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  • This undated photo of Eric Frein was released Tuesday by Pennsylvania State Police. Frein, 31, had been sought in connection with September's killing of a state trooper and the critical wounding of another.

    Eric Frein, the suspect wanted in the shooting death of a state trooper and the wounding of another officer at a police barracks in northeastern Pennsylvania, is now in police custody, Pennsylvania State Police said on Thursday.

    His capture marks the end of a month-long, intensive manhunt in the Pocono Mountains.

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  • NEW YORK -- As the holiday shopping season is about to start, the National Retail Federation projects that sales will increase 4.1% over last year. Jack Kleinhenz, economist for the trade association, offers why he foresees the $616.9 billion retail sales increase. He...
     
  • NEW YORK -- As the holiday shopping season is about to start, the National Retail Federation projects that sales will increase 4.1% over last year. Jack Kleinhenz, economist for the trade association, offers why he foresees a retail sales increase of 4.1% to $616.9 billion...
     
  • BOARDMAN, Ohio -- Ivory & Birch, a new boutique featuring a wide array of merchandise from home goods to clothing and accessories, held its grand opening Wednesday. Located at 7631 Market St., the store features more than 100 brands and items including furnishings,...
     

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  • Warren Orchestra Takes Part in Don Juan Festival

    The Warren Philharmonic Orchestra will perform "The Stone Guest's Banquet" by Christophe Gluck as part of its annual concert series -- and as part of the Don Juan Festival. The orchestra concert takes place on November 9, at 3 p.m. at Christ Episcopal Church on Reeves Road in Warren.  "The Stone Guest's Banquet" is a ballet that follows the legend of Don Juan and his descent into hell after committing murder.  The concert is one of several festival events organized by Opera Western Reserve in the weeks leading up to the opera "Don Giovanni" on November 14 at Stambaugh Auditorium.

  • Intelligence Squared on WYSU

    Rethink your point of view with Intelligence Squared U.S., Oxford-style debates recorded in New York City.  Based on the highly successful British program, Intelligence Squared U.S. has presented nearly 100 debates on a range of provocative and timely topics.  Intelligence Squared U.S. brings together the world’s leading authorities on the day’s most important issues. Starting this fall, you can hear Intelligence Squared U.S. some Sundays at 6 p.m. on 88.5 WYSU.  

  • Vindicator named best in class at AP awards

    WYSU's print partner The Vindicator was named best in the state for newspapers with a daily circulation of 25,000 to 74,999 in this year’s Ohio Associated Press Media Editors competition.  In addition, The Vindicator won 13 first-place awards, the General Excellence award, and shared a first place in community service, breaking news coverage, and in explanatory reporting categories.