COMMERCE, CALIF.

Street-race crash kills 3

Three people were killed and at least four others injured around midnight Friday after authorities say a street race on Interstate 5 in Los Angeles County led to a fiery crash involving up to eight vehicles. According to authorities, the drivers of two Dodge vehicles were racing when one of the cars tried to get around a slower vehicle on the highway. The driver slammed on the brakes and hit a UPS truck. The UPS big rig crashed through the center divider, hitting a Nissan Sentra. Officials report the UPS driver and two occupants in the Nissan were killed. Authorities said one the street racers was taken into custody and could face vehicular manslaughter charges. Police were still searching for a second motorist.

MIAMI

Ship rescues migrants

A Carnival Cruise Line ship that is hosting a tour centered on Pittsburgh sports has rescued 16 migrants in the Gulf of Mexico. Carnival spokeswoman Jennifer de la Cruz said the Carnival Sensation found the 15 men and one woman Saturday about 50 miles north of Cuba and brought them aboard. Coast Guard Petty Officer Jon-Paul Rios said they would be turned over to Mexican immigration officials at the ship’s next stop, Cozumel. The rescue got wide notice when Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker and Akron native James Harrison posted rescue photos online.

ORLANDO, FLA.

Disney alters ticket pricing

Disney’s properties in Orlando and Anaheim are rolling out seasonal prices for single-day tickets, hoping to spread out demand at the often jam-packed theme parks. Most of the tickets are either staying the same price or increasing. The changes announced Saturday will let visitors look at a calendar eight to 11 months from now to see which days are considered “value,” “regular” or “peak.” People will pay more on “peak” days — when busier times are forecast.

WASHINGTON

Rubio releases tax returns

Marco Rubio released summaries of his last five years of tax filings on Saturday, revealing him to be a candidate with a senator’s steady annual income of $176,000 who reaped repeated windfalls from book deals. During his first four years in the Senate, Rubio and his wife, Jeanette, together earned an average of $531,000 a year. Since winning election to an office in Washington, Rubio’s income has ranged from $276,059 to $938,963, and he has paid between $46,500 and $254,894 in federal income tax.

Compiled from wire reports