David Eggert, Associated Press | Posted Oct 25th - 11:21am
A Michigan court has rejected a request for a one-judge grand jury investigation of Gov. Rick Snyder's decision to use at least $2 million in state funds for his legal representation related to criminal probes of Flint's water crisis.
Brian Slodysko, Associated Press | Posted Oct 25th - 11:21am
A data analysis firm hired by a voter registration group says its examination of Indiana's voter database has found thousands of people over the age of 110 who are likely deceased and still registered to vote.
Todd Richmond, Associated Press | Posted Oct 25th - 11:11am
The city clerk in Green Bay refused to set up an early voting site on a college campus in part because she feared the site would help Democrats, according to emails obtained by a liberal advocacy group.
Patrick Whittle and David Sharp, Associated Press | Posted Oct 25th - 11:10am
Rigged elections. Vigilante observers. Angry voters. The claims, threats and passions surrounding the presidential race have led communities around the U.S. to move polling places out of schools or cancel classes on Election Day.
Sean Murphy, Associated Press | Posted Oct 25th - 10:40am
Authorities have been hunting for more than 24 hours for an Oklahoma man they say posted live videos to social media while running from police during a violent rampage that included shooting two police officers, armed car thefts and killing his aunt and uncle, apparently attempting to cut off their heads.
In a story Oct. 22, The Associated Press reported that drunken drivers were among more than 1,800 offenders arrested near the border in 2015 who the Texas Department of Public Safety classified as "high threat criminals." The story should have clarified that DPS does not categorize drunken driving, itself, as a high-threat offense, but suspected drunken drivers who were additionally charged with evading arrest or drug possession were classified as "high-threat."
Dan Sewell, Associated Press | Posted Oct 25th - 10:01am
Potential jurors have arrived at an Ohio courthouse in the murder trial of a white former university police officer charged with killing an unarmed black man during a traffic stop for a missing front license plate.
The state of Nevada and two counties could end up paying well over $100,000 in legal expenses as they continue to wage a legal battle with two tribes over alleged violations of the U.S. Voting Rights Act.
Curt Anderson, Associated Press | Posted Oct 25th - 9:43am
For a quarter century, Shawnee Chasser has lived in a treehouse not far from downtown Miami. The 65-year-old grandmother who once protested the Vietnam War and nuclear weapons says she hates the oppressive feeling of walls and air conditioning, loves the open breeze and relishes the connection to nature in lush, tropical surroundings.