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Ohio women, boy stabbed, dismembered, coroner says: Preliminary autopsy results indicate that a missing Ohio woman, her son and friend were stabbed to death and dismembered last week, the Knox County Coroner's Office said Saturday.
Speculation in publicist's case, spokesman says: Beverly Hills Police Chief David Snowden asked journalists to keep "erroneous information, theories or speculation" out of their stories about the killing of a Hollywood publicist, but his appeal appeared to be a reaction to reports quoting his own mayor.
Officials identify missing F-22 pilot: Search-and-rescue teams have found "conclusive evidence" that the pilot of an F-22 aircraft that crashed while on a routine training mission in Alaska did not survive, the military says.
Man suspected of shooting Utah park ranger: Scores of law enforcement officers are scouring rugged terrain in Utah for a wounded man they say repeatedly shot a park ranger, authorities said.
FDA pulls common pain med off the market: The pharmaceutical company that makes the prescription pain medications Darvon and Darvocet has agreed to withdraw the drugs from the U.S. market at the request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the FDA said Friday.