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Lancaster Family Seeks Kidney Donation with Decal on Vehicle's Back Glass

You never know in the middle of the everyday grind and in the heart of that crowded street to and from work just who might be driving next to you.

South Carolina city to pay $6.5M settlement to family of man shot by cop

The North Charleston City Council approved the settlement by a 10-0 vote, and members of Walter Scott's family were on hand when it was announced.

Cruz presidential campaign nets $12 million over summer

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is reporting a $12.2 million fundraising boost over the past three months.

Indiana University fraternity charter revoked over explicit video

Alpha Tau Omega revoked the charter and closed its Indiana University chapter Thursday following the release of a video purportedly showing a fraternity member performing a sex act on a woman.

Ex-Louisville recruit JaQuan Lyle confirms escort allegations for NCAA

Ohio State freshman JaQuan Lyle spoke with an NCAA investigator and confirmed the gist of allegations involving paid escorts during his recruiting trip to Louisville.

Measure to repeal California vaccine law won't be on ballot

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California voters won't be weighing in next year on a new stricter law requiring mandatory vaccinations for schoolchildren.

Carson says armed Jews would have 'diminished' Holocaust

The candidate says "there is a reason that these dictatorial people take the guns first."

Parents of student killed in hypnosis scandal speak out

Each family will each receive $200,000 in a legal settlement with the Sarasota County School Board.

Dead body discovered in porta-potty outside of Bengals stadium

Police have yet to ID the unidentified male.

22 cases of West Nile virus in Washington, 1 death

SEATTLE (AP) — State health officials say there were 22 cases of West Nile virus in humans this season and one death. That's about double the total number of cases last year.

Man sentenced to jail for posing as LA veterinarian

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A man who posed as a veterinarian and operated on a woman's cat — who died — has been sentenced to Los Angeles County jail.

‘Columbus Kids’ Program Helps Screen Children For Developmental Issues

The goal of the Columbus Kids Making program is to make sure all kids are hitting their developmental marks before they get to school.

Domestic Violence Experts Worry About Ramifications of Angela Luke Case

The case of Angela Luke has raised new questions about when to charge or not

Pro-Biden super PAC pulls TV ad about VP's family tragedy

WASHINGTON (AP) — The super PAC urging Vice President Joe Biden to run for president is pulling its first television ad off the air after Biden signaled he preferred it not run.

Louisiana: 55 West Nile cases this year, 4 deaths

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana's Department of Health and Hospitals says one newly reported case of West Nile virus and two additional deaths from the disease have been reported this week.

Sneak A Peek At Facebook's Not-Just-"Like" Button

Facebook is officially testing out an alternative to the restrictive "Like" button.

Autopsy: Football player's death due to heart disease

WAYNESBORO, Ga. (AP) — Autopsy results confirm that a preexisting heart condition contributed to the death of a Burke County High School football player who died after collapsing during practice.

Madison-Plains Schools Closed Friday Amid Impetigo Outbreak

Superintendent Tim Dettwiller says about 60 students in the district were showing signs of the infection on Thursday and were sent home.

Ohio island's ex-police chief guilty of disorderly conduct

PORT CLINTON, Ohio (AP) — A fired Ohio island police chief has been convicted on a disorderly conduct charge after being cleared of aggravated menacing.

Andrew Ginther Proposes New Columbus Ethics Rules

Council President Andrew Ginther took the chamber podium with Mayor Michael Coleman at his side Thursday morning. Ginther laid out a three point plan to toughen ethics rules for city leaders and lobbyists.

Everything You Need To Know About The 2015 Columbus Italian Festival

The Columbus Italian Festival takes place this weekend in Italian Village near downtown Columbus. Here's what you need to know if you're headed out there!

Attorney For Angela Luke Releases Statement On Reinstatement, Drop Of Charges

Pickerington teacher Angela Luke was cleared of murder charges and reinstated at Tussing Elementary this week after a deadly domestic dispute last weekend.

Thousands Of Federal Drug Inmates Set For Early Release

Thousands of federal inmates serving sentences for drug crimes are set for early release next month under a cost-cutting measure intended to reduce the nation's prison population.

Health officials investigate case of measles

FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — Fairfax County health officials are investigating a case of measles.