WKBN rode with Sharon Police Officer Steve Winans while he was out on patrol Saturday.
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One community member said it seems like Trumbull County is the “dumping grounds” for waste.
A couple of recent cases of rabies near our area have officials taking action.
President Trump’s budget plan, to be unveiled Tuesday, is expected to cut millions from the food stamp program.
Senior care services are racing to keep up with an aging population.
An East Liverpool police officer finished his first shift back on the job Tuesday after suffering an accidental overdose.
The raise CEO Krish Mohip offered teachers was met with resistance because the union feels he might want to open other parts of the contract…
The issue of teacher’s salaries was discussed, angering many in the room who were upset the teachers hadn’t been given a raise.
YSU students and staff react to an Ohio college’s landmark decision to allow some faculty and staff to carry a firearm.
The summer will be cut short for students in the Lakeview school district.
These nurses are not only passionate about helping people in the hospital, they also want to help feed hungry Valley residents.
One week after severe weather hit Boardman, people are still cleaning up.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has played at the Scottish Rites Cathedral every year for the last 16 years.
There’s a chance they might not be able to go back.
Community Health Care Systems sold the hospitals to Steward Health Care System — a deal that was finalized late Monday afternoon.
The Golden Dawn, a staple in Youngstown for 85 years, is temporarily closing for several months because of electrical repairs.
Randy Law claimed he wasn’t removed properly, saying what happened was a ridiculous decision and that he’ll go to the state executive commit…
Police said the investigation is ongoing and additional arrests may be made.
Employees have said that the Golden Dawn planned to close permanently on Saturday, but the owner is disputing those claims.
The accident happened at the intersection of OH-165 and Heck Road.
In March, Trumbull County had 189 overdoses, 26 of which were fatal.
Hundreds gathered at four Youngstown city schools in an effort to reduce violence in the city and promote education.