Half of the state’s school districts still have crumbling schools in need of repair or replacement.
A new study says many teens get their first tattoo around 9th grade and that half of all teens have at least one piercing.
33 WYTV News looked into how 2017’s hurricane season measures up to other years.
Her idea for changing health care in Ohio if elected governor includes what she calls “market-based, consumer-driven solutions.”
Hundreds of people from the area chipped in to help fill the truck, bringing things like water, bleach, and canned food.
The crash happened on State Route 62, north of Western Reserve Road in Canfield Township.
The Vienna unit, which is the only one of its kind in the Department of Defense, was called in by state and federal authorities in Texas for…
Police noted in their report that they received no calls about shots fired in the area of the bar.
Police said they found clothing worn in robberies in Hermitage, New Wilmington and New Castle in the suspect’s home.
YSU’s Moot Court team was ranked 11th in the nation prior to last year’s tournament
An investigation is underway to determine what caused the crash.
The values were determined as a result of an appraisal of each property, which is required every six years.
Prosecutors say the business failed to pay more than $13,000 for premiums to the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.
A man was arrested after a search of the home on Kenilworth Avenue SE on Monday morning.
Anyone who comes to get a flu shot needs to bring their insurance cards, driver’s license, Medicaid and Medicare cards.
Lance Hundley, accused of beating Erika Huff to death in 2015, faces a possible death sentence if he’s convicted.
Terrell Martin has four pending cases against him, including aggravated murder in the shooting death of Zachary Howell
Details on the checkpoint will be released later this week
The daughter had multiple injuries, and told hospital staff she was beaten by her mother since she was seven.
Pymatuning Park’s manager said the fish kill at Pymatuning is lake-wide and about 200 fish have died.
The new color replaced Dandelion Yellow.
The driver was trying to avoid a dead horse lying in the road.
More than 200 faculty members have been working without a contract since last month.
Christina was at V2 on National Cheeseburger Day to learn about the burgers on their menu.
Joe Gibson — a Marine Corp veteran from Salem — got to try his new chair for the first time on Sunday.
Drivers from across Ohio took to the streets of Youngstown today to protest for livable wages.
15-year-old Gavin Campbell is collecting police department patches from all over the U.S. after help from East Liverpool police.
The Davis Family YMCA hosted the 12th annual Pooch Pentathalon on Sunday.
Richard Bates was arrested in connection with a shooting at Chipper’s Sports Bar and Grille in Austintown.
Sheri Streitferdt’s loved ones hosted a benefit dinner Sunday to help pay for her radiation treatment.