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Organ donations from baby who lived only 1 day help research

COLUMBUS (AP) — Noah Calhoon's cooing was interrupted by a hiccup, and his parents knew the time was near.
Kelly and Adam Calhoon held their newborn, and they told him it was OK.
"You don't need to struggle," his parents told him. "You've done what you came to do."
The Worthington couple had brough ... (full story)


Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr pleads not guilty to rape

Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr pleads not guilty to rape

VISTA, Calif. (AP) — Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. was jailed without bail Friday after pleading not guilty to multiple counts of kidnapping, rape and other charges.
The 34-year-old Winslow was ordered to return to San Diego County Superior Court on June 25 for a preliminary hearing.
If convicted, Winslow could ... (full story)


2 gamers plead not guilty in Kansas 'swatting' death

2 gamers plead not guilty in Kansas 'swatting' death

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Two online gamers whose dispute over a $1.50 Call of Duty WWII video game bet allegedly led police to fatally shoot a Kansas man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges in a "swatting" case that drew national attention.
Casey Viner, 18, of North College Hill, Ohio, and Shane Gaskill, 19, of Wi ... (full story)


Ohio bill aims to protect nurses from mandatory overtime

CLEVELAND (AP) — A measure that will prohibit hospitals in Ohio from disciplining or firing nurses who refuse overtime is being considered by the state Legislature. A nursing group said this bill will help protect nurses from fatigue and burnout and ultimately protect their patients.
The Ohio House approved the measure earl ... (full story)


Lawsuits: Congressional maps dilute black voters in 3 states

Lawsuits: Congressional maps dilute black voters in 3 states

A Democratic political group launched a legal campaign Wednesday to create additional majority-minority congressional districts in three Southern states, claiming the current maps discriminate against black voters.
Attorneys filed separate federal lawsuits in Alabama, Georgia and Louisiana, challenging congressional maps lawmaker ... (full story)