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Including the cities of Mountain Lake Park, Oakland MD,
Grantsville, New Philadelphia, Dover, Carrollton, Malvern,
East Liverpool, Salem, Columbiana, Coshocton, Cadiz,
Steubenville, Zanesville, Cambridge, Martins Ferry,
St. Clairsville, Caldwell, Woodsfield, Tionesta, Punxsutawney,
Brookville, Indiana, Ligonier, Donegal, Champion, Ohiopyle,
Weirton, Follansbee, Wellsburg, Wheeling, Moundsville,
New Martinsville, Coopers Rock, Kingwood, Bruceton Mills,
Terra Alta, Rowlesburg, Hazelton, Parsons, Hendricks,
Saint George, Davis, Thomas, and Canaan Valley
920 PM EDT Wed Oct 17 2018

...FREEZE WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 4 AM TO 9 AM EDT
THURSDAY...

* TEMPERATURES...In the lower 30s.

* IMPACTS...Frost and freeze conditions may damage sensitive
vegetation.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Freeze Warning means sub-freezing temperatures are imminent or
highly likely.

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Valley Walmart and Sam's Club raise $101,392 for Akron Children's

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Customers and Associates at Walmart and Sam's Club raised $101,392 for Akron Children's Hospital during the Children's Miracle Network Hospital fundraising campaign. The annual campaign that started in 1987 has raised over $1 billion since its inception. Over the last decade, Mahoning Valley Sam's Club and Walmart stores have raised over $2 million.  This year the Salem Walmart raised $14,947 and the Boardman Sam's Club raised $9,943. "It's humbling to work with a great c... More>>

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Daughter of late Youngstown fire battalion chief concerned over department restructuring

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Coming from a family of Youngstown firefighters, Marie Rupert made a plea for city leaders to reconsider a decision to take a truck out of operation.

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Police search for elderly woman missing out of Miami County, Ohio

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A Missing Adult Alert has been issued by the Miami County Sheriffs Office statewide. Police say 76-year-old Eileen Beggs left her residence around 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday and never returned.

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Local police inundated with complaints about Energy Wise

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Since Sunday the Ohio Attorney General's Office says 95 people have filed complaints disputing over 8 million dollars of work they claim was shoddy, work that was never done, and materials not delivered by Energy Wise Home Improvements Many of the people who paid Energy Wise Home Improvements did due diligence checking before hiring the company to do the job. Shane Morelan said, "We read a lot of comments different people had made. They were rated A with the Better Business Bure...

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Sex offender safeguards

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A child sex offender once described as a traveling pedophile has been released from prison.   James Rensel is free to walk the streets after paying his debt to society for 25 years.  But what safeguards are in place to keep him and others like him from attacking again? 21 News has learned that there are two laws on the books in Ohio that are focused on protecting the public from sexual predators. In a hearing before Trumbull County Common Pleas Court Judge Wyatt McKay, Ja...

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Howland School's to hold annual stuff-the-bus to support community

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Students at Howland Local Schools are hoping to stuff at least two school buses full of food to benefit people in need in Trumbull County.   According to a news release, Howland High School's Interact Club sponsors the annual event, which continues to grow each year.   The press release said that in 2017, the district set a record by filling two school buses with food items. The Interact Club is hoping to help even more people this year.   Through October 25, student...

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The Angel Wing making progress in Canfield

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"This will be the entrance to the 24/7 Vet clinic and over there will be the waiting area." Diane Less of Angels for Animals walks through what will be the Angel Wing, one of the largest, if not the largest center for animal care in the area.  "Our goal is to save every adoptable animal because right now there's no space, or the resource to do that or the health care available or the equipment available or the staffing available," says Less.  The 10 mi...

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YPD trying to identify Family Dollar robbery suspects

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Detectives are reviewing surveillance video as they try to identify three robbers who held up the Family Dollar Store on Youngstown's South Side. 

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Attorney General DeWine warns citizens to watch out for lottery scams

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With the high Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently released a statement warning consumers to beware of phony claims that they've won millions.  According to a press release, sweepstakes and lottery scams have been reported throughout Ohio in recent weeks.  The scams often begin with a call or letter claiming a person has won millions of dollars in a lottery or sweepstakes.  The person is asked to wire a few hundred dollars ... More>>

Next court date set for alleged Poland, Portage County 'predator'

Shawn Wendling Shawn Wendling
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Suspected serial rapist Shawn Wendling was in Portage County Court on Wednesday. The judge has set his trial for February 5. Wendlings next pre-trial is set for December 19. Wendling is charged with rape, kidnapping, attempted rape, robbery and disrupting public service for allegedly taking the victim's cell phones. The suspect has yet to be arraigned in Mahoning County for a separate six-count indictment on similar charges filed in connection with the assault of a female jogger i... More>>

Reward being offered in New Castle triple homicide investigation

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New Castle Police are still looking for answers after three people were found shot and killed in a home on West North Street Tuesday.  

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Niles stabbing suspect indicted on murder charge

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A young man accused of stabbing two people, leaving one of them dead over the weekend. is facing new charges at the county level. 

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Victim of deadly Youngstown house fire identified

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The Mahoning County Coroner's Office has identified the victim of a deadly house fire over the weekend.

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Mahoning Prosecutor: Local police inundated with complaints about Energy Wise

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Consumers across the Valley have now filed more than 90 complaints with the Ohio Attorney General's Office against a local home improvement company- and local police departments are being inundated with calls.   On Monday, 21 News reported that consumers were being instructed to file complaints with Attorney General Mike DeWine's Office regarding allegations that work was not being done by Energy Wise Home Improvements, even though consumers had paid.  One couple told 21 N...

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Cases of rare, polio-like illness confirmed in Ohio, Pennsylvania

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It's a rare disease that can cause muscle weakness, partial paralysis, and general polio-like symptoms in children.  

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Convicted murderer facing new charges in New Castle cold case

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A Pennsylvania man currently serving a life sentence for a double murder in Fairview is now being charged in a 30-year-old murder case in New Castle.  Pennsylvania State Police say 59-year-old Regis Brown is facing charges in the 1988 murder of 45-year-old Bryce Tompkins of New Castle.  PSP says Tompkins was found by hunters the day after Christmas lying partially submerged in the Neshannock Creek.  State Police say Tompkins had been shot execution style.  Brow...

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Burglars beat elderly Youngstown man with his own cane

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 The man told police, there was a knock at the back door and when he opened it he was met by an approximately 15-year-old girl asking if his granddaughter was home.  

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Youngstown cuts ribbon on new Lincoln Park Walking Trail

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Community members on Youngstown's east side will now have a new place to exercise and enjoy the great outdoors.  

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Poland teachers authorize union to issue strike notice if needed

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Teachers in the Poland Local School district have told their union leaders they're ready to go on strike if that's what is needed to to get a new labor agreement with the board of education. 

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Former Pennsylvania priest pleads guilty to child sexual assaults

David Poulson David Poulson
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A former Catholic priest in the Diocese of Erie pleaded guilty Wednesday to felony crimes in connection with repeated sexual assaults against one boy and the attempted assault of another boy. 

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Bestselling thriller writer to speak at Youngstown library Thursday

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Youngstown's Main Library will be closed Thursday to prepare for a celebrity appearance from a best selling author known for her thrilling pages.  Lisa Gardner a #1 New York Times novelist will headline the Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County's 15th Literary Society fundraising event.  According to a release from the Library, Gardner has been hailed as "one of the best-known names in all of thrillerdom," Lisa Gardner has an undeniable talent for cr... More>>

Job fair underway in Sharon

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If you can grab your resume and hurry out to Downtown Sharon today, you might be able to snag a job. 

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Canada now world's largest legal marijuana marketplace

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Ian Power was among the first to buy legal recreational marijuana in Canada but he has no plans to smoke it. 

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Report: Jordan Brown being interviewed on national TV

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The man charged with murdering his father's pregnant fiancee when he was only eleven-years-old will speak to a national audience for the first time since Pennsylvania's Supreme Court threw out his conviction, according to a published report. According to timesonline.com, Jordan Brown's attorney Stephen Colafella says his client will be interviewed on ABC's “20/20” Friday broadcast which airs at 10 pm. Brown, now 21, was arrested and held in custody beginning in 2009 afte...

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Big lottery game jackpots total $1.2 billion

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Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots continue to rise after once again no one chose all the numbers drawn Tuesday night to claim the Megamillions jackpot.

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Congressman Tim Ryan introduces bill to help reservists keep jobs while deployed

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Congressman Tim Ryan (D-OH) recently introduced the Reserve Component Employer Incentive, Compensation, and Relief Act of 2018 in the U.S. House of Representatives.  According to a press release, by providing employers with a tax credit aimed to offset costs accrued and hardships undertaken when employees that are members of the Reserve Component (comprised of both the National Guard and Reserves) are activated, this legislation incentivizes employers to hire and retain Guard me... More>>

Niles police search for man they say scammed Marcs out of $300

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Niles police are searching for a man who is wanted for a 'quick change' scam on a cashier at Marc's.

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Warren council discusses future of Old Avalon Golf Course

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The city is looking for a new operator for 2019 after current owner Larry Petrozzi decided to walk away at the end of the year. 

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New Castle Police questioning people as part of a triple homicide investigation

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New Castle Police spent several hours Tuesday night questioning people as part of a triple homicide investigation, where the youngest victim is just ten years old.

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Warren Little Raiders football league pleads with city council not to sell Deemer Park

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The park is being sought by a company to develop a hydroponics growing operation. 

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Grove City College to launch project to support pastors

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Grove City College recently received a nearly $1 million grant to help establish the Project on Rural Ministry. According to a press release, the Project on Rural Ministry an outreach to support pastors in rural areas as they serve their congregations and communities.  The $989,582 grant is part of Lilly Endowment Inc.'s Thriving in Ministry, an initiative that supports a variety of religious organizations across the nation as they create or strengthen programs that help pastor... More>>

Blueberries and split peas to be distributed in Youngstown to help those in need

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A collaborative effort by Second Harvest Food Bank, Mayor Brown, The Youngstown City Health District, The City of Youngstown, and Youngstown City Schools will provide people in need with free food. Blueberries and Split Peas will be distributed at locations throughout Youngstown on Saturday from 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. The following locations will be participating in the event: New Bethel Baptist Church 1507 Hillman Street, Youngstown Christ Dwelling Place Ministry 3048 Gerwig Avenue... More>>

Police identify man, woman, child found dead in New Castle homicide

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New Castle Police are at a home on what is being described as a triple homicide.

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Police say Youngstown woman arrested after assaulting officers at home

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A woman was arrested after assaulting officers at a home in Youngstown on Monday. According to police, they were called to a home on Evanston Avenue after reports of an altercation getting out of hand. 

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Austintown man sentenced to prison for murdering stepmother

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An Austintown man was sentenced today after being found guilty of murdering his stepmother at her home in 2015. 

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Attorney General responds to concerns about Energy Wise

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Ohio's top dog in law enforcement is responding to concerns from community members about a Mahoning County business.  On Monday, 21 News reported that consumers were being instructed to file complaints with Attorney General Mike DeWine's Office regarding allegations that work was not being done by Energy Wise Home Improvements, even though consumers had paid.  One couple told 21 News that they wrote two checks totaling 19,200 to Energy Wise Home Improvements for a new roof... More>>

Tips for safe trick-or-treating & Halloween parties for kids with allergies

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It's no secret that all of the neighborhood goblins and ghouls are looking forward to a scary good time this Halloween. But hidden dangers lurking inside the treats can play devilish tricks on kids with food allergies.  Depending on the severity of the allergies, even a trace amount of contagion could mean a serious reaction little haunters. But there are some tips that experts say can keep while they're trick or treating and at special events like classroom parties.  When...

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Venture capital fund targets valley investments

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A visit to the valley by a group of big city venture capitalists is starting to pay off.  The visit to Youngstown in February was part of the Comeback Cities Tour designed to show venture capitalists the opportunities for investments outside silicon valley and big cities. On Tuesday, Congressman Tim Ryan and the Youngstown Business Incubator announced the formation of a new  two point two million dollar venture capital fund to help start-up companies grow here in the Mahon... More>>

Report: Owner says Austintown pit bull to be put down after 2nd attack

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Austintown police say a dogs owner will be putting a dog down after it attacked twice in one week.  

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Valley gas prices below state, national averages

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Filling up your gas tank in the Valley is cheaper than if you lived somewhere else in the nation currently.   A

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Youngstown police investigating possible robbery after gunshot victim drives to gas station for help

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Youngstown police say a man was shot in Youngstown and then drove to a gas station to ask for help. 

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Suspects in Austintown human trafficking ring plead not guilty

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The four suspects in a decade-long human trafficking ring that operated out of an Austintown home appeared in court together for the first time Tuesday. 

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Ohio Turnpike prepares for winter

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Local Ohio Turnpike crews have been preparing since Spring for this upcoming snow and ice season with a 136-point inspection of all snowplows and equipment. This upcoming winter, turnpike travelers can be assured that approximately 100 snowplows will be available at any given moment to maintain 1,395 miles, 31 interchanges and 14 service plazas on the Ohio Turnpike.  "We are expecting an average winter this year and the 136-point inspection is a safety mechanism ... More>>

Dad accused of overdosing while at Boardman theater with daughter

Ian MacDougall Ian MacDougall
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A Youngstown man faces another court hearing later this month on charges filed after he allegedly overdosed on drugs at a Boardman movie theater while he was with his 5-year-old daughter. 

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Cortland Police Department looking for part time officers

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A Valley police department is looking to fill out its rank with police officers.  Cortland Police Department took to social media Monday evening, hoping to find prospective officers.  According to the department, they are looking for part-time officers who will have a starting salary of $14 an hour.  In addition, those who are chosen for the job are given a $150 yearly uniform allowance, paid double time on holidays, and are paid a 3 hour minimum for all court appear... More>>

Austintown man tells police girlfriend stabbed him

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An Austintown woman was in the Mahoning County jail Tuesday morning accused of a stabbing at her home. 

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Don Hanni III dead at 71

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Don Hanni III, a Valley political figure and eldest son of the late Don Hanni Jr., died Tuesday morning according to a Facebook post from his sister Heidi Hanni. 

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Hermitage man on trial for shotgun slaying of roommate

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The trial is underway for Hermitage man accused of murdering his roommate at the home they shared. 

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Deadline for an appeal passes, TJX project moving forward

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It is a project that has been seven months in the making and now lawmakers are confident smooth sailing is ahead when it comes to the TJX distribution center in Lordstown.

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Mega Millions prize of $654M is nation's 4th-largest

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The fourth-largest lottery prize in U.S. history will be on the line as numbers are drawn for the Mega Millions game's $654 million jackpot. 

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Pregnant, nursing women, infants told don't drink Windham's water

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Pregnant women, infants and children are being warned not to drink the water in a community just over the Trumbull County line. 

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Community college recruiting laid-off Lordstown UAW workers

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Autoworkers who lost their jobs because of cutbacks at the General Motors Assembly Complex in Lordstown are being offered help from a Valley community college. 

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Low water pressure possible as Kirk Road tank is drained

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Some people who get their water from the City of Youngstown may experience low water pressure this week. 

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Newton Falls appoints new city manager, despite controversy

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Despite public comment and several attempts by the mayor to have council reconsider, the new appointment narrowly passed in a 3-2 vote. 

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Power restored after over-sized truck brought down wires in Hermitage

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A truck carrying an oversize load in Hermitage brought down wires at an intersection Monday afternoon.  

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Two men arrested after allegedly forcing way into Warren apartment

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Two men were arrested after allegedly forcing their way into a Warren apartment occupied by three women and a baby, according to police. A police report stated that 43-year-old Earl Freeman and 49-year-old Anthony Williams knocked on the door of the apartment, located on the 1200 block of Robert Avenue. Officers said that the women opened the door, although they did not recognize the men, who appeared to be intoxicated.  The women told police that they tried to keep Freeman an...

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Man arrested after Boardman police say he held wife hostage for hours

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A Youngstown man was arrested after allegedly assaulting his wife and holding her hostage for nearly two hours. According to police, the incident took place on Friday on the 500 block of Boardman-Canfield Road in Boardman. Officers said the call came in from the victim saying that she wanted to be escorted back to her home. She proceeded to tell dispatch that her husband, 36-year-old James Hollingshead, had chocked her and threatened her with a gun, but she did not want to press cha...

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Eastwood Mall Sears, East Liverpool Kmart to close after Sears files for bankruptcy

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In the early hours of Monday, Sears announced that it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. 

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One person injured after car flips in Youngstown

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One person was taken to the hospital after their vehicle flipped on Carroll Street in Youngstown.  According to the Youngstown Police Department, the car that flipped was the only vehicle involved in the accident. Police say that the victim is in stable condition. Officers have not yet determined how the crash occurred; however, they are still on scene working to find out. 

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New Middletown Police Department trains on effective communication with deaf community

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The Easter Seals of Mahoning County led the training and all New Middletown officers received hand cards with the manual alphabet to carry in their citation books. 

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Customers at Energy Wise say no one showed up to do work scheduled for Monday

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A home improvement company with a large customer base and years in business has complaints filed against it. Shane Morlan and his husband Eric refinanced their house and wrote two checks totaling 19,200 to Energy Wise Home Improvements for a new roof, roof extension, and 12 new windows. Morlan tells us the owner Anthony Porrazzo told them that work on the roof would start October 8th with windows installed October 15th.  But no work has been done no materials delivered. Mor...

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Classes canceled for Liberty local schools after water main break

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Liberty local schools are closed Tuesday after a water main break behind W.S. Guy Middle School.

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Lawsuit alleges company used predatory contracts against Youngstown residents

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A lawsuit filed in a Mahoning County court Monday alleges a property management company victimized Youngstown residents with predatory contracts. Community Legal Aid filed the lawsuit against Vision Property Management. 

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Suspect at center of Austintown human trafficking case commits suicide

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 Following an indictment, last week, charging new suspects in a human trafficking case out of Austintown, the man at the center of the investigation has reportedly committed suicide. 

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UPDATE

Victim's protection order against Niles stabbing suspect lapses days before incident

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Police are releasing more details about a deadly stabbing over the weekend.  

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Officials say response time was not a factor in Youngstown fatal house fire

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The Youngstown Fire Department says that despite rescue efforts by firefighters a Youngstown community member died in a weekend fire. 

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Squirrel causes power outage in Columbiana; Kent State Salem closure

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Thousands of FirstEnergy customers are currently without power in Columbiana County, including at least one college campus.

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Former YSU athletic director Malmisur passes away

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Former Youngstown State Athletic Director Joe Malmisur passed away overnight. 

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Warren officer in training injured during chase, crash with suspect

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A Warren Police Officer was taken to the emergency room over the weekend after tackling a suspect who allegedly crashed into a cruiser with a stolen motorcycle.

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