Here is an update on the AP Video-US stories either available or expected for 01/16/2013

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Posted on January 16, 2013 at 2:30 PM

Updated Wednesday, Jan 16 at 2:30 PM

Here is an update on the AP Video-US stories either available or expected for 01/16/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY:

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CHOPPER HORROR - A helicopter plunges into a busy London street after clipping a construction crane. See International.

CRAFTY THIEF - A cunning three-legged canine thief captures a nation's hearts. See International.

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INAUGURAL FASHION - One of America's most important days turns into one of Washington's most glamorous nights. Fashion experts can only guess what the first lady will wear for inaugural events, but they do know what many others will - color, straps and bling. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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GUN CONTROL EXECUTIVE ACTIONS - President Obama is taking 23 executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence that don't require congressional action. AVAILABLE NOW.

AP POLL: MORE AMERICANS BACKING GUN LAWS - A new Associated Press-GfK poll finds that a majority of Americans favor a national ban on military-style, rapid-fire weapons and limits on gun violence depicted in video games, movies and TV shows. AVAILABLE NOW.

STATE DEPT: U.S. HOSTAGES IN ALGERIA - Islamist militants attacked and occupied a natural gas complex partly operated by energy company BP in southern Algeria, killing two foreigners and taking dozens of others, including Americans, hostage. AVAILABLE NOW.

FMR PRESIDENT: HILLARY WILL LIVE TO 120 - Former President Bill Clinton says his wife is fighting fit after recovering from a blood clot. AVAILABLE NOW.

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REGIONAL

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OR, WOMAN STUCK BETWEEN TWO WALLS FREED - Portland firefighters cut a hole through concrete to free a woman who fell in a narrow opening between two buildings. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, PARENT: BUS STRIKE AN 'INCONVENIENCE' - More than 8,000 New York school bus drivers go on strike, leaving some 152,000 students trying to find ways to get to school. AVAILABLE NOW.

CA, SAN FRANCISCO CONSIDERS NAMING AIRPORT AFTER HARVEY MILK - San Francisco Supervisors are considering naming the city's airport for slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, GOLD RESERVES - Over 300 tons of German gold reserves held in New York are to be shipped back to Berlin.

TX, FRACKING FEARS - Families talk about fears of fracking as AP obtains a report showing the EPA withdrew an environmental order against a Texas fracking company. AVAILABLE NOW.

PA, CHILD ABDUCTION UPDATE - Police hold a news conference with the latest information on a young girl taken from her school. The girl is now safe. AVAILABLE NOW.

NY, BOEING 787 REACTION - Latest reaction after Japan's ANA grounds its fleet of 787s following an inflight emergency. Also see International.

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INTERNATIONAL

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TWO KILLED IN LONDON HELICOPTER CRASH - Two people are dead and 12 injured after a fiery helicopter crash in Central London. AVAILABLE NOW.

Also Available Now:

TWO KILLED WHEN HELICOPTER CRASHES

POLICE NEWS CONFERENCE AFTER HELICOPTER CRASH

RAW: AMATEUR VIDEO OF HELICOPTER CRASH IN CENTRAL LONDON

FRESH 'DREAMLINER' TROUBLE AS AIRCRAFT MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING - Japan's ANA grounds 787 fleet after plane's cabin fills with smoke. AVAILABLE NOW.

Also Available Now:

VIDEO OF PASSENGERS EVACUATING ANA DREAMLINER

OFFICIAL COMMENT AS ANA GROUNDS 787 FLEET

SUICIDE BOMBER STRIKES IN AFGHAN CAPITAL - Six militants attack the headquarters of Afghanistan's intelligence service in Kabul. AVAILABLE NOW.

EGYPT US MORSI - Egyptian President Morsi meets a delegation of US Senators. AVAILABLE NOW.

EGYPT APARTMENT COLLAPSE - 14 people killed as apartment block collapses in Alexandria. AVAILABLE NOW.

NEW ZEALAND RUSH TO ADOPT DOG 'THIEF' - New Zealanders are lining up to adopt a crafty three-legged dog caught on camera stealing food from a supermarket. AVAILABLE NOW.

PUSSY RIOT MEMBER DENIED DEFERRED SENTENCE - A Russian court turned down the attempt by an imprisoned member of the Pussy Riot feminist punk band to defer serving her sentence until her preschool son becomes a teenager. AVAILABLE NOW.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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SHAKIRA HOSTS 'VIRTUAL BABY SHOWER' - Celebrity couple Shakira and Gerard Pique are expecting their first child and are asking people to join their online baby shower. AVAILABLE NOW.

LOPEZ TALKS AFFLECK, POST-DIVORCE SADNESS - Jennifer Lopez opens about life after a divorce and reacts to Ben Affleck's Golden Globe win. AVAILABLE NOW.

HAWKES AND HUNT TALK NEW COMEDY - John Hawkes and Helen Hunt discuss their new comedy 'The Sessions.' AVAILABLE NOW.

NOT GUILTY PLEA ON LOHAN MISDEMEANORS - Lohan's lawyers plead not guilty on her behalf to three charges related to a car crash. AVAILABLE NOW.

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

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BOLD COLORS AND RETRO FURNISHINGS DOMINATE INTERIOR DESIGN - Latest trends from the London home show. AVAILABLE NOW.

INDIA GUN CONTROL - Traditional gun making factories face a bleak future after the government introduced strict new manufacturing quotas.

UK BREAST CANCER DRUG HOPE - For the first time doctors in the UK will be able to offer drug treatment to women who carry a 'breast cancer gene.'

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