A Jackson-Milton High School graduate was named Marine of the Year during a military gala in Washington, D.C.
Following complaints from residents in one neighborhood about drug activity, Niles officers began saturation patrols of the area.
Viewer Cecil Thomas sent in the above picture of a tree blocking W. Woodland Ave. in Youngstown.
REI stores nationwide, including a location in Columbus, will close Black Friday to promote outdoor family time for customers.
Police said the Springfield Township man sent nude photos to other teenagers during a three-month span beginning in January.
Thousands of mangoes were thrown across an Indianapolis interstate Wednesday, causing a major mess for drivers and crews.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on crime in the Mahoning Valley.
Emergency crews in Mercer County were called to Shenango River Lake after two people were thrown from a boat.
The videos of the confrontation between an officer and a female student stirred outrage.
The real estate market tends to slow down in the fall and winter months which creates a buyer’s market.
The Republican candidates for president will gather Wednesday for their third debate amid fresh volatility.
Fewer Ohio 8th-graders were deemed proficient in mathematics and reading compared to two years ago.
Two men were arrested Tuesday in Akron after police found a cache of weapons and drugs in their car.
A K-9 led troopers to several baggies in the trunk, which contained four pounds of marijuana.
A man was arrested in Cortland late Tuesday after police found guns in his car during a traffic stop.
Physicians agree that good eating habits are something that should start at an early age.
Dublin artist Jeanette Paras has designed the 374-pound pumpkin in the likeness of presidential candidate Donald Trump.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Ohio and surrounding areas.
Ten candidates made their case for three open seats on the district’s Board of Education during a forum Tuesday night.
Neighbors said they support a rehab facility, just not in their neighborhood.
To help with costs of treatment, there was a fundraiser on Tuesday night at Clark’s alma mater, Boardman High School.
On Tuesday, author Allan May visited Shepherd of the Valley in Poland to speak about organized crime in the region.