Vandalism in Youngstown’s parks is at a 20-year high, which is costing the city money and keeping people from enjoying public property.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The overgrown and unsightly property on Youngstown’s West Side that was once Borts Pool is back on a maintenance s…
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown is pressing the Obama Administration and the Department of Commerce to reconsider a recent ruling on foreign stee…
See just how much mileage some Mahoning County law enforcement cruisers have on them.
A Massillon woman was killed Friday afternoon after crossing the center line on Route 30 in Hanoverton and hitting an RV head-on.
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In honor of National Donut Day on Friday, a new business in downtown Youngstown used the “holiday” to mark their grand opening.
All services and admissions have returned to normal at East Liverpool City Hospital.
Wednesday, an Ohio Department of Agriculture representative confirmed to WKBN that food supplier New Sheng Hung has one of their trucks runn…
Those waiting to hear from the department may have to wait a little longer to hear back.
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…
A Sharpsville man accused of attempted murder after he stabbed an employee at a Sharon Hospital will be evaluated by a psychiatrist before h…
Kevin Sabo and Joseph Holmes are accused of stealing a bag of shrimp from the Sparkle Market on South Avenue and then trying to run over a g…
The investigation is still ongoing after multiple law enforcement agencies raided three Internet cafes in Austintown on Thursday.
The Youngstown Board of Control approved settlement agreements with Cicero Davis and Lyndsey Hughes.
More than 10 high-ranking GM officials will be fired in the wake of an investigation into the company’s processes.
An upgrade is taking place with area power lines in Trumbull County, but that’s not the only thing being fixed.
Youngstown isn’t the only city with a shortage of lifeguards this summer.
Commissioners are trying to avoid a projected $6.5 million shortfall in 2015.
A Hubbard man that left for work on Wednesday afternoon and was reported missing has returned home.