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Milwaukee County firefighters and law enforcement officers respond to a crash site of a small plane which caught fire Wednesday, July 29, 2015, at Timmerman Airport in Milwaukee. Milwaukee County Department of Transportation Director Brian Dranzik said in a statement the accident happened around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at the airport on the city's northwest side. (Rick Wood/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP)

Executive, daughter on college trip killed in plane crash

- Associated Press

The victims of fiery plane crash in Milwaukee were identified Thursday as a top executive at a Boston capital investment firm and his teenage daughter who were traveling to the Midwest for a college visit.

South Dakota high court bars Citibank recoup of $30M in tax

Associated Press

Citibank will not be able to reclaim $30 million in overpaid bank taxes to the state because it didn't request a refund until after the three-year legal window had passed, the South Dakota Supreme Court said in an opinion released on Thursday.

Ex-US attorney wants feds to allow hemp on SD reservation

- Associated Press

The former U.S. attorney in North Dakota decided to take on his former employer by filing a motion Thursday to lift an 11-year-old federal injunction that prevents a man from growing industrial hemp on a South Dakota reservation.

Comptroller sees $6 billion more in New York City funds

Associated Press

Comptroller Scott Stringer says the New York City budget has benefited from $5.9 billion in additional funds over the last 12 months thanks to factors including higher than expected tax revenues.

Correction: Zimbabwe-Lion Killed-3 Things story

- Associated Press

In a story July 29 about U.S. regulations and big game hunting, The Associated Press erroneously referred to The Human Society of the United States. It is The Humane Society of the United States.

Media leaders debate future printing of LSU's Reveille

- Associated Press

LSU student media leaders are weighing proposals for potentially drastic changes to campus news offerings, including possibly cutting the print frequency of LSU's Daily Reveille student newspaper.

Montana Editorial Roundup

- Associated Press

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle, July 23, on restoring access to public lands:

Judge: New Mexico Attorney General firings OK

Associated Press

A judge has recommended a state board dismiss appeals by 20 former employees of the New Mexico Attorney General's Office seeking to get their jobs back.

Morgantown developer, feds settle housing lawsuit

Associated Press

A Morgantown developer has agreed to build a 100-unit apartment complex and pay a $25,000 civil penalty to settle a U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit that alleged accessibility violations at 23 rental properties.

Heavy weather, oil patch slump lower H&E profit

Associated Press

Baton Rouge-based construction-equipment supplier H&E Equipment Services Inc. says heavy rains in May and a slumping oil industry put a damper on the second-quarter results.