The suspect is in the Mahoning County Jail on unrelated charges.
Two vehicles collided at an intersection on the west side.
The application can block texting, track speeding, send texts if the car is in an accident and monitor the car’s location.
A total of 13 players and two coaches have been suspended for the fight.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally said in September that even when the levels of trihalomethanes were higher than 80 micrograms, there was no he…
The city told WYTV on Sept. 25 that they expected to have the work done in about a week.
State Rep. Sean O’Brien and Valley Congressman Tim Ryan will lead a group of local businessmen on a trade mission to Cuba.
Assistant Prosecutor Marty Desmond said prosecutors are working their way up the chain to convict more suspects involved in the case.
The most recent drawing climbed to $1.8 million dollars before it was won by a Warren woman.
For the third time in six years, Social Security recipients will not receive an increase in benefits next year.
House Bill 70, passed into law on June 24, gave state lawmakers the power to name a CEO with complete control over the Youngstown City Schoo…
The Spartans are one of sixteen local teams that would qualify if the playoffs began today.
The restaurant located in front of the Eastwood Mall told its workers it will close this Sunday, Oct. 18.
Two families from Saint Rose school have been impacted by cancer in recent years.
City leaders say Auto Parkit’s presence in the city will bring 200 to 300 jobs in the first couple of years and hope that more jobs will fol…
OSHA officials say Ohio workplace fatalities are occurring at about the same frequency as in the past.
The pair noticed something was wrong and got out of the car.
The pool broke records for daily admission and season pass sales this summer.
Police in Mercer County are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a burned out car, but they don’t suspect foul play.
The event is free, and no tickets are required.
Northside Medical Center is the first hospital in the Valley to perform total hip replacement surgery with the use of a robotic arm system.
A total of 13 teams competed, including a team from First News/33 News.
Four OVI arrests were made and several citations were issued as a result of Friday’s sobriety checkpoint on Market Street in Boardman.
Little Rainn Peterson is home with her family in North Bloomfield.
Highway Patrol said alcohol is not believed to be a contributing factor in the crash, which is still under investigation.
Rainn Peterson’s great grandparents talk with WKBN 27 First News about their ordeal and how Rainn is doing.
County engineers measure the amount of asphalt used, and they make sure companies are using enough to finish the job.
The school board and the teachers’ union have both expressed optimism that they’ll work out a deal before then.
Investigators are trying to rule out possibilities, and there are a lot of them.
The initial show date was postponed because one of the band members suffered a serious back ailment.