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January 16, 1988 | Associated Press
A man carrying a sawed-off rifle under his coat burst into county offices Friday, shooting the coroner and another government worker to death and seriously wounding another person before he was shot and captured, authorities said. Aaron J. Lindh, 19, was wounded in an exchange of gunfire with sheriff's deputies and was taken into custody, Madison Police Chief David Couper said. Lindh was listed in serious but stable condition at a nearby hospital.
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August 6, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
OAK CREEK, Wis. - The gunman who killed six people at a Sikh temple had a criminal record, a history of involvement in the white supremacist movement and a checkered career in the Army, law enforcement authorities and organizations that monitor hate groups said Monday. Nevertheless, Wade Michael Page, 40, was able to legally purchase a 9-millimeter handgun at a local gun store and was believed to have acted alone when he entered the temple in a Milwaukee suburb Sunday morning and opened fire.
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April 4, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A 14-year-old boy, who told investigators he shot up a school door because he was stressed out over a bad report card, was charged in the incident. The boy is accused of driving his father's car to Oakfield Middle School in Fond du Lac and firing five rifle shots into the front door. No one was injured in the incident Tuesday afternoon. He had received his report card the day before.
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March 15, 2003 | From Associated Press
Two weeks ago, Ohio State was barely above .500, and the NCAA tournament was far from the Buckeyes' minds. Now they're on a roll, two victories from an improbable spot in the field. Led by a gritty defense and Sean Connolly's strong shooting, Ohio State stunned No. 18 Wisconsin, 58-50, Friday in the Big Ten tournament at Chicago. The eighth-seeded Buckeyes (16-13), winners of three of their last four games, face fifth-seeded Michigan State today in a semifinal.
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August 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
A man who left a videotape praising serial killers and saying the world had done him wrong opened fire Tuesday in a McDonald's restaurant, killing one person and wounding two others before killing himself, police said. The 26-year-old man also had said in the videotape that he had dug up Abraham Lincoln's body and put the corpse in his bathtub, police Lt. Steve Pataska told reporters. The man, dressed in military fatigues, fired several shots with a .
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August 6, 2012 | Los Angeles Times
OAK CREEK, Wis. - The gunman who killed six people at a Sikh temple had a criminal record, a history of involvement in the white supremacist movement and a checkered career in the Army, law enforcement authorities and organizations that monitor hate groups said Monday. Nevertheless, Wade Michael Page, 40, was able to legally purchase a 9-millimeter handgun at a local gun store and was believed to have acted alone when he entered the temple in a Milwaukee suburb Sunday morning and opened fire.
SPORTS
March 15, 2003 | From Associated Press
Two weeks ago, Ohio State was barely above .500, and the NCAA tournament was far from the Buckeyes' minds. Now they're on a roll, two victories from an improbable spot in the field. Led by a gritty defense and Sean Connolly's strong shooting, Ohio State stunned No. 18 Wisconsin, 58-50, Friday in the Big Ten tournament at Chicago. The eighth-seeded Buckeyes (16-13), winners of three of their last four games, face fifth-seeded Michigan State today in a semifinal.
SPORTS
March 20, 1994 | Associated Press
Melvin Booker scored a career-high 35 points, and Missouri took advantage of Rashard Griffith's sparse playing time to beat Wisconsin 109-96 Saturday in the second round of the West Regional. Walk-on Paul O'Liney returned from a one-game suspension to score 14 first-half points for Missouri in a game that saw the teams set an NCAA tournament record with 27 3-pointers.
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NEWS
April 4, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A 14-year-old boy, who told investigators he shot up a school door because he was stressed out over a bad report card, was charged in the incident. The boy is accused of driving his father's car to Oakfield Middle School in Fond du Lac and firing five rifle shots into the front door. No one was injured in the incident Tuesday afternoon. He had received his report card the day before.
SPORTS
March 20, 1994 | Associated Press
Melvin Booker scored a career-high 35 points, and Missouri took advantage of Rashard Griffith's sparse playing time to beat Wisconsin 109-96 Saturday in the second round of the West Regional. Walk-on Paul O'Liney returned from a one-game suspension to score 14 first-half points for Missouri in a game that saw the teams set an NCAA tournament record with 27 3-pointers.
NEWS
August 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
A man who left a videotape praising serial killers and saying the world had done him wrong opened fire Tuesday in a McDonald's restaurant, killing one person and wounding two others before killing himself, police said. The 26-year-old man also had said in the videotape that he had dug up Abraham Lincoln's body and put the corpse in his bathtub, police Lt. Steve Pataska told reporters. The man, dressed in military fatigues, fired several shots with a .
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January 16, 1988 | Associated Press
A man carrying a sawed-off rifle under his coat burst into county offices Friday, shooting the coroner and another government worker to death and seriously wounding another person before he was shot and captured, authorities said. Aaron J. Lindh, 19, was wounded in an exchange of gunfire with sheriff's deputies and was taken into custody, Madison Police Chief David Couper said. Lindh was listed in serious but stable condition at a nearby hospital.
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