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                                A police officer speaks to a woman outside a Walmart store in Kennesaw, Ga. Police in suburban Atlanta say one person was shot and injured in a shooting near the automotive center at a Walmart store. Investigators said two groups of people had a dispute outside the store in Cobb County and shots were fired.
1 hurt in shooting outside suburban Atlanta Walmart

Investigators said two groups of people had a dispute outside the store in Cobb County and shots were fired, news outlets reported. The person who was shot was taken to a hospital, and information on the extent of the injuries was not immediately available. No other injuries were reported. Read more

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CHESAPEAKE POLICE DEPARTMENT VIA AP
                                This combination of photos provided by the Chesapeake, Va., Police Department shows top row from left, Randy Blevins, Fernando Chavez-Barron, Lorenzo Gamble, and bottom row from left, Tyneka Johnson, Brian Pendleton and Kellie Pyle, who Chesapeake police identified as six victims of a shooting that occurred Tuesday, Nov. 22, at a Walmart store in Chesapeake.
Walmart shooting claims teen, young woman, father, mother

Friends and family described some of the six people killed at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Va., when a manager opened fire with a handgun before an employee meeting Tuesday night. Read more

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                                Jack Rasmusson, chaplain coordinator for the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team, prays with shooting victim James Slaugh at a memorial outside Club Q in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Wednesday. Five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the club Saturday night. Slaugh, who was shot in the arm, lost two of his friends in the attack.
Colorado Springs reckons with past after gay club shooting

Last weekend’s shooting has raised uneasy questions about the lasting legacy of cultural conflicts that caught fire decades ago and gave Colorado Springs a reputation as a cauldron of religion-infused conservatism. Read more


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