Lindsey Watson, WKBN 27 First News

Lindsey Watson

WKBN 27 First News

Washington, VA, United States

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Tri-County Heart Walk is back in person in Youngstown

This weekend, we’re lacing up our shoes and walking to save lives. The American Heart Association’s annual Tri-County HeartWalk is back in-person and in a new location this year. → Read More

Experts answer your questions about Medicaid and Medicare

If you have questions about Medicare and Medicaid insurance — Experts with the Ohio Senior Insurance information program are at the WKBN First News studios taking your calls. → Read More

Trumbull County cracking down on distracted driving

Police agencies in Trumbull County are teaming up to address distracted driving ahead of summer. → Read More

Signs of support seen throughout Lowellville community

Tuesday evening in Lowellville, the community came together in a show of support for the high school track and field team. → Read More

Local mental expert gives advice for having hard conversations

Raising awareness for mental health is a big talking point after the shooting incident in Lowellville on Thursday. → Read More

Watch: Introducing Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2022

Introducing the latest class of rock royalty, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland announced its list of 14 new inductees for 2022 Wednesday morning. It’s a diverse group of musicians whose music spans generations and in some way or another has connected all of us. → Read More

Bus drivers cherished as shortage continues

The first Monday in May is recognized in Ohio as Bus Driver Appreciation Day. It can be a thankless job, but one that’s so important. → Read More

Popular wine tasting event raises money for local children

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the annual Wine For Hope fundraiser and wine tasting event was back. → Read More

WKBN anchor, photojournalist nominated for 2 Golden Quill Awards

Monday morning, it was announced that WKBN anchor/reporter Lindsey Watson has been nominated for two Golden Quill Awards by the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania. → Read More

Document shredding event happening in Salem

Brown Funeral Home is teaming up with Salem First United Methodist Church to host a shredding event. → Read More

Family desperate to find missing Youngstown man

A 31-year-old Youngstown man has been missing from his home on Pasadena Avenue since Sunday. → Read More

Collapsing building closes portion of Route 18 in Mercer County

Route 18/Main Street is closed from the intersection with Water Street to the intersection with Route 58/Mercer Street. → Read More

Local wildlife sanctuary on high alert for deadly strain of bird flu

A highly contagious and deadly strain of bird flu is spreading across parts of the U.S. → Read More

Wellsville annual fish fry brings in crowds

The Wellsville Sons of Italy Lodge’s annual Fish Fry continued to bring in the crowds. → Read More

Job fair at The Way Station also helps people network

The Way Station in Columbiana is doing all it can to help job seekers find the perfect fit for them. → Read More

Poland Twp. fires former school resource officer

In a unanimous vote Wednesday night, Poland Township trustees decided to terminate Officer Steve Kent from his duties for “immoral conduct and malfeasance.” → Read More

American Heart Association holds Heart Month gala

Heart Month is coming to a close but the mission of the American Heart Association continues. → Read More

Area fish fry hopes to bounce back from COVID troubles

This week, we made our way down to the Wellsville Sons of Italy (SOI) Lodge. Their annual fish fry has been bringing the community together for 14 years and counting. → Read More

‘A huge opportunity’: Tim Ryan reacts to Fisker announcement

27 First News talked one on one with Congressman Tim Ryan late Wednesday afternoon about the announcement from Fisker. → Read More

Warren hopes to get new salt, snow trucks

Warren’s Superintendent of Operations Frank Tempesta has officially asked for the city council’s support to buy 5 new salt and plow trucks. → Read More