Two men were arrested during a drug raid in Youngstown.
Police found two guns, heroin, a digital scale and other paraphernalia.
The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership has big plans for 2018.
Christina was live at Advanced Skin Spa to learn proper ways to keep your skin healthy in 2018.
The Pledge of Allegiance is brought to you by 33 WYTV and Hometown Pharmacy.
City Kids Care said socks are the most requested item in shelters around the country, with many homeless people walking miles and miles ever…
In each of their 9 wins, the Golden Eagles have held their opponents to 56 points or less.
Braedon Poole scored 34 points to lead the way for McDonald as the Blue Devils topped Western Reserve Tuesday night
The Panthers earned their 8th win on the year.
It’s the second-leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking and kills 21,000 Americans every year.
One woman said the Christmas lights are irritating but the man who started the display has plans to make it even bigger next year.
The Falcons even their record at 5-5 with the win.
Nate Solak scored a team-high 15 points in Lowellville’s 58-48 win over Springfield Tuesday night.
LaBrae senior Logan Kiser scored a game-high 26 points in an 83-55 win over Champion Tuesday
The Niles School District has a $340,000 deficit for the upcoming school year and is currently in fiscal caution.
Damage to Puerto Rico’s power grid caused by Hurricane Maria shut down manufacturing plants that make the IVs.
Current model data showing a wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain possible across the Valley.
The city of Girard could soon have a permanent fixture honoring their fallen hero Officer Justin Leo.
A waterline break flooded basements on Wendover Circle in Youngstown last month and now, homeowners aren’t much better off.
Durkin has amassed 1,205 points during her career, which is fourth-best in program history.
A child was thrown through the window of a pickup truck after it crashed into a tree Tuesday morning.
The Air Force banned the use of a foam containing potentially deadly chemicals known as PFCs last spring.
Authorities are still looking for some of the suspects.
A witness told police that Phillips told another man, “I’m from New York. I’ll pop pop you.”
The Red Cross has a Blood Donor app in which you can find blood drives and donation centers near you.
Police said the victim had a recording in which Burrus can be heard saying, “That’s only the beginning. Wait until you’re sleeping.”
Investigators said the Mahoning County judge stole cash from her client’s home after her client died.
Boardman police arrested two men that they say tried to break into a car on Mill Creek Boulevard.
Politics have been part of Nan Whaley’s life for as long as she can remember.
Christina was live at Belleria Pizza, as we make our way through “National Pizza Week”.