Watchdog Report: Experts say new Norfolk Southern safety plan 'not enough'
It's been more than a month since the toxic train derailment that Dominated headlines across the nation. On Monday, Norfolk Southern announced a new safety plan that might prevent disaster in the future. That plan includes adding 200 hot bearing detectors
WATCHDOG REPORT: Traces of harmful chemicals reported in Valley drinking water
The Ohio EPA reports 58 out of over 1,500 tested water treatment plants in the state found PFAS contaminants in the water, and one of those plants is the Mahoning Valley Sanitary District.
WATCHDOG REPORT: EMS crises grows in Pennsylvania with unique challenges
The fear is felt across the nation. EMS providers continue to struggle and a Mercer County ambulance provider hopes an upcoming gathering to sound the alarm once again, will do something "before it's too late." "Now we are truly getting to the end of the
WATCHDOG: Councilman & Valley residents raise concern over demolitions
In 2022 alone, six property owners filed injunctions against the city of Youngstown for attempting to tear down their structure. One Canfield resident plans on suing the city, after a South Avenue building was demolished in April. Jennipher Carter said sh
WATCHDOG REPORT: Will investing in Youngstown's parks help make the city safer?
With money to invest into long term solutions, one major idea city leaders are getting behind is large scale improvement and expansion of city parks. But can that idea actually lead to a safer city?
WATCHDOG REPORT: Is it practical to bring another airport to Northeast Ohio?
Loychik describes this idea as 'common sense legislation,' however other lawmakers along with aviation experts are on a whole different page stating the bill simply doesn't make any sense.
WATCHDOG Report: Bill stuffers go out soliciting utility line insurance. Do you need it?
Grabbing the mail lately, you may have noticed what looks like an important, official-looking letter, maybe even with a city logo on top, offering utility line insurance. If read closely, it may be a third-party company offering the coverage. Now homeowne