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Advocates want $100 million for woman killed by U.S. border agent

The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas filed the claim a precursor to filing a lawsuit regarding the death of Claudia Patricia Gómez González.

Man charged in death of daughter he thought was intruder

Jermaine Pressley allegedly heard someone trying to enter his home, so he shot through a door, killing his 23-year-old daughter.

4-year-old Maleah Davis was likely murdered, police say

"We believe that she’s out there somewhere, and we want to bring her home," Police Chief Art Acevedo said of the girl who was reported missing nearly 3 weeks ago.

Tornadoes that hit Jefferson City and killed 3 in Missouri registered as EF-3

"I'm happy to say we still have no fatalities to report," Jefferson City police Lt. David Williams said. Elsewhere, three died in another tornado.

'I'm gay': Mormon Republican lawmaker in Utah comes out

“You can be gay and a Republican ... you need to trust that people will love you for who you really are,” Utah County Commissioner Nathan Ivie said.