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Michael Phelps, left, and Ryan Lochte look toward the crowd after competing in the 100-meter butterfly final during the Arena Grand Prix, Thursday, April 24, 2014, in Mesa, Ariz. Phelps was competing for the first time since the 2012 London Olympics. Lochte finished first and Phelps finished second in the final. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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Jerry Starr is pictured with Tobi, his four-year-old shih tzu-yorkie mix dog at a park in Del City, Okla., Thursday, April 17, 2014. Starr was not allowed to take the dog into a shelter during the May 20, 2013 tornado and opted to stay outside the shelter in his car with his dog. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
Tornado shelters face dilemma with pet loversIn Tornado Alley, shelters face dilemma with people who won't leave their pets behind
The Associated Press35 minutes ago
FILE - In this Aug. 5, 2009, file photo, curator Pam Service stands next to a stuffed condor, one of the last condors to fly over California's North Coast, at the Clarke Historical Museum in Eureka, Calif. The Yurok Tribe has signed agreements leading to the first release of captive-bred condors into the northern half of their historic range _ the sparsely populated Redwood Coast of Northern California. The tribe, based at the mouth of the Klamath River, has been working the past five years under a federal grant to establish whether the rare birds can survive in a place they have not lived for a century. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard, File)
Yurok Tribe to release condors in CaliforniaYurok Tribe signs agreements to release 1st captive-bred condors to California's Redwood Coast
The Associated Press38 minutes ago
Honda's profit doubles on weak yen, strong salesHonda's quarterly profit more than doubles on weak yen, strong sales ahead of Japan tax hike
The Associated Press39 minutes ago
This undated photo provided by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife shows the Oregon Hatchery Research Center near Alsea, Ore. The center has agreed to do an experiment on whether hatchery-produced steelhead can be bred to be better biters. A growing body of evidence indicates that hatchery fish bite anglers' hooks less frequently than wild fish. Oregon spends $25 million a year on producing salmon and steelhead for anglers to catch. (AP Photo/Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife)
Scientists want to breed fish to be better bitersExperiment to settle whether wild steelhead are really better biters than hatchery steelhead
The Associated Press39 minutes ago

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