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…
Police say shots were fired after the teens attempted to run over police officers.
The woman who was at the center of a federal lawsuit surrounding the Warren Police Department has died.
Many dairy farms are feeling the squeeze of falling prices and rising supply.
Anthony Natale is charged with one count of conveying false information related to the use of a weapon of mass destruction.
The program seeks to help prisoners build skills they’ll need while out in the real world.
Broken fire hydrants can mean precious time is lost while fighting fires.
Police first went to the house on Ohltown-McDonald Road in Weathersfield on a complaint of dogs barking, but found something more.
The money will help the village cover the $70,000 spent on testing and bottled water for village homes after dangerously high lead levels we…
Bruce Kirkland applied for benefits, saying that contaminated water near Camp Lejeune affected him.
The problem has been going on since October, but the town’s mayor is not sure what is causing it.
The district is now working with Transit Service, a private company located in Youngstown that has worked with school districts.
From the 1950s through the 1980s, people at the base were potentially exposed to water contaminated with industrial solvents, benzene and ot…
Identity theft complaints to the federal government increased 47 percent last year.
The Valley’s gun death statistics are more or less in line with national trends on gun deaths.
On Monday, 27 Investigates took samples at Lake Newport.
A prosecutor said it was one of the worst cases of child abuse that she has ever seen.
Lakes Newport and Glacier at Mill Creek Park are reopening to the public on Tuesday.
The Youngstown Schools’ literacy rate provided a glimmer of hope for the district.
The Renee Jones center has helped countless women through its Project Red Cord, first launched in 2008.
Ohio’s human trafficking numbers are climbing and that’s due, in part, because of better policing and reporting of the crime.