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    As Oil Prices Drop And Money Dries Up, Is The U.S. Shale Boom Going Bust?

    The shale oil boom that catapulted the U.S. into the world's largest oil producer may be going bust. As oil prices drop amid weakening demand, bankruptcies and layoffs are up and drilling is down, signs of a crisis that's quietly roiling the industry.

    Some of the most successful companies in the oil business are household names — think Exxon Mobil or Chevron. But the boom in shale drilling has been driven by smaller, independent operators. These companies have pushed the limits of drilling technology and taken big risks on unproven oil fields.

  • Get Caught Up: Key Takeaways From Tuesday's Impeachment Hearing

    As House Ukraine hearings opened their second week Tuesday, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said there won't be enough votes to remove President Trump in the Senate if Democrats trigger an impeachment trial. The Kentucky Republican told reporters he would convene a Senate trial as...
  • Democratic Debate: What You Need To Know About Wednesday's Face-Off

    Amid a slew of public impeachment hearings, Democratic presidential candidates are gathering in Atlanta to debate once again. This round also comes less than three months before the first primaries and caucuses. Ten candidates made the cut, down from a record of 12 in October's...

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  • POLAND, Ohio — Celine Ciarniello Meek couldn’t wait to leave the area once she graduated from Poland Seminary High School. She headed to Washington, D.C., went to culinary school, worked in a restaurant and eventually became a legal assistant in an office near the White House. Kevin Meek graduated...
  • YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The city Board of Zoning Appeals and City Planning Commission will take up several requests next month for variances and zoning changes it took testimony on Tuesday afternoon.  Lacking a quorum to take any action at its scheduled meeting, the three members of the seven-member...
  • Week Of November 11, 2019Daniel Alvarez J/S Preston Walley to Shangri La Clt LLC, 5050 Smith Steward Road, Girard, OH 44420, $280,000. Timothy E Gardner to John R Whitman III, 8369 Drake State Line Road, Burghill, OH 44404, $225,000. Daniel A Lamont to Donna Oblinsky Tatina K Wilson, 1905 Lyntz...

Composer's Datebook

  • Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 was first heard on this day in Budapest in 1889, with the 29-year-old composer conducting.

  • The modern Hungarian city we know as Budapest is really three older settlements merged into one: Buda, on the west bank of the Danube, was the royal seat of the medieval Hungarian kings; Obuda, just to the north, was an ancient Roman provincial capital; and Pest, is a newer city situated

  • Today’s date marks the official birthday of a quintessential American form of 20th century music—for cartoons.

Doing Good

  • Gina talked with Nicole Tsarnas, President of Mina's Foster Closet.
  • Gina talked with Bridget Lackey, Health Educator at Humility of Mary Health.
  • Gina talked with Alicia Williamson, Director of Domestic Violence and Visitation Services for "Someplace Safe".
  • Gina talked with Emily Martinez, Director of Community Services at the Mahoning County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
  • Gina talked with Cheryl Tarantino of Northeast Ohio Adoption Services.
  • Gina talked with Cindy Orseline about suicide awareness walk.