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Three Fayetteville residents men have been charged in the August shooting death of a man at a home in the city.
A witness told deputies that two men wearing ski masks rushed up to Graham, shot him with a handgun, and then drove off.
The Kansas City Star reports (http://bit.ly/1pDKO6r ) the agreement, which requires a federal judge's approval, also temporarily stops a federal court lawsuit scheduled to go to trial in December.
Lyft uses a smartphone app to link passengers with part-time drivers in their own vehicles.
The former warden of the Iberia Parish Jail alleges he was fired last year for complaining about inmate beatings and reporting other wrongdoing by deputies that included theft and forgery.
Hayes' lawsuit list three instances of alleged abuse at the jail, two in April 2011 that Hayes said he witnessed and a 2012 incident captured on video.
Hayes' attorney, Clay Burgess, declined to discuss the details of the allegations, and Sheriff Louis Ackal did not respond to a request to comment on the lawsuit or the circumstances of Hayes' termination, citing a policy of not commenting on pending litigation.
Travelers flying through Denver International Airport may face some lingering delays because of a problem with its air traffic control software.
Fifteen flights had to be diverted away from Denver and other flights were delayed because of the problem Thursday morning. The problem lasted for about an hour and airport spokesman Heath Montgomery says the airport is working to catch up on flights that were delayed.