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  • Texas church mourns loss of 13 parishioners killed in bus crash

    UVALDE COUNTY, TX — Thirteen people traveling in a minibus bringing senior churchgoers back from a retreat were killed Wednesday in a two-vehicle crash in the Texas Hill Country, officials said. Two people were injured, including the driver of a large white pickup that collided with the bus, said Sgt. Conrad Hein with the Texas Department of Public Safety. “It was a really gruesome scene,” motorist Rick Ballesteros of Uvalde, who drove up to the crash site, told CNN affiliate […]

  • Flint gets $87 million settlement to pay for 18,000 new water pipes after lead crisis

    FLINT, Mich. — Flint is getting the money it wants to replace pipes that contributed to its water crisis, but it’s not enough to persuade Vicky Jones to stay in the eastern Michigan city. Jones, 66 and homebound, says she isn’t heartened by Tuesday’s settlement in a lawsuit over lead-tainted water, one that compels Michigan to set aside millions of dollars that Flint will use to replace problem pipes to at least 18,000 households by 2019. Jones, who like many […]

  • Homeowner’s son kills 3 teens who broke into Oklahoma residence, getaway driver arrested

    WAGONER COUNTY, OK — Three teens dressed in black and wearing masks and gloves were killed by a resident when they broke into a home, Oklahoma authorities said Monday. The 23-year-old son of the homeowner fired shots from a rifle; officials said. One suspect had a knife, another carried brass knuckles. “Preliminary investigation looks like it’s self-defense,” said Wagoner County Sheriff’s Deputy Nick Mahoney, cautioning the investigation was continuing into the midday home invasion. The shooter voluntarily spoke with investigators. Neither […]

  • Randy Travis says he’s doing ‘good,’ attributes recovery from stroke to ‘amazing grace’

    Randy Travis credits his recovery from a life-threatening stroke to “amazing grace.” The country music star was hospitalized in 2013 for viral cardiomyopathy, a disorder in which a virus attacks the muscles of the heart, causing it to beat more slowly. That led to congestive heart failure, which caused a stroke that left Travis unable to walk or speak. But nearly four years later, the six-time Grammy Award winner is defying the odds. Travis told CNN during a phone interview […]

  • United Airlines in Twitter trouble over dress code rules, leggings

    A dress code requirement, obscure to the general flying public but part of a United Airlines employee perk, caused a stir on Twitter on Sunday. The dust-up over United’s rules came after Shannon Watts, the founder of the anti-gun violence group Moms Demand Action, tweeted about seeing a United gate agent refuse to allow “girls in leggings” board a flight from Denver to Minneapolis “because spandex is not allowed.” “I guess @united not letting women wear athletic wear?” Watts tweeted […]

  • Lyft says round up your fare and donate to charity

    WASHINGTON — Lyft thinks it has found another way to differentiate itself from its rival Uber. The ride-sharing company announced Sunday morning that it will soon allow passengers to round up their fares to the nearest dollar, and give the difference to charity. Round Up & Donate will launch in the coming weeks, most likely with a single organization that can receive donations, Lyft executives said. The company expects to gradually expand the program and highlight local community organizations. Lyft […]

  • Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds celebrated at public memorial

    The lives of Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher continue to be celebrated. More than a thousand people paid tribute to the mother-daughter duo at a public memorial on Saturday, held near their burial sites at Forest Lawn cemetery in Los Angeles. The event, organized by Todd Fisher, Reynolds’ son and brother of Carrie, befit the Hollywood screen legends with singing, dancing and a cameo by a “Star Wars” character. Fisher spoke lovingly about his sister and mother, who died in […]

  • GameStop to shutter 100+ stores

    NEW YORK — It’s game over for more than 100 GameStop retail locations. The company announced earlier this week that it’s shutting down 2% to 3% of its stores. That means as many as 190 stores could be on the chopping block. GameStop currently operates more than 6,600 stores globally, including 4,400 in the United States. It’s unclear how many domestic stores the Texas-based company plans to close. The retailer of new and used video games has been on shaky […]

  • One person dead, 14 others injured in Cincinnati shooting

    CINCINNATI, Ohio (CNN) — One person was killed and 14 others injured when gunfire broke out at a nightclub in Cincinnati early Sunday, police said. The shooting occurred at Cameo Night Club just after 1 a.m. ET, CNN affiliate WLWT reported. Several people are undergoing surgery, Cincinnati Police Sgt. Eric Franz told CNN. Police do not have any suspects in custody, but are interviewing witnesses. Police believe “multiple shooters” were involved, Franz said. While the motive is unclear, there’s no reason […]

  • Former Penn State President convicted in Sandusky case

    (CNN) — The man who ran Penn State amid allegations that assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was molesting young boys may now face jail time. Former Penn State President Graham Spanier was found guilty Friday of one misdemeanor count of endangering the welfare of a child. No date has yet been set for Spanier’s sentencing. His conviction carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The jury in the Dauphin County courthouse acquitted Spanier of […]