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Controlled Explosion Sends Milton-Madison Bridge Into River

A 700-foot section of the Old Milton-Madison Bridge was sent to the Ohio River below Tuesday. Full story

Why the East Coast Is Baking

The U.S. East Coast is sweating through a lingering heat wave this week. The sweltering heat and humidity have combined to keep temperatures hot even at night. But relief may finally be in sight. Full story

Heat dome lingers over US

   Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore explains the heat gripping the Northeast, Ohio Valley and Great Lakes will not last into the weekend as cooler air begins to march in.

Snow, rain moving east

   Weather Channel’s Todd Santos joins Lester Holt with more on the approaching winter storm.

Why the Steubenville verdict is just the beginning

This isn’t a football issue. It's not a small town issue. It's not a social media issue. It's an American issue that in 2013 we still live in a country where too many tolerate blaming the rape victim and calling her a whore. Full story

Snowstorm slams road, air travel in Midwest

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) - A late winter storm dumped heavy snow on the midwestern United States on Tuesday, contributing to numerous highway crashes and flight cancellations as it moved east toward the Ohio Valley and the mid-Atlantic states. Full story

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Snowstorm disrupts travel in upper Midwest

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  Snow storm heads east

The snow flying in the Ohio Valley is moving into Philadelphia, New York and Boston, with three to six inches of snow expected in NYC. The Weather Channel’s Chris Warren reports.

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