WASHINGTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SAYS HIS HARD-LINE IMMIGRATION PRIORITIES MUST BE ENACTED IN EXCHANGE FOR EXTENDING PROTECTION FROM DEPORTATION TO HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF YOUNG IMMIGRANTS. TRUMP'S LIST OF DEMANDS INCLUDES OVERHAULING THE COUNTRY'S GREEN-CARD SYSTEM, A CRACKDOWN ON UNACCOMPANIED MINORS ENTERING THE COUNTRY, AND BUILDING HIS PROMISED WALL ALONG THE SOUTHERN BORDER. MANY ARE POLICIES DEMOCRATS HAVE SAID EXPLICITLY ARE OFF THE TABLE.

LAS VEGAS (AP) - AFTER BULLETS BEGAN FLYING INTO A CROWD OF COUNTRY MUSIC FANS, A PACK OF 300-PLUS PEOPLE RAN AWAY TO THE LAS VEGAS AIRPORT WHERE THEY KICKED DOWN FENCES, HOBBLED OVER RAZOR WIRE. WHEN AIRPORT AUTHORITIES RUSHED TO CONFRONT THEM, THEY FOUND PEOPLE WHO WERE SHOT. OFFICIALS TENDED TO THE WOUNDED BY OFFERING FOOD, WATER AND BLANKETS. BY SHOWING THAT A CROWD COULD TOPPLE A FENCE AND RUN THROUGH THE AIRFIELD, THE INCIDENT ALSO EXPOSED A SECURITY VULNERABILITY AT MCCARRAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.

NEW YORK (AP) - HARVEY WEINSTEIN HAS BEEN OUSTED FROM THE FILM COMPANY HE CO-FOUNDED, A SWIFT DOWNFALL FOR A MAN WHO ONCE REGULARLY DOMINATED THE ACADEMY AWARDS. WEINSTEIN'S OUSTER COMES THREE DAYS AFTER THE NEW YORK TIMES DETAILED DECADES OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT ALLEGATIONS AGAINST THE FILM MOGUL, PROMPTING HIM TO APOLOGIZE AND COMMIT TO BEING A BETTER PERSON. HIS COMPANY'S BOARD, HOWEVER, SAYS IT WAS COMPELLED TO FIRE HIM SUNDAY BASED ON NEW INFORMATION IT RECEIVED ABOUT HIS CONDUCT.

STOCKHOLM (AP) - FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR, THERE WERE NO WOMEN AMONG THE 2017 NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES. THE HEAD OF THE ROYAL SWEDISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES SAYS THE COMMITTEES THAT CHOOSE NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS WILL MEET THIS WINTER TO DISCUSS GENDER AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY ISSUES IN THE PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS.

TAMPA, FLA. (AP) - THE FAMILY OF A FLORIDA WOMAN WHO DISAPPEARED DECADES AGO HAS RECEIVED SOME LONG-AWAITED NEWS. TAMPA POLICE MATCHED THE DNA OF TWO SISTERS TO A JAWBONE DISCOVERED BY A SCHOOLBOY IN 1986. THE JAWBONE WAS THAT OF BRENDA WILLIAMS. THE YOUNG MOTHER OF TWO WHO WENT MISSING IN 1978. THE FAMILY STILL DOESN'T KNOW HOW SHE DIED, AND POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING. BUT LOVED ONES WERE ABLE TO HOLD A PROPER FUNERAL SERVICE SEPT. 10, EVEN AS HURRICANE IRMA THREATENED THE STATE.

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A NATRONA COUNTY DISTRICT COURT JUDGE ON FRIDAY ALLOWED A HEARING TO REMAIN OPEN FOR EVIDENCE THAT INCLUDED THE DISCLOSURE OF A SEX A

JUDGE THOMAS SULLINS DENIED A MOTION TO CLOSE THE HEARING BY THE ATTORNEYS OF PAUL HARNETTY, WHO IS ACCUSED OF MULTIPLE COUNTS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT OF PATIENTS.

HARNETTY'S ATTORNEY JOHN MINOR SAID MAKING PUBLIC THAT EVIDENCE COULD GREATLY PREJUDICE A JURY WHEN HARNETTY IS PUT ON TRIAL NEXT YEAR.

HARNETTY, AN OBSTETRICIAN/GYNECOLOGIST, IS CHARGED WITH EIGHT COUNTS OF SECOND-DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT AND TWO COUNTS OF THIRD-DEGREE SEXUAL ASSAULT.

IF CONVICTED ON ALL COUNTS HE COULD FACE UP TO LIFE IMPRISONMENT.

THE CASE BEGAN IN OCTOBER 2015 WHEN POLICE BEGAN RECEIVING REPORTS THAT HARNETTY CONDUCTED HIMSELF INAPPROPRIATELY DURING EXAMINATIONS.

MINER SAID THE HEARING SHOULD BE CLOSED BECAUSE THE CASE HAS RECEIVED WIDESPREAD ATTENTION IN TRADITIONAL AND SOCIAL MEDIA AND SUBJECTED HARNETTY TO SALACIOUS SPECULATION.

BUT ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY KEVIN TAHERI SAID THE VICTIMS HAVE A RIGHT TO BE PRESENT AT COURT HEARINGS.

SULLINS AGREED.

TAHERI THEN OUTLINED THE CATEGORIES OF THE EVIDENCE SHOWING HARNETTY'S HISTORY OF ABUSING HIS POSITION AS AN AUTHORITY FIGURE INCLUDING SEXUALLY ASSAULTING THE 11-YEAR-OLD BROTHER OF A WOMAN HE WAS DATING IN 1992.

TAHERI SAID THE EVIDENCE WILL BE USED TO SHOW HARNETTY'S MOTIVES AND INTENT.

BUT MINOR SAID MENTIONING THE SEXUAL ASSAULT OF THE BOY DURING THE TRIAL WILL HIGHLY PREJUDICE THE JURY.

SULLINS SAID HE WILL REVIEW THE EVIDENCE IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS.
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CHEYENNE, WYO. (AP) - SNOW HAS BLANKETED MUCH OF SOUTHEAST WYOMING AND CLOSED A 150-MILE STRETCH OF INTERSTATE 80.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POSTED WINTER STORM WARNINGS UNTIL NOON MONDAY FOR AN AREA OF SOUTHEAST WYOMING THAT INCLUDES CHEYENNE AND LARAMIE.

CHEYENNE RECEIVED ABOUT 5 INCHES OF SNOW WITH UP TO 3 MORE POSSIBLE BEFORE THE STORM ENDED LATER MONDAY.

THE SNOW CAUSED SLICK ROAD CONDITIONS, ESPECIALLY ALONG THE I-80 CORRIDOR FROM CHEYENNE TO RAWLINS.

THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SAID IT HOPED TO HAVE THE INTERSTATE REOPENED SOMETIME MONDAY AFTERNOON.
USED SLICK ROAD CONDITIONS, ESPECIALLY ALONG THE I-80 CORRIDOR FROM CHEYENNE TO RAWLINS.

THE WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SAID IT HOPED TO HAVE THE INTERSTATE REOPENED SOMETIME MONDAY AFTERNOON.