The Steel Valley Cluster dog show, now in its 24th year, is one of the top five largest outdoor dog shows in the U.S.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on crime in the Mahoning Valley.
An Israeli vet operated on an African lion, 8, to remove a tumor from its stomach. The animal weighs 440 pounds.
Urban Meyer and Brutus Buckeye join the traditional Butter Cow at the Ohio State Fair.
The Mahoning Valley Law Enforcement Task Force and the U.S. Marshals Service is looking for the last nine of 37 drug trafficking suspects.
The fire on the pool deck of the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas hotel-casino caused evacuations and the cause of the fire has not been determined.
Train enthusiasts between Youngstown and Ashtabula headed to the tracks Saturday to see the first run of a passenger steam locomotive.
One person died when multiple vehicles collided on I-65 in Johnson County.
The Lafayette Police Department has confirmed that they believe the shooter is dead.
The family believes the fire was intentionally set.
Crowds gathered for a memorial service for Lance Cpl. Squire Wells, known as “Skip”.
Photos of the individuals indicted during a heroin trafficking investigation.
Ohio Governor John Kasich announces his intended run for President of the United States.
Criminal charges have been filed against five men accused of distributing roughly $100,000 worth of heroin.
Surfer Mick Fanning said at first he swam away but then decided to defend himself and turned to punch the shark.
Black Educators for Justice held a rally Saturday at the S.C. statehouse, and the KKK held a rally on the opposite side of the building.
Construction continues on the new Boardman, OH stadium.
Sunset and lightning.
An undercover operation at a local hotel resulted in the arrests of 10 people on prostitution-related charges Wednesday night.
How did Mill Creek Park go from seemingly normal status to closed in a matter of weeks? WKBN has a recap here.
A photo gallery of different space flight missions from the era of Apollo 11 to the current Pluto mission.
Walt Disney’s Disneyland opened in Anaheim, California on July 17, 1955.