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A fingerprint check verified that her student visa was revoked in March for suspected ties to the family of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, authorities said.

Ms. Lindoro is identified in Border Patrol documents as a spouse of Guzman’s son, Ivan Archivaldo Guzman Salazar, though it was unclear if the couple is or ever was legally married. Mr. Carr said there was no evidence to suggest Ms. Lindoro was involved in the drug trade.

NEW YORK

Kodak scientist, inventor of Bayer filter, dies

ROCHESTER — Bryce Bayer, a retired Kodak scientist and the inventor of a widely used color-filter array that bears his name, has died. He was 83.

Bayer, of Brunswick, Maine, died Nov. 13, a spokeswoman for Direct Cremation of Maine confirmed Friday. The cause of death wasn’t released.

His Bayer filter was patented in 1975 and is incorporated into nearly every digital camera and camera phone, Rochester, N.Y.-based Kodak said in a 2009 press release announcing Bayer’s receipt that year of the Royal Photographic Society’s Progress Award.

MONTANA

Restaurant settles over ‘carcass removal’ listing

HELENA — A phone book company has settled a lawsuit over its placement of a Montana restaurant in the “Animal Carcass Removal” section of its yellow pages, a listing the restaurant owner says cost him customers and made him the butt of a Jay Leno joke.

The terms of the Nov. 16 deal between Dex Media Inc. and Big Sky Beverage Inc., the parent company of Bar 3 Bar-B-Q, were not disclosed. A tentative agreement proposed in September said a deal would include a payment to the restaurant owner.

Restaurant owner Hunter Lacey sued Dex after the listing appeared in the 2009 phone book and was reprinted in other print and online directories in 2010 and last year. It gained national notoriety after Mr. Leno featured it as a joke on NBC’s “The Tonight Show” in January 2011.

From wire dispatches and staff reports