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Once again, Republicans in the Iowa Legislature are inviting an out-of-state attack on the economic security of Iowa families.

Their target is the Iowa Public Employees\u2019 Retirement System (IPERS), a well-managed, effective pension system that contributes $1.6 billion each year to the Iowa economy. Actuaries using audited, industry standards, offer the 350,000 people contributing in the IPERS system what Iowa has long promised -- a secure retirement that the state can afford.

Now Iowa Republicans are threatening to break that retirement promise by putting the Reason Foundation, an out-of-state special interest group, in charge of an official review of IPERS. Nothing is more critical to assuring a secure pension system than using good data \u2014 either in managing the system, or in considering changes to it. To provide data for this review, Republicans have entrusted a so-called foundation funded by the Koch Brothers, which has a history of attacking public pension systems across the country. One Republican state senator claims that no decision has been made about the future of IPERS, but their decision to outsource their review to a highly questionable group with a track record of siding against workers is like picking a player from one team to referee a game. How can we trust their credibility?

Unfortunately, this is just the latest unwarranted and baseless attack against working families by Iowa Republicans. We saw it on collective bargaining, where backroom deals produced legislation that gutted workers\u2019 rights at the bargaining table. We also saw it on workers\u2019 compensation. No noteworthy problems were identified that needed to be changed, no calls were made for change by voters during the 2016 election campaign, nonetheless backroom deals turned the systems upside down when the political levers were in place for it to happen. We have also seen it with the state\u2019s switch to a privatized Medicaid system. No fair and unbiased committees with experts in the field of medicine, business and other industries affected were formed to study the state\u2019s system to determine the best path forward. Instead, the governor and Republicans legislators swiftly scrapped a system and sent it to the highest bidders. We now have a complete collapse with thousands of Iowans potentially left uninsured.

None of these laws and programs demanded radical change \u2014 if any at all. But all of the changes were driven by political and ideological motivation to the detriment of the working men and women of Iowa. Now IPERS is their next target, and Republicans are using this out-of-state, Koch-funded group to tilt the scales in favor of policies they want to pursue. A look at Reason's own \"pension reform handbook\" from 2014 sets forth a strategy to push states away from \"defined benefit\" pension systems (IPERS is one), toward \"defined contribution\" plans such as 401k plans that pose significantly more risk to the family depending on their retirement. This is a clear message from the handbook. In addition, Reason has received more than $3.5 million from one notable critic of public pensions, John Arnold. Add to this the clear preference of the new governor, Kim Reynolds, for a look at a 401k-style plan, and it will not be surprising when Reason produces a \"study\" recommending significant changes to the structure of IPERS, to the detriment of employees either now, in the future, or both.

It\u2019s time for the legislature to stop the partisan attacks on Iowans, and provide honest scrutiny of who is advising our policy makers. The Reason Foundation should not be consulted by the state, let alone be empowered as they are by Republicans in the legislature. Iowa families are under attack, and retirement security is the latest target. The question is, will Iowa\u2019s economy and families survive another all-out assault?

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The Quad-City Times editorial of July 16 about Strategic Behavioral Health (SBH) misses the point when you state, \u201c(SBH) must still think there\u2019s a need for more beds and money to be made. It\u2019s an assertion that Genesis and UnityPoint reject.\u201d

The opposition to SBH is based precisely on the fact that they think there is \u201cmoney to be made.\u201d No one disputes that. The point is that they will take that money out of the Quad-Cities and pay off their investors back in Memphis, Tennessee.

It stands to reason that a for-profit firm like SBH makes investment decisions based on the profit they can make. They are investing $20 million on the site in Bettendorf. They must think they can not only get that $20 million back (by focusing on the most lucrative cases), but make money beyond the $20 million.

Let\u2019s say the private investors expect a 10 percent return (a conservative figure). We don\u2019t know how much profit they expect to make because SBH has been unwilling to answer that question. At 10 percent, that is $2 million per year going from the Quad-Cities to Memphis.

That $2 million should be re-invested into health care in the Quad-Cities, which is exactly what the not-for-profit providers, Genesis or UnityPoint, would do. Would we take $2 million per year of our United Way funding and spend it in Memphis?

Dr. Dan R. Ebener

Davenport

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Blame \u2014 or credit \u2014 \u201cJaws.\u201d

Steven Spielberg\u2019s 1975 thriller, based on the Peter Benchley novel, drove giant, person-eating sharks so deeply into our national psyche that we\u2019ve been a little afraid to go back into the water ever since.

Marine biologists can tell us over and over that sharks greatly prefer seals to human sushi, but then a great white attacks a kayak off Santa Cruz, Calif., as happened earlier this month, and the scares are real again.

The Discovery Channel has fed on our fascination, and fear, since 1988, when Shark Week was born. The ratings-grabbing phenomenon has grown ever since, with this year\u2019s event, beginning Sunday, going global with same-day airings in 220 countries.

This year\u2019s offerings cover a lot of ocean, from New England to Western Australia to Tokyo. Shark experts weigh in with facts, but scares and silliness abound \u2014 one highlight of the eight-day week pits Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps in a race against a great white, \u201cthe ocean\u2019s most efficient predator.\u201d

In a promo video, Seal (the singer) is snapped up by a shark while singing \u201cKiss From a Rose\u201d on a dock, a nod to the week\u2019s catchphrase, \u201cIt\u2019s a bad week to be a seal.\u201d

But since 2015, Shark Week has faced a new predator, Nat Geo Wild\u2019s Sharkfest. Is it a ripoff? Yes indeed, and Sharkfest mocked that fact by sending out a news release this year that was an edited version of a Shark Week release.

\u201cThe second-best-known week of sharks,\u201d Sharkfest called itself, announcing programs like \u201cShark vs. Predator\u201d and boasting that it had landed its own Olympic gold medal swimmer, Ryan Lochte.

(Lochte later weighed in on whether Phelps, the only swimmer to top him in gold medals, could beat the shark in a race. \u201cHell, no,\u201d Lochte was quoted as saying.)

Shark Week boasts of more than a dozen product tie-ins, from Southwest Airlines (again painting shark species on one of its planes) to nail polish to cupcakes.

Nat Geo Wild\u2019s Sharkfest has its own lurid titles but keeps things on the scientific side by rolling out experts and repeating a special looking at dangers to sharks as a species.

Shark Week has its array of scientists, too, even sending Phelps to shark school.

Shark Week hasn\u2019t been without controversy. In past years, fake \u201cdocumentaries\u201d like \u201cMegalodon: The Monster Shark Lives\u201d aroused the ire of scientists and the scorn of critics who pointed out that fiction is fine but not when it poses as nonfiction.

Speaking of fake \u2014 and proudly so: \u201cSharknado 5: Global Swarming\u201d airs Aug. 6 on Syfy.

Discovery\u2019s Shark Week

\u201cGreat White Shark Serial Killer Lives,\u201d 6 p.m. Sunday \u2022 Every two years in October, a secluded beach on the central California coast has been the scene of great white shark attacks. Is it the same shark returning again and again?

\u201cPhelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White,\u201d 7 p.m. Sunday \u2022 \u201cThe world\u2019s most decorated athlete takes on the ocean\u2019s most efficient predator: Phelps V Shark \u2014 the race is on!\u201d

\u201cShark-Croc Showdown,\u201d 8:10 p.m. Sunday \u2022 Experts visit a spot in the Northern Territory of Australia where sharks and crocodiles are reported to fight over sea turtles.

\u201cDevil Sharks,\u201d 9:10 p.m. Sunday \u2022 Around the world, sharks congregate around volcanoes and volcanic islands. What is it about volcanoes that make them shark hotspots?

\u201cShark Vortex,\u201d 7 p.m. Monday \u2022 Each summer, the Gulf Stream pushes north into the waters of southern New England, bringing with it 30 species of sharks.

\u201cReturn to the Isle of Jaws,\u201d 8 p.m. Monday \u2022 Divers and scientists try to unlock the mysteries of this new great white hot spot, just south of Western Australia.

\u201cAlien Sharks: Stranger Fins,\u201d 9 p.m. Monday \u2022 The search continues for some of the world\u2019s strangest sharks.

\u201cSharks and the City: LA,\u201d 8 p.m. Tuesday \u2022 Along the coastline of LA, great white sharks are increasing, and they seem to be hunting out of season.

\u201cSharks and the City: New York,\u201d 9 p.m. Tuesday \u2022 For decades, great white shark numbers were in decline in the waters around New York. But now, seals are back in New York Harbor. Can the great whites be far behind?

\u201cThe Lost Cage,\u201d 8 p.m. Wednesday \u2022 Explorers float in a one-of-a-kind shark cage, 500 miles into the Gulf of Mexico, acting as human lures.

\u201cGreat Hammerhead Invasion,\u201d 9 p.m. Wednesday \u2022 In early November, giant hammerheads arrive off Bimini, in the Bahamas. But why?

\u201cShark Exile,\u201d 8 p.m. Thursday \u2022 Can a method of catching and moving sharks out to the open sea work in Australia?

\u201cShark Swarm,\u201d 9 p.m. Thursday \u2022 What makes sharks of many kinds gather, swarm and spiral?

\u201cAfrican Shark Safari,\u201d 8 p.m. July 28 \u2022 What led a great white shark to travel to Madagascar?

\u201cLair of the Sawfish,\u201d 9 p.m. July 28 \u2022 The sawfish has evolutionary links to sharks and rays.

\u201cSharkmania,\u201d 8 p.m. July 29 \u2022 A recap of Shark Week moments.

\u201cShark School With Michael Phelps,\u201d 7 p.m. July 30 \u2022 In Bimini, Phelps gets a crash course on everything shark.

Nat Geo Wild\u2019s Sharkfest

\u201cShark v. Predator,\u201d 7 p.m. Sunday \u2022 Seals, crocodiles, octopi, bobcats and even birds go head-to-head with sharks.

\u201cTiger Shark Terror,\u201d 7 p.m. Monday \u2022 Divers explore whether shark behavior changes once the sun goes down.

\u201cMission critical: Sharks Under Attack,\u201d 9 p.m. Monday \u2022 A repeat special from National Geographic. Underwater photographer Brian Skerry looks at sharks\u2019 fragile ecosystems.

\u201cShark Swarm,\u201d 7 p.m. Tuesday \u2022 What is the attraction at mysterious waypoints where sharks congregate?

\u201cWorld\u2019s Deadliest: Shark Frenzy,\u201d 7 p.m. Wednesday \u2022 How sharks feed.

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Are you still calling it The MARK?

\"060413-iwireless-mullen-02\"

Now known as the\u00a0iWireless Center,\u00a0the civic center on Moline's riverfront is one of the downtown improvements resulting from the\u00a0formation 25 years ago of Renew Moline.

iWireless is keeping its name on the Illinois arena, as well as extending its sponsorship deal for another two years. The original 10-year contract ended in July, but Wednesday's announcement ends the search for a new naming-rights partner.

Who pays for the airport?

\"airport\"

Passengers at the Quad-Cities International Airport await flights Tuesday. A consultant for the airport says traffic is expected to continue to decline year-over-year.

As traffic continues to decline at the Quad-City International Airport, officials consider broadening tax authority to include residents of Scott County as a way to help flagging revenue.\u00a0

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

The musical comedy following the matrimonial aspirations of a group of backwoods Oregon brothers and the woman who tries to teach them to court a lady opens this weekend at Circa '21.

Kids Bop

Kidstock, a summer music program for children ages 8-18, wraps up at the River Music Experience this week. Its noble goal: Let kids be rock stars. Adults should be so lucky.

Traffic

Brady Street should be ready for @BixSeven https://t.co/gUyzrUxBAo #Bix7 #qctraffic pic.twitter.com/bbO4vM6urQ

— Local 4 WHBF (@Local4NewsWHBF) July 19, 2017
\n

Brady is still undergoing a facelift in preparation for the Bix.
\u00a0

Weather

A hot and muggy July continues with early morning showers on the way.

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River Music Experience hosted Kidstock, a summer music program for kids ages 8-18, again this summer, sticking to a simple note: Letting kids be rock stars.

Campers are wrapping up a week of workshops and lessons taught by area musicians and led by Bret Dale, RME's director of programming and education. The students formed a band with fellow campers and will finish the program with a performance in front of their friends and families at noon Saturday at the Redstone Room, 129 N. Main St., Davenport.\u00a0

Similar to Kidstock, RME will hold its\u00a0annual Winter Blues program, featuring vocal and instrumental workshops with a focus on blues music composition and improvisation, in December. Sessions are open to area musicians ages 8-18. The program, which cost $175,\u00a0runs the last week of December and concludes with a blues jam in the Redstone Room.\u00a0

For information about Kidstock and other educational programs offered by RME, visit rivermusicexperience.org.

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'Dunkirk'

Rated: PG-13 for intense war experience and some language

Translation: A wartime story based on historic events with guns and bombs; characters are injured and killed; a soldier commits suicide and another sacrifices himself to save others. There is some strong language.

Recommendation: Middle school-adults

Family discussion: Why were the soldiers surprised by the way their evacuation was seen by the British people? Who should decide who has to leave the ship?

If you like this, try: The 1958 film, also called \u201cDunkirk,\u201d starring John Mills, Richard Attenborough and Bernard Lee, 2017\u2019s World War II drama \u201cTheir Finest,\u201d which includes a depiction of a propaganda film about the Dunkirk rescue, and the upcoming \u201cChurchill.\u201d

'Girls Trip'

Rated: R for crude and sexual content throughout, pervasive language, brief graphic nudity, and drug material

Translation: Extremely raunchy and explicit sexual references and humor with some nudity and simulation of sexual acts, adultery, very strong and crude language, drinking, drugs, comic violence.

Recommendation: Mature teens-adults

Family discussion: Why did the friends get out of touch with each other? Who changed the most on the trip and why?

If you like this, try: \u201cSet it Off\u201d (also starring Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith), \u201cLast Holiday,\u201d and \u201cThe Hangover\"

Find Nell Minow’s reviews at moviemom.com. Email: moviemom@moviemom.com Movie Mom is a registered trademark of Nell Minow.

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SAN DIEGO (AP) \u2014 Taron Egerton is no match for Channing Tatum in a fight and Halle Berry can hold her liquor.

Those are just a few of the messages Comic-Con audiences got Thursday at the Hall H panel for \"Kingsman: The Golden Circle\" that kicked off the annual fan convention.

From director Matthew Vaughn, \"The Golden Circle\" is a sequel to 2014's hyper-stylized \"Kingsman: The Secret Service\" about a group of well-tailored and Scotch-loving British super spies. The raucous panel promoting the film went to a new level when Berry downed the half a pint of whiskey that Tatum poured for her in one gulp. Berry and Tatum are new additions to the franchise as American spies called the Statesman.

Berry said her character Ginger is the Statesman equivalent of Mark Strong's Kingsman Merlin.

\"She has hidden depths,\" Berry teased. \"I'm just going to say that.\"

Audiences also saw a few sequences from the film, including one where Egerton faces off against Tatum's Kentucky cowboy Agent Tequila in a bourbon distillery and loses.

\"I am nothing in terms of strength compared to one Channing Tatum,\" Egerton laughed. \"All I will say is don't get in a fight with Channing Tatum.\"

Tatum said he was a \"fan-fan\" of the first film.

\"I was just begging to be in this movie,\" Tatum said.

The crowd in Hall H, which can hold 6,500 bodies, also got a glimpse of a stomach-churning clip introducing Julianne Moore's sadistic and hyper-nostalgic Poppy, who tortures her subjects with a smile.

Jeff Bridges, who plays a new character named Agent Champagne, was also there, as was Colin Firth whose character Harry Hart met an unfortunate demise in the first film. He is returning for the sequel, but remained coy as to how that will actually play out.

One person not in attendance was Vaughn, who is in London finishing the film, which hits theaters on Sept. 22.

The 20th Century Fox presentation did not go past \"Kingsman,\" however, much to the chagrin of attendees who held out hope for surprise \"Deadpool\" sequel information.

Other studios hyping films throughout the week include Marvel Studios, Netflix and Warner Bros. with their DC Comics slate.

Comic-Con runs through Sunday.

\u2014\u2014\u2014

Follow AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ldbahr

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LOVELOCK, Nev. (AP) \u2014 The Latest on O.J. Simpson's parole hearing (all times local):

1:15 p.m.

Florida corrections officials say they must accept Nevada's request to supervise O.J. Simpson if it meets all needed criteria.

Michelle Glady of the Florida Department of Corrections says Simpson would be assigned a Florida probation officer and supervised under the conditions of his parole.

Simpson told a Nevada parole board that will allow him to be released in October that he wanted to live with family in Florida.

Simpson has spent more than eight years behind bars for armed robbery and assault with a weapon after trying to take back sports memorabilia in a budget hotel room in Las Vegas.

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12:55 p.m.

A Nevada parole official says if O.J. Simpson is cleared to be supervised in Florida, he would report to a Florida parole officer.

Capt. Shawn Arruti of the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation told reporters Thursday after Simpson was granted parole that if he violated the terms of release, he would come back to Nevada to have his parole revoked.

Arruti says Florida parole officials will decide whether to accept Simpson, but it's common when an inmate has family in the area like he does.

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12:50 p.m.

Corrections officials say O.J. Simpson will spend his last few months behind bars preparing his plan for release.

Warden Isidro Baca of the Nevada Department of Corrections said Thursday after Simpson was granted parole that there would be no announcement when Simpson is moved from the prison where he's been housed for nearly nine years for armed robbery.

Parole lasts until Simpson's discharge date: Sept. 29, 2022

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12:40 p.m.

A parole official says he reached out to counterparts in Florida ahead of O.J. Simpson's hearing to see if they would agree to supervise him if he was released from prison later this year.

Capt. Shawn Arruti of the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation told reporters Thursday after Simpson was granted parole that he made advance plans because the former sports star was interested in living with family in Florida.

Arruti says Florida parole officials have up to 45 days to investigate but the acceptance rate is high when there's family in the area.

He says that of Florida won't allow Simpson to move there, the department would work with him for a plan to stay in Nevada or to pick another state if he has a plan and support system.

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12:30 p.m.

O.J. Simpson's sister began weeping as the third of four parole commissioners voted to release the former football star October.

Shirley Baker then began hugging Simpson's daughter, Arnelle, who had been holding a hand over her mouth Thursday in the parole hearing room at a Nevada prison.

A corrections officer led Simpson away. As they walked alone down a hallway, Simpson raised his hands over his head in a gesture of victory and said, \"Oh God, oh!\"

He has served nearly nine years for armed robbery and assault with a weapon when he tried to take back sports memorabilia in a hotel room in Las Vegas.

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12:25 p.m.

O.J. Simpson's attorney says prison officials should strip the pension benefits from a former guard who wrote a book about his experiences behind bars with the former football star.

Malcolm LaVergne says Jeffrey Felix's book, \"Guarding the Juice,\" included false information. LaVergne says Simpson was a model inmate who had positive interactions with corrections department officials.

The attorney spoke to reporters outside a Nevada prison Thursday after Simpson was granted parole for armed robbery and assault with a weapon.

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12:20 p.m.

O.J. Simpson's lawyer says his client has taken plenty of responsibility for the armed robbery that sent him to prison for nearly nine years.

Malcolm LaVergne was defensive as he spoke to reporters outside a Nevada prison Thursday after Simpson was granted parole. He dismissed a reporter's question about whether Simpson has fully acknowledged his role in the confrontation with two sports memorabilia dealers in a hotel room.

Simpson told the parole board that he's sorry \"that things turned out the way they did\" and had no intent to commit a crime. At one point, he also said he had basically lived a \"conflict-free life.\"

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12:10 p.m.

A Nevada parole board allowing O.J. Simpson to go free in October has cited his compliance with prison rules, his lack of prior convictions, his low risk of committing another crime, his community support and stable release plans.

The four commissioners decided Thursday that the 70-year-old former football, TV and movie star can be paroled after serving his minimum nine-year term for armed robbery and assault with a weapon. He tried to take back sports memorabilia in a hotel room in Las Vegas.

The chairwoman of the board says it didn't look favorably on parole violators. The commissioners will release a final order with the conditions of Simpson's release.

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11:55 a.m.

O.J. Simpson will be paroled after serving nine years in prison for a botched bid to retrieve sports memorabilia in Las Vegas.

A Nevada parole board decided Thursday that the 70-year-old former football, TV and movie star will be released in October after serving his minimum term for armed robbery and assault with a weapon.

Simpson responded emotionally, saying, \"Thank you, thank you, thank you.\"

Four parole commissioners in Carson City questioned Simpson by videoconference from the Lovelock Correctional Center in rural Nevada. He has been held there since he was convicted in 2008.

The conviction came 13 years to the day after he was acquitted of murder in 1995 in the deaths of his ex-wife and her friend in Los Angeles.

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11:50 a.m.

A Nevada parole board is getting ready to issue its decision on whether to grant O.J. Simpson release from prison.

Simpson was seated back in the parole hearing room at a Nevada prison Thursday, chatting and laughing with his attorney and others in the room apparently unaware the microphone is picking up his conversation.

The four commissioners who questioned Simpson by videoconference heard testimony from Simpson, his daughter and the victim in the armed robbery that put the former sports start in prison for nearly nine years.

The 70-year-old Simpson is asking four Nevada parole board members to release him in October. He has a good chance after they sided with him once before and because he's kept a clean prison record.

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11:25 a.m.

A Nevada parole board is heading into deliberations on whether to grant O.J. Simpson release from prison.

The four commissioners who questioned Simpson by videoconference walked out of the room after hearing testimony from Simpson, his daughter and the victim in the armed robbery that put Simpson in prison for nearly nine years.

Connie Bisbee, chairwoman of the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners, said it would take about 30 minutes to make a decision. It has to be unanimous.

Two other commissioners monitored the hearing and will weigh in if the other four don't reach a unanimous decision.

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11:20 a.m.

One of the sports memorabilia dealers in the robbery that put O.J. Simpson in prison has told a Nevada parole board that the former sports star apologized to him and he accepted it.

Bruce Fromong says he and Simpson have been friends for almost 27 years and that Simpson is not a threat. He says Simpson's nearly nine years behind bars is \"way too long\" and that it's time for him to go home to his family and friends.

He said Simpson is a good man and made a mistake. Turning to Simpson, Fromong said that if Simpson was released: \"Juice I'll be here tomorrow for you.\"

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11:10 a.m.

One of the sports memorabilia dealers in the robbery that put O.J. Simpson in prison has told a Nevada parole board that the former sports star was misled about what was going to be at a Las Vegas hotel for him to recover.

Bruce Fromong says he and Simpson have been friends for almost 27 years and that Simpson never \"held a gun on me.\"

Simpson's lawyer, Malcolm Lavergne, said earlier that Fromong called his office and they talked about how Simpson had apologized and he had accepted it.

Simpson has spent more than eight years behind bars for armed robbery and assault with a weapon after trying to take back sports memorabilia in a budget hotel room in Las Vegas.

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11:10 a.m.

O.J. Simpson has told a Nevada parole board that he is sorry \"that things turned out the way they did\" and had no intent to commit a crime.

Simpson also says he will be \"no problem\" and would like to get back to family and friends. He says no one has represented his prison better than himself.

He says he would like to get back to his family and friends.

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11:05 a.m.

O.J. Simpson's attorney says he has talked to the sports memorabilia that was robbed and that the two had made things right.

Malcolm Lavergne told a Nevada parole board that Bruce Fromong called his office and they talked about how Simpson had apologized and he had accepted it.

Fromong is a longtime friend of Simpson's and would testify in favor of release before the board Thursday.

Simpson has spent nearly nine years behind bars for armed robbery and assault with a weapon after trying to take back sports memorabilia from Fromong and another collectibles dealer in a budget hotel room in Las Vegas.

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11 a.m.

O.J. Simpson's lawyer has read a letter from his client to a Nevada lawmaker thanking him for providing educational materials to the prison where the former football star has been housed for nearly nine years.

Simpson wrote to state Assemblyman Ozzie Fumo, one of his former attorneys, that the education provided behind bars helped him learn new skills. The letter was read aloud Thursday at Simpson's parole hearing.

He cited a computer course he took that would allow him to better communicate with his children and perhaps even do a webcast or blog in the future.

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10:55 a.m.

With her father looking on, Simpson's daughter has tearfully told parole commissioners that her father's choices were wrong, but he has been a perfect inmate.

Arnelle Simpson has asked a Nevada parole board to let her father come home.

The 70-year-old Simpson is asking four Nevada parole board members to release him in October. He has a good chance after they sided with him once before and because he's kept a clean prison record.

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10:55 a.m.

Arnelle Simpson, O.J. Simpson's oldest child, is speaking on behalf of the family at his parole hearing in Nevada, saying they just want him to come home.

She told the parole board Thursday that the family realizes he's not perfect but has done the best he can. She says he didn't make the right decision in 2008 when he tried to take back sports memorabilia in a budget hotel room in Las Vegas. He was convicted of armed robbery and has spent nearly nine years behind bars.

Arnelle Simpson says she knows her father is remorseful, and the family wants him home so they can move forward. She called her father her best friend and her rock.

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10:45 a.m.

A Nevada parole board says O.J. Simpson has requested to live in Florida if he is released from prison.

Simpson then said, laughing, \"I could easily stay in Nevada but I don't think you guys want me here.\"

The chairwoman of the parole commissioner said, \"No comment here.\" Parole commissioners say he applied to live with family in Florida.

Simpson has spent more than eight years behind bars for armed robbery and assault with a weapon after trying to take back sports memorabilia in a budget hotel room in Las Vegas.

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10:40 a.m.

A Nevada parole official has told O.J. Simpson that the board has received hundreds of letters in support and opposition to his release from prison.

Parole Commissioner Susan Jackson said Thursday that the opposition letters requested the board take into account his 1995 acquittal on murder charges in the death of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman as well as a civil court decision that found him liable for the deaths.

But Jackson says the board would not take that into account. Simpson thanked the board.

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10:40 a.m.

O.J. Simpson has told a Nevada parole board that he has been humbled by his incarceration.

Simpson also said Thursday he's never made any excuses during his years in prison, but he wishes he had not brought two \"security\" men along to the Las Vegas hotel room encounter that led to his conviction.

The 70-year-old Simpson is asking four Nevada parole board members to release him in October. He has a good chance after they sided with him once before and because he's kept a clean prison record.

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10:40 a.m.

O.J. Simpson has told a Nevada parole board that he doesn't think he has an alcohol problem but has acknowledged he had been drinking the day of the crime that has put him in prison for nearly nine years.

Simpson said Thursday that an alcohol program he has taken would be more valuable in keeping an eye on his children.

Simpson has spent more than eight years behind bars for armed robbery and assault with a weapon after trying to take back sports memorabilia in a budget hotel room in Las Vegas.

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10:35 a.m.

O.J. Simpson has repeatedly told a Nevada parole board that he wish an armed robbery behind

\"I wish it would have never happened\" I apologize to the people of Nevada

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10:35 a.m.

O.J. Simpson has told a Nevada parole board that he has often mediated conflict among inmates.

Simpson told the board Thursday that an alternative-to-violence course he took has been the most important lesson behind bars.

Simpson previously asked for leniency in 2013, saying he had tried to be a model prisoner. He won parole on some convictions but was left with four more years to serve.

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10:30 a.m.

O.J. Simpson has told a Nevada parole board he wasn't aware that when he and others went to a Las Vegas hotel room to confront two sports memorabilia dealers that one of his companions pulled a gun.

Simpson told the board Thursday he only found out about the gun afterward. He has spent nearly nine years behind bars for armed robbery and assault with a weapon for the heist.

He says the men who went with him to the hotel room received a get-out-of-jail-free card when they told authorities that Simpson told them to do it.

Simpson says he apologized to the surviving memorabilia dealer, who was a friend, and that he accepted the apology.

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10:25 a.m.

O.J. Simpson is telling a Nevada parole board that he didn't make any excuses during his nine years behind bars and has no intention of making them during his parole hearing.

The former sports star described what led up to an armed robbery at a Las Vegas hotel, saying he never pointed a gun at anyone or made any threats during the crime that put him in prison.

Simpson strongly stated Thursday that almost all the sports memorabilia items he saw in a collector's Las Vegas hotel room belonged to him.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 Television networks returned to the scene of an old obsession by casting aside regular daytime programming Thursday to cover O.J. Simpson's parole hearing in Nevada on an armed robbery conviction.

When Simpson put down his head, raised it with a smile and said \"thank you\" after he was granted freedom following nine years in prison, comparisons to his acquittal for the 1994 murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman proved irresistible for many watching.

NBC's Lester Holt said it was \"a reaction not unlike one we saw in a Los Angeles courtroom in 1995.\"

ABC, CBS and NBC, news networks CNN, Fox News Channel, HLN and MSNBC, and even ESPN and CNBC showed the parole board hearing live. For the broadcasters, it meant pausing soap operas and talk shows. For the news networks, it meant a brief respite from coverage of President Donald Trump. All were chasing the ratings achieved by the long-running coverage of Simpson's murder trial more than two decades ago.

Commentators offered harsh assessments of the odd spectacle that NBC's Savannah Guthrie dubbed \"the parole hearing of the century.\"

CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, author of \"The Run of His Life: The People vs. O.J. Simpson, said the hearing was \"an absolute disgrace.\"

\"Seeing this just reinforces the belief that he is a deeply delusional and self-obsessed narcissist and good luck to America when he is let out,\" Toobin said.

Enhancing the sense of a television time warp, Toobin and a fellow CNN commentator, Avena Martin, engaged in a heated argument about Simpson's guilt or innocence in the murder of his wife.

While most of the networks let the hearing play out onscreen, ABC commentators injected their opinions. George Stephanopoulos said that Simpson's daughter, Arnelle, was more effective in five minutes of testimony than her father was in a half hour. Analyst Dan Abrams was incredulous about a letter that Simpson's lawyer read. \"This is absurd,\" he said.

Analyst Rikki Kleinman on CBS said Simpson needed to show remorse and instead seemed ornery at times. She and ABC's Deborah Roberts were incredulous that Simpson seemed intent on relitigating his robbery conviction.

Nonetheless, Abrams said the decision to grant Simpson parole was not a surprise, given the parameters set by the board, even if many Americans hoped that the 1994 murder case would be a factor. The board was determining whether Simpson had been sufficiently punished for trying to steal sports collectibles in a Las Vegas hotel room.

Social media offered the biggest contrast to the coverage from 1995. Quotes from Simpson's hearing spread on Twitter, making it instantly apparent which lines were sticking in viewers' heads. \"I've basically lived a conflict-free life,\" was one Simpson line widely quote, as was \"I'm not a guy who lived a criminal life.\"

\"You don't have to be extremely attentive to realize this is not an accurate reflection of his life,\" Toobin said.

ESPN's award-winning documentary, \"O.J.: Made in America\" and the FX miniseries, \"The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,\" revived public interest in the case and, with ESPN, likely played a part in that network's decision to televise the parole hearing live. Comedian W. Kamau Bell at one point tweeted that it felt like he was watching unedited footage from \"Made in America.\"

Hours before the parole hearing, the A&E Network announced it was making a two-hour movie, to be televised in October, about Simpson's armed robbery case.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 The latest on the auction of a bag containing traces of moon dust (all times local):

3:20 p.m.

A bag containing traces of moon dust has sold at auction in New York City for $1.8 million.

The sale at Sotheby's on Thursday was surrounded by some fallout from a galactic court battle.

The collection bag was used by astronaut Neil Armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in 1969.

But the artifact from the Apollo 11 mission was misidentified and sold at an online government auction. NASA fought to get it back.

In December, a federal judge ruled that it legally belonged to a Chicago-area woman who bought it in 2015 for $995.

Sotheby's has declined to identify the buyer who won the bag.

\u2014\u2014\u2014

12:15 p.m.

A bag containing traces of moon dust is heading to auction \u2014 surrounded by some fallout from a galactic court battle.

The collection bag, used by astronaut Neil Armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in 1969, will be featured Thursday at a Sotheby's auction in New York City of items related to space voyages. The pre-sale estimate is $2 million to $4 million.

The artifact from the Apollo 11 mission was misidentified and sold at an online government auction. NASA fought to get it back.

In December, a federal judge ruled that it legally belonged to a Chicago-area woman who bought it in 2015 for $995.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 A bag containing traces of moon dust sold for $1.8 million at an auction on Thursday following a galactic court battle.

The collection bag, used by astronaut Neil Armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in 1969, was sold at a Sotheby's auction of items related to space voyages. The buyer declined to be identified. The pre-sale estimate was $2 million to $4 million.

The artifact from the Apollo 11 mission had been misidentified and sold at an online government auction, and NASA had fought to get it back. But in December a federal judge ruled that it legally belonged to a Chicago-area woman who bought it in 2015 for $995.

Sotheby's declined to identify the seller. However, details of the 2015 purchase were made public during the court case.

Investigators unknowingly hit the moon mother lode in 2003 while searching the garage of a man later convicted of stealing and selling museum artifacts, including some that were on loan from NASA.

The 12-by-8\u00bd-inch (30-by-20-centimeter) bag was misidentified and sold at an online government auction.

Nancy Carlson, of Inverness, Illinois, got an ordinary-looking bag made of white Beta cloth and polyester with rubberized nylon and a brass zipper.

Carlson, a collector, knew the bag had been used in a space flight, but she didn't know which one. She sent it to NASA for testing, and the government agency, discovering its importance, fought to keep it.

The artifact \"belongs to the American people,\" NASA said then.

U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten, in Wichita, Kansas, said that while it shouldn't have gone up for auction he didn't have the authority to reverse the sale. He ordered the government to return it.

The judge said the importance and desirability of the bag stemmed solely from the efforts of NASA employees whose \"amazing technical achievements, skill and courage in landing astronauts on the moon and returning them safely have not been replicated in the almost half a century since the Apollo 11 landing.\"

When it comes to moon landings, Thursday's auction is far from the final frontier.

A group called For All Moonkind Inc. mentioned the moon bag this week while campaigning for \"measures to preserve and protect the six Apollo lunar landing sites.\" It plans to take up the issue next month at the Starship Congress 2017 in California.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 \"Morning Joe\" co-host Mika Brzezinski (bruh-ZHIN-skee) has a three-book deal.

Weinstein Books told The Associated Press on Thursday that the first release would be a new and expanded edition of the 2011 best-seller \"Knowing Your Value: Women, Money, and Getting What You're Worth.\" The book features commentary from Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Sheryl Sandberg, among others, and will come out next spring.

Brzezinski also plans two more \"Knowing Your Value\" publications, scheduled for fall 2018. \"Comeback Careers\" will be co-authored by sister-in-law Ginny Brzezinski, and \"The Millennial Challenge\" is a collaboration with \"Morning Joe\" associate producer Daniela Pierre-Bravo. Mika Brzezinski's other books include \"All Things at Once\" and \"Obsessed: America's Food Addiction \u2014 and My Own.\"

Weinstein Books is a partnership between the Weinstein Co. and Hachette Book Group.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 Romeo Santos would rather let his fans figure out what he and Julio Iglesias are singing about in their duet, \"El Amigo,\" included in his new album, \"Golden.\"

\"To me, this is one of my most genius records because you don't get it the first time. It is put together in such a subliminal way,\" the auto-proclaimed King of Bachata said in a recent interview.

\"Golden,\" which is being released Friday, is Santos' third solo album post-Aventura, the band that made him famous. It has 18 tracks, including two directed at the \"haters,\" Santos said, as well as collaborations with other Latin stars such as Juan Luis Guerra, in \"Carmin,\" and Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee in \"Bella y Sensual.\"

Santos said he hopes the album will connect with a varied and broad audience.

Working with Iglesias, he said, was a huge honor. \"I mean, what can I say? ... This is our Frank Sinatra ... he is a legend.\"

In an interview Wednesday with The Associated Press, he recalled how he was asked to participate in Iglesias' duets album. Santos told Iglesias he'd love to do so, but he had a better idea: inviting him to record a new song for \"Golden.\" He recorded \"El Amigo\" without referring to its subliminal message.

Santos said Iglesias got it and called a few days later to tell him that he was a genius. \"I had a lot of fun working on that song,\" he said.

\"Golden\" combines the Bachata from the Dominican Republic with international rhythms and boasts sensuality across its lyrics. It has an homage to Puerto Rico's Jibaro music; a story of infidelity narrated in two songs, one from the perspective of the lover and the other from the perspective of the husband; an irreverent duet with Jessie Reyes; and a song with emotional advice from a father to a daughter who is dating the wrong guy.

Santos, who is of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent, offers different hues of his emblematic high-pitched voice and mixes Spanish with English in many of the tracks.

\"It's probably by far my most complete production yet,\" he said. The album comes out with a second single at the top of Billboard's Latin Airplay: \"Imitadora.\"

The first single, \"Heroe Favorito,\" was No. 1 until Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's megahit \"Despacito\" took the spot and maintained it for 19 consecutive weeks.

\"It's a blessing, you know, when I read these titles. 'Despacito' is phenomenal; you can't really chase that type of success. I'm a huge fan of the record, the original, and then when the remix came out I said, 'Oh my god, it just got greater!' So to me it's just an honor to be able to position my second single No. 1 as well,\" Santos said a few hours after unveiling his wax figure at Manhattan's Madame Tussauds on Wednesday.

He got to work with Daddy Yankee \u2014 and Jam \u2014 on the track \"Bella y sensual\", something he said people were demanding from him for many years.

\"You know, the last Reggaeton I did was ... 'Noche de sexo' (a song released in 2006 by Wisin & Yandel, featuring Santos), so I thought it was time. I flew out to Puerto Rico to record with Yankee, I recorded with Nicky in Miami and it was a great experience. I reached out to them with a certain level of respect already ... but when I left each session, I left with a higher level of respect and wow,\" he said, \"these guys are amazing.\"

\u2014\u2014\u2014

Follow Sigal Ratner-Arias on Twitter at https://twitter.com/sigalratner

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LOS ANGELES (AP) \u2014 Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington, whose screeching vocals helped the rock-rap band become one of the most commercially successful acts in the 2000s, was found dead in his home near Los Angeles on Thursday, the Los Angeles County coroner said. He was 41.

Coroner spokesman Brian Elias said authorities are investigating Bennington's death as an apparent suicide at Palos Verdes Estates, but no additional details are available.

Band co-founder and producer Mike Shinoda said on Twitter he was \"shocked and saddened.\"

\"Chester Bennington was an artist of extraordinary talent and charisma, and a human being with a huge heart and a caring soul. Our thoughts and prayers are with his beautiful family, his band-mates and his many friends,\" Warner Bros. Records CEO and Chairman Cameron Stang said in a statement.

The Grammy Award-winning group sold more than 10 million copies of their 2000 debut, \"Hybrid Theory,\" which featured the megahit and anthem, \"In the End.\" They sold another 6 million with 2003's multiplatinum \"Meteora.\" Both albums explored feelings of frustration and fury.

The success helped Linkin Park become Billboard's No. 1 act of the decade for rock songs and alternative songs.

Bennington's voice could soar with piercing strength or descend to a whisper. Rolling Stone once called it a \"shrapnel-laced howl that sounds like it comes from someone twice his size.\"

The band also sold millions with its remix album, \"Reanimation,\" and its mash-up record with Jay-Z, \"Collision Course.\" They won Grammys for best hard rock performance in 2001 for \"Crawling\" and best rap/sung collaboration for \"Numb/Encore\" in 2005. Linkin Park was on tour and was next scheduled to perform next week in Massachusetts and New York.

Bennington struggled with drug and alcohol addictions at various times during his life. He said he had been sexually abused as a child and was homeless for months before the band found fame.

Linkin Park released their most recent album, \"One More Light,\" in May. It was a CD that divided critics and fans alike for its embrace of moody pop. One song on the album, \"Heavy,\" opens with the words: \"I don't like my mind right now.\"

Although the band had always experimented with different sounds, some claimed Linkin Park had sold out, which Bennington denied. \"One More Light\" became the band's fifth No. 1 album debut on the Billboard 200.

\"If you like the music, fantastic. If you don't like it, that's your opinion too. Fantastic. If you're saying we're doing what we're doing for a commercial or monetary reason, trying to make success out of some formula. then stab yourself in the face!\" Bennington told NME magazine.

Bennington was close friends with Chris Cornell, who died by hanging earlier this year, and performed Leonard Cohen's \"Hallelujah\" at the Soundgarden singer's memorial in late May. He was the godfather of Cornell's 11-year-old son, Chris. Cornell's 53rd birthday would have been Thursday.

\"The Cornell family is overwhelmed by the heartbreaking news about Chester Bennington which tragically comes so soon after their family's own loss,\" said a Cornell family spokesperson. \"They open up their loving arms to Chester's family and share in the sorrow with all those who loved him.\"

When he got his big break in 1999, Bennington was an assistant at a digital-services firm in Phoenix. A music executive sent him a demo from the band Xero, which needed a lead singer. (He had been recommended by his attorney.) Bennington wrote and recorded new vocals over the band's playing and sent the results back. He soon got the gig and the band then changed its named to Hybrid Theory, then Linkin Park.

Bennington told The Associated Press in 2010 that because of the sound the band is known for \u2014 fusing sounds from nu-metal, punk, rock, pop and hip-hop \u2014 it was virtually impossible to satisfy their many kinds of fans.

\"We're making music for us, that we like. We're not making music for other people,\" he said. \"We're not thinking, 'Let's make a pie-graph of all our fans and find out how many people fit in whatever category and then make the perfect album for them.' Like, that would be absolutely ridiculous.\"

Bennington was married to his second wife, Talinda, and is survived by six children.

\u2014\u2014\u2014

AP Music Writer Mesfin Fekadu in New York contributed to this report. Kennedy also reported from New York.

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LOVELOCK, Nev. (AP) \u2014 O.J. Simpson was granted parole Thursday after more than eight years in prison for a Las Vegas hotel heist, successfully making his case in a nationally televised hearing that reflected America's enduring fascination with the former football star.

Simpson, 70, could be a free man as early as Oct. 1. By then, he will have served the minimum of his nine-to-33-year armed-robbery sentence for a bungled attempt to snatch sports memorabilia and other mementos he claimed had been stolen from him.

All four parole commissioners who conducted the hearing voted for his release after about a half-hour of deliberations. They cited his lack of a prior conviction, the low risk he might commit another crime, his community support and his release plans, which include moving to Florida.

\"Thank you, thank you, thank you,\" Simpson said quietly as he buried his head on his chest with relief. As he rose from his seat to return to his prison cell, he exhaled deeply.

Then, as he was led down a hall, the former athlete raised his hands over his head in a victory gesture and said, \"Oh, God, oh!\"

Simpson's sister, Shirley Baker, wept and hugged Simpson's 48-year-old daughter Arnelle, who held a hand over her mouth.

During the more than hour-long hearing, Simpson forcefully insisted \u2014 as he has all along \u2014 that he was only trying to retrieve items that belonged to him and never meant to hurt anyone. He said he never pointed a gun at anyone nor made any threats during the crime.

\"I'm sorry it happened, I'm sorry, Nevada,\" he told the board. \"I thought I was glad to get my stuff back, but it just wasn't worth it. It wasn't worth it, and I'm sorry.\"

Inmate No. 1027820 made his plea for freedom in a stark hearing room at the Lovelock Correctional Center in rural Nevada as the four parole commissioners in Carson City, a two-hour drive away, questioned him via video.

Gray-haired but looking trimmer than he has in recent years, Simpson walked briskly into the hearing room in jeans, a light-blue prison-issue shirt and sneakers. He chuckled at one point as the parole board chairwoman mistakenly gave his age as 90.

The Hall of Fame athlete's chances of winning release were considered good, given similar cases and Simpson's model behavior behind bars. His defenders have argued, too, that his sentence was out of proportion to the crime and that he was being punished for the two murders he was acquitted of during his 1995 \"Trial of the Century\" in Los Angeles, the stabbings of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.

Before the hearing concluded, one of the two memorabilia dealers Simpson robbed, Bruce Fromong, said the former football great never pointed a gun at him during the confrontation, adding that it was one of Simpson's accomplices. Fromong said Simpson deserved to be released so he can be with his children.

\"He is a good man. He made a mistake,\" Fromong said, adding the two remain friends.

Arnelle Simpson, the eldest of Simpson's children, also testified on his behalf, saying her father is not perfect but realizes what a mistake he made and has spent years paying for it.

\"We just want him to come home, we really do,\" she said.

Simpson said that he has spent his time in prison mentoring fellow inmates, often keeping others out of trouble, and believes he has become a better person during those years.

\"I've done my time. I've done it as well and respectfully as I think anybody can,\" he told the board.

Asked if he was confident he could stay out of trouble if released, Simpson replied that he learned a lot from an alternative-to-violence course he took in prison and that in any case he has always gotten along well with people.

\"I had basically spent a conflict-free life,\" he said \u2014 a remark that lit up social media with sarcastic comments given the murder case and a raft of allegations he abused his wife.

Several major TV networks and cable channels \u2014 including ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Fox, MSNBC and ESPN \u2014 carried the proceedings live, just as some of them did two decades ago during the Ford Bronco chase that ended in Simpson's arrest, and again when the jury in the murder case came back with its verdict.

Simpson said if released he plans to return to Florida, where he was living before his incarceration.

\"I could easily stay in Nevada, but I don't think you guys want me here,\" he joked at one point.

\"No comment, sir,\" one of the parole board members said.

An electrifying running back dubbed \"The Juice,\" Simpson won the Heisman Trophy as the nation's best college football player in 1968 and went on to become one of the NFL's all-time greats.

The handsome and charismatic athlete was also a \"Monday Night Football\" commentator, sprinted through airports in Hertz rental-car commercials and built a Hollywood career with roles in the \"Naked Gun\" comedies and other movies.

All of that came crashing down with his arrest in the 1994 slayings and his trial, a gavel-to-gavel live-TV sensation that transfixed viewers with its testimony about the bloody glove that didn't fit and stirred furious debate over racist police, celebrity justice and cameras in the courtroom.

Last year, the case proved to be compelling TV all over again with the ESPN documentary \"O.J.: Made in America\" and the award-winning FX miniseries \"The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.\"

In 1997, Simpson was found liable in civil court for the two killings and ordered to pay $33.5 million to survivors, including his children and the Goldman family.

Then a decade later, he and five accomplices \u2014 two with guns \u2014 stormed a hotel room and seized photos, plaques and signed balls, some of which never belonged to Simpson, from two sports memorabilia dealers.

Simpson was convicted in 2008, and the long prison sentence brought a measure of satisfaction to some of those who thought he got away with murder.

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) \u2014 Several hundred people evacuated their homes early Thursday in the small western Wisconsin community of Arcadia as heavy rain sent a creek over its banks.

The waterlogged city was among those affected by more widespread storm damage and flooding in Wisconsin and Minnesota that closed roads and triggered mudslides. Thunderstorms in Iowa produced a possible tornado that caused heavy damage to buildings in a city near the Mississippi River.

In Wisconsin, several hundred people in the Trempealeau County city of Arcadia voluntarily evacuated flooded neighborhoods and the downtown area starting about 2:30 a.m., Mayor Robert Reichwein told The Associated Press. The evacuation included the overnight shift at Ashley Furniture, a major manufacturer in Arcadia, a city of 2,900 people about 45 miles (73 kilometers) north of La Crosse.

Reichwein said Turton Creek overflowed its banks, also flooding the city's main thoroughfare, Highway 95. The Red Cross set up a shelter at a church for evacuees.

Elsewhere in Wisconsin, a mudslide closed part of Highway 95 near Fountain City. Numerous roads in Vernon and Buffalo counties were also affected by flooding.

In northern Iowa, powerful storms damaged homes, buildings and crop fields. The National Weather Service said wind gusts to 75 mph and heavy rain were reported Wednesday evening in several locations, and a tornado was reported 2 miles (3 kilometers) west-southwest of Fort Atkinson. No injuries were reported.

Residents and officials said trees and power lines were knocked down, leaving hundreds of people without electricity. Officials say the city of McGregor was particularly hard hit, sustaining damage to City Hall and several other structures downtown.

Authorities say a semitrailer was toppled on Interstate 35 near Hanlontown, and a man was taken to a hospital in Waukon after his barn blew over, pinning him inside.

In Minnesota, officials say mudslides or flooding have made parts of some highways impassable, including Interstate 90 and Highways 16, 26 and 61 in Winona and Houston counties. Forecasters say up to 7 inches (18 centimeters) of rain fell overnight.

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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) \u2014 Drought conditions in some areas and weak grain prices are among factors weighing heavily on the rural economy in parts of 10 Plains and Western states.

The overall Rural Mainstreet Index for the region plummeted to 40.7 in July from June's index of 50. The index ranges between 0 and 100, with any number under 50 indicating a shrinking economy.

Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says July's was the largest one-month decline recorded in the index since November 2008, which was in the middle of the Great Recession.

The confidence index, which reflects bankers' expectations for the economy six months out, slumped to 38.4 this month from 48.9 in June.

Bankers from Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming were surveyed.

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FORT DODGE, Iowa (AP) \u2014 A Lake Mills man has been found guilty of killing two people and trying to kill another in Mason City last year.

The Globe Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/2tKHiiE ) that a jury on Thursday found 31-year-old Peter Veal guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder.

Officers sent to a Mason City home in November to check reports of a shooting found the bodies of Caleb Christensen and Melinda Kavars. Prosecutors say Veal shot Kavars and stabbed Christensen to death. A witness, Ron Willis, testified he saw the killings and that Veal had tried to shoot him, but the gun jammed. Willis was then able to escape.

Veal's trial was moved to Webster County to avoid pre-trial publicity.

\u2014\u2014\u2014

Information from: Globe Gazette, http://www.globegazette.com/

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ST. LOUIS (AP) \u2014 A Chicago man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for his role in a smash-and-grab crime at a suburban St. Louis Saks Fifth Avenue store.

Prosecutors say 24-year-old Mario Washington was sentenced Thursday as part of a plea agreement. He was the getaway driver in November when 12 people entered the department store at Plaza Frontenac and stole expensive handbags.

The suspects drove into Illinois. About 60 miles from Frontenac, police used spike strips to stop a Dodge Journey. The eight passengers were captured. Sixteen of the 30 stolen handbags were found in the SUV. A silver Nissan got away.

Authorities believe the same people were responsible for crimes in other cities.

Washington and other defendants must pay $159,000 in restitution.

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CHICAGO (AP) \u2014 A major credit rating agency says Illinois' rating won't be lowered to \"junk\" but warns the state still faces serious financial challenges and long-term risks.

Moody's Investors Service on Thursday affirmed Illinois' current rating with a negative outlook, saying a downgrade remains possible in the next two years.

Moody's put Illinois under review for a downgrade earlier this month, after the state entered its third fiscal year without a budget. That would've made Illinois the first U.S. state to have a rating below investment grade, and cost taxpayers millions of dollars more.

Moody's says the budget legislators approved July 6 over Gov. Bruce Rauner's objections moved Illinois \"closer to fiscal balance.\"

But the agency warns the budget doesn't reduce Illinois' unfunded pension liability, which is larger than any other state.

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CLIVE \u2014 Without the lure of eye-popping, world record lotto jackpots, sales for Iowa Lottery tickets slipped by more than $14 million in the state just-completed 2017 fiscal year, lottery officials said Thursday.

A world-record Powerball jackpot of nearly $1.6 billion in January 2016 created a financial windfall that was hard to repeat during the 12-month sales cycle that ended June 30, even though Iowans bought instant-scratch tickets in record number, said Iowa Lottery CEO Terry Rich.

Sales of state lottery products topped $352 million in fiscal 2017, generating $80.7 million in proceeds for the state treasury \u2013 making it the fourth-best year in Iowa history, Rich reported. However, those figures fell short of the state-run gambling enterprise\u2019s fiscal 2016 records of $366.9 million in sales and $88 million in proceeds, according to preliminary figures released lottery officials.

\u201cThe \u2018chance factor\u2019 was highlighted this year in terms of the jackpots in our lotto games,\u201d Rich said in assessing the just-completed fiscal year. \u201cThere simply won\u2019t be a world-record jackpot every year. But the lottery is in a healthy position overall and we continue to deliver more than we had forecast for state causes. We understand that lottery results can and do fluctuate over time, which is why we budget conservatively.\u201d

Rich noted that fiscal 2017 marked the fourth time that annual proceeds topped the $80-million mark in the lottery\u2019s 32-year history. Last year\u2019s total pushed the lottery\u2019s overall sales past the $7 billion plateau since the state began selling lottery tickets in 1983, with players having won more than $3.9 billion in prizes and proceeds for state programs topping $1.7 billion \u2013 including more than $22 million for the Veterans Trust Fund.

Prizes to players totaled $215.6 million in fiscal 2017 -- with four Iowans claiming prizes of at least $1 million -- while lottery sales commissions to retailers during the year totaled nearly $23 million.

The preliminary figures released Thursday show that lottery sales last fiscal year were down 4 percent from the previous year\u2019s record. Lottery proceeds to state causes for the year decreased about 8 percent while prizes to players decreased nearly 3 percent from the previous year\u2019s record numbers, Rich noted.

The lottery\u2019s scratch games achieved record results for a third straight year, with sales totaling $237.6 million -- an increase of nearly $4 million from the previous year.

Powerball, without a world-record jackpot during the fiscal year, saw sales fall 27 percent from the previous year\u2019s record performance \u2013 from $74.9 million in fiscal 2016 to $54.3 million this past fiscal year.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 The latest on the auction of a bag containing traces of moon dust (all times local):

3:20 p.m.

A bag containing traces of moon dust has sold at auction in New York City for $1.8 million.

The sale at Sotheby's on Thursday was surrounded by some fallout from a galactic court battle.

The collection bag was used by astronaut Neil Armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in 1969.

But the artifact from the Apollo 11 mission was misidentified and sold at an online government auction. NASA fought to get it back.

In December, a federal judge ruled that it legally belonged to a Chicago-area woman who bought it in 2015 for $995.

Sotheby's has declined to identify the buyer who won the bag.

\u2014\u2014\u2014

12:15 p.m.

A bag containing traces of moon dust is heading to auction \u2014 surrounded by some fallout from a galactic court battle.

The collection bag, used by astronaut Neil Armstrong during the first manned mission to the moon in 1969, will be featured Thursday at a Sotheby's auction in New York City of items related to space voyages. The pre-sale estimate is $2 million to $4 million.

The artifact from the Apollo 11 mission was misidentified and sold at an online government auction. NASA fought to get it back.

In December, a federal judge ruled that it legally belonged to a Chicago-area woman who bought it in 2015 for $995.

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CHICAGO (AP) \u2014 Grain futures were higher Thursday on the Chicago Board of Trade.

Wheat for Sept. gainedl 2.75 cents at 5.0575 bushel; Sept. corn rose 8.50 cents at 3.91 bushel; Sept. oats was up 2.75 cents at $2.9575 a bushel; while Aug. soybeans advanced 1350.25 cents at $10.1325 a bushel.

Beef and pork were lower on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Aug. live cattle was off 1.40 cents at $1.1587 a pound; Aug. feeder cattle fell 2.23 cents at $1.5227 a pound; while Aug. lean hogs lost 1.47 cents at $.8110 a pound.

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