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AP Reveals Numerous Sex Assaults by Students

A yearlong investigation by The Associated Press finds roughly 17,000 official reports of sexual assaults by students in K-12 schools over a four-year period. The numbers are the most complete tally among the nation’s 50 million K-12 students. (May 1) – USA Today

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Churchill Downs Feeling Pinch of Worker Shortage

Horse racing’s most visible races are set to begin with the Kentucky Derby during the first week of May. The events are underscored by a concern about the future of immigrant workers who support the tracks. (May 1) – USA Today

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Detroit Police Officer Critically Wounded

A Detroit police officer responding to a call about a domestic dispute was critically injured when the man answering the door shot him in the head. Police say the officer and his partner fired at the suspect, who was pronounced dead at the scene. (May 1) – USA Today

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AP Top Stories May 1, 2017

Here’s the latest for Monday, May 1st: Congressional negotiators reach budget deal; Gunman kills one in San Diego pool party shooting; 4 Found shot dead in Topeka, Kansas; Deadly storms in Texas, South, Midwest. – USA Today

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Suspect Killed, Eight Others Shot in San Diego

Police say officers shot and killed an armed man suspected of shooting eight people Sunday at an apartment complex in San Diego. Several victims were critically wounded. Police were called after gunshots were reported around a swimming pool. (May 1) – USA Today

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Today in History for May 1st

President George W. Bush announces major combat has ended in Iraq; U2 spy plane shot down over Soviet Union; Empire State Building dedicated. (May 1) – USA Today

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Border Patrol finds 67 pounds of pot hidden inside casket

Border Patrol agents found marijuana masked by manure in hearse. – USA Today

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Fire chief, 2-year old among 14 killed by storms, floods in South and Midwest

Tornadoes or flooding hit areas including Texas,Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri and MIssissippi, while Kansas deals with a spring snow. – USA Today

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New ‘snitch’ allegations rock federal biker case

Evidence shows defendant in biker gang trial, Aref Nagi, served as a police informant. – USA Today

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IED near Mosul kills U.S. Army platoon leader

Platoon leader with the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division was killed Saturday. – USA Today

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Negotiators reach agreement to fund government, avoid shutdown

Congressional negotiators agree to fund the U.S. government through the end of September. – USA Today

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Fox in talks with Blackstone to buy Tribune

Report: 21st Century Fox in talks with Blackstone to launch a joint bid for Tribune Media. – USA Today

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4 ways to make food taste better without salt

Luckily reducing your salt intake isn’t that hard and doesn’t have to mean bland meals that bore your tastebuds. In this video you can learn about four ways to add flavor to your meals without sky-high sodium. – USA Today

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In one day, "It's gonna be May."

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Texas Gov. Describes Extent of Tornado Damage

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is calling on residents to help those affected by an deadly outbreak of tornadoes. He described the extent of the damage, which includes more than five thousand structures. (April 30) – USA Today

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What is May Day?

Tens of thousands of immigrants and their supporters in U.S. cities are set to protest Monday against immigration policies to mark May Day. The roots of May Day, or International Workers Day, stretch back over a century. – USA Today

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