Retired couple originally from Michigan among dead

Robert and Shani Corrigan got married the summer after graduating from high school in Michigan. His sister says they moved around during his three decades in the Air Force and first learned about the tiny town of Sutherland Springs, Texas, when he was stationed in San Antonio.

New York Times fires lawyer who worked with Weinstein

Boies has disputed the Times’ view that his work for Weinstein represented a conflict of interest. Still, he no longer works for Weinstein and said the task he completed for him was a mistake.It represents the fallout from a New Yorker magazine article that reported Weinstein hired investigators to trail women who had accused him of mistreatment, including Rose McGowan and Rosanna Arquette. Journalists pursuing the story, including Jodi Kantor of the Times and Ronan Farrow, author of Tuesday’s New Yorker piece, also were investigated.

Trump mocked during New York fundraiser by top comedians

The annual Stand Up for Heroes event is co-presented by the Bob Woodruff Foundation and the New York Comedy Festival. It kicks off the festival and raises money for the Woodruff foundation, which funds programs for injured veterans and their families. The foundation is named for the ABC news anchor injured in Iraq in 2006 and has raised some $40 million.

Democrats sweep Virginia, New Jersey governor’s races

In Virginia’s hard-fought contest, Democratic Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam defeated Republican Ed Gillespie. In New Jersey, front-running Democrat Phil Murphy trounced Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno to succeed unpopular GOP Gov. Chris Christie.

Ohio voters reject drug-price measure, back victims’ rights

Ohio voters rejected a proposal Tuesday that sought to curb prescription drug prices paid by the state for prisoners, injured workers and poor people while supporting a crime victims’ rights amendment with no organized opposition.

Anti-gay-marriage clerk to seek re-election

Rowan County (Kentucky) Clerk Kim Davis stopped issuing marriage licenses following a U.S. Supreme Court decision that effectively legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.

100 charged in drug trafficking takedown

1 million potentially fatal doses of carfentanil and approximately 350,000 potentially fatal doses of fentanyl were funneled into Columbiana County, Ohio alone.

Ohioans head to polls

Election Day in Ohio will see voters decide on issues like limits on drug prices and expansion of victims’ rights in criminal proceedings, along with several mayoral races.

Television Academy expels Harvey Weinstein for life

The Television Academy says its leadership voted Monday to ban the producer for life. Weinstein is primarily known as a film producer but his former company is also responsible for hit television series such as “Project Runway.”