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Idaho governor vetoes US House vacancy bill

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 2:00pm

Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter has vetoed legislation that would have changed Idaho's process for special congressional elections.

McConnell confident Dems won't keep Gorsuch off high court

Kevin Freking, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:53pm

A showdown over President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee and Senate rules loomed as the number of Democrats opposing Judge Neil Gorsuch grew to two dozen on Tuesday.

North Carolina: All lawyers must reveal innocence evidence

Martha Waggoner, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:50pm

An expert on ethics and the law says North Carolina is the first state to require not only prosecutors but also attorneys in private practice to reveal any evidence of innocence they receive after a conviction.

Judge tosses lawsuit over US database on suspicious behavior

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:42pm

A judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing a federal information-sharing program of flagging innocent people as potential terrorists.

Home confinement: Ex-sheriff took drugs from police storage

John Raby, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:35pm

A newly elected West Virginia sheriff who acknowledged a meth addiction and taking the drug from a police evidence area for his own use was sentenced to up to 10 years of home confinement Tuesday.

Man hailed as hero in Kansas bar shooting honored with $100K

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:35pm

A man wounded last month while trying to intervene in an apparently racially motivated shooting at a suburban Kansas City bar has been honored with a $100,000 check.

US official: Trump to meet China's Xi first week in April

Josh Lederman, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:20pm

A senior State Department official says Chinese President Xi Jinping (shee jihn-peeng) will meet with President Donald Trump the first full week of April.

Commander says US may have played role in Mosul deaths

Robert Burns, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:18pm

U.S. airstrikes probably played a role in the death of dozens of civilians in Mosul earlier this month, but an ongoing investigation may reveal a more complicated explanation, the top commander of American forces in Iraq said Tuesday. One possibility is that Islamic State militants rigged the building with explosives.

Star gymnasts testify at Congress about sex-abuse scandal

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:16pm

Retired star gymnasts testified before Congress on Tuesday that they were sexually abused by USA Gymnastics officials.

Dallas woman found guilty in 2015 injection death of client

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 1:05pm

A jury has found a Dallas salon worker guilty of murder in the death of woman who was injected in the buttocks with industrial-grade silicone as part of an illegal cosmetic procedure.

A Shakespearean tale: Babies Romeo and Juliet born 18 hours apart at same hospital

Jessica Ivins, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:57pm

It’s a tale that would make the Bard himself smile. Two babies born hours apart at the same hospital bear the names of Shakespeare's most famous lovers.

Questions linger as New Jersey bridge case sentencings near

David Porter, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:54pm

The traffic jam that sank Gov. Chris Christie's presidential aspirations is set to conclude with the sentencings Wednesday of the two former aides convicted of creating the gridlock to teach a lesson to a mayor whose endorsement they couldn't obtain.

OAS weighs punishing Venezuela for disrupting democracy

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:54pm

Diplomats from across the Western Hemisphere met Tuesday to determine whether to punish Venezuela's socialist government for violating the country's democratic order.

Arkansas judge rejects bid to halt multiple executions

Andrew Demillo, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:54pm

An Arkansas judge dismissed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging the state's lethal injection law, the latest setback for efforts to block the state's unprecedented plan to conduct four double executions over a 10-day period next month.

Oakland found building lacked sprinklers before deadly blaze

Paul Elias and Janie Har, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:54pm

Inspectors discovered that a California building in a rundown neighborhood lacked fire extinguishers, smoke detectors in every apartment and a working sprinkler system just three days before a blaze erupted and killed four low-income residents.

Questions, answers about funding threats to sanctuary cities

Sadie Gurman and Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:54pm

The Trump administration is issuing a fresh threat to withhold or revoke law enforcement grant money from communities that refuse to cooperate with federal efforts to find and deport immigrants in the country illegally.

Police: Woman posing as Target worker stole $40K in iPhones

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:54pm

Police in Virginia are looking to identify a woman who impersonated a Target employee so that she could steal over $40,000 worth of iPhones.

Police: Man attacks officer with knife, is fatally shot

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:54pm

Authorities in Maryland say a man reporting a stolen bicycle suddenly attacked a police officer with a knife and was shot dead by the officer.

US water manager warning of snowmelt flood potential in Utah

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:50pm

Weather including rapid melts of heavy snowpack has a federal water manager warning Utah residents to watch for flooding in coming weeks.

Judge approves plan on fix for 18,000 Flint water lines

Ed White, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 28th - 12:44pm

A federal judge approved a deal Tuesday to replace water lines at 18,000 homes in Flint, Michigan, marking a permanent fix to overcome the disastrous decision in 2014 to draw water from a river without treating it to prevent lead contamination.