The VisTech factory has a troublesome history of fires and health and safety violations.
Two people are injured after an industrial incident in Lebanon.
The fields at the Lebanon Sports Complex were almost back to normal after years of hard work. Then Sunday, Robert Buddy found they were torn up again.
More than 20 years after a local furniture salesman was killed, his suspected killer was brought before a judge.
After 23 years, the suspect in a formerly cold homicide case out of Warren County is back in Ohio, awaiting his day in court.
Lebanon City Schools students may notice some changes as they return to school over the next couple weeks.
The former executive director of the Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce was arrested Tuesday for theft after allegedly writing herself extra pay checks.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol was dealing with drunk drivers as early as Friday morning.
Lebanon police have identified a child found on West Main Street and contacted his parents after putting out a call to help to the public.
The U.S. Department of Education is looking into allegations of racism at Lebanon City Schools.
Smoke from a laundry room fire forced people living in a retirement center to evacuate Wednesday night.
The owner of a dog that attacked a jogger in Lebanon has been charged with four minor misdemeanors.
A Warren County program aimed at helping addicts kick heroin is celebrating success after its first year.
A pit bull's owner may face charges after the dog attacked a jogger over the weekend, officials in Lebanon said.
A car has been lodged in the Little Miami River for almost six weeks, creating a potential concern for safety.
Tuesday marked the end of a long journey for a Lebanon mother, who's back from the Ukraine with two new adopted sons, to add to the seven children she already has.
A Tri-State veteran of the war in Afghanistan got a surprise Tuesday.
A Cincinnati man faces multiple charges after causing a standoff in Lebanon Wednesday afternoon.
A 22-year-old Miami University Middletown student died Saturday while visiting friends in Toledo, Ohio, the Journal-News reported.
Tracy Snyder braved fighting in the Ukraine to get her adopted son. Now she's gone back for his brothers.