Local students and labor leaders are watching what transpires after the recent NLRB ruling to allow student athletes to unionize.
A mumps outbreak is impacting Columbus right now. And a measles outbreak has popped up in California. But why are these afflictions making a…
DNV Energy, which operates Youngstown Pipe and Steel, plans a $1.5 million expansion at its Wilson Avenue plant.
A bill that offers incentives to switch to compressed natural gas passed unanimously in the Ohio State House.
Mahoning County’s mass-transit service has some new vehicles on the road now that cater to its changing clientele.
A local block watch and church is partnering to bring a first of its kind Easter egg hunt to Youngstown’s South Side.
They say writing letters is becoming a lost art but a partnership between Youngstown State University and a Youngstown city school is keepin…
Two Ohio state representatives introduced a bill Thursday that if passed would raise the minimum wage in Ohio to $10.10 per hour.
Authorities say a Youngstown man has died after being burned by a fire that was sparked by a space heater.
President Barack Obama and the Vatican gave distinctly different accounts of the president’s audience with Pope Francis.
Brad Milligan pleaded guilty Thursday to aggravated murder charges in connection with the December death of her sister, Laura Michael.
Several fire trucks went to a duplex on North Brockway Ave. Thursday morning to investigate a fire.
WYTV 33 and Panera Bread are proud to announce a new initiative that highlights local schools during WYTV 33 News Daybreak with Len Rome and…
Holiday Inn employees, along with Salem Mayor John Berlin, took part in a ceremonial groundbreaking Thursday morning in Salem.
A special meeting in Youngstown tonight is supposed to be the last in a series of community forums.
General Motors has one more worry in the wake of a major recall inquiry.
A new kind of ATM allows you to get cupcakes and other food options.
Young men and women given a second chance to earn their high school diplomas.
Tracking human trafficking in this area is a difficult task for advocates because statistics on the crime have not been kept.
Clifford D. Phillips was accused of paying other firefighters to perform his work while he was off duty on a trade and still collecting bene…