Saturday was a special day in Boardman, as the community came together for the dedication of the new turf at Boardman Stadium.
Route 11 in Lisbon has reopened after a one vehicle crash Saturday night.
Dozens of community officials and residents came out to express their concern and to voice what they feel is the solution to a heroin epidem…
The mural depicts various buildings in the city, including Stambaugh Field, Beeghly Center and the YSU Tower.
Safe Kids USA and Akron Children’s Hospital teamed up Saturday with Sweeney Chevrolet in Boardman for a car seat safety check.
A bit of Civil War history was being relived in Columbiana County over the weekend
Event organizers expected to collect about three trailers or 60 to 70,000 pounds of electronics in just five hours.
Neighbors and residents gathered outside 869 Detroit Avenue while crews put out the blaze.
Heavy monsoon rains and flash floods have killed 128 people in Pakistan and 108 people in India, officials said Saturday, as forecasters war…
A Cincinnati man could face the death penalty after a jury took less than a day to convict him of aggravated murder in the slaying of a 79-y…
Pennsylvania voters have cast ballots electronically for years, but a voter-rights group plans to argue before the state’s highest court tha…
Two people are facing theft charges after allegedly teaming up to steal a woman’s wallet.
More than a dozen homes were evacuated Saturday morning after a fire at a natural gas well site owned by Hilcorp Energy Co.
State regulators in Ohio suspended operations at two deep injection wells for fracking wastewater in northeast Ohio on Friday after discover…
Football players were not the ones feeling the heat Friday night as the crowds packed in for the Friday night games.
As part of Stand Up To Cancer, WKBN is focusing on the fight against cancer right here in the Valley.
A Trumbull County school employee was in court Friday answering charges of having a gun on school property.
The Trumbull County Board of Elections must remove the issues from the ballot.
The NAACP says the distress commission overseeing Youngstown city schools and local leaders are too focused on administration.
A teen who was branded with a tobacco can describes the painful ordeal.