A judge has ordered an Ohio man who fatally shot his father at Easter services to spend his life in a mental health facility.
An argument New Year’s Eve led to a man hitting another man with his car.
Youngstown Mayor John McNally wants answers as to why a contract with Correction Corporation of America was not renewed.
Overall, Pennsylvania drivers now pay up to 70 cents a gallon in state and federal gas taxes.
A $2.5 million federal lawsuit filed by a bar owner against the city of Warren was dismissed.
The owner of second-run movie theaters in Boardman and Niles is gearing up for the local opening of the film “The Interview.”
Buckeyes fans were cautiously optimistic heading into their semifinal playoff game against Alabama.
TNP will be restoring the historical Hughes Mansion for housing for veterans.
The goal behind this exhibit is to teach kids about food, including where it is grown, how people get it and how it is part of a healthy lif…
It gets 15,000 requests for food assistance every week.
The Davis Family YMCA expects to see lots of new members in the coming weeks.
The bikers ride almost daily from May through October.
Ryder Nathan Wollet came into the world at 4:01 a.m. on Thursday at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Boardman.
The Grandview Tavern sponsors the chilly event every New Year’s Day.
The losing restaurant must donate a portion of the day’s proceeds to the food bank of the champion’s choice.
The ministers said that message is particularly important now as racial tensions are increasing.
Hundreds of blue light bulbs will be distributed at the Hubbard City Building on Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Everything Buckeyes store in the Eastwood Mall brought in a special stock of Sugar Bowl game shirts.
Two people were injured in a shooting outside of a Youngstown bar early New Year’s Day.
The warehouse is the same one where a truck carrying spoiled food originated from when it was pulled over in September in Lawrence County.
Investigators said there was no obvious signs of trauma on the body.
Two men were arrested in Warren after a short standoff New Year’s Day.
First Night events across the Valley help residents ring in the New Year.
Douglas Miner, 41, faces 16 felony counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor and one count of tampering with evidence.
As always, the best ways to prevent the flu are frequent hand washing, not touching your face and getting a flu vaccine, even if it isn’t qu…
The phones at the Niles Municipal Building have been ringing off the hook non-stop all week,
Grace George, a senior at South Range High School, made and collected 265 blankets at her home in Green Township for a school project.
The couple was involved in a string of burglaries and car break-ins dating back to last summer.
An anti-fracking group marked the third anniversary of the 2011 4.0-magnitude earthquake in Youngstown with rallies at three sites.
BOARDMAN, Ohio (WYTV) – Someone who bought a lottery ticket in Boardman is $11.1 million richer. Marie Kilbane with the Ohio Lottery Commiss…