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Journalism S-100 Proseminar in Journalism: Writing and Reporting. Instructor: Angelia Herrin June 26, 2008. Please go to. Class Stories. The Basic Ingredients. Who What Where When Why/How. Because. Readers make up their minds in 2.7 seconds Readers are busy
Instructor: Angelia Herrin
June 26, 2008
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A 13 year-old-girl shot and slightly wounded her father with a BB gun after he hit her mother on the head with a frying pan Saturday night, according to the Pasco County Sheriff\'s Office.
St. Petersburg Times
A small boat that capsized in high winds and waves on Star Lake near the Rutland County line caused the death of two boaters and injuries to a third.
High winds and waves on Star Lake
near the Rutland County line caused a small boat to capsize Sunday, Killing two boaters and injuring a third.
Brown University has expelled a student for shouting racial epithets during a pep rally last month, violating the anti-harassment rule the university enacted to combat racism on campus.
It is the first time that a Brown student has been expelled for such a violation
Emma and Alfred Mitchell are surrounded by broken beer bottles, crumbling cigarette packages and other rubbish. But even when trespassers start grass fires, the couple never complains.
The ordinance, though to be the first of its kind in the nation….
University officials agreed to raise tuition by $100 Monday.
University officials agreed Monday to raise tuition by $100.
A plan to build a $300 million pop art museum funded by Andy Warhol has met opposition from Mayor John Allen.
“There’s no way that I am going to allow a silly marble building on City land,” Allen said yesterday. “He is an idiot.”
A fire in Cambridge caused $45,000 in damages to a two-bedroom home in the 2300 block of Main Street. Fire officials said the fire was started by a lighted cigarette on a sofa. Firefighters arrived a the house at 3:30 a.m. and found it on fire. They had the blaze under control in five minutes. The homeowner, Kathy Mahoney was awakened by the smoke and flames. She suffered minor burns on her hands and feet. This information came from Cambridge fire officials.
This information comes from police. Police said John Smith’s tears may have saved him. Smith is 13. He was walking in the 2700 block of Broadway about 5:25 p.m. in Cambridge when a car containing four people pulled up. The driver had a blue semi automatic handgun and demanded the boy’s Red Sox jacket. The boy started crying. The driver said, “Never mind,” and the car left. No one was hurt and no arrests were made.
Information came from police in Santa Anna, Calif. A Santa Ana woman was charged with attempted murder yesterday. She was being held in the Orange County Jail after being unable to pose $250,000 bond. Police said the woman, June Carter, 71, doused her husband, who was confined to a wheelchair and had cancer, with rubbing alcohol and set him on fire. Police said she was angry because he ate her chocolate Easter bunny. She called paramedics six hours after the attack. Paul Carter, 62, was taken to the Irvine Burn Center with third-degree burns, police said.