Katie Wilson, WKBN 27 First News

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Past articles by Katie:

Local business owner pays for single mother's car damaged by boulder

A local business owner is paying it out of the kindness of his heart. → Read More

West Middlesex residents celebrate end of detours along Shenango River bridge

Construction started back in April and is expected to finish in the spring. → Read More

Salem landscaping businesses can clean up faster than city after last week's storm

For those who don't want to pay, the city will pick up your branches if you leave them at the front of your yard, but it'll take time. → Read More

Jail recordings sealed suspect's fate in Mahoning County human trafficking case

Conversations recorded between a convicted human trafficker and witnesses sealed the case. → Read More

Youngstown CityScape recognizes property owners for going above and beyond

Youngstown CityScape gave out their annual beautification awards. → Read More

Diocese of Youngstown makes clarification regarding listed clergy members

Among the accused priests and religious leaders, one of them shares the name of another priest who was not accused. → Read More

Is Ohio turning purple? Grove City College professor weighs in

Election Day was a big victory for Republicans in Ohio. → Read More

Polling issues reported locally

Many of the issues surrounded absentee ballots and polling access. → Read More

Election day preparations underway in counties all over the area

Counties all over the area are preparing for election day. Many have already reported high numbers from early voting. → Read More

Pa. prison inmates learn about parole process

This year he's visiting every state prison speaking about the parole process, and what parole members are looking for. → Read More

Not every house is one where kids should Trick or Treat

The Mahoning County Sheriff wants to remind everyone that there are some houses to avoid. → Read More

Community garden opens where abandoned houses once stood in Campbell

It was a joint effort between the city of Campbell and the Mahoning County Land Bank. They removed three blighted homes and created a small park with a garden in its place. → Read More

E. Liverpool chief thinks someone set fire that spread to several houses

The fire destroyed three homes and damaged several others. → Read More

Struthers man arrested after animals found mutilated in home

They found 35-year-old Michael Holokai, who police say told them his parents and pet dog Pearl were possessed, and that he killed Pearl. → Read More

United Way of Mercer County holds annual Restaurant Revue fundraiser

This is one of United Way's biggest money makers, and CEO Jim Micsky says every year it gets bigger. → Read More

Mercer County Democrats hold fall dinner, urge people to get out and vote

Democratic Party Chair Andrew Harkulich says he wanted to do something to get the party excited. → Read More

Police: Campbell mayor helped arrest chase suspect

Police said the suspect got out of a car and ran. → Read More

Hermitage man found guilty of murder of roommate

The Sharon Herald reported that the verdict was reached on Friday, stating that Nichols will spend life in prison without the possibility of parole. → Read More

Hearing waived for Grove City woman accused of soliciting help to kill husband

Wednesday, she was set to have her preliminary hearing, but it was moved to the Common Pleas Court in Mercer County. → Read More

Customers want action taken after Energy Wise closes without finishing jobs

The Ohio Attorney General's Office has a specific division to deal with these types of complaints, it's called the consumer protection division. → Read More