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King Salmon Vanishing in Alaska, Smokehouses Empty

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Yukon River smokehouses should be filled this summer with oil-rich strips of king salmon - long used by Alaska Natives as a high-energy food to get through the long Alaska winters. But they're mostly empty.

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Liberians in AZ Worry about Backlash in Rape Case

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Leaders of Arizona's Liberian community said Sunday they're worried about stereotypes of the West African nation and potential backlash against its people in the aftermath of an 8-year-old girl's alleged rape by four boys.

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AP Newsman Rory Marshall Dead at 54

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Rory Marshall, an editor on The Associated Press' West regional desk, has died of complications from lung cancer at age 54.

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Flight from Mich. to NY Lands Safely After Alert

Posted: 08/02/2009 - A flight carrying 50 people from Detroit to Rochester, N.Y., has landed safely after a sensor indicated that a fire extinguisher in the plane's cargo bay went off.

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LaHood: Car Rebates Will Stop Unless Senate Acts

Posted: 08/02/2009 - The Obama administration will suspend the "cash for clunkers" program unless the Senate provides $2 billion more for the popular car incentive plan, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Sunday.

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Budget Woes Challenge Day-Labor Centers

Posted: 08/02/2009 - Until a day-labor center opened nearby, jobseekers in Keenan Strand's north Phoenix neighborhood used to drink from people's hoses, urinate on walls and duck behind bushes to escape triple-digit heat while waiting for work.

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Boise Police Search Home in Missing Boy Case

Posted: 08/01/2009 - Police have searched a rental home in southwest Boise and closed off a section of a landfill as they look for an 8-year-old boy who went missing more than a week ago.

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Gates Racial Drama Ensnares Minor Characters, Too

Posted: 08/01/2009 - They weren't invited to the Rose Garden to hoist beers with President Barack Obama, yet their lives have been turned upside-down by the encounter between a black Harvard scholar and a white Cambridge, Mass., police officer.

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Congress Trying to Save 'Cash for Clunkers' Sales

Updated: 07/31/2009 - The House raced Friday to pass legislation pouring an additional $2 billion into the popular - but financially strapped - "cash for clunkers" car purchase program.

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Pregnant Women 1st in Line for Swine Flu Vaccine

Posted: 07/29/2009 - A government panel has recommended that certain groups be placed at the front of the line for swine flu vaccinations this fall, including pregnant women, health care workers, and children six months and older.

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