USA TODAY US Edition - - NEWS - Com­piled by Tim Wen­del, Ni­cole Gill and Jonathan Briggs, with Carolyn Cerbin, Linda Dono and Mike B. Smith. De­sign by Mal­lory Redinger. Graph­ics by Ale­jan­dro Gon­za­lez.

ALABAMA Birm­ing­ham: An in­mate stab­bing at the Wil­liam C. Hol­man Cor­rec­tional Fa­cil­ity brought emer­gency re­sponse teams back to the prison, days af­ter a riot put the prison on lock­down and left an of­fi­cer and the war­den stabbed, re­ported.

ALASKA Fair­banks: Bail was set at $50,000 in the case of Arnold De­moski, 26, who faces 12 crim­i­nal charges af­ter he al­legedly ter­ror­ized mush­ers and their teams com­pet­ing in the Idi­tarod Trail Sled Dog Race, news­ re­ported. One dog was killed.

ARI­ZONA Phoenix: Two men sus­pected of fa­tally shoot­ing two se­nior women in Sun City Grand were gar­den­ers with a com­pany that ser­viced the re­tire­ment com­mu­nity, ac­cord­ing to The Ari­zona Re­pub­lic.

ARKANSAS Mount Ida: Peo­ple were asked to stay away from Moun­tain Har­bor Re­sort and Spa while cleanup crews work to re­pair wreck­age caused by a small tor­nado, Arkansas On­line re­ported.

CAL­I­FOR­NIA Huntington Beach: Or­ange County beaches re­opened af­ter be­ing shut down when surfers scram­bled out of the wa­ter fol­low­ing a shark sight­ing, KABC-TV re­ported.

COLORADO Colorado City: Au­thor­i­ties re­leased the name of a man shot and killed at a gas sta­tion af­ter state troop­ers say he ac­cel­er­ated to­ward them in a stolen ve­hi­cle, The Pue­blo Chief­tain re­ported. Ger­man Gustavo An­chondo Gon­za­lez, 23, had fled on foot af­ter be­ing pulled over, stole a nearby ve­hi­cle and ac­cel­er­ated to­ward them.

CON­NECTI­CUT Hart­ford: Po­lice apol­o­gized af­ter an of­fi­cer dis­played a “Trump: Make Amer­ica Great Again” sticker on the lap­top mounted on the dash­board of his pa­trol car, the Hart­ford Courant re­ported.

DELAWARE Ne­wark: The city’s Alderman’s Court will now process citations for those caught with small amounts of mar­i­juana in the city, a change that could see the lo­cal govern­ment bring in a lit­tle more cash and save po­lice of­fi­cers’ time, The News Jour­nal re­ported. Pre­vi­ously, the of­fenses were han­dled by the state court.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Au­thor­i­ties re­leased video of two men sought as per­sons of in­ter­est in an al­leged ab­duc­tion at­tempt at the Na­tional Air and Space Mu­seum, The Wash­ing­ton Post re­ported.

FLORIDA Cape Canaveral: A cargo craft bound for the In­ter­na­tional Space Sta­tion was hoisted atop an At­las V rocket Mon­day morn­ing in prepa­ra­tion for a launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Sta­tion late on March 22, Florida Today re­ported.

GE­OR­GIA At­lanta: A city em­ployee was killed when he was cut­ting down a tree limb, which fell on him, knock­ing him from the cherry picker he was in, The At­lanta Jour­nal-Con­sti­tu­tion re­ported.

HAWAII Wailuku: Shaun Shine was sen­tenced to 10 years in prison for killing moped driver Earle Maielua in a hit-and-run in 2013, The Maui News re­ported. Shaun Shine pleaded no con­test to neg­li­gent homi­cide, leav­ing the scene of a fatal crash and drunken driv­ing as part of a plea deal.

IDAHO Boise: Wa­ter ex­perts said the state’s moun­tain snow­packs might melt early, the Cap­i­tal Press re­ported.

ILLI­NOIS North­lake: An em­ployee at Farmer’s Best Mar­ket was taken to a hos­pi­tal af­ter be­ing ac­ci­den­tally shot by his man­ager, the Franklin Park Her­ald-Jour­nal re­ported.

IN­DI­ANA In­di­anapo­lis: What started as a re­sponse to an ad on an on­line clas­si­fieds app turned into a deadly rob­bery last month, with the shooter us­ing an as­sault-type weapon to kill the prospec­tive buyer, The In­di­anapo­lis Star re­ported.

IOWA Des Moines: Nearly three-fourths of state res­i­dents want state govern­ment to con­tinue help­ing pay for non-abor­tion ser­vices pro­vided by Planned Par­ent­hood, a new Des Moines Reg­is­ter/Me­di­a­com Iowa Poll shows. The Iowa Poll shows that 74% of Iowa adults want the state to con­tinue pay­ing Planned Par­ent­hood for health ser­vices other than abor­tion. Just 22% op­pose such pay­ments, The Des Moines Reg­is­ter re­ported.

KANSAS Lawrence: A re­port de­ter­mined that women in Kansas who work full-time, year­round earn 79 cents for ev­ery dol­lar made by men. The Topeka Cap­i­tal Jour­nal re­ported that the Uni­ver­sity of Kansas’ Cen­ter for Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy & Eco­nomic Pol­icy was com­mis­sioned by the Women’s Foun­da­tion.

KEN­TUCKY Louisville: A lawyer for Planned Par­ent­hood is ask­ing a judge to dis­miss a law­suit that Gov. Bevin’s gen­eral coun­sel filed last month al­leg­ing the or­ga­ni­za­tion was op­er­at­ing an un­li­censed abor­tion fa­cil­ity, The Courier-Jour­nal re­ported.

LOUISIANA New Or­leans: Paul Prud­homme’s death in Oc­to­ber trig­gered an out­pour­ing of ad­mi­ra­tion for the Ca­jun-born chef. Next month, he’ll re­ceive an­other trib­ute when the city chap­ter of the Amer­i­can Culi­nary Fed­er­a­tion honors him with a life­time achieve­ment award, The Times-Picayune re­ported.

MAINE Madi­son: The Madi­son Pa­per In­dus­tries mill will close by the end of May. Only a hand­ful of main­te­nance work­ers out of the cur­rent 214 em­ploy­ees will be re­tained.

MARY­LAND Ocean City: The In­ter­na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion of Fire­fight­ers filed an of­fi­cial com­plaint against the city, claim­ing un­fair ne­go­ti­at­ing prac­tices af­ter the par­ties were un­able to reach agree­ment on fire­fighter sched­ul­ing, The Daily Times re­ported.

MAS­SACHUSETTS Waltham: A woman was se­ri­ously in­jured af­ter a tire flew off a truck, bounced across the me­dian and crashed into her car. Fire of­fi­cials say the woman was trav­el­ing north­bound on Route 128.

MICHI­GAN Ham­tramck: A one-of-a-kind in­stal­la­tion of folk art in a Ham­tramck back­yard has hit the mar­ket for $120,000, the ask­ing price of its two neigh­bor­ing houses. “Ham­tramck Dis­ney­land” is the fan­tas­ti­cal col­lec­tion of home­made and ap­pro­pri­ated ob­jects at the prop­er­ties’ rear cre­ated by now-de­ceased Ukrainian im­mi­grant and re­tired auto worker Dmytro Szy­lak, Detroit Free Press re­ported.

MIN­NESOTA Ro­seville: A miss­ing 10-year-old boy with autism was found quickly with the help of a track­ing de­vice, KMSP-TV re­ports. He was wear­ing a bracelet with a ra­dio trans­mit­ter — a track­ing pro­gram called Project Life­saver.

MIS­SIS­SIPPI New Albany: The Union County Board of Su­per­vi­sors is con­sid­er­ing con­tract­ing with an in­de­pen­dent com­pany to col­lect out­stand­ing fines owed to the county, the North­east Mis­sis­sippi Daily Jour­nal re­ported.

MIS­SOURI Ste­wartsville: No charges will be filed in a fatal of­fi­cer-in­volved shoot­ing in north­west Mis­souri last year, the St. Joseph News-Press re­ported.

MON­TANA Billings: A 36-yearold man is fac­ing mul­ti­ple charges af­ter be­ing ac­cused of driv­ing un­der the in­flu­ence of metham­phetamine while three chil­dren were in the car, the Billings Gazette re­ported.

NE­BRASKA Lin­coln: Re­mains of Ne­braska’s sec­ond Lin­coln Capi­tol have sur­faced as work­ers have ex­ca­vated dirt in the build­ing ’s north­west court­yard for the in­stal­la­tion of new foun­tains. About four dozen pieces of lime­stone buried 90 years ago have been un­earthed, the Lin­coln Jour­nal Star re­ported.

NE­VADA Hen­der­son: Au­thor­i­ties say foul play is not sus­pected in the death of Hen­der­son Mu­nic­i­pal Court Judge Diana Dawn Hamp­ton. She was 50.

NEW HAMP­SHIRE Ep­som: The owner of a 12-foot-tall Tro­jan horse has moved her work, prompt­ing a back­lash from the com­mu­nity. The Con­cord Mon­i­tor re­ported that Sandy Boulanger re­lo­cated the wooden horse from Ep­som, where the piece and its pre­de­ces­sor sat along U.S. Route 4 for nearly four decades, to her Chichester home about two weeks ago.

NEW JER­SEY Sandy Hook: Three of the con­ces­sion stands at Sandy Hook will be de­mol­ished, more than three years af­ter they were bat­tered by the flood­wa­ters of Su­per­storm Sandy, the As­bury Park Press re­ported.

NEW MEX­ICO Hobbs: Three lo­cal of­fi­cials re­cently rang up a nearly $8,000 bill to travel to Italy to eval­u­ate a pool sys­tem for a planned health cen­ter. Travel expenses ob­tained by the Hobbs News-Sun found that City Man­ager J.J. Mur­phy, parks and re­cre­ation di­rec­tor Doug McDaniel, and gen­eral ser­vices di­rec­tor Ronny Choate trav­eled to Italy in late Jan­uary and early Fe­bru­ary to eval­u­ate three swim­ming pools.

NEW YORK Ithaca: A 17-yearold Ithaca High School stu­dent is fac­ing a felony charge af­ter mak­ing threats of car­ry­ing out a mass shoot­ing, The Ithaca Jour­nal re­ported.

NORTH CAROLINA Raleigh: Mul­tive­hi­cle crashes that shut down In­ter­state 40/85 in Ala­mance County be­gan when driv­ers failed to slow down in heavy rain and fog, The News & Ob­server re­ported.

NORTH DAKOTA Bis­marck: Ero­sion at the Dou­ble Ditch In­dian Vil­lage State His­toric Site is be­com­ing more ur­gent, ac­cord­ing to the North Dakota State His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety. Two land­slides have ex­posed 16 burial sites that of­fi­cials have had to re­lo­cate, The Bis­marck Tri­bune re­ported.

OHIO Marysville: Na­tivi­dad de Je­sus Her­nan­dez, 32, who ac­ci­den­tally ran over his 4-year-old son with a van was sen­tenced to six months in jail, most of which he’s al­ready served, The Colum­bus Dis­patch re­ported.

OK­LA­HOMA Tulsa: Former state sen­a­tor Rick Brink­ley, 54, has been sen­tenced to 37 months in fed­eral prison for steal­ing more that $1.8 mil­lion from the Bet­ter Busi­ness Bureau in Tulsa while work­ing there, The Ok­la­homan re­ported.

ORE­GON Ar­ling­ton: A pro­posed barge dock here was re­moved from the Columbia River be­cause of in­ter­fer­ence with tribal fish­ery, the East Ore­go­nian re­ported.

PENN­SYL­VA­NIA Philadel­phia: Po­lice say a thief stole a mini­van that had been left run­ning in front of a store with a 4month-old baby in­side but dropped off the child in front of a home about 8 miles away. The baby ap­peared un­in­jured but was taken to a hos­pi­tal as a pre­cau­tion.

RHODE IS­LAND Woonsocket: A crash in­volv­ing three cars here left at least five peo­ple in­jured. Po­lice say three peo­ple were taken to Land­mark Med­i­cal Cen­ter and two were taken to Rhode Is­land Hos­pi­tal with in­juries that aren’t con­sid­ered life-threat­en­ing.

SOUTH CAROLINA Charleston: The Charleston County School District will cut 117 teach­ing po­si­tions in the fall of 2016 to help end a long-stand­ing pat­tern of over­spend­ing, The Post and Courier re­ported. As a result of the vote, all high school and mid­dle school max­i­mum class­room sizes will in­crease by one.

SOUTH DAKOTA Parker: Mike Schaf­fer, the lawyer for op­po­nents of a large egg-lay­ing fa­cil­ity planned near here, is chal­leng­ing whether a Turner County board that ap­proved the project im­prop­erly met be­hind closed doors, the Ar­gus Leader re­ported.

TEN­NESSEE Mem­phis: Kellogg is work­ing to iden­tify a man recorded uri­nat­ing on an as­sem­bly line in 2014 at the ce­real man­u­fac­turer, The Com­mer­cial Ap­peal re­ported.

TEXAS Austin: For the first time in six years, Lake Travis is nearly full, KVUE-TV re­ported. The 65-mile-long reser­voir on the Colorado River in Travis and Bur­net coun­ties is at 99% ca­pac­ity as of Mon­day, just 1 foot be­low what’s con­sid­ered full.

UTAH Brigham City: A pi­lot sus­tained mi­nor in­juries af­ter a rough land­ing at a small air­port here, KSL-TV re­ported.

VER­MONT Montpelier: The White House has named Burling­ton a “TechHire City,” part of a fed­eral ini­tia­tive to link area em­ploy­ers in the tech in­dus­try with skilled em­ploy­ees. Burling­ton was one of 15 cities across the coun­try to re­ceive the des­ig­na­tion, Burling­ton Free Press re­ported.

VIR­GINIA Wil­liams­burg: Mitchell Reiss, the Colo­nial Wil­liams­burg Foun­da­tion’s pres­i­dent and CEO, has launched a se­ries of over­hauls since he took over in late 2014, in­clud­ing “Black­beard’s Re­venge” for Hal­loween and a skat­ing rink on Duke of Glouces­ter Street, the Rich­mond Times-Dis­patch re­ported.

WASH­ING­TON Seat­tle: Stu­dents at Wash­ing­ton schools will no longer be faced with ju­ve­nile court if they skip school as dis­tricts are now re­quired to cre­ate com­mu­nity tru­ancy boards, The Seat­tle Times re­ported.

WEST VIR­GINIA Charleston: The ci­cada pop­u­la­tion known as Brood V is likely to ap­pear across the state’s north­ern and cen­tral coun­ties around mid-May, the Charleston Gazette-Mail re­ported.

WIS­CON­SIN Neenah: Hug­gies has do­nated 22 mil­lion di­a­pers to the Na­tional Di­a­per Bank Net­work in re­sponse to Pres­i­dent Obama’s call for com­pa­nies to bring even more at­ten­tion to di­a­per need in Amer­ica, The (Ap­ple­ton) Post-Cres­cent re­ported.

WY­OMING Casper: A tum­ble­weed lichen is likely re­spon­si­ble for killing seven elk in Wy­oming’s Red Desert this win­ter, the Casper Star-Tri­bune re­ported.

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