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04/12/2007 - 21:44

Editoweb: USA today, 04 dec 2007


States sue RJ Reynolds over Camel ads - Some push for hunts as grizzlies surge - Trial starts for Marine who killed Iraqi - Pledge, motto cases to be heard by court - Alaska man charged in violent rampage - 'Jena 6' teen pleads guilty to battery - Knievel's victim goes after the money.



States sue RJ Reynolds over Camel ads
HARRISBURG, Pa. - An illustrated advertising section in Rolling Stone magazine violates the tobacco industry's nine-year-old promise not to use cartoons to sell cigarettes, prosecutors in several states said Tuesday.

Some push for hunts as grizzlies surge
BILLINGS, Mont. - Nearly extinct last century, grizzly bears are back in a big way in the northern Rockies — rising in numbers, pushing into new territories and mauling hunters who stumble across them in the wild.

Trial starts for Marine who killed Iraqi
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - A prosecutor says the case against a Marine reservist accused of murdering an Iraqi soldier is simple: It's about 17 stab wounds and 26 slashes.

Pledge, motto cases to be heard by court
SAN FRANCISCO - An atheist seeking to remove the words "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance and U.S. currency is taking his arguments back to a federal appeals court.

Alaska man charged in violent rampage
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A car chase through downtown Anchorage ended in the arrest of a man who killed two people and seriously injured three others in a series of machete and gun attacks, police said.

'Jena 6' teen pleads guilty to battery
JENA, La. - A black teenager whose prosecution in the beating of a white classmate led to one of the largest civil rights protests in years pleaded guilty to a battery charge.

Knievel's victim goes after the money
LOS ANGELES - Of all the bones Evel Knievel broke over the years, the costliest may have been the left arm of a PR man by the name of Shelly Saltman. Saltman won $12.75 million in damages against Knievel after the motorcycle daredevil attacked him with a baseball bat in 1977 in a rage over a book Saltman had written about the showman.

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