Earlier this month, David Calhoun, Jr. pleaded guilty to last November’s triple murder.
The Atlanta-based company issued a statement, saying it entered into a restructuring agreement to reduce debt by over $1 billion.
WYTV spoke to the company in May about its plans.
Youngstown police are investigating after a man was shot and a woman was injured while sitting in a car.
Youngstown police are investigating two instances of vandalism at the home of Youngstown schools CEO Krish Mohip.
A man from Niles was charged with felonious assault Wednesday after police say he rammed his pickup truck into a car on Route 711.
Two men and a woman are facing drug charges following a drug raid on the city’s south side.
Prosecutors said 9-year-old Marcus Lee died the day after Christmas from what doctors called “acute cocaine toxicity.”
A pair of powerhouse Ohio Republicans will move from rivalry to cooperation in the 2018 race for Ohio governor.
Among the arrestees are a local attorney and an Austintown Schools coach.
Christina was live at the Southern Park Mall to learn more about The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign and where the money goes.
Almost all bourbon comes from Kentucky.
The Pledge of Allegiance is brought to you by 33 WYTV and Hometown Pharmacy.
“Jingle Bells” was the first song broadcast from space.
Katelyn Sawyer tallied 19 points to lead Boardman to a 40-34 win over Cardinal Mooney Wednesday night in the season opener for both teams.
The YSU Men’s Basketball Team fell to Robert Morris, 81-74 Wednesday night at Beeghly Center.
Sabria Hunter led the Falcons with a game-high 24 points.
Bella Gajdos registers 22 for Poland.
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“It makes my stomach turn,” Krish Mohip said about those who say the national academic averages don’t apply to Youngstown students.
City Kids Care is hoping the community can help them collect 3,000 new or gently-used coats.
It doesn’t just happen at the highest levels of entertainment, media, and government — it can happen at your workplace, too.
The new process of repair and maintenance uses recycled grindings to chip seal the roads.
Police say the damage appears to be by shots from a pellet gun.
Putting out hot-spots is a dance that the department says won’t be ending anytime soon.
People who are close to Joe Mackos say he has a heart of gold and is a natural-born leader for Youngstown’s Knights of Columbus chapter.
While firefighters were busy battling flames, the community was organizing another kind of help.
Firefighters say the owner of the building takes in used items and refurbishes them for sale at local flea markets.
JeShawn Elliott, 27, was originally charged with attempted assault on a police officer but pleaded guilty Tuesday to menacing.
The Sisterhood Hunters specialize in tracking down and exposing internet scammers.