Grieving husband dies after wife is slain in Texas rampage

By STEFANIE DAZIO Irma Garcia’s family was already reeling from her death in the Texas school shooting that targeted her fourth grade classroom and killed her co-teacher and 19 students. Then, a mere two days after the attack, her grieving husband collapsed and died at home from a heart attack, a family member said. Joe… Continue reading Grieving husband dies after wife is slain in Texas rampage

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‘You are not alone’: Vigil held for families of Texas school shooting in Newtown, CT

NEWTOWN, CT (WHDH)– Nearly 2,000 miles separate Newtown, Connecticut from Uvalde, Texas but tragedy has forever linked the two towns. Thursday night, residents of Newtown gathered at a vigil to show their support for the families of Uvalde as they deal with the pain of losing the 19 children and two teachers who were killed… Continue reading ‘You are not alone’: Vigil held for families of Texas school shooting in Newtown, CT

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Foundation Unveils Master Plan for Senior Centers, Campaign to Raise Nearly $150M to Fund It

The Bay Terraces Community and Senior Center in San Diego. The city marked its opening in August 2021. Photo credit: @CityofSanDiego, via Twitter A private foundation on Thursday introduced its “San Diego Master Plan for Senior Centers,” a countywide proposal to bring modern versions of such centers to local communities. In San Diego County, there… Continue reading Foundation Unveils Master Plan for Senior Centers, Campaign to Raise Nearly $150M to Fund It

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Karros, UCLA beat Washington 14-8 in Pac-12 Tournament

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Kyle Karros went 5-for-5 with four RBIs, Michael Curialle was 4-for-6 and drove in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning and UCLA beat Washington 14-8 Thursday night to avoid elimination from the Pac-12 Tournament. Daylen Reyes hit a two-out double down the left-field line, advanced to third on a wild… Continue reading Karros, UCLA beat Washington 14-8 in Pac-12 Tournament

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West Campus High Students Walk Out In Support Of Black Vice Principal Who Resigned Over Claims Of Harassment

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Students walked out of West Campus High School on Thursday to support their vice principal who resigned last week after being targeted by racist and violent threats. Dr. Verhser’s resignation is effective June 17, following the end of the school year. “Black students are so overlooked that we literally have to do… Continue reading West Campus High Students Walk Out In Support Of Black Vice Principal Who Resigned Over Claims Of Harassment

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Man shot in arm in East Oakland

OAKLAND — A man was shot Thursday morning in an East Oakland neighborhood, authorities said. Shortly after 9:40 a.m., police responded to reports of ShotSpotter activity in the 1400 block of 74th Avenue in the city’s Arroyo Viejo neighborhood. When officers arrived, they found a victim who had been shot in his arm. He was… Continue reading Man shot in arm in East Oakland

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Daughter and her best friends ‘are all gone now,’ dad says

By ELLIOT SPAGAT and STEPHEN GROVES UVALDE, Texas (AP) — Jacklyn Cazares hadn’t yet reached her 10th birthday, but she was already a tough-minded “firecracker” always looking to help people in need, her father said. Jacklyn and her second cousin, Annabelle Rodriguez, were especially tight with three other classmates at Robb Elementary School. “They are… Continue reading Daughter and her best friends ‘are all gone now,’ dad says

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