Shooting in OKC leaves man in hospital

Originally posted on KFOR.com:

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OKLAHOMA CITY — A shooting on Oklahoma City’s southwest side leaves one man in the hospital in critical condition. It happened at an apartment complex near S.W. 74th and May.

The victim was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. His hat left behind on the ground marked the spot where police found the man shot in the head.

Several neighbors heard the single shot. After those neighbors came outside to investigate, they found a man standing over the victim with a gun still in hand.

“This dude said my bro is dead and he took off with his car,” said Beth Baldwin.

“My aunt stuck her head out and saw another black guy who said my bro got shot. He was holding a gun and ran and jumped into the car and left,” said neighbor Ashley Robertson.

Friends and neighbors identified the victim as 25-year-old Suave Stacker…

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Courtney & Gabe | Bloomington, IN Engagement Photographer J.L.CustomPhotos L.L.C. Jessica Green Photography

Originally posted on J.L.CustomPhotos L.L.C.:

Meet Courtney and Gabe, only two of the coolest people I know!
Courtney and Gabe met in college while at Indiana University. Courtney met my husband at IU and they became friends through a mutual friend. When Courtney started dating Gabe, she took him on a date (cute right :)). The date that Courtney took him on was to the Indiana Pacers game. My husband, Justin, works for the Pacers (this will be his 13th season) as the head of the away locker room. He gave Courtney and Gabe tickets to a game…. and the rest is history!
So right after Gabe proposed with a GORGEOUS, HUGE solitaire, Courtney emailed me and told me the story about how my husband was a reason why her and Gabe started dating and that she HAD to have me as their photographer; I was flabbergasted and so excited.
So the first time I…

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That time for dressing all posh and stuff…

Originally posted on lucyrblemon:

I thought this blog could be about around moments of my life and I thought that my year 11 prom could be one of those!

During May, I had my school prom at The Essex Golf and Country club. I arrived with my two best friends in a Vintage car that we had hired for the occasion!

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My dress was from Coast and I fell in love with it straight away! I had originally said for year that I will NEVER wear black to a prom year 11 or year 13. Well that failed! Originally my sister had found the dress while she was shopping with my mum when I was working. But I don’t mind, I love how the dress looked and, to use my mum’s expression, “the way it is a timeless dress and could be used again and again and never go out of fashion”. Which I…

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Stevie May

Originally posted on Find Football Player:

_62561982_stevie_may Stevie May (born 2 November 1992) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays for Scottish Premiership side St. Johnstone. May has previously spent time at Alloa Athletic and Hamilton Academical on loan.

Club career

St. Johnstone - A member of St. Johnstone’s youth squad. Aged 16 May made his first team debut on 11 May 2009 as a substitute against Airdrie United in the Scottish First Division scoring his first senior goal. In 2009 he signed a contract extension extending his stay with the club until 2012.

May had to wait another season for his next appearance coming on as a substitute on 13 November 2010 against Hearts in the Scottish Premier League. With his first start coming on 26 January 2011 against Motherwell. He scored two goals on 1 February 2011 in their 2–0 win over Hamilton. In all he made 22 appearances that season

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Week 14 – Wearing Tropical Dresses for Charity – surely that’s cheating?

Originally posted on My Charity Case:

A varied week – lots of digital engagements from applying to be an e-mentor to tweeting George Osbourne. My favourite bit, and thus this weeks feature, was wearing it loud for local deaf charity the Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education.

  • Monday 6 May – Submitted an application to become a mentor for online social enterprise Horsemouth.
  • Tuesday 7 May – Signed up to Wear it Loud for the Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education and donated £2 (+ gift aid) as part of the campaign ask.
  • Wednesday 8 May – On the request of a fellow Cancer Research UK Ambassador, I voted for Pseudomyxoma Survivor in the Direct Debit run scheme ‘the Big Break’, more specifically in their ‘100 good causes’ campaign (more information about the scheme can be found here).
  • Thursday 9 May – As part of a big push for the IF campaign, those…

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We’re so Merican

Originally posted on Becoming a Girly Girl:

How many of you love America as much as I do?

Since I’m sure that everyone reading is raising their hands now I will move on to question number two. How many of you Americans like Nascar? Vroom vroom.

Back in May, Zandi and I got our “Merican” on by attending the Nascar Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway and we did it in style.

976867_10151423612674499_1206260928_oA week or so before the race, I was sitting around my apartment one evening trying to figure out what I wanted to do for my birthday. If you didn’t know it’s on May 21. Write that down if you want to get me a present next year ;)

Anyway my question was answered when I got a call from Zandi asking me if I wanted to go to the race. Some members of her family had a suite at the speedway and told…

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