Every second Saturday in May, the National Association of Letter Carriers puts on its Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
A Giant Eagle customer reached out to WYTV, concerned that people weren’t being notified of the contamination.
William Fambro was convicted of shooting Teresa Hunter at the Riverview Motel in October.
Lightning can be just as beneficial to plants as rain, due to a chemical reaction during thunderstorms.
Phillip Bergman’s attorney indicated that he may file a not guilty plea, by reason of insanity, depending on the results of his evaluation.
Police said surveillance video showed a man throwing a brick through the glass front door of the restaurant.
A Youngstown man was sentenced to life in prison after he was convicted of crossing state lines to rape an 11-year old, law enforcement offi…
The inductees will be recognized at a ceremony at the Ohio Statehouse on Thursday, May 19.
A man and woman accused of having sex and using drugs in a car while the woman’s daughter was in a car seat appeared in court Tuesday.
A number of people in the Valley are struggling to find work, due to traffic violations, a criminal record or even a bad credit report.
Nearly 100 local, state and even federal first responders are getting the latest information.
The skeletal remains were found near a hotel on Youngstown Road two weeks ago.
Grove City’s city council voted that pet stores could only purchase animals from rescue groups, humane societies or shelters.
The annual Taste of the Faiths festival was held at St. Charles Church Monday night.
Four vacant house fires in less than 24 hours, that’s what firefighters in Youngstown dealt with Monday night.
A local woman got the chance to meet one of her favorite baseball players at Progressive Field.
Mills is accused of inappropriately touching a young female relative.
The boys’ relatives or estates and one survivor sued the city and Trumbull County for damages, alleging the road and guardrail weren’t prope…
Bernard Barnes appeared Monday afternoon in Youngstown Muncipal Court on a murder charge.
A bill that lawmakers say could prevent another Sebring water crisis will be discussed in Columbus Tuesday.
Construction crews have changed the traffic pattern around state Route 11, and that caused at least a mile-long traffic tie up.
The Beaver Local school district is wrapping up its first year in the new technology driven building.
The Niles Youth Soccer League has decided to cancel games this week due to a miscommunication.
An $18 million construction project is right on schedule to open next summer at Akron Children’s Hospital.
The training focuses on preparedness for a terrorist attack, and several students are expected to take part in it.
A Cortland man is charged with domestic violence and assault in the incident.
The state average was $2.16 in Monday’s survey from auto club AAA,
Over $100K in drugs were found hidden in a pickup truck in Lucas County.
Crews in Youngstown worked late Sunday night to control two vacant house fires.
A traffic stop in Youngstown early Monday morning netted over $3,000 in cash and prescription medication.