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Hearse, body stolen in Atlanta
ATLANTA (AP) — A man accused of snatching a funeral home employee’s car keys, stealing a hearse with a body inside and later carjacking an SUV, has been arrested, Atlanta police said Monday.

Published 2 hours ago
Bomb explodes near military hospital in Yemen capital
SANAA, Yemen — A car bomb exploded behind a military hospital in the Yemeni capital on Monday, causing dozens of casualties including civilians, security officials said.

Published 3 hours ago
City received about 650 complaint calls after storm
The city government is working its way through more than 650 complaints, most for flooded basements, that poured into municipal help lines after heavy rains Saturday, Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson said today.

Updated 3 hours ago
High water closes area roads in Ohio, Mich.
Updated as of 4:00 p.m.

Published 4 hours ago
Humane society offering adoption specials
The Toledo Area Humane Society is offering adoption specials this week as it prepares to move to its new shelter.

Published 4 hours ago
County issues advisory on drinking private well water
The Toledo-Lucas County Health Department is cautioning those with private drinking wells today that some in the area have been affected by flood waters that may have reached or was higher than the well’s cap.

Published 4 hours ago
S.C. church holds last funeral for shooting victims
CHARLESTON, S.C. — A woman who earned her preacher’s license the day she was killed at a South Carolina church along with eight others has been honored in the last victim’s funeral at the scene of the shooting.

Updated 4 hours ago
Court upholds Ariz. congressional maps
COLUMBUS — A U.S. Supreme Court ruling today upholding Arizona’s voter-approved use of an outside commission to redraw congressional districts every decade could clear the path for Ohio to pursue something similar.

Published 4 hours ago
Obama signs trade, worker assistance bills
WASHINGTON — In a rare bipartisan scene at the White House, President Barack Obama on Monday signed into law two hard-fought bills giving him greater authority to negotiate international trade deals and providing aid to workers whose jobs are displaced by such pacts.

Published 5 hours ago
New York formalizes ban on fracking
ALBANY, N.Y. — New York has formalized its ban on high-volume hydraulic fracturing for natural gas after a seven-year environmental and health review.

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