Employees from WKBN and Dallas W. Hartman Attorneys at Law lend a helping hand to Habitat for Humanity
Oscar De la Renta, who dressed first ladies, socialites and Hollywood stars for more than four decades, died Oct. 20 at his Connecticut home…
Several crews were called in to help battle the blaze at the house on the grounds of the Firestone Tire testing facility.
A routine traffic stop in Campbell turned into a drug arrest.
The Patriots squared off against the division rival New York Jets Thursday night on WKBN 27.
Tallmadge police keep watch on a home where Amber Joy Vinson stayed.
See how we got to where we are with the global Ebola outbreak.
The Royals are headed back to the World Series for the first time since beating the St. Louis Cardinals in seven games in 1985
President Barack Obama, speaking at the end of a meeting with U.S. and allied military leaders, declared that the “the world is not doing en…
President Barack Obama canceled a campaign trip to address the outbreak.
A gourd weighing 2,058 pounds took first prize and set a new tournament record Monday at an annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern Cali…
The bus carrying between 50 and 60 people crashed about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday on Interstate 65 in Indiana.
Cleveland avenged a 30-27 week one loss to Pittsburgh Sunday.
City owned buildings in Youngstown are part of the blight problem.
The second and final lunar eclipse of 2014 happened in the early hours of Wednesday, Oct. 8th.
Wednesday morning was the perfect time to view a lunar eclipse and the blood moon.
Liberty Township Police, with the help of other agencies, arrested nine women and two men on Wednesday on prostitution-related charges in a …
After a four-wheeler accident the weekend of Sept. 19 that injured Nick Wells and Colin Burdette, Hubbard community members showed support.
New data shows which vehicles get the most traffic tickets.
WKBN employees and family members are showing their support for breast cancer victims Wednesday.