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FILE - In this July 9, 2014, file photo, riders go down the water slide called "Verruckt" at Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City, Kan. A state inspection has found 11 alleged violations of regulations at the Kansas water park where a 10-year-old boy died in 2016. The Kansas Department of Labor made an audit of the Schlitterbahn park in Kansas City public Tuesday, May 22, 2018, a day after issuing a notice to the park. The audit said safety signs in some park areas were not adequate, records were not available for review and some operating and training manuals were not complete. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

Kansas water park: Rides won't open until issues resolved

- Associated Press

The operator of a Kansas water park where a boy was killed on a giant waterslide in 2016 says the park won't open for the season until safety issues raised in a recent state audit are resolved, though it believes the audit stemmed from a "malicious effort" to "stir up unfounded fear."

State-run nursing home not meeting new federal guidelines

Associated Press

The state health department has paid more than $277,000 in civil penalties as the Montana Mental Health Nursing Care Center in Lewistown works to meet new federal documentation requirements for facilities that care for older adults with mental illness.

FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2017 file photo, Liverpool fans at the Kop sing "You'll Never Walk Alone" during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield, Liverpool, England. The famous tune will be sung Saturday by 16,000-plus Liverpool fans at Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine.  (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, File)

'You'll Never Walk Alone' is a hit from Broadway to Kiev

- Associated Press

Gerry Marsden walked into Liverpool's ODEON cinema for a Laurel and Hardy film. It was raining when he started to leave, so he decided to stay for the second part of the double feature and watch the comedy duo one more time.

Feds: Uber self-driving SUV saw pedestrian; did not brake

- Associated Press

The autonomous Uber SUV that struck and killed an Arizona pedestrian in March spotted the woman about six seconds before hitting her, but did not stop because the system used to automatically apply brakes in potentially dangerous situations had been disabled, according to federal investigators.