Many drivers bemoan the expense of buying new tires, but old tires can be a huge safety liability.
The Mahoning County Democratic Party endorsed John Vivo Wednesday.
Self-identification quizzes sent by the state are causing problems around tax time for some Ohio families.
WKBN First News Investigates takes a look at medical malpractice and who is keeping track of the cases.
The woman had to use a portable restroom located outside her home.
Millions of dollars worth of heroin cross Ohio’s highways every year. A large portion of that is heading to the Mahoning Valley.
Besides fixing the roof, the Area Agency on Aging also plans to try and address several other problems in George Hazlett’s home, such as the…
Local lawmakers and frustrated patients alike weighed in on the grief these recent changes are expected to cause.
A veteran from Howland will be getting some help with home repairs because of a story we investigated.
WKBN 27 First News took our cameras to the street to see what people really remember when they are asked to recall a brief encounter.
Warren building official Chris Taneyhill said he caught work being done inside Plant 8 by employees of Sergio DiPaolo.
Out-of-town owners are contributing to the problem, locals say.
Properties are often snapped up and sold for much more than they’re worth.
Reporter Jeff Levkulich and Niles police take the handicap parking crackdown one step further to catch people in the act.
The officer was suspended after the release of the report.
In the mental health arena, release forms might as well be a brick wall for some families.
Two years ago, the Department of Justice ordered the police force to clean up its act.
The Memorial High teacher submitted her resignation at Tuesday’s meeting of the Campbell School Board.
A recent government report shows that Medicare pays $4.4 billion every year treating injuries caused by nursing homes.
Ohio State Auditor Dave Yost released the results of the audit Thursday.