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Madison Tromler speaks with economist Omid Bagheri from Kent State University about the President's move to open up the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Will this actually lower gas prices? By how much? And for how long? 
In this 21 News podcast, Dr. Deirdre Adduci says in her 35 years of being a therapist topics of today are the most polarizing she has experienced in counseling. 
In this edition of the 21 News Podcast, managing editor Justin Mitchell speaks with Jared Bernstein, one of President Joe Biden's top economic advisers, about the Build Back Better plan just passed by the U.S. House.  Bernstein talks about the
Andrew DiPaolo speaks one on one with Jim  Boscov, President of Boscov's, about how the first few months have gone at the Eastwood Mall. Amid supply chain woes plaguing shoppers this holiday season, Boscov explains their unique business model a
In this 21 News Podcast, Malaynia Spiva sits down with Director of Development at Second Harvest Food Bank Renee Fuller.
In this 21 News podcast, Social Media Coordinator Danielle Cotterman sits down with OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children's Center for Science & Technology's new Executive Director, Marvin Logan Jr.  Hear about the direction the popular chi
Congressman Tim Ryan called it a "blockbuster."  Now that the deal between Foxconn and Lordstown Motors has officially been inked, is this really as good a deal for the Valley as he and others hope? Madison Tromler speaks with CNBC auto analyst
In this episode of the 21 News Podcast, Vic Russell of Apprisen Financial Advocates talks with Matt Stone about how to navigate the challenges of the holiday season amid higher prices and uncertain availability of many items. 
In this addition of the 21 News Podcast, Madison Tromler spoke with Nuria Fernandez, Administrator of the Federal Transit Administration at the Department of Transportation. Fernandez weighs in on the recently passed $1.2-trillion bipartisan in
As 21 WFMJ and the Second Harvest Foodbank kick off the fifteenth year of the Feed Our Valley campaign, executive director Mike Iberis speaks with Derek Steyer about the continuing need. Iberis talks about how, even as the heights of the pandem
Ohio is poised to receive millions in settlement money from lawsuits filed in the wake of the opioid epidemic that has ravaged communities for years.  In this episode, Matt Stone speaks with Dennis Cauchon of Harm Reduction Ohio who says for th
In this edition of the 21 News Podcast, Dr. Chris Liebig talks about his role as the new medical director at Akron Children's Hospital Mahoning Valley.  Liebig talks about the challenges facing childrens' health, both everywhere and those that
In this edition of the 21 News Podcast,  Zach Montellaro of Politico talks about concerns over election integrity and how they impact races from the national level on down to local elections. Speaking from a rally in Virginia, where a hotly con
In this edition of the 21 News podcast, Andrew DiPaolo speaks with Dr. William Sawaya of Bowling Green University about how long we can expect supply chain disruptions to affect our daily lives. 
In this 21 News Podcast, Anchor Derek Steyer sits down with famed coach Ken Carter, who is an education activist known for placing academics on par with athletics and prioritizing good values to his players.   
In today's 21 News podcast,  Social Media Coordinator Danielle Cotterman speaks with  Deputy Director at Healthy Eating Research  Megan Lott about the challenges of getting children to make healthy choices and the best way to approach the issue
There's a light over at the Frankenstein place this weekend in Youngstown. Or at least at the B&O, because that's where the Millennial Theatre Company will be presenting their take on the iconic, campy, rock and roll classic, "The Rocky Horror
In this edition of the 21 News podcast, Lindsay McCoy speaks with Jay Wilhelm from Ohio University about the future of 5G and what it will mean for you.  What will it take to get up and running and how can places like Youngstown play a role in
Matt Stone speaks with WRTA executive director Dean Harris about the bus service's 50 year anniversary in the Valley. Harris talks about how public transportation plays a key role in the fabric of a community, as well as what the future holds f
The three candidates appearing on the ballot for Youngstown mayor, Democratic incumbent Jamael Tito Brown, Republican Tracey Winbush and Independent Richard Vincent Hill, take part in a no-holds-barred, spirited debate over the future leadershi
In the latest edition of our series of interviews with the candidates running for the Senate seat currently held by Rob Portman, 21 News managing editor Justin Mitchell speaks with Ohio state Senator Matt Dolan. Dolan talks about what he believ
Managing editor Justin Mitchell speaks to Dr. Ron Dwinnells about his new book on leadership. Dwinnells talks about how the most valuable lessons in life, from the professional realm to your personal life, come from the mistakes we make. 
Sydney Canty speaks with Attorney Justin Markota about the rise in fake vaccination cards and how using one can get you in a lot more trouble than you may realize. 
Madison Tromler speaks with labor attorney Ira Mirkin about the vaccine mandate announced by President Joe Biden.  Mirkin explains what authority the federal government has to impose such a rule and what challenges it would need to withstand to
In the latest edition of the 21 News Podcast, we continue our series of conversations with the candidates who hope to win the Senate seat currently held by Rob Portman. Congressman Tim Ryan talks about where he thinks the national Democratic pa
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