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Dylann Roof, 21, of Lexington, South Carolina, is the suspect in Wednesday deadly shooting at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, the Charleston police said Thursday. He may be driving a black Hyundai with vehicle tag LGF330, police said.

He white, slightly built and in his early 20s and police say he walked into a Charleston, South Carolina, church and fatally shot nine people as they attended Bible study class.

Police released a flier Thursday morning with details of the suspect in the attack on the historic African American church as they appealed for help to track him down as quickly as possible.

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Charleston Police Chief Gregory Mullen told a news conference that officers obtained surveillance videos of the suspect in this case and a suspect vehicle. said the suspect was a white male between 21 and 25 years of age, 5 foot 9 in height and a very distinctive sweatshirt that has markings.

Mullen emphasized the suspect is very dangerous individual and said should not be approached by anyone. people who recognize the suspect or spots the vehicle should alert law enforcement, he said, rather than trying to follow themselves.

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A female survivor told family members that the gunman told her he was letting her live to tell everyone else what happened, Dot Scott, president of the local branch of the NAACP, told CNN.

Scott said she had not spoken to the survivor directly but had heard this account repeated at least a dozen times as she met with relatives of the victims Wednesday night. Scott added that she didn know if the survivor had ended up at the hospital or being questioned by police.

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whether white or black, to visit it, Scott said. She said she had no indication that any children were among the victims.

Mullen told the news conference the suspect had been in the church attending a meeting that was going on and there almost an hour with the group before the actual event. he declined to comment on whether the suspect had let one woman escape.

Surveillance image released by Charleston Police.

The suspect was seen leaving the church in a black four door sedan, the flier says. vehicle you will see has a very distinctive front license plate, Mullen added.

He appealed for the media to help in circulating the suspect image and for the public to be vigilant. The clean shaven man pictured wears a gray sweatshirt over a white T shirt, blue jeans and Timberland boots.

one in this community will ever forget this night and as a result of this and because of the pain and the hurt this individual has caused this entire community, the law enforcement agents are committed and we will catch this individual, Mullen said.

Charleston Mayor Joe Riley echoed that sentiment, saying everything must be done to find a culprit he described as filled with hate and with a deranged mind. man is a horrible person who must be taken into custody as soon as possible, he said. course we will make sure he pays the price for this horrible act. night attack at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church is being investigated as a hate crime. All the victims, who include the church pastor, the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, were black. Six of those killed were female and three male.

(CNN contributed to this Tribune Media story)

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In 1958, a 17 year old man really up his courage, sneaked out of the house and drove to Chicagowith some friends to the Trianon Ballroom. There, he put on an evening gown and stepped into a new world, a world of fashion and makeup and fabulous people and a life that would lead him to embrace both his homosexuality and to open Fort Wayne first openly gay bar and to become Tula, a drag queen who has taken so many others under her wing and set them free. Follow this amazing story as we play 20 Questions with Charles Miller, aka Tula.

1. What was it like, the first time you performed in drag?

In kindergarten! It was a (play), and the girl who was supposed to be the queen was sick so I got to be the queen. My teacher, Mrs. Irwin, she put lipstick on me and two dots of red on my cheeks, and I had a cape she dotted with black to look like ermine. You have to understand, I had a lot of feminine features, my hands and my eyes, and everybody called me a sissy, of course.

The illusion of turning a male body into a very female body. I love to see old fashioned drag. It really is an illusion, and they work hard to be convincing.

4. When you first realized you were gay, what were your thoughts?

Today people don realize the extent of the bullying back then. I had eggs thrown at me when I was playing at Lakeside Park. I just had a feminine air. And the bullying we took I was never afraid. I never backed down. I always fought back.

My dad was absolutely wonderful. He was in World War I, and he had seen all the female impersonators on stage in Paris. My mother, she say if you gonna do that, please pull the curtains closed. They just wanted me to be careful. My father died two weeks after he retired from Harvester, and I was finally able to talk my mother into coming down to Tulisa (the Miller owned first openly gay bar in Fort Wayne). She felt very much a part of it. She got to know all the kids.

6. Why do you think some people are still afraid of homosexual people?

I honestly think the majority comes from the church. We a redneck country in reality. If we look at the world, we have to look at the politicians. They bullies. The teachers and the coaches, a lot of them are bullies. Still, a lot has changed, though.

7. Talk about Tula development.

When I got back from (the first show in) Chicago, I hid it. But I said, I got to keep doing this. I started working at the Rathskeller in the late I was one of the best old time strippers. I could make those tassels twirl! It was a gimmick! Tula just kept evolving. I had capes flowing, and it was a show and people loved it. Then I bought Tulisa and that when Tula exploded. Gay life in Fort Wayne back then was about cruising the streets, and now we had a place we could go to.

Everybody thinks I mean, but I not mean. I very outspoken. My act is clean. I like to tell jokes. I very caring and giving. I taken care of a lot of HIV patients until their deaths, and that given me an inner strength I hope I never lose.

9. You took care of your mom when she became ill, right?

I took care of her for the last three and a half years of her life. She died in my arms. I never regret taking care of her. Oh, the lessons it taught me, the strength she had.

10. Drag and the art of female impersonation has grown more visible thanks to movies like Queen of the Desert and the TV show Drag Race. Which one better represents the drag world?

Oh, of course. RuPaul is a bully. (has) such a wonderful interpretation of gay life. It the whole thing.

11. The bar After Dark has given Tula and other female impersonators a home in Fort Wayne. How do you feel about it?

How fortunate I am to have Leo (Vodde) as my boss and for him to let us bring this art of female impersonation and give it a home.

12. What the hardest part of your transformation?

Covering the beard and the face and to pick the right (foundation) tones. In the old days, we had Max Factor, and we don have that anymore. And of course hiding the (male) parts!

13. What your best makeup tip?

Use translucent powder over everything. You do it to set (your makeup) and make it beautiful. Use Vaseline on your lips and eyelashes if you don have mascara.

14. If you had one super power, what would it be and why?

I love to be able to sprinkle fairy dust and make everybody happy, just to have a calm come over everybody.

15. What can you live without?

16. You been involved in fundraising and caring for people living with AIDS. What drives you to volunteer?

The drive comes from my mother. She was my hero. She wasn afraid to talk to anybody. She was such a giving person. That what taught me to help people.
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ISHPEMING TWP., MI H. Charles Brown, 82, of 1705 Ellsworth Street, Ishpeming, died peacefully with his family by his side on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at UP Health Systems Marquette.

He was born in Ishpeming to the late Martha (Korpi) and Howard Brown in West Ishpeming, graduated from Ishpeming High School in 1955, and married Carol (Koski) Brown in 1956.

Charlie worked as a skilled carpenter and millwright through Local 2464 and then for Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company (Empire Mine) where he spent most of his career as a Plant Repairman. He retired in 1995 with 31 years of service. In addition to building and fixing things, Charlie loved to play cribbage, go to his camp on Casey Lake, cruise around in his Chevy pickup and attend Church on Sunday. Charlie was an active member of Bethel Lutheran Church, Ishpeming, Negaunee Masonic Lodge, the Ahmed Temple Shrine and Scottish Rite. He cherished his family and always said they were his biggest blessing.

He is survived by his loving wife, Carol; daughters Kim (Dale) Alanko of Marquette, and Connie (David) Kangas of Negaunee; grandsons, Erik (Anna) Alanko of Wausau, WI, Luke (Becky) Abendroth of Ishpeming, Tanner (Rachel) Alanko of Kimberly, WI and granddaughter Nicole (Keith) O of Negaunee; step grand children Shae and Brandon Kangas of Ishpeming, as well as his beloved great grandchildren Kurt and Charlotte O Finley, Gustie and Levi Alanko and step great grandson Matt Duhame. His sister Karen Brown Marietti, and sisters and brothers in law Jerry Koski, Joyce Koski, Roland (Barb) Koski, Bruce (Joni) Koski, Diane (James) Carlson, and many dear nieces, nephews and cousins also survive him.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his mother and father in law, Leonard and Elsie Koski, son in law Kurt Abendroth, sisters and brothers in law Kenneth (Joyce Ann) Koski, Nancy (Ed) Crowder, Shirley (Malcolm) Nelson, and Terry Koski, and his special uncle and aunt Lawrence and Ruth Korpi.

Pallbearers will be Dale Alanko, David Kangas, Erik Alanko, Luke Abendroth, Tanner Alanko and Keith O family will greet relatives and friends from 11:00 AM 1:00 PM on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at the Bethel Lutheran Church, 333 E. Ridge St., Ishpeming. A Masonic Memorial Service will be held at Noon. Funeral services will follow at 1:00 PM with the Rev. Lauri O. Maki to officiate.

A luncheon will follow in the church hall. Internment will take place at the Ishpeming Cemetery.

The family wishes to thank the wonderful doctors, nurses and nursing support staff of UP Health Systems Bell and Marquette for the kind and compassionate care provided Charlie during his brief stay.
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For the past 40 years, it been held on land owned by Yaddo, just down the street from Saratoga Race Course. However, the artist retreat put the horse show on notice last year that the 2017 show would be the last there. Organizers thought they had a deal worked out to hold it on the grounds of the Saratoga Casino Hotel this year, but that deal fell through.

“It really a big loss for Operation Adopt A Soldier, because we really depend on the monies that come in, the donations from the horse show,” said Cliff Seguin, founder of Adopt A Soldier.

Wellspring, the Saratoga Springs based non profit that helps victims of domestic violence and sexual assault is another of the dozens of charities that benefit from the horse show.

“The funds that we got helped support our survivor services and our prevention programs, so we will be looking for other sources to fill that need,” said Maggie Fronk, Wellspring executive director.

Fueston says organizers are searching for a venue for 2019 and says Lake Placid has interest in hosting it, but he says the Saratoga Horse Show belongs in Saratoga.
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The uniqueness of the car apparently sparked the memory of one of the officers, said Waco police Sgt. Patrick Swanton.

“One of the officers remembered that same vehicle description involved in another incident of the same type that occurred earlier in the year,” said Swanton.

Dove was given a Class C ticket for indecent exposure for a similar incident in late January after a man driving a car with the same vehicle description exposed himself to a young woman working the drive thru window at the Dairy Queen in the 1400 block of North New Road, Swanton said.

In the May incident, the manager of Chick fil A was able to obtain the license plate number, and later surveillance video.

After checking the plate, officers made contact with suspect who admitted to being at the Chick fil A and having a white bag in his lap, but denied exposing himself, the affidavit states.

“They went back out to the house and determined it was him again, made a report, and detectives were able to get a warrant for indecent exposure,” said Swanton.

A warrant was issued for Dove’s arrest on Tuesday after the victim was able pick Dove out of a lineup, according to the affidavit.

“The victim also reported that the suspect had done this at the Chic fil A on multiple occasions,” the affidavit says.

Swanton said this was a good example of citizens and police working together.

“We’re fortunate that one of the officers had realized this guy had done this before and apparently didn’t learn his lesson the first time,” said Swanton.

“That’s good police work, being able to remember things that occurred that far back, recognizing he did this again.”

“It just goes to show when the community and police work together, we can put these kind of offenders in jail, and obviously this guy needed to go to jail because his behavior is absolutely inappropriate,” he said.

Records show Dove graduated from Baylor Law School in 1977 and is a former partner of a prestigious Waco law firm.

Although he’s retired, according to the State Bar of Texas, Dove is still licensed to practice law.

Officials confirmed, Dove was on the original Board of Directors of the Baylor Bear Foundation, which assists in volunteer fundraising for the athletic department.
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A 12 year old girl was charged with negligence Thursday after a gun she brought to a Los Angeles middle school accidentally fired, leaving four other children wounded, a police spokesman said.

Los Angeles Police spokesman Josh Rubenstein says the girl has been booked on a charge of negligent discharge of a firearm on school grounds. Her name was not released.

He says she was sobbing and kept repeating, didn mean it. He says she told him that the gun was in her backpack and that it accidentally went off when she dropped the bag. It’s unclear why the girl brought the gun to school. at Salvador B. Castro Middle School just west of the city downtown, police said.

One of the injured students, a 15 year old boy, was in stable condition with a gunshot wound to the head. A 15 year old girl hit by a bullet in the wrist was in fair condition, according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott.

The other victims have been released from the hospital.

TV footage showed a dark haired girl wearing a sweatshirt being led out of the school in handcuffs.

Steven Zipperman, chief of the Los Angeles Unified School Police Department, said a weapon had been recovered.

School shootings by girls are rare. One of the most well known cases was Brenda Spencer, who targeted Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego in 1979. The 16 year old killed a principal and a custodian and injured eight children. When asked about her motivation, she reportedly said don like Mondays. The school has about 365 students in grades 6 through 8. Most students are Hispanic and many are from low income families.

The shooting comes a little more than a week after a 15 year old boy was arrested on murder charges after police said he killed two and wounded more than a dozen others in a shooting spree at a rural Kentucky high school.

While school shootings are always alarming, James Alan Fox, a professor of criminology, law and public policy at Northeastern University says schools are, by and large, safe. “They been safe for a long time,” he says. “They remain safe.”

Research shows that school shootings’ frequency and body count have dropped over the past 20 plus years. Young people, he notes, are far more likely to die off school grounds in a homicide, a fall, a firearm accident, a drowning or even while riding a bicycle than they are in a school attack.

Researching a Fox found that in the years from 1999 to 2013, homicides, bicycle accidents, firearm accidents, falls and swimming pool drownings accounted for 31,827 of the total 32,464 reported deaths. Deaths in school shootings numbered 154, or less than 0.5%.
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Officials said Jerry L. Brooks Jr. Marshal Fugitive Task Force in the 3900 block of Ladbroke Court in Richmond. He has been charged with aggravated malicious wounding and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

The shooting prompted a lockdown at Southpark Mall after two men got into an altercation and one shot was fired inside the PacSun store, according to police. officials said all stores were back open except PacSun.

Police determined through investigation that the shooting was an isolated incident.

Brooks is currently being held at Riverside Regional Jail without bond and will appear in Colonial Heights General District Court on Monday.

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“The guy who got shot, if I am not mistaken, he punched the guy who shot at him,” she said. “And then he pulled his gun and loaded it and shot at the guy.”

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Reports of the shooting sparked numerous social media posts and calls to the WTVR CBS 6 newsroom fearing an active shooter situation at the mall.

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Crews were also sent out to Wigton at 12.40pm to reports of flooding in West Street. Traffic management has been put in place while they use a main pump and hose to drain the water.

Since 8:20am this morning the county’s fire and rescue service has dealt with more than 30 flood related incidents.

“Since midday the number of incidents has increased and CFRS have deployed several fire appliances to deal with flooding and in a few cases they have rescued people from cars trapped in floodwater.

“At this time CFRS are still dealing with five flood related incidents.

“This morning the majority of flood related incidents were located in the south of Cumbria. There is still one ongoing incident in Ambleside area.

“However, the other ongoing flood related incidents are now located in the west of Cumbria, namely Aspatria, Keswick and Egremont.”

The Environment Agency has issued 14 flood alerts and four warnings, the second highest level, for Cumbria.

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Between 50 and 70mm of rain is forecast for today. A yellow wind and rain warning has been issued by the Met Office.

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Supt Kennerley also urged people to stay safe.

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“Allow a little bit more time and just keep it slow. Please don’t drive through flood water as that can put you and responders in danger.”

A Cumbria Police spokesman said: “Roads across the county are being effected by the ongoing rainfall.

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A car has also also been pictured getting stuck in flood water in Seaton.

People parked on the car park near to the Recreation Ground on Whitehaven’s Coach Road have been rushing to move their cars, which have been swamped with water.

A major road into and out of Workington was one of the early victims as heavy rainfall batters the county.

Water was washing across the A596 at Castle Gardens, with vehicles being forced to approach carefully and some veering onto the other side of the road to avoid driving through it.
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