Brenden Clark and his mother were invited on the show to share their story about Brenden’s own addiction and recovery.
Homeowners living on Thalia Avenue in the Brownlee Woods neighborhood may soon have a fix to their ongoing water problems.
A giving heart during the holiday season can encourage many to donate to charitable organizations, but it can also open up donors to fraud.
Emergency crews warn that some roads may be icy and snow-covered. Drivers should use caution.
An altercation between two men in Youngstown ended with one suffering a stab wound to the neck.
Two vehicles collided Sunday evening on Route 14 in Beaver Township, claiming the life of a female passenger.
He is expected to survive after being shot in what the police chief called an “ambush.” The suspect got away.
South Range hosted a 5K walk and run in the halls to benefit Henry Marsilio, who was diagnosed with leukemia this summer.
YPD said Interstate 680, Madison Avenue and Himrod Avenue were all shut down due to multi-car crashes.
Local fans showed up to Buffalo Wild Wings in Boardman to support their team today.
A recent Pew Research Center survey says 37 percent of social media users are worn out by the political talk they see online.
Preliminary estimates from the Campbell Fire Department estimate between $25-30,000 worth of damage was done.
Senior Megan Evans is a triple major in linguistics, English and sociology at Youngstown State University.
The house is located on the corner of Albert St. and Verona Ave. in Youngstown.
Ohio’s infant mortality rate is one of the worst in the nation, with one of the leading causes being unsafe sleeping conditions.
Officials said just as the cold really began to set in, the facility had almost reached capacity.
Saturday at Kravitz Deli, Paul Rohrbaugh spoke to the William Holmes McGuffey Historical Society.
Over 250 people showed up to the community Thanksgiving dinner on the north side of Youngstown.
A jury recommended the death penalty Saturday for a man convicted of aggravated murder in a triple homicide at a Cleveland barbershop.
Both the officer and suspect were taken to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital but had no injuries.
The event is at the Arms Family Museum at 648 Wick Avenue in Youngstown.
Saturday, the Trumbull County Sanitary Engineers Office sent out a release saying the boil alert has been lifted.