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The deadly drug problem in western Pennsylvania took 852 lives in 2015, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration.
The State of Ohio is trying to improve infant mortality numbers so more babies make it to their first birthday.
Someone stole military medals from the Columbiana County Vietnam veteran in December.
The project will include new space for the Junior Fair program and an event center the community can use throughout the year.
Boardman School District is in the spotlight for educating students on drug prevention through its “Brain Power” program.
The 14-year old boy is accused of shooting a woman in the face during a robbery attempt in Youngstown.
Money raised by the Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church helps pay the utility bills, like gas and electric.
A dark green Chevy Malibu, which appears to be a 2000 to 2005, is the car on police’s radar.
Under current law, if someone has been diagnosed with an addiction and refuses treatment, there is nothing their family can do.
“It’s a lot of stuff. A lot of stuff and it’s a lot of expensive stuff,” an officer on the scene said.
The Powerball jackpot has surpassed $400 million, one of the few times the jackpot has grown this much in the game’s history.
The fundraiser brings in money for the Rescue Mission’s general fund and covers things like keeping the lights on at the facility.
Concerned employees got to ask their many questions to Steward Health Care representatives on Friday.
Northside Medical Center, Trumbull Memorial, Hillside Rehabilitation and Sharon Regional are all included in the sale.
PennDOT intends to replace the West Middlesex Viaduct and reconstruct a half-mile portion of Route 318.
Zeus McClurkin helped the Red Cross install free smoke detectors at homes in the city.
Police are happy all of those drugs are off the street.
The group said it’s an honor to be part of history.
Donald Trump becomes the 45th president of the U.S. in just four days.
Luis Cruz Ramos is headed for trial in Mahoning County, facing charges from a police chase where he shot at officers.
The site advertising escorts and massages was at the center of several prostitution arrests in the Mahoning Valley.