Sheriff uses lasso to rescue deer from frozen pond

Sheriff uses lasso to rescue deer from frozen pond

Using a common Western ranch and rodeo skill, two Wyoming sheriff's deputies lassoed a deer that had fallen through ice and pulled it to safety.
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Minneapolis mayor wants mentors for new officers

Minneapolis mayor wants mentors for new officers

In an interview with The Associated Press as part of its AP Newsmakers series, Frey says the city wants to make sure that the training new officers get isn't undermined once they go into the field.
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Biden skips Dem's Milwaukee nominating convention

Biden skips Dem's Milwaukee nominating convention

Joe Biden will not travel to Milwaukee to accept the Democratic presidential nomination because of concerns over the coronavirus, party officials said Wednesday, signaling a move to a convention that essentially has become entirely virtual.
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Chicago schools will have remote classes this fall

Chicago schools will have remote classes this fall

Chicago officials say the nation's third largest school district will rely on remote instruction to start the school year because of coronavirus. Students won't return to school buildings until November, at the earliest.
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Michigan governor takes steps to combat racism

Michigan governor takes steps to combat racism

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announces additional steps to combat racism, declaring it a public health crisis
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Coronavirus ravages Mississippi Indian reservation

Coronavirus ravages Mississippi Indian reservation

As confirmed coronavirus cases skyrocket in Mississippi, the state’s only federally recognized American Indian tribe has been devastated. COVID-19 has ripped through Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indian families.
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For Liam Neeson and son, ‘Made in Italy’ was a family affair

For Liam Neeson and son, ‘Made in Italy’ was a family affair

Liam Neeson and son Micheal Richardson remember late wife and mother, Natasha Richardson. The two act opposite each other in new comedy drama, "Made in Italy."
Cleanup underway at Camp Lejeune after Isaias

Cleanup underway at Camp Lejeune after Isaias

Marines and contract workers are leading the cleanup efforts at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune following Hurricane Isaias.
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Utter devastation after huge explosion in Beirut

Utter devastation after huge explosion in Beirut

Residents of Beirut confronted a scene of utter devastation on Wednesday, a day after a massive explosion at the port rippled across the Lebanese capital, killing at least 100 people, wounding thousands.
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AP Top Stories August 5

AP Top Stories August 5

Here's the latest for Tuesday August 5th: Trump backs mail voting in Florida battleground; Fireworks, ammonium nitrate likely fueled Beirut explosion; Districts go round and round on school bus reopening plans; A London museum prepares to reopen.
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Kiefer Sutherland says people will be "dancing" back to work

Kiefer Sutherland says people will be "dancing" back to work

Actor Kiefer Sutherland, who says he's been receiving scripts that would allow for social distancing on set
Today in History for August 5th

Today in History for August 5th

Highlights of this day in history: Actress Marilyn Monroe dies; Cornerstone laid for the Statue of Liberty's pedestal; 'American Bandstand' debuts on network TV; Actors Richard Burton and Alec Guinness die.
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Museums are "good for the soul"

Museums are "good for the soul"

The V&A in London prepares to reopen after pandemic shutdown - offering up cultural treasures, artworks and hand sanitiser.
On This Day: 5 August 2009

On This Day: 5 August 2009

In 2009, singer Steven Tyler fell off the stage during an Aerosmith show in South Dakota.
ShowBiz Minute: Young, Jay-Z, Mulan

ShowBiz Minute: Young, Jay-Z, Mulan

Neil Young sues Trump campaign, deriding use of famous tunes; Roc Nation partners with Brooklyn’s LIU to launch new school; Disney to release 'Mulan' on streaming service, for a price.
'We are no less American:' Virus at Texas border

'We are no less American:' Virus at Texas border

'We are no less American:' Virus at Texas border
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Trump offers 'sympathies, assistance' to Lebanon

Trump offers 'sympathies, assistance' to Lebanon

President Donald Trump offered his "deepest sympathies" to the people of Lebanon after more than 70 people were killed and more than 3,000 were injured in the huge explosion that rocked Beirut.
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Trump backs mail in voting in Florida battleground

Trump backs mail in voting in Florida battleground

In an abrupt reversal, President Donald Trump now is encouraging voters in the critical swing state of Florida to vote by mail after months of criticizing the practice.
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Lupe Fiasco, Virgil Abloh create ‘Shoes’ for Ahmaud Arbery

Lupe Fiasco, Virgil Abloh create ‘Shoes’ for Ahmaud Arbery

Lupe recruited longtime friend and current artistic director of Louis Vuitton's men's wear, Virgil Abloh, for a song called “Shoes” dedicated to Ahmaud Arbery.
Olympian Jeremy Bloom talks about athlete friend's suicide in new doc

Olympian Jeremy Bloom talks about athlete friend's suicide in new doc

Olympian Jeremy Bloom talks about athlete friend's suicide in new doc
'Olympic athletes are dying:' Doc sheds light on suicide among Olympians

'Olympic athletes are dying:' Doc sheds light on suicide among Olympians

'Olympic athletes are dying:' Doc sheds light on suicide among Olympians
Astronauts on return to Earth in Dragon capsule

Astronauts on return to Earth in Dragon capsule

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley discuss their return to Earth, two days after returning from orbit on SpaceX's dragon capsule.
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Trump's claims of mail-in voter fraud disputed

Trump's claims of mail-in voter fraud disputed

Voters in five US states go to the polls Tuesday as election security experts say there is no evidence of widespread voter fraud through mail-in voting.
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AP Top Stories August 4

AP Top Stories August 4

Here's the latest for Tuesday August 4th: Isaias strikes the US East Coast; Huge explosion rocks Beirut; UN Chief warms of educational catastrophe; Miner finds third rare gem in a month.
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Slight progress as urgency grows on virus relief

Slight progress as urgency grows on virus relief

Senate Minority leader Senator Chuck Schumer told reporters "we are not going to give up. We are not going to walk away," as negotiations continue on a huge coronavirus relief bill.
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