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Heartland pounded: Brutal storms that roared across the central Plains and mid-South late last night have killed at least 17 people  16 in Arkansas and one in Oklahoma. Some of the worst damage was north of Little Rock, Arkansas, where reported tornadoes devastated the towns of Mayflower and Vilonia. “It’s chaos here,” said Vilonia Mayor James Firestone. Winds from the storm in neighboring Mayflower were estimated at 130-150 mph. More than 100 people were being treated at Arkansas hospitals


First, the recordings. Now, the fallout: Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling got the silent treatment from his players as they reacted to racist comments attributed to him. Without saying a word, Clippers players removed their warm-up shirts ahead of yesterday’s playoff game against the Golden State Warriors to reveal T-shirts worn inside out, hiding the team logo. They played the game, wearing their regular uniforms. The Clippers lost 118-97


Roundup continues: South Korean authorities have arrested three more people in their investigation of the sunken ferry. The suspects are members of the Korea Shipping Association, and they’re accused of destroying evidence. The ship’s captain and 14 other crew members have also been arrested. At least 189 bodies have been found, and another 113 people are still missing from the sinking off the southwest coast of South Korea.

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