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YMCA Urges Water Safety

It is estimated that 3,500 people in the United States drown each year, so it’s important that everyone learns to swim.

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Rollover Injures One

A man was injured after rolling his van into a ditch on North Leavitt Road in Champion.


Cop Violated Family's Trust

The attorney for a 14-year-old girl who was allegedly solicited for sex by a Youngstown police detective investigating the girl’s statutory …

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St. Columba Hosts Art Camp

The Downtown Mission’s Children’s Art Camp is sponsored by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Office of Black and Indian Missions throu…

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Sharon Company Expands

Sharon Tube unveiled a $45 million expansion to its Wheatland plant on Tuesday.


Murder Suspect Pleads Insanity

A Warren man accused of fatally stabbing a 71-year-old man in April has asked for a judge to dismiss charges against him because he was insa…


Police Looking for Duo

Police are searching for two people who tried to break into four Pulaski Township homes early Tuesday but were chased away by the homeowners…


BBB Issues Warning

The Better Business Bureau issued a warning Tuesday for anyone who receives unsolicited phone calls about medical emergency alarms and other…


Dann License Reinstated

Former state Attorney General Marc Dann, a former Liberty resident, had his law license reinstated on Tuesday.


Internet Cafes Robbed

Police in Warren and Youngstown are investigating robberies of internet cafes that happened simultaneously on Monday.


Route 46 Closes in Niles

A main thoroughfare through the city of Niles will be shut down for several months.

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Warren Crash Injures Two

A power outage that affected traffic signals is being blamed for the crash, but it is still under investigation.

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Family Sees Sea Lion Escape

A sea lion jumped off the rocks in its enclosure and made a break for it, skittering up the visitor walkway and straight at Jonathan Schellh…

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Holocaust Workshop Held

For the past 25 years, the Ohio Council on Holocaust Education has been pushing for Holocaust education to be mandatory in all schools.

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Watch Out for Orange Barrels

A deadly accident over the weekend is a reminder to motorists to keep alert for small construction projects that may pop up that slow down t…


Expert: Victims Know Abuser

A Youngstown police officer and a Mahoning County Juvenile Justice Center probation officer each have been accused in felony sex cases again…