Jamestown, NY (WKBN) -The Mahoning Valley Scrappers kicked off their 2014 campaign in style Friday night. Their offense was on display from …
LEETONIA, Ohio (WKBN) — Corndogs, deep-fried foods, sweet tea, and folklore can sum up the first annual Bigfoot Festival in Leetonia. “I saw…
It's game on for the Old Avalon Golf Course.
Between the raindrops Friday, Warren kicked off its Noon in the Park summer concert series.
Wearing purple on this day represents awareness about elder abuse and neglect.
Veteran issues were front and center today in Struthers.
Dozens turned out Friday for a job fair in Lisbon, even as many in the village were working to clean up in the wake of Wednesday's storm.
The Youngstown Phantoms are preparing for the upcoming season with a tryout camp this weekend through Sunday at the Ice Zone.
Youngstown, OH (WKBN)- Over the past seven years, hundreds of Valley adults have embraced one of their favorite childhood pastimes: kickball…
Don Clark first knew something was wrong Wednesday when he heard a loud bang.
WKBN has discovered video footage showing how a shooting at a Sparkle grocery store in Boardman, Ohio started on Monday, June 2.
Currently the average cost for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is three dollars and 74 cents in the Youngstown-Warren area.
The Trumbull and Ashtabula County collaboration arrested one for trafficking heroin and one for crack cocaine.
The paint-splattering run is going to block off some traffic Saturday morning in downtown Youngstown.
Governor Kasich has declared a state of emergency for debris removal in Columbiana County.
A Hanoverton woman was charged with aggravated vehicular homicide for her role in an accident that left three people dead, including a child…
Chubby Checker wants the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to know it's time to induct him into its exclusive club before it's too late.
Ignition switches once again are causing problems for General Motors.
The Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley celebrated the newest graduate of its Discipleship Program Friday morning.
A former classroom aide for the Austintown School District is facing charges after she allegedly “roughed up” a student with Downs Syndrome.