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US & Canada · Uvalde

Texas shooting: 18 children and teacher killed in primary school shooting

44% Center coverage: 268 sources
Fourteen students and a teacher are dead after a shooting at Robb Elementary School. The 18-year-old suspect, a student at Uvalde High School, is also dead, he said. The suspect also allegedly shot his grandmother before entering the school and again opening fire.See the Story
Europe · Mariupol'

200 bodies found in Mariupol as war rages in Ukraine’s east

51% Center coverage: 85 sources
Biden calls for greater Indo-Pacific leadership in the effort to stop Russian aggression. Donald Trump hopes to avoid embarrassment in the Georgia governor's race. U.S. births bumped up last year, but the number of babies born was still lower than before the coronavirus pandemic.See the Story
US & Canada · Little Rock

Sarah Huckabee Sanders wins GOP primary for Arkansas governor

44% Center coverage: 81 sources
Sanders defeated podcaster Doc Washburn of Little Rock to win the nomination. Sanders is the former press secretary for former President Donald Trump. She is the daughter of former Republican Gov. Mike Huckabee, who served from July 1996-2007. Sanders will vie with the winner of the Democratic nomination and Libertarian candidate Ricky Dale Harrington Jr. in the Nov. 8 general election.See the Story
US & Canada · Atlanta

U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene wins GOP primary in Georgia

38% Left coverage: 42 sources
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene defeated five challengers Tuesday in a GOP primary race. Greene, 47, became a celebrity of the Republican Party's far-right fringe with her election two years ago. She will face the winner of a three-way Democratic primary in northwest Georgia's 14th District in November.See the Story
Republican Party

Attorney General Steve Marshall wins Republican nomination

83% Center coverage: 6 sources
Marshall had nearly 90 percent of the votes as of 10 p.m. Tuesday, with half of the expected votes having been counted. Harry Bartlett Still III, an attorney from Daphne, qualified to run for the Republican nomination against Marshall. Still campaigned on reforming the state's law enforcement agencies.See the Story
US & Canada

Letter to the editor: DLI program in jeopardy

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Paxson Elementary School's Spanish Language Dual Immersion Program is under review for substantial reduction since November 2021. A panel discussion is scheduled for May 25, but its agenda and content have been withheld from us. Administrators plan to make a decision on the future of the program by the end of this year.See the Story
Arkansas · Arkansas

Wendy Wood declares victory in Arkansas Court of Appeals race after Judge Stephanie Casady concedes

Coverage: 2 sources
Wendy Wood, a clerk for retiring judge Larry Vaught, defeated Saline County District Judge Stephanie Casady in a closely contested race. The race was too close to call on Tuesday night with the vote leader changing several times as returns came in. Three other judges also ran unopposed for seats on the Arkansas Court of Appeals.See the Story
Asa Hutchinson

OPINION | JOHN BRUMMETT: Asa tries a little nuance

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Asa Hutchinson, a conservative Republican, is running for governor of Arkansas. John Avlon: Hutchinson's position on abortion goes back 36 years. He says Hutchinson is trying to fashion a post-Trump conservatism of pragmatic problem-solving. Avlon says Hutchinson will find himself in the same kind of hostility that had him cutting short a news conference.See the Story

Lawyers who won Huntsville school Freedom of Information Act case request $13,912.50 in attorneys’ fees

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Lawyers who won a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit want the defendant to pay them $13,912.50. The case involved sexual assault allegations among boys on the junior high school basketball team. Joey McCutchen and Stephen Napurano worked 55.65 hours on the case.See the Story

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