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    Instead, the man got something out of his truck and returned to the door, the station said. "I was right up against the door looking out as I saw his back and his frame, and then I started to back up," the homeowner told KOCO. "He kicked the door in. It hit me in the face. I pushed it back up against him, backed up and continued to back up." He added to the station that he didn't begin firing "until I saw his feet come in over my doorway." KFOR-TV reported observing at least a dozen shell casings scattered across the home’s floor. A next-door neighbor recounted to KFOR that he heard "pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop, pop. I mean, just, you know, as quick as someone could squeeze the trigger. I mean, it happened so fast ... I walked outside and could smell gunpowder right away.”'I did the right thing'Chickasha police told KOCO the case is still under investigation, and they aren't releasing the name of the fatally shot man until his family...
    The family of the slain Uvalde teacher whose husband died of heart attack days later and the father of a 10-year-old boy also killed in the deadly shooting joined the $100 million lawsuit against the gunman's estate. Injury attorney Thomas Henry, who filed a lawsuit against 18-year-old shooter Salvador Ramos's estate on behalf of four parents whose children were injured in the massacre, said two more families have signed onto the suit as of Thursday.  The new plaintiffs include the families of Robb Elementary School teacher Irma Garcia, 48 - whose husband, Joe, died of a heart attack days later - and Jose Flores Jr., 10, both of whom were among the 21 people killed by Ramos before he died in a shootout with police.  Henry said the lawsuit will also focus on holding accountable the school system, law enforcement, social media, and gun and ammunition manufacturers that enabled the shooting to occur.  'We're sending a message to our country, this cannot go on anymore,' Henry said. 'There will be consequences. 'This case is going be about the flaws and errors that...
    Unfortunately, the world is not a very peaceful or safe place for many individuals. From conflict to abuse to exploitation, there is so much cruelty inflicted on both humans and animals. While this can get disheartening and difficult to hear about, petitions are a great way to use your voice for good. Just by signing one, you are a part of helping those who are not treated fairly. You can even share them with your friends and acquaintances to increase your impact. Through petitions, we can reach those in power and demand justice for others. They are valuable tools for making positive changes in the world. If you are looking for a way to help animals and humans, here are 10 petitions you should sign this week, including Fire the Chicago Cop Who Shot an Unarmed 13-Year-Old, Free Happy the Elephant From Her ‘One-Acre Prison’, Justice for the 10 Victims That Died in the Buffalo Shooting. We want to thank you for being the change you wish to see in the world and giving a voice to the voiceless....
    The nine-year-old boy who was killed in the mass shooting in California on Wednesday died in the arms of his wounded mother who was trying to save him.  Matthew Farias was allegedly gunned down by Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez, who also shot the boy's mother Blanca Tamayo twice in the head. She is still in hospital in a critical condition. The pair were named by Thalia Tovar, whose father Luis, 50, and sister Genevieve Raygoza, 28, were also killed in the massacre at the Orange office complex. Leticia Solis was named by Thalia as the fourth victim of the shooting, with all casualties known to the gunman who locked them in the complex, police said, although they are yet to officially release their identities. Luis Tovar owned Unified Homes, a mobile home business in one of the suites of the building in 202 W. Lincoln Ave where he worked with his daughter Genevieve. The shooter, 44, from Fullerton, who arrived at the site in a rental car and had been living in a hotel, was wounded by police and is in hospital where he is...
    ORANGE, Calif. (KABC) -- The 9-year-old boy, who was one of four people killed in the mass shooting in Orange, died in the arms of his mother, who was also shot while trying to protect her son, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said.Spitzer said the mother was "trying to save him during this horrific massacre.""One of the women victims was embracing that child, apparently after he was shot, and that's how they were found. The child was being protected during that act before he passed," the district attorney said during a Thursday morning press conference.When police arrived on scene Wednesday and began to search the premises, officers found two victims in the courtyard area - one of whom was the slain 9-year-old boy, according to Orange police Lt. Jennifer Amat.RELATED | Suspect in Orange mass shooting knew all 4 victimsEMBED More News Videos Authorities say the suspect in a mass shooting at a business park in the city of Orange, in which a 9-year-old boy and three other adults were killed, knew all the victims either through business or...
    Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley, 51, was killed in a shooting at a grocery store in the city on March 22, 2021. Boulder Police Department/Twitter A non-profit helping families of fallen first responders will pay off officer Eric Talley's mortgage.  Eric Talley was killed last week after responding to a shooting at a Boulder King Soopers supermarket. He is survived by his wife and seven children.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A non-profit said it will pay off the mortgage of officer Eric Talley, who died while responding to an active shooter at a Boulder, Colorado supermarket last week.  Tunnel to Towers Foundation, an organization that was created to help support families of first responders that die while serving, said that it would be paying off Talley's mortgage.  "It's so important because Eric gave his life and left behind a wife and seven children, and for him to rush in and go toward ... the danger to save people is just incredible," foundation CEO Frank Siller told "Fox & Friends" on Saturday. Siller's brother, Stephen Siller,...
    Law-enforcement personnel salute as the motorcade carrying Boulder Police officer Eric Talley leaves the King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, after a mass shooting on March 22, 2021. Jason Connolly/AFP via Getty Images Ten people were killed after a gunman opened fire at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, Monday. Boulder police officer Eric Talley, 51, was among them. He was the first on the scene. Authorities have not released the names of any other victims in the attack. A suspect is in custody. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The police officer killed in Monday's mass shooting at a Colorado grocery store was a father of seven who had been training to operate drones, because he thought they would be safer, the officer's father said.  Eric Talley, 51, was the first officer to respond to calls of a shooting at the King Soopers store in Boulder, the city's police chief Maris Herold told a press conference.  Talley was among 10 people killed in the shooting. Police said they have a suspect in custody, but have...
    Miami : Authorities on Wednesday identified the man who was killed the day before in a shootout with Miami police. This is Juan Carlos Peña Noda, 51, who was wanted in connection with several armed robberies. The investigation into a series of armed robberies in the city led police to Paradise Trailer Park at 2750 South River Drive. When they got there, they found Peña Noda, “there were firearms shots” and the suspect was shot, said Ron Papier, deputy chief of the Miami Police Department. Papier said officers gave the man first aid, who was transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where he later died. Agents were investigating a series of business robberies that occurred since February 8 in the south of the city, particularly in the Flagami area. The Florida Police Department (FDLE) has taken over the investigation of the shooting.
    PARKLAND (CBSMiami) – Sunday, Feb. 14, marks three years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. All week long, Broward County Public Schools have been participating in a variety of volunteer and community service activities in remembrance of the 17 students and staff lost and those who were injured during the Parkland school tragedy. Friday, Feb. 12, at 10:17 a.m., the entire district observed a moment of reflection to honor and remember the victims. “I was reflecting back on the three years and thinking about the 17 students and staff that we lost,” said Superintendent Robert Runcie who honored the moment of silence at Peters Elementary School in Plantation. “And how much of a hole and hurt it still has to their families and our community.” Fourth graders at Peters Elementary on Friday put together mugs for the Plantation Police Department. Some students at the school also wrote kind messages in chalk on the school’s sidewalks. Students at South Broward High School put together a drive-thru breakfast for police and firefighters in Hollywood. “I’m just grateful and thankful that...
    PARKLAND (CBSMiami) – Sunday, Feb. 14, marks three years since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. All week long, Broward County Public Schools have been participating in a variety of volunteer and community service activities in remembrance of the 17 students and staff lost and those who were injured during the Parkland school tragedy. RELATED: Miami Mayor Francis Suarez Joins White House Meeting With Biden To Talk COVID Relief Friday, Feb. 12, at 10:17 a.m., the entire district observed a moment of reflection to honor and remember the victims. WATCH: Moment of Silence Across Broward Schools   “I was reflecting back on the three years and thinking about the 17 students and staff that we lost,” said Superintendent Robert Runcie who honored the moment of silence at Peters Elementary School in Plantation. “And how much of a hole and hurt it still has to their families and our community.” Fourth graders at Peters Elementary on Friday put together mugs for the Plantation Police Department. Some students at the school also wrote kind messages in chalk on the school’s...
    (CNN)A Nebraska bar owner who was indicted by a grand jury last week in the fatal shooting of a Black protester has died by suicide, his attorney Stu Dornan announced during a news conference Sunday."The family of Jake Gardner has asked Tom Monaghan and myself to share the news of his death today, at his own hand," Dornan said. Gardner, 38, was found dead inside a medical clinic outside of Portland, Oregon, Sunday afternoon, the Hillsboro Police Department said in a news release. Gardner was indicted by a Douglas County, Nebraska, grand jury Wednesday on charges of manslaughter, the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, attempted first degree assault and terroristic threats.The charges stem from the May 30 shooting death of 22-year-old James Scurlock outside of Gardner's Omaha bar during protests related to the police killing of George Floyd, CNN previously reported. Read MoreJames Scurlock, 22, was shot and killed outside of an Omaha bar by Jake Gardner, prosecutors said.Video of the incident showed Gardner's father push a protester after asking them to leave the area...
    They identify the fatal victim of a shooting at a California Walmart. The gunman who unleashed the shooting was shot at the Walmart in California, authorities confirmed. The shooter was a former employee of the scene, while the fatal victim was still working at that Walmart distribution center in California. The victim who died Saturday in a shooting at a California Walmart was a Hispanic who worked there, authorities confirmed. The Hispanic Martín Haro-Lozano, an employee of a Walmart distribution center in the California city of Red Bluff, died in a shooting that occurred this Saturday afternoon when a former employee opened fire before being shot dead by police officers, the agency reported. of news Efe this Sunday. In addition to Haro-Lozano and the suspect, the shooting resulted in at least four other injuries, local authorities said. The 45-year-old Hispanic from Orland, California, was a Walmart employee, police said, indicating that the deceased and wounded were taken to a nearby hospital. The incident occurred after the suspect entered his former workplace on Saturday afternoon and began shooting at...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A shooting in the Flatiron District claimed the life of a 19-year-old woman Friday. Erica Lopez grew up in Norwalk, Connecticut. Loved ones say she spent most of her time at an art gallery. That’s where many of them went Saturday to remember her. Erica Lopez, 19, was fatally shot in the Flatiron Distirct on June 26, 2020. (Credit: CBS2) The NYPD says she was shot in the chest just after midnight Friday near the corner of East 26th Street and Fifth Avenue, which is close to Madison Square Park. Authorities say she was with a 21-year-old man who was also shot in the leg but survived his injuries. CBS2’s Cory James spoke with a close friend of Lopez who says the other victim and Lopez were out on a date. She says he told family and friends Lopez pushed him out of the way when shots were fired. “She is beautiful inside and out, responsible, caring for everyone that she knew around her. Everything good you can imagine in someone, she had...
    New York — The shooting occurred in the Seattle area occupied by protesters protesting racism and police abuse since the death of George Floyd Tribute at the site where a person was murdered in the protest area known as CHOP in Seattle. Photo:David Ryder / . A 19-year-old man died and another person has been hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after an overnight shooting inside the Capitol Hill organized protest zone in Seattle, Washington state, according to a statement from the Seattle Police Department. The shooting happened on Saturday morning, around 2:30 a.m. local time, within the area that is also known as Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP), where the protesters who occupied it have been protesting against racism and police abuse since the death of George Floyd. The following video, related to the shooting and posted by the Seattle Police Department, contains strong footage: Police said a “violent crowd” prevented the victims from accessing and that they were later informed that both victims had been transported to the Harborview Medical Center by doctors who volunteered....
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