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  • Man charged in university student killings arrives in Idaho
    BOISE, Idaho -- The suspect in the November slayings of four University of Idaho students has arrived in Idaho, where he is charged with four counts of first-degree murder and felony burglary.Bryan Kohberger, a 28-year-old doctoral student at Washington State University, was flown by Pennsylvania State Police to a small... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By REBECCA BOONE Associated Press
  • James 'Buster' Corley of Dave & Buster’s chain dead at 72
    James “Buster” Corley, a co-founder of the restaurant and entertainment chain Dave & Buster’s, has diedDALLAS -- James “Buster” Corley, a co-founder of the restaurant and entertainment chain Dave... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By The Associated Press
  • Fed minutes: Officials cited strong hiring to justify hikes
    WASHINGTON -- Federal Reserve officials suggested at their most recent meeting that a continuing streak of robust hiring could keep inflation elevated and was a key reason why they expected to raise interest rates this year more than they had previously forecast. In the minutes of their mid-December meeting released... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Economics Writer
  • Tribe asks to take over former boarding school in Kansas
    FAIRWAY, Kan. -- The Shawnee Tribe is asking to take over ownership of a historical site in Kansas that might contain unmarked graves of Native American students. The tribe released an architectural survey Tuesday that found the three buildings remaining at the Shawnee Indian Mission in Fairway, Kansas, need millions... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By The Associated Press
  • Couple in central Florida retirement community found slain
    MOUNT DORA, Fla. -- A couple living in a central Florida retirement community was found slain in their home, and a woman who was seen driving the couple's car has been arrested, authorities said.The couple, Darryl Getman, 83, and his wife, Sharon, 80, were believed to have been killed on... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By The Associated Press
  • Sheriff names patroller who died in Utah chairlift accident
    PARK CITY, Utah -- The Park City Mountain employee who died in a chairlift accident was a 29-year-old ski patroller from Millcreek Utah, Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez said on Wednesday.Christian Helger died on Monday morning after being ejected from a chairlift shaken by a tree that fell onto a... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By The Associated Press
  • US job openings fell slightly in November yet still high
    WASHINGTON -- U.S. job openings slipped in November but remained high, suggesting businesses are still determined to add workers, a blow to the Federal Reserve's efforts to cool hiring and wage gains. There were 10.46 million job vacancies on the last day of November, down slightly from 10.51 million in... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Economics Writer
  • Delta airliner goes off icy taxiway in Minneapolis snowstorm
    MINNEAPOLIS -- A Delta jet went off an icy taxiway after landing in a snowstorm in Minneapolis but no passengers were injured, the airline said.The Airbus A320 landed safely Tuesday night on a flight from Los Cabos, Mexico, Delta said in a statement. But the nose gear of the plane... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By The Associated Press
  • US job openings fell slightly in November yet still high
    WASHINGTON -- U.S. job openings slipped in November but remained high suggesting businesses remain determined to add workers, a blow to the Federal Reserve's efforts to cool hiring and wage gains. There were 10.46 million job vacancies on the last day of November, down slightly from 10.51 million in October,... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Economics Writer
  • US bishops' rifts unlikely to ease after Benedict's death
    NEW YORK -- Many of the conservative prelates who dominate the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops were appointed by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. His recent death deprives them of a symbolic figurehead but is unlikely to weaken their collective power or end the culture wars that have divided the USCCB,... Read more
    Source: ABC - National Published on: 2023-01-04 By DAVID CRARY AP National Writer