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Mauna Loa eruption no longer threatens Hawaii highway

Saddle Road, the Big Island’s key highway, may not become blocked after all, since reports have indicated a significant decrease in lava output from the eruption.

Boaters flock to meeting over plunging Lake Mead levels

Some recreation enthusiasts recognized farms and people downstream also need water, but lamented the possibility they wouldn't be able to boat around Lake Mead with their families.

Strict voter-backed gun measure remains shelved in Oregon

The new gun restrictions, set to take effect Thursday, will remain on hold until state and federal courts determine the constitutionality of the measure.

Virginia parents argue school ambassador program is discriminatory

Three Loudoun County parents say the school district’s student ambassador program, meant to combat systemic racism, discriminates against students based on their race and viewpoints.

Sixth Circuit skeptical of buffer zone at Louisville abortion clinic

The anti-abortion group Sisters for Life claims a no-standing zone in front of Kentucky's only abortion clinic violates the First Amendment, and appellate judges seemed inclined to agree.

Rapper Nuke Bizzle gets 77 months after bragging about stealing pandemic aid

The rapper was also sentenced for being a felon in possession of a firearm, the same offense he served time for previously.