Engineering students at Youngstown State University took part in a competition that will get them ready for a career in construction.
Veteran groups from the tri-county area and Mercer are rallying in downtown Youngstown this afternoon, letting people know about POW Bowe Be…
A Mahoning County grand jury indicted businessman David Perham of Boardman Thursday for mishandling a client’s investment.
About 32,100 Ohioans have until April 15 to claim an estimated $24.5 million in income tax refunds left over from 2010.
Free Methodist Community Church in New Middletown is holding a blood drive to honor local priest Stephen Popovich, who was paralyzed in a ca…
After a water leak damaged the Arms Family Museum this past winter, a preservation consultant has been hired to begin work on the heavily da…
Youngstown State University’s Williamson College of Business Administration held its spring internship program Friday.
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…
Mahoning County Republican Party Chairman Mark Munroe announced Thursday that five applicants asked to be considered for the Mahoning County…
Crews are working to clear the scene of a tractor-trailer rollover in Brookfield.
Local health officials are on alert due to a mumps outbreak in central Ohio.
Milan takes a look at movies playing at the box office.
Some workers in Ohio may be getting a raise, if some legislators get their way.
The glow was from a burn-off of gas at the Hilcorp Energy Carbon Limestone Utica well site.
Head coach Ralph Blundo took the mic in front of the crowd and thanked fans for their unwavering support.
The work will be on display through the beginning of April at Bliss Hall.
Guest bartenders, including WKBN 27 First News This Morning’s Greta Mittereder and Damon Maloney, helped raise money for the United Way of Y…
Youngstown City Council approved a $171.5 million budget on Thursday.
Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith is being targeted in a lawsuit that seeks his removal from office.
Both Columbiana County commissioner candidates for the Democratic Party have had trouble with the law