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Three Teens Arrested After 70 Reports of Damage To Vehicles in Newark

Three teenagers are under arrest in Newark, accused of shooting out car windows across the city. Get the story.

Grove City Neighbors Rescue Man Trapped Under Truck

Grove City neighbors came to a man's rescue after the truck he was working on crashed on top of him. Get the story.

Person being watched for Ebola hospitalized with heart issue

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — One of the five American aid workers being monitored in Nebraska for exposure to Ebola has been hospitalized after developing a heart problem while jogging.

Wife Accused of Stabbing and Killing Husband In North Columbus

Columbus Police are investigating after they say a man's wife stabbed and killed him in North Columbus. Get the story.

Missouri city settles lawsuit filed by court administrator

DARDENNE PRAIRIE, Mo. (AP) — An eastern Missouri's former municipal court administrator will receive $70,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging she was fired partly because of a cancer-related disability.

Chance for Sunday Night Showers

Meteorologist Eric Elwell says there's a chance for rain showers Sunday night. Get the forecast.

Clinic run by nurses to open in Minneapolis

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Some of Minnesota's highly skilled nurses will soon lead their own primary care clinic.

Rhode Island gets $3.4M in new HIV care program funding

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island is receiving more than $3.4 million in new federal funding for HIV testing, prevention and related health services.

Bellevue family donates $6M to UW for Alzheimer's research

SEATTLE (AP) — A Bellevue family that lost three members to Alzheimer's disease has donated $6?million to the University of Washington to advance cutting-edge research into the devastating and incurable brain disorder.

Sen. McCaskill plans listening tour for Missouri seniors

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill will travel the state this week to hear about the concerns of senior citizens in Missouri on retirement, fraud and healthy living.

Fiorina likely GOP presidential candidate, attacks Clinton

WASHINGTON (AP) — Former technology executive Carly Fiorina says she is more than 90 percent likely to seek the Republican presidential nomination. And she is questioning the confidence people can have in likely Democratic contender Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Ohio court ruling may change how EPA issues pollution limits

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio Supreme Court ruling could change how environmental regulators impose pollution limits on bodies of water around the state.

More restaurants in Portland passing health inspections

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Restaurant owners and health inspectors in Portland, Maine say food safety courses and an increase in inspectors have lead to more restaurants passing health inspections.

One Dead In Pike County Deputy-Involved Shooting

A man is dead after a shooting involving Pike County Sheriff's deputies overnight. Get the story.

Beaufort County drops retiree health insurance coverage

BEAUFORT, S.C. (AP) — The Beaufort County Council has voted to eliminate health insurance coverage for 95 retirees and 590 workers now on the payroll who would have been eligible when they retire.

Former Alexandrian reflects on stint as Ebola nurse

ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) — Paul Nordstrom's move from Alexandria to San Diego led to widespread acclaim as an Ebola fighter in West Africa, meetings with dignitaries and a phone call from President Barack Obama.

VIDEO: Jon Cryer tells all, and then some

Jon Cryer enjoyed a very long run on the hit CBS series, "Two and a Half Men." And now that it's over, he's telling the whole truth about his career. Ben Tracy sat him down for this Sunday Profile

O'Malley: Presidency 'not some crown' families should share

WASHINGTON (AP) — Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley says the country needs new perspectives, and he's criticizing the prospects of another Clinton and Bush seeking the White House again.

O'Malley: Presidency 'not some crown' families should share

WASHINGTON (AP) — Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley says the country needs new perspectives, and he's criticizing the prospects of another Clinton and Bush seeking the White House again.

Ohio park worker, dog rescue man stuck in mud nearly 2 hours

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP) — A state park worker in Ohio and a dog teamed up to rescue a man who got stuck in a muddy lake for close to two hours.

NDSU gets $435K grant for heart, vascular disease research

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Researchers at North Dakota State University have received more than $400,000 in federal funds to study heart and vascular diseases.

Ohio officer critically hurt in funeral procession crash

CINCINNATI (AP) — Police in Cincinnati say a motorcycle officer is in critical condition after he was struck by a car while leading a funeral procession.

Breastfeeding advocates ask Lynchburg businesses for support

LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) — It didn't take much to convince Sarah Bell, a Lynchburg attorney, to place the small blue and white sticker depicting a mother and child in the front window of her Rivermont Avenue law office.

W.Va. water bottler sees potential in disabled workers

LESAGE, W.Va. (AP) — From the road, there's nothing obviously remarkable about the little stretch of flat land running alongside the Ohio River in Lesage.

EXCHANGE: Nursing schools seek cure for educator shortage

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. (AP) — With her advanced degrees, Amanda Hopkins could make a lot more money as a practicing nurse rather than as an assistant professor of nursing at Illinois Wesleyan University.