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Today’s headlines

•Holladay offers apology

•Final preparations made for today’s Foothills Festival

•Six graduate from county drug court

•AP survey: House opposing Syria attack

Today’s weather

Mostly sunny skies, a high near 91, a low near 65.

AP Top 10 stories

1. LAST-DITCH EFFORT BY OBAMA

He's using his final day in Europe to continue pushing for foreign support for a U.S. military strike in retaliation for the gas attack in Syria.

2. EMPLOYERS ADD JOBS, RATE FALLS

The unemployment rate drops to 7.3 percent, its lowest level in five years, but fell because more Americans stopped looking for work.

3. U.S. ORDERS DIPLOMATS OUT OF LEBANON

The move by the State Department comes as Obama and Congress debate military strikes on neighboring Syria.

4. HOW CHEMISTS TEST FOR SARIN

If the poisonous gas is present in a sample of material, three numbers - 99-125-81 - will appear on the tester's computer screen. The numbers are sarin's fingerprint.

5. GEORGE ZIMMERMAN'S WIFE SAYS HE IS "SELFISH"

Shellie Zimmerman says stood by him but once he was acquitted of murder charges in the shooting of Trayvon Martin, he changed.

6. WHERE A SECT IS BESEIGED

After a takeover by Islamists, the Christian population of the town of Dalga in southern Egypt is living in terror.

7. DECLINE IN U.S. BIRTHS SLOWS

The economy no longer seems to be deterring couples from having children, some experts say.

8. MORE CHILDREN IN U.S. TRYING E-CIGARETTES

Health officials worry that experimentation with the electronic variety will lead kids to regular smoking.

9. TEEN KILLED BY REMOTE CONTROL HELICOPTER

New York City police say the 19-year-old operating the chopper was struck in the head and died at the scene.

10. WHO'S OFF TO A FLYING START

Peyton Manning ties an NFL record with seven touchdown passes as the Broncos open the season by drubbing Baltimore 49-27.