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Elizabeth Bruenig, The Washington Post Published 9:17 am PDT, Monday, September 24, 2018 Amber Wyatt got married in March and is completing an undergraduate psychology program at Texas State University. Amber Wyatt got married in March and is completing an undergraduate psychology program at Texas State University. Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Amanda Voisard Amber Wyatt is back in school and married to Stephen Wilson, whom she encountered during her recovery. The couple is seen with their dog, Stitch, in San Marcos, Texas. Amber Wyatt is back in school and married to Stephen Wilson, whom she encountered during her recovery. The couple is seen with their dog, Stitch, in San Marcos, Texas. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Amanda Voisard A ladder leads to the loft of the shed where Amber Wyatt reported she was raped, in a 2006 evidence … [Read more...] about Teen reported 2006 rape. Then nothing happened. In #MeToo era, what do we owe her?
Dan Sewell Associated Press Published 6:12 PM EDT Sep 16, 2018 Cincinnati – Over four decades with The Associated Press, I have many times thrown clothes into a bag, withdrawn a wad of cash, and stuffed my laptop case with notebooks and pens before rushing by car or plane to a terrible event in someone else’s hometown, state or country. Bombings, shootings, floods, fires, tornadoes, coups, even a U.S. military invasion. There are certain images seared into my memory: ■ Heartbreaking security footage of children in the day care of the federal building that would be in ruins after the bombing in Oklahoma City. People wailing and one man’s body wracked with uncontrollable sobs as they returned home after deadly flooding in Falmouth, Kentucky. Taking a rowboat through Hurricane Katrina-flooded New Orleans and seeing a body float by. ■ Mingling among stressed-out family members waiting with Red Cross volunteers for news of loved ones who got trapped in a … [Read more...] about A gunman had opened fire in the Fifth Third Bank in Cincinnati.
As the death toll from Florence grew and hundreds of people were pulled from flooded homes, North Carolina braced for catastrophic, widespread river flooding that could be the next stage of a mounting disaster.Weakened to a tropical depression early Sunday after blowing ashore as a hurricane with 90 mph (145 kph) winds on Friday, Florence was still spinning slowly atop the Carolinas as it pulled warm water from the ocean and hurled it onshore."This storm has never been more dangerous than it is right now," North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said Sunday.The storm's death toll climbed to 16 and included a mother and her infant.How Much Rain Florence May BringThis map shows how much rain is expected to fall within seven days. Parts of North Carolina are forecast to receive more than 20 inches.Forecast as of Sept. 14, 2018 at 4:46 p.m. EDTAbout 740,000 homes and businesses remained without power in the Carolinas, and utilities said some could be out for weeks. There was a total of 1.3 million … [Read more...] about Rivers Rise, Death Toll Swells in the Carolinas as Florence Weakens to Depression
Dan Sewell, Associated Press Updated 9:22 am CDT, Sunday, September 16, 2018 In this Friday, Sept. 14, 2018 photo, Associated Press senior correspondent Dan Sewell poses for a photograph outside the scene of a shooting that occurred the previous week at Fountain Square, in Cincinnati. "Over four decades with The Associated Press, I have many times thrown clothes into a bag, withdrawn a wad of cash, and stuffed my laptop with notebooks and pens before rushing by car or plane to a terrible event in someone else's hometown, state or country," said Sewell. "This time, it was in my town." less In this Friday, Sept. 14, 2018 photo, Associated Press senior correspondent Dan Sewell poses for a photograph outside the scene of a shooting that occurred the previous week at Fountain Square, in Cincinnati. ... more Photo: John Minchillo, AP FILE - In this Sept. 6, 2018, file photo, emergency personnel and police respond … [Read more...] about AP Essay: Violence meets well-traveled reporter in hometown