A recent city-wide building assessment estimated the cost to fix the pool to be about $1.8 million.
Valar Blair woke up to find water in his basement that was up to his ankles.
Brandon Sample was reported missing by his family last week, and his car was found abandoned in Niles.
They are listed as former residents of Peebles, Ohio but are now believed to be living in Alaska.
Police said the six-month-old child’s car seat wasn’t buckled into the seat.
Jackson Township Police Chief Greg Taillon says 74-year-old Robert Sine, of Austintown, confused his car’s gas pedal with the brake pedal.
Thunderstorm watches turned into warnings Sunday afternoon as the weather increasingly got worse throughout the day.
William Casey will be sentenced October 2 after an investigation to determine if he is a sexually violent offender.
In February, Joey Seaman was accused of breaking into the home of a Struthers woman and trying to sexually assault her.
Neighbors at Plantation Park focused on damage control Monday, helping each other assess their homes and cars.
U.S. Marshals arrested Chad Oliveira on the city’s south side.
Those living within the boundaries east of Albert Street, North of Early Road and West of Liberty Road are affected.
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The commute through Youngstown on Monday morning was stalled after flooding on a portion Interstate 680.
Nearly one foot of water was sitting on the roof and leaking throughout the building.
Flames broke out about 4:30 a.m. at Sharpsville Floral, located at 244 W. Main Street.
Len Rome gives us an update on his recovery from knee surgery.
Katie takes us to Trailside Bicycle Company to talk about a great deal and some summer fun.
Sunday was the last day of the Idora Park Experience. Hundreds showed up to re-live their childhood memories.
East Palestine was hit hard by storms Sunday afternoon — even resulting in one women being struck in the head by a falling tree.
Thousands of people stopped by the the Thunder Over the Valley Air Show Sunday to watch the events preceding the storm.
Dads and their kids decided to take advantage of the good weather for the first half of Sunday and spend Father’s Day outside.
WYTV has received numerous calls of trees and power lines down across the Valley.
The Western Reserve Scourge have won three straight games after grabbing a win Saturday against the Canton Pitbulls.
More than 50 people threw tires, ran stairs and held planks at Stambaugh Stadium.
The Scrappers open the season Monday in WV, with their first home game Wednesday at Eastwood Field.
Saturday was the first day for visitors to watch the show in Vienna in its entirety — and it was a hot one outside.
A tree fell on a motorcyclist at Oak Street Extension and Early Road on Youngstown’s east side.
Youngstown Orthopaedic Associates is aimed at making things quicker and more focused for patients.
The air show is actually a big recruiting event for the Air Reserve.