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Cleveland police are ready to release surveillance video from an officer's fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy who turned out to be carrying a replica gun.
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Guard reinforcements contain damage in Ferguson

By Jim Salter and Jim Suhr, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 1:10am
National Guard reinforcements helped contain the latest protests in Ferguson, preventing a second night of the chaos that led to arson and looting after a grand jury decided not to indict the white police officer who killed Michael Brown.
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Cleveland crowd protests over boy shot by police

By Mark Gillispie, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 12:50am
Several hundred people marched down an exit ramp and temporarily blocked rush-hour traffic on a busy freeway on Tuesday while protesting a police officer's fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy who had brandished a realistic-looking novelty gun.
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Prosecutor faces new criticism over Ferguson case

By Andale Gross and Tammy Webber, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 12:22am
He criticized the media. He talked about witness testimony that didn't match physical evidence. And he did it at night, as a city already on edge waited to learn if a grand jury would indict a white Ferguson police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed black 18-year-old.
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Protesters clear out as Ferguson streets calm down

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 12:21am
Police have dispersed protesters from the streets of Ferguson after second night of demonstrations following a grand jury decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.
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Thanksgiving travelers contend with rain, snow

By Frank Eltman, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 25th - 11:20pm
One of the busiest, most stressful travel days of the year posed special challenges in the crowded Washington-to-Boston corridor as travelers on their way to Thanksgiving celebrations contended with a nor'easter packing rain and snow.
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Protesters return to riot-scarred Ferguson streets

By Tom Foreman Jr. and Jim Salter, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 25th - 10:58pm
Protesters returned to the riot-scarred streets of Ferguson on Tuesday, a day after crowds looted businesses and set fire to buildings in a night of rage against a grand jury's decision not to indict the white police officer who killed Michael Brown.
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Window washer fights for life after 11-story fall

By Kristin J. Bender, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 25th - 9:32pm
A 58-year-old window washer who fell 11 stories from a building onto a moving car is "fighting for his life" and opens his eyes when relatives speak to him, his family said Tuesday.
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Arkansas, Mississippi gay marriage bans overturned

By Andrew Demillo and Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 25th - 8:51pm
Arkansas and Mississippi became the latest two states Tuesday to have their gay marriage bans overturned by federal judges, but there are no rushes to the altar as both orders are on hold so the states can consider appeals.
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California charter school enrollment soars again

The Associated Press  |  posted 52 minutes ago
The number of California students attending charter schools has risen to more than a half million.
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Governor to pardon turkey in annual tradition

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 3:10am
Utah governor Gary Herbert is scheduled to give his annual pardon to one lucky turkey Wednesday.
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Rescue Mission offering Thanksgiving for homeless

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 3:10am
The Rescue Mission of Salt Lake will host an early Thanksgiving Dinner for homeless people and low-income families Wednesday.
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Navajo lawmaker responds to criminal charges

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 3:10am
A Navajo Nation lawmaker says he expects to be cleared on charges of misusing tribal funds.
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Kalamazoo college to reinvent culinary education

By Linda S. Mah, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 2:20am
Every chef can stir and saute, but those coming out of the new Kalamazoo Valley Community College culinary school will know about sustainability and locally sourcing their food as well.
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Police: Missouri teens steal from cancer patient

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 1:50am
O'Fallon police have arrested two teenagers who they say broke into a cancer patient's home and stole his oxygen tanks, medication and alcohol.
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Quotations in the News

By The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 1:50am
Seventeen-year-old protester Naesha Pierce, over boy fatally shot by police in Cleveland.
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Clarksville teacher gets $25K Milken Award

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 1:40am
A third-grade Clarksville teacher has received a $25,000 award from the Milken Family Foundation.
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UCO administrator named Korean honorary consul

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 1:10am
An administrator at the University of Central Oklahoma has been named an honorary consul by Korea.
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Va. education board sets history hearings

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 12:40am
The Virginia Board of Education will conduct public hearings on revisions to the history and social science Standards of Learning at five historic sites across the state.
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Virginia's infant mortality rate improves

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 26th - 12:40am
Virginia officials are reporting a substantial decrease in the state's infant mortality rate.
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Police order protesters off Ferguson streets

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 25th - 9:41pm
Officers have ordered protesters off Ferguson streets after what had been several hours of largely peaceful demonstrations.
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Tough to make a case against police in shootings

By Eric Tucker, Associated Press  |  posted Nov 25th - 9:32pm
A Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict a policeman for the killing of Michael Brown illustrates the difficulty of bringing criminal charges against officers in fatal shootings and points to the likelihood of a similar outcome for a federal civil rights probe of the case.
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Woman who faked son's cancer gets probation

The Associated Press  |  posted Nov 25th - 9:01pm
A suburban Denver woman who collected tens of thousands of dollars in charitable contributions after lying about her 6-year-old son having cancer was sentenced Tuesday to five years of probation and 90 nights in jail.
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