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2 stolen puppies return to Youngstown home

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Two stolen pit bull puppies are back at home after being reported missing on Friday.  

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Liverpool Twp Police: Routine traffic stop leads to drugs and cash

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Liverpool Township Police conducted a routine traffic stop that lead officers to drugs and over $2,000 in cash Saturday evening. 

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YBI's fifth building is a game-changer

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The Youngstown Business Incubator is putting the finishing touches on its fifth building: the former home of the Vindicator.

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Boardman shop makes coffee connection in Peru

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A lot of coffee shops have unique blends from foreign countries, but Matt Campbell at Branch Street Coffee Roasters in Boardman takes it to another level. He physically went to Peru this summer in search of the perfect coffee beans. 

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Historical Society hosts holiday model and toy train exhibit

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The Mahoning Valley Historical Society is hosting a model and toy train workshop this Sunday as part of the Memories of Christmas Past event. 

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Accident closes North River Road in Howland

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The Ohio State Highway Patrol and Howland Police are investigating an accident involving a bicycle on North River Road Sunday morning. 

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Pulaski police post picture of wanted woman on Facebook

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Authorities in Lawrence County are hoping people looking at social media can help them find a woman accused of stealing money and medicine. 

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Police: Lottery tickets lead to drug raid in New Castle

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Drug agents who raided a home in New Castle Friday say they arrested one man and found heroin, cocaine, cash and a gun.

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Hubbard home destroyed in early morning fire

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A Hubbard home was destroyed after an early morning fire Sunday. 

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Thousands visit Kraynak's Christmasland in Hermitage

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Thousands of people head to Mercer County each holiday season for a special tradition. Kraynak's Christmasland, on East State Street in Hermitage, has become a part of the holidays for many people since it opened in 1963. "We have been coming here since my grandson was a baby and now I have a great grandson and we have been coming every year and they have all come through the Christmas walk," stated Judy Medley from Randolph, OH. "They see Santa, they get their pictur... More>>

Two Canfield residents contract virus on cruise

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More than 500 people got sick aboard two Royal Caribbean cruises, two of which were Canfield residents

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Group of friends gives back to Warren's Tent City

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A group of friends is making the holiday season merrier for Warren's homeless population.

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Police: Two in custody in connection with Liberty bank robbery

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Two men are in custody in connection with a bank robbery that took place in Liberty Friday afternoon. 

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Youngstown Mayor-elect to be sworn in twice

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Youngstown Mayor-elect Jamael Tito Brown announced on Saturday that he will have two separate oath of office ceremonies.  

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Youngstown City Council to vote on 3 bars' liquor permits

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On Wednesday, Youngstown City Council will vote to prevent three local bars from renewing their liquor permits.  

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Local business provides hearing services for the holidays

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Giving the gift of hearing. That was the goal of the 6th annual Hearing for the Holidays Mission Day. The local mission is hosted by the Center for Hearing Care and has expanded throughout its 6-year history. Today 50 people were given hearing aids and audiology services for one year at no cost.  "Our philosophy is that no one comes to our doors and comes out not being helped. So if someone comes and they have hearing loss and they can't afford some of the technologies th... More>>

Trumbull County men sentenced for stealing Humvee

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Two men from Trumbull County were sentenced in federal court after stealing an Army Humvee from an Ohio National Guard armory.  

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Donation store shines light on Someplace Safe

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If you walk through the Eastwood Mall this month, you'll notice one shop that's a little different from the others. It's a place to make someone else's Christmas a little brighter. Instead of buying presents at this store, you drop them off. 

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Howland Township police issue alert for missing teen

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Howland Township police have issued an alert for a missing teen. 

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Youngstown Mayor-elect announces list of cabinet applicants

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Youngstown Mayor Tito Brown has released the names of those who applied to be in his cabinet.  The following are the names of the applicants and the position(s) they applied for.  Commissioner of Buildings and Grounds: Sabrina Brandon Nev Butler Kevin Flinn Robert Gatti John J Spivey Jr.  Janet Tarpley Mark Williams Deputy Director of Public Works: Nev Butler Dwan Glover Charles Shahso Fire Chief: Christian Brown David Cook Gary DiTullio Mich...

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Former Liberty teacher arrested for child porn

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A former substitute teacher at Liberty High School has pleaded not guilty to a ten count child porn indictment secretly handed up by the Trumbull County Grand Jury. 

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United Local approves firearms for selected school employees

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United Local Schools approved a resolution allowing selected employees to carry firearms. They join other schools, like Southern Local, in their decision.  

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Aqua Ohio offers $50 million for Youngstown's water system

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Aqua Ohio is offering $50 million to purchase the City of Youngstown's water distribution system.  

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Semi-truck hits car in Smith Twp, one hospitalized

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One minor was seriously injured in a crash at the intersection of Courtney Road and 12th Street Thursday night.  A Jeep Cherokee, driven by the young adult, failed to yield a stop sign on Courtney Road and was hit by a Freightliner traveling north on 12th Street.  

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Pit bull puppies allegedly stolen from Youngstown home

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Youngstown police are investigating the disappearance of four Pit Bull puppies from a home on Hunter Avenue.  

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