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Samsung previews Galaxy Fold Associated Press LONDON When Samsung said this year it would
New facility opens CORTLAND Village Quality Solutions, a quality assurance and auditing company
Associated Press WASHINGTON Twenty years after the Columbine High School shooting made
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Tens of thousands of lawsuits have been filed against manufacturers Associated Press WASHINGTON
FBI looks for woman who made threats Associated Press LITTLETON, Colo. Authorities said
One key activist wasn’t present when Republican Gov. Mike DeWine signed Ohio’s stringent heartbeat abortion ban
Ohio lawmakers considering public input on proposed school-funding changes are hearing from interested parties who say it’s a solid start to the discussion but want more
Kristen Trumbull and her fiance, Justin Bishop, got a call last summer from Trumbull County Children Services about little twin girls, 6 months old, who had been taken from their mother and father because of abuse.
Warmer weather likely will bring striped orange barrels and cadres of reflective-vested road workers to a roadway near you.
Industrial production fell in March, pulled down by a drop in mining output.
Two women charged in separate child-endangering incidents Sunday in Warren
As of Monday night, there were 610 Mahoning County residents without power. Youngstown was hit hardest, with 300 reported power outages. Canfield Township had 146 residents still in the dark.
Council is expected to reject a report recommending raises for its police patrol union
Six people in four vehicles were involved in Thursday’s fatal Warren crash
The Dominic Marchionda-owned Flats at Wick LLC has failed to keep up on payments toward the property’s $5.5 million loan, new court filings show.
Couple charged with 2017 shooting death on Oneta Street
Both suspects had 9mm handguns, police said
Warren Novelis plant celebrates completion of $4.5 million investment
The plan would discontinue recycling drop-off services in several incorporated municipalities where the proposed curbside recycling carts would duplicate services.