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Marshal snared in excessive force, groping scandals gone from court

Steve Rushfield, a Family Court marshal at the center of an FBI investigation into allegations of excessive force and other misconduct, has been let go, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.

 
Big storm brings new worries to California

The first wave of a powerful Pacific storm spread rain and snow early Friday through much of California, where communities endangered by a wildfire just weeks ago now faced the threat of mud and debris flows.

 
Obama warns Russia about intervening in Ukraine

President Barack Obama is warning Russia there will be costs if Russia intervenes militarily in Ukraine.

 
Man wakes up inside body bag at funeral home

Workers at a Mississippi funeral home say they found a man alive and kicking when they opened a body bag.

 
Jason Collins meets with Matthew Shepard’s parents

After his game against the Denver Nuggest Thursday Jason Collins, the first openly gay athlete in America’s four major sports, met with the parents of Matthew Shepard, who was tortured and murdered in 1998 because he was gay.

 
11 airplane-based movies more entertaining than ‘Non-Stop’

In “Non-Stop,” Liam Neeson stars as an air marshal on a New York-to-London flight who starts receiving text messages from someone on the plane threatening to kill one of the passengers every 20 minutes until $150 million is wired to a bank account.

 
Nevada on short list for $5 billion Tesla battery factory

Nevada is on a short list of states, along with New Mexico, Arizona and Texas, that could become home to a massive, $5 billion Tesla Motors battery plant, the electric car manufacturer said Wednesday.

 
Reid: Koch brothers ‘as un-American as anyone that I can imagine’

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid criticized a pair of billionaire brothers in unusually harsh terms Wednesday, accusing the conservative duo of being “un-American,” spreading lies about President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul and lacking a conscience.

 
Driver survives 400-foot plunge into canyon

Firefighters rescued a 39-year-old woman Wednesday morning after she drove off the road and plunged 400 feet into a canyon in Orange County.

 
‘Religious freedom’ bill vetoed by Arizona governor

Gov. Jan Brewer on Wednesday vetoed a Republican bill that set off a national debate over gay rights, religion and discrimination and subjected Arizona to blistering criticism from major corporations and political leaders from both parties.

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