Crime-scene cleanup



Crime-scene cleanup
TINA FREEMAN, an employee of National Fire Repair in Boardman, demonstrates protective gear worn when cleaning up crime scenes. Area police say clearing areas where crimes have occurred is a complex, time-consuming task.
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Gifted changes bringconcerns in Warren
CHANGES to make Warren schools' gifted program more inclusive has generated concerns from some parents.
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SPORTS
Mason wins MVP
YOUNGSTOWN STATE senior tailback Marcus Mason received the football team's Most Valuable Player Award on Saturday at the annual football banquet.
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ENTERTAINMENT
Final documentaryof Irwin airs tonight
THE FINAL documentary by crocodile hunter Steve Irwin airs tonight. Irwin was killed when a stingray barb pierced his heart in September.
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LIFE & amp;WORK
A doll with diversity
FULLA, a doll that has been outselling Barbie in the Middle East, is the latest example of a new crop of dolls reflecting different races, values, religions and cultures.
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HOME
In-house studio
WITH more equipment available for less money, having a basement recording studio is more of an option for today's homeowner.
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TRAVEL
Super Bowl-bound?
MIAMI is promoting a wealth of activities and sites for the tens of thousands of visitors expected in town for the Super Bowl on Feb. 4.
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BUSINESS
New owners spruceup Valley golf course
NEW OWNERS have invested more than 600,000 in rejuvenating the former Countryside Golf Course in Coitsville. The new Knoll Run Golf Course will open there in March.
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PARADE
Fighting fatigue
LEARN the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and the steps you can take to feel better.
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