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NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Extra police have been patrolling schools in a New Hampshire district that closed for a day yesterday following a threat to hurt students and teachers. Nashua (NASH'-wuh) Police Capt. David Bailey says 13 extra officers were in the schools today; usually there are three school resource officers. Other patrol officers also were asked to do frequent checks when they weren't on a call. Officials say the district's two high schools had about 65 to 70 percent attendance, compared to the normal 90-plus percent.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The woman accused of repeatedly plowing her car into pedestrians on a Las Vegas Strip sidewalk Sunday is now facing a murder charge. Prosecutors are also charging Lakeisha Holloway with child abuse and felony hit-and-run in the crash that killed one person and injured dozens. Police say her 3-year-old daughter was in the car with her, but wasn't hurt. Police say Holloway was homeless and broke, and that she told them she'd been chased away by security personnel wherever she had tried to sleep in her car.

KEOTA, Iowa (AP) — Hillary Clinton says it's "important to stand up to bullies wherever we are." She was responding to a question from a student at an Iowa high school today about how to deal with bullying. But Clinton made it clear she wasn't just talking about the classroom or the schoolyard. She said, "We shouldn't let anybody bully his way into the presidency. Because that is not who we are as Americans." Clinton challenged Donald Trump more directly by saying that Trump's rhetoric on Muslims is "not only dangerous, it's shameful."

NEW YORK (AP) — Energy companies have led a broad rally on the stock market as the price of crude oil moves higher. The Dow climbed 165 points. The S&P rose 17 points. The Nasdaq composite increased 32 points. The price of oil rose, a relief to investors who have been rattled by a plunge in crude to its lowest level since February 2009. Oil increased 1 percent to $36 a barrel in New York.

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky's Republican governor, Matt Bevin, is ordering the state to prepare new marriage licenses that do not include the names of county clerks. It's an attempt to protect the religious beliefs of Kim Davis and other local elected officials. Davis spent five days in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

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