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Sanford police said Allen D. Cashe was arrested in connection with the shootings, which were reported around 6:20 a.m. on Hays Drive and West 24th Street, a few blocks south of Goldsboro Elementary School. "It appears that three of the victims attend Seminole County Schools and we are working with both the Sanford Police Department and Seminole County Sheriff's Office to determine the students' names and schools", said Walt Griffin, superintendent of Seminole County Public Schools.
  • Toddler and Newborn Found Dead; Father Arrested

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    On Friday, law enforcement officials arrested 30-year-old Tillman Freeman III on "two counts of child endangerment and two counts of child abuse". Deputies say the girls were found off of NC Highway 211 and Army Road in Raeford and were stabbed to death.
  • Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting Leaves 1 Person Dead and 15 Injured

    Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting Leaves 1 Person Dead and 15 Injured

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    Although the local police chief first said there were several gunmen involved, a top official later took to Twitter to say that so far there was only one reported gunman. Cincinnati police believe that "at least a couple of shooters" were involved, Williams said. In fact, the club is also known to hire police for extra security, with two officers at the entrance and two in the auto park always present.
  • Louisiana Officer Convicted Of Manslaughter In 6-Year-Old Autistic Boy's Death

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    A Louisiana police officer has been convicted of killing a 6-year-old autistic boy, after he and his partner pumped rounds of bullets into a vehicle the child was riding in with his father. Tears rolled down Stafford's cheeks as a prosecutor showed him pictures of his young victim on Friday. "The whole reason there was even a chase was for his well-being", he said.
  • 1 dead in Vegas Strip shooting, gunman barricaded in bus

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    Two blocks of the Las Vegas Strip were shut down, and hotel guests were ordered to stay in their rooms. Police closed portions of the strip, and set up a staging area and a barricade. It was stopped outside the Paris Hotel and Casino. One of the victims has since died. Police have confirmed one person has been shot and transported to UMC Trauma.
  • Keystone XL Pipeline Route Approved: Map, Jobs, Environmental Impacts

    Keystone XL Pipeline Route Approved: Map, Jobs, Environmental Impacts

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    President Donald Trump. It will carry oil from tar sands in Canada to refineries along the Texas Gulf Coast. Sara Shor, a campaign manager for the climate advocacy group 350.org, vowed to "raise hell at the national level" and recruit millions of people to fight the project, including by highlighting their concerns during lawmakers' town halls during a planned congressional recess next month.
  • Timing of Thunderstorms Friday

    Timing of Thunderstorms Friday

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    Rain and storms are gone by early Friday morning . A higher threat for strong to severe storms will occur later in the afternoon as daytime heating destabilizes our atmosphere. The parameters aren't super high for widespread severe weather or a concern for all modes of severe weather. The tornado drill will take place even if the sky is cloudy, dark and or rainy.
  • 'Pizzagate' gunman pleads guilty, faces up to 7 years in prison

    'Pizzagate' gunman pleads guilty, faces up to 7 years in prison

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    The sentencing guidelines are 18 to 24 months for interstate transportation and 18 to 60 months for the assault charge. Edgar Welch, 28, reportedly entered the local Comet Ping Pong on December 4, 2016, wielding his rifle and threatening the restaurant's employees and customers.
  • Busted for Eating Pancakes

    Busted for Eating Pancakes

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    Several people tagged the video with the suspect's name, Kiaron Thomas, 21. The suspect is seen wearing green pajama trousers and fuzzy slippers. A man was charged in Lakeland after sitting in a chair and eating pancakes in the middle of a street.
  • NYC notebook: Bears throwing full arsenal at South Carolina's Treadwell

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    Even ESPN college basketball anaylst Dick Vitale affirmed Thornwell was worthy of all the praise. "Like after shootaround, we're leaving an arena , we get on Snapchat now and be like: Farewell Tour, we out ". But the Gamecocks were unafraid and unrelenting, forcing 18 Blue Devils turnovers to fuel not only their offense but their egos. He said the first two years were the hardest.
  • Rick Perry 'deeply troubled' by election of gay Texas A&M student president

    Rick Perry 'deeply troubled' by election of gay Texas A&M student president

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    In the lengthy letter, which the school has already deemed as inaccurate, Perry suggests that the university had no real reason to disqualify Robert McIntosh from the election that eventually left Brooks running unopposed. Perry's 850-word letter comes two days after the traditionally conservative school elected Brooks as its first openly gay student body president. "At worst", Perry wrote, "the SGA allowed an election to be stolen outright".
  • Wausau area police officer killed in shooting rampage

    Wausau area police officer killed in shooting rampage

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    Authorities said late Wednesday that there is no remaining threat to the public. Two people suffered gunshot wounds. "I thought, what is going on?" Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel has commended the law enforcement response to a series of shootings in the north of the state that left four people dead, including a police officer.
  • Instagram Now Has 1 Mln. Advertisers

    Instagram Now Has 1 Mln. Advertisers

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    And this should lead these firms to advertise more on Instagram. When the new feature is added to the app, all business pages will receive a section dedicated to helping users make an appointment. James Quarles, who is the head of advertising at Instagram, says the appeal of the site goes beyond the raw numbers. Instagram is now home to more than 1 million monthly advertisers and continues to expand features for business profiles.
  • New photos released of suspect in TN AMBER Alert

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    A lawyer for Elizabeth Thomas' father said the teen's alleged abductor is armed, risky and "obviously a man who is not in control of his faculties". He says the district actually waited 14 days before they suspended Cummins, and it wasn't until they sent the district a letter of concern. Cummins was sacked from his teaching job last week over allegedly inappropriate behavior with the teen.
  • Ukiah Meals on Wheels program not affected by federal budget

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    Seniors in New Hampshire expressed their fears Monday over proposed federal budget cuts to the Meals on Wheels program. Rep. Linda Sanchez, D-Calif., said Trump's plan was "literally taking food away from seniors". If the budget were to pass, Chagnon said it would likely be the end of the program, as community support and private donations wouldn't cover the difference.
  • GOP Sen. Dean Heller Won't Support Health Bill

    GOP Sen. Dean Heller Won't Support Health Bill

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    In a story March 17 about the House Republican health care bill, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Rep. John Katko, R-N.Y., is a freshman from the Hudson River Valley. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) and Sen. Ryan told reporters that he and the other Republican leaders could now make "some necessary improvements and refinements" to the legislation, reflecting an urgency to buttress support.
  • Man charged for running over, killing FDNY EMT

    Man charged for running over, killing FDNY EMT

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    Anis Nagi, a witness present during the incident said that he and some others stopped the ambulance when they noticed the man riding at the back. An emergency medical technician was killed in the Bronx on Thursday after a man ran her over with her own stolen ambulance, WABC, a local ABC News affiliate, reported Friday.
  • Gorsuch Law Clerks In Montana To Lobby For Senator Jon Tester's Vote

    Gorsuch Law Clerks In Montana To Lobby For Senator Jon Tester's Vote

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    One year later, a different judge is facing a confirmation hearing. He also claimed "a good number of our Republican colleagues" are against such a change. Do not be deceived by progressives who say Gorsuch is outside the mainstream. In a private meeting, Blumenthal said Gorsuch called the attacks "disheartening" and "demoralizing" and the senator urged him to repeat that publicly.
  • Seattle Seahawks: Marshawn Lynch Set to Come Out of Retirement?

    Seattle Seahawks: Marshawn Lynch Set to Come Out of Retirement?

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    The five-time Pro Bowler will turn 31 in April. ESPN says Seattle could decide to release Lynch to allow him to sign with Oakland. This off-season could get much bigger for the Raiders, and Lynch could be involved in that happening. After missing just one game from 2010-14, he sat out nine games in 2015 with an abdominal injury that required surgery. Former Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson entered free-agency for the first time in ten years of playing at a high level in ...
  • USA jobless claims dip in mid-March

    USA jobless claims dip in mid-March

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    Economists' estimates in the Bloomberg survey for initial jobless claims ranged from 233,000 to 255,000. The four-week moving average of initial claims hit 237,250, an increase of 750 over the previous week's unrevised average of 236,500.
  • Florida downs ETSU in first round of NCAA Tournament

    Florida downs ETSU in first round of NCAA Tournament

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    The 14-seeded FGCU men's basketball team is playing against 3rd ranked FSU tonight in the first round. It took place about 90 miles west in Tampa in 2008. They have proven that they deserve a similar respect. "We've got to try to use our physicality and our strength to try to keep Florida out of the paint".
  • A New Florida Prosecutor Says 'No' to the Death Penalty

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    Scott had earlier asked that Ayala should recuse herself from handling Markeith Loyd's case after she announced her office will no longer seek the death penalty in cases. Her position, which she did not disclose during her campaign, does not match that of the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association. "While I now do have discretion to pursue death sentences, I have determined that doing so is not in the best interests of this community or in the best interests of justice", Ayala said on ...
  • Uber Vehicle Striking Washington Gas Pump Resulted in Fiery Explosion

    Uber Vehicle Striking Washington Gas Pump Resulted in Fiery Explosion

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    The Accord was pushed off the road, hit a tree and split in half. The explosion and the fireball were caught on video. No, it's a video of one Uber driver who lost control of his auto and careened straight through a gas pump, creating a massive fireball that was all caught on video.
  • Cobra Escapes, Is on the Loose in Florida

    Cobra Escapes, Is on the Loose in Florida

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    The lizard's stomach will be X-rayed and scoped , but wildlife officials aren't taking any chances. Residents in the area are urged to use caution until the venomous snake has been captured. Members of the public should not approach or attempt to capture this snake. "(I've) been up since 3-something this morning. "I'm surprised it was venomous", Britney Simpson said.
  • Airlines cancel 1200 flights ahead of major snowstorm

    Airlines cancel 1200 flights ahead of major snowstorm

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    Hawaiian Airlines canceled today's flights in both directions between Honolulu and John F. Kennedy Airport in NY due to Winter Storm Stella . With a snowstorm also blanketing Chicago with 3-6 inches of snow on Monday, it's all adding up to a travel nightmare for much of the USA, which means your plane to somewhere is probably going nowhere.
  • Gas prices unchanged in Meadville area

    Gas prices unchanged in Meadville area

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    In Tacoma, Costco and several Arco stations were the lowest listed on the site at $2.63 a gallon. The Florida average was $2.274 on Monday, down from $2.288 a month ago and flat with a week ago. Despite the decrease, prices in the Lima region were 3 cents higher than last month's average of $2.13 and were up 19 cents from last year's average of $1.94.
  • Tips for Surviving Daylight Saving Time

    Tips for Surviving Daylight Saving Time

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    On Sunday, March 12 , 2017, Daylight Saving Time will return, and clocks will "spring forward" one hour. A recent survey done by Harris Polls for CareerBuilder found that only one in five USA workers gets the recommended eight hours of sleep each night as it is, so losing an hour, even on the weekend, makes the problem worse.
  • Little Girl Gets Blown Away

    Little Girl Gets Blown Away

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    Thankfully, Madison's mother was right there. Brittany Gardner , Madison's mother, told CNN affiliate WEWS she saw her "pinned against the siding and the glass door". After making thousands of people laugh from her flying video, Brittany responded to comments saying that her daughter was initially scared, but was laughing and "telling everyone how she flew" later that day.