The daughter had multiple injuries, and told hospital staff she was beaten by her mother since she was seven.
More than 200 faculty members have been working without a contract since last month.
Drivers from across Ohio took to the streets of Youngstown today to protest for livable wages.
A large number of the students WYTV talked to either didn’t know about the controversial football player or didn’t care.
The university appealed the decision Friday morning and the appeals court dismissed it Friday afternoon.
Police found an unresponsive man in the parking lot behind The Busy Bee on South Avenue.
Open interviews will be held next week at two of the assisted living facilities.
Officers originally responded to the area on a report of someone stealing copper piping and other things from a vacant house.
Mahoning County Commissioners and Austintown Trustees have waged a battle with each other, but it’s all for a good cause.
A one-time star on the CBS series “Survivor” said he is now trying to use his status to help young people.
Friday may be a good time to give riding the bus a try.
The robber has been arrested in Canton.
33 WYTV News is sponsoring this year’s race.
A woman in the house is facing drug charges, according to a police report.
Three men are facing drug charges following a drug raid on the city’s north side.
Valley residents were trained on identity-based violence and how to recognize it.
The Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation now has the money to make the dream of safety and security on the south side a reality.
The university is recognizing Suicide Prevention Week to raise awareness of the second-leading cause of death for young Ohioans.
Police say the shooting happened off of the school’s property.
The victim tried to get an explanation from the suspect but was threatened again, according to a police report.
One teen was arrested but more people could be involved.
The $400,000 federal grant would allow for four new firefighters and would keep all the trucks on the road.
A nurse on the scene said the man has a serious head injury.
They answered questions on a number of issues, including the city’s poverty level, racism, and the school system.
Experts explain what the early color change could mean.
For the last several years, some math classes at the YCSD high school haven’t had permanent math teachers.
The woman was at the doctor’s office with her children, according to police.
The names of the people and police officers who lost their lives on Sept. 11 were read at a YSU memorial Monday.
Though the Floridians originally from the Youngstown area escaped the brunt of the storm, they say it’ll take a while to bounce back.
Several local volunteers are in Texas and Florida, helping hurricane victims.