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Ray Liotta's Sudden Death Leaves Fans and Industry Shocked, Grieving

Iconic actor Ray Liotta has died at the age of 67 and both his fans and the industry are shocked and grieving. Liotta was the star of Goodfellas, Field of Dreams, Hannibal, Shades of Blue, The Many Saints of Newark, Blow, and so many other works of film, TV, stage – even video games (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City). His passing came suddenly and without warning; he reportedly died in his sleep while filming his latest movie in the Dominican Republic.
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Black Enterprise

Husband Of Uvalde Teacher Killed, Dies of Heart Attack After Grieving

As if the tragedy in Uvalde wasn’t traumatic enough, after a shooter stormed fourth-graders at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, and killed 19 kids and two teachers including Irma Garcia, now TMZ is reporting that her husband has died too. John Martinez, Garcia’s nephew, posted this message,. “EXTREMELY...

Grieving Husband of Teacher Killed in Texas School Shooting Dies

The husband of Irma Garcia, one of the teachers killed in Tuesday's gruesome mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, has died. Joe Garcia, 50, suffered a "medical emergency" on Thursday, just two days after the massacre at Robb Elementary School, where 19 children and two teachers, including his wife, Irma, were fatally shot.
UVALDE, TX
St. Louis American

Grieving families seeks ban on ‘no-knock raids,’ police chases

Gina Torres escorted her son to his graduation on Monday. Missing was her oldest son, Isaiah Hammett, who was killed during a “no-knock raid” by the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department in 2017. “Yesterday, I had to go to my son's graduation,” and he didn’t have his big...
SAINT LOUIS, MO
localmemphis.com

Ride of Tears prepares to travel to Texas in support of grieving parents

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Texas elementary school shooting this week has left parents heartbroken. It's urged the Memphis group Ride of Tears to travel to Texas to show solidarity with parents reeling from the deaths of their children. It's also bringing to mind the pain of losing a loved one to gun violence in Memphis.
MEMPHIS, TN
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