Batavia, NY (WKBN)- For the second night in a row, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers grabbed an early lead in the top of the first inning. And f…
GEARS is designed to give area youth something to do this summer.
A tough man competition was held to raise money that will go towards fallen firefighters.
Bikers from across the area gathered for a 100 mile safety ride in Canfield.
A local farmer’s market reopens for the summer in its newest location
A former local man is in trouble with the police over an alleged robbery and assault in Grandville, Mich.
Concerned citizens in Campbell made some calls and it resulted in two arrests.
Youngstown, OH (WKBN) – Hundreds of kids across the valley attended football camps Saturday led by NFL players Brad Smith and Mario Manningh…
Police are investigating two shootings in recent days at a housing complex in New Castle, Pa.
The newborn daughter of a western Pennsylvania woman who was pregnant when she was fatally shot last month has now also died.
A bill allowing Philadelphia residents to carry small amounts of marijuana won’t stop police from making arrests for the marijuana.
A man with a diminished IQ finds out his fate after being convicted of setting a fire that killed eight.
Health officials given updates on how to handle the Measles outbreak in Ohio.
Governor John Kasich signs five bills into law this week.
Fire crews contain a five acre brush fire in California.
Legislation regarding electronic cigarettes is unveiled in Washington.
Vice President Joe Biden says I told you so in regards to Iraq.
The Scrappers squandered a 3-0 lead, and left a total of 15 runners on base in a 7-4 loss to the Batavia Muckdogs Friday.
Rain may have stalled events at the race track in Salem, but the weather didn’t stop the fun.
A group of youngsters from Warren are getting ready for a trip to Columbus where they plan on debating state lawmakers.