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The latest official details from the Texas Department of Public Safety on Tuesday's mass shooting differed sharply from initial police accounts and raised questions about security measures at the elementary school and the response of law enforcement.
It wasn't so long ago that Duluth saw hundreds of applicants for open positions. But now the city is having to offer big pay and benefit boosts to avert critical shortages.
From the Editorial: "We will spare a moment to say our last goodbyes to a few myths propagated by progressives in the ongoing rhetorical gunfight over how to keep New York City safe."
Police said the victim remained hospitalized Friday morning.

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Officers made phone contact with the man and he was arrested about 2 miles away.
The city says officers were helping another agency "on a high-risk stop as part of a homicide investigation."
Police believe the woman jumped to her death.
The community is invited to the gathering May 12 in Virginia.
A crew installing a rock wall near Clearwater Lake in rural Annandale alerted law enforcement after discovering a human skull. The FBI is investigating.
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights also found that Minneapolis police officers used covert social media accounts to monitor Black individuals and organizations, including political figures, for purposes unrelated to criminal activity. Human rights officials launched their investigation on June 1, 2020, just days after police officer Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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These events are perfect fodder for Republicans in the midterm elections in the fall and the Big Enchilada in 2024.
Tyler Leibfried will fight to keep his job after being acquitted of shooting a man through the door of a downtown apartment, while a civil lawsuit looms for the city.
After two full days of testimony with competing accounts and opinions, a jury will begin deliberating Friday in the police officer's case.

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