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Confused about mix-and-match COVID vaccine boosters? Here’s what you need to know

Confused about mix-and-match COVID vaccine boosters? Here’s what you need to know

A CDC advisory panel voted Thursday in support of recommending mixing-and-matching COVID-19 vaccine boosters.
Mill Creek roads, areas to be closed Sunday for Youngstown Marathon

Mill Creek roads, areas to be closed Sunday for Youngstown Marathon

The closures will be from about 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
BUSINESS UPDATES | United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley partners with Howlett Restaurant Group

BUSINESS UPDATES | United Way of Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley partners with Howlett Restaurant Group

Also among today's business updates: Boak & Sons; Glaciers Sports Inc.; Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley; and Akron Children’s Hospital.
BREAKING | Ohio reports 4,078 new COVID-19 cases

BREAKING | Ohio reports 4,078 new COVID-19 cases

The state has 350 new coronavirus deaths since Tuesday.
How can prop guns be deadly? What to know after fatal shooting on Alec Baldwin movie set

How can prop guns be deadly? What to know after fatal shooting on Alec Baldwin movie set

Halyna Hutchins is one of several people in the film world who have been killed by prop guns.
Ohio added 9,900 jobs in September

Ohio added 9,900 jobs in September

The state's unemployment rate is stuck at 5.4 percent.
Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday

Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday

The DEA is working with local law enforcement agencies.
Debate over Wright brothers flight reignites after Ohio’s license plate mistake

Debate over Wright brothers flight reignites after Ohio’s license plate mistake

“Let’s talk about which state Kitty Hawk is in.”
Your Morning Matters: And now a word about Vienna ...

Your Morning Matters: And now a word about Vienna ...

When Brandon Droney was told to pack his bags for a deployment to Afghanistan to help end America’s longest war, he had no idea what was ahead.
Gas prices will keep rising, experts say, as demand hits highest level since August

Gas prices will keep rising, experts say, as demand hits highest level since August

Motorists are spending $488 million more per day on gas than they were this time last year, a gas analyst said.
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