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Rescue Mission hosts pre-release film screening at Boardman Cinema South

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Rescue Mission of Mahoning Valley hosted a pre-release, red carpet screening of the movie "Same Kind of Different as Me" Wednesday night to raise awareness and support for the mission. ...

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Valley resident react to NFL anthem decision

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The NFL is not changing its national anthem policy to require players to stand. After this decision was announced on Wednesday, 21 News asked Valley residents how they felt about the decision.  "They have their right to kneel, stated Nick Howley of Columbiana. If you are upset about it then just don't go to the games, don't watch them."  Others agreed.  "It's their right if they want to do that," stated Joshua Joly of North Lima.  "They...

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Miami of Ohio professor weighs in on Brookfield injection wells and seismic activity

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A Miami of Ohio professor weighed in on the prospect of potentially five wastewater injection wells in the same area of Brookfield. 

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Meridian HealthCare hosts "Shut Up & Laugh!" Comedy Show

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While it's said that laughter is good medicine, it can also be put to use for a very good cause. 

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Youngstown plans to purchase more property towards entertainment district Video included

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By purchasing the property and flipping it to a developer, the city can have more control over it's development and city leaders say they already have some interested parties.

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Campbell students use simulation technology to learn about safe driving Video included

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At Campbell Memorial High school the dangers of distracted and impaired driving are being driven home to students. On a new simulator students are prompted to send a text while driving and take other actions that simulate distracted driving. Police Chief Dennis Puskarcik said, "The simulator was bought with funds from the school district, city of Campbell, donations from Plaza Auto Sales and former councilman Steve Sophocles. We see kids texting, parents texting in vehicles...

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I-680 on ramp open after semi rolls over in Boardman

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The Interstate 680 ramp off of 224 in Boardman is open again after a semi rolled over while turning onto the ramp.  Troopers were called to the accident around 4 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. Officials said the driver was on U.S. 224 and was going too fast. When he tried to turn to get on 680 North, he overcorrected, causing the semi to tip over. Officials said no one was injured and the ramp was closed for part of the evening while tow trucks pulled the semi upright.  ... More>>

Locations were searched in Austintown, Leetonia and Columbus

Feds search Braking Point Recovery Centers Video included

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The FBI and other government agencies searched the offices of a Valley addiction recovery center on Wednesday. 

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Kent student nurses, TMH looking to decrease infant mortality rates

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A new collaboration between the Kent State University Trumbull campus' Student Nurse Association and Trumbull Memorial Hospital is looking to change the way new parents learn about safe sleep habits. 

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Elderly dog rescued from Youngstown's McKelvey Lake

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Youngstown firefighters are being hailed as heroes after pulling an elderly dog from McKelvey Lake Wednesday afternoon.  

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Capital murder trial against Hamad to stay in Trumbull County

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A  Trumbull County judge has ruled that the capital murder trial against Nasser Hamad will not be moved to a different venue.

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