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A portion of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore has collapsed after a large boat collided with it early Tuesday morning.

Supreme Court hears arguments Tuesday in case that could restrict access to abortion medication

The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in its first abortion case since conservative justices overturned the constitutional right to an abortion two years ago.

Feds search Sean 'Diddy' Combs’ properties as part of sex trafficking probe, AP sources say

Two properties belonging to rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs’ in Los Angeles and Miami were searched by federal Homeland Security Investigations agents and other law enforcement as part of an ongoing sex trafficking investigation, two law enforcement officials told The Associated Press.

Vindicator, Tribune Chronicle to end Sunday delivery of printed newspapers

The Valley's two major newspapers will no longer offer delivery of Sunday morning editions.

Boardman family reports $83,000 worth of jewelry, art, cash taken during burglary

Detectives are trying to find out who crept into a home in a fashionable Boardman neighborhood and made off with more than $83,000 worth of jewelry, art, and other valuables.

Police investigating after statue vandalized near Butler Art Institute

Police say a white male wearing a grey hoodie and a backpack walked by the statue, took the spear and left towards downtown Youngstown.

Youngstown Police report shooting on Southside

Detectives are investigating a shooting on Youngstown’s Southside.

Discussion underway for new building combining Boardman Center and Glenwood Jr. High

Discussions are underway to replace Boardman Center and Glenwood Junior High schools with one, new building.

Liberty School Board names next vice president

Hans Kirr will take the spot that was left vacant by former board Vice President Christopher Brookbank.

Stretch of Raccoon Road closing this week

South Raccoon Road will close between Mission Hills and Shields Road beginning Tuesday, March 26.

Powerball jackpot $865 million as Mega Millions reaches $1.1 billion

As the Powerball jackpot surges to an estimated at $865 million, the big Mega Millions prize is valued at $.1.1 billion.

Meet the photographer behind TIME Magazine's published photos of East Palestine

Kiger started photographing East Palestine while freelancing for The Washington Post until TIME Magazine noticed her work last year.

Scrappers egg hunt moved to March 27 at Eastwood Field

Forecasted rain for the day has pushed the event to Wednesday, according to an alert from the Scrappers.

Keep the rain gear handy: Tracking wind + rain Tuesday

A healthy drink of water will soak the Valley Tuesday. Dry and seasonable air will sail us into spring break.