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Many people enjoyed the mild winter, but for farmers, a warm winter can lead to problems with disease pressure.
Inside the car, troopers found two loaded pistols, an assault rifle, and suspected cocaine with the two small children.
Cliff Panezich was in court Tuesday morning pleading guilty to a number of charges, including money laundering and forgery.
Outside of the courthouse, a Youngstown man said no one will “shed a tear for what happened to [Seman].”
Annie’s Law allows for first-time offenders to have breathalyzers put in their cars, forcing them to pass the test before driving.
Eight teachers from Alta Head Start will be getting $500 gift cards to help them pay for resources for their students.
At No Limits Alternative Center, adults on the autism spectrum have the chance to work in the community and come together as a team.
Local recovery professionals weigh in on one Ohio city’s new procedure to attack the overdose epidemic.
Teachers at the high school in Trumbull County are having open conversations with their students about the dangers of drugs.
Police and firefighters are getting trained on what safe sleep looks like as part of an effort to lower the infant mortality rate.
A Struthers teacher took her love of sports and turned it into a fun, learning activity for students.
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.