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In 2015, the state patrol made more than 100 arrests for human trafficking on Ohio roadways.
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News broke on Jan. 21 that there were elevated levels of lead in the water of some homes in the Sebring water distribution system.
Michaels acquired the parent company of Pat Catan’s for $150 million earlier in January.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
The city will pay its $50,000 deductible to its insurance company to pay Desiree Johnson and Doretha Weston in connection with the stop.
Police reported finding Kevin Vaughn at a gas station on South Avenue, where they arrested him.
The accident happened along Route 165 near Detwiler Road.
Officers found heroin, cocaine and pills inside the man’s spandex pants.
Neighbors say the people who lived there were in the process of moving out.
Commissioner Harry Johnson, III spoke out at the Youngstown City Council meeting on Wednesday night about the city’s water supply.
Right now, the Covelli Centre rents hand-wand metal detectors to use at each of their eight entrances, and those costs can build up.
Employees at the plant reported receiving letters that the plant could close in 60 days, if the market doesn’t improve.
With three layoffs and a decrease in funding, Niles Police say they are struggling to maintain current services.
Rubenstein ran a marketing firm that produced commercials and other material for businesses and political candidates in the Valley.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the person or his vehicle, seen in a surveillance video.
The new results follow extensive testing conducted by Ohio EPA in late January that showed improving water conditions in Sebring.
A towing company spent several hours unloading the trailer and then getting it out of the gas station on Salt Springs Road.
The money will be used for programs like the United Way’s Success After 6 program, an after-school education program.