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  • Cincinnati police officer indicted in shooting death of black man

    University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing's body camera shows his handgun drawn in CincinnatiA University of Cincinnati police officer was indicted on Wednesday on murder charges in the fatal shooting last week of an unarmed black motorist who was stopped because of a missing front license plate. Ray Tensing, the 25-year-old white officer who shot Dubose in the head, "wasn't dealing with someone who was wanted for murder," Deters told a news conference. "He was dealing with someone who didn't have a front license plate.


  • Planned Parenthood reports second website hack in a week

    The Planned Parenthood logo is pictured outside a clinic in BostonWebsites operated by Planned Parenthood and its political branch, Planned Parenthood Action, were clogged by a wide-scale "distributed denial-of-service," or DDoS, attack, the organization said. Service was restored shortly after the attack, but the group opted to keep its websites offline for the remainder of the day "to ensure that we are fully protected," Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, said in a statement. Visitors to Planned Parenthood sites, which serve some 200,000 people a day seeking information on reproductive health, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, parenting, abortion and other topics, were being redirected to its Facebook pages for the time being, Laguens said.


  • California wildfire forces evacuation of 500 people

    Sierra National Forest handout photo shows the Sierra Fire burning in the Sierra National Forest in CaliforniaBy Victoria Cavaliere LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A rapidly spreading brushfire burning in parched timberland north of San Francisco has forced the evacuation of 500 people and destroyed several buildings less than 12 hours after it broke out, fire officials said on Thursday. The blaze, named the "Rocky Fire", is one of a string of wildfires threatening homes and scorching parched wilderness in the U.S. West, where several regions have endured sustained drought. The Rocky Fire broke out Wednesday afternoon in Lake County, 110 miles (180 km) north of San Francisco.


  • AccuWeather: Heat warning, afternoon storms today

    AccuWeather: Heat warning, afternoon storms todayMeteorologist David Murphy says Friday will be hot, but much less humid.


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