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BOSTON (AP) — People spotting bald eagles in the skies over the Boston area aren't hallucinating — there really are more of the majestic birds of prey setting up shop in the urban eastern areas of the state, experts say. There were 51 confirmed territorial breeding bald eagle...
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — More than two decades ago, Arkansas was among the first states to embrace the term limits movement by restricting how long lawmakers could serve in its Legislature. No one championed the movement more loudly than the state's Republicans, who saw it as a...
BALTIMORE (AP) — A Maryland prosecutor on Thursday sought to poke holes in the testimony of an alibi witness who says she spotted a convicted killer at a library about the time prosecutors say he was killing his high school girlfriend in a case that was profiled on the "Serial"...
DETROIT (AP) — Another problem has developed with automotive air bags, this one resulting in recalls of up to 5 million vehicles worldwide. Continental Automotive Systems says in documents filed with the U.S. government that moisture can get inside its air bag control computers...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The face-to-face meeting between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is rooted in an intensifying debate over who understands the great divide between rich Americans and everyone else. The theme has long been key to the contest between Democrats, but with Martin...
DETROIT (AP) — Another problem has developed with automotive air bags, this one resulting in recalls of 5 million vehicles. Continental Automotive Systems says in documents filed with the government that moisture can get inside its air bag control computers, causing the power...
BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — Less than a year ago, David Eisenhauer smiled confidently into a television news camera, discussing his athletic and academic aspirations for a weekly feature on high school athletes in the Baltimore area. "I make my personal goals achievable or just out...
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — As Gov. Matt Bevin prepares to remake Kentucky's Medicaid program, a new national survey shows what's at stake: gains in insurance coverage matched only by one other state. Kentucky and Arkansas had the largest drops in the percentage of people without...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Columbus airport is joining its counterparts nationwide in training employees to recognize signs of human trafficking in an effort to curb exploitation. Beginning this month, all 400 employees at Port Columbus International Airport will view a 30-minute...