When people look down Belle Vista Avenue, there is a stark contrast between residents’ neatly trimmed lawns and the hillside of the city par…
While much of Berlin Station Road near the pipeline is covered under the county’s Road Use Maintenance Agreement with Sunoco, Mahoning Count…
Payday has come and gone for many city workers in Warren, but their paychecks never arrived.
The fields are now ready to go for Youngstown’s Youth Flag Football League.
Youngstown police have arrested one person in connection to the death of man found lying in a puddle Wednesday night.
Pending School Board approval, Jimmy Franceschelli will be named Boys Varsity Basketball Coach at Struthers.
Mixing the old with the new is the goal for city officials in Farrell.
A crane truck trying to make room for another big rig went too far off the road causing it to tip over.
A Cleveland wholesaler has been ordered to stop delivery of any food that needs refrigeration after a report from WKBN First News revealed a…
Former Warren police officer Reuben Shaw was indicted by a Trumbull County grand jury.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki has resigned amid widespread troubles in the VA health care system.
A Georgia woman is in the Mahoning County Jail on charges surrounding an attempted murder in Youngstown.
Mallory Torr will continue her basketball career at Ohio Wesleyan.
Nurses at East Liverpool City Hospital rescinded their strike notice.
Cortland Police arrested a Lakeview High School student on school grounds Thursday after he became disruptive and was found to have a deadly…
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…
A fundraiser this weekend plans to Knock out Hunger benefiting the St. Vincent de Paul Society food pantry.
The East Liverpool City Hospital and its nurses try to come up with a new contract before the deadline on Saturday night.
A woman and her baby were injured in an accident Friday morning in Youngstown.
Youngstown firefighters were busy Friday morning battling two separate fires at the same time on the East Side.