Ohio State Highway Patrol Sgt. Timothy Grimm gave WYTV tips for staying safe on the roadways during heavy snowfall.
In light of the tragic death of a newborn this week, county agencies want residents to know about resources available for new mothers.
The renovation project is expected to be complete this year.
The truck will have a Lent-inspired menu on Wednesday.
When officers approached the house, they saw a man inside with a firearm.
The city of Youngstown announced Tuesday a new way for tax payers to see how the city is spending money.
Mahoning County Deputy Coroner Joseph Ohr said he wants mothers to be aware of resources that can protect their babies.
Youngstown Police confirmed that the infant died early Sunday on the south side of Youngstown.
The Mahoning County Engineer’s Office has used only $5,000 of overtime — compared to $22,000 at this time last year.
As vape shops in the Valley continue to open, do electronic cigarettes really offer a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes.
Prospective applicants are required to take a civil service exam. The next exam will be given on March 5.
Being involved isn’t just an option for Tressel. He says it’s the right thing to do.
Kids were able to ride dinosaur replicas and participate in scavenger hunts, a dino dig and dino theater.
Jamail Johnson’s mother, Shirlene, says prayers and forgiveness help her get through each day.
The officer says the driver fled from him, crashed the vehicle and then fled from the scene of the accident.
Even though DeBartolo no longer calls the Valley his home, the family name can still be seen throughout the area.
A portion of Wesley Avenue experienced a power outage on Saturday.
Jean Guarneri has three children, 23 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren on the way.
Downtown Youngstown usually does not see much of an uptick in traffic for Super Bowl weekend.
Cardiovascular diseases cause one in three women’s deaths each year, killing about one woman every minute.
A supervisor on the scene said the fire was difficult to fight because the floors of the house were unstable.
Police say the back door was forced open with a cutting torch and saw.
Police said the man forced his way into a relative’s home and beat a woman with a hammer.
The current building is 43 years old, and falling apart.
For months, leaders have been working to get rid of some of the abandoned car dealerships along Wick Avenue, north of YSU’s campus.
You can check here to see if you’re registered to vote.
In 2015, the state patrol made more than 100 arrests for human trafficking on Ohio roadways.
The city will pay its $50,000 deductible to its insurance company to pay Desiree Johnson and Doretha Weston in connection with the stop.
Commissioner Harry Johnson, III spoke out at the Youngstown City Council meeting on Wednesday night about the city’s water supply.
Police believe that they will end up charging one of the drivers with failing to yield.