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Photos on January 5, 2012

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Fred Pisani, manager of the Feline Historical Museum in Alliance, oversees a collection of art and pop-culture items involving cats.

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Ryan Clark sat down in Mike Tomlin’s office and did something a little out of character for the normally verbose Pittsburgh Steelers safety. He listened.

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Boardman’s Emily Gibbs (34) leaps past Ursuline’s Courtney Powell on the way to the hoop during the first quarter of Wednesday’s game at Boardman High School.

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YSU junior forward Damian Eargle said Saturday’s win over Cleveland State boosted the Penguins’ confidence and proved they can compete with anyone in the Horizon League.

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A woman walks down 34th Street carrying the fruits of her shopping expedition on the day after Christmas in New York. A flurry of post-Christmas bargain-shopping helped drive sales higher in the last week of December, according to a report Wednesday from a shopping-mall trade group.

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Franklin

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Rucker

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Saffold

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After plumbing problems closed the OH WOW! Roger and Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology on New Year’s Eve, repairs were made, and the center reopened Wednesday.

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President Barack Obama shakes hands with Richard Cordray in Shaker Heights, Ohio. In a defiant display of executive power, Obama on Wednesday bucked GOP opposition and appointed Cordray as the nation’s chief consumer watchdog.

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"THESE STATE LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT LINES SHOW A BLATANT DISREGARD FOR THE OHIO CONSTITUTION.” -- Sen. Capri Cafaro, Ohio Senate minority leader

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Susie Beiersdorfer, a part-time geology instructor at Youngstown State University and a member of Occupy Youngstown, spoke at Wednesday’s city council meeting about injection wells and earthquakes. Council President Jamael Tito Brown, left, listens.

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