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Middle-aged white guy who believes in justice and equality for all. Math and computer analyst with additional 21st century jack-of-all-trades skills. I'm a stud, not a dud!

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5 people killed after 2 shootings in Appling, Georgia, suspect at large

APPLING, GA. — Five people have been killed in two separate shootings in Appling, Georgia, according to media reports.

The county coroner confirmed that five people are dead following two shootings that may be connected.

The Augusta Chronicle reports that three were shot in one location and two others were shot at a nearby subdivision. Four victims were pronounced dead at the scene and the fifth died on the way to the hospital.

The Columbia County Sheriff's Office says they believe that this is the work of one gunman.

Read more: http://www.statesman.com/news/news/national/5-reported-dead-after-2-shootings-appling-georgia/nq9p4/

Vermont News - 4/22/2016

Feds Suspected Fraud Long Before Vermont

Vermont Law Launches Personal Learning Plans for All

Pipeline decision ends proposal for gas plant

Saliva testing bill challenges civil liberties

Vermont Senate money committees tussle over FY 2017 budget

Vermont House passes bill to license dental therapists

Grega lawsuit dismissed, family settles for $1.5M from VT

Vermont lawmaker seeks move to demand governor release email

Shumlin still believes in Jay Peak prospects

New Hampshire News - 04/22/2016

RNC: New Hampshire to keep its first-in-the-nation primary status

NH Senate kills bill easing marijuana penalties

NH Senate approves 'constitutional carry'

New Hampshire Senate Roundup - other bills

Real ID license bill headed to governor

New poll finds record interest in N.H. presidential primary

Maine News - 4/22/2016

LePage vetoes bill that would ease access to heroin antidote

Cruz backers to try to block LePage from national convention

Gov. Paul LePage vetoes jail funding bill

Maine lawmaker not surprised by bridge safety concerns

LePage veto threatens bill affecting ferry delivery of medical samples

New York News - 4/22/2016

University of Buffalo apologizes after 5,000 mistakenly told they were accepted

NYC reaches $40M wrongful conviction settlement with 5

New York denies Constitution natural gas pipeline permits

No tour of Willard insane asylum for 2016, New York says

New New York rules irk wildlife rehabilitators

New York touts tax fraud crackdown

Bronx mural of Bernie Sanders riding a Donald Trump donkey defaced with graffiti

De Blasio team skirted campaign donation limits; investigators found 'willful and flagrant' violations 'warranting prosecution'

Couple, Long Island hospital reach settlement in organ transplant suit

Routine Voter Purge Is Cited in Brooklyn Election Trouble

Mississippi News - 4/22/2016

Next step in Ole Miss' NCAA process delayed

Mississippi not adding domestic violence as grounds for divorce

Gov. Bryant forced to cut current year budget again

Treasurer Fitch critical of state borrowing

‘To-go cup’ bill passes late in session, heads to governor

Mississippi Legislature ends 2016 session

Tennessee News - 4/22/2016

Bible rejected as Tennessee's official book as veto survives

Legislators divert Univ. of Tenn. diversity funds for one yr

Guns-on-college-campus bill highlights flurry of legislation

Lawmakers Fail To Conclude Tennessee Legislative Session

Judge upholds vote count on Tenn. abortion ballot measure

TVA agrees to put more money in employee pension fund

Georgia News - 4/22/2016

Nathan Deal signs tax break aimed at landing a Super Bowl for Atlanta

What you need to know about the white power rally at Stone Mountain

Amid tears, families of Georgia Southern students killed in wreck seek solace, meaning

Judge upholds disqualification of 2 sheriff candidates

Alabama News - 4/22/2016

Alabama lawmakers spend money to save money, but not on Medicaid

Gov. Bentley took 'defacto first lady' on White House dinner

Governor Bentley needs professional help — from a lawyer

Alabama lawmakers approve teacher pay raise

Jim Zeigler orders Gov. Bentley to testify before him

Bentley: 'No problem' with forming impeachment committee

Alabama senator pushes for lottery vote as session nears end

Alabama education budget passes without retiree bonus

Johnny Manziel probably indicted in Dallas domestic violence

The Dallas County district attorney’s office said indictments by the grand jury hearing Johnny Manziel’s case would be announced Monday, signaling that the former Aggie and Cleveland Browns quarterback probably will face a criminal charge.
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Dallas County prosecutors had said that a decision not to indict Manziel — called a “no bill” — would be announced Thursday but a formal indictment would come Monday.

The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner is accused of kidnapping, hitting and threatening to kill an ex-girlfriend, Colleen Crowley, earlier this year.

Dallas police referred a Class A misdemeanor domestic violence assault case to a grand jury instead of making an arrest. Typically, Dallas County’s grand juries hear only felony cases.

Read more: crimeblog.dallasnews.com/2016/04/will-a-dallas-grand-jury-indict-johnny-manziel-in-domestic-violence-case.html/
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