WKBN has looked at what happens after nurses get their licenses suspended at local hospitals.
A Columbiana County police department received a big check all the way from Texas this week.
City leaders defended the hiring.
There is a gap between when nurses commit crimes and when their employers find out.
The suspect, Todd Matthew Cerny, 32, was taken into custody in the upstairs of the residence.
The business, which specializes in sealing and paving, was a total loss.
Prosecutors said the two victims showed signs of physical abuse.
A Niles man was arraigned Friday morning on 15 charges involving child pornography.
City, state and county officials met Friday morning to help strengthen animal laws across Trumbull County.
Police say the suspect sold over $1,200 in stolen jewelry at a downtown Sharon business.
General Motors isn’t done dealing with the massive recall over ignition switches.
Youngstown Airmen are helping a local charity give aid to children in Guatemala.
When crews arrived, the fire had already destroyed the roof of the house.
The program aims to turn vacant lots into community spaces.
Neither school had to look too far to replace their principals.
Police found 20-year-old Watkins in bed covered with blood.
The court awarded just over $1 million to 58-year-old Ricky Jackson for the more than 14,000 days he spent in prison.
The project will take several years and cost an estimated $125 million to $150 million.
Officials have not identified the man who was shot or the officer who killed him.
Starting Friday, the Ohio Department of Health will open records for those adopted between 1964 and 1996.