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A Missouri judge this week ordered the state to stop paying membership fees to an organization that's writing tests for the Common Core educational standards.
Cole County Circuit Judge Daniel Green on Tuesday issued a temporary restraining order for about two weeks to block Missouri from giving taxpayer dollars to the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium.
A spokeswoman for the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium directed inquiries to Executive Director Joe Willhoft and Chief Operating Officer Tony Alpert, who did not respond to an interview request Wednesday.
The restraining order notes that Missouri still will have access to the consortium's assessments without being a member and without paying fees.
Authorities in New Jersey say a Pennsylvania woman has been arrested for paying an undercover officer she thought was a hit man to kill her daughter's ex-boyfriend and two other people.
"Nagrodski didn't have a lot of money, but she certainly had a lot of determination to take revenge on the man she believed had taken her grandchildren from her," said Elie Honig, director of the state's Division of Criminal Justice.
The State Police disarmed an explosive situation and probably prevented multiple deaths.
The Oklahoman reported (http://bit.ly/1HGS2BP ) Wednesday that the autopsy says Hufford apparently tried to fight off the attack and had defensive injuries to both hands and her right arm.
A spokeswoman for the Oklahoma medical examiner's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press.
Moore makes comeback from life-threatening injury
DENVER (AP) — Before every game, Broncos safety Rahim Moore rolls down his socks to oil the 13-inch scar that serpentines down his left calf.
Only when he awoke from emergency surgery did he understand his quick thinking had saved his limb and maybe even his life.
Moore wouldn't realize until after watching the Super Bowl from the sideline that seeking medical attention right away also saved his NFL career.
By every measure, the fourth-year safety has returned a better player this season after doubling down on his film study while rehabbing from the rare muscle condition called acute lateral compartment syndrome.
Many things silhouette a man's life, from the choices he makes to the journey he takes, and some of the things have come to define Moore are these: sidestepping the tough streets of L.
Appeals court judge declares against death penalty
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A judge on the state's top criminal court has declared that he now believes the death penalty should be abolished as a punishment for capital murder.