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Published 10 hours ago
Phoenix man arrested in 1992 Ohio murder
PHOENIX — Authorities say a Phoenix man has been arrested in connection with a 1992 murder case in Ohio.

Published 10 hours ago
N. Charleston to pay $6.5M settlement
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — A city in South Carolina has reached a $6.5 million settlement with the family of an unarmed black man shot to death earlier this year by a white city police officer.

Updated 10 hours ago
Pro-Biden group pulls ad after report
A group has pulled an ad urging Vice President Biden to run for president after a report that Biden objected to the spot.

Updated 12 hours ago
Man out at Bob Evans factory over Confederate flag
HILLSDALE, Mich. — A Bob Evans employee in Michigan is out of work after he declined to remove a large Confederate flag from his pickup truck in the parking lot.

Published 12 hours ago
Agents unearth $600,000 in backyard of armored truck driver
LOS ANGELES — FBI agents and police looking for a stash of cash stolen by armored car drivers more than a year ago struck pay dirt and unearthed more than $600,000 in buried booty outside Los Angeles.

Published 13 hours ago
Randy Quaid facing removal from Canada
MONTREAL — American actor Randy Quaid was ordered released today by Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board but still faces being sent back to the United States next week.

Published 13 hours ago
Mich. Senate OKs bill banning local dog breed rules
LANSING, Mich. — A bill progressing in the Legislature would ban Michigan municipalities from enforcing regulations based solely on a dog’s breed, such as being a pit bull.

Updated 13 hours ago
Boehner asks Ryan to run for House speaker
WASHINGTON - U.S. House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner today asked Representative Paul Ryan, the Republican party's 2012 vice presidential nominee, to run to succeed him in the top House job, the Washington Post reported today.

Published 13 hours ago
NYC to offer low-cost healthcare to uninsured immigrants
NEW YORK - New York will become one of the first major U.S. cities to expand low-cost healthcare to uninsured immigrants regardless of their legal status under a pilot program to launch next spring, Mayor Bill de Blasio said today.

Published 14 hours ago
Ex-narcotics detectives charged in scheme
CLEVELAND — Three former narcotics detectives in the Cleveland suburbs face federal conspiracy charges in what authorities say was a scheme to steal thousands of dollars from suspected drug dealers.

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