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The launch of a Department of Defense rocket from Virginia's Eastern Shore has been postponed.
NASA had planned to launch the Terrier-Lynx suborbital rocket early Wednesday morning. The space agency says in a news release that the launch has been rescheduled for Oct. 12 between midnight and 2 a.m.
NASA did not give a reason for the postponement.
The rocket may be visible to residents in the Chesapeake Bay region.
The NASA Visitor Center at Wallops won't be open for viewing the launch.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit over an election that paved the way for a Wal-Mart in south Sioux Falls.
Four homeowners in the neighborhood sued over an April election in which voters approved rezoning the proposed store site from agricultural to commercial use. They claimed misleading ballot language.
Judge Larry Long ruled that the homeowners didn't properly file their lawsuit and that their claims were without merit.
City officials say Long's ruling clears the way for construction of the store to begin.
Officials at Bridgewater State University are defending their decision not to inform students about two recent alleged rapes on campus, saying suspects were quickly apprehended and there was no danger to the campus.
Fred Clark, executive vice president and vice president of external affairs at Bridgewater State, tells The Enterprise (http://bit.ly/1rFxZLK) that if there's no "continuing threat, we don't send out a notice if a crime occurred."
President Barack Obama's escalating military campaign in Iraq and Syria has drowned out the economic pitch he hoped would help salvage a midterm election that has been favoring Republicans.
 the airstrikes against Islamic State extremists have also introduced a new complicating factor into the fall campaign, forcing both sides to reassess their closing political messages.
Obama is drawing new attention to the nation's recovery from the Great Recession with a speech Thursday at Northwestern University, linking U.
State police were trying to determine the identities and citizenship status of between seven and 11 Hispanic individuals whose vehicle was allegedly hit by an intoxicated driver on a southwestern Pennsylvania highway.
Police say the driver of the other vehicle was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital and will likely be charged with DUI.