Top News Headlines: Oklahoma Manhunt Continues
More headlines: No official all-clear in Virginia; 53 reported dead in Syria Saturday; MLB pitcher could break record.
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BY NATHAN BYRNE
ANCHOR BLAKE HANSON
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The FBI and federal marshals have joined a manhunt in Oklahoma.
Tulsa police say five people were shot in four separate shootings.
Here’s CNN .
“Three of the five died from their injuries. Tulsa police say the shootings may have been hate crimes, since all the victims were black and the shooter is described as a white man.”
Rescue crews say they’ve cleared the list of everyone who lives in the apartment hit by a Navy jet in Virginia Friday.
Fox News reports.
REPORTER: “Everyone has been accounted for, but authorities right now are not yet certain that there are no fatalities.”
TIM RILEY, BATTALION CHIEF: “We can’t give a 100 percent all-clear, because we don’t know if there’s been guests, or family members, or that.”
Opposition forces are reporting 53 deaths from fighting in Syria Saturday.
Euronews has details.
“On the streets of Homs, the Free Syrian Army with what they claim are government-hired thugs. ... Both the government and opposition groups have accused each other of intensifying assaults in the run-up to next week’s United Nations-backed cease-fire.”
Colorado Rockies starter Jamie Moyer could make Major League Baseball history against the Houston Astros Saturday night by becoming the oldest pitcher to win a game.
CBS reports — Moyer’s been looking forward to the comeback opportunity.
REPORTER: “After losing last season to an elbow injury that required reconstructive surgery, all Moyer wanted was another chance.”
JAMIE MOYER: “Give me an opportunity. ... Allow me to get better. And you just never know what can happen.”
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