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Michael Williams uses a kayak to retrieve valuables from his mother Karleen Shaw's house on Sunday, May 24, 2015 in Lexington Okla.  Williams forced his mother from the house Saturday night after the water level got waist high. (Steve Sisney/The Oklahoman via AP) LOCAL STATIONS OUT (KFOR, KOCO, KWTV, KOKH, KAUT OUT); LOCAL WEBSITES OUT; LOCAL PRINT OUT (EDMOND SUN OUT, OKLAHOMA GAZETTE OUT) TABLOIDS OUT
The Latest on weather: Houston-area dam evacuations liftedThe Latest on weather: Houston-area dam evacuations lifted
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Troubled Memphis-area cemetery to reopen for family membersRelatives of people buried at troubled Tennessee cemetery to visit loved ones for 3 hours
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Charles W. Benning, a 92-year-old World War II veteran, left to fight the war in Europe before he could graduate from high school. Next Thursday, Yellow Springs High School will award him the diploma he never received. (Ty Greenlees/Dayton Daily News via AP)
WWII vet to receive honorary diploma from Ohio high schoolWWII veteran to receive honorary diploma from Ohio high school 7 decades after leaving for war
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In this May 23, 2015 photo, a protester is arrested by Oakland Police Officers after a group refused to leave the intersection in Oakland, Calif. About 100 people took to the streets in Oakland on Saturday night to protest against what they said was the city's crackdown on nighttime demonstrations. (Leah Millis/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)  MANDATORY CREDIT PHOTOG & CHRONICLE; MAGS OUT; NO SALES
New Oakland police policy draws protestsNew Oakland police policy draws protests; many arrested, cited
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File-This May 30, 2012, file photo shows Vanya Shivashankar, of Olathe, Kan., smiling as she answers her question during the third round of the National Spelling Bee in Oxon Hill, Md.  Participants and bee officials say the competition is fairer now that kids are tested on what words mean. But it’s also taken some of the drama away from the semifinal rounds. Thirteen-year-old Vanya Shivashankar says she misses the simplicity of the old format, which she called “spelling till you drop.” Now, there are two semifinal rounds, and test scores determine who makes it to the finals. Vanya was eliminated at that stage last year.  (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)
Vocabulary test takes away some National Spelling Bee dramaMore than memory: Vocabulary makes National Spelling Bee more fair, but some miss old format
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