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One killed by United States gunman distraught over breakup

One killed by United States gunman distraught over breakup

Local news media reported all of those shot by Selis, four women and three men, were either black or Hispanic, prompting some on social media to suggest the shooting was a hate crime. Zimmerman adds that information about the incident will be released as it becomes available. Selis did not utter any racial epithets during the attack.


Wife of ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman dies in auto crash

Wife of ESPN broadcaster Chris Berman dies in auto crash

Kathy Berman had a huge heart, and this would have warmed hers beyond belief. "It certainly warmed ours", the family added. All of us need to keep the family of Edward Bertulis in our thoughts and prayers as well. Chris Berman , who turned 62 Wednesday, is a Brown University graduate who started working at ESPN in October 1979, a month after its founding. After the Woodbury crash that claimed two lives, Bertulis' daughter, Nancy, released the following statement.


Senate falls short in effort to repeal environmental regulation

Senate falls short in effort to repeal environmental regulation

Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona made a surprise vote against the resolution , joining fellow Republicans Lindsey Graham of SC and Susan Collins of ME in opposition to torpedo it. The Hill noted that Republicans thought the vote would be tight, but they didn't expect to have the CRA resolution fail. The push to scrap the methane rules faltered amid an uprising of protest in Western states, where tens of thousands of residents near drilling operations risk exposure to the toxic ...


Severe Weather Chances Return Today

Severe Weather Chances Return Today

The hail shattered vehicle windshields and windows and created a winter-like scene. In April 2017, a hailstorm in San Antonio resulted in $1.4 billion in losses and became the costliest hailstorm in Texas history, unadjusted. Higher amounts could fall in some areas. In addition, heavy rainfall may produce flash flooding in urban areas and over burn scars. "A lot will depend on the cloud cover".


Mormon church to pull thousands of teens from Boy Scouts of America

Mormon church to pull thousands of teens from Boy Scouts of America

The Varsity and Venturing program for older youth has been "historically hard to implement within the church", an LDS statement said. Joining the Boy Scouts is practically automatic among Mormon boys, with the church covering the cost of troops for congregations and strongly encouraging participation.