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Police bomb and dog teams searched two planes at Atlanta's main airport Saturday after authorities received what they called credible bomb threats made online, airport and military officials said.

Lawmakers to mull child abuse, disease outbreaks and roads

- Associated Press

Lawmakers this week will consider measures to join states calling for a constitutional convention to require a balanced federal budget, make child abuse allegations clearer and strengthen the state's ability to react to deadly disease outbreaks. This is the third week in South Dakota's 39-day legislative session. Here are a few of the key issues to watch:

Nixon's budget plan faces challenges in Missouri Legislature

- Associated Press

Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon has asked lawmakers for more money this year and next, but with an even stronger grip on the Legislature and new checks on the governor's power, Republicans are unlikely to give him what he wants.

Nevada governor seeks to expand autism care program

- Associated Press

Plans seeking more money for education and wholesale changes to the tax code are certain to spark debate in Nevada this session, but they weren't the only dramatic shifts Gov. Brian Sandoval called for in his State of the State address.

NASA brings earthquake monitoring to Ketchikan

- Associated Press

It's not quite rocket science, but close enough, and closer to home - students in the Tribal Scholars Program began cutting-edge earthquake monitoring research in a partnership with NASA this past week.

ADVANCE FOR SUNDAY, JAN. 25 AND THEREAFTER - This Jan. 21, 2015 photo shows Susan Alexander, a regional economist with the US Forest Service, from left, with Catherine Mater, president of Mater Ltd., Brian Kleinhenz, natural resources forester with Sealaska Corporation and Don Reimer, president and founder of D.R. Systems Northwest, as they answer questions at a panel discussion during the Tongass Advisory Committee conference in Juneau, Alaska. At the fifth meeting of the committee, a panel of experts was gathered to discuss young-growth timber availability. (AP Photo/Juneau Empire, Melissa Griffiths)

For Tongass' future, panelists talk timber

- Associated Press

To skeptics of a transition from old-growth to second-growth timber in the Tongass, some panelists recommend changing the framework of the question.

ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, JAN. 25 - In this photo taken Monday, Jan. 6, 2015, Tom Hudson shows off one of the first Des Moines-area public indoor shooting ranges at CrossRoads Shooting Sports in Johnston, Iowa. There will be three indoor ranges with retail and classroom space as well.  (AP Photo/The Des Moines Register, Rodney White)  MAGS OUT, TV OUT, NO SALES, MANDATORY CREDIT

Indoor gun ranges opening in Des Moines suburbs

- Associated Press

The Des Moines-metro area's first public indoor gun range will open this month in Johnston, and a second indoor facility is already in the works in Clive.

A man hauls farm cargo with a horse-drawn carriage in Leacock Township, Lancaster County on Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015. Overnight snow brought wet, slushy conditions to the area. (AP Photo/LNP Media Group, Dan Marschka)

Blizzard-like conditions possible in Northeast's next storm

Associated Press

A major snowstorm with blizzard-like conditions could drop a foot or more of snow across most parts of the Northeast as they gear up for the workweek right after the first real storm of the winter hit them with rain, several inches of snow and messy slush.

Bookmaker-funded Ginola campaign could breach FIFA rules

- Associated Press

Even if David Ginola gains the nominations required by Thursday's deadline to stand against Sepp Blatter, his improbable bookmaker-funded campaign could be scuppered by FIFA's gambling rules.