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Topic - May
A jury in Opelika has convicted an Auburn man of shooting repeatedly into a van at a community college, killing his mother-in-law and wounding his estranged wife.
Testimony shows a man on trial in a deadly community college shooting in Opelika told investigators he meant to kill.
A Red Lake Tribal Council member who was known as a champion for treaty rights was found shot dead over the weekend, and a woman who was at the scene was arrested on domestic violence and assault charges, authorities said Wednesday.
A man charged with killing his mother-in-law and shooting his wife and her grandmother outside a community college opened fire as his 4-year-old daughter sat with the women in a minivan, riddling the van with gunfire, police said Thursday.
The rest will destroyed later, he said.
"I could feel my swing was getting away from me," he said. "I wasn't hitting it the way I normally do. I didn't make many bogeys, so I kind of won that one by just not beating myself. But at the PGA Championship, I hit some great shots and I hit some really poor shots and I just never ever got into a flow where I played well for 18 holes."