A teen driver was hurt Monday morning after crashing the vehicle he was driving into a ditch in Vienna Township.
Police arrested a Pittsburgh man over the weekend after they say he stabbed his parents at their home near McKinley Park.
PennDOT is continuing to treat roadways in the area and will continue until roads are clear.
Vehicles off the road and accidents slowed down some commuters Monday morning.
The snow and wintry mix that was dumped on the Valley overnight is keeping road crews busy Monday morning.
Across the Valley, school districts have specific winter weather procedures set in place.
The Gerhart’s are working to transform the Butler Memorial Presbyterian Church into the city’s newest brewery.
Warren, Canfield and Lisbon OSP offices reported no major accidents Sunday afternoon.
The bill recently passed in the House and Senate. Kasich is expected to sign the bill into law within the next two weeks.
22-year-old Jalon Allen, who is charged with murdering Andre Harrison on Sept. 20, is now in jail.
YSU will play at Eastern Washington on Saturday with a chance to go to the National Championship.
According to officials, crews restored power by 11 a.m.
Ohio Edison reported a power outage on the north side of Youngstown.
Wi-Fi hotspots are available for library members to take home for free. They can be checked out for one week at a time.
The Penguins beat Wofford in two overtimes in front of 8,066 fans at Stambaugh Stadium.
Other winners were South Range boys and Poland and Boardman girls.
A jury indicted an East Palestine woman on two charges, possession of cocaine and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.
I-79 from the highway’s end point in Erie to its intersection with I-80 in Mercer County will have a reduced speed of 45 mph.
Dr. Michael Sevilla from the Family Practice Center of Salem talked about some ways to keep up with your resolution this year.
For those with students in Youngstown City Schools, the district’s CEO is asking parents to complete a survey about how well you think the s…
Officers arrested a man after the search of the home, where they also found baggies of crack and marijuana, according to a police report.
It has been 38 years since Youngstown Sheet and Tube closed, but workers still get together each year for the holidays.