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  • More details emerge on background of Missouri shooter

    Police tape surrounds one of the crime scenes where Joseph Aldridge killed seven people in Tyrone, MissouriBy Kevin Murphy KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Reuters) - Authorities continued to search for answers on Saturday in the murders of seven people in a small Missouri town as details emerged of the alleged shooter's criminal background and local media reported the identities of another three victims. Joseph Aldridge, 36, embarked on a shooting rampage late on Thursday in Tyrone, Missouri, killing seven relatives and neighbors before fatally shooting himself, police said. Aldridge had drug issues. Aldridge went to several houses during his rampage and most of the victims were found in their bedrooms, according Texas County Coroner Tom Whittaker.


  • Storm leads to 1,000 canceled flights in Texas as more snow heads east

    A morning commuter carries an umbrella as she passes by the NYSE during a winter storm in New YorkBy Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) - Stormy weather coated parts of Texas and Oklahoma with ice on Saturday, canceling nearly 1,000 flights at the Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport, while more snow headed toward the already winter-weary Midwest and Northeast. Meteorologists said a storm moving east across the plains will bring a wide swath of 1-3 inches of snow into the Midwest, including Illinois and Kentucky, on Saturday night. Snow was already falling Saturday afternoon in areas that do not usually see it, such as Arkansas and Oklahoma, said Alan Reppert, senior meteorologist for Accuweather.com. Snow and freezing rain overnight made roads treacherous in the Dallas area on Saturday morning, but conditions were improving in the afternoon as temperatures rose, according to NWS meteorologist Jamie Gudmestad.


  • House passes one-week funding extension for Homeland Security

    Boehner walks to the House floor for procedural votes for legislation to fund the Department of Homeland Security at the Capitol in WashingtonWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives passed a one-week funding extension for the Department of Homeland Security late on Friday, in time to avert a partial shutdown for the agency at midnight. The two-thirds majority vote, which came with support from Democrats a few hours after the House failed to pass a three-week extension, buys time for Congress to sort out a longer-term funding solution for the domestic security agency. (Reporting By David Lawder; Editing by Doina Chiacu)


  • Thousands protest Wisconsin right-to-work bill at capitol
    By Brendan O'Brien MADISON, Wis. (Reuters) - Wisconsin unions bused in thousands of workers from around the state on Saturday to demonstrate against the impending adoption of a law that would ban private sector workers from being required to join a union or pay dues. The bill, which was approved by the Republican-led state Senate on Wednesday, would make Wisconsin the 25th state to adopt a so-called "right-to-work" law. It is supported by Governor Scott Walker, a potential Republican presidential candidate. William Carroll, a Teamsters business representative from West Bend, called on workers to become more active in their unions.
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