“King James” will return to his throne in the 2014-15 season for the Cavaliers after revealing his plans in an SI.com article.
A body found in the Allegheny River near Pittsburgh’s 40th Street Bridge has been identified as that of a man swept away by fast-moving curr…
A former top pediatric cancer doctor was sentenced to a year and one day in prison Friday following his guilty plea to a charge of accessing…
LeBron James has said he is coming home.
WKBN’s news team has uncovered new details in the investigation into an employee of Bugno Towing and Recovery.
Ohio’s overpayment of food-stamp benefits last year exceeded the national average, according to state numbers.
The man’s bond has been set at $1 million.
Festivals celebrating jazz, the arts and Greek heritage highlight this weekend’s happenings.
Hubbard Running Back L.J. Scott has verbally committed to play college football at Michigan State.
The Bulldogs will look to end their 10-game losing streak when they welcome McDonald in week one.
The ‘Hounds make the move to Class A in 2014.
Head coach P.J. Mays returns for his second season after a 1-9 mark in 2013.
Farrell will not open the 2014 campaign against Sharon but a home matchup with Erie East.
Dozens of companies, including Apple, Honda and Coca-Cola, have agreed to pay their suppliers more quickly in a bid to boost small businesse…
A western Pennsylvania judge has declined to reduce the 4Â½- to nine-year prison sentences of a man and woman in the malnutrition and dehydr…
A new oilfield plant is holding a job fair in Boardman Friday.
A group of wildlife advocates has taken to social media to gain support for their efforts after Mill Creek MetroParks authorized the euthani…
WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) — Food, fun and the FOP: Those three things came together Thursday for kids at Trumbull County Children Services in Warr…
Having extra abdominal fat can be hazardous to your health.
The technology hub was the first of four created by the Obama administration to re-invigorate U.S. manufacturing.