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Houston campus to increase patrols after fatal shootingPatrols increase on Houston campus after student killed; 3rd recent incident of gunfire
The Associated Press19 minutes ago
This image made Sept. 24, 2015, shows an old photo of Mattie Jackson, now 93, as she poses with family in her home in Peoplestown, an Atlanta neighborhood. Jackson, who has lived in the Atlanta neighborhood of Peoplestown for more than 50 years, is leading a charge with other residents in fighting the City of Atlanta's plan to turn a portion of the neighborhood into a park and retention pond. The City says this is necessary because of a sewage issue that may cause flooding in the area. (AP Photo/Kevin D. Liles)
Elderly woman fears home loss in Atlanta flood-control planElderly Atlanta woman, neighborhood champion, afraid of losing home in city flood-control plan
The Associated Press42 minutes ago
In this photo taken Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, Erik Spalvins, right, Remedial Project Manager of the Superfund Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Mayor Pro Tempore Frank Willis look out over a coastal marsh on the Brunswick River where the federal government is spending millions to repair damage caused by creosote used at a wood treatment plant that closed in the 1970s in Navassa, N.C. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)
Residents of contaminated town wary of government effortsAtop contaminated soil, small town in coastal North Carolina wrestles with restoration efforts
The Associated Press56 minutes ago
NYC, state reach deal on mass transit capital fundingEnding dispute, NYC, state reach deal on $26 billion mass transit capital funding program
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FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2014, file photo, Vanessa Fontaine releases balloons in memory of her late son, Avonte Oquendo, at an event in New York marking the one year anniversary of his disappearance. The 14-year-old autistic boy wandered out of his school and was later found dead in an apparent accidental drowning. Two years after his death, New York City teachers and school employees are receiving additional training on serving autistic pupils. (AP Photo/Colleen Long, File)
Training aims to help NYC school aides to kids with autismSchool aides get new training in serving kids with autism in NYC, where boy vanished in 2013
The Associated Press1 hour ago

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