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Jay and Lorene Bible, parents of Laurie Bible, speak at the press conference announcing the arrest has been made in the 1999 case. Authorities in Oklahoma say 66-year-old Ronnie Dean Busick has been charged with the 1999 deaths of a couple and the abduction of two teenage girls who remain missing.  (Gary Crow/Tulsa World via AP)
Man charged in Oklahoma killings says he'll talk to familiesA man charged in the 1999 deaths of an Oklahoma couple, their 16-year-old daughter and her friend says he's willing to speak with the victims' families
The Associated Press3 hours ago
FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2017, file photo, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, right, greets supporters for city councilwoman and mayoral candidate Keisha Lance Bottoms, whom Reed endorsed to replace him, at an election night party in Atlanta. City leaders say they want to investigate whether thousands of dollars of employee bonuses - including prizes for lip sync and ugly sweater contests - were a proper use of tax dollars. Reed's administration gave city employees more than $518,000 in bonuses during Reed's last days in office. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
Atlanta wants probe into $500K in bonuses given by ex-mayorAtlanta leaders want to call in outside lawyers to investigate after former Mayor Kasim Reed's administration gave more than $518,000 in bonuses to city employees during Reed's last days in office
The Associated Press3 hours ago
A Feb. 23, 2011 photo shows the Marshall University Old Main exterior in Huntington, WV.  Marshall University has been fined $4,999, one of the largest assessed for violations of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, for failing to complete inventories of American Indian remains and artifacts in its possession.   (Lori Wolfe/The Herald-Dispatch via AP)
University fined for violating Indian remains lawA university in West Virginia has been fined $4,999 for violating a federal law requiring the timely completion of inventories of American Indian remains and artifacts in its possession
The Associated Press3 hours ago
This dash cam photo released by the Maine State Police shows John Williams of Madison, Maine, after robbing a convenience store Wednesday morning, April 25, 2018, in Norridgewock, Maine. Maine authorities are searching for Williams, who they say fatally shot a sheriff's deputy, stole his cruiser and robbed the Cumberland Farms store. (Maine State Police via AP)
The Latest: Reward offered in death of Maine deputyThe FBI is offering $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of a man sought in the killing of a deputy
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Mormon church kicks out man who supervised young womenThe Mormon church says a man supervising young missionaries in Puerto Rico was removed from the post and kicked out of the religion after female missionaries reported behavior that was "immoral and sinful."
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Charles Pickett Jr. listens to testimony during his murder trial, Wednesday, April 25, 2018, in Kalamazoo, Mich. Pickett is accused of driving under the influence of drugs and faces second-degree murder charges for plowing into a group of bicyclists in Cooper Township in June 2016.  (Mark Bugnaski /Kalamazoo Gazette-MLive Media Group via AP)
Testimony concludes in fatal Michigan bike crash trialTestimony has concluded after defense attorneys declined to call any witnesses in the trial of a Michigan motorist accused of running down nine bicyclists, killing five of them.
The Associated Press3 hours ago
FILE - In this June 18, 2014, file photo, a detainee sits in a holding cell at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing facility in Brownsville, Texas. The Associated Press has learned that a Senate subcommittee has found that the government risks placing migrant children in the custody of human traffickers because federal agencies have delayed crucial reforms needed to keep the children safe. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, Pool, File)
Federal agency says it lost track of 1,475 migrant childrenA Senate subcommittee has found that federal officials lost track of nearly 1,500 migrant children last year after a government agency placed the minors in the custody of adult sponsors in communities nationwide
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Police: Teacher who dated student charged with a sex crimeAuthorities say an Ohio teacher who filed a harassment complaint against an 18-year-old student with whom she said she'd had a relationship has been charged with a sex crime
The Associated Press3 hours ago
FILE - In this June 18, 2014, file photo, a detainee sits in a holding cell at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection processing facility in Brownsville, Texas. The Associated Press has learned that a Senate subcommittee has found that the government risks placing migrant children in the custody of human traffickers because federal agencies have delayed crucial reforms needed to keep the children safe. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, Pool, File)
The Latest: Fed agency says it lost track of migrant kidsA bipartisan Senate subcommittee has found that the government risks placing migrant children in the custody of human traffickers because federal agencies have delayed crucial reforms needed to keep the children safe
The Associated Press3 hours ago
Water exec: Uncertain mix of chemicals from consumer tapsA public water utility that studied what it was serving its 200,000 North Carolina customers is finding multiple unregulated industrial chemicals with uncertain health effects, including some university researchers didn't know existed
The Associated Press4 hours ago
Meredith Chapman Killer Sought Advice on NextdoorThe woman who allegedly murdered her husband’s suspected lover before killing herself had apparently sought information on marriage counseling and divorce attorneys on Nextdoor, a social networking site. "I just transferred to Delaware in December for my Husband's new job, and he's telling me he wants a divorce," Jennair Gerardot...
Newser4 hours ago
FILE - This undated booking file photo provided by the Sugar Land Police Department shows Chimene Onyeri. A federal jury in Texas has found Onyeri guilty of several charges relating to a 2015 assassination attempt on a judge outside her home. Jurors Thursday, April 26, 2018, found Onyeri guilty of multiple counts of fraud, racketeering and other charges. Prosecutors say Onyeri as part of a racketeering enterprise shot state District Judge Julie Kocurek as she was in an SUV returning to her home. (Sugar Land Police Department via AP, File)
Texas man accused of trying to kill judge found guiltyA federal jury in Texas has found a 30-year-old man guilty of several charges relating to a 2015 assassination attempt on a judge outside her home
The Associated Press4 hours ago
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