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Library at school for girls in Pakistan named for bin Laden

Preacher who runs the school wanted to honor memory of the al Qaeda leader

Insurgents in Ukraine not giving up weapons even after Geneva agreement

No change on the ground after Geneva agreement calls on insurgents in Ukraine to give up their weapons

Climbing Mount Everest: once lonely, now crowded, but always treacherous

First American to reach summit recalls his climb -- a contrast, one expert says, from the present commercialization of Everest

Farmers in drought-stricken California get some good news

Third dry year in a row has led to water restrictions for farmers, cities

Obama administration delays Keystone XL pipeline review

The State Department is extending indefinitely the amount of time federal agencies have to review the controversial pipeline

Pot shop pulls edibles from shelves following deadly shooting

The Denver shop that sold marijuana-infused candy and a pre-rolled joint to Richard Kirk in the hours before police say he killed his wife has made changes to what they sell

Mich. judge to convicted killer: "I hope you die in prison"

"If this was a death penalty state, you'd be getting the chair," Mich. judge tells woman convicted of murdering her boyfriend

Man charged in Kansas City-area highway shootings

Mohammed Whitaker, 27, has been charged with nine separate counts of armed criminal action, in addition to seven counts of shooting into a motor vehicle and an additional two for injuring people

Watch: Courtroom outburst following guilty verdict against Iraqi man

A San Diego jury found Kassim Alhimidi, 49, guilty of first-degree murder in the death of his estranged wife, prompting an outburst from family members

Wisconsin residents blame fracking for a boom in sand mining facilities

Residents fear mining for special sand used in controversial drilling technique is ruining their farmland and affecting their health

Buckholts football player Dannie McGill signed his letter of intent to play football at Wayland Baptist University this week.

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The Cameron Yoe Booster Club is selling 2013 State Championship Football Plaques. The cost of the plaques are $35 and can be bought from Coach Rhoades in the Fieldhouse. Only 50 were purchased and there is only 14 left.

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