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Ex-student government leader takes deal with lesser charge

- Associated Press

A former student government president at Central Michigan University pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor Friday, weeks after the attorney general agreed that a felony conviction for sexual misconduct should be set aside because of wrongdoing by a prosecutor.

Thief steals $145K in cash from marijuana money courier

Associated Press

A man stole $145,000 in cash from a marijuana money courier's unmarked van at a Southern California gas station after the driver collected the proceeds from several dispensaries, authorities said Friday.

Officer's attorney says city not fully reinstating officer

Associated Press

The attorney for a police officer fired for fatally shooting a black motorist asked an Arkansas judge Friday to hold Little Rock's mayor and police chief in contempt, saying they haven't fully complied with an order to reinstate the officer.

New Mexico Game Commissioner Jimmy Bates, center, listens to a presentation during a meeting at the Las Cruces Farm and Ranch Museum in Las Cruces, N.M., Friday, Jan. 17, 2020. The commission voted to adopt changes to state trapping rules that include restrictions on where traps and snares can be placed. (Nathan J. Fish/The Las Cruces Sun News via AP)

New Mexico commission approves wildlife trapping changes

- Associated Press

Trappers now have to complete an education course and new restrictions will be imposed on setting wildlife traps and snares around designated trailheads and on select tracts of public lands in New Mexico under a measure adopted Friday by the state Game Commission.

U.S Congressional candidate Robert Hyde of Simsbury displays campaign phone-grips under the Genius of Connecticut statue in the Connecticut State Capitol Friday, Jan. 17, 2020. Documents released this week by House Democrats link Hyde to alleged campaign to surveil and harass Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine. (Mark Mirko/Hartford Courant via AP)

Prosecutor: Revoke bail for impeachment figure Robert Hyde

Associated Press

A Massachusetts judge is considering whether to revoke bail in a protective order case against a Connecticut man who has emerged as a figure in the impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.