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Friday May 5th, 2023 evening edition

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One or more shooters opened fire on a child playing in the front yard of a Kansas home, killing him, authorities said.

The attack Wednesday evening in Kansas City, Kansas, when it was still daylight, doesn't appear to have been a "random act," police Maj. Violeta Magee told reporters at the scene.

Police didn't release the name or age of the child but family member identified the victim as 6-year-old Sir'Antonio Brown, CBS affiliate KCTV reported.

KCK police are asking anyone with information about the suspects who shot and killed 6-year-old Sir’Antonio Brown to call 816-474-TIPS.

He was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead, Magee said.

"Somebody knows who did this," Police Deputy Chief George Sims told KCTV.

Just hours before the deadly shooting, Sir was in kindergarten class at West Park Elementary School, the station reported. »

Man Arrested After Opening Heroin, Cocaine, and Meth Store in Canada

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The Vancouver man who opened a store selling heroin, meth, cocaine, and MDMA was arrested less than 24 hours after launching the business.

Jerry Martin opened The Drugs Store, a mobile shop, in the Downtown Eastside Wednesday, a neighbourhood that’s been ravaged by the overdose epidemic.

Vancouver police said Thursday they arrested a man for drug trafficking “in connection with an illicit drug dispensary that began operating yesterday in the Downtown Eastside.”. »

Atari Announces Acquisition of M Network Atari 2600 Titles and Related Trademarks

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“M Network represents a unique moment in Atari’s early history, and this acquisition expands the Atari 2600 catalog in a meaningful way,” said Atari CEO Wade Rosen.

M Network was a video game division within Mattel that produced games for the Atari 2600 video game system during the 1980s.

©2023 Atari Interactive, Inc. Atari wordmark and logo are trademarks owned by Atari Interactive, Inc. Press Contact. »

Clarence Thomas' wife Ginni was paid nearly $100,000 for 'consulting' by a nonprofit that ended up filing an amicus brief to the Supreme Court: report

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Conservative lawyer Leonard Leo reportedly ensured Ginni Thomas' name was kept off the paperwork.

The nonprofit that was billed filed an amicus brief before the Supreme Court that same year.

Representatives for Ginni Thomas and the Supreme Court, did not immediately respond to Insider's requests for comment sent outside regular business hours. »

Prigozhin: Wagner will leave Bakhmut on May 10 due to lack of ammunition

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The Wagner mercenary group will leave Bakhmut on May 10 due to lack of ammunition, founder Yevgeny Prigozhin said in a video published online by his press service on May 5.

According to Prigozhin, Wagner's offensive resources ended in April, and as a result, their losses "are growing exponentially every day.".

"I am withdrawing Wagner units from Bakhmut because, in the absence of ammunition, they are doomed to a senseless death," Prigozhin said, adding that the Bakhmut offensive will be handed over to the Russian Defense Ministry. »