Airport Shooter Was Decorated Marksman Multiple Fatalities in School Bus Crash Car Hits Crowd at L.A. Auto Show 4 Guilty of Kidnapping, Torturing College Students Leaders Respond to Uptick in Hate Crimes Judge Tells New Citizens to Leave If They Can't Accept Trump

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Airport Shooter Was Decorated Marksman Multiple Fatalities in School Bus Crash Car Hits Crowd at L.A. Auto Show 4 Guilty of Kidnapping, Torturing College Students Leaders Respond to Uptick in Hate Crimes Judge Tells New Citizens to Leave If They Can't Accept Trump


OKLAHOMA CITY - Federal records show a man who police say shot and killed a former co-worker outside an Oklahoma City airport last week was a decorated marksman during a four-year career in the U.S. Army.

Military records obtained by The Associated Press on Monday show 45-year-old Lloyd Dean Buie received an expert marksmanship badge during his stint as an infantryman from 1991 to 1995.

Police say Buie fired the deadly shot from about 50 yards away.

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - Multiple people were killed Monday when a Chattanooga school bus with 35 young children aboard crashed, turned on its side and wrapped around a tree, police said.

In a news conference Monday, Chattanooga Police Assistant Chief Tracy Arnold said there were multiple fatalities but did not confirm the exact number. He said officials would not identify the students who died until parents were notified. Twenty-three children were brought to hospitals, officials said.

LOS ANGELES - Six people were hospitalized Monday afternoon when a Fiat plowed into a crowd outside the Los Angeles Auto Show in downtown Los Angeles.

A total of eight people were evaluated after the crash outside the Los Angeles Convention Center. Six people, including the driver, were taken to area hospitals.

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Four people have been convicted of charges stemming from the kidnapping and torturing of two college students in Rochester last year.

A jury on Monday found the two men and two women guilty of kidnapping the two male University of Rochester students in December, when the victims were abused during a 40-hour ordeal that ended when they were rescued by a police SWAT team.

Prosecutors say the men were mistakenly targeted for retribution for a drug-related robbery. Both have since graduated.

Lydell Strickland was found guilty of all 31 charges, which also included assault, gang assault and robbery. The three other defendants - David Alcarez-Ubiles, Inalia Rolldan and Ruth Lora - were also convicted of weapons-related charges. …

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