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Oct 31 2023
Tuscaloosa police are investigating a Tuesday morning shooting that killed one person in Tuscaloosa County.
Capt. Jack Kennedy, commander of the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit, said that members of the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office and the Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit are on the scene at Timbertop Lane in the Fosters community after the shooting was reported.
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Nov 08 2023
HIALEAH, Fla. (AP) — A City Council candidate in the Miami suburb of Hialeah used Donald Trump ‘s image on campaign signs. At one polling station this week, many people wore red “Make America Great Again” hats or drove pickup trucks with flags bearing the former president’s name. Outside the venue where the front-runner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination will speak Wednesday,The Seattle Times
Oct 20 2023
They are still finding bodies in the neighbourhoods near Gaza.
Warning: Some readers may find details in this article distressing.
Recovery teams on Wednesday pulled a woman's body from the rubble in Kibbutz Be'eri. She was naked, her feet bound with metal wire.
One of the team said the bodies of more than 20 children had been found nearby, tied together and burned.BBC News
Nov 13 2023
Evanston Delays Vote on Ryan Field Renovation, Additional Concerts Amid Push for More Community Benefits
The Evanston City Council on Monday night voted 6-2 to delay a decision on Northwestern University’s plans for a new Ryan Field. The move to table the measure until next Monday allows more time to negotiate and consider a community benefits agreement with the university. Before a packed City Council chamber, the motion at the beginning of Monday night’s meeting surprised many in attendance whoWTTW
Oct 19 2023
A prayer service will be happening at Pepperdine University on Thursday in memory of the four students who were killed in a tragic crash on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. The prayer service was at 10 a.m. on Thursday and Pepperdine University was shutdown for the day so students could attend. Niamh Rolston, Asha Weir, Deslyn Williams, and Peyton Stewart were all in their 20s and seniorsCBS News (Online)
Oct 11 2023
The United Jewish Federation of Stamford, New Canaan, and Darien along with UJA-JCC Greenwich held a community solidarity gathering in the wake of the ongoing attack by the terrorist group Hamas against Israel. The war has claimed at least 2,100 lives on both sides as of Wednesday afternoon, according to the Associated Press. The New York Times reported that Palestinian militants havePatch.com
Nov 06 2023
The FBI announced the arrest of a Tempe man who is accused of making a threat via email to "execute" a Rabbi and "every other JEW [sic] I can find tonight at midnight of your Sabbath." He's accused of asking the Rabbi to "try to convince" a Utah judge to "drop the charges against" him in a state district court case. The email Mindock is said to have written reads, "If you do not use yourFOX 10 Phoenix
Nov 02 2023
An Oregon man has been sentenced to three years in federal prison plus three years of supervised release for attempting to run over three people with his car last year in Boise. Matthew Lehigh began targeting people he believed were part of the LGBTQ community over a week-long crime spree around Boise in October 2022. According to court records, on October 8, 2022, Lehigh approached aKBOI 2
Nov 06 2023
CINCINNATI — Just days after six people — five of them children — were hit by bullets in the West End, outreach workers are headed to the neighborhood to offer what they can to help the community. Social workers plan to travel door-to-door in the West End after a drive-by shooting Friday night killed an 11-year-old boy and wounded a 13-year-old boy, a 15-year-old boy, a 15-year-old girl and aWCPO 9
Oct 28 2023
The scenes where 18 people were killed and 13 more injured last week are being cleared and the businesses are being turned back over to the owners as people in the community turn to each other to process what happened. “This thing's like a tidal wave hits you… you’re ok one-minute, next minute you’re just not,” said Arthur Barnard, the father of one of the victims in Wednesday’s mass shootingsNBC 10 Boston