SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Authorities aren't saying what they found after shutting down the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge temporarily for a suspicious device. Television news reports showed a bomb squad robot removing what appeared to be a small cylindrical object from the ground. The bridge was reopened later Friday.
CLEVELAND (AP) — The three women held captive in a Cleveland home for a decade say they are relieved that Ariel Castro has pleaded guilty to charges that will keep him in prison for life. A statement released Friday by a law firm representing the women says they are satisfied by the resolution and looking forward to the end of the legal end of the case. Castro will be sentenced next week.
CAIRO (AP) — A doctor at an Islamist-led rally in Cairo says clashes with security forces have killed at least 38 supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi. The doctor says the overnight night clashes have overwhelmed the hospital operating from the sit-in where the protesters have been camped for over three weeks. Police fired tear gas to disperse hundreds of Morsi supporters near the sit-in, setting off the clashes.
PARACHINAR, Pakistan (AP) — Officials say 10 more people have died at a hospital, bringing the death toll to 49 from a pair of overnight bombings at a busy market in northern Pakistan. The bombings struck Friday in a tribal area that borders Afghanistan to the west. The market was full of people hurrying to buy items for their evening meal that breaks the day-time fast during the holy month of Ramadan.
MCARTHUR, Ohio (AP) — Ohio homeowner Katie Barnett says she wants the First National Bank of Wellston to give her $18,000 for items lost in the mistaken repossession of her house. The bank says a bad GPS navigator is the reason it repossessed the wrong house — and threw out all the possessions inside. The bank says the items Barnett is claiming don't match up with what the bank's employees removed.
Created: Sat, 27 Jul 2013 02:15:19 EST
Updated: Sat, 27 Jul 2013 02:15:19 EST