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Body of missing 4-year-old boy from South Boston found after extensive search

Body of missing four year old foundThe body of a missing 4-year-old South Boston boy who went missing Sunday has been found, Massachusetts State Police said in a tweet Monday.

Police first announced they were searching for the boy, Mohemed Fofena, at 9:21 p.m. Sunday. He was reported missing from Castle Island.

The boy was with his older sister and their grandfather at the park shortly after 7 p.m. Sunday, reported Boston television station WCVB. His grandfather said the park was crowded and he was on the phone for 10 to 15 minutes while the children played. When it was time to head home, the boy was nowhere to be found.

His grandfather reported him missing at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, the outlet said. His mother said the kindergartener was autistic and was not able to communicate.


Police: At Least 3 Dead, More Wounded In New Mexico Shooting

New Mexico shootingAt least three people were dead and multiple others wounded Monday after a shooting in Farmington, police said, and schools citywide were put on lockdown.

“There are multiple civilian victims,” Farmington police reported via Facebook, adding that one suspect “was confronted and killed on scene.”

Two officers were shot including a member of the city police and one with the New Mexico State Police, the message said. Both were reported to be in stable condition at San Juan Regional Medical Center.

“The suspect’s identity is unknown and there are no other known threats at this time,” police said, adding that city, San Juan County and state police were involved.



Chief Standing Bear, Native American civil rights icon, is honored on a postal stamp

Chief Standing Bear

Chief Standing Bear, whose landmark lawsuit in 1879 established that a Native American is a person under the law, is on a new postage stamp.

The U.S. Postal Service released a Forever stamp on Friday honoring the Ponca tribe chief, a civil rights icon known for his "I Am a Man" speech.

The stamp's release comes 146 years after the U.S. Army forcibly removed Chief Standing Bear and some 700 other members of the tribe from their homeland in northeast Nebraska. Standing Bear's son was among those who died of hunger and disease after the tribe's 600-mile journey on foot to the Indian Territory in Oklahoma.

When Standing Bear made the perilous trip back to Nebraska to honor his son with a burial in the tribe's homeland in 1879, he was arrested and imprisoned at Fort Omaha.

TVNL Comment:  The history of the US was founded on Genocide and Slavery.  These are crimes that must be acknowledged if we are ever to go on as an honorable nation.



Michigan boy, 13, saves sister by hitting potential kidnapper with slingshot

Michigan boy saves sister with slingshot

A 13-year-old boy in Michigan saved his younger sister from a potential kidnapper by shooting the attacker with a slingshot, according to authorities.

Police called the boy’s actions “extraordinary” and said he deserved to be commended after defending his sister with a weapon many associate with the biblical hero David – in his mortal battle against Goliath – and Link, the protagonist of the classic video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.

The boy’s eight-year-old sister was hunting for mushrooms in her back yard in a rural area of Alpena township on Wednesday when a 17-year-old boy emerged from the woods, according to Michigan state police.

"The suspect had come through the woods on to the property and came from behind her, grabbed her like you’d see in the movies – hand over the mouth, arm around the waist – and was attempting to pull her into the woods,” the state police lieutenant John Grimshaw told the local news outlet WGTU.

U.S. Border Crossings Down 50% After Title 42 Expired: Mayorkas

US border crossings down 50%

The number of crossings along the U.S. southern border has dropped by 50% since pandemic-related asylum restrictions expired on Thursday, contradicting earlier fears that there would be a surge, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Sunday.

U.S. Border Patrol counted roughly 6,300 crossings on Friday and 4,300 on Saturday, down from more than 10,000 before Title 42 expired on Thursday night, Mayorkas told CNN’s Dana Bash.

It’s still “too early” to say whether the number of crossings has peaked, he said, while crediting harsher penalties for unlawful entry for the immediate drop.

“There’s a lawful, safe and orderly way to arrive in the United States that is through the pathways that President Biden has expanded in an unprecedented way and then there’s a consequence if one does not use those lawful pathways,” he said.




Shooting At Arizona Neighborhood Gathering Kills 2, Wounds 5

Window Rock, AzA shooting at a neighborhood gathering in Arizona left two people dead and five wounded, police said Sunday.

The shooting happened just before 11 p.m. Saturday in the

A motive for the shooting wasn’t immediately known, but Franklin said there was no remaining threat to the community.

Officers went to the gathering after getting reports of an aggravated assault, Franklin said. When they arrived, they found seven people with gunshot wounds.

southwestern city of Yuma, said Yuma police spokesperson Sgt. Lori Franklin. She said an investigation is underway but no suspects have been arrested.



FBI searches NASA scientist's home, property in California as part of 27-year cold case

Ylva Hagner

A cold case that's captivated Northern California for 27 years took federal officials to Redwood City this week for a continued search into the disappearance of Ylva Hagner, a Stanford University student missing since 1996.

On Wednesday, FBI agents and evidence technicians visited Stulsaft Park and a nearby home to search for evidence, according to media reports. Video and photos taken showed them removing stones in the yard of the home and preparing to dig.

Hanger, a 42-year-old native of Sweden, was reported missing in October 1996 after  disappearing from work in Belmont, a city in San Mateo County.

“The case has been refocused and we are conducting an investigation in Redwood City into the whereabouts of Ylva Hagner,” Belmont Police Department Lt. Peter Lotti told CBS News.



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