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The Lake News Online
Updated at 5:42 AM

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) " The Latest on a university educator mauled by a bear in Alaska (all times local):

Updated at 5:38 AM

SALEM, Ore. (AP) " Oregon raked in $3.48 million from January recreational pot sales " the first month of the state's 25 percent tax " far outpacing the $3 million projected for the entire year.

Updated at 5:31 AM

MIAMI (AP) " Heat star Dwyane Wade often can be heard saying at playoff time that a series hasn't truly started until somebody wins on the home floor of its opponent.

Updated at 4:54 AM

TOKYO (AP) " The latest scientific assessment paints a likely bleak future for the Pacific bluefin tuna, a sushi lovers' favorite whose population has dropped by more than 97 percent from its historic levels.

Updated at 4:51 AM

OAK LAWN, Ill. (AP) " It happens every day to the most vulnerable infants in hospital intensive care units: fragile babies born way too soon are poked, prodded and jabbed as part of medical care meant to help them survive " and it can be...

Updated at 3:36 AM

SALEM, Ore. (AP) " The legal pot industry has long been known for operating the old fashioned way " in cash.

Updated at 3:34 AM

KUWAIT CITY (AP) " Oil unions in Kuwait ended a three-day strike over government cutbacks, authorities said Wednesday, though it remained unclear what concessions may have been granted to the workers amid low global crude prices.

Updated at 3:33 AM

BOSTON (AP) " An archaeological dig at the boyhood home of Malcolm X in Boston has turned up some surprising findings, but not necessarily related to the early life of the slain civil rights activist.

Updated at 3:22 AM

SEATTLE (AP) " Two brothers wanted in the disappearance and presumed slayings of a Washington state couple have been charged with first-degree murder, and authorities believe they may be heading for the Mexican border.

Updated at 3:21 AM

SALEM, Ore. (AP) " Banking remains a major hurdle for the legal marijuana industry, but new federal data suggest that's beginning to change.

Updated at 3:09 AM

HAVANA (AP) " The former guerrilla fighters who founded Cuba's single-party government will hold power for years to come after a twice-a-decade Communist Party congress kept President Raul Castro and his hardline deputy in the top leadership...

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