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  • Witness: More Oklahoma bombing videos may exist
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A police officer who was at the scene of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing said Wednesday during a Utah trial that he saw surveillance cameras at the federal building that may have recorded the attack.
  • 3 people killed, 3 deputies wounded in NC shootout
    FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — A domestic dispute erupted into a gun battle with deputies Wednesday at a North Carolina mobile home park, leaving three people dead and three officers wounded, officials said.
  • U.S. Peace Corps says withdrawing volunteers due to Ebola virus
    The U.S. Peace Corps said on Wednesday it was withdrawing 340 volunteers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea due to the spreading Ebola virus across West Africa. "The Peace Corps today announced that it is temporarily removing its volunteers from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea due to the increasing spread of the Ebola virus," the group said in a statement. The Peace Corps currently has 102 volunteers in Guinea, 108 in Liberia and 130 in Sierra Leone.
  • Third University of New Mexico football player suspended
    By Joseph Kolb ALBUQUERQUE N.M. (Reuters) - The head football coach at the University of New Mexico has suspended a third team member in as many months after the player was arrested this week on charges of breaking into a former girlfriend's apartment, a school spokesman said on Wednesday. Starting lineman Jamal Price, 21, was charged on Monday with breaking and entering, according to a criminal complaint. UNM head football coach Bob Davie announced his indefinite suspension on Tuesday, and said he was disappointed he had to address another legal incident involving his players. "We need to concentrate on the... [read full article]
  • Police union claims in stop-and-frisk are rejected
    NEW YORK (AP) — Police unions lost their bid Wednesday to challenge a ruling concluding that New York City's stop-and-frisk tactics are sometimes discriminatory, moving the city a step closer toward changing the program, which has drawn criticism for its effect on minorities but won praise for its role in reducing crime.
  • Ohio: 2nd fine levied against prison food vendor
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio prisons director says the state has levied a second fine against the private vendor that took over the job of feeding inmates last year.
  • Police arrest mom, say son, 7, went to park alone
    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida woman who let her 7-year-old son walk alone to a park has been charged with felony child neglect.
  • 2 women survive ordeal along Indiana rail bridge
    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — A video camera captured the terrifying plight of two women as a freight train bore down on them as they walked along an 80-foot-high railroad bridge in Indiana.
  • Judge orders evidence preserved in Skakel case
    STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut judge ordered prosecutors to preserve all evidence as Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel awaits a new trial in his murder case.
  • Judge tosses lawsuit over federal refuge closures
    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A federal judge in Alaska has dismissed the state's lawsuit over the closure of national wildlife refuges during the partial federal government shutdown last year.