Youngstown police are investigating a shooting that ended with a woman with a heart condition being shot.
Warren police have identified a woman who was found dead and naked Friday night in Warren.
Police here are investigating after a man was struck and killed by a train early Saturday.
The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that a trim panel can cause unwanted acceleration in Nissan Versa small…
Ohio authorities are increasing patrols of the state's waterways to reduce accidents and deaths related to boating under the influence of dr…
The Ford Nature Center is a stately old house but needs updated. The push to get the house fixed up began with a party on the grounds and in…
The mother of an Austintown teen who was stabbed and left in a Mercer County landfill is pleading for answers in her daughter's murder.
HUBBARD, Ohio (WKBN) — The Youngstown Police Department took advantage of the beautiful weatheron Friday and held its annual memorial golf o…
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — The Covelli Centre is gearing up for a one of a kind show. It’s called Life in Color, the World’s Largest Paint P…
Celebrate Poland kicked off Friday night and the weekend promises to be a fun-filled celebration of history and entertainment.
A formal hearing will be held surrounding campaign finances with a former Youngstown mayoral candidate.
The goal of a two-day project in Warren is to clean up the city.
The U.S. Army confirms the identity of a victim of a 1952 military flight that crashed in Alaska with a Poland man's DNA.
The remnants of a C-124 military plane that wrecked in 1952 were found in Alaska.
A man who moved to Howland after spending 30 years in prison for murder is the main suspect in another killing.
Two men accused of murdering a realtor will head to trial in September and October.
Youngstown police arrested two men after they were found on the roof of an East Side School building.
A Trumbull County judge will rule on whether a murder suspect involved in a standoff at the Trumbull County Jail is competent to stand trial…
The driver will not be cited, according to authorities, and was not injured.
The Austintown school board approved the firing of John Dietz Friday morning, citing "inappropriate touching," among other reasons.