Nadine Grimley, WKBN 27 First News

Nadine Grimley

WKBN 27 First News

Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Recent articles by Nadine:

Local fire department has tough conversation after 3-year-old sets garage on fire

A three-year-old boy is learning a big life lesson after fire officials say he lit a bag of garbage on fire in the middle of a garage when he was playing with his dad’s propane torch. → Read More

Local spa owner, melanoma survivor’s raffle to benefit American Cancer Society

Be-YOU-tiful Spa & Nails is hosting a raffle fundraiser for National Skin Cancer and Melanoma Awareness Month. → Read More

Nine Niles students win new bikes, helmets

Nine lucky Niles Intermediate School students went home winners as a reward for doing well in school. → Read More

Warren police investigate shooting at apartment complex

Warren police are investigating an apparent shooting at the River Run Apartment Complex. → Read More

First News forecaster gets married

(WKBN) — First News forecaster Kyle Alexander was off the air Sunday — for his wedding. → Read More

‘A beautiful, beautiful girl’: Mother remembers Warren shooting victim

Family and friends of Kammie Kiser are celebrating her life a week to the day the 19-year-old was murdered at a Warren apartment complex. → Read More

Fair Food Frenzy returns in Trumbull County

Fair Food Frenzy is back by popular demand. The event is already underway at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds, but earlier Friday vendors were getting their food trucks ready for the big event. → Read More

Warren police investigating shooting of woman

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Warren police are investigating the shooting of a 23-year-old woman on Thursday. → Read More

Homeowners could face higher premiums in Warren Twp.

Trumbull County homeowners in areas known to flood could face higher premiums under a new federal insurance rate calculator. → Read More

Local judge recognized for justice, pro bono work

A Trumbull County Common Pleas Court judge has received a big honor for working to make the courts accessible. → Read More

High bond set for man accused of Walmart attack

The man accused of assaulting two women at the Bazetta Walmart appeared in court Wednesday. Prosecutors said the man now facing charges in connection to the ordeal was on parole for an aggravated robbery case and was also convicted of gun charges in North Carolina. → Read More

Mom secures toddler in bathtub during Warren shooting

No one was hurt in the shooting on Dunstan Drive Tuesday morning. → Read More

Girard seniors awarded Officer Justin Leo scholarship

Four Girard High School Seniors have each been awarded $5,000 scholarships in memory of fallen Girard Police Officer Justin Leo. → Read More

Cortland looking to house municipal offices in former bank

The City of Cortland has its sights set on a building downtown that could consolidate municipal offices and support growth in the downtown business district. → Read More

Woman suffers broken neck during attack at local Walmart

Two women were attacked and one suffered a broken neck during an altercation at the Walmart in Warren. → Read More

Child attacked by dog in Warren

A Warren dog owner is expected to face charges after the city’s dog warden says it got loose and attacked a child. → Read More

200-year-old barn becoming wedding venue

A Trumbull County barn built before the Civil War is coming down to become an addition to a local winery. → Read More

Prices at the pump keep going up

Pennsylvania is now 14 cents above the nation’s average of $4.48 and here in Ohio 19 cents lower than that, but still set a record high. → Read More

Police identify Warren shooting victims

Police in Warren have identified a woman who was killed in a shooting on Friday in Warren. → Read More

High school students donate dog houses to local pound

The Trumbull County Dog Pound received a special delivery from Pittsburgh high school students Friday morning. → Read More