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LAS VEGAS (AP) — A woman is in custody and being blood-tested after police say she intentionally drove up on a busy Las Vegas sidewalk, killing one person and injuring at least 30 others. The incident occurred in front of the Paris Hotel & Casino. Police say they are reviewing casino-hotel surveillance video but that they don't think the incident was a terrorist act.

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Authorities in New Hampshire say they're taking no chances after threats toward two schools in Nashua. Officials say all schools in the city will be closed today. The police department, school administration and state and federal agencies are working to determine the credibility of the threat received by a school administrator via email on Sunday.

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say the scattered wreckage of a small plane in an almond orchard in California, near Bakersfield, has yielded five bodies. Officials say the plane disappeared from radar as it flew from San Jose to an airport in a Las Vegas suburb. The plane sent a mayday call before disappearing.

BOSTON (AP) — Forecasters say the region isn't due for another winter from hell, but many New Englanders aren't taking any chances as a warm start this year is a lot like the winter of 2014, which ended with a record 9 feet of snow in Boston. A worker at Manchester Hardware in Manchester, Connecticut, says customers are already loading up on rock salt, heavy-duty shovels and roof rakes. State officials are also getting ready ahead of time in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

PARIS (AP) — Officials say a broken rail in the tunnel under the English Channel between Britain and France has been repaired, but not before causing major headaches for thousands of passengers as well as freight trains. Traffic is resuming normally today. Passenger train operator Eurostar says all traffic had been sharing a single track since the break.

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