In this photo taken Tuesday, May 19, 2015, Bill Levin, a cannabis advocate and leader of the First Church of Cannabis, poses outside his him in Indianapolis, with his goat and peacock. Levin has said he established the church as a test of the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which gives people the right to follow their religious practices without the heavy hand of government. The Internal Revenue Service has granted it tax-exempt status, and Levin has taken a mortgage on a building that will serve as the church. (Michelle Pemberton/The Indianapolis Star via AP)

Founder says Church of Cannabis won’t use pot at service

The founder of a pot-smoking Indianapolis church that was formed to test the state’s new religious objections law says his congregants won’t use marijuana at their first church service after authorities threatened arrests.

FILE - In this June 19, 2015 file photo,   emergency crews rescue residents by boat from flooded homes along the Mississippi River in the East St. Louis, Ill. Significant flooding in June was reported in parts of Michigan, Illinois, Indiana and Missouri and more rain forecast this week furthers worries that already serious flooding won't go away anytime soon. (Zia Nizami/Belleville News-Democrat via AP, File)

Unrelenting rain leads to more flooding in Midwest

It seems to be unrelenting: More rain is forecast for later this week in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan, “possibly a lot,” National Weather Service hydrologist Mark Fuchs said Monday.

Firefighters work to extinguish flames after a small plane crashed into a house in Plainville, Mass., Sunday, June 28, 2015. Jim Peters of the Federal Aviation Administration says the Beechcraft plane crashed into the house at about 5:45 p.m. Sunday. It had taken off from Lancaster Airport in Pennsylvania and was en route to an airport in Norwood, Mass. (Mark Stockwell/The Sun Chronicle via AP)

Pilot tells air traffic controller pre-crash he has no power

The pilot of a small plane that crashed into a Massachusetts home over the weekend, killing all three people on board, calmly told an air traffic controller he has no engine power and is gliding in the minutes before impact.