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Alden Woods The Republic | azcentral.com Published 8:16 p.m. UTC May 22, 2018 SANTA FE, Texas – The school scared them now. One terrible day had passed since the shooting, but Reagyn Murphy and Kalysta Dodson had to return to collect the purses and car keys they’d left inside. The best friends, both sophomores at Santa Fe High School, boarded a short yellow bus and rode through their shattered small town. Nobody on the bus spoke. Ten students stared through hazy windows that framed their town's panic. They passed the flashing lights and plastic flowers, the memorials that had appeared in the day since a gunman opened fire, killing eight students and two teachers. Murphy and Dodson dreaded the sight of their school, fearing the tears that would surely come. The drive through small-town Santa Fe was short. Before they were ready, the bus turned off Highway 6, pulling them into the parking lot that still held cars of … [Read more...] about Santa Fe High’s disastrous year: From devastating floods to tragic school shooting
If you’re one of the three people who read my previous blogs, you’ll know that my quest for sobriety has generally been a success. Life is better in almost every way, and it probably remains my proudest achievement. But it hasn’t all been plain sailing, and staying sober in an alcohol-infused world has served up many challenges. ‘Five years ago me’ would have loved to have known what these challenges were, so I’ve decided to share some of the main lessons I’ve learned along the way. I hope I can help some people in a similar boat. 1. Some people don’t (or won’t) get it In the films, everyone knows the problem drinker has a problem - any denial and resistance usually comes from the drinker him or herself. When they do give up drinking, their decision is greeted with support and sympathy from friends – hugs, tears, apologies, heart to hearts, cups of tea, digestive biscuits etc. etc. But my experience has been slightly … [Read more...] about What I Have Learned Five Years Sober
Produced by Josh Yager and Tom Seligson When Marsha Brantley, 50, of Cleveland, Tenn., suddenly vanished in 2009, her husband Donnie eventually became a suspect in her murder. But was Marsha even dead? The case was unusual from the start because for months after Marsha disappeared, nobody reported her missing – not her friends, her family or even her husband. No one took much notice until her hairdresser, Kelly DeLude, worried about a missed appointment and started asking questions. "I felt compelled to find out what happened to her," DeLude tells "48 Hours correspondent Peter Van Sant. "I wasn't trying to be a detective. I was trying to be a concerned friend." DeLude eventually called police, and investigators later picked up the case. The investigation was full of seeming contradictions from the start. Donnie Brantley claimed he hadn't reported Marsha missing because she had left him. Then, police say he lied repeatedly about where she had gone and what she'd … [Read more...] about Was a missing Tennessee woman murdered or did she willingly disappear?
Antonio D’Amico was sipping coffee on the veranda close to the entrance of his Miami Beach home when he heard the shots. It was around 9am and his boyfriend of 15 years legendary fashion designer Gianni Versace had briefly left the couple's Ocean Drive home to buy a newspaper at a nearby cafe. Usually, Versace would have an assistant walk to the coffee shop to receive his morning papers, but on this morning he was in high spirits and took the chore upon himself. He was putting the key in the door lock when he was shot twice at point blank range, once in the face and once in his neck behind the left ear. “I felt as if my blood had turned to ice,” Antonio said . He and Versace’s butler went outside to investigate. “The house had stained glass windows so we couldn’t see what had happened from inside, so we had to open the gate. "I saw Gianni lying on the steps, with blood around him. At that point, everything went dark. I was pulled away, I didn’t … [Read more...] about How serial killer who murdered Versace on his own doorstep was finally caught