Filled with excitement and apprehension, Valley residents head to D.C. for the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
From orange juice to insurance, prices are going up – some more than others.
Community members went to the meeting looking for answers and hope amid a growing heroin epidemic.
Eighty troops, who had been deployed to southwest Asia, were reunited with their families Wednesday.
The passion to help pups is something that started at a young age for Karen Lutz and has been ongoing throughout her life.
Lyndon Johnson was the only president to be sworn in by a woman.
The Pledge of Allegiance is brought to you by 33 WYTV and Hometown Pharmacy.
Chuck Sammarone has served the city for 34 years as a councilman, water commissioner, mayor, and council president
Struthers rolled past Liberty 70-32 in girls’ high school basketball action Wednesday night.
Over $5 million will go toward cleaning up vacant properties, a new downtown amphitheater project, and business opportunities.
Annie Pavlansky scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Bulldogs to a 56-44 win Wednesday.
The suburban mall is now valued at just $11 million and slightly more than half occupied.
Jack Daniel Hankins is accused of making and selling methamphetamine in November.
David Hackett is accused in the murder of Collena Carpenter.
Deputy Coroner Dr. Joseph Ohr said the epidemic needs to be treated like influenza or cancer.
An indictment says Blaine stole $1,400 from an 86-year-old victim by applying for credit card’s in the victim’s name.
Alan Dulka was last seen by family members on January 3 in Bristolville.
Zeus McClurkin helped the Red Cross install free smoke detectors at homes in the city.
Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of the crash.
McCormick still faces a charge of using weapons while intoxicated.
The company is investigating but says the extent of the theft could be more than $2 million.
The driver is facing failure to yield charges, according to a police report.
Lucille Orr, the business’s founder, went through a life-threatening illness and found spiritual healing helped.
In September, Robert Seman’s case ended in a mistrial due to comments made from a few prospective jury members.
The lawsuit says authority employees refused to work with a family needing accommodations for special needs.
Vallourec is making some changes in its top management group.
Katie was live with one of the Harlem Globetrotters, talking about an upcoming visit to the Covelli Centre.
Can you say these often mispronounced words?
Obesity is the basic foundation of almost all chronic diseases that people can get, both physical and mental.
Driving too fast or too slow can create problems for other drivers on the highway and could cause an accident.