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Lawsuit: Western sheep operators colluded against workers
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- Two former shepherds from Peru are accusing key players in the sheep industry in the western U.S. of conspiring to keep wages low for foreign workers....
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Indian man injured by police testifies against officer
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) -- An Indian man left partially paralyzed when he was slammed to the ground during a police stop in Alabama testified Wednesday that he'd been in the state only about a week when he was confronted by officers investigating a call about a suspicious person....
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Illinois city, creator of Twitter parody account settle suit
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) -- The central Illinois city of Peoria tentatively agreed Wednesday to pay $125,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by a man whose home was raided by police over a Twitter account he created depicting the mayor as a lewd fan of drugs and alcohol....
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Son of man convicted in Jewish site shootings testifies
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) -- The son of a man convicted of killing three people at Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City says no one else in their family shares his father's anti-Semitic views....
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Taming Las Vegas street performances tabled until Sept. 16
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A proposal to tame the often rowdy and revealing gauntlet of downtown Las Vegas entertainers will get more time for city leaders to craft the rules....
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Police cruiser hit by gunfire, crashes, catches fire
MILLIS, Mass. (AP) -- A suburban Boston police cruiser has been hit by gunfire, crashed and caught on fire....
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California data shows racial disparity in arrests, deaths
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Just 6 percent of Californians are African American, yet they are involved in 17 percent of all arrests in the state and a quarter of in-custody deaths, according to what officials called a nationally unprecedented release of data Wednesday....
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The Latest: Protesters demand justice for Gray and others
BALTIMORE (AP) -- The latest on the first court hearing for six Baltimore police officers who are charged in the death of Freddie Gray, a black man who died a week after suffering a spinal cord injury in custody (all times local):...
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Washington sues feds over safety of nuclear waste tanks
SEATTLE (AP) -- Washington state is suing the federal government again over cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation - this time over the danger posed to workers by vapor releases from underground waste-storage tanks....
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Court strips lesser prairie chicken of federal protection
MIDLAND, Texas (AP) -- A federal court in Texas has stripped the lesser prairie chicken of Endangered Species Act protections, a victory for oil and gas companies that argued conservation efforts are working....
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New project at Atlanta museum focuses on LGBT civil rights
ATLANTA (AP) -- Leaders of an Atlanta museum want the space focused on modern and historic civil rights to contribute to a national push to ensure LGBT rights, particularly in southern states....
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Oldest survivor of San Francisco earthquake of 1906 dies
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Ruth Newman was just a child living on an outlying ranch when the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 struck, but her memory of that day never faded, her daughter said....
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No charges against officer in Washington police shooting
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- A police officer who shot and injured two men he says repeatedly threatened him during a late night encounter on a dark street was justified in the shooting, and the men have been charged with assault, a prosecutor said Wednesday....
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Hunt for 3 suspects widens after Illinois officer's death
FOX LAKE, Ill. (AP) -- Authorities broadened the hunt Wednesday for three suspects wanted in the fatal shooting of a popular Illinois police officer, even as they acknowledged that they had no indication the men were still in the area where the slaying happened....
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A look at the case of Texas man killed by deputies
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The fatal shooting of a San Antonio-area man by sheriff's deputies is drawing scrutiny because the man had both hands in the air at the time he was shot. Officials say a video appears to show 41-year-old Gilbert Flores was armed with a knife during the confrontation Friday outside a home northwest of San Antonio, and are examining the images as part of their investigation....
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