University of Dayton researchers are using a federal grant to develop a smartphone app to make it easier for crime victims to access support…
A local businessman was arrested after gunfire erupted in Lordstown.
Police arrested Corey Phillips for the death of Jahmia Ward, 23, of New Castle.
Spectators at the New-York Historical Society gathered around the mysterious bronze box as workers wearing surgical gloves removed 26 screws…
Forecasters have projected another two named Atlantic storms for the rest of this year’s season that ends Nov. 30.
One of the planes hit a canyon wall and disintegrated, spilling pieces of the twin-engine aircraft onto State Highway 140.
The new charges include improper disposal of human remains, embezzlement, larceny, forgery, falsifying official documents and acting as a fu…
South Range veteran Coach Dan Yeagley and Athletic Director Wayne Allegretto have been placed on indefinite administrative leave, after the …
A CNN video shows two kangaroos boxing on a street near Sydney, Australia.
One family in Columbiana is hoping to help their son cope with Autism in a new and interesting way via a service dog.
The man’s attorney said his client is being targeted because he is a whistle blower.
There are only five nationally accredited health departments in the state of Ohio and only 54 in the nation
Workers were busy Wednesday hanging garland and putting up other holiday decorations.
The Boardman, Austintown and Struthers school districts, along with the Mahoning County High School in Youngstown, will use the grant funds,
The team of five loaded up today headed for the Ohio State University Gray Course.
With the help of the grant, the group’s mission is to provide local, organic food to residents.
A neighbor said she heard what sounded like gunshots between noon and 1 p.m. Wednesday.
View a collection of data from the Centers for Disease Control, put into one helpful graphic by WKBN.
A new barn is up after a devastating fire earlier this year at an animal sanctuary in Ravenna.
The accident happened along George Jr. Road in Grove City.
Jamel Smith pleaded guilty to the 2012 shooting death of Oneil Williams.
The player said he was left taped to the goal for 15 to 20 minutes before a passers-by heard his screams and freed him.