K-9 unit

Big Ben helps out K-9 units

Local police departments said K-9 officers are a valuable tool, but the cost to purchase and train one can be tens of thousands of dollars.

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Winter wreaks havoc with tires

Potholes, broken water lines and nearly constant snow plowing are just a few of the telltale signs of this year's harsh winter.

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Postal Service hiring in Ohio

The U.S. Postal Service is currently accepting applications for a variety of positions in locations throughout Ohio.

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Trial set in child buying case

A Cuyahoga Falls man is facing federal charges after he tried to by a child on the internet and met with undercover officers in Alliance.

Juan Jordan and Daniel Boone

Two indicted in soldier robbery

Two Trumbull County men are facing charges after police say they kidnapped a local soldier and forced him to withdraw money from his bank ac…

YSU internship expo

YSU hosts internship expo

The College of STEM and Williamson College of Business Administration hosted the Spring 2014 Co-op and Internship Expo on Wednesday.

Vibrant NEO

Consortium promotes Northeast Ohio growth

Vibrant NEO 2040 is an initiative by the Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium that explores the region's long-term development …

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Students tour Warren City Hall

A group of students from neighboring Portage County took a tour of one of Warren's most historical buildings Wednesday morning.

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Self-proclaimed activist indicted

Police said Roderick Lewis, 23, tried to trick an elderly woman into giving him her credit card by claiming to be a police officer.

David Engler

Engler disputes back taxes

Seventh District Court of Appeals judicial hopeful David Engler sat down with WKBN on Wednesday to discuss his $167,000 debt in back taxes.

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Winter racks up overtime costs

The Ohio Department of Transportation and municipalities throughout the state have paid out record amounts in overtime pay.

In Court

Evidence questioned in fraud case

A Youngstown man accused in a $1 million dollar real estate fraud case says statements he made to FBI agents should be thrown out.