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10958
Teen arrested for making threats against school, AR-15 found in home
9093
U.S. Army Awards Medal of Heroism to Slain Parkland Students
49634
'Kill the NRA' message appears on billboard on Interstate 65 in Louisville
1166
Georgia Senate committee passes anti-LGBTQ adoption bill
3819
Jackson MS locked down after student apparently shoots self
498
Mother of 4 stabbed to death by homeless man she tried to help, family says
402
At Least 7 People Have Been Charged With Copycat Threats Since the Florida School Shooting
2349
San Francisco Spends $30 Million Cleaning Feces, Needles
38885
Teen sentenced to 4 years planning mass shooting at high school in Columbus, Ohio
2920
WV teachers prepping for strike make sure empty classrooms won't mean hungry students
366
Suicide rates spike in Puerto Rico, five months after Maria
2583
China wants US man 'severely punished' after thumb stolen from ancient Terracotta warrior
151
Florida House aide fired after claiming Florida shooting survivors are 'actors'
144
Texas jail guard thanks inmates who helped during heart attack
1120
Mother admits murdering seven-week-old son after poisoning him with anti-depressant
1208
Multiple Louisiana schools are closed today due to online threats.
685
Police: Missing 11-year-old girl met alleged abductor on Minecraft
336
Florida shooting: Military school posthumously admits student
519
U.S. top court rejects challenge to California gun waiting period
477
Mercedes Benz Reported to Use Defeat Device to Pass Diesel Emissions in the US
301
Autopsy: Aztec school shooter had swastika, other writing on body
431
City official asks NRA to consider moving annual convention
611
10 years after Alzheimer's diagnosis, man learns he does not have it
314
Jeff Bezos just revealed video of the massive 10,000 year clock being built inside a Texas mountain
132
School district adds armed officers after Florida school shooting
38251
Tallahassee-area schools to excuse absences for students protesting at state Capitol
3550
After mass shooting, school threats in Miami skyrocket from 1 a week — to 50 a day
101
Montgomery County student who brought gun to school had cache of weapons at home, officials say - Story
3740
NYC rape case highlights loophole that allows police to dodge sex assault charges
72
U.S. is separating immigrant parents and children to discourage others, activists say
63
U.S. Attorney General Sessions forms cyber task force to probe election meddling
153
Walmart profit drops, online sales growth slows in holiday quarter
78
Man dies after car hits pothole, crashes into pole in Detroit
41
Florida Shuts Down Gun Bill
166
New FAA Tapes From The Oregon UFO Incident That Sent F-15s Scrambling Released
103
Hundreds of students walk out of class and are marching to Stoneman Douglas High
38
Security Officer stabbed at a Washington Local School Tuesday
40
A Republic boy said he'd shoot up a school with an AK-47, police say. He's been arrested.
52
‘Making a Murderer’ subject asks for Supreme Court review
37
Erica Parsons case: Parents charged with murder years after N.C. girl vanished
190 Peanutsonly The number just keeps going up. This is unfortunate. My local news said they are opening a criminal investigation.
104 VesperCat Every county in FL opened a special needs shelter for people with medical issues or had medical needs that required electricity (being on oxygen, breathing machines, etc). This is unacceptable.
29 Suckydog I remember summer of 1995, downtown Chicago, hundreds of people died because power outages, this can be a serious problem. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/politics/chi-chicagodays-1995heat-story-story.html I lived in a building that luckily never lost power or had a brown out (there were power outages and brown outs all over the place because of the high demand for electricity.) We had to sublet at the end of summer because we built a home in the suburbs, first person to look at our place said "We'll take it", without looking at the entire apartment. We had the AC cranked up so the breeze hit you as soon as you walked in.
21 ClawOfTheWest What a terrible way to die
25 OneOfALifetime I just want to say it's fucking sickening the amount of people in the thread saying "Oh they were old they were going to die anyways". The sad part is I don't think they are trolls, I really think these people think this way. Really goes to show the true age of Reddit.
5 ohmongod This happened in France one summer not too long ago where a ton of old people died in the summer because of things like this.
19 postonrddt One report said their generator was being used for cooking. A fuse blew in the ac and wouldn't kick on. There are no windows in the is building? Or fans they could put in hallways and open the room doors and windows? Lack of ventilation is a common mistake in high heat and humidity.
4 gutchie remind me not to retire and move to florida
15 mpstar so tragic,, poor people .RIP
3 edflyerssn007 This doesn't even surprise me. Skilled Nursing facilities are usually anything but.
6 CantDanceSober Doubt they had generators available after the power outage.