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Man missing from Mercer County Corrections Center

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A Pittsburgh man left the Mercer County Correctional Center for a meal pass on Friday evening and never returned. 

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3 adults, 1 child in hospital after Trumbull County crash

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An accident in Trumbull County sent three to the hospital, including a child, according to witnesses. 

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Suspect to be charged in Newton Twp. shooting

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Suspect Clarence Peyatt is expected to be formally charged Monday in connection with a shooting at Blue Water Manor Mobile Home Park in Newton Township. 

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The Latest: More than 200 NFL players don't stand for anthem

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About two dozen NFL players, including Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs and Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette, took a knee during the playing of the national anthem before the start of the teams' game at Wembley Stadium. More>>

Three Trumbull County Jail inmates revived with Narcan

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Authorities are still looking into how drugs got into the jail. It was just 10 days ago, the jail installed full body scanners as a way to keep drugs out.  

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Man arrested in connection with Newton Township shooting

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A 76-year-old man is in the Trumbull County Jail following a shooting at a Newton Township mobile home park. 

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Ramps closed on Interstate 80 and Route 62

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The Ohio Department of Transportation will post various detours on Monday as ramps on Interstate 80 and Route 62 are closed for repairs.  Starting at 6 Monday morning, the ramp from I-80 eastbound to Route 62 east/ Route 7 north will be closed through Thursday evening. The detour will be the ramp from I-80 eastbound to Route 62 west/ State Route 7 south. Thursday at 6 p.m., the ramp from Route 62/ State Route 7 to I-80 westbound will be closed through ...

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Grove City's DuraEdge creates Major League Baseball dirt

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Unless it's raining, we're not usually thinking about the actual dirt that baseball players are standing on. Maybe we should, because in more than half the Major League Baseball parks out there that dirt came from a company in Grove City. 

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Annual Taste of Hubbard promotes local restaurants

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Hubbard is celebrating local restaurants, cafes, delis and bakeries at the 10th annual Taste of Hubbard on Sunday.

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YSU teams up with choreographers for dance festival

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Youngstown State University's department of theater and dance is hosting the 12th annual dance festival on Sunday.

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Flames damage garage, vehicles on Youngstown's West Side

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Investigators are looking for the cause of a fire that damaged a garage and three vehicles inside on Youngstown's West Side Sunday morning. 

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Three hospitalized after house fire in Youngstown

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Three people were taken to the hospital after a house fire on Crandall Avenue in Youngstown.  

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Police identify victim from Hermitage rollover crash

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Two people are injured after a rollover accident at a Sheetz in Hermitage on Friday night. 

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Family home destroyed in New Middletown fire

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Several fire departments responded to a call about a large fire in New Middletown on Saturday.  Lawrence County Dispatch said the fire is at 3802 Deltona Drive. 

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Valley philanthropist Tony Lariccia passes away at 71

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Prominent Mahoning Valley financial adviser and philanthropist Anthony J. Lariccia, passed away at age 71.  

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Sunset at the Farm comes to Canfield this weekend

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Mill Creek Metroparks is scheduled to host a family fun event 'Sunset at the Farm' on Saturday evening. 

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Mahoning Avenue Fall Fest celebrates start of season

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Youngstown's historic garden district is celebrating the start of the fall season.  

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