CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. (AP) - WITH TIRES SCREECHING AND BODIES FLYING, MARCUS MARTIN SHOVED HIS FIANCEE AWAY AT THE LAST SECOND FROM A CAR CHARGING THROUGH A CROWD OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA. THEN, MARTIN WAS HIT AND UPENDED AS THE CAR PLOWED THROUGH THE CROWD. HE SAYS HE WAS TERRIFIED FOR SEVERAL MINUTES AS HE THOUGHT: "PLEASE DON'T LET HER BE DEAD." MARISSA BLAIR WAS OK, AND MARTIN TUMBLED OVER THE CRASHING CAR THAT ENDED UP FATALLY HITTING HEATHER HEYER. NINETEEN PEOPLE WERE INJURED.

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. (AP) - A MEMORIAL SERVICE IS SCHEDULED IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA, FOR THE WOMAN KILLED WHEN A CAR RAMMED INTO A CROWD OF PEOPLE PROTESTING AT A WHITE NATIONALIST RALLY. MOURNERS WILL GATHER WEDNESDAY MORNING AT A DOWNTOWN CHARLOTTESVILLE THEATER TO HONOR 32-YEAR-OLD HEATHER HEYER. THOSE ATTENDING THE SERVICE ARE ASKED TO WEAR PURPLE, HEYER'S FAVORITE COLOR, AS THEY REMEMBER HER.

BEIJING (AP) - RUSSIA SAYS IT'S AGAINST FURTHER TIGHTENING SANCTIONS ON NORTH KOREA, WARNING THAT ECONOMIC PRESSURE ON PYONGYANG HAS REACHED ITS LIMIT. RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTER SERGEY LAVROV WARNED WEDNESDAY "WE CAN'T SUPPORT IDEAS BY SOME OF OUR PARTNERS TO SUFFOCATE NORTH KOREA ECONOMICALLY WITH ALL THE NEGATIVE AND TRAGIC HUMANITARIAN CONSEQUENCES FOR ITS CITIZENS."

MONTGOMERY, ALA. (AP) - SEN. LUTHER STRANGE AND FORMER ALABAMA CHIEF JUSTICE ROY MOORE ARE HEADED TO A REPUBLICAN PRIMARY RUNOFF TO FILL THE U.S. SENATE SEAT PREVIOUSLY HELD BY ATTORNEY GENERAL JEFF SESSIONS. THE TWO MEN, WHO REPRESENT DIFFERENT FACTIONS WITHIN THE ALABAMA REPUBLICAN PARTY, WILL FACE OFF IN A SEPT. 26 RUNOFF.
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IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE PROPER ECLIPSE-VIEWING GLASSES, YOU COULD SUFFER EYE DAMAGE.

AND IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE RIGHT INSURANCE AND RENT YOUR PROPERTY TO ECLIPSE-VIEWERS, YOU COULD GET SUED.

WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE SPOKESWOMAN DENISE BURKE CAUTIONS PROPERTY OWNERS TO CONSIDER LIABILITY ISSUES IF THEY ARE USING THEIR PROPERTY COMMERCIALLY BY RENTING IT OUT OR CHARGING A FEE FOR A CAMPSITE.

WITHOUT THAT, AN OWNER COULD END UP PAYING NOT ONLY THE GUESTS’ MEDICAL EXPENSES IN CASE OF AN INJURY ON THE OWNER'S LAND, BUT ALSO PAY ANY AWARDED LIABILITY DAMAGES.

LIKEWISE, MOST HOMEOWNER’S POLICIES ALSO DO NOT PROVIDE COVERAGE IF A GUEST DAMAGES AN OWNER'S PROPERTY.

BURKE URGES PROPERTY OWNERS TO CONSULT THEIR INSURANCE COMPANY OR THEIR AGENT TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE COVERED.
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A NEW COMMITTEE HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED TO ADVISE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING PRESIDENT LAURIE NICHOLS ON NATIVE AMERICAN AFFAIRS.

SINCE TAKING OVER AS PRESIDENT, NICHOLS HAS BEEN WORKING TO IMPROVE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE STATE'S ONLY PUBLIC, FOUR-YEAR UNIVERSITY AND NATIVE AMERICANS.

NICHOLS TELLS THE LARAMIE BOOMERANG THAT THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON NATIVE AMERICAN AFFAIRS WILL HELP REACH OUT TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS ON THE WIND RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION.

THE SEVEN-MEMBER COMMITTEE INCLUDES PEOPLE WHO ARE NATIVE AMERICAN OR HAVE CONNECTIONS TO THE STATE'S NATIVE AMERICAN POPULATION.

AT ONE RECENT MEETING, NICHOLS AND THE COMMITTEE DISCUSSED HOW BEST TO CONDUCT THE GRAND OPENING OF THE UW NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND CULTURAL CENTER.