Ellen Zban was shot once in the face and twice in the arm in February.
They say George Krinos has continued to sell phony securities to unsuspecting clients while free on bond — even changing his name on docume…
Special shows are scheduled to show off the new projector and other improvements.
The driver hit the cement wall leading to a toll booth on Interstate 376.
Scott Caraboolad goes to places like prisons and schools trying to inspire people with his story.
In some cases, the research showed manganese levels were twice as high in East Liverpool students than other students.
Poland’s famous dancer, June Baker, stopped by WYTV Daybreak on Thursday morning to show off her moves.
As junior and senior students begin their fall semester, Many of them are planning ahead, looking for internships and job opportunities.
A new policy was also put in place to stop people from getting water discounts without approval from city council.
Cruisin’ Crew has donated money to 11 different food pantries across Columbiana County for the past 10 years.
Council voted unanimously to spend $15,000 to assess east side land adjacent to where the plants are being built.
1,317 volunteers worked 19 community days.
The Western Reserve Port Authority heard from a consultant about what they should do next with the airport.
A school teaching the next generation of airline mechanics is celebrating growth in the Valley.
The newly renovated Fifth Avenue McDonald’s, near the YSU campus, showed off its new look Wednesday.
As of 6:05 p.m. Wednesday, there are 695 Canfield residents without power, and 606 Canfield Twp. residents without power.
Youngstown State University’s Board of Trustees is drafting a tentative agreement based on a fact finder’s report.
Back in February, Amiee Mathews of Sharon started the Building of Hope.
A judge set bond at $1 million on Wednesday for Louis Littlejohn.
Over the next ten years following Black Monday, many of the steel-related jobs were gone. But not all of them.
Shaiquon Marquel Sharpe is in the Mahoning County Jail on unrelated weapons charges.
Police said Ritter advertised a “full girlfriend experience” online.
Some people in the Valley are preparing for the worst as they wait for news from friends and family living in Puerto Rico.
A man told police he believed they were trying to kill him as he is the victim in a case involving one of the suspects.
Organizers said part of the money goes toward buying equipment like walkers and wheelchairs.
Quest Wellness Ohio LLC said in its application that it would donate at least 10 percent of its produce to the Second Harvest Food Bank.
Blasco was arrested Monday and the house on Kenilworth Avenue was boarded up.
As fall approaches, we are heading into another peak pollen season.
The automaker announced that it is buying wind energy from wind farms in Ohio
The Tyler History Center held a panel discussion about how Black Monday shaped the Valley for the past 40 years.