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Man tries making meth in housewares aisle at Walmart

When a man being watched on surveillance cameras began shaking a salt shaker in a local Walmart housewares aisle, security guards' worries became reality. Mentor police were called and the suspicions were confirmed.

Asians surpass Latinos among new arrivals to America

The immigration debate often centers on stemming the flow of people entering the United States illegally and what to do about securing borders to the south.

Dance club sparks controversy with 'straight bar' sign

A recent sign in front of Hype Ultra Dance Club in Massillon has caused quite a stir. The sign posted Friday read, "It's a straight bar. Under new management." It's a sign that made many people do a double-take.

Roger Clemens found not guilty on all counts

(CNN) -- Famed baseball pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty Monday of lying to Congress during an investigation of steroid use among major league players.

Sandusky case drawing to a rapid close

BELLEFONTE, Pennsylvania (CNN) -- Closing arguments in the Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse trial could begin as soon as Thursday, Judge John Cleland said Monday.

Authorities working to identify man responsbile for pair of robberies

Authorities are working to identify and apprehend a man they believe robbed two convenience stores overnight in west Shreveport.

Over 5 million Jeep vehicles under investigation for deadly fires

NATIONAL NEWS (CNN) — More than five million Jeep vehicles are being investigated by the federal government for deadly fuel-tank fires caused by rear-impact collisions.

Obama administration to stop deporting some young illegal immigrants

In an election-year policy change, the Obama administration said Friday it will stop deporting young illegal immigrants who entered the United States as children if they meet certain requirements.

McCain slams Adelson's 'foreign money'

(CNN) -- The influx of cash to Mitt Romney's campaign operation from billionaire casino owner Sheldon Adelson doesn't sit well with Sen. John McCain, a Romney supporter and longtime advocate of campaign finance reform.

Remaining charges dropped against John Edwards

The Justice Department has formally dismissed the remaining charges against former presidential candidate John Edwards.