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Colorado School Gunman Entered Unlocked Door
Colorado School Gunman Entered Unlocked Door

The gunman who opened fire at a Colorado high school on December 13 was found to have entered an unlocked door. The door is supposed to be locked at all times but rarely is according to the principal. The gunman entered without an obstruction. He had legally bought a shot ...

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Blog Posts in 2013

  • Woman Shot and Car-Jacked On Remote County Road

    A woman is shot and her car stolen on a remote county road in Wasola, MO on Wednesday night. Saketta Bryce-Satterfield was just getting home from work ...

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  • 18 Vehicles Crash in Pulaski County Caused By Ice

    Ice conditions on interstate 44 in Pulaski County caused at least 6 reported crashes, accounting for at least 18 vehicles on Sunday within a four mile ...

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    In today’s society, laundry detergent capsules are becoming quite popular. With increased popularity, these capsules have also increased the number of ...

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  • Two Firefighters Injured In Accident While Responding To A Call

    Two firefighters were injured in a crash Monday, November 25, while responding to a call near Ozark, MO. Jason Stephens, 29, was driving the fire ...

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  • Another Tesla Model S Electric Car Catches Fire

    After hitting road debris on a Tennessee freeway, a Tesla Model S electric car caught fire. This is the third of this make and model to catch fire ...

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  • St. Louis Man Wins $8.3 Million Malpractice Award Against John Cochran VA Hospital

    Army Veteran, Dirk Askew was awarded $8.3 million in federal court after losing a leg and suffering severe brain damage from what should have been a ...

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  • 25-Year Zoo Employee Dies After Charged By An Elephant

    Bradford worked at the zoo for 25 years. Zookeepers say Patience, a 41-year-old female elephant, got aggressive with Bradford and charged. There were ...

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  • Hachette Book Group Recalls Children's Books Due To Choking and Laceration Hazards

    Hachette Book Group, Inc., based in New York, NY has issued a recall on two of its children’s books. Two titles are included: Count my Kisses, 1, 2, ...

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  • Texas Woman Dies After Rollercoaster Safety Restraint Fails

    As many of us are, Rosy Esparza was understandably nervous before her first time riding the Texas Giant, located at SixFlags Over Texas, in Arlington. ...

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