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Updated 20 hours ago
Brothers survive 2 avalanches in Colorado
OPHIR, Colo. — Two brothers survived two massive avalanches while skiing in Colorado’s backcountry even though both feared the other was dead.

Updated 20 hours ago
Toledo Zoo lights compete for best in U.S.
The annual holiday light show at the Toledo Zoo is currently ranked the second among the best U.S. zoo light exhibits as voted by the public on the USA Today’s tenbest.com website.

Updated 21 hours ago
Hollande calls for broad anti-ISIS coalition
MOSCOW — French President Francois Hollande called for forming a broad international coalition against the Islamic State group, using his visit to Moscow today to try to unite France, the U.S. and Russia on a response to the Paris attacks that killed 130 people.

Updated 22 hours ago
Coroner: OSU student died of broken neck
COLUMBUS — The Ohio State University student who was found underwater after jumping into Mirror Lake early on Wednesday died of a broken neck, the Franklin County coroner has ruled.

Published 22 hours ago
Cameron: U.K. must attack ISIS in Syria
LONDON — British Prime Minister David Cameron tried to persuade reluctant lawmakers to back airstrikes on the Islamic State group in Syria, saying today that the Paris attacks have given the fight new urgency and Britain owes it to key allies to act.

Updated 22 hours ago
Wealthy, homeless to break bread in Manhattan
NEW YORK  — Some Manhattan residents will leave luxury dwellings behind to dine shoulder to shoulder with the homeless on Friday in a holiday event that seemed like an experiment when it was first held last year.

Updated 22 hours ago
Mich. woman ‘thankful to be alive’
From the beginning, Traci Muszynski believed one thing: Today I can do anything.

11/26/2015 10:04 AM
N.C. troopers on food stamps amid pay fight
RALEIGH, N.C. — State troopers suing North Carolina for millions of dollars in back pay say the state’s broken promises have forced them into tough spots. It’s not unusual for a trooper to have a second job and some are even on food stamps.

11/26/2015 9:32 AM
Spectators pack Detroit for parade
DETROIT  — Tens of thousands of people are expected to line Woodward Avenue in Detroit for the annual America’s Thanksgiving Parade.

11/26/2015 9:29 AM
Ohioan accused of stealing $940K in benefits
CLEVELAND — The attorney general’s office says a Cleveland-area woman accused of stealing more than $940,000 in public pension and Social Security benefits over more than two decades has been indicted on felony charges.

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