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      Chapter/Conference Positions   05/08/2016

      With the new transfer process, old Chapter/Conference information are now listed in a database file. http://bksrc.org/map/home/ @terry Contact  with your information can add it. Thanks.

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  4. The Mandalay Bay security guard who sparked national interest after disappearing from the public spotlight surfaced this week on Ellen DeGeneres’ show, revealing new details about the moments before Stephen Paddock began his massacre in Las Vegas. View the full article
  5. An Australian woman who stabbed and killed her grandfather, claimed that the show ‘American Horror Story’ inspired her crime, The New York Times reported. View the full article
  6. Jerry Sandusky lost a bid Wednesday for a new trial and a chance to convince a jury he is innocent of the child sexual abuse charges that landed him a decadeslong prison sentence. View the full article
  7. The man believed to have killed three people in a "targeted attack" near a Maryland business is also suspected in a later shooting in Delaware, as the police dragnet to catch him intensified Wednesday across three states. View the full article
  8. Attorney General Jeff Sessions sparred with Sen. Dick Durbin Wednesday over Chicago’s murder rate, raising the issue of federal funding potentially being cut amid the city’s resistance to the Trump administration’s immigration policies. View the full article
  9. The Latest on Jerry Sandusky losing an appeal in which he sought a new trial (all times local): 1:25 p.m. Pennsylvania's attorney general says prosecutors have "achieved justice" for Jerry Sandusky's victims and are confident Sandusky's convictions will stand. View the full article
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  11. With the opioid crises growing across the United States, the fight over what to do about it has landed in a Seattle courtroom. View the full article
  12. The bipartisan Alexander-Murray health care deal has "stalled out" without the support of President Donald Trump, Sen. John Thune, the third-ranking Senate Republican, said Wednesday. View the full article
  13. A US private aviation contractor conducted evacuations of US and Nigerien troops after they were ambushed on October 4 in Niger, according to US Africa Command spokesperson Robyn Mack. Mack said that US private contractor Berry Aviation was "on alert during the incident and conducted casualty evacuation and transport for US and partner forces." View the full article
  14. A community advocate from Michigan has been ordered not to attend open casket funerals as part of a plea deal reached in a theft case. View the full article
  15. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders on Wednesday blasted Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson's criticism of the president’s call to a fallen soldier's widow as "appalling and disgusting," even as the congresswoman stood by her account. View the full article
  16. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Wednesday there is no recording of President Donald Trump's call with Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, who was among the four soldiers killed in Niger. View the full article
  17. Edward Howard Bell, who is up for parole this fall, claims to have killed 11 girls – in different areas of Texas – referring to them in an interview as the “11 that went to heaven.” View the full article
  18. Matthew James Phelps, 28, of Raleigh, NC, claimed he killed his wife in a cough syrup-induced stupor, and an autopsy report determined the woman had 123 stab and cut wounds on her body. View the full article
  19. The Global Association of International Sports Federations granted observer status to the International Federation of (Match) Poker, the International Pole Sports Federation and the World Armwrestling Federation along with the organizing bodies for four other non-traditional sports – the first step toward joining the Olympic program. View the full article
  20. The Latest on the trial of a man charged with plotting to behead a conservative blogger on behalf of the Islamic State group (all times local): 3:40 p.m. Federal officials say the conviction of a Massachusetts man charged with plotting to behead a conservative blogger who organized a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest is a victory for America in its fight against terrorism. View the full article
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