On Sunday, a Warren man called 911 for a possible burglary in process but ended up getting charged and taken to jail.
At the beginning of April, eight rabbits were found alongside 14 dead ones in a wooded area off of Hewitt-Gifford road.
U.S. Representative Tim Ryan said giving federal contracts to local companies makes good sense.
The Mahoning County Extension in Canfield offers several free services to the community, including insect identification.
A year ago, deputies first teamed up with the local U.S. Marshal’s Task Force to round up eighteen unregistered offenders in what was called…
Students at Struthers High School learned about safe driving during a presentation at the school Monday.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office has arrested nearly a dozen convicted sex offenders for failing to properly register.
Marquan White is also accused of killing Antwon Martinez, who was found in Youngstown with multiple gunshot wounds in 2014.
WKBN 27 Investigates followed the cadets through all of their training, from the first day of class back in February to the final part of th…
Police are still looking for the suspect.
The 2016 season begins Saturday May 28 and concludes Saturday September 3.
Police reported that Roman just barely missed them before jumping out of the car and running.
Investigators say Emerine sexually assaulted an 11-year-old girl last April and a 13-year-old girl in June.
Several of the local runners shared their stories with WKBN.
Police made 53 traffic stops during the blitz.
The Boston Athletic Association and AT&T have also set up an official Boston Marathon App.
Investigators say gunfire broke out after Robert Kramer Jr. and 28-year-old Joshua Moss got into an argument over a set of keys
The magnitude 2.2 quake struck was centered 12 miles ESE of Titusville, PA.
The West Market Street bridge over the Routes 5 and 82 bypass in Leavittsburg is closing Monday for six months.
Candles were lifted and bagpipes played a hymn for Smith, who was shot and killed last weekend in a standoff.
Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf signed the bill into law Sunday afternoon surrounded by a jubilant crowd of supporters at the state Capitol.
Ohio raised the speed limit along rural interstates from 65 mph to 70 mph in July 2013.