The Ohio State Highway Patrol and local law enforcement plan a statewide crackdown ahead of the Labor Day weekend.
Rain threat continues into the weekend
School leaders in the Valley discuss budget cuts, testing, and secondary education at a meeting in Canfield.
CANFIELD, Ohio (WYTV) — The Steel Valley Cluster Dog Show concluded on Sunday at the Canfield Fairgrounds. More than 2,000 pure-bred dogs co…
Police impounded the car a Canfield man was using which belonged to the elderly woman.
CANFIELD, Ohio (WYTV) — Hazmat crews were called to the Glenview Road area in Canfield on Sunday morning after a car ended up in a creek. Ac…
A Columbus man who owns three Canfield companies was charged in federal court with failing to pay income tax.
Neil Cornelius said he used alcohol in a written statement he gave to police.
The Cardinals begin the 2014 season with a home match up against the defending Northeastern Buckeye Conference champions, the Louisville Leo…
CANFIELD, Ohio (WYTV) — State Highway Patrol troopers in six states are teaming up to crack down on distracted driving this week. It’s part …
CANFIELD, Ohio (WYTV) – Easter Seals and the Youngstown Hearing & Speech Center will hold their 9th annual auction on Friday at St. Michael’…
View the Canfield 2014 High School Football schedule.
With more serious storms potentially headed for the Valley this weekend, storm survivors weigh in and give advice on how to be prepar
Youngstown, OH (WKBN)- Some of the best young talent took center stage at the Field of Dreams facility in south Youngstown Thursday.
One day after a tornado went through parts of Canfield, the cleanup began on Wednesday.
The National Weather Service confirmed a low-level tornado went through western Mahoning County on Tuesday afternoon.
The Canfield area, especially the neighborhoods around Herbert Road, bore the brunt of the damage from Tuesday's sudden storm.
CANFIELD, Ohio (WYTV) — A group of Canfield grads came together today to honor the past and ensure the future. And they did that by hitting …
Canfield kicked off its July 4th celebration bright and early with a 4-mile run that drew more than 1,200 people.
A family is trying to turn their tragedy into something positive for the community.