The potholes are so bad in one western Pennsylvania town that the county transit agency is rerouting buses.
An Erie, Pa. man whose body was found more than a day after he went missing died from exposure.
Ohio snowplows have been involved in 80 crashes so far this winter, with other drivers causing most of them, state transportation officials …
Ohio voters will get two Saturdays but no Sundays or evenings to cast early, in-person ballots.
Two schools in different counties are moving forward with drug testing policies.
A judge has ordered a southwest Ohio village to stop using speeding cameras, saying they violate motorists’ rights to due process.
Former Pittsburgh police chief Nathan Harper has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for conspiring to create an unauthorized slush fund.
Congressman Tim Ryan joined President Obama Tuesday afternoon for an announcement detailing two manufacturing innovation institutes.
A new piece of medical technology was delivered Tuesday to an imaging facility in Boardman.
Springfield returns to action Friday when they play host to the winner of the Columbiana/Waterloo match up tonight.
A new card that is now available to anyone who has filed a civil protection order is just one more tool police and courts are using to help …
The Blue Devils will travel to Lordstown tonight for their Division IV Sectional Semifinal match up.
An extreme case of candy theft could lead to an arrest.
Top city leaders in Youngstown gathered Tuesday to administer the oath of office to two new firefighters.
Officials are investigating whether the October destruction of a Boardman restaurant was a reach for insurance money.
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 Raiders feature seven players who are averaging over 5 points per game this season.
Harold Ramis, the bespectacled “Ghostbusters” sidekick to Bill Murray whose early grounding in live comedy led to blockbuster movies, died M…
The state representative from Youngstown revived the idea of Jim Tressel taking over for YSU President Randy Dunn, who will exit in August.