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Norwalk police train for 'suicide by cop' situations

- Associated Press

When confronted by a seemingly unstable person with a death wish, police officers become faced with the decision of defending themselves or deciding how to resolve the potentially lethal situation.

Baseball Capsules

- Associated Press

David Lough hit a game-ending homer in the 10th inning to cap a two-run rally against Koji Uehara, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 Saturday night to end a five-game losing streak.

Baseball manager's lifesaving legacy grows

- Associated Press

At the end of an island, in the back of a baseball field, on the fringe of obscurity, there is an unpretentious plaque dedicated to a man whose immeasurable legacy continues to grow.

Elvis' former high school football coach shares his memories

- Associated Press

Malcolm Phillips, 88, from Newton has long been associated with football and coaching around East Mississippi ever since he played football at East Central Community College in Decatur in the early 1940s.

UNC coach's recovery from leukemia incudes blueberry patch

- Associated Press

Less than two days before her six-month bone marrow biopsy check-up at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, Sylvia Hatchell - the winningest active coach in women's college basketball - was in her blueberry patch in Fairview.

Kentucky broadcasters honored at AP journalism awards

- Associated Press

The Kentucky Associated Press Broadcasters announced its News Excellence Awards for 2014 Saturday night in Lexington. The winners for outstanding broadcast journalism are listed below:

Budget gap looms over Hawaii medical school, cancer center

Associated Press

The University of Hawaii at Manoa medical school could lose its accreditation and its cancer center could no longer have its designation as a federal research center if the university isn't able to plug a $13 million budget hole, a report and business plan for the institutions has warned.

'To Kill a Mockingbird' play to go on under Harper Lee group

Associated Press

"To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee has started a nonprofit company that will produce a play about the book, ending a dispute that threatened to derail the long-running performance, a publishing group said Saturday.