Officers fighting the drug problem have a strong sense that marijuana legalization is having an effect on Mexican drug cartels.
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The offer is contingent on the candidate’s acceptance and success in passing a background check and drug screening.
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Investigators said the plane was trying to land on a private airstrip and missed.
A New Castle woman wants to help make Alzheimer’s Disease easier on all those affected by it.
The Mahoning County Career and Technical Center wants to make sure people know how to properly use drones.
A crash involving a car and a motorcycle shut down part of Midlothian Boulevard on Wednesday afternoon.
Dispensaries in the state will be broken up into districts
Some people in the Valley are preparing for the worst as they wait for news from friends and family living in Puerto Rico.
They answered questions on a number of issues, including the city’s poverty level, racism, and the school system.
Students still haven’t played a single game on the fields built two years ago, which are littered with rocks, glass, and other debris.
People in the Valley joined together to help educate parents on safe sleeping habits for infants. Ohio’s mortality rate is among the highest…
Facebook blew up a year ago over a photo showing two people passed out, overdosed in a car with a child.
As Hurricane Irma bears down on Florida, Valley natives living there prepare to evacuate.
YSU professors authorized a strike if they don’t reach an agreement last week.
Libre’s Law was signed two months ago by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf.
The accident happened Friday morning just before the South Avenue exit.
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The USDA will be dropping 1.5 million of the vaccines over the next five days through 9,000 miles of Ohio.
Battlefront Paintball Field in Hubbard hosted a community paintball game with local police Saturday.
President Ken Baer says there should be a new pavilion by September. Pavilion G was burned down in May.
While none of the international students on campus were impacted by President Trump’s travel ban, some said it is on their mind.