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Roberta Albers walks around her home after the floodwaters start to recede at French Quarter Creek in Huger, S.C., Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015. French Quarter Creek is prone to flooding, but all residents who have lived there for several decades say this is the worst it has ever been.  (AP Photo/Mic Smith)
The Latest on storm: Divers find bodies of 2 missing peopleThe Latest on storm: Divers find bodies of 2 missing in South Carolina; death toll at 19
The Associated Press27 minutes ago
FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2015, file photo, Douglas County Deputy Sheriff Greg Kennerly, left, and Oregon State Trooper Tom Willis stand guard outside the apartment building where alleged Umpqua Community College gunman Chris Harper Mercer lived with his mother in Roseburg, Ore. The deadly shooting last week has an eerie parallel with the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School that killed 20 pupils and six adult staff members in 2012. Like Adam Lanza, the gunman in the Connecticut massacre, Christopher Harper-Mercer was living a mostly solitary life with a mom who shared his fascination with firearms. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)
The Latest: Oregon shooting victim released from hospitalThe Latest: Survivor of shooting at Oregon community college released from hospital
The Associated Press43 minutes ago
Candida Miller, left, and Brandon Snyder leave flowers at a site of a growing memorial to victims of the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. (AP Photo via Chris Pietsch/The Register-Guard)
Oregon gunman killed himself after police shot himProsecutor: Oregon college gunman killed himself inside classroom after 2 officers wounded him
The Associated Press20 minutes ago
California governor signs aggressive climate change billCalifornia governor signs bill calling for big boosts in renewable power, energy efficiency
The Associated Press1 hour ago
In this Sept. 16, 2015, photo, Kenneth Evans holds a composite of photographs of his son Tuan Evans, as he poses for a photograph at his home in Temple Hills, Md. Drug criminals once described by prosecutors as unrepentant repeat offenders are among those poised to benefit from new sentencing guidelines that are shrinking punishments for thousands of federal prisoners, according to an Associated Press review of court records.  Evans' son Tuan Evans is scheduled for early release from prison, the result of new sentencing guideline ranges that trim punishment lengths for convicted drug criminals. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Drug inmates with long rap sheets among those freed earlyThousands of drug criminals, including some with repeat offenses, approved for early release
The Associated Press1 hour ago


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