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DeWine says he will run for Ohio governor in 2018

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Attorney General Mike DeWine has entered the 2018 race for Ohio governor positioned as one of the state's longest serving and best known politicians.      The 70-year-old Republican made his long-anticipated announcement Sunday at his annual ice cream social at his Cedarville home in southwest Ohio. The social shows off the former U.S. senator and lieutenant governor's deep political roots in the state.      It's not clear how well DeWine's traditional po... More>>

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Campbell woman arrested for assault at Youngstown day care

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A Campbell woman is spending the weekend in the Mahoning County jail after allegedly attacking a woman at a Youngstown day care facility. 

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The boy's father is charged with child endangering

Youngstown Police: 8-year-old left alone in 'disgusting' conditions

Daniel Williams Jr. Daniel Williams Jr.
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A Youngstown man is charged with child endangering for leaving his son home alone inside a house that police say is filled with garbage. 

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Youngstown firefighters battle blaze at building for second time this month

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An arson investigator has been called in after a fire broke out at a building on Youngstown's North Side for the second time this month. 

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Chicken bites recalled due to possible bone pieces

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A California food company is recalling 54,630 pounds of chicken bites that may be contaminated with pieces of bone. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service says that Overhill Farms Inc. discovered the problem after receiving complaints from consumers who found bone fragments in the recalled product. The products were shipped to retailers across the nation. The frozen chicken bites were produced on Aug. 30, 2016, Feb. 1, 2017, Feb. 9, 2017, and April ...

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Persons of interest detained in connection with Youngstown homicide

Barraya Hickson and Dashonti Baker Barraya Hickson and Dashonti Baker
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Officials confirm two persons of interest are being held in the Mahoning County Jail in connection with Friday's homicide on Youngstown's West Side. Although they have not yet been charged, a judge is reviewing probable cause documents for Dashonti Baker and Barraya Hickson. Youngstown Police arrested the two yesterday after a witness identified the vehicle allegedly being driven by Hickson a street over from where the murder occurred.  According to the Mahoning Coun...

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Scrappers win their third straight game with lots of offense

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The Scrappers beat State College 9-2 in Saturday's game. They pounded 15 hits and did all their damage in two innings. 

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Hubbard native finishes second in the BMX Triple Hit

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Hubbard's Nick Bruce finished second at the Nitro World Game in the BMX Triple hit event Saturday night.

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City of Youngstown to unveil new slogan

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The city of Youngstown teams up with a local university professor to create a new slogan and logo for the city. Work is underway to re-brand the steel city as the "City of You". The new slogan aims to highlight the progress we're seeing all around town and the people who make it possible. "We know that's our biggest asset and our whole goal is to empower those folks who live here in Youngstown and the surrounding community to be their best selves," Michael ...

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Book preserves history of 200 year old Dungannon church

It's the oldest parish in Northern Ohio. This year, the Saint Philip Neri church in Dungannon officially turns 200 years old and the parish is celebrating the bicentennial with a book and a glimpse into the past. 

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  • Scrappers make it back to back wins on Gonzalez's big night

    Scrappers make it back to back wins on Gonzalez's big night

    Sunday, June 25 2017 11:51 AM EDT2017-06-25 15:51:56 GMT

    Oscar Gonzalez's second home run of the game in the seventh inning lifts the Scrappers past Auburn 5-4, making it back-to-back wins for Mahoning Valley.

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    Oscar Gonzalez's second home run of the game in the seventh inning lifts the Scrappers past Auburn 5-4, making it back-to-back wins for Mahoning Valley.

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  • Scrappers beat Auburn in extra innings

    Scrappers beat Auburn in extra innings

    Friday, June 23 2017 12:04 AM EDT2017-06-23 04:04:07 GMT

    The Scrappers won for the first time at Eastwood Field this season 5-4 in 10 innings against Auburn.  Jonathan Laureno's walk off RBI double scored Oscar Gonzalez to send everyone home happy.   Auburn jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, with the first four batters reaching base. Paul Panaccione and Randy Encarnacion drove in the Doubledays runs. The Scrappers evened the scored in the bottom of the inning, Samad Taylor scored on a wild pitch, and Will Benso...

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    The Scrappers won for the first time at Eastwood Field this season 5-4 in 10 innings against Auburn.  Jonathan Laureno's walk off RBI double scored Oscar Gonzalez to send everyone home happy.   Auburn jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, with the first four batters reaching base. Paul Panaccione and Randy Encarnacion drove in the Doubledays runs. The Scrappers evened the scored in the bottom of the inning, Samad Taylor scored on a wild pitch, and Will Benso...

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  • Moldovan defends title at Mill Creek

    Moldovan defends title at Mill Creek

    Thursday, June 22 2017 11:47 PM EDT2017-06-23 03:47:54 GMT
    Maxwell Moldovan of Uniontown, Ohio defended his title at the Mill Creek Foundation Junior All Star tournament conducted by the American Junior Golf Association. Moldovan shot a 68 for a three day total of 203, finishing three strokes ahead of Aaron Du of Lake Mary, Florida. Taylor Kehoe of Strathroy, Ontario captured the girls division at 205, after shooting 67 on the final day.   Manhue Chen of China placed second, six strokes back. Brookfield's Connor Stevens finished tied...More >>
    Maxwell Moldovan of Uniontown, Ohio defended his title at the Mill Creek Foundation Junior All Star tournament conducted by the American Junior Golf Association. Moldovan shot a 68 for a three day total of 203, finishing three strokes ahead of Aaron Du of Lake Mary, Florida. Taylor Kehoe of Strathroy, Ontario captured the girls division at 205, after shooting 67 on the final day.   Manhue Chen of China placed second, six strokes back. Brookfield's Connor Stevens finished tied...More >>

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