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WORKING SOURCES ON THE STATEHOUSE BEAT

In early January, Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber was sworn in for an unprecedented fourth term. When he announced his resignation, the swift and spectacular fall was adroitly chronicled by AP's Salem, Oregon, correspondent Jonathan J. Cooper.
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In photos: Baseball spring training

With many parts of the U.S. experiencing frigid temperatures, Major League Baseball teams have flocked to the warm climates of Arizona and Florida to begin training for the spring season. In this Spotlight post, AP presents a collection of the best photos of players at practice and the devoted fans that follow them to the fields.
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AP, NCAA to grow sports coverage

The Associated Press, working with data from the NCAA, plans to use automation technology to provide thousands of stories about college sports previously not covered by the news organization. The expanded coverage will be made possible through an arrangement with the NCAA, which will provide game statistics, and Automated Insights, which developed the technology that AP already uses to generate more than 3,000 stories about U.S. corporate earnings each quarter.
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