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3/9/2016 10:20 PM
Air Force vet guilty of trying to join IS
NEW YORK — A U.S. Air Force veteran was convicted today of terrorism charges for attempting to join the Islamic State group and die a martyr, the first verdict from more than 70 cases the government has brought against Americans accused of trying to support the militant group.

3/9/2016 9:04 PM
Reward offered for man charged with murder
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the location or arrest of a man charged with murder in the death of a Paulding, Ohio, woman.

3/9/2016 8:57 PM
Man charged in Philly stabbing spree
PHILADELPHIA — A man has been charged in a stabbing rampage along a Philadelphia street in which police said he randomly attacked people at a cellphone store and inside a car and then killed a man at a mechanic shop.

3/9/2016 8:46 PM
Sailor killed at Pearl Harbor gets funeral
HONOLULU — A sailor killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor has been buried with full military honors nearly 75 years later.

3/9/2016 7:57 PM
Pro-gun activist shot by 4-year-old son
A Florida woman known for a strong pro-gun stance was shot, accidentally, by her 4-year-old son, authorities said.

3/9/2016 4:19 PM
Chipotle in Mass. closed on norovirus fears
NEW YORK — A Chipotle store in Massachusetts was closed Wednesday after the local health board said an employee there tested positive for norovirus.

3/9/2016 6:51 PM
Man tries to stick up cab with deputy behind him
READING, Pa. — A would-be robber in Pennsylvania had poor timing when he pulled a gun on his taxi driver with a sheriff’s deputy behind him, police say.

3/9/2016 6:39 PM
Skygazers catch flight to view total solar eclipse
ANCHORAGE — Skygazers from around the U.S. caught a flight from Alaska to Hawaii for prime viewing of a total solar eclipse that unfolded over parts of Indonesia and the Indian and Pacific oceans.

3/9/2016 6:20 PM
Maple syrup-makers say warm winter may hurt
PORTLAND, Maine — Maple producers say the warm winter has allowed them to tap trees early, but this year’s harvest could be down from last year.

3/9/2016 6:04 PM
Senators propose that airlines standardize fees
WASHINGTON — Key senators are proposing that the government standardize the way airlines disclose fees for basic services like checked bags and seat assignments so passengers can more easily comparison-shop fares.




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