A Florida sheriff says the man investigators say killed a woman and her grandchild in a supermarket Thursday posted online that he wanted to 'kill people and children." (June 11)
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The gunman had posted on social media that he wanted to kill people and children, police said.
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Royal Palm Beach Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said during a press conference that the shooting could have been stopped. The shooter had troubling posts on Facebook.
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Authorities say, so far, it's not believed the gunman knew his victims but they say there were warning signs that were ignored.
- The State
While the Grand Strand was spared from seeing any major hurricanes last year, smaller and even distant tropical cyclones still brought significant damage.
- Chiefs Wire
Chiefs OL Joe Thuney shared his thoughts on new teammates Orlando Brown Jr. and Trey Smith.
- Browns Wire
The Cleveland Browns need Jordan Elliott to fill a bigger role in 2021 after the departure of Sheldon Richardson. His coach believes he can.
Report: Biden, Johnson 'working together' on case of U.S. diplomat’s wife accused of killing British teen
Biden is "actively engaged" in the case, Johnson told BBC, but the prime minister tempered expectations.
- Raleigh News and Observer
When it first opened in 1937, John Chavis Memorial Park was the only park Black people could use in then-segregated North Carolina.
Laura Wilkinson, who won Olympic gold in 2000, qualified to compete in the U.S. Diving Olympic Trials finals
- The Telegraph
Cape Cod lobster diver Michael Packard returned to port in Provincetown on Friday with the big fish story of a lifetime. The commercial diver said he was collecting the clawed crustaceans at a depth of 45 feet when he was swallowed whole by a whale. “All of a sudden I felt this huge bump, and everything went dark,” Mr Packard, 56, said following his release from Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis. Initially fearing he had been swallowed by a Great White shark, Mr Packard couldn’t feel any teeth or bit
- The Telegraph
Boris Johnson warned on Friday night that he was willing to unilaterally breach the Northern Ireland Protocol to keep meat imports flowing ahead of talks with European Union leaders on Saturday. The Prime Minister's official spokesman said "all options are on the table" when asked whether he would waive checks on such imports if no agreement is reached by the end of this month. Doing so would breach the terms of the Northern Ireland Protocol, signed in December, which was designed to avoid check
- Robb Report
Because who doesn't want some DBE is their lives?
American Tower (AMT) closed the most recent trading day at $268.35, moving -0.91% from the previous trading session.
We’ve got a checklist going to make sure we have everything we need for the hottest-girl summer on record: stock up on top-rated sunscreen; book the best lake house rental on Airbnb; acquire the most poppin’ swimwear our budgets can buy. The only thing holding us back from our last initiative is that we’re about 20,000 leagues underwater, thanks to the veritable ocean of cute bathing suits in the swim-o-sphere right now. Do we want something cheap and cheerful or luxe and eco-friendly? (All of t
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A man fatally shot a woman and a toddler before taking his own life in a Publix supermarket in Royal Palm Beach on Thursday morning, authorities said.
- Business Insider
Anthony Antonio, who has been charged with a number of counts connected to the Capitol insurrection, spoke to CNN about the riot on Friday morning.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expects the Group of Seven to agree to donate 1 billion COVID-19 vaccine doses to poorer countries during its summit starting on Friday, and help inoculate the world by the end of next year. Just hours after U.S. President Joe Biden promised to supercharge the battle against the coronavirus with a donation of 500 million Pfizer shots, Johnson said Britain would give at least 100 million surplus vaccines to the poorest nations. British foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Friday there was no doubt some countries were using vaccines as a diplomatic tool to secure influence, and that Britain did not support so-called "vaccine diplomacy".
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Michele Gillen, a former South Florida television investigative reporter, has died. Longtime friend and producer Marcia Izaguirre confirmed Gillen's death from natural causes in a Facebook post Friday. "For all those who knew her, she was a relentless warrior who fought indefatigably for the vulnerable,” Izaguirre wrote.
Tullahoma, Tennessee, isn’t the first place that comes to mind when considering a murder, but in the early morning hours of July 2, 2012, a grisly discovery would be made. Near 1:30 a.m. that morning, investigators discovered a fire on the side of a rural road was actually a young woman’s body set ablaze. “It was like something you’d see off a movie,” George Dyer, Franklin County Sheriff’s Office detective, told “An Unexpected Killer,” an Oxygen series. Investigators suspected foul play soon aft
A California man was shot to death while trying to rescue a woman from being kidnapped, authorities say. Shane Winfield Rayment, 37, allegedly went to his former girlfriend’s North Hollywood home on Sunday “and struggled with her,” the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office said in a statement. Roberto Fletes, 42, noticed the “suspect was involved in a dispute with his ex-girlfriend” so he “attempted to intervene and was fatally shot by the suspect,” the Los Angeles Police Department said