• Recalls this week: Tie-downs, folding bikes

    A line of faulty ratcheting tie-downs that can fail to hold a secured load is among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others include faulty folding bikes.

  • This August 2013 photo provided by Eamonn Kelly shows Kelly on Newbury Street in Boston before his double-lung transplant. Born with cystic fibrosis, Kelly plans to run a 5-kilometer race on Saturday, April 30, 2016, just six months after transplant surgery. Cystic fibrosis is a deadly disease that affects the digestive system and lungs, making it difficult to breathe. (Elana Alfred via AP)

    Teacher to run 5K race 6 months after double lung transplant

    BOSTON (AP) — Six months to the day after undergoing a life-saving double lung transplant, a Boston school teacher who was born with a disease that robs him of lung capacity is running a 5K charity road race this weekend.

  • Authorities: Golf pro, wife sold bogus course memberships

    BAY CITY, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan golf pro and his wife are facing embezzlement charges after authorities say they sold bogus golf course memberships.

  • A man places candles for each of the 96 Liverpool fans who died as a result of the Hillsborough disaster at St George's Hall in Liverpool, England, Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Liverpool is commemorating the deaths of 96 soccer fans crushed to death in a crowded stadium in 1989 after a jury found that blunders by police and emergency services contributed to their deaths. (Peter Byrne/PA via AP) UNITED KINGDOM OUT

    Lawyers representing Hillsborough families reveal lawsuit

    LONDON (AP) — Lawyers representing some of the families of 96 soccer fans crushed to death in a U.K. soccer stadium in 1989 have filed a civil suit against two British police forces, alleging misuse of power in office.

  • Correction: Alaska-Bear Mauling story

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — In stories April 20 and earlier about the mauling of a University of Alaska Southeast outdoors professor leading students in a mountaineering class, The Associated Press reported erroneously a student had to hike to a different area to get cell reception to call for help. Alaska State Troopers now say the student was seeking a satellite signal not cellphone reception.

  • British astronaut Tim Peake in action running the London marathon while strapped to a treadmill to counter the lack of gravity at the International Space Station on Sunday April 24, 2016. While the official 2016 London Marathon was being run in London, Peake ran 26.2 miles on a treadmill in three hours 35 minutes 21 seconds, while aboard the space station in orbit 250km above the Earth.(EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (ESA) via AP) TV OUT

    UK astronaut Tim Peake runs marathon aboard space station

    LONDON (AP) — British astronaut Tim Peake has completed the London Marathon — from 250 miles (400 kilometers) above the Earth.