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BELL GARDENS, Calif. (AP) — Authorities in Los Angeles County have released the wife of Bell Gardens, California Mayor Daniel Crespo after he was shot and killed Tuesday during a domestic dispute. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says no arrests will be made at this time. Authorities say Crespo's wife shot her husband several times in the torso after their 19-year-old son tried to intervene during an argument. Levette Crespo was released after being questioned.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A former U.S. soldier accused of jumping a White House fence and entering the executive mansion is scheduled to appear in federal court Wednesday in Washington. Omar Gonzalez was indicted Tuesday on federal and local charges. He allegedly was armed with a knife when on Sept. 19 he entered the unlocked White House front door. Authorities say they searched Gonzalez' car and found hundreds of rounds of ammunition, two hatchets and a machete.
DALLAS (AP) — Members of the Liberian community in the Dallas-Fort Worth area say they're skeptical of assurances from federal health officials that there's no risk of getting the Ebola virus from a man who's now in a Texas hospital in critical condition. Officials say the man became ill several days after arriving in Dallas from Liberia, but he had gone to the hospital twice before doctors learned he had come from West Africa.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Three Mexican soldiers have been charged with homicide, months after the Mexican army said it had killed 22 suspected gang members in a fierce shootout. Witnesses say the killings in an abandoned warehouse in southern Mexico happened after the suspects had surrendered, and the U.N. is urging that the June 30 killings be investigated as possible "summary executions."
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Energy says shipments of plutonium-contaminated waste to its troubled nuclear dump site in southeastern New Mexico may resume as early as 2016. The federal government and nuclear industry experts have developed a recovery plan detailing what needs to be done to decontaminate the underground Waste Isolation Pilot Plant after a truck fire and an unrelated release of radiation contaminated 22 workers and forced the site's closure in February.
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