Associated Press - June 25, 2007 9:03 AM ET
MEYERS, Calif. (AP) - Firefighters in northern California are not estimating when they'll have control of a 2,000-acre wildfire that has destroyed at least 165 structures. The blaze near Lake Tahoe has forced more than 1,000 people to evacuate. Investigators think it was started by human activity.
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) - A bus returning from a family reunion has crashed on Interstate 65 in southern Kentucky, killing one person and injuring up to 40 others. Authorities say the bus was crushed in the front against a concrete overpass abutment. The early morning crash happened about 20 miles east of Bowling Green.
CANTON, Ohio (AP) - The boyfriend of a pregnant Ohio woman who was found murdered is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon. Bobby Cutts faces two counts of murder in the deaths of Jessie Davis and her fetus. Cutts' former classmate (Myisha Ferrell) faces one count of obstruction of justice.
BAGHDAD (AP) - Five bombings have killed at least 32 people today in Iraq. The deadliest attack occurred in the lobby of a Baghdad hotel where a suicide bomber killed at least a dozen people. In another attack, a bomber targeted a police station that US troops share with Iraqi officers. Nine people died and five Americans suffered minor injuries.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) - An Israeli soldier who was captured one year ago today by Palestinian militants says his health is deteriorating. Hamas militants posted a recorded message today from Gilad Shalit (gee-LAHD' shah-LEET') on the group's Web site. Shalit says he's disappointed with what he calls Israel's "lack of interest" in his fate, and encourages leaders to meet Palestinian demands for a prisoner swap.