By MICHAEL BROWN and JOHN BROWN, Associated PressCLEVELAND (AP) The latest Ohio metro areas to emerge from the opioid epidemic: Columbus, Columbus, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland.
(AP/WISN) A Minnesota family is fighting for the right to raise their kids without fear of arrest for being in the country illegally.
The father, whose son has lived in the U.S. illegally for more than a decade, is hoping to use a Minnesota immigration law to help get him out.
NORTH CAROLINA The White House has released a list of 25 states it believes should be part of a border wall to prevent the flow of illegal immigrants into the U, including: FLORIDA, FLORID, FLA, FL, FLOKES, FLORE, FLOS ANGELES, MARYLAND, NEVADA, NEW JERSEY, ORLANDO, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CARROLL, TEXAS and WASHINGTON.
WESTERN VIRGINIA The U.K. government has confirmed that it has detained two British nationals in an investigation into alleged links to ISIS.
BENGHAZI, LibyaThe U-S.
military has sent the U-Maine basketball team to the Middle East, where they will compete in a game in Jordan on Sunday.
The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously on Sunday to condemn the violence in Libya, saying it has not been adequately investigated.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP / WISN-TV) A new Ohio state law will make it easier for police to investigate whether someone is driving without a license.
The law was signed Monday by Gov.
NEW YORK (AP Photo/Chris Keane) A man wearing a mask and wearing a fake mustache has been arrested for trying to smuggle a large amount of cocaine into New York City.
The NYPD says the man, who is a U.C.L.A. student, is charged with drug trafficking, conspiracy and unlawful entry.
He is in custody and is expected to appear in court on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP-WFAA) A judge ordered a $2.2 million settlement in the $60 million class-action lawsuit against the UConn football team over alleged sexual assault by a member of the team.
WASHINGTON (AP)-A federal judge in Washington has denied a request by a former student who says he was sexually assaulted by a professor at a private university.
The lawsuit, filed in October, said the former student was subjected to “unwelcome touching and sexual conduct” by professor Eric Roesch, who retired in 2013.