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Apr 25 2017

Prosecutors open probe of Wisconsin inmate's dehydration death: media

Prosecutors in Wisconsin have begun investigating the 2016 death of a mentally ill man who died of dehydration in a Milwaukee-area jail run by conservative Sheriff David Clarke, local media reported.

Apr 24 2017

Two Bundy supporters convicted in Nevada, mistrial called on others

A Nevada jury found two supporters of cattle rancher Cliven Bundy guilty on Monday of charges stemming from an armed standoff with federal authorities in 2014 but deadlocked over charges against four other men.

Apr 24 2017

Two Bundy supporters convicted in Nevada -attorney

April 24 A Nevada jury found two supporters of cattle rancher Cliven Bundy guilty on Monday of charges stemming from an armed standoff with federal authorities in 2014, an attorney for one of four other defendants in the case said.

Apr 21 2017

Accused Fresno gunman’s arraignment delayed after courtroom outburst

A man accused of murdering a motel security guard and gunning down three white men in a racially motivated Fresno, California shooting spree was ordered to undergo a psychiatric exam on Friday after entering a courtroom yelling "let black people go!"

Apr 20 2017

First U.S. drive-through marijuana store to open in Colorado

The first U.S. drive-through marijuana dispensary is set to open on Thursday in a small town in Colorado, a state that has been at the forefront of pot legalization.

Apr 20 2017

First U.S. drive-through marijuana store to open in Colorado

The first U.S. drive-through marijuana dispensary is set to open on Thursday in a small town in Colorado, a state that has been at the forefront of pot legalization.

Apr 19 2017

Large asteroid to pass close to Earth on Wednesday: NASA

An asteroid more than a quarter mile (400 meters) wide will pass close to Earth on Wednesday, zooming by at a distance of just over a million miles (1.8 million km), but with no chance of impact, according to NASA scientists.

Apr 18 2017

Rising seas could push some U.S. migration to areas far from coast: study

SEATTLE Rising sea levels caused by climate change may drive U.S. coastal residents to areas far from the seaboard, not just to adjacent inland regions, according to a study published online in the journal Nature Climate Change.

Apr 17 2017

Suspect in Washington state mall shootings found dead in cell

SEATTLE The gunman accused of killing five people during a shooting rampage last year inside a Washington state shopping mall has been found dead in his jail cell, a local official said on Monday.

Apr 12 2017

Seattle 'duck boat' reported problems days before crash: lawyer

SEATTLE One of the drivers of an amphibious "duck boat" that collided with a bus in Seattle in 2015, killing five international students, told mechanics days earlier there was something wrong with the craft, a plaintiff's attorney said on Wednesday.

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