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Published 14 minutes ago
Astronaut, 6th man on moon dies
MIAMI — Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man to walk on the moon, has died in South Florida. He was 85.

Updated 33 minutes ago
6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes southern Taiwan
TAIPEI, Taiwan — A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck southern Taiwan early Saturday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

Updated 51 minutes ago
$210,000 of heroin, cocaine found in Toledo
A California man was arrested after law enforcement officers found more than $210,000 of heroin and cocaine in a Toledo storage unit, authorities said.

Published 52 minutes ago
Man accused of forcing soldier into prostitution
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — A North Carolina man has been arrested on charges that he forced a 19-year-old female Fort Bragg soldier into prostitution.

Published 58 minutes ago
Man crashes drone into Empire State Building
WASHINGTON — A man was taken into custody by New York police Thursday night after allegedly flying a drone into the Empire State Building. The drone hit the 102-story skyscraper at the 40th floor, according to WABC TV, and fell to a ledge on the 35th floor.

Updated 1 hour ago
Dexter E. Bailey (1941-2016): Immigrant led union local, opened Jamaican restaurant
Corrected version: Story updated on Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 at 4:00 p.m. to correct the name of Mr. Bailey’s son.

Published 1 hour ago
France: Turkey must fight trafficking groups
BERLIN — The Latest on the influx of migrants into Europe (all times local):

Published 2 hours ago
CDC: Men who were in Zika areas should use condoms
NEW YORK — U.S. health officials issued guidelines today to prevent the sexual transmission of the Zika virus, telling men who have been to outbreak areas to use condoms during sex with pregnant women.

Updated 2 hours ago
NB I-75 near Dunbridge reopens
DUNBRIDGE, Ohio — Both lanes of northbound I-75 near this Wood County community have reopened after being closed earlier today because of a a multi-vehicle crash, authorities said.  

Updated 2 hours ago
Report: Office should have noticed 'something rotten'
COLUMBUS — An investigation commissioned by Ohio’s current treasurer determined that the office of his predecessor should have recognized signs “something was rotten” as a deputy engaged in a kickback scheme for state business.




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