Kirby’s Augusta – Ghosts Among Us – The Mystery of the Ezekiel Harris House



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For years Augustans believed the Harris House was the famous Mackay Trading Post or White House. It had a reputation as the place where hangings took place and other violent acts. But, as Bill Kirby tells us…this mystery needs to be examined.

Recreational Marijuana, Paid Family Leave Among 2018’s New Laws | NBC Nightly News



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The new year brings a host of state laws that take effect starting January 1, from making marijuana more accessible in California to requiring paid family leave in New York.
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A Bridge Among Walls: Sr. Norma Pimentel, M.J.



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Sister Norma is executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, the charitable arm of the Catholic Diocese of Brownsville. The University of Notre Dame is honoring her with the 2018 Laetare Medal. Established at Notre Dame in 1883, the Laetare Medal was conceived as an American counterpart of the Golden Rose, a papal honor that antedates the 11th century. Past recipients include President John F. Kennedy, Catholic Worker founder Dorothy Day, novelist Walker Percy, former vice president Joe Biden and former speaker of the House John Boehner. It is considered the most prestigious honor given to an American Catholic.

Walk Among Us “Skulls” at The Brass Rail in Fort Wayne,Indiana 10/13/17



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In the first spot of the night we have the only punk rock piano Misfits tribute band in the world,ladies and gents I give you Walk Among Us.Also playing on this stacked show was Mummula,The Jasons & The Lurking Corpses.This took place on Friday the 13th 2017 at The Brass Rail in Fort Wayne Indiana.

2013 12 01 Toledo Ohio building 250k homes among urban decay



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Originally posted on YouTube by EconCat88.

EconCat88’s channel appears to no longer be active and all videos are unavailable for unknown reasons. His content provided a unique view of the effects of the housing bubble of the late 00’s and also important historical context of the “Great Recession”.

Exploring with Among The Unknown 3: St. Peter and Paul Church & School



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Saint Paul Cathedral, aka St. Peter and Paul Church, is an abandoned Catholic church built in
1891. 1997, it became abandoned. We couldn’t
find that much information on the church.

(We found out the school behind the church isn’t Larimer, its actually St. Peter & Paul School)

*Please take note of the sentences shown at the bottom of the video during scenes.*

Location: Pittsburgh, PA

Seattle Among Cities Rocked by Homeless Crisis



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As the West Coast’s economy booms and more people move to the area, the number of homeless people has spiked to crisis levels. The Associated Press found that the number of homeless people is now 168,000 in California, Oregon and Washington. (Nov. 6)

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SC Senator Among the Victims of Charleston Church Shooting



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Nine people are dead after a shooting Wednesday night at a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, in an attack officials describe as a “hate crime.”
The pastor of the the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal church, a popular State Senator, was among the victims.
Clementa Pinckney, 41, is a well-known leader in the community and civil rights advocate.
The police have yet to formally confirm the identity of the other victims, but Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen said six women and three men were killed. Charleston Mayor Joe Riley said, “The only reason someone would walk into a church and shoot people that were praying is out of hate.” He described the scene as “the most heartbreaking … I have ever witnessed in my life.”

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South Carolina State Senator Among Dead in Charleston Church Shooting



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South Carolina state senator and Church’s pastor was among the nine shot inside a Charleston church. 41-year-old Reverend Clementa Pinckney was leading a study session Wednesday evening at the Emanuel AME church when a young white man opened fired on the group. Pinckney was a married man and father of two. He was known as a civil rights leader who was elected to the state house at age 23, making him the youngest member of the House at the time. Authorities labeled the shooting a hate crime and according to police, Eight of the nine victims died inside the church. The ninth died later at a nearby hospital. Police have not identified any of the six women or three men who died in the bloodbath, but friends named Pinckney as one of the victims. Authorities are in the hunt for the shooter, but the FBI identified the suspect as 21 year old Dylann Roof.

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