Belton , Kentucky
Saturday, November 4, 2017

Police are searching for a 59-year-old man wanted in connection with a man found dead in the front yard of his residence near Belton this morning. Kentucky State Police said somewhere between 9 p.m. last night and 7 a.m. today, 37-year-old Tony Faith was killed. Police say Faith had been in a verbal altercation last night with his neighbor Rickie Jones. After the altercation, Faith’s wife told police she went to bed and last saw her husband headed back outside to confront Jones again. Police say his wife
found her husband dead in their front yard this morning and called for help. Muhlenberg County Sheriff’s Department notified KSP at 7:25 a.m. about the a homicide at the 557 Kentucky 2270 East residence. Authorities are searching for Jones, who is described as being a white male, 6’6” tall weighing 300 pounds, has gray hair and blue eyes and also has a history of mental illness.

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Sunday, November 5, 2017

Milwaukee police said a 54-year-old man is in custody after a 55-year-old man was found
stabbed to death near 5th and Becher Sunday morning, November 5th. Police initially called this a deathinvestigation, and the medical examiner was called out to the scene. On Sunday evening, they offered anupdate — indicating this was a fatal stabbing and a man was arrested for the crime. The victim has been identified as Victor Rogers. He was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation is ongoing.

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Sutherland Springs, Texas
Monday, November 6, 2017

President Donald Trump has ordered that U.S. flags be flown at half-staff to honor those killed in the mass shooting at a Texas church. Trump, who is in the midst of a lengthy tour of Asia, issued a proclamation late Sunday ordering that American flags flown at the White House, all public buildings and grounds, and military posts be flown at half-staff through sunset on Thursday. Authorities say 26 people were killed and about 20 others were wounded Sunday after a man opened fire inside First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, about 30 miles southeast of San Antonio. Officials identified the gunman to The
Associated Press as Devin Kelley.

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Cleveland, Ohio

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

A young couple was shot and killed during a robbery attempt on the city’s west Sunday
evening. Cleveland police someone shot Kladijah Baker, 25, and Eric Mason at 11604 Fidelity Avenue. Mason died at the scene. Baker, who was shot twice, died at the hospital early Tuesday morning.Just two weeks ago, Baker wrote in a Facebook post that she needed to move from that area because someone was always getting shot. There are no arrests.Baker’s death raises the city of Cleveland’s homicide total for 2017 to 103.

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Portland, Oregon
Wednesday, November 8, 2017

A 16-year-old Roseburg foster boy was arrested on Tuesday for killing his foster mother and 2 siblings, according to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. Officials said Kevin Wayne Adams was found at the scene in the 400 block of Whispering Pines Way along with the three victims. He admitted that he shot the 3 victims multiple times. The scene where Kevin Wayne Adams allegedly shot his foster mom and 2 siblings. (KOIN) Robert Adams, the foster father of Kevin, contacted deputies around 9 p.m. on Tuesday and reported his son murdered his family. Kevin Adams was arrested without confrontation with deputies. In an interview with deputies, Robert Adams said that he returned home after just over 2 hours away. When he got back, he heard Kevin Adams telling him to stay outside and call the police. Robert Adams said he then went inside to find 3 dead bodies — all with gunshot wounds — and a gun on the bed “which was not where it should be,” court documents said. A friend of Kevin’s, who is a senior at Roseburg High
School, described Kevin as a “normal kid” and was shocked to hear about the incident. Through text messages, 17-year-old Matt told KOIN 6 News, “He loved to laugh and tell jokes. He was always friendly to everyone. He was a good kid in my eyes. He had goals in life and he definitely wanted to have a future.” Matt went on to say that he believed “something had to push him over the edge in a pretty big way for him to do this.” Kevin is charged with three counts of aggravated murder and is booked into the Douglas County Juvenile Department. Although he is a minor, Kevin will be tried as an adult.The
circumstances of the incident are the current focus of the investigation, the sheriff’s office said.

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New York City, New York
Thursday, November 9, 2017

Firefighters and other first-responders who worked at Ground Zero aren’t the only ones suffering 16 years later from exposure to toxic debris. Local school kids who are now young adults have come forward, revealing they’ve battled cancers and lung diseases covered by the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. Michele Lent Hirsch, 32, was a senior at Stuyvesant HS, on Chambers Street, just a couple blocks from Ground Zero, when she saw the first tower fall from a classroom window. In 2010, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, one of 68 cancers eligible for health coverage through the VCF. Hirsch was only 25 when she was diagnosed. “Cancer is so terrifying to deal with when you’re a young person,” she told The Post. “They sent us back to a school that was not safe. We were exposed to toxins that were physically harmful. You don’t send students back to a toxic school before it’s safe.” Stuyvesant was used as a staging area by rescue and recovery workers after 9/11. The elite public high school reopened a month later, on Oct. 9, amid heated debate about whether the building was free of contaminants.

One veteran teacher stayed away from the school, telling The Post at the time that dust-filled air in the building was making him sick. “This is just the tip of the iceberg,” said lawyer Michael Barasch, who represents 12 graduates of schools near Ground Zero, half of whom attended Stuyvesant, with cancer or lung disease. “I’m sure there are others who are not aware of it.” The problem first came to light five years after 9/11, when many Stuy students joined a petition calling for a government-sponsored study,
screening and health care for kids who attended the school in the year after the terror strikes. Since then, it’s been a growing concern, as more students get diagnosed with serious illnesses. “We are now seeing what doctors are not surprised at all is basically a cancer cluster,” Barasch said. “A 28-year-old girl should have not breast cancer. A 29-year-old boy should not have colon cancer or bladder cancer. And we also represent at this point almost a dozen teachers.” Hirsch said she’s speaking out to let people know they’re eligible for government-funded health care to treat what are considered 9/11-related illnesses. She did not know during her bout with thyroid cancer that
she was eligible for government-funded health treatment. “It was kind of shocking to find out that other people have cancer,” she said. “A lot of people assumed that young people would be fine. I was only 16 when 9/11 happened.”

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Phoenix, Arixona
Friday, November 10, 2017

Phoenix police have identified a 38-year-old man who was found dead from multiple gunshot wounds in an alley near Meadowbrook and 35th avenues. The body of Michael Vasquez was found in the alley Friday afternoon, but police said he may have been shot the day before. Residents nearby told police they heard gunshots at about 10:30 p.m. Thursday. Another resident in the area saw the man in the alley at about 6 a.m. on Friday but did not notify police. Phoenix police said they received a call to the area at
about 1 p.m. Friday. Officers said they have no suspect information or motive yet.

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