WASHINGTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP SAYS HE'S "FAIRLY CLOSE" TO REACHING A DEAL WITH CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS ON PROVIDING PROTECTIONS TO YOUNG IMMIGRANTS WHO WERE BROUGHT TO THE U.S. ILLEGALLY AS CHILDREN BUT HE NEEDS "MASSIVE BORDER SECURITY." TRUMP SPOKE THURSDAY MORNING AFTER DENYING ASSERTIONS BY DEMOCRATIC LEADERS IN CONGRESS THAT THEY HAD REACHED AN AGREEMENT ON THE SO-CALLED DACA PROGRAM.

WASHINGTON (AP) - NEW DETAILS ABOUT A STRING OF MYSTERIOUS "HEALTH ATTACKS" ON U.S. DIPLOMATS IN CUBA INDICATE THE INCIDENTS WERE NARROWLY CONFINED WITHIN SPECIFIC ROOMS OR PARTS OF ROOMS. SOME VICTIMS SUFFERED MILD BRAIN TRAUMA AND NOW HAVE PROBLEMS WITH CONCENTRATION OR RECALLING WORDS, SYMPTOMS THAT CAST DOUBT ON THE INITIAL THEORY OF A SONIC ATTACK. BAFFLED INVESTIGATORS HAVE FOUND NEITHER A CULPRIT NOR A DEVICE, AND SAY THE FACTS AND THE PHYSICS ARE NOT ADDING UP.

HOLLYWOOD, FLA. (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS PRAISING THE RECOVERY EFFORTS IN FLORIDA BEFORE DEPARTING FOR THE STATE TO SURVEY DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE IRMA. THE PRESIDENT TOLD REPORTERS AT THE WHITE HOUSE THAT "POWER IS BEING TURNED ON RAPIDLY," AND THE STATE'S LEADERS AND EMERGENCY RESPONDERS ARE DOING AN "AMAZING JOB" IN HELPING THE STATE RESPOND TO THE MASSIVE STORM.

IMMOKALEE, FLA. (AP) - MILLIONS OF THE POOR IN FLORIDA WERE LIVING ON THE EDGE OF RUIN EVEN BEFORE HURRICANE IRMA'S DESTRUCTION. NOW IN PLACES LIKE POVERTY-STRICKEN IMMOKALEE, THE DAY-TO-DAY STRUGGLE TO SURVIVE IS AN HOUR-TO-HOUR FIGHT. MANY OF THE POOR WORK IN RESTAURANTS, GAS STATIONS, HOTELS, STORES AND OTHER BUSINESSES FORCED TO CLOSE AFTER IRMA, DEPRIVING THEM OF PAYCHECKS.

WASHINGTON (AP) - PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP IS PRAISING THE RECOVERY EFFORTS IN FLORIDA BEFORE DEPARTING FOR THE STATE TO SURVEY HURRICANE DAMAGE FROM IRMA. THE PRESIDENT TELLS REPORTERS AT THE WHITE HOUSE THAT "POWER IS BEING TURNED ON RAPIDLY," AND THE STATE'S LEADERS AND EMERGENCY RESPONDERS ARE DOING AN "AMAZING JOB" IN HELPING THE STATE RESPOND TO THE MASSIVE STORM.
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A MILLS COUPLE HAS FILED A LAWSUIT IN NATRONA COUNTY DISTRICT COURT, ALLEGING THAT THE FORMER MAYOR OF MILLS FRAUDULENTLY ADVERTISED PROPERTY AND BREACHED A CONTRACT WITH THE COUPLE AFTER THEY PURCHASED THREE LOTS IN ORDER TO PUT A MOBILE HOME THERE, ONLY TO FIND OUT MOBILE HOMES ARE PROHIBITED BY TOWN ZONING ORDINANCES.

THE LAWSUIT, FILED JULY 20, WAS BROUGHT BY WILLIAM AND JACQUELINE CAVANAUGH. IT NAMES FORMER MILLS MAYOR MARROLYCE WILSON AS THE DEFENDANT.

ACCORDING TO THE LAWSUIT, ON SEPT. 11, 2015 THE CAVANAUGHS BOUGHT THREE LOTS IN MILLS FOR $30,000. THE LOTS HAD BEEN OWNED AND WERE SOLD BY WILSON.

THE CAVANAUGHS PLANNED TO PUT A MOBILE HOME ON THE LAND, AND MADE THAT PLAN KNOWN TO BOTH THE TOWN OF MILLS THROUGH WILSON AND O'HEARN, AND TO WILSON, PRIOR TO THE PURCHASE.

THE CAVANAUGHS HAD INSPECTIONS DONE, RECEIVED A MOBILE HOME MOVING PERMIT FROM THE TOWN OF MILLS AND HAD TOWN ELECTRICIANS AND WATER EMPLOYEES ON THE PROPERTY.

WILSON ALLEGEDLY ADVERTISED THAT THE LOTS WERE THE TYPE OF LAND WHERE A MOBILE HOME WAS ALLOWED.

WHEN THE CAVANAUGHS FINALLY MOVED THEIR MOBILE HOME ON THE LAND, THEY WERE TOLD THEY WERE IN VIOLATION OF THE TOWN'S ZONING ORDINANCES AND THEY'D HAVE TO REMOVE IT IMMEDIATELY.

THEY'RE NOW SUING FOR UNSPECIFIED DAMAGES.

WILSON HAS DENIED THE ALLEGATIONS AND FILED A COUNTERCLAIM, ASKING TO BE AWARDED ATTORNEY'S FEES BECAUSE, SHE SAYS, THE CAVANAUGHS HAVE BREACHED THE CONTRACT.

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AUTHORITIES SAY THEY HAVE UNCOVERED A MARIJUANA GROWING OPERATION AT AN ORGANIC FARM IN SOUTHWEST WYOMING.

THE SUBLETTE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE SAYS STATE AND LOCAL POLICE SEARCHED THE FARM ON AUGUST 25TH ON A WARRANT AFTER RECEIVING INFORMATION ABOUT MARIJUANA BEING GROWN AT THE SITE.

THE OFFICE SAYS OFFICERS CONFISCATED ABOUT 50 POUNDS OF PROCESSED MARIJUANA, ABOUT 300 MARIJUANA PLANTS AND MORE THAN $63,000.

THE SEARCH RESULTED IN FELONY DRUG CHARGES AGAINST THREE INDIVIDUALS.