WKBN compared the water and sewer rates of every city in Ohio and found that quite a few in the Valley are more than the state average.
The makers of Essure, when reached for comment on Thursday, released a statement defending the recent review by the FDA which kept Essure on…
The crash occurred at the intersection of Chestnut Ridge Road and Brookfield Road.
Distracted driving killed more than 3,000 people in 2013 and injured 424,000
Investigators released more details on the investigation of a plane crash in Akron, which killed all nine people on board.
Columbus police has released dash camera video from the OVI stop of J.T. Barrett on October 31
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted a Youngstown man in what is now a death penalty murder case.
A lunch visit to the Outback Thursday was even more special than normal for members of the WKBN 27 First News Team.
A Big donation was awarded to the organizing group on Thursday.
Prosecutors say the nurse who worked at Jameson Hospital took high-potent pain relievers from patients.
“Kill them wherever you find them,” a message reads in a Tumblr file police say the suspect posted.
A daycare worker charged with killing a 4-month old baby boy accepted a plea deal in court Thursday.
The line could bring clean drinking water to places like Newton Falls, West Farmington and Southington.
Members had threatened to strike if a deal was not reached by midnight Wednesday.
Investigators continued to comb through wreckage Thursday of a crashed business jet in Akron.
Police found several bullets on the property and believe that the dog was indeed shot.
The department is using billboards, digital ads on Google and Facebook and bicycle mini-boards to push the anti-smoking message.
A fifth person has died after being exposed to bacteria during open-heart surgery at a central Pennsylvania hospital.
Braxton asked to withdraw from the ABC TV dance contest for medical reasons.
A trial date has been set for a lawyer accused of calling in bomb threats to courthouses in three Northeast Ohio county courthouses in 2012.