Former Youngstown mayoral candidate Demaine Kitchen filed an amended campaign finance report on Tuesday showing he has repaid some of a $4,0…
A Warren woman celebrating a huge milestone got a surprise Tuesday morning.
A reward is being offered for the capture of a man wanted in a Youngstown shooting.
Both labor and deliver and the neonatal intensive care units are moving from St. Elizabeth's campus in Youngstown to the hospital on Market …
Students at a new high school for teens with autism share their day and educational opportunities.
Election workers said turnout for the first day of early voting in Mahoning County was steady.
A foot doctor from Howland is in the Trumbull County jail charged with child pornography.
The Cafaro Foundation is joining forces to bring regular airline service to the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – During the off-season, several NFL players like to give back to their hometown communities. On Tuesday, a member o…
Pinwheels filled the lawn of a local hospital on Tuesday in recognition of abused children.
Kids at Mesopotamia Elementary in North Bloomfield are showing off shiny new smiles.
Court records say the driver of an SUV has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide in a crash with an Amish buggy that killed one pe…
The Passion of Jesus according to St. Luke was performed Monday by the Dana School of Music students and staff.
An app developed by a senior from Grove City College helps athletes and recruiters connect.
A leaking gas pump at the Sunoco gas station in Hubbard resulted in HazMat responding to the scene.
A group of residents living in downtown Youngstown is considering starting a council that would help address problems unique to the downtown…
Rotary International is selling purple crocus pins to support the fight against polio.
The Williamson College of Business Administration recently made Military Times' list of Best Business Schools for Veterans.
Tens of thousands of fans flocked to PNC Park on Monday for the Pittsburgh Pirates opening day.
In Ohio, which has traditionally been a swing state, Republicans started measures that limited the times polls are open.