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FILE - In this April 20, 2011, file photo commercial fisherman Ted Petrie picks through a pile of shrimp on his boat in Grand Isle, La. An advocacy group, Oceana, conducted a DNA-based survey of shrimp sold at outlets across the country and around the Gulf of Mexico. Results released Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014,  show consumers cannot be sure what kind of shrimp they are buying simply by looking at the grocery store label or restaurant menu. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Survey: Shrimp in US rife with murky labeling

- Associated Press

Consumers around the nation can't be sure what kind of shrimp they're buying if they simply look at the label or menu at supermarkets, grocers and restaurants, an advocacy group says.

3 fired Neshoba workers' overtime detailed

Associated Press

The salaries of three former Neshoba County employees, who are key figures in a state auditor's investigation, ranged from $98,686 to $105,607 during fiscal year 2014, which included over $65,000 in overtime pay each.

Indiana's high court to hear IBM welfare case

Associated Press

A dispute between the state of Indiana and IBM over the company's failed attempt to privatize Indiana's welfare services is headed before the state Supreme Court.

In this May 6, 2014 photo, activist Win Cho gets off a police truck upon arrival for his trial at a township court in Yangon, Myanmar. Win Cho, who comes from a well-educated upper-class family, has been in and out of prison in the last two years for engaging in peaceful protests. He is now serving three months for a January rally calling for the release of all remaining political prisoners, constitutional change and the establishment of a farmers' union in the country. He is among one of more than 200 people who have been detained in the last year including peaceful protesters, journalists and activists. Critics say as long as restrictive laws remain on the books, those numbers will continue to climb. (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)

Activists: Myanmar clinging to political prisoners

- Associated Press

Myanmar has freed more than a thousand political prisoners since former military rulers handed over power three years ago, a move that has smoothed the former pariah state's international rehabilitation. Now the government says the job is done. Human-rights activists and the U.S. say, not so fast.

News from around Wisconsin at 5:28 a.m. CDT

Associated Press

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke and her brother on Wednesday rejected a claim by a former top Trek executive that she was fired from her job at the family company, calling it "character assassination" just days before an election where she's running close with GOP Gov. Scott Walker.

Millions unclaimed in $420M Ohio workers comp case

Associated Press

The law firm handling a $420 million state settlement over Ohio employers being overcharged for workers' compensation premiums says millions of dollars weren't claimed by the deadline.

What to Know in Montana for Oct. 30

- Associated Press

Your daily look at news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.

Stockton seeks to exit from bankruptcy

- Associated Press

Stockton residents will likely learn Thursday if they can put more than two years of financial uncertainty behind them.

Doctors discuss ongoing effort to cut tobacco use

- Associated Press

Doctors from across the nation are gathering in the nation's No. 5 tobacco-growing state to discuss the latest scientific research on tobacco and ways to accelerate the campaign against its use.