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Teen, 4-Year-Old Sibling Escape Apparent Oxford Murder-Suicide

Tray Ling

OXFORD, MA — Two children jumped out a window to safety when gunshots rang out during an apparent murder-suicide at an Oxford home on Tuesday evening, according to authorities.

The incident happened close to 5:30 p.m. at a home along Old Webster Road when a woman living there called 911. A man living at the home also called police at about the same time.

The man then apparently then shot and killed the woman. A 13-year-old in the home grabbed a 4-year-old sibling and fled to a neighbor’s house. A 3-year-old child was still in the home after the man

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Thief hits several cars in Willard, Mo. neighborhood

Tray Ling

WILLARD, Mo. (KY3) – Police are investigating a string of car break-ins Wednesday morning in a Willard neighborhood.

Police responded to at least two incidents on Berry Lane Wednesday around 3 a.m. Neighbors claim the thieves hit many other cars in the neighborhood.

A couple of residents caught the thief on surveillance video. Luke Owings says he and his wife had an expensive diaper bag stolen from a car in their driveway. And they have video. He says they always lock their car, but forgot last night. A neighbor found the stolen bag between his house and a privacy fence.

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Indiana AG releases ‘Parents Bill of Rights’ to counter influences like critical race theory

Tray Ling

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is releasing a new “parents bill of rights” designed as a “roadmap” for parents to monitor school curricula and block influences like critical race theory (CRT).

“Education policy and curriculum should reflect the values of Indiana families while meeting the mandatory requirements set forth in law,” Rokita said in a statement provided to Fox News. “The single, most effective way to ensure school accountability is for parents to engage in their children’s education. The Parents Bill of Rights empowers them to do just that.” 

Rokita’s office said that the list of rights, released on Wednesday,

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How vaccinated is your neighborhood? | Coronavirus News

Tray Ling

Vaccination shot being prepared at the Magic Mountain vaccination site operated by Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

Every day more Angelenos are rolling up their sleeves for a COVID-19 shot.  Getting more people vaccinated is more important than ever after most orders requiring social distancing and face coverings were lifted. 

L.A. County public health officials estimate that about 66% of the county’s adults have received at least one dose as of June 14. But, as you can tell from the chart below, vaccination rates vary dramatically by neighborhood. (Click or tap here

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1 injured in Gainesville neighborhood drive by shooting

Tray Ling

GAINESVILLE, Texas (KXII) – A drive by shooting in a Gainesville neighborhood injured one person Tuesday evening.

Neighbors say a car was also hit during a drive by shooting at the house on Tennie Street.

Gainesville Police Department Criminal Investigation team was searching the car when News 12 arrived at the scene.

The shooting happened a little after 6 p.m. on Tuesday.

Officers said there are multiple suspects but only 1 person was injured.

A nearby neighbor said they thought people were setting off fireworks but once the Police arrived to the street shortly after, she knew it had to

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