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Portion of North Lima Rd. to be closed at end of May

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A portion of North Lima Road will be closed in the area of Poland Township starting at the end of May. The road will be closed between State Route 170 and Western Reserve Road starting May 31 until further notice for the Western Reserve Road roundabout project. The roundabout will allow for continuous traffic flow instead of stop-and-go from five directions. The detour route is Western Reserve Road to State Route 170. RELATED COVERAGE: Western Reserve Road roundabo...

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House Bill 6 - clean air or multi million dollar bailout paid by energy customers?

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If the bill passes the rate for all electricity users in Ohio would go up 50 cents a month this year, and 2.50 extra a month next year, the cost for business even more.

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Sebring village manager given "below average" review, placed on paid leave

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On Friday we told you Sebring's Village Manager has been placed on paid administrative leave for one week.  Mayor and council members are still mum on why exactly Richard Giroux was placed on paid leave, but his latest performance evaluation obtained by 21 News shows council is overall less than pleased with his work. 

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Jamestown Area School District receives $25,000 safety grant

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The grants will be used to buy security-related equipment such as student and visitor identification systems, metal detectors, surveillance equipment and deadbolts among other items.

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Greenville woman sentenced in federal court for possession of controlled substance

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The charges stemmed from an August 2017 search where she was present at a home containing large amounts of narcotics and packaging paraphernalia.

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Fired McDonald's employee tased twice after returning to Boardman location

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While on the phone Dean allegedly said that he wasn't fired and would show up for work that day.

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ODNR launching task force to review state parks

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According to the release, the Blue Ribbon Panel on Ohio's State Parks will conduct customer experience reviews of the 75 state parks in the state.

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Legislation could help reduce drug testing backlog in Ohio criminal cases Video included

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 There's currently a backlog in processing cases when it comes to tackling the opioid epidemic.  The two U.S. Senators from Ohio are pushing for funding to help law enforcement in the Valley, get the tools they need to keep them safe AND move convictions to the forefront. Senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman are introducing legislation that would secure 20 million dollars for law enforcement to have the same high tech equipment used at the border to detect synthetic drugs...

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Grand jury will consider case of woman accused of stabbing Niles twins

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The Trumbull County Grand Jury will consider evidence in the case of a Niles woman accused of stabbing twin brothers. 

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Youngstown JCC hosts exhibit for Valley native killed at KSU Video included

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A special reception Monday night at the Jewish Community Center will welcome a new exhibit.   The show honors the life of a Youngstown native, nearly 50 years after her tragic death at Kent State University.   It was a life full of friends, family, and joy, which is exhibited in the scrapbook pages of student Sandy Scheuer. Scheuer was a valley native and junior speech therapy major at Kent State, active in the local Jewish community.  She was on her way to cla...

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Warren man arrested after allegedly trying to break into home

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While patting Adams down, police noticed he no longer was wearing his jacket and found a Walther .380 ACP magazine in his right pocket.

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Valley schools work to combat teen suicide rates

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It was just last week we told you about suicide rates on the rise across the country and in Ohio. Trumbull and Columbiana Counties rank near the top ten for suicide in the state. Suicide now marks the second leading cause of death for teens aged 15 to 19 across the country.  Valley schools are hoping that programs and partnerships can help combat the problem here at home.  Several districts across Mahoning, Columbiana, and Trumbull counties partner with local groups and o...

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Cafaro Family, YSU break ground on new intramural athletics field

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The Cafaro family donated $1.5 million to make this happen - part of the largest fundraising campaign in YSU history. It's another product of YSU's growing enrollment, and a sure sign of its growing downtown footprint... Monday, the Cafaro family and university officials broke ground on the $2.5 million dollar Cafaro Family Field - right across from the Cafaro House dorms. Students will be able to use the space for all kinds of intramural activities including soccer, lacrosse and Fri...

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Road back open after Gas well blowout in Berlin Township

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First responders are checking homes in the area of a gas well blowout in Berlin Township to see if they need to be evacuated. 

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It's National Rescue Dog Day

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Are you looking for a four-legged friend? Well, today, May 20, is National Rescue Dog Day! According to the ASPCA, more around 3.3 million dogs come into animal shelters nationwide each year. National Day Calendar says rescue dogs can help relieve things like anxiety, depression and PTSD. Below are links to some local shelters. Animal Charity Human Society - Mahoning County Angels for Animals - Mahoning County  Animal Welfare League - Trumbull County Trumbull County... More>>

Officials rescue cat from 'suspicious' house fire in New Castle

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A woman, baby, dog and cat managed to make it out of a house fire in New Castle. The blaze broke out around 1 p.m. on the 1000 block of Sciota Street. The woman made it out with her baby and dog but her cat ran upstairs. Firefighters were able to find the cat inside the home and return it safely. Assistant Chief Tom Bulisco of the New Castle Fire Department is calling the fire suspicious and bringing in the city's fire investigator. The fire started in the back of the home, ...

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Voting in Mercer County: Where to go and what you need to know

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No matter where you live in Mercer County, you'll find candidates on Tuesday's ballot. 

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Suspect arraigned on indictment for Warren multi-vehicle fatal crash

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The suspect in a deadly multi-vehicle crash in Warren pleaded not guilty during the arraignment on his indictment and had his bond set at $150,000. Joseph Lee Myers, 31, was arraigned Wednesday on charges including aggravated vehicular homicide, aggravated vehicular assault, failure to comply with order or signal of a peace officer and assault.  The crash happened back in April, leaving one person dead and injuring others at Parkman Road and West M...

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Police: Overheated dog inside car, owner in New Castle store for over 40 minutes

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A dog owner has been cited after police say they found an overheated and distressed dog inside a car in New Castle. Neshannock Township police were called to Ollie's Bargain Outlet on Wilmington Road on Sunday around 12:30 p.m. for the report of a dog inside a vehicle that was not running. Here, they found the dog inside the car with its tongue hanging out. They say the dog was "obviously overheated and distressed." The owner, 72-year-old Ron...

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Truck hits Rashid's Market in Youngstown, suspects steal cigarettes

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Youngstown police are searching for suspects after a pickup truck backed into Rashid's Market and multiple packs of cigarettes were stolen. Police were called to the market on Taft Avenue around 2:50 a.m. on Saturday. When they arrived, they say they saw major damage to the front of the building with the metal security gate on the ground and a portion of the brick wall destroyed next to the doorway. According to a police report, the owner later checked security video that showed a ...

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Boardman man tased, arrested at townhouse fire

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The man who reported a fire at a Boardman townhouse ended up being tased by police and locked up in jail.

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YSU breaking ground on Cafaro Family Field

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An groundbreaking ceremony on Monday afternoon will mark the start of construction of a $2.5 million intramural and club sports field. 

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New Castle Police and Fire save ducklings from storm sewer

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The ducklings were freed from the storm sewer and reunited with their mother, but the rescue didn't end there.

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Ohio Senate committee considers bill on drug laws sentencing

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A bill designed to reduce low-level drug possessions to misdemeanors and increase penalties for drug dealers is before an Ohio Senate committee. 

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Bloomfield crash hospitalizes four

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State Troopers are investigating a three vehicle crash in Bloomfield Township that sent four people to the hospital. 

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Fire breaks out in Boardman townhouse for second time in two months

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The American Red Cross is helping find shelter and clothing for two familes displaced by an early morning fire at a Boardman townhouse complex. 

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Air drop of rabies baits to begin this week in Valley

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People living in Mahoning, Columbiana and several other Ohio counties could see helicopters or other aircraft flying low beginning this week. 

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Youngstown Police and Fire investigate explosion sound and car fire

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A vehicle found burning in a wooded area in Youngstown prompts a police and fire investigation. Around 6 p.m. Sunday, residents reported hearing a loud explosion like sound in a wooded area near Ohio Works Drive When officials arrived on the scene, they found what appeared to be an SUV on fire. Police said the Youngstown Arson Investigator was called out to look at the vehicle. Officials have not determined the cause of the fire or if it was arson. The fire was contained and no o... More>>

Bill would bar death penalty if 'serious mental illness'

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The Columbus Dispatch reports the bill has bipartisan support and support from mental health advocacy groups.

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Police: Driver went into crowd outside complex; 1 hurt

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Police say the 23-year-old driver fled on foot but was arrested a short time later.

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Family says man is off life support and undergoing more surgery after being shot in Warren

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She said he was knocked off his bike and laid at the scene until the paramedics came about 10 minutes later.  

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Bomb hits tourist bus near Egypt's Giza Pyramids, wounds 16

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Egyptian officials say a roadside bomb has hit a tourist bus near the Giza Pyramids. They say Sunday's blast wounded at least 16 people, including tourists. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to brief media. Egypt has battled Islamic militants for years in the Sinai Peninsula in an insurgency that has occasionally spilled over to the mainland, hitting minority Christians or tourists. The attack comes as Egypt's vital tourism industry is s... More>>

A warm, Summer-like end to the weekend; cooler to start the new week!

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The Valley is in line for a Summer-like day to round out the weekend! Look for partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions with a high near 85; a stray thunderstorm is possible in the late afternoon with a better chance of scattered showers and storms after dark and overnight; some could contain gusty winds; low 64. Lingering showers Monday morning and mostly cloudy skies with a high near 70. Cooler still on Tuesday with plenty of sunshine but a high only in the mid to upper 60s. Warm... More>>

OhioCAN Mahoning Valley Steps of Change Video included

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People from all walks of life came out to the Walk A Mile in My Shoes Remembrance.  The shoes placed around Wick Park represent the people who are no longer here to walk alongside loved ones. Leray Jackson from Youngstown said, "I came here to support the movement. I have a few loved ones I know personally pass away from the disease, so I am always here to support." Susan Burnett brought her dog Vito to walk. Burnett who is with Compass said, "So we feel it is im... More>>

Veterans cemetery in Youngstown dedicates historical marker

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Mount Hope Veterans Memorial Park Cemetery in Youngstown unveiled and dedicated a historical marker Saturday morning.  The dedication took place at the cemetery just before noon.  The event was followed by a spaghetti dinner fundraiser at Reed's Chapel AME Church on Jacobs Road.  All proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit the Mount Hope Veterans Memorial Park Project.  The marker reads, "This historical site includes the remains of veterans of WWI,...

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Trumbull County 911: Victim shot multiple times in Warren

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According to Trumbull County 911 dispatchers, one person was shot multiple times in Warren early Saturday morning.  The incident happened on North Park Avenue around 2:30 a.m.  The victim's condition is not known at this time.  Stay connected with this developing story on WFMJ.com and on the 21 News app. 

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A much nicer weekend than last weekend; only small rain chances

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A nice and warm weekend is shaping up across the Valley - a HUGE improvement from last weekend! Any scattered showers will end shortly after sunrise Saturday; look for skies to turn mostly sunny by day's end with warmer temps. There is a small chance of an evening shower or storm with a high of 79, low tonight 64 with partly cloudy skies. Sunday looks downright hot with highs in the mid 80s; there will also be a small chance for a shower or storm. Cooler on Monday with variable clo... More>>

State universities in Ohio residency rules for those affected by job transfers

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Many families in this area have been affected by job transfers, that brings up a very important question for students who may be affected by their families having to uproot their lives. What are the rules and regulations that impact in-state and out-of-state tuition at state universities in Ohio?  There are many questions about what happens to the students and whose lives are affected, according to the Trumbull County Educational Service Center students and their families ... More>>

Axe-throwing a growing trend in the Valley Video included

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Both establishments charge $25 per person, per hour, or up to six people for $100.

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The Latest: Mexico industry group hails tariff agreement

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on President Donald Trump and U.S. trade tariffs (all times local):      4:50 p.m.      Mexico's National Chamber of the Iron and Steel Industry is congratulating the country's officials on the agreement reached with the United States on ending steel and aluminum tariffs.      The chamber says in a statement posted online that it considers the deal "a strong and very positive step for industry in the entire... More>>

Greenville Family Video selling CBD products

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Family Video in Greenville now sells products containing CBD.  The company started carrying the products after its CEO, Keith Hoogland, decided that it was something that will benefit the employees and customers. According to the press release, multiple Family Video locations across the country carry products containing CBD.  The store sells CBD products such as oils, water, chapstick, gummy bears and more.  Those who are looking for the CBD prod...

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Nightly lane restrictions for portion of I-80 in Liberty & Hubbard

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There will be road restrictions on Interstate 80 in Liberty & Hubbard Township.  The Ohio Department of Transportation says that I-80 east of South Route 193 to just west of US 62/South Route 7 has various nightly lane restrictions for resurfacing.  The $1.5 million dollar project is scheduled to be completed by early July 2019. 

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OVI checkpoint announced in Trumbull County

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The Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Howland Police department has announced today that an OVI checkpoint will be held on Friday night.  The checkpoint will be on State Route 46 in Trumbull County from 8:30 pm to 1:00 am.   According to the release, the authorities will also be conducting saturation patrols in the area.  OSP and the Howland police department reminds people that if you plan on consuming alcohol make sure to make other travel arrangements.  ...

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Campbell Beatitude House receives $5,000 grant for immigration program

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The Beatitude house has received a 5,000 dollar grant from the Thomases Family Endowment of the Youngstown Area Jewish Foundation.  The grant will provide expansion to the Beatitude's House's Immigrant Outreach Program.  The outreach program assists non-native English speakers with education and outreach such as food distribution, transportation, enrichment activities, and camp.  Sr. Norma Raupple the Immigrant Outreach Program Coordinator said, "Campbell has ma...

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Electronic recycling event set for Saturday at the Covelli Centre Video included

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Mahoning County residents and small businesses can bring computers, monitors, TVs, stereos, cellphones, fax machines, air conditioners, microwaves, washers, dryers and more.

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SAT to give 'adversity score' Video included

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There is some controversy surrounding the SAT. The entrance exam taken by about 2 million students each year is adding an "adversity score" intended to help level the playing field.

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Boardman 5th graders participate in 'Bio Blitz' at Lily Pond

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According to the press release, 5th grade students from Boardman Center Intermediate School spent the day at the Lily Pond at Mill Creek Park learning about organisms and ecosystems of the area.

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Youngstown Firefighter placed on leave, facing assault charge

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Youngstown Fire Chief Barry Finley told 21 News that Tripi has been placed on paid administrative leave but could not comment further on the incident.

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City of Salem hosting 6th annual 'Steps of Change' Saturday

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The event is being sponsored by OHIO CAN Change Addiction Now to raise awareness of addiction while highlighting resources for help and remembering those lost.

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Indoor ax throwing coming to Rhine Haus Bier Hall

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A public demonstration will take place on May 22 from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m.

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  • Governor orders probe of medical board in Ohio State abuse

    Governor orders probe of medical board in Ohio State abuse

    Monday, May 20 2019 10:21 PM EDT2019-05-21 02:21:41 GMT
    (WBNS-TV via AP). This 1992 image made from video provided by WBNS-TV, shows Dr. Richard Strauss. A report released on Friday, May 17, 2017, found that the now-dead Ohio State team doctor sexually abused at least 177 male students from the 1970s throug...(WBNS-TV via AP). This 1992 image made from video provided by WBNS-TV, shows Dr. Richard Strauss. A report released on Friday, May 17, 2017, found that the now-dead Ohio State team doctor sexually abused at least 177 male students from the 1970s throug...
    (WBNS-TV via AP). This 1992 image made from video provided by WBNS-TV, shows Dr. Richard Strauss. A report released on Friday, May 17, 2017, found that the now-dead Ohio State team doctor sexually abused at least 177 male students from the 1970s throug...(WBNS-TV via AP). This 1992 image made from video provided by WBNS-TV, shows Dr. Richard Strauss. A report released on Friday, May 17, 2017, found that the now-dead Ohio State team doctor sexually abused at least 177 male students from the 1970s throug...
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is preparing to respond to investigative findings involving a pattern of sexual abuse of students by a now-dead Ohio State team doctor.More >>
    Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is preparing to respond to investigative findings involving a pattern of sexual abuse of students by a now-dead Ohio State team doctor.More >>
  • Colorado seniors graduate weeks after fatal attack at school

    Colorado seniors graduate weeks after fatal attack at school

    Monday, May 20 2019 10:21 PM EDT2019-05-21 02:21:37 GMT
    (Rachel Short via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo provided by Rachel Short shows Kendrick Castillo, who was killed during a shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Seniors from the school...(Rachel Short via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo provided by Rachel Short shows Kendrick Castillo, who was killed during a shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Seniors from the school...
    (Rachel Short via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo provided by Rachel Short shows Kendrick Castillo, who was killed during a shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Seniors from the school...(Rachel Short via AP, File). FILE - This undated file photo provided by Rachel Short shows Kendrick Castillo, who was killed during a shooting at the STEM School Highlands Ranch on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Seniors from the school...
    Seniors at a Colorado high school where a student was killed trying to stop a shooting nearly two weeks ago graduated Monday.More >>
    Seniors at a Colorado high school where a student was killed trying to stop a shooting nearly two weeks ago graduated Monday.More >>
  • Andrea, Atlantic season's 1st named subtropical storm, forms

    Andrea, Atlantic season's 1st named subtropical storm, forms

    Monday, May 20 2019 10:21 PM EDT2019-05-21 02:21:35 GMT
    Meteorologists say a low pressure system located several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda has become a subtropical storm.More >>
    Meteorologists say a low pressure system located several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda has become a subtropical storm.More >>
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  • Voting in Mercer County: Where to go and what you need to know

    Voting in Mercer County: Where to go and what you need to know

    Monday, May 20 2019 5:01 PM EDT2019-05-20 21:01:47 GMT

    No matter where you live in Mercer County, you'll find candidates on Tuesday's ballot. 

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    No matter where you live in Mercer County, you'll find candidates on Tuesday's ballot. 

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  • Female vets to form House caucus for women who serve

    Female vets to form House caucus for women who serve

    Wednesday, May 15 2019 5:37 AM EDT2019-05-15 09:37:37 GMT

    Female military veterans serving in the House say they're setting up a caucus that advocates for women service members and veterans. That's because the population of women who serve or have served is...

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    Female military veterans serving in the House say they're setting up a caucus that advocates for women service members and veterans. That's because the population of women who serve or have served is climbing, and...

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  • Warren releases $100 billion plan to combat opioid epidemic

    Warren releases $100 billion plan to combat opioid epidemic

    Thursday, May 9 2019 10:29 AM EDT2019-05-09 14:29:06 GMT
    (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall). 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks to local residents during an organizing event, Friday, May 3, 2019, in Ames, Iowa.(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall). 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks to local residents during an organizing event, Friday, May 3, 2019, in Ames, Iowa.
    (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall). 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks to local residents during an organizing event, Friday, May 3, 2019, in Ames, Iowa.(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall). 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren speaks to local residents during an organizing event, Friday, May 3, 2019, in Ames, Iowa.
    Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has unveiled a new version of her plan to combat America's opioid epidemic, proposing to spend $100 billion over 10 years on battling the consequences of addiction.More >>
    Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has unveiled a new version of her plan to combat America's opioid epidemic, proposing to spend $100 billion over 10 years on battling the consequences of addiction.More >>
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  • Voting in Mercer County: Where to go and what you need to know

    Voting in Mercer County: Where to go and what you need to know

    Monday, May 20 2019 5:01 PM EDT2019-05-20 21:01:47 GMT

    No matter where you live in Mercer County, you'll find candidates on Tuesday's ballot. 

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    No matter where you live in Mercer County, you'll find candidates on Tuesday's ballot. 

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  • Air drop of rabies baits to begin this week in Valley

    Air drop of rabies baits to begin this week in Valley

    Monday, May 20 2019 4:16 AM EDT2019-05-20 08:16:18 GMT

    People living in Mahoning, Columbiana and several other Ohio counties could see helicopters or other aircraft flying low beginning this week. 

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    People living in Mahoning, Columbiana and several other Ohio counties could see helicopters or other aircraft flying low beginning this week. 

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  • Youngstown Police and Fire investigate explosion sound and car fire

    Youngstown Police and Fire investigate explosion sound and car fire

    Sunday, May 19 2019 9:45 PM EDT2019-05-20 01:45:18 GMT
    A vehicle found burning in a wooded area in Youngstown prompts a police and fire investigation. Around 6 p.m. Sunday, residents reported hearing a loud explosion like sound in a wooded area near Ohio Works Drive When officials arrived on the scene, they found what appeared to be an SUV on fire. Police said the Youngstown Arson Investigator was called out to look at the vehicle. Officials have not determined the cause of the fire or if it was arson. The fire was contained and no o...More >>
    A vehicle found burning in a wooded area in Youngstown prompts a police and fire investigation. Around 6 p.m. Sunday, residents reported hearing a loud explosion like sound in a wooded area near Ohio Works Drive When officials arrived on the scene, they found what appeared to be an SUV on fire. Police said the Youngstown Arson Investigator was called out to look at the vehicle. Officials have not determined the cause of the fire or if it was arson. The fire was contained and no o...More >>
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  • Indoor ax throwing coming to Rhine Haus Bier Hall

    Indoor ax throwing coming to Rhine Haus Bier Hall

    Friday, May 17 2019 3:27 PM EDT2019-05-17 19:27:55 GMT

    A public demonstration will take place on May 22 from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m.

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    A public demonstration will take place on May 22 from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m.

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  • Judge: Cosby accusers' testimony points to 'signature' crime

    Judge: Cosby accusers' testimony points to 'signature' crime

    Wednesday, May 15 2019 5:35 AM EDT2019-05-15 09:35:47 GMT

    The Pennsylvania judge who presided over Bill Cosby's sex-assault case says he let five other accusers testify at Cosby's retrial because they showed his actions were "so distinctive" they became "a...

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    The judge who presided over Bill Cosby's criminal case said he let five other accusers testify at the sex-assault trial because their accounts had "chilling similarities" that pointed to a "signature" crime.

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  • Singer, songwriter Rob Thomas to play Youngstown Amphitheater

    Singer, songwriter Rob Thomas to play Youngstown Amphitheater

    Monday, May 13 2019 8:23 AM EDT2019-05-13 12:23:47 GMT

    Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Rob Thomas has announced a Youngstown stop as part of his North American Chip Tooth Tour. 

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    Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Rob Thomas has announced a Youngstown stop as part of his North American Chip Tooth Tour. 

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  • Can fines rein in Big Tech? Privacy regulators spur a debate

    Can fines rein in Big Tech? Privacy regulators spur a debate

    Friday, May 10 2019 3:12 AM EDT2019-05-10 07:12:49 GMT
    (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File). FILE - This Jan. 28, 2015, file photo, shows the Federal Trade Commission building in Washington. Federal privacy regulators are under scrutiny in Congress as they negotiate a record fine with Facebook to punish the compa...(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File). FILE - This Jan. 28, 2015, file photo, shows the Federal Trade Commission building in Washington. Federal privacy regulators are under scrutiny in Congress as they negotiate a record fine with Facebook to punish the compa...
    (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File). FILE - This Jan. 28, 2015, file photo, shows the Federal Trade Commission building in Washington. Federal privacy regulators are under scrutiny in Congress as they negotiate a record fine with Facebook to punish the compa...(AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File). FILE - This Jan. 28, 2015, file photo, shows the Federal Trade Commission building in Washington. Federal privacy regulators are under scrutiny in Congress as they negotiate a record fine with Facebook to punish the compa...
    Federal privacy regulators are under scrutiny in Congress as they negotiate a record fine with Facebook to punish the company for alleged violations of its users' privacy.More >>
    Federal privacy regulators are under scrutiny in Congress as they negotiate a record fine with Facebook to punish the company for alleged violations of its users' privacy.More >>
  • Google's privacy push gets a mixed reception

    Google's privacy push gets a mixed reception

    Thursday, May 9 2019 9:53 PM EDT2019-05-10 01:53:12 GMT
    (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu). Google's Alexander Hunter gives a demonstration of the Nest Hub Max at the Google I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, May 7, 2019.(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu). Google's Alexander Hunter gives a demonstration of the Nest Hub Max at the Google I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
    (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu). Google's Alexander Hunter gives a demonstration of the Nest Hub Max at the Google I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, May 7, 2019.(AP Photo/Jeff Chiu). Google's Alexander Hunter gives a demonstration of the Nest Hub Max at the Google I/O conference in Mountain View, Calif., Tuesday, May 7, 2019.
    Google CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the company's annual developer conference Tuesday with new privacy tools and updates to Google's artificially intelligent voice assistant.More >>
    Google CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the company's annual developer conference Tuesday with new privacy tools and updates to Google's artificially intelligent voice assistant.More >>
  • Auschwitz Museum protests death camp images on skirts, bags

    Auschwitz Museum protests death camp images on skirts, bags

    Thursday, May 9 2019 2:21 AM EDT2019-05-09 06:21:01 GMT
    Museum authorities at the Auschwitz-Birkenau former Nazi German death camp in Poland have protested to an online vendor that was selling miniskirts, pillows and other items bearing photos of the camp.More >>
    Museum authorities at the Auschwitz-Birkenau former Nazi German death camp in Poland have protested to an online vendor that was selling miniskirts, pillows and other items bearing photos of the camp.More >>
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