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Police: Grenade found in Hawaii next to store wasn't liveBomb technicians will inspect what police believe to be an old grenade that was found in Waikiki
The Associated Press26 minutes ago
Markeith Loyd, suspected of fatally shooting a Florida police officer, attends his initial court appearance Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, at the Orange County Jail, in Orlando, Fla. Loyd spoke out of turn and was defiant during the appearance on charges of killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend. He was injured during his arrest Tuesday night following a weeklong manhunt. (Red Huber/Orlando Sentinel via AP, Pool)
The Latest: Video seems to show officers kicking suspectA nighttime aerial video of police capturing a fugitive wanted in the slaying of an Orlando officer appears to show at least two officers kicking Markeith Loyd as he crawls toward them in surrender
The Associated Press26 minutes ago
Some blue sky peeks through the clouds during a break in the weather in Reno, Nev. Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, as another series of winter storms moves into the Sierras west of downtown. Ski runs are visible in the upper left at the Mount Rose Ski Resort where another 18 inches of fresh snow had fallen early Thursday. More than 12 feet has fallen there since Jan. 1. (AP Photo/Scott Sonner)
Rain, snow storms pummel the West; more wet weather on wayMore winter snow and rain has pummeled the West as the first in a series of expected storms soaked morning commuters in much of California, dumped 18 more inches of snow in the Sierra Nevada and closed schools in Oregon
The Associated Press27 minutes ago
North Dakota resets the debate over time zone disparityResidents of a largely rural corner of North Dakota are fiercely opposing a plan that would move them into the same time zone as the rest of the state
The Associated Press4 minutes ago
North Dakota resets the debate over time zone disparityResidents of a rural sliver of North Dakota are fiercely opposing a plan that would move them into the same time zone as the cities and oilfields on the other side of the state
The Associated Press33 minutes ago
Judge blocks Texas from cutting off Planned Parenthood fundsA federal judge has temporarily blocked Texas from ousting Planned Parenthood from the state's Medicaid program over secretly recorded videos taken by anti-abortion activists in 2015
The Associated Press39 minutes ago
FILE - In this June 1, 2011 file photo, water is released through the outlet tubes at Grand Coulee Dam, Wash. The federal agency that operates the dam has agreed to a settlement that an environmental group says will cut oil pollution in the Columbia River. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation agreed for the first time Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017, to obtain a pollution permit from the Environmental Protection Agency for discharges at the Grand Coulee Dam. The dam is the nation's largest hydropower producer. (AP Photo/Nicholas K. Geranios, File)
Group: Settlement will cut oil pollution at Washington damThe federal agency that operates a Washington state dam has agreed to a settlement that an environmental group says will cut oil pollution in the Columbia River
The Associated Press47 minutes ago
Tennessee Valley Authority elects 1st African-American chairA federal agency in Tennessee has elected an African-American to be chairperson for the first time in its 83-year history
The Associated Press53 minutes ago
North Dakota resets the debate over time zone disparityResidents of a rural sliver of North Dakota are fiercely opposing a plan that would move them into the same time zone as the cities and oilfields on the other side of the state
The Associated Press55 minutes ago
Correction: Chicago-Gun Ranges storyCorrection: Chicago-Gun Ranges story
The Associated Press55 minutes ago
Deputy killed in North Dakota shootout had just started jobAuthorities say a northern North Dakota sheriff's deputy and a man suspected of stealing a minivan were killed in a shootout in which several officers opened fire
The Associated Press57 minutes ago
Fed: Nearly 60 New Orleans police recruits had risk factorsFederal monitors say close to 60 recruits were accepted into recent New Orleans Police Department training academy classes despite records indicating any of a variety of "risk factors" _ including possible domestic abuse and drug use
The Associated Press1 hour ago
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