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  • Texas target shooter charged with hitting a middle school student

     
    Dustin Wesley Cook, 36, was arraigned on a charge of second-degree felony aggravated assault in the Dec. 12 shooting outside Harwell Middle School in Edinburg, Texas, that wounded 14-year-old Edson Amaro....
  • Effort to repeal California Dream Act comes up short

     
    Critics of illegal immigration announced Friday that they were unable to obtain the needed 500,000 petition signatures to ask voters to repeal the California Dream Act signed into law last year by Gov. Jerry Brown....
  • Reno air show should go on despite fatal crash, group says

     
    The Reno Air Races Assn. announced that it will seek to hold another competition for high-performance craft despite last year’s deadly crash of a World War II-era vintage plane that killed 11 people....
  • Mt. Rainier to reopen Saturday; gunman’s motive still a mystery

     
    Mount Rainier National Park is scheduled to reopen Saturday, nearly a week after a gunman killed a popular park ranger there. Still, no one knows why the Iraq war veteran opened fire....
  • Indiana becomes Midwest's newest labor law battleground

     
    Right-to-work: Indiana kicks off its state legislative session on Wednesday, with the state bracing for another fight over labor representation, the signature political battle between conservative Republicans and unions fought across much of the Midwest...
  • Boeing's free-market move is going to cost Kansas big-time

     
    Shrinking government isn't a free lunch; it means job losses, and not only in the public sector. Just ask the 2,160 Boeing workers in Kansas who just saw their jobs go away....
  • Council District 15: How uncoordinated are the candidates?

     
    The Los Angeles Police Protective League put big bucks behind Joe Buscaino in the Nov. 8 City Council primary, but in the runoff it's got company: The union leaders of rank-and-file Department of Water and Power employees are behind an......
  • Harvey Weinstein explains 'Wettest County' release date move

     
    Wettest County, starring Tom Hardy and Shia LaBeouf, will come out on August 31 and potentially go to the Venice Film Festival, according to Harvey Weinstein...
  • Texas girl mistakenly deported to Colombia reunited with family

     
    Jakadrien Lorece Turner, 15, arrived at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on Friday evening and was soon flanked by her mother, grandmother and law enforcement, according to the Associated Press....
  • Israeli political scene runs hot and cold

     
    According to schedule, Benjamin Netanyahu's government has until November 2013 before elections but a recent flurry of activity is injecting new life into the Israeli political system and shaking it up a bit....
  • Florida man charged with plotting attacks to avenge Muslims

     
    A naturalized American citizen who was born in the former Yugoslavia has been charged with plotting to use explosives against heavily-populated targets, as part of a campaign to get vengeance for misdeeds he said he felt were done against Muslims,...