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Texas tornadoes claim 11... Chicago police accidentally kill woman... Peyton Manning blasts report



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GARLAND, Texas (AP) — Tornadoes sweeping through the Dallas area have caused substantial damage. At least 11 people have died in Texas either from the storm or related traffic accidents. Dozens of people were injured in the storms as well.

CHICAGO (AP) — A vigil is planned today in Chicago, where police say a 55-year-old woman was "accidentally struck and tragically killed" by an officer or officers The woman was shot to death along with a 19-year-old man during a domestic disturbance call.

VENTURA, Calif. (AP) — Fire crews have stopped the spread of a wind-whipped wildfire along the Southern California coast. Officials say the 1,200-acre blaze in the steep foothills northwest of Ventura was 60 percent contained by nightfall Saturday and no homes burned.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is strongly denying a report that he'd received human growth hormone through his wife. Manning calls the report set to air on Al Jazeera "complete garbage."

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis is appealing for generosity toward Cuban migrants "who find themselves in difficulty in Central America." The pope, following his traditional Angelus blessing, called on the region's governments to find a solution to the "human drama."

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