Drivers from across Ohio took to the streets of Youngstown today to protest for livable wages.
Gavin Campbell, 15, is collecting police department patches from all over the U.S. after help from East Liverpool police.
The Davis Family YMCA hosted the 12th annual Pooch Pentathalon on Sunday.
Richard Bates was arrested in connection with a shooting at Chipper’s Sports Bar and Grille in Austintown.
Sheri Streitferdt’s loved ones hosted a benefit dinner Sunday to help pay for her radiation treatment.
Santiago said he was nervous when he saw the masked man due to media coverage of clowns chasing people
The man’s ATV crashed into a concrete barrier. He was sent to the hospital with critical injuries.
That, and other crime reported in Canfield.
The Jeep lost control while driving over a set of railroad tracks and flipped.
The man was cited for OVI, failure to wear a seatbelt and failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead.
The man was taken to Trumbull Memorial Hospital after being caught in Lordstown.
Richmond sued YSU earlier this week after school officials said he couldn’t play in games this season.
People shaved their heads while others took pies to the face.
The Major County, Oklahoma, sheriff’s office said on its Facebook page that 32-year-old Andrew Foy was arrested Friday.
The Berlin Center winery was the first to open in Mahoning County and makes up to 10,000 gallons of wine yearly.
Today, volunteers from WKBN and Braking Point Recovery Center worked hard to build a house with Habitat for Humanity.
Forty years ago Tuesday marks the beginning of the end of steel dominating the Youngstown area’s economy.
September 19, 1977 — the day known as Black Monday — was when the first of the area’s large mills closed.
Heartland Christian School teamed up with the Rescue Mission to raise money and encourage a spirit of service in its students.
Bill Weiser said kids today do not know what soldiers went through in the Korean and Vietnam wars.
A large number of the students WKBN talked to either didn’t know about the controversial football player or didn’t care.
This year, the school district will be supplying treats that follow federal nutritional guidelines and are free of common food allergens.