Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 02/05/2013

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Posted on February 5, 2013 at 8:03 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 02/05/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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HELP FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS - AP takes a look inside the brand new facility to help rehabilitate injured veterans. See Regional - South.

GET A LYFT - A new ride-sharing app is helping San Franciscans get around - but not everyone is happy. See Regional - West

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NATIONAL

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SUPER BOWL POWER WARNINGS - Documents obtained by the AP show officials were warned of possible power outages at the Super Dome.

HOSTAGE RESCUE - Further details expected on the successful rescue of a 5-year-old boy in Alabama.

Also see: AUTHORITIES: RESCUED ALABAMA BOY DOING WELL.

TARGETING AMERICANS - A Justice Dept. document says it is legal for drones to kill Americans abroad if they are believed to be al-Qaida leaders working to kill Americans.

GAS PRICE RISES ADD TO EXPENSIVE COMMUTE - Gas prices soar as a new study names Washington DC, Los Angeles and San Francisco as the worst cities for commuters.

ARMY SEC: SOLDIERS MUST LOOK AFTER EACH OTHER - Army secretary calls for new structure to address mental health issues

GOV. CHRISTIE DISCUSSES WEIGHTY ISSUES - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells David Letterman his weight is 'fair game' for comedians. AVAILABLE NOW.

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REGIONAL

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MD, RAVENS RETURN - A welcome home parade is held for the Super Bowl winners.

VA, USE CENTER PROVIDES COMFORTS OF HOME - The USO is set to open its biggest center for wounded warriors and their families. AVAILABLE NOW.

CA, BUS IN TOUR CRASH CITED FOR BRAKE PROBLEMS - The bus that crashed, leaving 7 dead, had a history of brake problems. AVAILABLE NOW.

OH, FATAL POLICE SHOOTING REPORT - A new report says police fired at two suspects 137 times, killing them, following a car chase.

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INTERNATIONAL

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UK BIDEN - Vice President Biden holds talks in London on Syria, Mali, Iran and other topics.

SYRIA DISPLACED - Syrians displaced by conflict crowd camps inside Syria.

INDIA RAPE - Father and brother of alleged rape victim speak out.

UK GAY MARRIAGE - British parliament set to vote on gay marriage, with the issue threatening to split the ruling Conservative party.

INDIA GIRL BAND - All-girl band shuts down after public performances cause anger.

RUSSIA OLYMPICS - Sochi, once a summer retreat for Stalin, gears up for Winter Olympics.

ANTARCTIC STATION - British Antarctic Research station opens 100 years after Scott's first expedition

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ENTERTAINMENT

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'IDENTITY THIEF' PREMIERE - Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy attend premiere in Los Angeles. Various VOSOTS AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS TALK ABOUT OSCAR LUNCHEON - Oscar nominees speak after annual Oscar luncheon. AVAILABLE NOW.

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LIFE/HEALTH/TECHNOLOGY (AP VIDEO-US INCLUDES AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY STORIES)

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MYANMAR LITERATURE FESTIVAL - Writers revel in new freedoms.

CHINA SNAKES - Snake King gears up for Chinese New Year.

INDIA ART FAIR - Traditional art celebrated at international fair.

BULGARIA MASK FESTIVAL - Traditional masked dancers scare off evil spirits.

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AP Broadcast, Washington

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