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Oregon sheriff won’t ‘glorify’ mass killing by naming gunman

A day after the shooting at Umpqua Community College, residents of the quiet timber town are struggling to comprehend the deadliest mass killing this year in the U.S.


in Lifestyle

35 years, 0 sick days

An Alabama police officer is retiring with an astounding work record: He's never taken a sick day in 35 years.


in Music

Top 10: Concert tours

The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, and Luke Bryan are all bringing down the house and breaking the bank.


in National

Volkswagen emission scandal investigation to take months

The automaker says it will take longer than expected to investigate its rigging of vehicle emissions tests, raising the prospect of months of uncertainty for customers, shareholders, and staff.


in Weird

Wisconsin didn’t count lawn ornaments in deer tally

Wildlife officials are refuting a hoax suggesting they had mistakenly added deer lawn ornaments to the last two annual statewide deer tallies.


in Sports

‘Thrilla in Manila’ 40-year anniversary

Muhammad Ali won another round of love and appreciation for his achievements as a fighter in and out of the ring.


in Sports

Britain seeks NFL franchise in London within 5 years

Britain's treasury chief hopes the NFL will put a permanent franchise in London within five years.


in Sports

The surprising A-Rod, Yankees reach post-season

The New York Yankees reaching another post-season may seem like one of the most monotonous of baseball storylines, but not in 2015 and not with 40-year-old Alex Rodriguez leading the way.


in Entertainment

‘Serial’ podcast coming to TV

"The LEGO Movie" filmmakers Chris Miller and Phil Lord have signed on to adapt true crime podcast "Serial" for a new TV series.


in National

Millions of T-Mobile customers exposed in Experian breach

Experian, the world's biggest consumer credit monitoring firm, announced a massive data breach that exposed the personal data of 15 million people.


in Entertainment

L.A. prosecutors reviewing evidence against Bill Cosby

Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing sexual assault evidence against Bill Cosby, a county official said Thursday, pushing forward a case that could result in the first criminal charges against the comedian.


in Music

‘Black Simon & Garfunkel’ sing with a little help from the real Art Garfunkel

You've never heard The Weeknd's hit "I Can't Feel My Face" like this before.


in National

Hurricane pounds Bahamas, unlikely to be big threat to East Coast

A westerly shift in the forecast track of Joaquin spared the Carolinas, New York and New Jersey, where Sandy killed more than 120 people and caused $70 billion of property damage in October 2012.


in Sports

Friday’s Sports Minute

Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Friday, Oct. 2.


in Viral Videos, Weird

Do ‘it’ for Mom

If you won't do it for Denmark, maybe you'll do it for dear old mom.


in National

10 FOR TODAY: Friday, Oct. 2

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.


in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Oct. 2

A look back at the Hollywood headlines that made history.


in National

Dozens killed, wounded in Oregon community college shooting

A gunman opened fire on Thursday at a community college in Oregon, killing 13 people and wounding some 20 others, in the latest mass killing to rock a U.S. school.


in Entertainment

(Don’t) gimme a break

Some of us who love watching TV but hate watching commercials have gotten pretty good at using the remote to skip past ads during a show's playback.


in National

Hurricane Joaquin strengthens but U.S. landfall not certain

Hurricane Joaquin is gathering strength as it moves over the Bahamas and officials on the East Coast are gearing up for possible landfall, three years after Superstorm Sandy devastated New York and New Jersey.

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in Local

Farmington Officer Will Head to Trial in Shooting Death


A Farmington police officer will head to trial on charges of excessive force in the 2011 shooting of an Army veteran outside the town police station.

in Local

Drugs, Guns, Conservation Among Proposed Maine Legislation


Lawmakers and state agencies in Maine have submitted more than 400 requests for bills for the upcoming legislative session.

in Local

Police: Man Found Dead Overdosed on Computer Dust Cleaner


Maine's chief medical examiner says a man found dead near an Ellsworth storage building died from an overdose of computer dust cleaner.

in Local

LePage Administration Officials Decline to go Before Panel


Two members of the LePage administration are declining to appear before a legislative panel that's reviewing allegations Gov. Paul LePage threatened to withhold funding for a private school that tried to hire a political opponent.

in Local

Maine Gas Prices Decrease About 2 Cents in Past Week


Gas prices in Maine have fallen nearly 2 cents per gallon in the past week.


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