Boardman’s newest restaurant has only been open a few weeks, but it’s already making a humanitarian impact in the local area.
April is a great time to head out to a local park, but this year the weather has not been kind to the parks or those operating them.
A five-hour hostage situation at the Trumbull County Jail has ended without injuries.
Federal agents have charged five men in connection with opening fraudulent bank accounts across the country and in Pennsylvania to defraud t…
A man accidentally backed his truck into a building Wednesday when he says it accelerated out of control in reverse.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol has cited Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office Major Harold Firster for failure to yield when turning left in an A…
This morning’s traffic slowed when drivers started approaching a crash on 680 South.
Before assisting at a fatal house fire at Pegotty Drive N.E., Howland Township Firefighters put out flames at another house where a man was …
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Metal & Wire Products Co., Inc., for 25 safety and health…
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…
The search resumed Wednesday morning for a woman who fell into the water at a lake in Lawrence County.
YSU narrows down its search for a new president.
A historic building in downtown Youngstown, is about to go the way of the wrecking ball.
An elderly woman has died in a fire in Howland Township.
A vacated judge’s seat in the Mahoning County Probate Court has made for a heated race to the polls.
The city bought the building in 2005 for $850,000 and has invested more than $3 million into the building.
Anyone bringing in a working electronic device for recycling will receive a minimum $20 gift card through Saturday.
Federal health advisers on Tuesday rejected the approval a of new powerful painkiller called Moxduo, which is a combination of Oxycodone and…
It’s been just over six months since Goshen Township Police started using lapel cameras to monitor what happens on their calls.
The ribbon was cut Tuesday for the elevated observation platform at the wildlife sanctuary on Calla Road.