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Wed. 8:40 a.m.: Youngstown man to be arraigned in Warren murder

WARREN — The man who was died from injuries suffered Sunday at a Milton Street SE address had apparent broken bones, a severe laceration, possible internal and other major injuries, according to a Warren police report. Meanwhile, the person arrested for his murder was to be arraigned this ...

Wed. 8:44 a.m.: Biden speech takeaways: More conciliation than conflict

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State of the Union address tends to have a ritual rhythm. Grand entrance. Applause. Platitudes. Policies. Appeals for Unity, real or imagined. President Joe Biden checked those boxes, and a few more, during his speech to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday night. In ...

Wed. 8:55 a.m.: Hope fading as deaths in Turkey, Syria quake pass 11,000

GAZIANTEP, Turkey (AP) — With hope fading to find survivors, stretched rescue teams toiled today in Turkey and Syria, searching for signs of life in the rubble of thousands of buildings toppled by a catastrophic earthquake. The death toll passed 11,000 in the deadliest quake worldwide in more ...

Wed. 8:51 a.m.: LeBron James makes NBA history on a star-filled night in LA

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bronny James stepped over to his dad's locker and played the phone video he had taken of Tuesday night's biggest moment. The NBA's new scoring king tipped his head back in a rich, full-throated laugh when the audio revealed Bronny had anticipated that the historic basket ...

Wed. 8:47 a.m.: Zelenskyy addresses UK lawmakers, rare trip outside Ukraine

LONDON (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanked the British people today for their support since "Day One" of Russia's invasion, as he addressed U.K. lawmakers during a rare trip outside his country to seek more support. "I have come here and stand before you on behalf of the ...

Residents remain evacuated after chemical release from train

EAST PALESTINE (AP) — Air monitoring hasn't detected dangerous levels of fumes in communities where crews released and burned toxic chemicals from a derailed train, but Ohio and Pennsylvania residents living close to the wreckage still aren't being allowed in their homes, authorities said ...