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Vigil to be held for man shot and killed by Southaven police
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - More than a month after the police shooting of Ismael Lopez in Southaven, his family still has no answers. A vigil for Lopez is planned in front of Southaven PD Friday evening. This vigil is also a protest. Lopez's widow is going to be there, and the pastor who is putting it on has vowed not to quit.

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Pastor becomes councilman without opposition
It’s not supposed to be easy to get elected to a city council, especially for someone who has been a resident for less than four years, but Justin Wright breezed into the job last week. The 31-year-old pastor of Centerville Community Church will become a Centerville City Council member in January.

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WATCH: Hurricane Harvey, debt ceiling hot topics in the White House briefing room
Hi there are welcome to the ABC news briefing room you just heard in the range of federal officials including Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Three on the preparations for different hurricane hardened which is up barreling down about it posted Texas. Rick that among among the other headlines along with us officials are Pennsylvania Avenue team.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records. Thomas Demetrius Burns, 53, remained hospitalized....

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
CHARLESTON, S.C. The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records. Thomas Demetrius Burns, 53, remained hospitalized Friday, the....

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Report: no autopsy for immigrant who died in Hudson County's custody
Gallery: Rolando Meza Espinoza protest outside Kearny jail. By The Jersey Journal An autopsy was never performed on the immigrant who died in June while in the custody of Hudson County corrections officials, The state medical examiner determined Rolando Meza Espinoza, who also went by the name....

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Commandment signs sprout across North Huntingdon
Updated 1 hour ago To Shawn Teamann, posting a sign of the Ten Commandments in the front yard of his North Huntingdon home is an affirmation of his faith and his stance against what he sees as an erosion of religious freedom in America. “It's just standing up for what you believe in.

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Urban farm planned for former Pittsburgh housing project site
Updated 13 minutes ago. Rev. Maurice C. Trent Jr. remembers walking the streets of St. Clair Village when the former Pittsburgh housing project was a notorious haven for drug dealers, gang activity and murder. “I buried a lot of young men from up here,” said Trent, pastor of nearby Lighthouse Cathedral church.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenberg said Thursday the gunman appeared to have a history of mental illness. A court document from April 2010 appears to confirm that. Burns was facing drug charges at the time and a Circuit Court judge ordered a mental evaluation.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
Charleston Mayor John Tecklenberg said Thursday the gunman appeared to have a history of mental illness. A court document from April 2010 appears to confirm that. Burns was facing drug charges at the time and a Circuit Court judge ordered a mental evaluation.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Suspected gunman had history of violence, mental illness
By RUSS BYNUM Associated Press. CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - The man who police say killed a Charleston chef inside a restaurant filled with tourists had been convicted of violent crimes at least twice since the 1980s and struggled with mental illness, according to legal records.

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Football Legend Agyemang Duah Suffers Stroke ...
Former Accra Hearts of Oak Defender Edward Agyemang Duah, popularly known as "Rambo" in the football arena, who has been hit by the stroke disease for over five years, and now paralyzed, has called for support from government and other benevolent organisations as well as football institutions.

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Jesus watches over baby in the womb in amazing sonogram photo
A Pa. couple sees Jesus in their sonogram in a video posted by Fox 43 on August 22, 2017. (Photo: Fox 43 video screengrab) A Pennsylvania couple found an image of Jesus Christ watching over their unborn daughter in a sonogram. "When they gave it to us ... Umm, to me, it's Jesus.

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Arkansas Ready to Execute Again: 'Delusional' Killer Gets Date With Death
His attorney said Greene should be exempt from execution under court rulings that hold condemned inmates must be competent enough to understand their punishment. "The state has taken the next step toward executing a man who suffers from severe mental illness," Greene's federal defender, Scott Braden, said Friday after set the execution date.

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Swastika Scrawled on Upper West Side Church's Entrance, Police Say
UPPER WEST SIDE A swastika was found scrawled on the entrance to a West 86th Street church that shares space with a synagogue in an incident police are investigating as a hate crime, the NYPD said. Someone scribbled the roughly 2-inch symbol with a black marker on the entrance walls of St. Paul and St.

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Mourners rebuke Matiang'i at Mathare girl Stephanie Moraa's burial
Calls for justice dominated the funeral of Mathare girl Stephanie Moraa who was allegedly shot dead by police during demonstrations over the election. Moraa was a class four pupil of Mathare Primary School in Nairobi. Emotions ran high at her funeral at Isecha village in Kisii county, parents,....

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