Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 12/04/2012

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Posted on December 4, 2012 at 8:30 AM

Here are some of the AP Video-US stories we are working on for 12/04/2012:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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ROYAL EXCITEMENT - Prince William visits Kate in hospital again as excitement builds over the royal baby. See International.

CAVE CAROLS - Christmas carols are echoing through a cave in Wisconsin. See Regional - Central.

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NATIONAL

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FISCAL CLIFF TALKS - President Obama meets state governors at the White House as talks continue to avoid the 'fiscal cliff.'

SCHOOL EXPERIMENT: INCREASING CLASSROOM TIME - Schools in five states plan to add up to 300 hours of study time into their calendars from 2013. The pilot program takes in Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Tennessee. AVAILABLE NOW.

POLICE: GIRL MAY DIE IF NOT RETURNED TO HOSPITAL - Police in Phoenix warn a mother her young daughter could die if she is not returned to a hospital for treatment. AVAILABLE NOW. (Note: Monitoring for further updates.)

CAPITOL CHRISTMAS TREE LIT - The Capitol Christmas tree will be illuminated, featuring 5,000 handcrafted ornaments.

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REGIONAL

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LA, EXPLOSIVES EVACUATIONS - Work continues to secure 6 million pounds of explosive material, which caused the evacuation of the Louisiana town of Doyline.

NY, SUBWAY KILLING - Police hope surveillance video will help identify a suspect who pushed a man under a subway train following an argument.

MO, KANSAS CITY 911 TAPES - Police are expected to release 911 calls made after a Kansas City Chiefs linebacker killed his girlfriend.

AZ, GIRL MISSING FROM HOSPITAL - Latest on the hunt for a young leukemia victim taken from a Phoenix hospital by her mother.

WI, FIRST PERSON: CAROLS ECHO THROUGH WISCONSIN CAVE - Natural acoustics aid Christmas carol concerts in the Cave of the Mounds. AVAILABLE NOW.

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INTERNATIONAL

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ROYAL PREGNANCY - AP is covering the latest developments after the Duchess of Cambridge was hospitalized with acute morning sickness. Further reaction, medical analysis and voxpops are expected from London.

Already Available

PRINCE WILLIAM ARRIVES AT HOSPITAL TO SEE PREGNANT DUCHESS

EXCITEMENT BUILDS FOLLOWING NEWS ROYAL COUPLE IS EXPECTING

AUSTRALIAN AND NZ PMS CONGRATULATE WILLIAM AND KATE

STARS REACT TO ROYAL BABY ANNOUNCEMENT - See Entertainment.

IRAN DRONE - Iran claims to have captured a US drone, but the US Navy says none of its remotely-piloted aircraft are missing. AVAILABLE NOW.

VIDEO SAID TO SHOW SYRIAN AIRCRAFT ON BOMBING RUN - Latest video claims to show Syrian aircraft and aftermath of bombing. AVAILABLE NOW.

UP TO 40 KILLED, MISSING AS PHILIPPINES TYPHOON LASHES VILLAGES - Flash flooding and heavy rain claims up to 40 lives in the southern Philippines. AVAILABLE NOW.

MUHAMMAD ALI CROWNED 'KING OF BOXING' - World Boxing Council names Muhammad Ali 'King of Boxing' during Cancun convention. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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KE$HA REVEALS WHO IS ON HER NEW ALBUM - Ke$ha talks about collaborations on her new album 'Warrior.' AVAILABLE NOW.

SAM ROCKWELL ON WORKING WITH CHRISTOPHER WALKEN - The 'Seven Psychopaths' star talks about working with Walken - and a 'professional' dog. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS ATTEND TARANTINO GALA - Jamie Foxx and Diane Kruger are among starts at a gala celebrating director Quentin Tarantino. AVAILABLE NOW.

STARS REACT TO ROYAL BABY ANNOUNCEMENT - Harvey Weinstein, Georgina Chapman, Josh Lucas, Nicole Galicia talk about the royal pregnancy. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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NEW ZEALAND HOPES FOR HOBBIT TOURISM BOOST - The little New Zealand town of Waikato hopes the latest 'Hobbit' film will bring up to 150,000 visitors to the region.

UKRAINE TANK REPLICA - Enthusiasts have built a replica of a German Pz3 tank from World War Two.

MACAU CASINO SCHOOL - The boom in gambling has seen a surge in students gambling on a career as a croupier.

GERMANY STREET ART - A walking tour of Berlin takes in some of its most famous graffiti and street art.

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