The WKBN Caring for Our Community campaign spent the day picking up trash and recyclables with the Green Team
Hundreds walked around Courthouse Square in downtown Warren Friday night into Saturday for the annual Relay For Life.
The event is likely the single-largest local fundraiser to benefit the Easter Seals campaign in the Valley.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on crime in Youngstown, Warren, Columbiana, and the surrounding areas.
Find out how many chemicals are released by Valley companies, according to 2014 results of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Five years ago: Osama bin Laden was killed by elite American forces at his Pakistan compound.
27 Investigates Reporter Amanda Smith gets an inside look at the eight week process that it takes for cadets to become firefighters.
A medical help website, has created “Faces of Heroin,” which helps make clear the horrible visible side effects of heroin use or opioid abus…
It was Mahoning County Sheriff’s deputies against Youngstown Police officers in a battle to see who would be declared basketball champions.
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All 31 first-round picks from the 2016 NFL Draft.
A look back at the No. 1 overall picks of the NFL Draft for the last 20 years.
April 28, 2016, marks the 50th anniversary of when the first car came off the assembly line at General Motors Lordstown.
Here is a look at notable NFL player suspensions since Roger Goodell became the commissioner on September 1, 2006.
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Pop music superstar Prince died at his home in suburban Minneapolis on April 21, 2016. He was 57.
The Mahoning County Sheriff’s Office has arrested nearly a dozen convicted sex offenders for failing to properly register.
The remains of Corporal Dennis Buckley, who was captured by Chinese forces in 1951, returned to the Youngstown area on Tuesday.