A house fire in Ellsworth Tuesday morning appears to have destroyed a family's home.
On the May 6 ballot, Austintown will vote on a $4.1 million bond issue to build a new Fitch High School. It'll cost homeowners an extra 12 d…
BP has decided not to proceed with development plans for Utica shale drilling in Trumbull County after the results of its first-quarter fina…
The heavy rain overnight wasn’t much help in containing a house fire in Trumbull County early Tuesday morning.
Drug testing is set to begin next school year at Boardman High School.
A panel convened in Youngstown questions how well charter schools are working in Ohio.
An investigation into a Howland fire uncovers some new details.
Animal adoptions are on hold at the Trumbull County Animal Welfare League this week. That's because they are preparing to move into a new fa…
The campaign to help lure United Airlines to the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport continues its tour around the Mahoning Valley.
If you have been thinking jobs in the booming oil and natural gas industry in this part of Ohio and Pennsylvania are just for men, think aga…
Spring has arrived in the Valley, which may not be welcomed news to allergy sufferers.
A Warren Internal Affairs Division investigation indicated that Warren Police Officer Reuben Shaw improperly took a car from a residential p…
A fire at Grovewood Manor on Hillman Street in Youngstown killed one woman Saturday.
Michael Marrara of Niles pleaded not guilty Monday to stealing nearly $100,000 from his church and had his bond set at $10,000.
Police arrested Takia Wright, 22, of Youngstown, on charges of felony assault and endangering children.
Richard Ware appeared in the Trumbull County Court of Common Pleas in Warren Monday on charges unrelated to the hostage situation.
Deadly tornadoes made there way through several states Sunday killing at 16 people and injuring others.
PHOTO GALLERY VILONIA, Ark. (AP) – Emergency officials on Monday began searching for survivors in the debris left by a powerful tornado that…
All that was required for admission was a donation to Operation Blessing.
Austintown residents began contacting WKBN around 7 p.m. Sunday night, indicating that they had no water at their homes.