The Latest: 1 dead, others injured in Wisconsin pileup

Authorities say one person is dead and several others injured after a pileup on an interstate in east-central Wisconsin
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Southern storms, flooding, tornado in east Mississippi city

Severe storms rake the South amid days of drenching rains and a tornado shatters businesses in east Mississippi city of Columbus; no immediate reports of any de
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I-40 closed, homes threatened by floods in the US South

Homes, highways, parks and bridges throughout the South flooded or out of commission amid days of drenching rains; threat of severe storms continues
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North Dakota's 1st medical marijuana dispensary set to open

North Dakota's first medical marijuana dispensary is scheduled to open next week in Fargo
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Interstates reopen in North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation has reopened sections of the interstates and highways that were previously closed due to blizzard conditions
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The Latest: Snowplows pulled in eastern North Dakota

State transportation officials say snowplows are being pulled from highways in eastern North Dakota as a blizzard sweeps through the area
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Blackface photo is a reminder of Virginia's racist history

Virginia's turbulent racial history has been put on display as a result of controversies facing two of the state's top Democratic leaders
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Schools, government offices delay opening due to snow

Heavy snow and gusty winds are making travel difficult in North Dakota
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Blackface scandal spotlights deeply embedded racism in US

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is rejecting calls to step down after a blackface scandal
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National Comedy Center to display Kovacs material

The National Comedy Center will give the public its first glimpse of creative papers and artifacts that belonged to the late comedian Ernie Kovacs
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North Dakota begins issuing medical marijuana cards

North Dakota has begun issuing medical marijuana cards to patients and caregivers, after nearly two years of work implementing a distribution system for the dru
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Man run over by landscaping equipment dies

Police say a man has died after he was run over by landscaping equipment in Rhode Island
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Airplane boardings increase in North Dakota in 2018

Nearly 1.1 million people boarded an airplane at one of the eight commercial airports in North Dakota last year, a 5 percent increase over 2017
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Database chronicles 400 Years of Virginia House of Delegates

A singer crooned "La Paloma" as a Norfolk crowd showered two "legislative debutantes" with flowers and sent them off to the Virginia House of Delegates in 1924.
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Northam pitches policy plan, urges cooperation

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam is calling on lawmakers to raise teacher pay and extend tax breaks to low-income families
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Virginia lawmakers kick off 2019 legislative session

Virginia lawmakers are set to kick off the 2019 legislative session and Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam will update lawmakers on the state of the Commonwealth
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Police: Driver attacks car with hatchet in road rage case

Police in western New York say a 19-year-old man attacked a car with a hatchet after becoming enraged at the other driver
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Storm whips up blizzards, dumps snow in Dakotas, Minnesota

Post-holiday travelers were finding driving difficult as a winter storm dumped heavy snow and whipped up gusty winds across parts of the Dakotas and Minnesota o
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The Latest: Nearly a foot of snow in western Minnesota

A winter storm has dumped nearly a foot of snow in western Minnesota as it sweeps across the Upper Midwest
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Tribe seeks to build Virginia's first casino in Norfolk

Discussions under way between a Virginia Indian tribe and officials in the Hampton Roads region to build state's first casino
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Tribe could build Virginia's first casino in Norfolk

Discussions are underway between a Virginia Indian tribe and officials in the Hampton Roads region to build the state's first casino
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North Dakota Farmers Union re-elects President Mark Watne

Velva farmer Mark Watne will lead the North Dakota Farmers Union for another year
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Morningside QB Solsma leads AP NAIA All-America Team

Morningside quarterback Trent Solsma, who has guided his team to the national championship game, leads the Associated Press NAIA All-America team
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Police: Deputy shoots man wielding sharp object and a 2x4

Police in Virginia say a sheriff's deputy shot a man wielding a sharp object and a 2x4 plank of wood
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