Getting the most from the foods we eat is the focus of a weekly market in Youngstown.
A stop-sale order on the Chevrolet Cruze lasted less than 12 hours, but the automaker is still closely examining the safety issue.
Oliver Hargrove is accused of setting fire to his ex-girlfriend’s South Side house after an argument on Oct. 23, 2011.
The men were indicted following a shootout at a South Side gas station last week.
As Secretary of State John Kerry met with foreign ministers of the Mid East Thursday, Valley Congressman Tim Ryan spoke out about the fallou…
Convicted killer Danny Lee Hill has lost his latest battle to be taken off of death row.
Thousands of pending court cases nationwide could be impacted after the Supreme Court’s ruling that restricts police searches of cellphones.
Layoff notices were sent out to workers at a Lawrence County business.
Akron Children’s Hospital has begun construction and renovations to the Special Care Nursery and Pediatric Inpatient Unit on its Boardman ca…
WYTV 33 and Panera Bread are proud to announce a new initiative that highlights local schools and groups during WYTV 33 News Daybreak with L…
McNally announced the filling of two city positions Thursday.
Wildlife experts with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and U.S. Department of Agriculture conducted a controlled euthanization of a …
BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) — The construction zone on Route 224 at Interstate 680 has created headaches for many motorists, trying to get where t…
The discovery was made at the Tri-County Industries, Inc. facility in Pine Township on Wednesday afternoon.
The grant is dedicated to bolstering the Chamber’s economic development efforts in Trumbull County, according to a news release from the Caf…
After several hours of deliberations, a jury found Lavelle Stanley, 24, guilty Wednesday.
A garbage truck got stuck underneath a bridge trestle used for a railroad line.
Christopher Miller was found guilty of tampering with evidence, but the jury was unable to reach a verdict on a murder charge.
Job seekers grow frustrated as they try to land that perfect job.
An Ohio Dept. of Job and Family Services employee in Mahoning County is awaiting potential punishment after the investigation.