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Feb 21,2008
DENVER - The only person under sentence of death in Colorado has filed a new appeal with a federal judge.Nathan Dunlap, 33, was convicted in 1996 of shooting five employees at a Chuck E. Cheese's in Aurora, killing four of them. Dunlap had been fired from the restaurant and returned to rob it. In their appeal, Dunlap's current lawyers argue that one of the lawyers who handled his trial had a conflict of interest because he ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
Fifteen children on board a Bend-La Pine school bus hit by an SUV Wednesday afternoon were unharmed, but the bus driver may have suffered an injury to her hand, deputies reported. Deschutes County Sheriff’s Sgt. Ronny Dozier and Deputy Kevin Williams said that Stephen Ross Miller, 18, of La Pine, was backing his Nissan Pathfinder out of a residential driveway on Lost Ponderosa Road near Burgess Road in La Pine about 3:10 p.m. when he ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
Oregon's ability to respond to a public health emergency has dramatically improved since 2001, when federal funds for that purpose began to flow to states across the nation, according to a national report released Wednesday. The report, compiled by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, shows Oregon has made progress in the areas of disease detection and investigation, laboratory testing capabilities and planning, training, and exercising. The CDC does not rank states, instead ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
ARCH CAPE, Ore. -- Oregon Parks and Recreation Department staff removed a pair of historic cannons from the beach near Arch Cape on February 19. The cannon were discovered by beach visitors over the weekend, and had been revealed by extreme low tides and the natural loss of beach sand due to winter storms.   Historic cannons found on Oregon beach Park staff, under the supervision of state archaeologist Dennis Griffin, transported each of the 800-1,000 pound ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
EVANSTON, Ill. -- The dean of Northwestern University's journalism school in Illinois apologized to faculty and students for using unidentified sources in an alumni magazine.John Lavine, dean of the Medill School of Journalism, said again the quotes were authentic but he used "poor judgment" in not naming the two students he quoted anonymously in columns published last year, the Chicago Tribune reported Thursday.A student journalist at the Daily Northwestern had called the quotes into question."I ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
WASHINGTON -- Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said Thursday he was "disappointed" by a published report questioning his relationship with a lobbyist eight years ago.The New York Times published an article about the Republican presidential hopeful's relationship with lobbyist Vicki Iseman, whose clients had business before the Senate Commerce Committee, of which McCain was chairman."I'm very disappointed in The New York Times piece. It's not true," said McCain, who said he and Iseman were "friends" and ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
NEW YORK -- Declaring it's "time to get real," Sen. Hillary Clinton says Sen. Barack Obama, her rival for the Democratic nomination, is not ready to be president.It was a signal of a new, tougher offensive as the crucial March 4 Texas and Ohio primaries near, the Washington Post said. Obama primary victories Tuesday in Wisconsin and Hawaii pushed the Illinois senator further ahead in the delegate count.The two are scheduled to debate Thursday night ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. military used a 10-second window to fire a missile from a U.S. Navy warship and intercept a broken spy satellite about 150 miles above the Earth.Land-, air-, sea- and spaced-based sensors confirms the non-functioning National Reconnaissance Office satellite, in its final orbits before entering the Earth's atmosphere, was intercepted, the U.S. Defense Department said in a news release. The blast Wednesday night broke the space hardware into pieces, some estimated to ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
CALGARY, Alberta -- A Calgary, Alberta, nightclub owner has been ordered to stop scanning patrons' drivers licenses as a security measure, the Calgary Herald reported.Despite praise and encouragement from city police, Alberta Privacy Commissioner Frank Work said the practice at Paul Vickers' Penny Lane Entertainment group had to stop, as there was no evidence the data collection served "as a deterrent to violent behavior."He also ordered all data collected be destroyed, the Herald said.Vickers installed ... [full story]
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Feb 21,2008
LONDON -- The coroner hearing the inquest into the death of British Princess Diana has been urged to conclude his inquiry after secret service agents are called.Senior peers and members of Parliament asked Lord Justice Scott Baker to reconsider his decision to summon 10 members of the British MI6 intelligence service, to give evidence, The Times of London reported.George Foulkes, a member of the Intelligence and Security Committee, called the move "a total waste of ... [full story]
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