• Pamela Benge, center, spoke of her son, Alfred Olango, at a press conference on Thursday Sept. 29, 2016, in San Diego, Calif., to address the killing of Olango, a Ugandan refugee shot by an El Cajon police officer on Tuesday. In an emotional appearance before reporters, Benge said  her son Alfred was joyful and loving and was not mentally ill. (AP Photo/Don Boomer)

    Long wait, short encounter before deadly police shooting

    EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) — An unarmed black man fatally shot by an officer in a San Diego suburb was unjustly killed and the police department and chief prosecutor are trying to sway public opinion by only releasing a single, favorable frame from video of the shooting, representatives of the man’s family said Thursday in demanding the full video be shown.

  • Neagle has late goal, assist, United beats Crew 3-0

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Lloyd Sam opened the scoring in the 71st minute, Lamar Neagle had a late goal and assist, and D.C. United beat the Columbus Crew 3-0 on Wednesday night for their first two-game winning streak of the season.

  • New Mexico high court to settle dispute over pollution rules

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Environmentalists say New Mexico isn’t going far enough to protect the state’s limited groundwater supplies from copper mining operations.

  • Indiana uncertain how long Hartman will be out after surgery

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Indiana forward Collin Hartman had surgery on his left knee, and coach Tom Crean says he’s uncertain how much time the senior will miss.

  • Miami Heat basketball player Justise Winslow talks to the press during his team's training camp in Nassau, Bahamas, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. The team arrived in the Bahamas on Monday for a week-long training session at the Atlantis, Paradise Island resort. (AP Photo/Tim Aylen)

    He does it all: Justise Winslow looking for more with Heat

    PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) — Justise Winslow’s position with the Miami Heat has finally been clarified.

  • In this July 13, 2016, file photo, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar presents a tribute to Muhammad Ali at the ESPY Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Abdul-Jabbar's next book will be a fond look back at his long friendship with John Wooden, the celebrated basketball coach at UCLA. "Coach Wooden and Me" will be published next June and will combine personal memories and lessons learned from his friend and mentor, Grand Central Publishing told The Associated Press on Wednesday, Sept. 28. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

    Abdul-Jabbar writing book about UCLA coach John Wooden

    NEW YORK (AP) — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s next book will be a fond look back at his long friendship with John Wooden, the celebrated basketball coach at UCLA.