police say Andrew Ryan shattered the motel’s lobby window when told he couldn’t rent for just one hour.
Police said the incident stemmed from a family dispute regarding Hamad dating the mother of one of the victims.
Rachel Cella, 26, was found lying in a grassy area just off of State Route 46 on Monday.
The lake was just one of the properties sold at the auditor’s auction on Wednesday.
Prosecutors say Shayne Mascarella, 23, sold heroin to a person identified as L.Z.
Jennings was arrested last year for the same crime. He told police that he wanted to go to jail.
Donations tend to taper off in March and April, so Second Harvest has a food drive then annually.