• In this Tuesday, April 26, 2016 photo, an elephant opens its mouth while being sprayed water to cool off at Dusit Zoo in Bangkok, Thailand. Authorities are telling people to stay out of the blazing sun to avoid heat stroke. April in Thailand is typically hot and sweaty but his year's scorching weather has set a record for the longest heat wave in at least 65 years. (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)

    Thailand is used to hot Aprils, but not this hot!

    BANGKOK (AP) — Animals at Bangkok’s zoo are being fed special frozen fruit pops. People are flocking to shopping malls just to soak up the air-conditioning. Authorities are telling people to stay out of the blazing sun to avoid heat stroke.

  • 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.

  • MLB umpire Gary Cederstrom to lead North Dakota State Parade

    MINOT, N.D. (AP) — Major League Baseball umpire Gary Cederstrom has been named grand marshal for this year’s North Dakota State Parade.

  • Andrew Luck turns a page, starts online book club

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Andrew Luck enjoys reading books a lot more than reading NFL defenses.

  • This image released by Universal Pictures shows the character Durotan, voiced by Toby Kebbell, from the film, "Warcraft," based on the Blizzard Entertainment video game. (Universal Pictures via AP)

    Hollywood is pushing reset button on video game adaptations

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — At long last, it seems Hollywood has pushed the reset button on its approach to video game adaptations.

  • Funding cut puts UNM specimen collection at risk

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A museum at the University of New Mexico contains the world’s largest archive of frozen tissue samples, but the future of the half-million biological specimens stored there is at risk.

  • The Latest: Friend: Wisconsin prom shooter was ‘good kid’

    ANTIGO, Wis. (AP) — The Latest on a shooting outside of a high school prom in northern Wisconsin (all times local):

  • This undated file photo provided by SCP Auctions shows various views of former major league pitcher Don Drysdale's 1963 World Series championship ring. The ring sold at auction for $110,111. (Leslie Larsen Bird/SCP Auctions via AP, File)

    Don Drysdale’s 1963 World Series ring sells for $110K

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Don Drysdale’s 1963 World Series championship ring with the Los Angeles Dodgers sold for $110,111 in an auction of the late Hall of Fame pitcher’s memorabilia.

  • 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.

  • A memorial fence in memory of pop star Prince is lined with flowers and signs at Paisley Park Studios Friday, April 22, 2016 in Chanhassen, Minn. Prince died Thursday at Paisley Park at the age of 57. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

    Music star Prince stayed home in Minnesota, endearing fans

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Bob Dylan left Minnesota, but Prince never did.