Niles is cracking down on delinquent utility bills. Some city employees may be getting shutoff notices.
27 Investigates the cost of filling a prescription, especially for the more than 66,000 uninsured in Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana count…
Cleanup at the site will not begin for a few days, officials say.
HazMat crews are at the scene of an abandoned warehouse in East Liverpool. They were led there by the discovery of two dogs covered in tar e…
Two dogs found covered in tar led investigators to an abandoned building and a suspicious odor.
WKBN's news team has uncovered new details in the investigation into an employee of Bugno Towing and Recovery.
Youngstown police detectives and agents from the FBI and Ohio BCI took part in the searches.
The height of summer also is the height of mosquito breeding season.
As the construction around the Route 224 and I-680 interchange continues, businesses and customers are becoming more frustrated with the con…
A man from Warren is behind bars accused of forging his discharge papers to get special license plates.
The National Weather Service confirmed a low-level tornado went through western Mahoning County on Tuesday afternoon.
A stop-sale order on the Chevrolet Cruze lasted less than 12 hours, but the automaker is still closely examining the safety issue.
All police departments need vehicles to do their jobs, but some local forces may be riding in dangerously old cars.
The National Humane Society has named Ohio Puppy on Belmont Avenue in Liberty one of the worst puppy mill operations in the country.
To see inspection reports from New Sheng Hung and inspection reports for all the food warehouses in our area, keep reading.
The first-ever national distracted driving campaign launched in April. 27 Investigates shows what distracted driving looks like first-hand s…
Find out why that number may actually be generous on the part of the city.
See photos of potholes in the Youngstown area, the damage they do and how they get fixed.
To keep the lights on in the city of Youngstown takes money; specifically, residents' tax dollars.
Under Ohio law, it can take cities weeks or even months to pass legislation, unless it's an emergency. The city of Niles did that 85 percent…