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A somber tribute to Arnold Palmer as Masters begins

BY DOUG FERGUSON AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — The Masters began Thursday with two ceremonial tee shots and one empty chair. In a somber tribute to Arnold Palmer, who died in September, Augusta National chairman Billy Payne escorted Palmer’s widow to the first tee for the honorary start. Payne also carried Palmer’s green jacket and draped it over a chair where Palmer had sat last April. This is the first Masters without the King since 1954. “The almost unbearable sadness we feel at the passing of Arnold is surpassed only by the love and affection for him that will always...

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Mexican Officials Deny Shooting at McAllen Couple

MCALLEN (KFXV) — We have an update to a story we reported on yesterday, on two MCALLEN residents who were injured in Reynosa during a shootout between federal officials and armed criminals. According to Mexican news outlets, Luis Alfredo Aleman and his wife, Alejandra Aleman were injured while shopping. Both are now back in the United States. Fox News spoke to family members who declined an on-camera interview, and said although Alejandra did sustain minor injuries, she is mostly frightened by the situation. Her husband is currently in San Antonio receiving treatment for his extensive injuries. The Mexican marines...

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2 US citizens allegedly shot by Mexican Armed Forces in Reynosa

Several Mexican Outlets reporting two US citizens were shot by Mexican Armed Forces. The shooting taking place this afternoon and the Border City of Reynosa Tamaulipas where couple was allegedly shot by Mexican Navy officials. This is the vehicle that several Mexican Outlets are reporting the MCALLEN couple was traveling in when they were accidentally shot at by Armed Forces Reports indicating it was around 3 o’clock when confrontation between the officers and criminals was happening near Rosalinda Guerrero Avenue and where 39-year-old Alfredo Aleman and his wife, Alejandra Aleman were accidentally shot by Navy officials. According to the...

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Public memorial service to honor Fisher and Reynolds

BY ANTHONY MCCARTNEY LOS ANGELES (AP) — Stars and fans will gather Saturday for a public memorial to honor late actresses Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher nearly three months after their deaths. The ceremony honoring the lives of the mother-daughter duo will be held at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills, the storied cemetery that is their final resting place. People will be granted attendance at the event on a first-come, first-served basis, and it will be live-streamed on www.debbiereynolds.com beginning at 1 p.m. Pacific. The ceremony is slated to feature music by James Blunt and “Star Wars” composer John Williams and...

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