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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Police say three men have been shot and one of them has died near a baseball field on the campus of Sacramento City College. The campus is now on lockdown while police search for a suspect. The baseball field is at the edge of campus. Its' not clear whether the gunman or the victims have any connection to the college.

BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary's war of wills with migrants who are trying to evade asylum checks and reach Western Europe is setting off a wave of anger and confusion. Thousands rushed into a Budapest train station Thursday after police ended a blockade. Hundreds shoved their way onto a train. There was a showdown after the migrants refused to get off at a camp for asylum seekers.

ASHLAND, Ky. (AP) — A defiant county clerk in Kentucky remains in jail tonight after refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples. A federal judge says he had no choice but to jail Kim Davis for contempt after she insisted that her "conscience will not allow" her to follow federal court rulings. But five of her deputies in Rowan County have agreed to issue the licenses themselves.

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Three Northern California jail guards are behind bars after an inmate under their watch was found dead of multiple blunt trauma. The Santa Clara medical examiner says 21-year-old Michael James Pipkin Tyree died of multiple blunt force injuries, "visceral lacerations" and internal bleeding. Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith has apologized to Tyree's family.

NEW YORK (AP) — The owner of the Atlanta Falcons says he understands why NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is appealing a federal judge's decision to overturn the NFL's four-game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Arthur Blank says he believes Goodell is "trying to protect the rights that for decades we've collectively bargained for."

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