Right now, no team in the NBA is rolling like the Cavs.
The Warren City School District is testing new security cameras that may replace older models.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there have been at least 102 confirmed measles cases in 14 states in 2015.
The shooting happened about 1 p.m. Thursday as students were changing classes.
The shooting left two male students with injuries that were not life-threatening.
Of Ohio’s approximately 50,000 prisoners, one in eight has a history of addiction.
The fire happened on Shields Road near Market Street.
The Paradise Bar will close temporarily while its permit holder and bar manager discuss a security plan.
The promotions are a result of retirements in the fire department.
Small businesses already enjoy a 75 percent reduction on the first $250,000 in income.
The consolidation will allow clients suffering from both emotional disorders and substance addictions to receive the help they need from a s…
Organizers believe low-tech still has a role in learning.
Two trains going opposite directions hit a car at a crossing in northeast Ohio.
Although November and December were relatively mild months this season, things have turned around dramatically the past six weeks.
The officer was suspended after the release of the report.
South Avenue in Youngstown is an especially bumpy ride for drivers.
The road is expected to be open by 8 p.m.
WKBN is keeping you updated on violence in and around the Valley.
Joseph Faunda was indicted on charges of aggravated murder, murder, aggravated robbery and receiving stolen property.
In the mental health arena, release forms might as well be a brick wall for some families.