Supporters of retired Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi danced to pop tunes praising the military and sported T-shirts bearing his image a…
Authorities in Cleveland say a woman has been killed after her car went over a cliff at a park.
Bigfoot enthusiasts converged on a northern Pennsylvania town to swap theories about the creatures.
Authorities say a Wayne Township teenager has died after the ATV he was riding on ran off the road and struck two trees in western Pennsylva…
An armed man suspected in a home invasion held a SWAT team at bay for more than two hours Sunday before fatally shooting himself in the head…
Flags at public buildings and grounds throughout Ohio are flying at half-staff to honor those who have died serving the country.
Movie crews are returning to Cleveland this summer.
A 17-year-old girl in Youngstown is recovering from several stab wounds.
Alumni and friends of Woodrow Wilson High School got together for a very special dinner on Sunday night to honor 18 new inductees to the sch…
MERCER COUNTY, Pa. (WKBN) — Munnell Run Farm took a step back in time this weekend. The farm, which is managed by the Mercer County Conserva…
A community is honoring their friends, families, and heroes Sunday with a pre-Memorial Day celebration.
A Mahoning Valley native will be putting her cooking chops to the test in front of millions of viewers.
The Gate Church in North Lima is using their newly purchased space to boost the local economy.
The Ohio Senate is going to talk about ways to prevent identity theft for military members this week
Crews were busy Sunday morning battling a vacant house fire in Coitsville.
The Youngstown Police Department is looking to hire seven new officers.
Sunday saw the conclusion of National Dog Bite Prevention Week.
Youngstown Police have released the name of the victim of the city’s third homicide of the year.
It was Friday night when Elliot Rodger’s mother got a call from her son’s therapist that he had emailed a ranting manifesto about going on a…
With the Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial start to summer, you’ll probably start seeing a lot more motorcycles on the roads.