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Pet food maker Stella & Chewy's recalls some products
NEW YORK (AP) -- Pet food maker Stella & Chewy's is recalling some of its products because a routine test found Listeria in a sample of its chicken freeze-dried dinner patties for dogs....
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Black bear relocated after wandering Hartford neighborhood
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- A young black bear that spent some time in a Hartford neighborhood has been safely tranquilized and relocated by state environmental officers....
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State must fix hundreds of fish-blocking culverts
SEATTLE (AP) -- Washington state is under a federal court order to fix hundreds of barriers built under state roads and highways that block access for migrating salmon and thus interfere with Washington tribes' treaty-backed right to catch fish....
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Infant found on the side of the road in Pasadena
PASADENA, Md. (AP) -- A woman claiming to be the mother of an infant discovered in a car seat carrier on the side of the road in Maryland has contacted authorities....
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Trial to examine retaliation charge against Arizona sheriff
PHOENIX (AP) -- The sheriff of metro Phoenix has long been known for jailing inmates in tents and pink underwear and cracking down on illegal immigration. But an upcoming trial will force Sheriff Joe Arpaio to answer for a pattern of behavior that his critics have long found deeply troubling....
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Boater charged after 17-year-old killed on Lake Norman
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (AP) -- Authorities say a man has been arrested after the boat he was driving ran over and killed a 17-year-old girl on a kneeboard in Lake Norman....
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Haley says church shooting will forever change her outlook
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- For five years, Gov. Nikki Haley, South Carolina's first minority governor, dismissed calls to remove the Confederate battle flag from the Statehouse lawn as a divisive issue far from her agenda....
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Austin police kill man suspected of slaying 1 in hotel lobby
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- A man with a rifle who gunned down another person early Sunday in the lobby of a posh downtown Austin hotel was then shot and killed by officers, police said....
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Boy, 7, killed during violent July 4 celebrations in Chicago
CHICAGO (AP) -- Authorities say a 7-year-old boy who was celebrating the Fourth of July with his family was among three people who were shot and killed overnight in Chicago....
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Some Hamptons villages seek limits on new construction
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) -- Mansions are as synonymous with the Hamptons as cocktail parties, manicured lawns and white sandy beaches....
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To rename or not? Institutions reconsider honors for racists
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- The massacre at a predominantly black South Carolina church has institutions from Alaska to Connecticut evaluating whether they should continue enshrining the names of historical figures linked to slavery and the Confederacy....
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Wild Walk gives NY museum visitors treetop view of forest
TUPPER LAKE, N.Y. (AP) -- While most boardwalks skirt beaches or traverse bogs and marshlands, a new wooden walkway in the Adirondacks takes nature lovers on a tour of the treetops to let them experience the forest from the perspective of the birds and beasts that live there....
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Woman struck by bullet while at Pennsylvania amusement park
WEST MIFFLIN, Pa. (AP) -- Police believe a shot that injured a woman at a suburban Pittsburgh amusement park came from outside the park, perhaps from someone nearby celebrating the Fourth of July....
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For escapee, prison now will mean 23 hours a day in a cell
ROMULUS, N.Y. (AP) -- The surviving escapee from a prison break and three-week manhunt will spend 23 hours a day in a maximum-security cell, much more confined than he and a fellow murder convict were in the prison from which they managed a getaway, officials said Sunday....
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Highlights: Californians paying more for water in drought
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Some California residents are finding themselves in an ironic bind where they have to pay more while using less water in the drought. That's because water agencies are losing revenue under strict conservation regimes, but still have to pay for staff, maintaining pipelines and other fixed costs....
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