A telephone pole was sheared on Oak Street in Warren when a car sped out of control.
Officers are chosen by the Crisis Response Team for their work as police officers and their ability to communicate.
At a meeting Thursday night, Shenango Township supervisors approved a measure to begin advertising for a police chief to form their own poli…
YSU president Jim Tressel said in the face of potential cuts on campus, one of his priorities will be to make sure administrators and staff …
WYTV has been following the Ohio Hidden Cash adventure and on Friday, two clues made their way to our station.
Tickets are selling fast for the Rod Stewart concert on Aug. 24 at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown.
The company said because the potential flaw was on an internal server, no personal information was compromised.
Heroin laced with the powerful synthetic painkiller fentanyl is being blamed for more than 20 fatal overdoses in western Pennsylvania earlie…
A man suffered minor injuries in a second crash in downtown Warren an hour later.
The Boardman Booster Club is spearheading the stadium project.
After a three-month search, the East Liverpool City School District has a new superintendent.
Two checkpoints will begin at 10 p.m. Friday and run through 3 a.m. Saturday in Brookfield and Niles.
The Super Nationals have arrived in Salem for the weekend, and with it comes vehicles with a history.
Youngstown State University political science professor Dr. Paul Sracic predicted what's next on the president's timeline.
Fundraising for the stadium began two years ago and is being led by the Boardman Booster Club.
Across the village, the sound of chainsaws could be heard nearly everywhere there is damage.
High winds left a path of destruction across the county and left branches, trees and power lines down, with the Stoneboro and Greenville are…
Mahoning County will be able to repave about four times as many streets this year thanks to grants and private companies.
A Boardman man was indicted Thursday for a shooting death in Youngstown.
Detectives said she bought $17,000 of personal items with the organization's debit card.