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Topic - Jessica Moore
Atlanta Thrashers fans are planning to take advantage of possibly their last opportunity to demonstrate support for the NHL to remain in Atlanta.
Police didn't have to look far to find the man they say sprayed gunfire at a crowded weekend party, killing a Seton Hall University student and wounding four other people.
Friends, teachers and fellow students remembered a Seton Hall University student as strong and selfless, hours after she was fatally shot at an off-campus apartment by a gunman who also wounded four others after he was denied access to a party.
Military officials say an investigation is under way after two U.S. Navy helicopters dipped temporarily into the waters of Lake Tahoe, before righting themselves and landing at a nearby airport.
Thrashers fan club member Jessica Moore said Atlanta fans who showed their discontent by staying away from games hurt the city's chances to keep the team.
Moore said she hopes it is not too late for fans to make an impact.