Hunger Action Month puts a face on the sobering statistics of a nationwide problem.
Niles city auditor Charles Nadar is retiring. His last day on the job is Sept. 15.
Bacteria levels at Lake Newport inside Mill Creek Park remain high – similar to what they were last week.
A grand jury charged Joe Yurich with aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehiclular assault and two counts of operating a vehicle whil…
Farrell City Council voted Wednesday night to create a civil service commission to seek a police chief.
Ohio State Representative Sean O’Brien, D-Bazetta, wants to better address drug treatment for pregnant women.
Mahoning Commissioners held their bi-weekly meeting near the Canfield Fair to mark opening Day.
WKBN is keeping you up-to-date on police activity in the Mahoning Valley.
The couples who originally sued in the case have asked a judge to punish Davis with fines but not jail time.
The inmate, who has not been identified, was found unresponsive around 12:30 a.m. on Aug. 27 during a routine welfare check.
The suit accuses the funeral home of losing a body and dressing the wrong corpse.
Social media exploded Thursday morning when a federal judge issued his ruling.
Hurricane Ignacio is kicking up high surf along parts of Hawaii.
A total of three guns were found at two schools in Columbus.
Investigators used maintenance records to match a serial number found on the wing part with the missing Boeing.
Youngstown State’s schedule is highlighted by trips to Ann Arbor, South Bend and West Lafayette.
Brady has insisted he played no role in a conspiracy to deflate footballs below the allowable limit at last season’s AFC championship game.
Police revealed the results of DNA tests Thursday.
Critics say a fifty-fold increase in crude shipments has put millions of people living or working near the tracks at heightened risk of dera…
Police say the vehicle struck a utility pole along Route 305.