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No one charged in 'alarming' injuries of 7-week-old boy

Police are investigating how a 7-week-old baby received life-threatening injuries, including fractures of the jaw, both sides of the skull, collar bone and tibia, as well as a brain bleed and two older rib fractures.


Marshals still looking for driver in crash that killed her kids, brother

The driver of a van that drove the wrong way in February on state Route 711 and collided with a tractor-trailer, killing three people in the van, is facing felony aggravated vehicular homicide charges.


Theisler gets 2 years in prison if $400K restitution paid

Former Warren Fabricating chief financial officer Paul F. Theisler Jr., 66, of Andrews Court, Canfield, will spend two years in prison if he turns over $400,000 in restitution by Aug. 8, as his plea agreement requires.


Former Struthers football standout pleads to robbery, gets 6 years

As his case was set to go to trial, a Struthers teen pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery Monday and received a six-year prison sentence.


49ers great Dwight Clark dies after ALS battle

Dwight Clark helped the 49ers win two Super Bowls and was famous for "The Catch" in the 1982 NFC Championship Game against the Dallas Cowboys.


YPD arrests suspect accused of cornering 2 store workers

Reports said an armed robber Sunday evening chased two employees of the Oak Street Dollar General store to a locked room in the back of the store and then tried in vain to open the door.


Aide: EPA’s Pruitt sought used Trump hotel mattress

Aide: EPA’s Pruitt sought used Trump hotel mattress


Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz stepping down

Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz stepping down


Technology gains drive Nasdaq composite to an all-time high

Technology gains drive Nasdaq composite to an all-time high


Ex-TCI inmate pleads to dealing drugs while in prison

A former Trumbull Correctional Institution inmate has pleaded guilty to six drug-related charges and engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity for drug dealing at the prison from January to November 2015.


George H.W. Bush released from Maine hospital

George H.W. Bush released from Maine hospital


YSU art prof's work in Akron Art Museum exhibit

Dragana Crnjak, Youngstown State University associate art professor, is one of three Northeast Ohio artists whose work is featured in a contemporary exhibition titled “Frameworks” that continues through Sept. 9 at the Akron Art Museum on South High Street.


Lava from Hawaii volcano destroys 117 Big Island homes

Lava from Hawaii volcano destroys 117 Big Island homes


Tech, retailers power Monday stocks

How major US stock indexes fared Monday


Cordray on Ohio opioid crisis: Everyone's touched by this

Democrat running for governor focuses on Ohio opioid crisis


Gunshot victim dropped off at St. E's; YPD investigating

Police have been called to St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital after a man was dropped off there late this afternoon with a gunshot wound to the knee.


Judge denies bid to block release of 70-year-old child rapist

Judge denies bid to block release of convicted child rapist


Baby found dead off Florida coast has detectives puzzled

Baby found dead off Florida coast has detectives puzzled


Judge says N.J. cannot leave N.Y. at the waterfront

Judge blocks New Jersey’s bid to bolt waterfront commission


Iowa Democrats hope for return to relevance

Democratic hope primary heralds return to relevance in Iowa


3 bodies found in Massachusetts home identified

The three dead people found at the home of a kidnapping suspect were women, and two of them had been reported missing, authorities said on Monday.


UPDATE | Guatemala volcano death toll rises to 62

Guatemala volcano death toll rises to 62


Trump, Kim set to meet the morning of June 12 in Singapore

Trump, Kim set to meet the morning of June 12 in Singapore


Dollar store employees flee armed robber

Dollar store employees flee armed robber


Two Valley companies get first state pot licenses

Two Valley companies get first state pot licenses


Hall of Famer Joe Torre pushes for sports betting measures

Hall of Famer Joe Torre pushes for sports betting measures


Police say fired worker killed boss with hatchet and fled

Police say fired worker killed boss with hatchet and fled


Girard man will be arraigned in exposure incident

Girard man will be arraigned in exposure incident


Drugs suspected after man hits Boardman apartment building

Drugs suspected after man hits Boardman apartment building


Unauthorized pizza purchase delivers fraud charge

Unauthorized pizza purchase delivers fraud charge


Downtown's Realty Towers sold for $2M

Downtown's Realty Towers sold for $2M


FBI agent whose gun went off at nightclub tested for alcohol

FBI agent whose gun went off at nightclub tested for alcohol


Philly building collapse kills contractor today

Part of building collapses, killing 1 of 2 trapped workers


Behind Florida’s payments to victims: links to legislator's brother

Behind Florida’s payments to victims, links to lobbyists


Secretariat’s mighty ride jolted all of racing 45 years ago

Secretariat’s mighty ride jolted all of racing 45 years ago


Charges filed in wrong-way crash that killed 3

Charges filed in wrong-way crash that killed 3


Farmer's Market returns to city June 13

Farmer's Market returns to city June 13


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Vindy Poll | Should Miss Universe eliminate the swimsuit competition?

Should Miss Universe eliminate the swimsuit competition?


Lockup List Monday — Mahoning County jail bookings, releases

Mahoning County Sheriff's Activity


Warren PD probes how baby received life-threatening injuries

Warren PD probes how baby received life-threatening injuries


Jury selection underway in 2016 murder case

Jury selection underway in 2016 murder case


Motels, Romantics coming to Stambaugh

Motels, Romantics coming to Stambaugh


High court sides with Trump admin. in pregnant teen case

High court sides with Trump admin. in pregnant teen case


Detroit race delayed after GM executive crashes pace car

Detroit race delayed after GM executive crashes pace car


UPDATE | Justices side with baker on same-sex wedding cake

Justices side with Colorado baker on same-sex wedding cake


Agent files complaint over expired bulletproof vests

Agent files complaint over expired bulletproof vests


Gains for technology companies lead US stocks higher

Gains for technology companies lead US stocks higher


Trump says US farmers will be treated fairly in trade talks

Trump says US farmers will be treated fairly in trade talks


Trump says he has ’absolute right’ to pardon himself

Trump says he has ’absolute right’ to pardon himself


Man imprisoned in dismemberment case faces OVI charge

Man imprisoned in dismemberment case faces OVI charge


Struthers man gets 6 years for January armed robbery

Man gets 6 years for January armed robbery


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Valley Christian graduate rises above inner-city turmoil, enlists in Air Force

By Bob Jackson news@vindy.com AUSTINTOWN Randy Madison feels he has a lot to prove to


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Cavaliers are in a hole

The Warriors now lead the Finals 2-0


Alumnus donates $1M to YSU fund

Alumnus donates $1M to YSU fund YOUNGSTOWN Robert W. Reeder III, a 1981 Youngstown State


929 run in Valley’s ‘jewel’ of a race

By Greg Gulas sports@vindy.com BOARDMAN Youngstown Mayor Jamael “Tito” Brown served as


YOUNGSTOWN MARATHON | Sunday’s top finishers

MARATHON Erik Reed, East Liverpool, 2:45.04. Jonathan Bolha, Canfield, 2:56.35. Ross Henry,


Study: Many patients can skip chemotherpy

Associated Press CHICAGO Most women with the most-common form of early-stage breast cancer can


Threat of trade war escalates intensifies

Associated Press BEIJING China said Sunday it wouldn’t step up its purchases of American


Milestones abound

By SEAN BARRON news@vindy.com BOARDMAN For a few generations of the Ricciardi family,


Agenda Tuesday

Agenda Tuesday Niles City Council, 4:05 p.m., civil service commission, conference room A, city


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East Liverpool native wins Youngstown Marathon

Erik Reed shaved 4:39 off his 2017 Youngstown Marathon time.


Ohio reported some minor power outages, but had most electricity restored by 10:30 p.m.

Staff report YOUNGSTOWN A line of thunderstorms drenched the area with 11/2 to 13/4 inches of


Truex pulls away at Pocono

Ryan Blaney, who won the pole, finished sixth.


Officials: Girl used cellphone app to send school threat

Officials: Girl used cellphone app to send school threat HERMINIE, Pa. Authorities allege that a


SANDLOT ROUNDUP Class B results

18-U DuraEdge 1, Prospects 0 Jeremy Castro had the only hit and Dylan Hetrick scored the solo


Hunter-Reay ends winless streak in Detroit IndyCar race

It was Hunter-Reay’s 17th career IndyCar victory but his first since Pocono in 2015.


Jutanugarn recovers after late collapse at Shoal Creek

Ariya Jutanugarn lost a seven-shot lead on the back nine, but won on the fourth hole of a playoff.


Djokovic’s next foe was accused of match-fixing

Novak Djokovic will face a man he knows well, even if the rest of the world does not.


NEWSMAKERS

NEWSMAKERS ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ falls 65 percent in second weekend LOS ANGELES “Solo: A


Births

Births St. Elizabeth boardman hospital Brigette Grey and Justin Spack, Columbiana, June 2.


Man with knife shot, wounded by police in Berlin cathedral

Associated Press BERLIN Berlin police shot and wounded a 53-year-old Austrian man who yelled and


Fallon addresses graduating Parkland students

Associated Press SUNRISE, Fla. Graduating seniors at the Florida high school where a gunman


Shrine Club to host golf classic

Shrine Club to host golf classic SALEM The Youngstown Shrine Club will host its annual Arnold


Capitals’ pressure frusrating Knights

Of all the ways the Washington Capitals have tried to win in the playoffs, none has been as effective as this.


The top paid iPhone apps on App Store for the week ending May 27:

The top paid iPhone apps on App Store for the week ending May 27: vHeads Up!: Warner Bros.


COURTS

COURTS TRUMBULL COUNTY Marriage licenses Geoffry S. Weiss, 47, of Niles, and Judith A. Hall,


oddly enough

oddly enough Police praise Wisconsin students for prank that was an illusion CUMBERLAND, Wis.


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AUCTIONS Canfield Republican Women’s Club PAC will sponsor a quarter auction fundraiser Wednesday


MVSD explains high legal costs

MVSD explains high legal costs


Ohio collects $11M in marijuana fees

Associated Press COLUMBUS Ohio’s medical marijuana program will bring in about $11 million in


DeChambeau wins playoff at Muirfield Village

For the fourth straight year, Bryson DeChambeau leaves Ohio feeling like a winner.


Snowden leaks still trickling out

Official: Only about 1 percent of documents have been made public Associated Press WASHINGTON


No-hitter wasn’t in Cards for Wacha

Michael Wacha came close, again — this time against the Pirates.


Rosario’s third HR lifts Twins over Tribe

After suffering through a historic streak of walk-off losses, the Minnesota Twins were only too happy to reverse the trend.


YEARS AGO FOR JUNE 4

Today is Monday, June 4, the 155th day of 2018. There are 210 days left in the year. Associated


Mize, Singer among top prospects for MLB draft

Casey Mize has dazzled scouts for months with his impressive arsenal of pitches.


Giuliani: Trump couldn’t pardon himself

Associated Press WASHINGTON An attorney for President Donald Trump stressed Sunday that the


Trump’s attack on US allies doesn’t make a lot of sense

Editorial: Mahoning Valley Con- gressman Tim Ryan takes a backseat to no one when it comes to demanding fair


Clintons, liberal protection racket for sexual predators intertwined

Opinion: By Ann Coulter Andrews McMeel Syndication Harvey Weinstein’s recent perp walk reminds me of


Woman accused of making false rape allegations to be tried

Associated Press HARTFORD, Conn. A young woman accused of making up rape allegations against two


Tales that tug at your heart

Opinion: By Sam Pizzigati OtherWords Sylvia Bloom died in 2016, an unknown 96-year-old. Now the world


NE Ohio short on landscape workers

Associated Press AKRON Low unemployment rates, a cap on immigrant seasonal workers and


Students engage in Grilled Cheese War

Staff report BELOIT West Branch High School students recently participated in a Grilled Cheese


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