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Jailed clerk vows not to back down, no resolution in sight

Adam Beam, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 12:52am

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will spend Labor Day weekend in isolation at the Carter County Detention Center with her Bible and her clear conscience.

Rally held after Santa Clara County jail inmate's death

Haven Daley and Kristin J. Bender, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 9:01pm

About 50 people marched Friday in protest at Santa Clara County Main Jail to demand inmates be protected from abuse after an inmate was beaten to death last week under the watch of three deputies now facing possible murder charges.

Man who started Idaho wildfire with used toilet paper to be fined

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:36pm

Authorities say a mountain biker who started a 73-acre wildfire in southwest Idaho after lighting his toilet paper on fire could be faced with all or part of the costs of extinguishing the blaze.

1 jailed, gunman still sought in Sacramento college shooting

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:21pm

One of the victims in the shooting of three students on a Sacramento college campus has been arrested, while authorities were still seeking the gunman who killed one and injured two.

Rain, flooding damage Weber State University theater

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 7:52pm

Weber State University is working to restore the stage at the Browning Center's Allred Theater after unexpected rainstorm flooded the theater.

UW builds largest digital library of Sephardic language

Nina Shapiro, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 4:20am

Devin Naar wasn't hired at the University of Washington to teach Sephardic studies. The young scholar, only in his late 20s at the time, actually came to the university in 2011 to teach modern Jewish history.

Black couple uses housing law to sue over slurs, threats

Kate Brumback, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 3:31am

A black couple is suing their former neighbor citing a civil rights-era law more commonly used against discriminatory landlords.

Construction careers highlighted at community college events

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 3:10am

Nebraska students can learn more about careers in construction this fall at events held at six community colleges across the state.

Oregon judge refuses to perform same-sex marriages

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 2:50am

A judge in Marion County, Oregon, is being investigated by a judicial fitness commission in part over his refusal to perform same-sex marriages on religious grounds.

Illinois adding collections to national digital library

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 2:40am

Collections from libraries across Illinois will soon be added to the nation's online library.

California lawmakers seek nation's first 'Yes means Yes' high school sexual assault training

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 1:50am

California lawmakers have sent Governor Jerry Brown a "Yes means Yes" bill that would bring sexual assault training to California high schools.

USD theater students to present 4 productions this season

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 12:40am

Theater students at the University of South Dakota will present four productions during the 2015-2016 season.

For Cherry Creek school nurses, prevention proves crucial

Brandon Johansson, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 12:10am

If your image of a school nurse's office is a cot, a desk and a friendly nurse who can dole out ice packs and little else, you probably haven't been in one for a while.

Pikes Peak teachers take concealed-weapon classes

Debbie Kelley, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 5th - 12:10am

Amy Wrany is ready.

Annual pillow fight at West Point turns violent; 30 injured

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 11:41pm

An annual pillow fight by freshmen cadets at the U.S. Military Academy turned bloody this year when cadets swung pillowcases packed with hard objects, injuring 30 cadets.

Salmonella outbreak linked to cucumbers sickens nearly 300

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 9:40pm

State health officials say nine Washington residents have been sickened from a multi-state salmonella outbreak linked to garden cucumbers grown in Mexico.

Jefferson County school board recall date set for Nov. 3

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 9:01pm

Three conservative school board members in suburban Denver who drew the ire of teachers and students for considering a review of a U.S. history course to emphasize patriotism will face a recall election Nov. 3.

California man sentenced for eating roommate's rabbit

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:31pm

A North Hollywood man who ate his ex-girlfriend's pet rabbit has been sentenced to community service and counseling.

Court finds Washington charter school law unconstitutional

Rachel By Corte and Gene Johnson, Associated Press  |  Posted  Sep 4th - 8:21pm

The Washington Supreme Court ruled Friday that the state's voter-approved charter-school law is unconstitutional, throwing the new school year into chaos for about 1,200 pupils enrolled in the system.