Youngstown’s fire chief said in most cases, the department’s ladders don’t reach high enough for some taller buildings.
The Gallagher building downtown is starting to show its age after three years, and the construction project hasn’t started.
One woman finally arrived at her destination 28 hours late, and another waited in line for over an hour before the airline offered any resol…
The results are in for a new survey on child poverty, but the numbers don’t bode well for children in Ohio.
John Beshara responds to the investigation into his dismissal from the university, which claims he misused a company vehicle.
YSU officials said they had evidence of “excessive fuel fill-ups” throughout the state and high mileage driven on the university’s Jeep Libe…
For the first time in more than a decade, there is money to study dangerous mosquitoes in Mahoning County.
First News found the ride-hailing company made an online post looking for drivers in Youngstown.
Federal inspectors are looking for safety hazards, defects and violations of track safety regulations during inspection blitzes.
From CCA’s standpoint, the privatization of Lake Erie Correctional has been a success, but it isn’t clear whether the arrangement is saving …
Some of the cameras are from locations in the local area.
Doctors say medication is not switching one addiction for another, but some believe a medical solution to drug addiction is still not ideal.
Nursing Home Week kicks off with local leaders examining the state of facilities in Ohio.
The OVI Task Force said alcohol-related fatal and injury crashes have reduced since OVI checkpoints began. At the same time, funding is dwin…
The Environmental Protection Agency says pollution is widespread, but Ohio has the fifth-highest concentration of pollution sources in the n…
27 Investigates Reporter Amanda Smith gets an inside look at the eight week process that it takes for cadets to become firefighters.
The training to become a firefighter is grueling, but it is nothing compared to the real thing.
FirstNews reporter Amanda Smith would like to thank the Youngstown Fire Department for allowing her to follow the training.
The chief has been placed on paid administrative leave due to an investigation.
Kendall Lee Stauffer, a nine-year employee of the department, was accused of making a threat to a supervisor.
Mill Creek MetroParks Executive Director Aaron Young said his major goal is to maintain the longevity of the park.
WKBN 27 Investigates followed the cadets through all of their training, from the first day of class back in February to the final part of th…