The Bulldogs (23-2) will face a young but talented Central Catholic group on Thursday in the Division II Regional Semifinals.
Despite losing to Penn State and Indiana within the last two weeks, Ohio State has won 7 of their last 10 entering the conference tournament…
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee says the CIA's improper search of a stand-alone computer network established for Congress has …
An Ohio animal rights group is inviting the public to help destroy a gas chamber that was used to kill hundreds of stray cats annually befor…
Pitt awaits the winner of Wake Forest/Notre Dame for their first conference tournament game away from the Big East in almost 31 years.
A northeastern Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to posting an online threat to kill the president.
Rich grew up in Geauga County’s snowbelt. His father built the family home in the backwoods of Newbury, overlooking Punderson State Park.
Paul Wetzl joined 27 First News as a meteorologist in 1998.
Len Rome, originally from Pittsburgh, came to the Valley and WYTV in 1982 after working at TV stations in Erie, Pennsylvania, Greenville, So…
Josh comes to the valley from Bluefield, West Virginia where he was the weekend anchor for nearly two years.
Jim Loboy has called the Valley home his whole life.
Jeff Levkulich joined the WKBN 27 First News Team in October, 2007.
Greta Mittereder is a videojournalist and the morning live reporter for 27 First News This Morning.
Gerry Ricciutti, considered the “Dean” of local reporters, has been reporting here in the Valley for nearly 30 years.
Donald Guthrie is a lifelong resident of the Mahoning Valley, born in Youngstown in 1943.
Delores Crawford is the Community Affairs Director for WKBN and Fox Youngstown.
Dan Martin is the weekend anchor for 27 First News and First News on Fox.
Damon Maloney is the co-anchor for 27 First News This Morning.
Chad joined the 33 News team in 2011 as weeknight sports anchor after 6 years as a reporter/anchor for 27 First News.
A rollover accident Tuesday morning on Interstate 80 caused no serious injury, but seriously damaged the vehicle involved.