Key-duplicating apps can be a criminal’s best friend.
A moment of indiscretion can change the lives of many.
Nearly 30 percent of Ohio’s former prisoners will find themselves back behind bars.
Oily substance leaked from piece of equipment
Radon is a radioactive poisonous gas with no taste, color or odor.
The report from the fatal fire reveals a chaotic scene.
WKBN recently uncovered allegations that deputies used county-owned farm equipment on their own properties.
A fatal fire early Monday morning killed a 10-year-old girl who was going to testify against the suspect.
Emergency workers took a 15-year-old suspect to the hospital, saying he was throwing up and appeared drunk.
Prosecutors had been seeking the woman for some time in preparation for the trial of a man accused of raping her daughter.
27 Investigates has asked Sheriff Thomas Altiere to compile information as it pertains to the amount of overtime, gas and other expenses it …
A woman who was stripped of her nursing license talks about her battle to get sober and how others can do the same.
The suspension came about due to alleged conduct during state testing.
WKBN has looked at what happens after nurses get their licenses suspended at local hospitals.
City leaders defended the hiring.
There is a gap between when nurses commit crimes and when their employers find out.
Vienna’s fire department chief was pushing for more communication.
Sciortino granted nearly $50,000 in pay raises and bonuses combined days before being suspended from his job as county auditor.
Oil trains carry upwards of a million gallons of oil through the Mahoning Valley every day.
More than a dozen residents of the Deer Creek Apartments on Kirk Road were without water for four days.