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Lupo claims he dumped gas and oil waste to save Valley jobs

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The U.S. Attorney is asking a federal judge to sentence the former owner of a Youngstown oilfield service company to three years in prison for ordering two former employees to discharge brine and oilfield waste into a tributary of the Mahoning River. More>>

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Dozen dogs taken to pound from Warren home

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A dozen dogs were taken to the Trumbull County Dog Pound after the dog warden visited a home in Warren on Tuesday. More>>

Debt could mean the end of Summitville

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Faced with massive debt, the mayor of Summitville says the best move may be to dissolve the Columbiana County community. More>>

Warren cheerleader is in the running to receive a scholarship from JCPenney

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Bryson Harris hopes he can inspire others to do whatever it is they love. More>>

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Jury acquits son of Mahoning County judge Video included

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After a trial that only began on Monday, a jury in Youngstown Municipal Court reached a verdict on Tuesday in the case against the son of Mahoning County judge Theresa Dellick. More>>

Butler Institute of American Art displays MLK sculpture

A special Martin Luther King, Jr. sculpture is on display at the Butler Institute of American Art. More>>

State Dems to Polivka: Petition for change or resign Video included

Trumbull County Democratic Party Chairman Dan Polivka's staunch position on allowing his party to live by it's own rules, has been met by an equally staunch position from state and national democrats.A message from Ohio Democratic Party Secretary Bill Demora was released Tuesday afternoon saying, "The chairman of the Trumbull County Democratic Party has two options: either he petitions the DNC to change its rules, or he can resign if he cannot enforce them."The message is in response to a new... More>>

Boardman couple survives carbon monoxide scare Video included

 A Boardman couple believes they're lucky to be alive, after they narrowly escaped their home, which was filled with carbon monoxide. More>>

Alliance company says locked out workers rejected contract offers twice

An Alliance manufacturing company that locked out employees on Monday says the union rejected a contract offer that included higher wages and no changes in healthcare benefits. More>>

Death row inmate Danny Lee Hill files appeal

A federal judge denied a bid from Danny Lee Hill, earlier this month, but Hill was allowed to continue the appeals process. More>>

Lawsuit alleges racial discrimination by Niles company

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Attorneys for a Youngstown man have told a federal judge that they're interested in allowing more people to join a lawsuit alleging that a Niles business has hiring practices that discriminate against African Americans. More>>

Struthers woman wanted for allegedly spitting at Dunkin' Donuts clerk

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Police are asking the public to help them locate a Struthers woman who allegedly threatened one clerk at a fast food drive-through, and spit in the face of another clerk. More>>

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