Puddles of water on the streets in Leavittsburg are a minor problem now, but could be a possible sign of bigger flooding issues ahead as the…
All that snow that was dumped on the Valley at the beginning of the week is melting, creating black ice on roadways.
The Ohio House has voted on whether schools can take up to four additional days off this year because of the winter season's extreme weather…
Growers expect temperatures this winter killed buds on the vines for certain varieties of grapes.
The heavy snow and winds have caused sporadic power outages across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys.
Four to six inches of snow fell across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys Monday night into Tuesday morning.
The water trapped in the snowpack will become runoff and enter the streams and rivers. Those streams already have ice on them, which could c…
All the cold we have seen so far this winter season may actually help bring better weather through the rest of winter and early spring.
Residents with fire hydrants on their property are reminded to keep them free of ice and snow.
Sunday snow storm.
After a few days reprieve, Mahoning Valley drivers were "treated" to another round of slick roads.
The latest round of snowfall on Sunday has prompted a travel advisory for the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Piles of snow in parking lots should not be any higher than 4 or 5 feet and should be kept back off the intersection so they do not obstruct…
The threshold for wind chill factor set by the NWS when it comes to school delays or closings is 15 degrees below zero.
Mother Nature may be throwing lemons our way, but some have learned to turn all that white stuff into lemonade.
From a winter storm, beautiful images emerge to create a winter wonderland.
Local governments in Ohio might get some help soon replenishing their dwindling road salt supplies.
The never ending winter. Several inches of snow fell across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys Wednesday.
Roadways across the Mahoning and Shenango valleys are snow covered and speed limits have been reduced.
WKBN First News This Morning will begin a half hour early on Wednesday to keep viewers up to date on the storm.