Restaurant owners downtown believe removing street vendors from the First Night Youngstown event was what caused the increase in sales.
One woman on the west side says two of her parked cars have been hit within the past month.
Crews were called just after 2 a.m. to a vacant home on Payne Court.
Here is a look back at the best sports storylines of 2015.
If you’re planning to use a cab or taxi, you’ll need to call in advance.
Dogs and cats can’t tell you when they’re afraid. But you can watch for the signs.
Three hundred sixty-four days of preparation go into First Night Youngstown.
Chuck Shasho with the Youngstown Public Works department says he’s looking in to the problem.
LAFF shows classic sitcoms, funny videos and newer comedies.
If someone calls and asks for money, threatening to turn off your power if you don’t give it to them immediately, be suspicious.
The woman told police a robber said to her, “Tell Jimmy merry Christmas from the north side.” Jimmy is her son.
The second season of horse racing at Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course has been a successful one so far.
No one was hurt in the Wednesday night shooting on Dryden Ave.
John Serrano was crying and trying to stay composed as the judge announced he was turning the case over.
Authorities charged Jalisha Wylie, 18, with child endangerment and Anthony Stigal, 19, with felonious assault.
A judge set Smith’s bond at $25,000.
The new Youngstown City Council will hold its first meeting Monday night.
David Betras says the Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber will not be invited to any campaign visits.
Massive rainfall has caused panic in the Midwest. Could it happen here?
First Night Youngstown is expected to draw a crowd, and more officers will be there to keep things in order.
If you’re thinking of buying a car this winter, read this first.
Columbiana County had seven fire fatalities in 2015, giving it as many as any other county in Ohio.
Workers need to finish installing the switch gear Tuesday and hope to do so without explosions.
A viewer told WYTV that the collision happened around 2 a.m.
Youngstown State University is closed Tuesday because of a power outage.
Adamczak is taking the seat left empty by Councilman John Swierz. He was forced out due to term limits.
Police said Smith lives out of state and that the woman is currently in critical condition at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital.
Changes will be made to the event’s food, music and fireworks.
Fire crews were called to Hartzell Ave. Sunday evening.
The owner of Conroy’s Party Shop on South Ave. wanted to do something nice for the community.