Police sent WKBN photos from a house in Campbell where three people were arrested Thursday night into Friday morning, charged with using wea…
Police reported seeing open alcohol containers, guns and ammunition inside the house.
Changes in the delivery schedule and locations are prompting the protest.
A SUV hit a utility pole along Route 45.
Europe’s Philae lander is doing well and has succeeded in planting a thermometer in the comet where it touched down this week.
The NBA superstar doesn’t want his boys, 10-year-old LeBron Jr. and 7-year-old Bryce, to play organized football.
Penn State says about 115 tickets for Saturday’s home game against Temple have been stolen.
A state Supreme Court justice says language on gay marriage, pro or con, doesn’t belong in the Ohio Constitution.
Police were serving an arrest warrant when they entered the house.
The annual Christmas parade in New Castle marks the beginning of the season and introduces residents to hidden gems.
The son of a Mahoning County judge is expected to plead guilty to criminal charges next week.
WKBN 27 First News received many emails and comments from parents, especially about the $50 insurance fee.
Doctors say some new trials are promising for survival rates.
students are earning points by engaging in the day’s lesson.
No jobs will be lost during the merger since many positions were eliminated through attrition.
The U.S. Energy Department predicts the price of gas will stay below the $3 mark through 2015.
Many are concerned about this year and what the extremes will be. There are several factors to examine when doing long range forecasting.
The plows are on and the trucks are ready for Mother Nature.
The parents of a teen who died following a bus accident in Youngstown say they have more questions than answers in the tragic event.
WKBN is turning purple Thursday in support of Don Guthrie, as well as all those battling pancreatic cancer.