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LaToya Cantrell elected New Orleans' first female mayor

LaToya CantrellLaToya Cantrell, a City Council member who first gained a political following as she worked to help her hard-hit neighborhood recover from Hurricane Katrina, won a historic election Saturday that made her the first woman mayor of New Orleans.

The Democrat will succeed term-limited fellow Democrat Mitch Landrieu as the city celebrates its 300th anniversary next year.

“Almost 300 years, my friends. And New Orleans, we’re still making history,” Cantrell told a cheering crowd in her victory speech.

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Mel Tillis, longtime country singer and songwriter, dead at 85

Mel Tillis dead at 84dMel Tillis, the affable longtime country star who wrote hits for Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs and many others, and overcame a stutter to sing on dozens of his own singles, has died.

A spokesman for Tillis, Don Murry Grubbs, said Tillis died early Sunday at Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala, Florida. He was 85.

Grubbs said Tillis battled intestinal issues since 2016 and never fully recovered. The suspected cause of death is respiratory failure.

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AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies at 64

AC/DC founder dies at 64

AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young has died after a long battle with dementia. He was 64.

"Today it is with deep heartfelt sadness that AC/DC has to announce the passing of Malcolm Young," the band's official Facebook page said Saturday.

"Malcolm, along with Angus, was the founder and creator of AC/DC. With enormous dedication and commitment he was the driving force behind the band. As a guitarist, songwriter and visionary he was a perfectionist and a unique man. He always stuck to his guns and did and said exactly what he wanted. He took great pride in all that he endeavored. His loyalty to the fans was unsurpassed."

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Could Terrorists Hack an Airplane? The Government Just Did.

Govt just hacked an airplane

Could terrorists hijack an airliner remotely by hacking into its cockpit controls, putting its fate in their hands?

This question is being asked because of the revelation that a team of cyber experts at the Department of Homeland Security successfully hacked into the avionics of a commercial airplane parked at an airport as part of a test.

The problem is that nobody with knowledge of aviation cyber security is sure of how vulnerable airplanes are to such an attack—and some believe that the DHS test has simply added to the confusion and created needless alarm.

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Top Massachusetts Police Officials Retire After Trooper Sues Over Altered Arrest Report

Ryan Sceviour resigned

The two top Massachusetts State Police officials abruptly retired just days after a trooper filed a lawsuit claiming he was disciplined for not initially editing an arrest report on a judge’s daughter.

Col. Richard McKeon, who headed the force, and Deputy Superintendent Francis Hughes, the second-in-command, both left the police force on Tuesday. McKeon’s retirement came three days earlier than he had originally planned, The Boston Herald reported. He had announced his retirement last week as furor mounted over the arrest report and a lawsuit was filed by state trooper Ryan Sceviour.

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Ohio execution called off after officials fail to find a vein for lethal injection

Attorne for inmate scheduled for execution in Ohio

Ohio called off the execution of a condemned killer with multiple health problems on Wednesday, because members of the state’s execution team were unable to find a vein to insert an IV that would administer the lethal drugs.

It was only the third time in US history that an execution has been called off after the process had begun.

The execution team first worked on both of Alva Campbell’s arms for about 30 minutes on Wednesday while he was on a gurney in the state’s death chamber and then tried to find a vein in his right leg below the knee.

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5 dead after gunman opens fire on multiple sites, including California elementary school

5 dead in California shooting

A shooting involving multiple scenes in northern California has left at least five people dead, including the shooter.

The Tehama County Sheriff's Office says the incident started at a home and moved to an elementary school in Rancho Tehama around 8:00 am. local time. Rancho Tehama is about 130 miles north of the state capital of Sacramento.

Law enforcement says the shooter, who has not been identified, was shot and killed by police.

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