HUBBARD TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WYTV) – Authorities made an arrest Friday in connection with a robbery at the Flying J Travel Plaza in Hubbard Towns…
The Ohio Senate unanimously passed a proposal Thursday to create an independent commission to decide pay levels for elected public officials…
Several employees were evacuated but were not hurt.
People packed into the Reynolds VFW Hall on Thursday night to hear about a new plan that could eliminate nearly two dozen county-owned bridg…
Springfield Local Schools are on a 2-hour delay as police search for suspect.
Since it was established in 2005, the Mental Health Court has graduated about two dozen people who have completed the two-year program.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Beeghly campus of Akron Children’s Hospital for the annual tree lighting ceremony.
Mancini retired with a record of 29 wins, including 23 knockouts, and five losses.
Investigators said seven juveniles and one adult are responsible for the break-ins at several local businesses over the past few weeks.
The department found a systemic pattern of reckless and inappropriate use of force by officers.
Thirty-five students on the Quiz Bowl team visited Stambaugh Auditorium, where they got a behind-the-scenes tour of the historical venue.
Tonight, the kitten is at animal charity is doing okay.
The survey will be open until Dec. 18.
Officers will now be carrying Narcan to combat drug overdose.
WARREN TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WYTV) – Police have identified the cyclist who died Thursday in Warren Township as Tony Wells, 25, of Warren, Ohio. M…
CAMPBELL, Ohio (WYTV) – A man who slipped behind the wheel of a Cintas delivery truck in Campbell and took off through several backyards is …
CAMPBELL, Ohio (WYTV) – Campbell Police arrested two men Wednesday evening after a traffic stop resulted in the discovery of marijuana and h…
A man riding a bicycle was hit Thursday morning along Main Avenue S.W. in Warren Township.
A mobile home was destroyed by fire in Calcutta.
A new training facility could be built soon in downtown Youngstown.
Flames were seen coming from a third floor apartment.
Thousands celebrated in the heart of Manhattan on Wednesday night as they watched the lighting of the 85-foot-tall Christmas tree in Rockefe…
The bar is fighting to keep its liquor license after a councilman said he planned to object to renewing it.
Wednesday night’s Youngstown City Council meeting determined that sewer rates will increase beginning next year.
More than 100 vendors will be on hand for holiday shoppers.
The grant includes technical support from Washington and eventually money to help in the planning process.
A New Middletown man won the jackpot in a $1 million Ohio Lottery scratch-off game.
A traffic stop in Youngstown is under investigation involving a police officer and family member he pulled over.
The dumped trash on Shaffer Road has been cleaned up.
Increased patrols around local businesses in Campbell have netted a few drug arrests.