WKBN found that it may not be obvious if a home you’re looking at has lead in it, and the chemical can cause some serious health problems.
This Halloween tradition gives teachers a chance to “haunt” their students.
Congressman Tim Ryan and Representative Sean O’Brien held a news conference Friday about opportunities for Ohio and Cuban businesses.
Parkman Landing will provide affordable housing for seniors 55 years or older.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is one of several who will be interviewed for the segment titled “Heroin in the Heartland.”
Stop signs are being installed at railroad crossings that do not have flashing lights or gates.
Police believe that Summerville touched three Wilmington High School girls, ages 15, 15 and 14.
If the issue passes, five school buildings will be torn down so that new ones can be built.
The county is part of a program to target aggressive driving.
The New Castle School of Trades broke ground Friday on a new facility in East Liverpool.
Police charged a Campbell man with animal cruelty after he allegedly shot a dog that was running loose in a city neighborhood.
The Pennsylvania budget stalemate is hitting home. Seniors held a protest Friday in Grove City.
Trumbull County officials showed their support Friday morning for the area’s senior services.
The battle over legal weed shifts to the Buckeye State on Tuesday.
A former staff member with a Warren school was in court Friday to answer charges that he assaulted a fifth grade student.
Two people were arrested in Mercer County following two burglaries where guns were stolen.
After setting the clocks back, change your smoke alarm batteries as well.
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The fire may have started from a pot of potatoes cooking on the stove.
Audio recordings of former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle talking about his sexual interest in children may spur more conversation about ho…