Judge issues injunction in abortion provider case

This Jan. 26, 2018, photo shows Helen Weems, left and Susan Cahill at All Families Healthcare in Whitefish, Mont. In February 2018, Weems opened All Families Healthcare in Whitefish along with physician assistant Cahill, who in 1997 challenged a state law that at the time said only physicians could perform abortions. A state judge has ordered the state not to enforce the Montana Abortion Control Act against Weems, an advanced practice registered nurse, and an unnamed certified nurse midwife while they challenge the constitutionality of the state law that allows only physicians and physician assistants to perform abortions. (Greg Lindstrom/Flathead Beacon via AP)

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — An advanced practice registered nurse and a certified nurse midwife can provide abortions in Montana — as long as they have the proper training — while they challenge the constitutionality of a state law that allows only physicians and physician assistants to perform abortions, a judge has ruled.

Reno teen hit by train trying to save dog will walk again

Annika Kerns lies with her dog Buster on the hospital bed that her parents have set up in the living room of their Reno, Nevada, home Wednesday, April 4, 2018. Nearly a month ago, Annika, 18, was hit by a train as she hiked past a no-trespassing sign with her boyfriend, a friend and her dog Buster. (Andy Barron/The Reno Gazette-Journal via AP)

RENO, Nev. (AP) — It was at least a football field away when Annika Kerns saw the train.

Married detectives accused in thefts, pawning of state guns

This Wednesday, April 4, 2018, booking photo released by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office shows Phoenix police Detective Michael Darrick Maya. A married couple who worked as detectives for the state Department of Economic Security and the Phoenix Police Department face felony charges in the alleged thefts and pawning of state-owned guns and other equipment. Maya is accused of trafficking in stolen property, money laundering and conspiracy, while his wife, now-former DES Detective Autumn Maya, is accused of theft, fraud, forgery, trafficking in stolen property, money laundering and conspiracy. (Maricopa County Sheriff's Office via AP)

PHOENIX (AP) — A married couple who worked as detectives, one for Arizona’s social-welfare agency and other for the Phoenix Police Department, have been arrested in the alleged thefts of numerous state-owned guns and other law enforcement equipment, officials said Thursday.

Body suspected to be from California cliff crash found

FILE - This March 28, 2018, aerial file photo taken from Alameda County Sheriff's Office drone video, courtesy of Mendocino County, shows the pullout where the SUV of Jennifer and Sarah Hart was recovered off Pacific Coast Highway 1, near Westport, Calif. On Saturday, April 7, 2018, the Mendocino County Sheriff’s office said a body has been recovered in the vicinity where the SUV plunged off a cliff, killing the family of eight in March 2018. (Alameda County Sheriff's Office via AP, File)

MENDOCINO, Calif. (AP) — A body was recovered Saturday in the vicinity where an SUV plunged off a Northern California cliff last month, killing a family of eight in what authorities suspect may have been an intentional crash.

Workers’ radiation exposure halts nuke plant demolition

This May 13, 2017, photo shows a portion of the Plutonium Finishing Plant on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation near Richland, Wash. Officials say dozens of workers demolishing the 1940s-era plutonium processing plant there have ingested or inhaled radioactive particles in the past year, prompting a halt to the demolition of the plant until a safe plan can be developed. (AP Photo/Nicholas K. Geranios)

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Seven decades after making key portions of the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation are being exposed to radiation as they tear down buildings that helped create the nation’s nuclear arsenal.

Yosemite reopens after flooding from California deluge

Kevin Kimo Laughlin, a maintenance worker for Aramark, wades back to dry ground as the Merced River rises due to rain in Yosemite National Park's Yosemite Valley on Saturday, April 7, 2018. Northern California was drenched by a powerful "Pineapple Express" storm, but no major problems were reported after the heaviest rain from the "atmospheric river" of subtropical moisture moved through late Friday. (Eric Paul Zamora/The Fresno Bee via AP)

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Yosemite National Park reopened Sunday after flooding that washed out roads during a strong Pacific storm, park officials said.

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