Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 02/04/2013

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 02/04/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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LIGHTS OUT - Why did a power cut plunge Super Bowl into partial darkness? See National.

'HUNCHBACK KING' UNEARTHED - Britain's last monarch to die in battle is discovered under a parking lot. See International.

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BEER-POWERED BEER - An Alaskan brewery is going green - using waste grain from beer production to power its own brew house. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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OBAMA ON GUN CONTROL - President Obama addresses law enforcement officers on gun control at Minneapolis Police Department's special operations center.

KERRY TAKES CHARGE - John Kerry takes the reins as the new secretary of state.

'AMERICAN SNIPER' KILLED — A decorated former SEAL was apparently trying to help another veteran suffering PTSD when the man turned a gun on him, authorities say.

GAY SCOUT PETITION - Gay scouts and leaders deliver petition signed by 1.4 m people to the Boy Scouts' national executive meeting.

SUSPENSE-FILLED SUPER BOWL - Reactions to the Ravens win, plus the latest on what caused the surprise power outage.

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HARBAUGH BROTHERS STAGE DRAMATIC SUPER BOWL

JONES HAS RECORD NIGHT IN HOME-TOWN SUPER BOWL

RAVENS FANS MOB BALTIMORE STREETS

POWER OUTAGE STOPS SUPER BOWL FOR 34 MINS

RAVENS' HARBAUGH: WE HAD RESOLVE

SUPER BOWL MVP FLACCO: ITS PRETTY COOL

RAW: BOURBON STREET COMES ALIVE AFTER SUPER BOWL

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REGIONAL

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CA, AT LEAST EIGHT DEAD IN BUS CRASH - At least 8 and up to 10 people were killed when a tour bus returning to Mexico crashed on a mountain road.

AVAILABLE NOW. Note: Updates expected.

NY, MOTHER ON TURKEY MURDER - Mother of US tourist killed in Istanbul holds news conference.

NY, ED KOCH FUNERAL - Bill Clinton and Mayor Bloomberg attend funeral of former mayor Ed Koch.

AL, HOSTAGE STANDOFF - Hostage standoff at Alabama bunker continues.

MI, ROSA PARKS STAMP - New stamp issued to mark celebrations of 100th anniversary of Rosa Parks' birth.

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INTERNATIONAL

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UK KING RICHARD III - Archaeologists have confirmed a skeleton unearthed in a car park are the remains of King Richard III.

SYRIA PLANES - Syrian air force targets Damascus suburb. AVAILABLE NOW.

UK MALALA - Education activist shot by Taliban is recovering after further surgery.

RUSSIA BOLSHOI - The artistic director of the Bolshoi ballet will fly to Germany for further treatment after an acid attack.

CUBA CASTRO - Fidel Castro comments on Hugo Chavez's contribution to the region. AVAILABLE NOW.

CAMBODIA KING - Cambodia mourns as King Sihanouk is cremated. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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BEYONCE PERFORMS AT SUPER BOWL - Beyoncé reunited with Destiny's Child for the halftime show at Super Bowl. AVAILABLE NOW.

OSCAR NOMINEE LUNCHEON - Oscar nominees gather for annual luncheon.

HOULT ON PLAYING A ZOMBIE - Nicolas Hoult talks about playing a zombie in 'Warm Bodies.'

FRY TO HOST BAFTAS - Stephen Fry prepares to host the BAFTA Film Awards in London next Sunday.

WEAVER, PACINO, OWEN HONORED - Golden Camera awards in Berlin honor Sigourney Weaver and Al Pacino. AVAILABLE NOW.

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LIFE/HEALTH/TECHNOLOGY (AP VIDEO-US INCLUDES AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY STORIES)

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BOSNIA FEMALE MINERS - Going underground with Bosnia's last female coal miners.

EL SALVADOR SNAKE FARM - Snake security scares off potential thieves.

US DUNGENESS CRABS - Caught between November and June off the US west coast, Dungeness crabs are a winter delicacy.

AUSTRALIA CROWDED RESORT - Australia's idyllic Byron Bay is suffering from an influx of backpackers and other tourists.

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