The latest from the 21 Newsroom

 
U.S. wireless network T-Mobile says hackers have stolen data on 37 million customers.
 

GOP action on mail ballot timelines angers military families

 

Ohio’s restrictive new election law significantly shortens the window for mailed ballots to be received, even though there's no evidence that the extended timeline has led to fraud or any other problems.

Budget investment will create Vienna Air Heritage Park

 
State Rep. Mike Loychik made the announcement after the WRPA board approved the purchase of 22 acres in Vienna for the park on property that's owned by the Youngstown Air Reserve Station
 

Warren Schools offer grief counseling after student dies in arson blaze

 
Grief counseling will be offered by Warren City Schools and the Warren G. Harding Crisis Response team starting Friday, January 20 and beyond as needed.
 

Mailman robbed at gunpoint on Youngstown's west side

 
Reports say the suspect told the mailman "don't be reaching" and showed him the butt of the gun.
 

Third defendant sentenced for $325,000 fraud targeting Valley Walmarts, banks

 
The third and final suspect has been sentenced for a $325,000 fraud scheme that involved three Valley Walmart and several local banks.
 

Driver injured in Struthers crash

 
One person was hurt early Friday after their car ran into a tree in Struthers.
 

Route 46 closed near Canfield Fairgrounds

 
Crews from the Ohio Department of Transportation and FirstEnergy were working to reopen a stretch of Route 46 in Canfield early Friday.
 

Power outages linger for handful of FirstEnergy customers

 
According to FirstEnergy, 6,700 customers were without power in Trumbull County as of 8 p.m. Thursday.
 

Brisk temperatures and snow return to the forecast

 
After a brief return of spring-like conditions, winter will make its presence known over the weekend.
 

ESPN2 to air YSU basketball Jan. 27

 
Youngstown State University men’s basketball is getting some national sports network attention later this month.