This undated Oregon driver identification photo released Monday, July 27, 2015, by the Charleston, W. Va., Police Department shows Neal Falls, of Springfield, Ore., killed by a women he attacked on July 18 in Charleston. Police are investigating whether Falls had any connection to cases of suspicious deaths and missing women in other states. (Oregon DMV/Charleston Police Department via AP)

Man killed by escort possibly linked to missing women

Neal Falls, of Springfield, Oregon, was carrying axes, a shovel and bleach when he was killed July 18, and authorities said Monday he had been stopped, interviewed or investigated by police in at least 20 states.

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High school will retire Redskins mascot

The Goshen Community School Board voted 5-2 late Monday get rid of a mascot that has represented the school for nearly 90 years. The name will be retired Jan. 1, 2016.

FILE - In this June 15, 2015, file photo, Joyce Mitchell appears before Judge Mark Rogers in Plattsburgh, N.Y., City Court for a hearing. The New York prison worker accused of smuggling hacksaw blades in frozen hamburger meat to two killers who later broke out and spent more than two weeks on the run will face charges in court and will be arraigned on Tuesday, July 28, 2015. (G.N. Miller/New York Post via AP, Pool, File)

Prison worker accused of helping killers escape due in court

Authorities say Joyce Mitchell became close to the pair, agreed to be their getaway driver and even discussed killing her husband. But she backed out at the last moment, forcing Matt and Sweat to flee on foot after they emerged from a manhole near the maximum-security prison.

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, center, speaks next to Mass. Speaker of the House Robert DeLeo, left, Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, second from left, and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, right, during a news conference in Boston, Monday, July 27, 2015, regarding Boston no longer being a 2024 Summer Olympics contender. The U.S. Olympic Committee officially severed ties with Boston, saying it was exploring other options amid lackluster public support and concerns from elected leaders and organized opposition about the impact to taxpayers. (Ted Fitzgerald/The Boston Herald via AP)

Boston loses 2024 Olympic Bid

Later Monday afternoon, the USOC announced that it was, indeed, backing away from Boston in what was described as a mutual agreement to give the United States hope of hosting its first Summer Games since 1996. Officials said they would explore other cities, with the most likely being Los Angeles.

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Possible chief change causes controversy

The chairman of the Ossian Police Commission wants to demote the current chief of ten years and promote the town’s current sergeant to the position.