SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - THE HEAD OF THE U.N. ORGANIZATION LOOKING INTO NORTH KOREA'S RECENT NUCLEAR TEST SAYS IT IS SEEKING INFORMATION ABOUT A SECOND SEISMIC SHOCK THAT FOLLOWED THE DETONATION TO RULE OUT THE POSSIBILITY IT WAS A SECOND EXPLOSION. LASSINA ZERBO OF THE COMPREHENSIVE TEST BAN TREATY ORGANIZATION SAYS EXPERTS BELIEVE THE SECOND SHOCK WAS GEOLOGICAL AND WAS CAUSED BY THE BLAST. THE U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL IS TO HOLD AN EMERGENCY MEETING ON MONDAY TO DISCUSS NORTH KOREA'S MOST POWERFUL NUCLEAR TEST TO DATE.

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (AP) - U.S. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP TOOK TO TWITTER FOLLOWING NORTH KOREA'S STRONGEST-EVER NUCLEAR TEST EXPLOSION TO CRITICIZE BOTH KOREAS AND CHINA. BUT HIS TWEETS WILL GET AS MUCH ATTENTION IN ASIA FOR WHAT'S MISSING AS FOR THEIR TOUGH WORDS. TRUMP AGAIN SKIPPED WHAT FOR DECADES HAS BEEN THE BEDROCK OF U.S. POLICY ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA: A FIRM ASSURANCE THAT THE UNITED STATES WOULD DEFEND SOUTH KOREA AGAINST ANY ATTACK.

WASHINGTON (AP) - TWO PEOPLE FAMILIAR WITH PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP'S THINKING ARE SAYING HE'S EXPECTED TO ANNOUNCE ON TUESDAY THAT HE'S TERMINATING A PROGRAM THAT HAS PROVIDED A SHIELD FROM DEPORTATION FOR YOUNG IMMIGRANTS BROUGHT INTO THE COUNTRY ILLEGALLY AS CHILDREN. THESE SOURCES SPOKE TO THE AP ON GROUNDS OF ANONYMITY BECAUSE THEY WEREN'T AUTHORIZED TO DISCUSS THE MATTER PUBLICLY. THEY ALSO SAID THERE MAY BE A SIX-MONTH DELAY BEFORE THE PROGRAM PASSES OUT OF EXISTENCE.

HOUSTON (AP) - HOUSTON'S MAYOR SAYS MUCH OF THE CITY IS HOPING TO GET BACK ON TRACK AFTER LABOR DAY. AREAS ARE STILL UNDER WATER, PEOPLE ARE NOT YET IN THEIR HOMES AND THE STORM CAUSED BILLIONS IN DAMAGE TO REPAIR. BUT MAYOR SYLVESTER TURNER SAYS THE NATION'S FOURTH-LARGEST CITY IS "OPEN FOR BUSINESS."

UNDATED (AP) - SEWAGE, SPILLED FUEL, RUNOFF FROM WASTE SITES, LAWN PESTICIDES AND OTHER POLLUTANTS ARE WHAT RESIDENTS FEAR COULD MAKE THEM SICK EVEN AS FILTHY FLOODWATERS FROM HARVEY DROP. OFFICIALS SAY KEEPING DRINKING WATER SAFE IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS WILL REQUIRE STEPPED-UP CHEMICAL TREATMENTS TO PREVENT ILLNESSES SUCH AS CHOLERA AND DYSENTERY. FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICIALS SAY ABOUT TWO-THIRDS OF THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS IN COUNTIES AFFECTED BY HARVEY ARE FULLY OPERATIONAL.
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LAW ENFORCEMENT IN NATRONA COUNTY WANT YOU TO ENJOY YOUR LABOR DAY WEEKEND, AND THEY'LL OFFER YOU THE SAFETY AND ENCOURAGEMENT TO DO IT.

NATRONA COUNTY SHERIFF'S SGT. AARON SHATTO SAID FRIDAY HIS OFFICE WILL BE PATROLLING THE LAKES AND THE MOUNTAIN WITH MORE DEPUTIES WITH THE POPULARITY OF THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND.

SHATTO ENCOURAGED PEOPLE TO HAVE A DESIGNATED DRIVER IF THEY'RE DRINKING.

LIKEWISE, CASPER POLICE LT. JEREMY TREMEL SAID HIS DEPARTMENT WILL BE DOING THE SAME.

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DENVER (AP) - DENVER AIRPORT OFFICIALS SAY A DEAL IS IN THE WORKS TO ALLOW BISON FROM THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ARSENAL NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE TO ROAM ON 200 ACRES OF AIRPORT PROPERTY. DALLAS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MANAGER KIM DAY SAYS HAVING THE WILDLIFE REFUGE NEXT DOOR IS AN UNBELIEVABLE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE AIRPORT. TRAVELERS DRIVING UP PENA BOULEVARD TO THE AIRPORT'S WHITE-TENTED TERMINAL WOULD BE ABLE TO SEE THE BISON, UNDER THE PLAN.

GILLETTE, WYO. (AP) - A FORMER GILLETTE PSYCHOTHERAPIST HAS MADE A DEAL WITH PROSECUTORS OVER CHARGES THAT HE USED HIS POSITION OF AUTHORITY TO HAVE SEX WITH PATIENTS. 33-YEAR-OLD JOSHUA RAY POPKIN WILL PLEAD NO CONTEST TO TWO SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGES, UNDER THE AGREEMENT. A THIRD SEXUAL ASSAULT CHARGE WOULD BE DISMISSED.

CASPER, WYO. (AP) - WYOMING OFFICIALS ARE STUDYING WHETHER THEY SHOULD ENTER INTO CONTRACTS DIRECTLY WITH AIRLINES TO GUARANTEE A CERTAIN LEVEL OF AIR SERVICE IN THE STATE. THE CAPACITY PURCHASE AGREEMENTS WOULD GUARANTEE AIRLINES A CERTAIN PAYMENT AND SET FLIGHT FREQUENCY, PRICE AND DESTINATION.

CHEYENNE, WYO. (AP) - WASHAKIE COUNTY WILL GET HELP PAYING FOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY THIS YEAR'S FLOODING. FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICIALS ANNOUNCED FRIDAY THAT THE COUNTY WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL FUNDING TO HELP PAY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DAMAGE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE EFFORTS DURING THE FLOODING IN JUNE.