NATION


NATION
k AUTOPSY results on Terri Schiavo supported her husband's contention that she was in a persistent vegetative state.
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BUSINESS
Down on AFL-CIO
k UNHAPPY with the shape of the labor movement under AFL-CIO leadership, the heads of five of the federation's largest affiliates said Wednesday they formed a separate coalition to try to bolster membership rolls.
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RELIGION
Last hallelujah forRev. Billy Graham?
k THE REV. BILLY GRAHAM is all but certain that his revival meeting in New York City next week will be the last the evangelist leads in the United States -- and probably the last anywhere. He sees only a "slight possibility" he will accept an invitation to preach in London around his 87th birthday in November.
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LOCAL
School's out at Bunn
k THE FINAL dismissal bell rang Wednesday at the original Paul C. Bunn School in Youngstown.
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Dire budget forecast
k THE TRUMBULL COUNTY Board of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities is in danger of losing 50 percent of its annual budget.
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ENTERTAINMENT EXTRA
Live 8 preview
k LONDON, PARIS, Berlin, Rome and Philadelphia will host Live 8 concerts next month to mark the 20th anniversary of the first Live Aid concerts to benefit world hunger relief.
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SPORTS
Indians win in 11th:Pirates lose in 10th
k THE CLEVELAND INDIANS beat the Colorado Rockies 7-6 in the 11th inning. The New York Yankees defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-5 in the 10th inning.
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