Sen. Schiavoni’s proposal to hold charter schools accountable is identical to a bill proposed by another representative.
“A cohort of students” from this year’s senior class at East High have been without a qualified math teacher, Youngstown Schools CEO Krish M…
Campbell’s mayor released Rauzan’s personnel file Tuesday, which alleges sexual harassment and inappropriate comments.
Selling animals on Facebook is illegal but activists say the social media network has been a gold mine for what they call “backyard breeders…
Senators said the bill would combat sex trafficking on sites like Backpage, while some Internet-based companies worry it’s too broad.
The Ohio Department of Health sends inspectors to visit each nursing home at least once a year, looking for violations.
Another Valley nursing home was just added to the list, the Valley Oaks Care Center on Selfridge Street in East Liverpool.
Aqua Ohio said the woman had to pay over $400 for water she never used.
WKBN 27 First News Producer Lorie Barber’s family was targeted by thieves during their vacation across the U.S.
Ohio is revamping its motorcycle classes to try and prevent specific types of accidents.
In all, over 400 pounds of marijuana were seized with a street value of more than $1 million.
Every two and a half hours, someone in the U.S. dies from a home fire.
Many are heading to Nevada to take advantage of its newly relaxed marijuana laws, but what they do there could still affect them in Ohio.
Prosecutor Michael McBride said the patient died after the employees gave him the wrong drug and then tried to treat his overdose.
Joseph Schialdone was pulled over in Canfield for turning left through a red light.
“He was angry and, basically, fed up,” the prosecutor said. “He told her he would see her…in the streets and he waited for her.”
The Crimes Against Children’s Unit is looking into the officer’s activities while working at Struthers High School.
Sixteen years ago, Steven Mango led police on another chase, which killed a Struthers man.
Dozens of Chaldean Catholic immigrants were arrested during ICE raids in Detroit over the weekend and are now being held in Youngstown.
YSU Police Chief Shawn Varso said the officer is still working but is limited to foot and bike patrol.
A viewer reached out to WKBN to find out what is happening with the project, and WKBN did some digging to find out.
WKBN talked to police about what you can do to protect your home while you’re on vacation.