New York City plans to start enforcing a first-of-its-kind requirement for warning icons on salty chain restaurant foods June 6 after getting an appeals court's go-ahead to start issuing fines. But it's not the final word on whether the regulation will stand.
Court officials say a man who pleaded not guilty to charges he kidnapped a 14-year-old girl and raped her repeatedly during nine months of captivity in New Hampshire is planning to enter a change of plea.
The Associated Press has withdrawn its story about a girl who was shot in the head in Detroit during a fight between her father and neighbors. Police earlier said the girl had died, but a hospital spokesman now says she is in critical condition. A replacement story will be retransmitted.
Jeff Martin, Associated Press | Posted May 26th - 12:11pm
A lawyer for a man named in a nationwide probe of Gangster Disciples gang members tried to get him released to await trial at his home in Madison, Wisconsin, where he contributes to the arts and music scenes. But a federal magistrate declined, citing the allegation that he was involved in a carjacking in Georgia.
David Eggert, Associated Press | Posted May 26th - 12:01pm
Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday called for an end to civil and administrative investigations into how two state agencies contributed to Flint's lead-tainted drinking water crisis, after being warned they are hampering state and federal criminal probes.
Nevada's attorney general says a board overseeing the public swimming pool in Fernley broke the open meetings law when it failed to provide proper notice about a meeting called to correct a previous violation of the law.