Some people can sneeze without blinking.
Christina was live at Phantom Fireworks to learn what you need to know about fireworks for the Fourth of July.
Christina was live at Poland Village Hall to learn about the events taking place during Celebrate Poland this weekend.
An iconic photo shows 11 men eating 56 stories above Central Park.
Executive Landscaping can build a fire pit for you, or provide you with a kit to do it yourself.
Each pill is a different color and those colors matter psychologically.
Christina was live at Saadey’s Place in Austintown to learn about their menu.
Christina was live at Emerald Diner in Hubbard to learn about menu changes and re-opening after a fire in 2012.
There are more nerve endings in the finger, which is one reason that paper cuts hurt so much.
Dugan will stay in the Valley
The Founding Fathers made French vanilla ice cream.
Katie was live at Panera to tell us about registering for the 2017 Panerathon.
Katie gives us an update on the progress of her weight loss and journey to get healthy!
Katie was live at Texas Roadhouse to feature a special event by Animal Charity Humane Society.
Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and Rob Lowe are all Gold Card holders.
33 WYTV Daybreak Meteorologist Jim Loboy faced off against Cameraman Mooch in an ice cream sandwich eating contest!
Katie is shown a grand entryway created with pavers and special lighting.
It’s impossible to tickle yourself.
The first computer “bug” can be found in the Smithsonian Museum.
Why even bottled water has an expiration date.
Len Rome gives us an update on his recovery from knee surgery.
Katie takes us to Trailside Bicycle Company to talk about a great deal and some summer fun.
Friday, June 16 is WYTV’s Founder’s Day of Caring, so Katie takes us to the Boys & Girls Club, to tell us how you can help out and volunteer…
Executive Landscaping describes a recent project that was broken into two summers for budgeting purposes.
The saying on the flag became a rallying cry for revolution.
Katie takes us to St. Nicolas Church to show us some highlights of their festival.
Six U.S. flags were planted on the moon, and five are still standing.
Katie takes us for a look at season two of the Youngstown Flea.
A potato peeler makes spreading hard butter easier.
Up the stairs, the good knee leads.