Frat house firebombed
BOULDER, Colo. - Someone tossed a firebomb into a fraternity house about a block from the University of Colorado, setting off a brawl in a nearby alley that sent one man to the hospital, police said.
The firebomb early Friday caused no injuries or significant damage, and residents had put the blaze out by the time firefighters arrived, police spokeswoman Sarah Huntley said.
Huntley said it was probably not a hate crime, but more likely stemmed from a feud between the fraternity and residents of a nearby apartment or with another fraternity. No arrests had been made, and police had no individual suspects.
President Bush returns home
MIDLAND, Texas - President Bush almost made it through his two terms without visiting his boyhood hometown. He broke the more than 7-year, 8-month streak on Saturday for a quick and lucrative fundraising stop in this West Texas oil patch.
The lunchtime event, closed to the public and press, attracted a big crowd to Republican Rep. Mike Conaway's home and benefited a joint fund set up by the national Republican Party and the House GOP's political arm. Between the Midland fundraiser and a second set for Monday in San Antonio, Bush was helping draw in about $1 million for the party.
He stayed less than three hours on his first visit back to Midland since he breezed through town on his way to Washington for his 2001 inauguration.
Michigan ticket wins jackpot
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. - A single ticket sold in Michigan has matched the winning numbers for the $42 million multi-state Mega Millions lottery jackpot.
The Michigan Lottery said the ticket matching all the winning numbers from Friday night's Mega Million drawing was sold at Stoney Creek Liquor Shoppe in Macomb County's Washington Township, about 24 miles north of Detroit.
Store owner Frank DiMaria, 57, said he was excited to sell the winning ticket.
'If I couldn't buy it, I wanted to sell it,' he said.
No one has yet come forward with the winning ticket, the Michigan Lottery said Saturday.
The next Mega Millions drawing, Tuesday night, will feature a jackpot of $12 million.
In addition to the grand prize winner, five players won second prizes of $250,000 apiece. None of those tickets were sold in Michigan.