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Friday April 21st, 2023 morning edition

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Charges against Alec Baldwin have been dropped in the fatal on-set "Rust" shooting, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Baldwin already waived his right to appear at the preliminary hearing.

Gun enhancement charges filed in the case against both Baldwin and Gutierrez-Reed were dropped in late February.

Halls, who handed the Colt .45 revolver to Baldwin prior to the shooting, was charged with negligent use of a deadly weapon.

We therefore will be dismissing the involuntary manslaughter charges against Mr. Baldwin to conduct further investigation," they said.

"This decision does not absolve Mr. Baldwin of criminal culpability and charges may be refiled.

The production returned with the original producers and principal cast, including Baldwin. »

1,000-year-old canoe recovered from N.C. lake moves Waccamaw tribe members to tears

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As It Happens 6:29 1,000-year-old canoe recovered from N.C. lake moves Waccamaw tribe members to tears.

Jacobs is the chief of the Waccamaw Siouan Tribe in southeastern North Carolina, where a team of archaeologists and tribe members and local residents recently pulled a 1,000-year-old canoe from the water.

Waccamaw Siouan Tribe chief Michael Jacobs says removing the canoe from the lake was an emotional moment for him and other members of his tribe. »

Lauren Boebert told drag queens to stay out of her district. They came & everyone had a good time.

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Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) poses in front of a bunch of guns because she thinks it makes her look tough Photo: Screenshot.

To say that Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) does not like drag queens would be an understatement.

Sending a message to all the drag queens out there: stay away from the children in Colorado’s Third District! — Rep. Lauren Boebert (@RepBoebert) August 18, 2022. »

Celebrity Cruise Ship Kept Corpse in Drink Cooler, Lawsuit Says

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"Knowing their husband and father was callously and casually left in a beverage cooler, stripping him of his dignity in the sacred time just after his passing," the family's lawsuit states, "the ideas and mental images will surely never leave the memory of the plaintiffs.

"Filed in Florida's Southern District federal court on behalf of the man's wife, two daughters, and three grandchildren, the lawsuit demands at least a million dollars in damages.

The family members are Florida residents, with the exception of one granddaughter, who is from Texas. »