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Annual pillow fight at West Point turns violent; 30 injured
WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) -- An annual pillow fight by freshmen cadets at the U.S. Military Academy turned bloody this year when cadets swung pillowcases packed with hard objects, injuring 30 cadets....
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Vast, stubborn California fire to rage through long weekend
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -- A vast and stubborn wildfire that has proven California's biggest this year was expect to spew smoke through the long Labor Day weekend, leaving some campgrounds empty and prompting health warnings....
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Arson was cause of Planned Parenthood fire in Washington
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -- A pre-dawn blaze that heavily damaged a Planned Parenthood clinic was arson, fire investigators in Washington state determined Friday....
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Bears spotted in and around Denver searching for food
DENVER (AP) -- When a helicopter circled her quiet suburban cul-de-sac early Friday, Carol Rose didn't think it was a manhunt or an air ambulance but instantly knew there must have been another bear sighting in the neighborhood....
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As crisis grips Europe, a look at how US takes in refugees
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Europe is struggling with a surge of refugees and immigrants that has resulted in countless deaths, including that of a 3-year-old Syrian who washed up on a beach in Turkey and has become a symbol of the crisis....
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Kite surfer blown onto road, hit by car, seriously hurt
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- A kite surfer at a San Francisco beach was caught in a huge gust of wind and dragged across a parking lot on to a highway, where he was hit by a car and critically injured, police said....
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Oregon judge refuses to perform same-sex marriages
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Marion County Judge Vance Day is being investigated by a judicial fitness commission in part over his refusal to perform same-sex marriages on religious grounds, a spokesman for the judge said Friday....
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Lawmakers back 'Yes means Yes' training for high schools
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Lawmakers on Friday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a "Yes means Yes" bill that backers said would make California the first to bring the sexual assault training to high schools....
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Rally held after Santa Clara County jail inmate's death
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) -- About 50 people marched Friday in protest at Santa Clara County Main Jail to demand inmates be protected from abuse after an inmate was beaten to death last week under the watch of three deputies now facing possible murder charges....
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Pastor believes Tahoe church vandalism based on Satanism
RENO, Nev. (AP) -- The minister of one of several churches hit by a string of vandalism on the north shore of Lake Tahoe says they appear to be satanic attacks by an individual who is "very angry with Jesus."...
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California man sentenced for eating roommate's rabbit
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A North Hollywood man who ate his ex-girlfriend's pet rabbit has been sentenced to community service and counseling....
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1 jailed, gunman still sought in Sacramento college shooting
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- One of the victims in the shooting of three students on a Sacramento college campus has been arrested, while authorities were still seeking the gunman who killed one and injured two....
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Texas officer who killed teen hired by police on 3rd try
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- A white police officer fired after he fatally shot a black college football player had applied twice to the Arlington Police Department before being hired on his third try, according to personnel records released by the department on Friday....
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Police testify for colleague accused of excessive force
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- Several colleagues of an Alabama police officer recorded slamming an Indian grandfather to the ground testified about the officer's training record Friday and said the move he used to take the man down was not taught by department officials....
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Judge: Injunction against water rule limited to 13 states
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- A federal judge in North Dakota said Friday that his injunction blocking a new Obama administration rule aimed at regulating some small waterways applies only to the 13 states that sued to block it, and not nationwide....
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