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Man who died during robbery was 'scared to death'

Man who died during robbery was 'scared to death'

Additional autopsy tests are also pending. According to a spokesperson with Culver's, it will happen mid to late afternoon. MADISON (WKOW ) - Madison Police said one man was killed during an incident at Culver's at 2102 W. Madison's police chief says a man found dead at a Culver's restaurant early Tuesday morning had been "literally scared to death". Madison Police say they are investigating the incident as a homicide, and they are calling for felony murder charges against the suspects.


Firefighters battle wildfires in Arizona, Utah, California

Firefighters battle wildfires in Arizona, Utah, California

Parts of two state highways are closed because of the fire. Winds made conditions more unsafe for some 500 firefighters assigned to the inferno, and the blaze was just 1 percent contained on Tuesday night. Authorities said Tuesday that Mayer's post office has been closed until further notice because of the fire, which was fanned Tuesday by 35 miles per hour winds.


Lockdown lifted at military post; no injuries reported

Lockdown lifted at military post; no injuries reported

Limestone County sheriff's spokesman Stephen Young said the reaction to the situation at Browns Ferry was likely "an abundance of caution-type thing based on what's going on elsewhere", referring to the arsenal. Normal operations resumed shortly before 1 p.m. "That was proven today". 'We do not believe there is a threat or we would not have opened the installation back up, ' he said.


Number of Duval's A, B schools increase, Florida education officials report

Number of Duval's A, B schools increase, Florida education officials report

Five of the six schools who received a "D" past year improved one letter grade. "We worked so hard". Elementary schools saw the largest increase in "A" schools with 30 percent, up from 21 percent a year ago, state officials said. Olympic Heights in Boca Raton moved from a B to an A. It has become clear to our community that each school's progress can not be represented by a single assigned letter grade.


GOP 'Obamacare' repeal teeters after Senate shelves vote

GOP 'Obamacare' repeal teeters after Senate shelves vote

Multiple senators also relayed a message: Ads from a conservative group against moderate GOP Sen. Collins said Trump listened intently to the concerns she and other senators raised. The extra time will be appreciated by nervous senators. To the immediate right of Trump sat Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, who has expressed concerns about the legislation but so far declined to say whether she would vote for a motion to proceed.