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Father charged in shooting death of former UCF football player Otis Anderson Jr.

Father charged in shooting death of former UCF football player Otis Anderson Jr.

Denise Anderson, Otis Anderson Jr.’s mother, told authorities in Jacksonville, Florida, that an argument over a dog bite led to the shooting death of the former University of Central Florida football star. She said the fatal altercation began when her husband, Otis Anderson Sr., became upset after being bitten by a dog belonging to Anderson…MORE

Bad Bunny and Olivia Rodrigo topped Spotify streams in 2021
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Bad Bunny and Olivia Rodrigo topped Spotify streams in 2021

In what may come as no surprise, two names dominated this year in music streaming: Bad Bunny and Olivia Rodrigo. For the second year in a row, Puerto Rican rapper and singer Bad Bunny was the most streamed artist, according to Spotify’s 2021 Wrapped, the annual breakdown of Spotify’s streaming data. (Users can also check…MORE

A beloved football player and a senior with college scholarships among Michigan school shooting victims
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A beloved football player and a senior with college scholarships among Michigan school shooting victims

Friends, family and an entire Michigan high school are grieving the loss of four students after a 15-year-old boy opened fire during the school day, killing four peers and shooting seven others on campus. A suspect is in custody after Tuesday’s shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan, authorities said. More than 100 calls…MORE

Keith Urban announces North American tour

Keith Urban announces North American tour

Keith Urban is getting back on stage. The country star announced on Wednesday that he’s hitting the road with his “The Speed of Now World Tour” that will head all over the United States next year. Urban will play two dates in May at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas but the tour…MORE

Hurricane Ida recovery is slow for Louisiana bayou communities — and nonprofits need your help

Hurricane Ida recovery is slow for Louisiana bayou communities — and nonprofits need your help

Three months after Hurricane Ida barreled through Louisiana, the town of Jean Lafitte near New Orleans is still pulling itself out of destruction and despair. “Hurricane Ida was our Hurricane Katrina; it completely devastated our community,” said Jean Lafitte’s Mayor Tim Kerner. “This was the worst disaster in our history.” Nonprofits and FEMA have been…MORE


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