Tire dumping remains a big issue in Youngstown. The newest pile was found near Lincoln Park.
The OVI checkpoint, funded by federal grant funds, are planned to deter and intercept impaired drivers.
A black bear was killed Thursday night along Route 82, near Champion Township.
The Obama administration directed America’s public schools to now allow transgender students to use restrooms matching their gender identity…
The Department of Transportation’s request for additional financial information led to another delayed launch date.
The weather held out Friday for an end-of-the-year celebration for students at South Range Middle School.
The task force says it will be utilizing roving DUI patrols, as well as fixed sobriety checkpoints on targeted roadways throughout the Merce…
Dartmouth coach promises players: “You will never tackle another Dartmouth football player.”
The mother is accused of trying to kill herself and her two children in Swoyersville, Pa.
Sharon Police said Quaker Steak and Lube has addressed numerous safety concerns that the city had after previous events.
Former inmates are finding help re-entering society and finding employment.
The WKBN Caring for Our Community campaign spent the day picking up trash and recyclables with the Green Team
The messages made references to body parts and included insulting name calling.
The latest weather forecast for Youngstown, Warren Austintown, Boardman, Sharon, Lisbon and East Palestine.
Police in Niles have identified two people they believe are responsible for stealing an elderly woman’s purse.
Damous was found shot to death on November 23, 2014, inside a van in the drive of a home on Lexington Avenue.
Students from several high schools joined together to help fight cancer.
Bernard Barnes, 57, is facing charges in relation to the death of Kenneth Evans, shot on Youngstown’s west side.
Warren JFK hires former Harding associate head basketball coach to guide their program.
The departments said when schools are notified that a student is transgender, the school must treat the student consistent with his or her g…