Local and national organizations are collecting donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Police said the boy was covered in food and dirt, and he was not wearing a diaper.
A woman who claims to be the babysitter that dropped the child off says the mother abandoned her baby.
The closure begins Monday night and will remain in effect through mid-November.
Wilson’s family said he suffered from seizures, but the family of the victim said he should have been taking medication.
The city of Youngstown decided to delay plans to get rid of a truck at the Youngstown Fire Department’s #2 station.
Drew Rauzan issued a statement on Monday, saying he is taking legal action against those who tried to “defame” him.
McFadden was stopped after losing control of the vehicle and crashing into a tree.
Libre’s Law was signed two months ago by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf.
The Cafaro Company, which owns the building, said it has not been notified about a permanent closure.
McCall is accused of raping a victim who is now 12 years old.
A federal agency has approved the construction of a high-pressure natural gas pipeline that’s drawn intense opposition.
Robbins Avenue was shut down while they repaired it but has since reopened.
With the weather being so nice out the last few weeks, the spread of mosquitoes has been on the minds of some local school districts.
A man from Youngtown was charged after police say he became combative during at an OVI checkpoint Friday night.
A four-run 8th inning helped the Scrappers complete the sweep of West Virginia Sunday afternoon.
John Kupka told WYTV via skype Sunday night that it’s been pouring down rain for more than 24 hours straight.
The day started with a cornhole tournament to benefit the Carmine L. Cassese Sholarship Fund.
The 4th Annual Lights of Change had several guest speakers and lit candles in memory of people lost to overdoses.
A painting of Confederate general John Hunt Morgan was recently removed from an Ohio lodge by the ODNR.
200 teams took part in the downtown Youngstown race, all in the name of finding a cure for breast cancer.
The Youngstown City School District, The Red Zone and City Kids Care will raffle off 800 bicycles.
Police say they administered Narcan to revive one of the passengers and both were taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Youngstown.
Valentina Williams was born in Cuba and moved to Youngstown in 1927. She has 17 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.
Volunteers from Ohio and Pennsylvania have already been sent down to Texas but the Red Cross is still looking for more help.
JR’z Pub in Austintown is one of the very few places in the area showing the historic boxing match.
National Honors Society students passed out bricks from the old Austintown Middle School building — demolished in June.
Locals dropped off travel-size personal care items and snacks from noon-4 p.m.
Art displays were set up all around Courthouse Square, along with vendors, crafters and more.
Canfield Police hosted a massive back-to-school giveaway Saturday.