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Topic - Lane
The Ascension Parish Coroner's Office says the autopsy of a man who drowned last week in Bayou Francois while running from police turned up no evidence that the man had been injured by officers before he went into the water.
A coroner's official says an autopsy on Jani Lane, the former lead singer of the metal rock band Warrant, did not reveal what killed the rocker.
"We've seen in this year, some pretty amazing things by jumping into this partnership and jumping into this big unknown of the MOOC world," said India Lane, UT assistant vice president for academic affairs and student success. "The biggest thing is we have some pretty neat course materials developed for UT students."
He joined Warrant in 1984 and wrote such hits as "Heaven," "Down Boys" and "Cherry Pie."