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Roads open, evacuation ended after Weathersfield chemical leak

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Route 422 and Tibbets Wick Road are open to traffic again. However, it could take four to five hours to clean up a chemical spill that forced an evacuation in Weathersfield Township.

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Mahoning County human trafficking trial delayed

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A trial that was expected to begin today for what's being called the first case of its kind related to human trafficking in Mahoning County has been delayed. 

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Chance For Showers Increasing This Afternoon

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Good Monday Morning! You might want to grab an umbrella before heading out the door. Chances for showers and thunderstorms start to increase after the lunch hour. #MorningReady pic.twitter.com/t8C0RMeM7A — StormTracker 21 (@StormTracker21) July 16, 2018 After a hot and humid weekend, we won’t be getting to much relief today. The dewpoint will be in the 70s throughout the day and it will feel MUGGY! You might want to grab an umbrella to hold onto throughout the day. C...

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Horse killed in Mesopotamia accident

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The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating after a car struck a horse in Trumbull County. 

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Construction will close part of Route 224 between Poland and New Castle

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The estimated 5,700 cars and trucks driving between Poland Village and New Castle will have to travel five miles out of their way and seven more minutes starting next week when they are detoured through Struthers and Coitsville. 

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Police: 6-month-old girl found unresponsive in car dies

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Police say a 6-month-old girl found unresponsive in a car at a park in Ohio and has died. 

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Struthers man killed in car crash

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A man from Struthers is dead and a woman is hospitalized after a one-car crash in Mercer County. 

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Newton Falls family in fear after Confederate flag put in their yard Video included

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However, one family said they were sent a Confederate flag saying they're not welcome to the neighborhood.

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ODNR: One person dies, another in stable condition after drowning at Mosquito Lake

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An Ohio Department of Natural Resources spokesman said one man died and another person is recovering following a drowning in Bazetta Township. 

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Trumbull County 911 Director involved in Brookfield Township incident

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Trumbull County Dispatch has confirmed that a 17-year-old boy's foot was run over by at least one car Saturday night.

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Two local police agencies investigating viral animal cruelty video

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21 News is learning more about a disturbing incident that some of you may have seen on Facebook recently involving a man mutilating his dog.

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Schulz brothers share the love for APBA Baseball

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A little more than 30 years ago a group of three brothers and three friends started playing what's basically a board game for baseball fans. Those games continue today, only they've added many more players to the group.

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Mill Creek Park road closure

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West Newport Drive in Mill Creek Park will be closed on Monday for a road improvement project.

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Annesley Road bridge closure in Columbiana

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A new date has been set for the Annesley Road bridge closure. 

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Portion of Route 164 in Columbiana closing

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A portion of State Route 164 in Columbiana County will be closing starting Monday. 

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City-wide boil alert issued in Campbell

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A city-wide precautionary boil alert has been issued for Campbell.

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Girlfriend allegedly hits Niles boyfriend in the head with an ax

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A Niles man was sent to the hospital Friday night after his girlfriend allegedly hit him in the head with an axe.

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Struthers Fire Department non-emergency lines working again

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The main, non-emergency lines for the Struthers Fire Department are down. The fire chief is asking residents to call 911 if they have an emergency.

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Judge dismisses suit filed by family of man killed by police

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A federal judge's ruling dismissing a lawsuit filed by the family of an unarmed black man fatally shot by an Ohio police officer says the man's civil rights were not violated.  

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Eastwood Mall car and bike show canceled

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A car and bike show set to take place at the Eastwood Mall has been canceled. 

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Lawrence County animal hospital hosts charity dog wash

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A Lawrence County animal hospital is hosting a charity dog wash to benefit Relay for Life.

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Annual New Castle festival to bring awareness to disability issues

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The Fireworks Festival Freedom Fair in downtown New Castle will bring food, fireworks and awareness to disability issues.  

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Eastwood Mall camp to teach importance of Ohio's forests

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The Eastwood Mall will be wrapping up its first-ever summer camp program with the importance of Ohio's forests and a performance by the dancers from Ballet Western Reserve.

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Trooper told partner to chase suspect after being dragged by car Video included

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A man wanted for allegedly dragging an Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper with a car after a traffic stop around 11:30 Thursday night, is in jail awaiting arraignment in Youngstown Municipal Court. 

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Event brings thousands together to raise funds for local Rescue Mission

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Thousands of people gathered in Boardman on Friday night to take part in Mission Night Market.

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McDonald's removing salads from 3,000 stores after illness

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McDonald's is stopping the sale of salads at 3,000 restaurants after people became sick from a parasite causing intestinal illness.

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For the first time beer is sold at Trumbull County Fair

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As thousands poured into the Grandstand at the Trumbull County Fair for the Bullride Mania show Friday evening,  many grabbed a cold one!  For the first time in 172 years, you can get a beer at the fair. But, it is limited to the  grandstands only. Members of the Cortland Veterans Memorial Foundation are volunteering their time to sell the adult beverages. They're offering Budweiser, Bud Light, Yuengling and Bud Light Lime's version of a margarita all for $5. A por... More>>

Campbell Finance Clerk fired for 'inappropriate conduct'

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A Campbell City employee will no longer have his job, after being fired on Friday.

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Fundraising for Union Township Volunteer Fire Department takes flight

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For the 19th year, the Western Pennsylvania Balloon Quest is taking place.

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Salem tattoo shop offers Friday the 13th deal

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Every Friday the 13th for almost seven years State Street Tatoo's in Salem has been celebrating by doing tattoos for $13 and $31. This year they have nine tattoo artists and over 200 designs to choose from. The shop's owner, Brandon Mohr says this has something he has wanted to do at every shop he has worked at, and was excited to offer this deal in Salem. He says that this event is " kind of a spur of the moment pick something you like [and] get it." He says it's no... More>>

Valley doctors approved to recommend medical marijuana

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Nearly a dozen Valley physicians have received the stamp of approval to recommend medical marijuana to patients across the state.  

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$2 M bond set for Warren man accused of raping eight-year-old girl

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A Judge in Trumbull County has set bond at $2 million for a convicted Warren sex offender accused of taking pictures as he raped an eight-year-old girl.

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Victim dies after shooting on Youngstown's South Side

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Youngstown Police Detectives are investigating a fatal shooting on the city's South Side as a homicide. 

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Fire destroys vintage cars in Austintown garage

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Austintown investigators are estimating the loss at $155,00 after a fire that destroyed a garage and three vintage cars inside. 

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Ramp to I-680 closing tonight through Monday

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Another stretch of the northbound lane of Interstate 680 is closing to traffic in Youngstown this weekend. 

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