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Federal prosecutors have cast a wide net, asking witnesses in recent months about a chaotic White House meeting that included discussion of seizing voting machines and about lawyers’ involvement in plans to block the transfer of power, according to people familiar with the probe. 

North Korea stays silent on its apparent detention of a US soldier who bolted across the border

North Korea has been silent about the highly unusual entry of an American soldier across the Koreas’ heavily fortified border although it test-fired short-range missiles in its latest weapons display.

North Korea fires 2 short-range missiles into the sea as US docks nuclear submarine in South Korea

North Korea fired two short-range ballistic missiles into its eastern sea early Wednesday in what appeared to be a statement of defiance as the United States deploys a nuclear-armed submarine to South Korea for the first time in decades.

Effort to find 2 children lost in a Pennsylvania flash flood may soon pivot to an underwater search


Authorities searching for two young siblings who were swept away from their car during flash flooding in the Philadelphia suburbs over the weekend say they haven't been found.

Release hearing set for Beaver Twp. woman imprisoned for deadly wrong-way crash

A judicial release hearing is scheduled next month for a Beaver Township woman who has served three-and-a-half months of a year-long prison sentence for a deadly crash in Youngstown.

Niles police arrest man after reports of shots fired

Detective Captain John Marshall says officers were able to identify a suspect based on information from a victim.

Final Valley resident charged in January 6th insurrection found guilty on all counts

Powell was dubbed the "pink hat lady" or "bullhorn lady" in the days following the riot, after a video surfaced showing her wearing a pink knit cap and carrying a bullhorn.

Former Grove City Library director accused of stealing $25K

21 News spoke with Gallagher in April when she called for financial support for the library.

Milton fire chief retires amid allegations of safety violations, gender discrimination

The former chief will be taken off paid leave and his retirement will be effective immediately.

No winner in Tuesday’s Mega Millions drawing. Jackpot reaches $720 million

The Mega Millions jackpot has risen to an estimated $720 million after no winning ticket was sold — again.

Pittsburgh Airport announces additional flights to San Francisco, Fort Myers

United Airlines has announced plans to restore a second daily flight between Pittsburgh and San Francisco for the first time since prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Where to get Valley deals on Wednesday's National Hot Dog Day

Wednesday, July 19th is National Hot Dog Day… which is appropriately celebrated during what the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council has declared “National Hot Dog Month”.

Lowellville Mt. Carmel Society Festival returns Wednesday

It runs through Saturday night and features music, food and of course, the Baby Doll Dance.

A Wednesday winner; possible severe weather Thursday

The highest risk for heavy storms will be in the evening Thursday.