Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been charged with using a weapon of mass destruction against persons and property at the Boston Marathon.
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One dead in early morning shooting
City, county and state police are trying to piece together the events that left one person dead. According to police documents those events began around 2:13 a.m. Friday morning when they received a call of a shooting in the 2200 block of Oak Grove Road
One dead after shooting
Police remain on the scene of an early morning shooting that left one person dead. Washington City Police say they received a complaint of a male subject being shot and that the victim was later pronounced dead at Daviess Community Hospital.
17-year-old killed in shooting in Washington
A 17-year-old male has been killed in a shooting in the City of Washington during the overnight hours.
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- Vikings down Hatchets in season opener The traditional start to the high school basketball season opened at the Hatchet House on Wednesday. The No.1 Class A Barr-Reeve Vikings used a double-digit rebounding advantage and the athleticism of senior Micah Bullock to post a 53-42 win over the
- Governor Pence tours tornado damage While residents in Washington scrambled to pick up the pieces of a terrifying tornado Governor Mike Pence came in to survey the damage and hear their stories. Washington was one of the stops on a tour of damage around the state created by a supercell
- Businesses hit hard near W. National Highway Many businesses on the west side of Washington were heavily damaged after a tornado swept through the area Sunday afternoon around 3:30. Crackers Powersports, 400 W. National Highway, sustained severe damage to its entire building. The entire rear
- Ways to help those in need Ways to help those in need BY Lindsay Owens Times Herald Several organizations have offered to assist people in need after a tornado swept through the west side of Washington wrecking havoc on homes and businesses. The Kingdom Life Church, locate
- In harm's way Sycamore Street in Washington looked like a war zone. A tornado swept across the west side of town leaving a path of destruction and frightened people in its wake.The storm blew through the city turning a quiet Sunday afternoon into a time of terror.
Tornado rips through Washington
Sycamore Street in Washington looked like a war zone. A tornado swept across the west side of town leaving a path of destruction and frightened people in its wake. The storm blew through town turning a quiet Sunday afternoon into a few minutes of terror.
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