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Feds: 4 from MS-13 indicted in 10 Las Vegas-area killings

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Four accused members of the violent MS-13 gang have been indicted in Las Vegas on racketeering conspiracy charges stemming from 10 killings and abductions that police and the FBI identified in 2018, federal prosecutors said Wednesday
Calvin Johnson aims to change game with cannabis business

Calvin Johnson aims to change game with cannabis business

WEBBERVILLE, Mich. (AP) — Calvin Johnson is simply in awe that he will soon join Jim Brown and Gale Sayers as Pro Football Hall of Famers inducted at 35 years old or younger.

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DETROIT PRIMARY-MAYOR Detroit mayor faces primary field in bid for 3rd term DETROIT (AP) — Mike Duggan is seeking his third consecutive term as Detroit’s mayor, facing off in the city’s primary against a group that includes several challengers famili

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VIRUS OUTBREAK-MICHIGAN More Michigan counties enter higher risk virus threat LANSING, Mich.

Murder trial starts over fatal shooting of Tennessee deputy

NASHVILLE, Tenn.

Canadian trucker freed, says he's victim of marijuana scam

DETROIT (AP) — Federal prosecutors have dropped charges, at least for now, against a Canadian trucker who was arrested at the U.S.

Mohawk Council of Kanesatake elects new grand chief for first time in 10 years

MONTREAL — Newly elected Kanesatake Grand Chief Victor Bonspille says he wants to bring positive change in the Kanien'kehá:ka (Mohawk) community, west of Montreal.
New Louisiana abortion, policing, marijuana laws take effect

New Louisiana abortion, policing, marijuana laws take effect

BATON ROUGE, La.
South Dakota's Noem doesn't plan to ratchet up vaccine push

South Dakota's Noem doesn't plan to ratchet up vaccine push

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota Gov.

Illinois reports winners of 55 marijuana licenses in lottery

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — There are 55 winners of Illinois’ lottery for licenses to operate marijuana retail stores officials said Thursday, but the licenses can’t be awarded until a judge rules on a challenge to the process.