- GWU medical school no longer accepting donated bodies Updated: Feb-07-16 4:23 pm
WASHINGTON - George Washington University medical school officials say they've stopped accepting donated bodies for a program at the school because they're unable to identify some cadavers they already have.
- Christie, others hit final stretch in New Hampshire Updated: Feb-07-16 4:06 pm
HAMPTON, New Hampshire - It's less than two days until New Hampshire voters go to the polls. But Hillary Clinton is in Michigan. And other candidates, even Jeb Bush, say their campaigns will go on no matter how they do on Tuesday. Donald Trump says he doesn't need to win New Hampshire, anyway.
- Avery Bradley's 25 points helps Celtics beat Kings 128-119 Updated: Feb-07-16 3:31 pm
- Advocates plan trafficking awareness efforts ahead of RNC Updated: Feb-07-16 3:12 pm
CLEVELAND - Social service organizations and law enforcement agencies are planning a campaign to raise awareness of a possible increase in forced prostitution and labor trafficking while crowds are in Cleveland for the upcoming Republican National Convention.
- UW Union ranked No. 27 in nation for student involvement Updated: Feb-07-16 3:04 pm
LARAMIE, Wyoming - The University of Wyoming Union has been recognized as ranking among the nation's top college student unions and campus centers.
- Controversy over how to teach kids about 'comfort women' Updated: Feb-07-16 3:03 pm
LOS ANGELES - Guidelines for California educators on how to teach history students about women used as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during World War II have prompted debate and petitions in Japanese and Korean communities here and abroad.
- Lake County effort aims to keep juveniles out of jail Updated: Feb-07-16 3:02 pm
CROWN POINT, Indiana - An effort in Lake County seeks to keep juvenile offenders out of jail by providing them with alternatives.
- Kansas Children's Cabinet members criticize leader Updated: Feb-07-16 2:56 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - Members of the Kansas Children's Cabinet have criticized the leader of their group for excluding them from recent funding recommendations for early childhood programs.
- Newark police report 48 percent crime drop since '06 Updated: Feb-07-16 2:49 pm
NEWARK, Delaware - The Newark Police Department says crime in the city has decreased by 48 percent since 2006.
- Former Seattle IRS agent to face trial on bribery charge Updated: Feb-07-16 2:38 pm
SEATTLE - A former IRS agent in Seattle is set to face trial this week on accusations that he solicited and received a $20,000 bribe from a medical marijuana dispensary.
- Court rules UW apartment complex tax-exempt Updated: Feb-07-16 2:33 pm
LARAMIE, Wyoming - A district judge has sided with the University of Wyoming in the college's dispute over property taxes on a student apartment complex.
- Teacher placed on leave for alleged student relationship Updated: Feb-07-16 2:18 pm
HAMDEN, Connecticut - A teacher at a college preparatory school has been placed on paid administrative leave following allegations she had an inappropriate relationship with a high school student.
- Iraq says planned Baghdad wall not change demographics Updated: Feb-07-16 2:17 pm
BAGHDAD - A spokesman for Iraq's prime minister said Sunday that a security wall is being built around Baghdad but that it is "not politically motivated" or aimed at "achieving demographic change."
- Confronting the 'heroin tsunami' in Kootenai County, Idaho Updated: Feb-07-16 2:17 pm
POST FALLS, Idaho - Crushing news came shortly after Cindy Schaffner heard sirens just a few blocks from her Post Falls home.
- Pope Francis visit to celebrate Mexico's indigenous church Updated: Feb-07-16 1:53 pm
SAN CRISTOBAL DE LAS CASAS, Mexico - Pope Francis' visit to the heavily indigenous Mexican state of Chiapas appears aimed at celebrating the region's "Indian church," a mix of Catholicism and indigenous culture once considered a thorn in the side of standard liturgy by the Vatican.
- Probation for Jefferson City man in university lockdown Updated: Feb-07-16 1:44 pm
JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri - A Jefferson City man has been placed on unsupervised probation after he pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a 2014 lockdown at central Missouri campus.
- U of Cincinnati hires police consultant after fatal shooting Updated: Feb-07-16 1:06 pm
CINCINNATI - The University of Cincinnati has hired an outside consultant for nearly $400,000 to review its police department for reforms in the aftermath of an officer's fatal shooting of a motorist during a traffic stop over a missing front license plate.
- Several projects in works at southwest North Dakota schools Updated: Feb-07-16 1:01 pm
DICKINSON, North Dakota - Several schools in southwestern North Dakota are in the midst of or have plans for major construction projects.
- Local school counselor represents state at White House event Updated: Feb-07-16 12:53 pm
ELKVIEW, West Virginia - A Kanawha County school counselor was recognized for his work at a recent White House function.
- Bledsoe case influences bill requiring taped interrogations Updated: Feb-07-16 12:49 pm
TOPEKA, Kansas - Law enforcement would be required to record some interrogations under a bill influenced by the case of a Kansas man who spent nearly 16 years behind bars for a killing his brother eventually admitted to committing.
- Stafford citizens form multicultural coalition Updated: Feb-07-16 12:47 pm
STAFFORD, Virginia - Allen Goad's commute home July 3, 2015, left him alarmed and angry.
- 2 Kansas universities give campus sex-offender lists online Updated: Feb-07-16 12:38 pm
WICHITA, Kansas - While two universities in Kansas provide online lists of registered sex offenders enrolled or employed on campus, most require that the basic information be provided directly by campus police.
- Williston district to hold bond referendum on new school Updated: Feb-07-16 12:35 pm
WILLISTON, North Dakota - A school district in Williston is holding a bond referendum on a new school as officials seek to alleviate overcrowding amid student enrollment growth.
- Singer, widow of Marcus Belgrave holding benefit concert Updated: Feb-07-16 12:28 pm
DETROIT - The widow of internationally acclaimed jazz trumpeter Marcus Belgrave has launched a scholarship in his name with a benefit concert featuring some of his well-known protÃ©gÃ©s.
- Lawmakers to take up bill recognizing hate crimes Updated: Feb-07-16 12:24 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Forty-five states have hate crime laws, but Indiana isn't one of them.