Steve Wynn sues lawyer for dancer who accused him of leering

FILE - This March 15, 2016 file photo shows casino mogul Steve Wynn during a news conference in Medford, Mass. The casino mogul has sued the attorney of a dancer who accused him of inappropriate behavior. Wynn's attorneys filed the defamation lawsuit Thursday, April 5, 2018, against lawyer Lisa Bloom and her firm in U.S. court in Las Vegas. It seeks at least $75,000 in damages. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Disgraced casino mogul Steve Wynn has sued the attorney of a dancer who accused him of inappropriate behavior.

Daughter, birth mother reunited in Utah 60 years later

In this March 16, 2018 photo, Kathy Kirkland holds a scrapbook she made from her mother, Joan Harrison, at Brookdale retirement home in Ogden, utah. Harrison gave Kirkland up for adoption 60 years ago, and Kirkland made contact with her last year (James M. Dobson/The Spectrum via AP)

CEDAR CITY, Utah (AP) — When Joan Harrison was 21 years old, she gave birth to her first daughter, knowing it was likely the last time she would see her.

Orem hospital webcam connects deployed father with son

Newborn John Carter Girtman sleeps at Timpanogos Regional Hospital in Orem, Utah, on Friday, March 23, 2018. Girtman is recovering from pneumonia as new webcam technology allows his deployed father to see live video of him. (Jeffrey D. Allred/The Deseret News via AP)

OREM, Utah (AP) — Mary Girtman’s family is being stretched in all directions, with her husband deployed overseas and her infant son spending his days and nights in the neonatal intensive care unit at Timpanogos Regional Hospital, but she prefers to find the silver lining in it.

Tribe: Ruling could reform agency for Native education

In this Wednesday, April 4, 2018 photo provided by the Havasupai Tribe shows the Havasupai Elementary School in Supai, Ariz. Lawyers for the students on the Havasupai reservation say they've won a major legal victory in a case that could reform the U.S. Bureau of Indian Education. A federal court recently rejected arguments from Justice Department attorneys that childhood adversity and trauma are not learning disabilities. (Denten Robinson/Havasupai Tribe via AP)

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Stephen C. has been taught only math and English at a U.S.-run elementary school for Native American children deep in a gorge off the Grand Canyon. Teachers have left midyear, and he repeatedly faces suspension and arrest for behavior his attorneys say is linked to a disability stemming from traumatic experiences.

China trade dispute looms over Montana beef export deal

In this photo taken Dec. 3, 2013, a snow-covered cow munches on grass in Beaver Creek Park south of Havre, Mont. Chinese regulators have included beef among U.S. products targeted for a potential 25 percent rise in import duty. (Lindsay Brown/Havre Daily News via AP)

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A brewing trade war between China and the U.S. comes at an inopportune time for Montana ranchers, who are seeking to close a multi-year deal to export up to $200 million of beef through China’s largest online retailer, industry representatives said Thursday.

California storm may test spillway at nation’s tallest dam

A man walks between flood barriers on 17th Street in San Francisco, Thursday, April 5, 2018. Northern California is bracing for a major spring storm that is expected to dump several inches of rain on burn-scarred areas of wine country. It could also bring the biggest test so far of a partly finished new spillway at the nation’s tallest dam. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Northern California is bracing for a major spring storm that is expected to dump several inches of rain on burn-scarred areas of wine country and could present the first test of the partially repaired spillway at the nation’s tallest dam.

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