It is recommending that all affected customers boil their water for at least one minute before drinking or using for cooking.
Last week, Beverly was charged after an undercover investigation into heroin trafficking in Boardman.
Earlier this year, Paris was arrested after police say he hit his uncle in the head with a kitchen sink.
The crash happened on Tuesday afternoon at the South Avenue extension.
Barrett told police that he was chasing his daughter as a prank and to discipline her, according to a police report.
The Canfield Fair Foundation announced that it received nine leadership gifts and one anonymous gift, totaling $950,000.
The department now has a staff of 127.
Students evacuated the building on Tuesday morning so the fire department could inspect it.
A bus driver and an aide reported seeing Tindell punching and kicking her daughter while she was on the ground.
Youngstown police are investigating after a man told them he was stabbed because he pulled into a gas pump before another man.
Candidates for Youngstown mayor talked business and their plans to grow opportunities in the city of Youngstown.
WKBN dug into its archives for past news coverage on Black Monday.
Police said the 3-week-old’s clothing had blood on it but the child was not injured.
Union members will continue voting for the next few days and then the board of trustees will vote. If it’s rejected, the faculty could go on…
Officers made two arrests for OVI during Friday night’s sobriety checkpoint on State Route 46.
A new study says many teens get their first tattoo around 9th grade and that half of all teens have at least one piercing.
WKBN First News looked into how 2017’s hurricane season measures up to other years.
Her idea for changing health care in Ohio if elected governor includes what she calls “market-based, consumer-driven solutions.”
Hundreds of people from the area chipped in to help fill the truck, bringing things like water, bleach, and canned food.
State Route 62 was shut down for about an hour while the scene was cleared.
Police said they found clothing worn in robberies in Hermitage, New Wilmington and New Castle in the suspect’s home.
Prosecutors say the business failed to pay more than $13,000 for premiums to the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.