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RUSSIA Cooperation results in submarine rescue

Russia called quickly for international help, in sharp contrast to its handling of a sub disaster

Woman, 81, attacked in home

YOUNGSTOWN -- Jamming her fingers between a towel and her neck and playing dead may have saved the


TODAY 1 p.m. (FSN Ohio) Volleyball: AVP Nissan Series. 6:50 p.m. (WNIO-AM 1390) Baseball:

Focused Scrappers overcome Brooklyn

Mahoning Valley rebounded from a 4-0 deficit. By BILL SULLIVAN VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF NILES

SATURDAY Hiser's 13th-inning single ends marathon against Staten Island

VINDICATOR STAFF REPORT NILES -- It took 13 innings and four hours and 24 minutes for the

Listen to the safety spiel

Opinion: Philadelphia Inquirer: Frequent fliers face more tedium than ever: queries about luggage;

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& lt;B & gt;BIROSCHAK, & lt;/B & gt;Joseph E. Sr., 82, of Poland; calling hours

BOXING Commings' comeback slated at Mountaineer

Six other fights are set on Thursday's card. CHESTER, W. Va. -- Thursday night at the Mountaineer

Salem had alternatives to combining fire districts

Opinion: Salem had alternatives to combining fire districts EDITOR: OK, so we now have a joint fire

HOW HE SEES IT Bush is still No. 1 despite his problems

Opinion: By JAMES P. PINKERTON LONG ISLAND NEWSDAY George W. Bush has big problems. Fortunately for him,

The Goose outlasts field

The Goose outlasts field Retief Goosen overcame Brandt Jobe down the stretch to win the

Film pokes fun at Jenna Bush

NEWSDAY NEW YORK -- Her good-time-girl image long ago cemented, Jenna Bush recently popped up on

Guaranteeing the vote is as important today as in 1868

Opinion: The voting rights acts is now 40 years old, and it is amazing how far the nation has come in four

COMEDY Wendy Kamenoff stands up for art of storytelling

Kamenoff paid her dues by warming up studio audiences during show tapings. By LISA FERGUSON LAS

Coach Knight's reality TV

Coach Knight's reality TV LUBBOCK, Texas -- Bob Knight will give one Texas Tech student the chance

YOUNGSTOWN PLAYHOUSE REVIVAL Promising future unfolds in upbeat strategy

Second of a two-part series. By L. CROW VINDICATOR CORRESPONDENT YOUNGSTOWN -- Bentley

Champion Molded wins Warren AA

Champion Molded wins Warren AA WARREN -- Champion Molded Plastics defeated Lone Wolf Freight

Man finds body floating in McKelvey Lake

Man finds body floating in McKelvey Lake YOUNGSTOWN -- Police were called to McKelvey Lake on

Gatlin impressive

Gatlin impressive Justin Gatlin didn't just win the 100 meters at the world track and field

ESPN Yankush pedals his dream job

The Ursuline graduate has found happiness as a bike rider and commentator. By JOE SCALZO

Fire destroys inmate's house

BROOKFIELD -- Township firefighters continue to investigate a fire that destroyed a vacant house


NFL PRESEASON Today Hall of Fame Game, Canton FavoritePointsUnderdog Chicago2Miami

Today is Monday, Aug. 8, the 220th day of 2005. There are 145 days left in the year. On this date in

Opinion: Today is Monday, Aug. 8, the 220th day of 2005. There are 145 days left in the year. On this date in


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SATURDAY'S GAMES American League Texas 10, Baltimore 3 Toronto 8, N.Y. Yankees 5 Cleveland

HOW HE SEES IT Deprivation could become new luxury

Opinion: By JIM SOLLISCH CHRISITAN SCIENCE MONITOR CLEVELAND -- Frankly, summer scares me. I cower when I

ISRAEL Against pullout, finance official abruptly quits

Prime Minister Sharon named Vice Premier Ehud Olmert acting finance minister. LOS ANGELES TIMES

GEORGE F. WILL U.S. auto industry in state of flux

Opinion: DEARBORN, Mich. -- Commuting to and from work must be a blast for William Clay Ford Jr. in his

IRAQ Insurgents' killing spree nears record-high level

U.S. troops are victims of attacks about 70 times a day, officials say. WASHINGTON POST BAGHDAD,

Arts meeting scheduled

Arts meeting scheduled YOUNGSTOWN -- The Youngstown Arts & amp; Entertainment District

AFRICAN CULTURE FEST Event aims to enrich, enlighten, empower

People can still sign up for booths, flags and spots in the festival's parade. By AMBER HYLAND


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OHIO FIRE CODE Officials ensure places comply

The new code will improve understanding of policies among developers, businesses and fire officials.

SPACE SHUTTLE NASA officials hopeful for Discovery's return

The crew was able to inspect and make repairs on the vessel while in orbit. CHICAGO TRIBUNE CAPE

Valley families open homes, hearts to kids

About 100 Mahoning Valley families have opened their homes to the children. By SEAN BARRON