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Latest on flooding: Weekend rain likely for soggy Texas
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Once targeted by racists, housing worker now loses daughter
Fair-housing advocate Bonnie Jouhari and her daughter spent years on the run from white supremacists who had launched a vicious campaign of harassment and intimidation in southeastern Pennsylvania. Hopscotching from state to state, Jouhari was unable to return to the career she loved, and her teenage daughter, Dani, became deeply depressed. A judge handed them a civil judgment of more than $1.1 million, which they couldn't collect....
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Father, stepmother charged in death of malnourished girl
DETROIT (AP) -- Prosecutors on Friday accused a father and stepmother of intentional, persistent abuse and neglect of two young girls, one dead and the other fighting for her life in a Detroit hospital....
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Teen charged as an adult in school bus shooting
JACSKONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- A 16-year-old boy is being charged as an adult with two counts of second-degree attempted murder for shooting into a Jacksonville school bus and injuring two girls....
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Prosecutor: Man who killed trespasser sought confrontation
RENO, Nev. (AP) -- A Nevada prosecutor is urging jurors to convict a 74-year-old man of first-degree murder, saying he was seeking out a deadly confrontation when he shot two unarmed trespassers in a vacant duplex he owns....
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9 states back Utah ruling tossing federal prairie dog rules
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Nine states have stepped into a lawsuit over the Utah prairie dog to support a ruling that animal activists say threatens to undermine the Endangered Species Act....
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Feds: No evidence that black man's hanging was homicide
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- Investigators have found no evidence that the hanging death of a black man in Mississippi was a homicide, and the civil rights probe into the death has been closed, the Justice Department said Friday....
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Amazon ups Ohio jobs to 1,000, begins collecting sales taxes
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Amazon has announced a Midwest expansion in Ohio that will include 1,000 well-paying jobs over the next several years....
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White House vow to veto fishing law changes sparks fight
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) -- A White House pledge to veto proposed changes to federal fishing laws has divided fishermen over whether the rule changes should be saved or scrapped....
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Timeline of the California oil spill and response
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) -- On May 19, an underground pipeline on California's Central Coast leaked up to 101,000 gallons of crude oil. It fouled nearby beaches, and an estimated 21,000 gallons flowed into the ocean. It was the worst spill in the area since a platform blowout in 1969 spilled several million gallons and helped give rise to the modern environmental movement....
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5 pilots report encounters with lasers over NY, New Jersey
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) -- Five pilots have reported seeing green lasers while flying over New York and New Jersey....
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Father: Woman shot by sheriff told police it was an accident
ATLANTA (AP) -- The father of a woman who was shot and critically wounded by a suburban-Atlanta sheriff says his daughter told police the shooting was an accident....
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Cuba removed from US terror list
HAVANA (AP) -- The Obama administration on Friday formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist, a decision hailed in Cuba as the healing of a decades-old wound and an important step toward normalizing relations between the Cold War foes....
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Another round of rain brings more serious flooding in Texas
HOUSTON (AP) -- Floodwaters submerged highways and threatened homes Friday in Texas as another round of heavy rain added to the damage inflicted by storms that have killed at least 22 people and left 13 missing....
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Ohio State ex-band director denied access to trustee records
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Fired Ohio State University marching band director Jonathan Waters can't have broad access to trustees' records that he had argued might help prove his gender discrimination case, a federal judge ruled Friday....
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