Youngstown State’s power has helped them win 29-games this year and are hopeful it could lead to a Horizon League championship.
The woman told police that she and her friend went to his house on Kenilworth Avenue to buy marijuana from him.
Men who used to work in the CIA and FBI shared procedures to help school leaders prepare for the eighth grade class trip to the nation’s cap…
On Tuesday, WKBN got a tour of the plant and a closer look at the manufacturing floor.
Township Trustee Jim Davis said it is time for an upgrade at the park, which will add to the dog park and splash pad already in place.
The study commissioned by AAA’s safety foundation said it’s not possible to set a blood-test threshold for THC that can reliably determine i…
Polls suggest that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton will face each other in November.
Forty-three-year-old Missy Ginnetti lost her battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
Experts say tackling student debt can be tough without a plan.
Police are investigating unrelated thefts at a Warren dentist’s office and from the Mahoning Valley Association of the Deaf.
The mother of a woman strangled in north Philadelphia says the suspect sent a text message of apology to her.
Every second Saturday in May, the National Association of Letter Carriers puts on its Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
William Fambro was convicted of shooting Teresa Hunter at the Riverview Motel in October.
A Giant Eagle customer reached out to WKBN, concerned that people weren’t being notified of the contamination.
The ordinance forced panhandlers to register with the city and wear identification badges as well as restricted the activity to daylight hou…
Hillary Clinton struggles in West Virginia coal country as Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump look poised to win Tuesday’s primary.
The business of numbers can be complicated, which is why accountants are so important.
House Bill 523 would legalize medical marijuana for the treatment of a variety of illnesses and injuries. It now moves to the Senate.
The inductees will be recognized at a ceremony at the Ohio Statehouse on Thursday, May 19.
Police said surveillance video showed a man throwing a brick through the glass front door of the restaurant.