WKBN 27 First News looked into the nursing shortage taking place around the country and here in the Mahoning Valley.
Crews are working to repair a broken water line.
Bond was set at $15,000 for Thomas Quimby, Jr., who is charged with child endangering.
A local Catholic representative was among the thousands gathered in Washington, D.C. for the Pope’s arrival.
Marshalls department store will hold a grand opening Thursday at its newest location in Boardman.
The man police believe fatally shot a teenager in Youngstown was arraigned in Youngstown Municipal Court Wednesday.
Amanda Basile was charged with sexual battery in connection to an alleged relationship with a student.
Health officials stepped up their monitoring efforts, and the Mahoning County Board of Health is implementing a new testing procedure.
The stabbing happened in the 800 block of Spearman Avenue.
The store will be moving into Tiffany Square in Boardman.
Nearly one in three adults in Ohio is obese.
The federal judge made the decision on Tuesday.
150 people attended the event.
Lucas Ippolito’s home was raided back in April.
WKBN asked people what they think.
The fountain will be on display this weekend at the Idora Park Experience.
On Tuesday afternoon, defense lawyers and prosecutors met for a conference to discuss the case.
Fall weekends have already started and are running until late October.
Investigators are looking for a woman who appears in surveillance video taken from the Circle K on West State Street.
Turing Pharmaceuticals AG had raised the price from $13.50 per pill to $750 per pill.