The Oakhill Renaissance corruption case could be over before the trial even starts.
A timeline of events in the Oakhill Renaissance Place case.
New details are emerging with the problems at the Western Reserve Port Authority.
Eight years ago, 16 of the C-130 planes were assigned to the Youngstown Air Reserve Station, but that has been cut down twice since then, in…
Warren has two new pieces of equipment to keep the city safe.
Totaling almost 200-pages, the documents name nearly all the defendants in the Oakhill investigation.
Boardman Township is looking for a new fire chief now that Chief George Brown is retiring.
The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office announced a grand jury indictment of Youngstown Mayor John McNally and Mahoning County Auditor Micha…
Former Youngstown Mayor Jay Williams was confirmed Wednesday to a key economic development post in the Obama administration.
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…
Regulators, lawmakers and ordinary drivers are learning what auto engineers already know: Those billowing white bags are complex.
General Motors provides new details about the connection between the recall and the airbag deployment in some of the cars.
There were at least two more reports of a bear sighting on Youngstown’s east side.
Since Akron Children’s Hospital’s Beeghly Campus opened in Boardman in 2008, they have received more than $10.4 million in donations.
Niles police and officers from the Trumbull Ashtabula Group Law Enforcement Task Force have been investigating reported drug activity at 6 E…
The 88-minute film, “The Anonymous People,” aims at helping the more than 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery from alcohol and…
Initial calls said there might have been dogs inside the house, but there were not.
More and more Mahoning Valley kids are leaving varsity sports to focus on travel leagues.
On Tuesday, WKBN received the names of the applicants for the Superintendent of the Mahoning County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
Kids at Kirkmere Elementary in Youngstown had the chance to make sure they are seeing the world clearly.