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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 2014 | By Joseph Serna
The Glenn County coroner has completed autopsies on the victims of the fiery crash of a FedEx truck and charter bus and will begin notifying families Tuesday afternoon, officials said. Chief Deputy Coroner Richard Warren said most families will learn Tuesday that their relatives' bodies were positively identified as victims of last week's crash. Ten people were killed, including five Southern California high school students. One of the victims died at UC Davis Medical Center last week and was identified as Arthur Arzola, 29, a chaperon for the trip.
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WORLD
January 17, 2013 | By Emily Alpert
An Indonesian Supreme Court hopeful may have torpedoed his chances at the job after suggesting that women might enjoy being raped, infuriating a wide array of critics. Daming Sanusi made the inflammatory remarks Monday while being interviewed by a parliamentary panel for a seat on the Supreme Court.  When asked whether rapists should be put to death, Daming joked that because both the rapist and the victim “enjoy it,” the court should think twice about imposing the death penalty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
A woman killed over the weekend in a Bay Area limousine fire was going to have a wedding on a hilltop in the Philippines, her family said. Neriza Fojas, 31, had already had a civil wedding ceremony in Las Vegas with her husband, Carlo Moya, but was planning another June 19 on a Manila hilltop, her father told the San Francisco Chronicle . She was scheduled for a gown fitting and was expected to arrive in the Philippines on June 2. ...
NEWS
July 21, 2012 | By Michael A. Memoli
WASHINGTON -- President Obama will travel to Colorado on Sunday to meet with families of the victims of the Aurora movie theater shooting rampage, the White House announced Saturday. He will also meet with local and state officials on his visit, which he is making ahead of a previously scheduled three-day trip to Western states for official and campaign events. The president cut short a campaign trip in Florida on Friday after learning of the tragedy and returned to the White House for meetings with senior officials to discuss the situation.
NATIONAL
December 15, 2012 | By Laura J. Nelson
The Connecticut medical examiner on Saturday released the names of the shooting victims from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. All 26 victims died of gunshot wounds, Connecticut's chief medical examiner, Dr. Wayne Carver II, said at a news conference. The deaths have been ruled homicides.  All names and dates of birth were provided by the office of the chief medical examiner. Charlotte Bacon, 6 2/22/06 Daniel Barden, 7 9/25/05 Rachel Davino, 29 07/17/83 Olivia Engel, 6 7/18/06 Josephine Gay, 7 12/11/05 Ana M. Marquez-Greene, 6 4/4/06 Dylan Hockley, 6 3/8/06 Dawn Hochsprung, 47 6/28/65 Madeleine F. Hsu, 6 7/10/06 Catherine V. Hubbard, 6 6/8/06 Chase Kowalski, 7 10/31/05 Jesse Lewis, 6 6/30/06 James Mattioli, 6 3/22/06 Grace McDonnell, 7 11/4/05 Anne Marie Murphy, 52 7/25/60 Emilie Parker, 6 5/12/06 Jack Pinto, 6 5/6/06 Noah Pozner, 6 11/20/06 Caroline Previdi, 6 9/7/06 Jessica Rekos, 6 5/10/06 Avielle Richman, 6 10/17/06 Lauren Rousseau, 30 6/82 Mary Sherlach, 56 02/11/56 Victoria Soto, 27 11/04/85 Benjamin Wheeler, 6 9/12/06 Allison N. Wyatt, 6 7/03/06
NATIONAL
August 11, 2012 | By Laura J. Nelson
First Lady Michelle Obama made a surprise visit Saturday to a hospital in Aurora, Colo., where she met victims wounded in last month's shootings at a premiere screening of"The Dark Knight Rises. " At the Medical Center of Aurora, Obama thanked doctors, nurses and staff who took care of some of those wounded in the July 20 attack. She also met with some of the shooting victims and their families, including one of the two patients who remain in the intensive care unit. Police say James E. Holmes, 24, opened fire during a midnight screening of the new Batman movie, killing 12 people and wounding 58. Holmes faces 142 criminal charges , including 24 counts of first-degree murder.
NATIONAL
August 14, 2012 | By Connie Stewart
Hours after a gunman killed a constable and a bystander before dying in a shootout with police, the mayor of College Station, Texas, called Monday's events tragic and extended condolences to victims and thanks to the police. Brazos County Constable Brian Bachmann was serving a foreclosure notice near Texas A&M University when he was shot. Police identified the gunman as Thomas Caffall, 35, and the bystander as Chris Northcliff, 43. Brachmann was 41. An unidentified 55-year-old woman was wounded and hospitalized in serious condition.
NATIONAL
June 23, 2012 | By Laura J. Nelson
On the steps of the courthouse where a jury convicted Jerry Sandusky of sexually abusing young boys, Pennsylvania Atty.  Gen. Linda Kelly thanked the victims who faced a packed courthouse -- and  their attacker - to tell their stories. “The victims… have shown great strength and courage, candidly and sometimes chillingly telling their stories,” Kelly said. “Not only to the jury in a packed courtroom… but also to the entire world.” After 21 hours of deliberation at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa., a jury of seven women and five men on Friday night convicted the former Penn State coach of 45 charges related to the sexual assault of 10 boys over a 15-year period.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 2013 | By Robert J. Lopez
Santa Monica police Thursday night were trying to find additional victims of a registered sex offender accused of trying to rape a woman at a bus stop in the city. Kelechi Amadi, 34, is on parole for sexual battery and failure to register as a sex offender, the Santa Monica Police Department said. He was arrested in connection with an attempted rape Wednesday at 4:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Santa Monica Boulevard. The victim told officers that Amadi "touched her underneath her clothing and stated that he was going to rape her," police officials said in a statement.
NATIONAL
June 5, 2013 | By Matt Pearce
At least one woman was killed and more victims were feared dead after a vacant Philadelphia building collapsed onto a Salvation Army store as it was being demolished Wednesday. Mayor James Nutter was expected to hold an 11 p.m. news conference about the collapse, which killed a 35-year-old woman and hurt at least 13 other people. At least one missing man, Borbor Davis, was also feared dead. A WPVI-TV reporter said she was with the man's wife when the woman reportedly received a phone call from officials confirming his death.
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