YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – As health experts work to track down anyone who may have had contact with Dallas nurse Amber Vinson who has tested…
Are mobile users making it easier for criminals to target their next victim?
The 911 calls would ring into dispatch, but no information about the caller such as location, name, or phone number they were calling from w…
Youngstown takes an aggressive stand when it comes to urban blight, But what happens when the city owns the abandoned property?
A nursing home in Cortland is being monitored by Medicare after poor ratings.
There were reports of spiked drinks at the Mineral Ridge homecoming dance and at least one student has been suspended, but school officials …
Listen to the 911 call surrounding a confrontation with polie on Park Hill Drive in Youngstown.
Niles tax investigator Heidi Powell resigned her position amid charges of theft in office.
An autopsy shows Cody Dempsey was shot eight times following a police chase on Friday.
A Trumbull County judge approved the jury’s recommendation of the death penalty for David Martin Wednesday.
The city alleges that Sergio Dipaolo failed to complete scheduled demolition on the buildings.
On Thursday, health inspectors were at the 20 restaurants that received food from a non-refrigerated truck on Wednesday, and all received a …
Authorities confiscated spoiled food Wednesday night from a truck that had made deliveries to restaurants in the Mahoning Valley.
There were only 150 pounds of meat and fish left in the truck when it was pulled over and it registered between 58 and 68 degrees
Approximately 50,000 calls go through the Warren City dispatch center every year, while 47 police and fire agencies in Trumbull County curre…
WKBN First News Reporter Jeff Levkulich uncovered last month that several city employees were behind on their payments. He also uncovered se…
OSHA records show past violations at the Niles factory.
A Lordstown woman is battling raw sewage that keeps getting dumped into her basement from a county pump station.
A Lordstown woman has had her basement fill up three times with raw sewage from a Trumbull County sewer pump station.
Ohio is sixth highest in the nation and Pa. is second.
The condition of the building has city leaders worried that someone could get inside and get seriously injured.
Imagine going to the hospital and having bloodwork done and later discovering the doctor who ordered it has no medical license.