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This undated photo provided by the Los Angeles Police Department shows 19-year-old Eloi Vasquez. The University of California, Berkeley, student went missing after he left a party near the University of Southern California campus in Los Angeles early Saturday, March 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Los Angeles Police Department)

Coroner awaits test results of soccer player hit by car

- Associated Press

The coroner's office said Tuesday it will await the results of blood and urine tests before determining what caused the death of a University of California, Berkeley, soccer player who was hit by a car on a Los Angeles freeway.

File - In this Jan. 12, 2015 file photo, Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey gives his state-of-the-state address as Arizona House speaker David Gowan, left rear, and Arizona Senate President Andy Biggs listen at the Capitol in Phoenix. Ducey faces several tough challenges in the coming weeks as he responds to Republican-passed bills on hot-button issues like abortion, guns and Common Core, presenting a dilemma as he seeks appeal to the conservative and pro-business wings of his party.(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

New Arizona governor avoids major GOP political fights

- Associated Press

Less than three months into the job, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey largely has managed to avoid making tough political decisions that could have alienated him from both wings of the Republican Party.

VA Secretary to Montana veterans: We need to do more

- Associated Press

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs needs to do more to make sure Montana veterans get the health care they need in a timely fashion, VA Secretary Robert McDonald told veterans in Helena on Tuesday.

Hospitals ask Connecticut lawmakers to replenish budget cuts

- Associated Press

Leaders of state hospitals urged state lawmakers Tuesday to replenish the cuts in Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget, predicting the suggested changes could lead to deep reductions in medical services and staff.

New research says Anne Frank likely died a month earlier

- Associated Press

Teenage Jewish diarist Anne Frank likely died of typhus in a Nazi concentration camp about a month earlier than previously thought, the Amsterdam museum that honors her memory said Tuesday on the 70th anniversary of the officially recognized date of her death.

News from around Wisconsin at 5:58 p.m. CDT

Associated Press

Four University of Wisconsin System schools are offering employees buyouts to help absorb their shares of a $300 million system-wide cut in Gov. Scott Walker's budget.

Florida senators meet with feds over health care money

- Associated Press

Amid growing budget discord that could derail this year's session of the Florida Legislature, Senate President Andy Gardiner dispatched two top Republican senators to Washington to talk with federal officials about more than $1 billion in health care grants the state could soon lose.

Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin, bottom, applauds after signing a bill requiring doctors in Oklahoma to check a new prescription drug database before prescribing certain addictive drugs, in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, March 31, 2015. Looking on are Oklahoma House Speaker Jeffrey Hickman, left, R-Fairview, state Rep. Doug Cox, center, R-Grove, and state Sen. A.J. Griffin, R-Guthrie. It the first bill she has signed this legislative session, and it will take effect Nov. 1. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

Fallin signs Oklahoma prescription drug database bill

- Associated Press

Doctors in Oklahoma will be required to check a prescription drug database before prescribing certain addictive drugs under a bill signed into law on Tuesday by Gov. Mary Fallin.