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August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day, and businesses and organizations across Ohio are looking to turn the tide in the fight against addiction. 


The Market Street bridge into Downtown Youngstown is temporarily closed as the Youngstown Fire Department and EMTs clear the scene of an accident involving at least one car and a bicycle.


Former President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty and waived arraignment in the case accusing him and others of illegally trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election in Georgia.


After officers responded to 911 calls and ShotSpotter reports, "hundreds of people descended on the block" while officers attempted to secure the crime scene.


Animal Charity of Ohio is hoping to raise money to pay for veterinary and other costs to cover the rescue of seven cows.

Residents pick through the rubble of lost homes and scattered belongings in Hurricane Idalia's wake


Tropical Storm Idalia is barreling through the Carolinas on its way to the Atlantic Ocean after leaving a trail of flooding and devastation throughout the Southeast.

State reps to propose elimination of Academic Distress Commissions amidst YEA strike


State Reps. Lauren McNally (D-OH 59) and Juanita Brent (D-OH 22) will discuss plans to introduce legislation which, if passed, would eliminate Academic Distress Commissions according to a release from the Youngstown Education Association.

Trumbull Co. Prosecutor's Office warns of potential parole of convicted sex offenders


Fisher, Lockney and Reitz are all scheduled for parole hearings between October and December 2023.

Lane closed on I-80 East for damaged highway sign


A damaged highway sign hanging down over I-80 has resulted in the closure of the leftmost lane of I-80 East at exit 223 to SR 46, according to Ohio State Patrol.

A September heat wave is on the way


We expect no raindrops until at least the tail end of next week.