Neighbors found the little girl Tuesday afternoon at the Compass West Estates apartments and called police
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Fire crews from two departments are refusing to respond to the home on medical emergency calls without a police escort.
The position needed to be filled after the department let go its chief after an internal investigation.
The homeowner, Faroq Moonda, happens to be the adopted son of a Mercer County doctor who was shot and killed in 2005.
The deaths of Bill and Judy Schmidt were a blow to the deaf community, whose members are still grieving the loss two years later.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally told the students that now is the time to start thinking about college, don’t just wait until senior year.
He said his brother’s death is painful, but he’s planning on doing something about it — and he wants others to join him.
“We’re going to be unapologetic about what we need to do to bring this district back into order,” CEO Krish Mohip said.
The Youngstown State grad said there are so many different drugs that are constantly changing, which makes her job and the jobs of law enfor…
A neighbor said the house on Ravenwood Avenue was vacant.
One Ohio State Highway Patrolman says he’s seen drivers eating, putting on makeup or even reading behind the wheel.
Leaders said there was too much backlash from community members and firefighters who were against the proposed consolidation.
About a week ago, the officers put a call out to six different ambulance companies, but none were available.
Jamael Tito Brown is concerned about federal money to pay for the project being cut, but Mayor John McNally isn’t worried.
The play is designed to bring two communities together, the hearing and the deaf.
The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on whether to pass President Trump’s new healthcare plan down to the Senate.
A flyer going around town advertised a free circus at the Creekside Golf Dome. But it was never in the plans.
A new law takes effect Sunday that will help cyclists stay safer on the road.
A local non-profit group in Warren is trying to bring awareness to the need for food in the community.
It’s a bipartisan bill that would provide more tax breaks for manufacturers that do business in the U.S.
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown spoke with WKBN about the massive cut that would impact Lake Erie.
“Essentially at this point, I’m just taking a peek behind the curtain to see if there’s something better out there that we could bring to Yo…