Brookfield’s Bailey Drapola hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to seal a 44-43 win over Struthers Monday night.
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force, in collaboration with State Highway Patrol, released the results of an OVI traffic enforcement blitz on …
Despite a phone call from a “well-known” person in Iowa over the weekend, Sen. Charles Grassley says he won’t endorse a presidential candida…
President Obama promises his last State of the Union will be unorthodox.
Emily Grandy’s three-point play towards the end of regulation Monday gave West Middlesex the win over Greenville 52-49.
Name your favorite social media site, and chances are the White House is already plugged in.
The Kline sisters helped pace Newton Falls to their 13th win of the season Monday as the Tigers beat Hubbard.
WKBN asked Mill Creek MetroPark officials when its ice rink would be up and running.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has no plans to pardon Steven Avery and says its “case closed” until new evidence is presented.
Walters was charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing a roadway after he climbed up onto the sign near Rosa L. Parks Blvd. last Tuesda…
The Lady Raiders improve to 12-2 overall.
With more snow on the way, the Ohio and Pennsylvania departments of transportation are ready for your morning commute.
Stone plans to finish his commitment to the U.S. Air Force then use his veteran benefits to pursue a college degree.
“Flat Stanley” came to WKBN from Miss Patton’s second grade class at Horizon Science Academy.
The Powerball jackpot continues to climb, with Wednesday’s drawing reaching a world-record of $1.4 billion.
More people around the world have smartphones than ever before. With that comes a long list of carriers and pricey plans.
Albany Police say it happened Saturday night around 7 p.m.
President and CEO Akio Toyoda wants Lexus to become “a more emotional brand,” he told journalists at the Detroit show.
Honda thinks there is a nice market for people who don’t want a “truck-like” pickup truck. The new mid-size Ridgeline is for them.
Ammon Bundy told reporters the documents will be used to “expose” how the government has discriminated local ranchers.