Ohio State Highway Patrol Sgt. Timothy Grimm gave WKBN tips for staying safe on the roadways during heavy snowfall.
Trumbull County Commissioners approved a general fund budget of more than $45 million for 2016.
Evans failed to report the sales tax liability on his Warren business and had nearly $23,000 in unpaid sales taxes.
WKBN First News went through Kasich’s State of the State address to determine what promises he kept last year.
A federal judge has said New Beginnings cannot force residents to stay in its nursing homes.
According to a police report, drug paraphernalia was found, along with the poor conditions, at the apartment.
A few semi trucks were off the road, and multiple vehicles were involved.
The Trumbull Co. Health District released photos of a Girard home, where a teen with autism was found covered in urine, feces and vomit.
The EPA standard for arsenic is 10 parts per billion. This time, results from a February 2 test showed levels at 12 ppb.
The city of Campbell has gone out of Ohio EPA requirements and conducted a non-mandated test of the city’s water
In light of the tragic death of a newborn this week, county agencies want residents to know about resources available for new mothers.
The renovation project is expected to be complete this year.
The Miami-based chain says it plans to put hot dogs on its menu nationally for the first time, starting Feb. 23.
Two Pennsylvania women have tested positive for the Zika virus.
The governor is holding several Town Hall meetings in the south.
A Struthers couple accused in the abuse case involving a 5-year-old girl appeared in court Wednesday.
A Stow High School student has been arrested in the shooting death of a Kent State University student.
Supporters say the bill is needed to address the state’s growing heroin epidemic.
The truck will have a Lent-inspired menu on Wednesday.
Police said Weaver stole approximately 20 rings from a woman and then sold them at a Boardman jewelry store for $1,000.