WKBN was told that approximately 950 people were impacted by the outage.
This is the second year TSI has done this program, and for both years, Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership has donated the houses.
The athletic department opened ticket sales at 9 a.m. Tuesday and by 2:30 p.m., they were gone.
Youngstown State University will be the first university to offer the competition to non-business students.
A local financial expert suggests a few smart money moves to make before the end of the year.
WKBN spent the entire second half capturing the scene inside the bar/restaurant.
Our Community Kitchen gave away free warm meals, while there was also a tent with free items like socks and diapers.
YSU (12-3) advances to the National Championship on Jan. 7 against James Madison in Frisco, Texas.
Ellsworth Cemetery was one of over a thousand cemeteries participating in the Wreaths Across America nationwide project.
On Saturday inside the JFK high school gymnasium, city officials and coaches took to the podium to speak to the athletes.
Four of the YSU football players who will not play in Saturday’s game are starters for the Penguins.
All speeds are now restored to their usual posted limits.
The 26.2 mile race is set for Sunday, June 4. A full marathon, half marathon and 5K are expected.
Youngstown Police were called to the Dollar General on Market Street around 8 p.m. Friday.
The Lisbon Police Department prepared to give back to the community Friday.
A frigid forecast is expected for YSU’s FCS Semifinal matchup with Eastern Washington.
Saturday’s contest will be held at Roos Field. ‘The Inferno,’ is the only all-red playing surface in college football.
Surveillance video has been clarified by the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation.
Icy conditions are on the way for the Valley Friday night and into Saturday.
Humane agents say it took nearly all day to bring Dunkin’s temperature back to normal after he was found frozen in Youngstown.
The last time one-year-old Wyatt saw his grandfather was when he was sick.
The Area Agency on Aging says the elderly and disabled are particularly at risk in frigid temperatures.