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GRAYSON, Ky. (AP) — Chants of "Thank you, Kim; thank you, Kim" filled the air outside a Kentucky jail where a county clerk is being held for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. About 300 people gathered for a rally Saturday in support of Kim Davis. A series of speakers denounced the government and the judiciary, and hailed Davis as a Christian hero in a war against the godless.

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The death toll is up to 10 after a fishing boat capsized off the southern coast of South Korea. Three people were rescued and flown to a hospital with injuries that weren't life-threatening. Dozens of ships are searching the area for survivors. The 9.8-ton boat, Dolphin, lost communication with another boat on Saturday evening and was found Sunday morning north of the resort island of Jeju.

UNDATED (AP) — Police in North Carolina say a 9-year-old girl has been fatally shot and three others have been injured following a shooting at a residence in southwest Charlotte. In western Alabama, authorities say a 3-year-old boy was shot and killed at a home; three people of interest are reported in custody, and are being held in the Greene County Jail for questioning.

CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) — The only Japanese-American known to have flown over Japan during World War II has died. Ben Kuroki was 98. His daughter tells the Los Angeles Times that her father died on Tuesday in Camarillo, California. The son of immigrants who was raised on a Nebraska farm, Kuroki overcame the military's discriminatory policies to become a tail gunner. He flew 58 bomber missions over Europe, North Africa and Japan during the war.

RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. (AP) — Boats, airplanes and helicopters have been searching up and down the Southern California coast for a blue whale that had gotten tangled up in hundreds of feet of line. Rescuers said unless they free it, the massive mammal could eventually die. The whale was estimated to be 80 feet long. It was spotted Friday in the channel between Santa Catalina Island and the mainland.

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