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Temporary fix sought for collapsed Washington bridge
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday that federal officials are trying to locate a temporary replacement for a bridge that collapsed along the crucial Interstate 5 corridor between Seattle and Canada.
Principal recounts storm hitting Oklahoma school
The principal of the Oklahoma elementary school where seven children died in a tornado says her teachers did everything they could to save their lives.
NYC lawsuit over alleged Brett Favre texts settled
A New York City lawyer for two massage therapists who sued retired NFL quarterback Brett Favre over racy text messages said Friday the case has been settled.
Truck driver 'horrified' at Interstate 5 bridge collapse
The truck driver whose over-sized load of heavy drilling equipment is blamed for causing a bridge collapse on Interstate 5 in Washington state was "just horrified" when he saw what happened.
Truck hauling heavy equipment caused I-5 bridge collapse
A trooper said Friday that the truck whose oversize load caused the collapse of an interstate bridge in Washington state was hauling drilling equipment from Canada to Vancouver, Washington.
IRS replaces department chief who oversaw targeting
The Internal Revenue Service official, who publicly revealed that the agency targeted conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status, has been replaced.
FDA warns of infections tied to Tennessee pharmacy
Government health officials are investigating several health problems reported with potentially contaminated medications that came from a Tennessee specialty pharmacy.
Obama OKs honor for Birmingham bombing victims
Four girls killed in an Alabama church bombing during the civil rights movement 50 years ago received on Friday the highest honor Congress can give civilians.
Obama's drone rules leave unanswered questions
President Barack Obama left plenty of ambiguity in new policy guidelines designed to restrict targeted drone strikes, leaving himself significant power over how and when the weapons can be deployed.
Illinois proposes concealed-carry law, but gov opposes
Being the only state in the country without a concealed-carry law, Illinois was ordered on Friday to put one on the books -- despite strong opposition from the state's governor.
Delta ups the ante in battle for NY travel market
Ex-police officer shot four people during pharmacy robbery
Tijuana drug cartel conspirator takes plea deal
Defendant wants documents in teen's death sealed
Man accused of slaughtering Illinois family takes stand
Man charged in police shooting found dead in jail
Strong earthquake felt across northern California
Boston bombing suspect receives new court date
Maryland man dead after hatchet attack, police say
Guard from Lakers' first championship team dies
Arias case ends in mistrial; attorneys may start over
Engineer saw 'unusual condition' before derailment
Many injured in shuttle bus crash near Atlanta airport
Biographer expresses regret for affair with CIA chief
Anti-war protester shouts at Obama during speech
Arizona lawmaker receives threat for supporting Medicaid
Men charged with killing adults, toddler during drug deal
Christian Brothers will pay $16M to molestation victims
Texas man gets death penalty for drowning sons in creek
Pilots in fatal Alaska crash on different signals
Eugene man killed in motorcycle accident near Fall Creek Reservoir
Hundreds gather in Eugene to protest Monsanto, GMO's
Girl, 4, in good condition after fall from window
Coquille step closer to getting a carousel
Wash. bridge collapse leads to questions in Oregon
Suicidal jumper's fall kills South Korean girl, police say
Puerto Rico approves anti-discrimination bill
Zimbabwe activist says prisoners are denied HIV drugs
Spanish court opens tax probe into king's daughter
Woman in Italian sex case denies own statements
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