Katie was live at Kraynak’s to walk us through Easter Bunny Lane.
Fishing season is here and the Ohio Division of Wildlife has been busy collecting walleye eggs on Mosquito Reservoir.
Seibles said those who invited him to Youngstown are hoping to reach groups that aren’t typically exposed to poetry.
A man accused of harassing Youngstown firefighters while on the job pleaded guilty Monday just as his trial was getting underway.
For $105,000 you can go two miles deep to the Titanic wreck site.
Daybreak gets a call from a viewer who thinks Jim has a twin on a network soap!
The school is running out of space but Valley Christian’s president said the old South High School building is beyond their needs.
Captain Ken Criswell said he’ll miss seeing everyone every day but plans on sticking around town.
David Denovchek is hoping the community can come together once again to help this family keep Jamie and her three siblings together.
A local woman received something of a surprise over the weekend, an invitation to the White House.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio sent the city a letter, demanding that the city cut it out.
Investigators found one of The Bowery’s employees with cocaine and Suboxone.
WKBN takes a look at what goes into training a dog to have the ability to track drugs, suspects or missing children.
The woman who found the young girl told police she was barefoot and running in the street.
WKBN.com will be live streaming a press conference at YSU on the hiring of its head coach, set to begin at 3 p.m.
Police released surveillance video showing a person moving furniture and then pouring lighter fluid on the porch.
One-year-old Kardiar Williams was found unresponsive at his father’s house in New Castle.
Last school year, the school district had more than 2,600 out-of-school suspensions.
Hazmat crews were called out Tuesday morning to clean up a fuel spill in Trumbull County.
Wilmington School Board Secretary Debbie Crum said the school will officially close on June 30.
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The move comes on the heels of budget cuts in the department
A man told police he was robbed at gunpoint while in a downtown parking lot.
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Nasser Hamad’s defense team said the arguments had just been name-calling until the victims decided to act by coming to Hamad’s house.
Jamael Tito Brown is concerned about federal money to pay for the project being cut, but Mayor John McNally isn’t worried.
The USPS wants to relocate the north side post office, but city leaders say the move feels like “an already foregone deal.”
Officers also found crack cocaine, marijuana, and a digital scale.
She got stuck climbing in a braided climbing rope and had to be revived by paramedics.
Howland’s Sara Price and Champion’s Lucas Nasonti were named Trumbull County Players of the Year Monday night.