The FBI Saturday retracted an initial claim that it had identified seven of nine people wanted for questioning in the investigation into last summer's Olympic park bombing.
Three of the seven, including one wearing a Green Bay Packers' "cheesehead" booster hat, were pictured near a sound and light tower in Centennial Olympic Park, where the bomb exploded early July 27, 1996, during a crowded outdoor concert.
But the FBI said the three people who came forward to identify themselves as being in the picture were not in the park at the time it was taken.
"That's not the right group of people," FBI spokesman Jay Spadafore said.
FBI officials initially were elated to think they had identified seven of the nine within 12 hours of a news conference at which they released five images.
Federal officials stressed that the people pictured were not suspects but simply wanted for questioning.
Flooding moves into Mississippi River
WICKLIFFE, Ky. _ The Ohio River's crest eased into the Mississippi River on Saturday, flooding a small part of this town where the two rivers join.
Fewer than a dozen Wickliffe homes and a city park were under water Saturday although the water was 16 feet above flood stage.
The merged rivers break flood stage every two to three years, so no one lives in the flood plain, said Ricky Dennis at the J&D Fish Market, where a chart on the bait shop wall chronicles a century of flooding.
Just down river from Wickliffe, the Mississippi was already 8 feet above flood stage at New Madrid, Mo., flooding thousands of acres of mostly rural land along both banks.
Upstream from Wickliffe, the Ohio had flooded nearly 1,000 miles of shoreline.
Navy gives up search for helicopter crew
HATTERAS, N.C. _ The Navy on Saturday ended its search for the crew of a helicopter that crashed into the Atlantic during a training flight.
The HH-60H Seahawk helicopter, operating out of Mayport, went down late Thursday 23 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras.
Crew members of the missing helicopter were identified as Lt. Cmdr. Joseph F. King of Orange Park; Lt. Christopher D. Buckley of Hampton, N.Y.; Chief Petty Officer Andrew K. Baker of Middleburg; and Petty Officer 2nd Class Edward J. Kos of Jacksonville.