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Nearly $32M in state funding to help renovate Alamo
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Texas officials unveiled a nearly $32 million state effort Wednesday to renovate the Alamo and its grounds with the public's help....
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School drug counselors charged in $46 million fraud scheme
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Eight women who worked for a company hired to counsel drug abusers in Los Angeles County schools were charged in federal court with a scheme to fraudulently bill California nearly $50 million for bogus services over a decade, according to an indictment unsealed Wednesday....
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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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Partial list of people compensated for wrongful conviction
Here's a partial list of people who were compensated by the government after they were wrongfully convicted and imprisoned:...
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The Latest: GOP Senate president asks for time to change law
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) -- The latest on a county clerk in Kentucky who has repeatedly refused to issue marriage licenses (all times local):...
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Police officer killed in Illinois was on brink of retirement
FOX LAKE, Ill. (AP) -- Charles Joseph Gliniewicz was on the brink of retiring after a 30-year-career in law enforcement. At 52, the tattooed police officer with a shaved head could still be tough and intimidating if the job called for it....
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Sole voter on proposed sales tax hike against such increases
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- The only resident registered to vote in a downtown business district in central Missouri said she would have voted against a proposed sales tax increase if officials had allowed the election to go forward....
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US officials mark 70th anniversary of WWII's official end
PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) -- U.S. officials gathered on a decommissioned battleship in Pearl Harbor to mark the 70th anniversary of World War II's end....
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State orders California firm to stop tapping Sierra springs
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -- Armed with evidence captured by surveillance cameras, California regulators have ordered a business to stop tapping Sierra Nevada spring water that is later bottled and sold in stores, officials said Wednesday....
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Autopsy: Football player shot by police had drugs in system
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- A black college football player killed by a police officer likely used a synthetic psychedelic drug and marijuana prior to the deadly confrontation at a Texas car dealership, according to an initial autopsy report released 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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Video of Arizona police officer whipping dog prompts probe
PHOENIX (AP) -- A suburban Phoenix police officer is being investigated after a video posted online purportedly shows him whipping and kicking a police dog....
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Nebraska nursing home for Native Americans to open next year
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- A long-awaited Nebraska nursing home on the border with South Dakota's Pine Ridge Indian Reservation will begin accepting Native American residents early next year to ease a severe care shortage in one of the nation's poorest regions, a project official said Wednesday....
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Lesbian couple, like Kentucky clerk, standing up for beliefs
MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP) -- As April Miller drove to work, still too stunned to grasp the magnitude of the fight erupting around her, an old song crackled over the car radio....
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No charges against officer in Washington police shooting
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- A prosecutor says no charges will be brought against an Olympia, Washington, police officer who shot and injured two men he says repeatedly threatened him, including with a skateboard....
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