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Published 14 minutes ago
Skeleton found in hills above Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES — Coroner's office investigators today recovered skeletal human remains found in the Hollywood Hills above Los Angeles, but said it was too early to tell the age or gender of the body or say how it came to be there.

Published 29 minutes ago
Teen with heart transplant dies in crash
ATLANTA — Police records show an Atlanta area teenager who said a heart transplant gave him a second chance died when he lost control of a stolen car while fleeing police.

Published 1 hour ago
Toledo Planned Parenthood broken into overnight
A Central Toledo Planned Parenthood was broken into overnight.

Published 1 hour ago
Put-in-Bay appoints interim police chief
PUT-IN-BAY, Ohio – Put-in-Bay Mayor Ruth Scarpelli today announced the appointment of an interim police chief to, at least temporarily, replace the island's scandal-embroiled chief.

Updated 1 hour ago
Too much iced tea caused man's kidney failure
NEW YORK — Doctors traced an Arkansas man’s kidney failure to an unusual cause — his habit of drinking a gallon of iced tea each day.

Updated 1 hour ago
Detroit mother charged with murder
DETROIT — A Detroit mother has been charged with torturing and murdering two of her children found last month in a freezer in her apartment, prosecutors said today.

Published 2 hours ago
Price of crude oil soars
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks are closing modestly lower, continuing a downward trajectory from the day before.

Published 2 hours ago
Syrian rebels seize Jordan crossing
BEIRUT — Syrian rebels seized a border crossing with Jordan from government forces today, the leader of one of the rebel groups and a security source on the government's side said, the first time Damascus has lost it since the start of the conflict.

Published 3 hours ago
Accident backs up WB I-475 after I-75 split
Traffic is backed up today on westbound I-475 near the I-75 split after an accident involving a tractor-trailer rig and two cars.

Published 3 hours ago
Mexican oil rig burns off coast
MEXICO CITY — A fire erupted today at an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico, killing four workers, injuring 16 and forcing the evacuation of 300, Mexico’s state-owned oil company said.




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