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10/1/2010 3 8 21 28 52 43 4
10/5/2010 10 19 24 37 44 27 4
10/8/2010 24 29 37 48 50 19 4
10/12/2010 10 31 36 37 43 15 4
10/15/2010 9 10 13 31 50 10 4
10/19/2010 2 9 14 37 42 41 4
10/22/2010 2 7 18 32 53 18 4
10/26/2010 15 21 30 31 32 26 4
10/29/2010 4 19 26 28 39 14 4
11/2/2010 1 3 12 16 54 46 2
11/5/2010 19 25 34 46 53 15 4
11/9/2010 8 26 28 33 53 11 4
11/12/2010 9 26 28 35 38 10 4
11/16/2010 1 26 27 39 46 21 3
11/19/2010 7 14 31 51 54 35 2
11/23/2010 2 6 12 34 35 33 4
11/26/2010 5 9 34 43 47 8 2
11/30/2010 11 16 19 47 53 2 4
12/3/2010 6 11 12 18 56 12 3
12/7/2010 4 38 45 53 54 9 4
12/10/2010 23 27 33 44 46 36 4
12/14/2010 18 22 25 31 38 29 3
12/17/2010 11 20 26 46 53 12 4
12/21/2010 8 11 12 31 32 29 4
12/24/2010 15 16 27 40 52 16 4
12/28/2010 6 18 36 40 49 7 4
12/31/2010 10 12 13 35 56 9 4
1/4/2011 4 8 15 25 47 42 4
1/7/2011 4 22 42 46 53 20 2
1/11/2011 1 4 11 16 45 37 4
1/14/2011 2 15 17 33 35 8 2
1/18/2011 4 27 29 38 45 5 4
1/21/2011 5 9 21 35 38 20 4
1/25/2011 5 8 31 46 50 4 4
1/28/2011 14 33 48 49 50 18 4
2/1/2011 16 22 23 26 35 31 4
2/4/2011 6 20 29 48 55 6 4
2/8/2011 25 35 36 47 48 18 2
2/11/2011 8 9 17 32 34 13 2
2/15/2011 17 18 24 35 39 18 4
2/18/2011 5 6 7 30 45 42 3
2/22/2011 15 22 23 48 55 31 4
2/25/2011 4 5 17 19 50 7 4
3/1/2011 1 12 19 20 47 25 3
3/4/2011 8 10 15 23 41 7 4
3/8/2011 3 17 19 41 55 24 4
3/11/2011 14 19 21 42 45 6 2
3/15/2011 10 11 12 28 43 45 4
3/18/2011 14 33 34 54 56 37 4
3/22/2011 1 14 35 50 53 43 4
3/25/2011 22 24 31 52 54 4 4
3/29/2011 6 15 23 34 38 43 4
4/1/2011 13 14 35 36 53 19 3
4/5/2011 1 19 20 31 36 9 2
4/8/2011 6 40 45 50 56 11 3
4/12/2011 10 23 39 41 45 15 2
4/15/2011 22 23 33 39 48 29 3
4/19/2011 20 24 32 45 51 43 4
4/22/2011 3 18 46 51 53 17 3
4/26/2011 19 29 32 38 55 15 3
4/29/2011 9 10 11 33 51 29 4
5/3/2011 1 16 29 36 50 16 2
5/6/2011 6 18 26 37 41 9 3
5/10/2011 11 16 34 40 51 34 4
5/13/2011 3 33 39 47 53 9 4
5/17/2011 1 2 17 25 48 45 4
5/20/2011 10 17 19 45 48 30 4
5/24/2011 9 12 21 42 43 42 3
5/27/2011 5 7 14 28 56 10 4
5/31/2011 28 30 31 37 55 13 3
6/3/2011 20 23 41 49 53 31 3
6/7/2011 29 32 35 47 52 13 4
6/10/2011 18 21 27 37 38 7 3
6/14/2011 9 10 20 51 53 24 4
6/17/2011 12 29 46 47 51 24 4
6/21/2011 11 24 25 31 46 17 3
6/24/2011 10 14 40 49 51 4 3
6/28/2011 12 17 27 47 48 33 4
7/1/2011 12 17 30 35 47 26 4
7/5/2011 1 10 13 18 46 19 2
7/8/2011 1 2 22 37 50 45 3
7/12/2011 3 9 11 44 49 9 4
7/15/2011 16 29 30 46 56 6 3
7/19/2011 2 9 10 16 35 40 4
7/22/2011 23 31 32 39 56 38 4
7/26/2011 20 25 35 52 55 10 3
7/29/2011 8 10 22 47 48 35 4
8/2/2011 14 17 19 20 32 28 4
8/5/2011 6 24 28 33 42 19 3
8/9/2011 11 19 39 45 54 15 4
8/12/2011 9 43 51 54 55 13 4
8/16/2011 4 38 41 42 43 44 4
8/19/2011 5 15 53 54 56 22 2
8/23/2011 11 21 44 48 49 23 3
8/26/2011 2 3 27 30 47 36 3
8/30/2011 2 22 25 28 50 18 4
9/2/2011 25 44 48 49 55 20 3
9/6/2011 1 36 38 42 49 19 4
9/9/2011 7 12 19 23 31 45 4
9/13/2011 22 31 43 48 56 45 4
9/16/2011 6 23 41 45 56 24 4
9/20/2011 6 29 38 50 51 39 4
9/23/2011 21 27 32 40 52 36 4
9/27/2011 2 20 28 36 45 37 4
9/30/2011 3 19 21 44 45 29 4
10/4/2011 3 26 40 45 52 11 3
10/7/2011 5 15 19 23 38 19 4
10/11/2011 25 34 38 44 56 27 4
10/14/2011 13 35 42 45 54 26 4
10/18/2011 24 25 45 47 53 42 2
10/21/2011 6 21 35 37 38 17 3
10/25/2011 13 33 40 44 46 8 4
10/28/2011 13 31 49 52 56 41 4
11/1/2011 27 31 39 40 46 36 3
11/4/2011 26 30 32 33 44 1 4
11/8/2011 5 31 45 47 54 4 4
11/11/2011 2 16 22 29 50 27 4
11/15/2011 3 6 24 30 33 21 4
11/18/2011 4 13 33 39 55 3 4
11/22/2011 4 16 23 33 48 38 2
11/25/2011 22 28 42 49 54 43 3
11/29/2011 17 29 43 48 52 36 4
12/2/2011 24 30 48 51 56 45 4
12/6/2011 7 21 29 35 49 39 4
12/9/2011 4 12 29 49 51 44 4
12/13/2011 5 6 22 26 41 6 4
12/16/2011 2 4 26 36 39 27 3
12/20/2011 20 24 27 45 51 31 4
12/23/2011 3 5 8 18 29 14 4
12/27/2011 23 32 33 39 43 8 3
12/30/2011 4 24 45 46 52 1 4
1/3/2012 2 3 15 22 36 23 2
1/6/2012 9 17 28 34 48 46 2
1/10/2012 4 10 16 38 48 34 3
1/13/2012 10 27 28 37 51 19 3
1/17/2012 3 15 31 36 53 27 2
1/20/2012 1 9 28 38 47 8 2
1/24/2012 10 22 24 36 49 33 4
1/27/2012 3 5 30 36 48 23 4
1/31/2012 9 17 18 28 43 9 3
2/3/2012 7 19 21 49 53 35 4
2/7/2012 17 23 30 37 45 4 4
2/10/2012 3 4 18 29 50 20 4
2/14/2012 3 5 10 26 27 27 2
2/17/2012 16 25 28 32 40 3 3
2/21/2012 9 30 39 42 47 37 3
2/24/2012 1 16 18 25 27 3 4
2/28/2012 6 15 29 39 51 36 3
3/2/2012 16 29 48 52 54 5 2
3/6/2012 20 24 31 33 36 44 4
3/9/2012 9 10 27 36 42 11 4
3/13/2012 2 8 30 36 48 31 3
3/16/2012 28 29 43 51 53 7 3
3/20/2012 1 4 6 11 14 30 4
3/23/2012 6 17 19 20 21 20 4
3/27/2012 9 19 34 44 51 24 3
3/30/2012 2 4 23 38 46 23 3
4/3/2012 11 35 38 41 52 40 4
4/6/2012 2 19 20 24 33 39 4
4/10/2012 2 6 12 31 48 25 4
4/13/2012 9 14 17 36 42 33 4
4/17/2012 1 16 24 32 48 2 4
4/20/2012 14 23 26 33 35 40 3
4/24/2012 3 9 15 37 38 39 4
4/27/2012 2 5 45 46 47 37 4
5/1/2012 24 27 31 45 52 38 4
5/4/2012 4 11 21 42 53 38 4
5/8/2012 2 6 8 18 51 19 3
5/11/2012 3 15 29 35 54 8 4
5/15/2012 10 11 12 14 24 6 4
5/18/2012 3 11 22 34 49 1 4
5/22/2012 10 14 35 43 52 16 2
5/25/2012 9 15 21 40 54 11 4
5/29/2012 2 14 29 53 55 31 3
6/1/2012 2 27 38 46 52 45 3
6/5/2012 37 39 42 53 55 22 3
6/8/2012 4 9 34 40 48 25 3
6/12/2012 2 9 17 34 50 45 4
6/15/2012 8 12 18 30 40 4 3
6/19/2012 11 21 27 30 53 11 2
6/22/2012 10 16 19 32 36 13 3
6/26/2012 3 16 23 35 36 20 4
6/29/2012 28 34 39 45 53 34 4
7/3/2012 3 4 24 36 52 45 4
7/6/2012 20 23 28 35 39 21 3
7/10/2012 3 11 19 23 36 21 4
7/13/2012 6 7 13 24 46 34 2
7/17/2012 1 13 21 49 55 17 4
7/20/2012 2 44 48 50 52 3 3
7/24/2012 5 9 38 46 51 5 4
7/27/2012 2 3 4 8 43 26 3
7/31/2012 5 18 21 29 41 37 3
8/3/2012 2 10 13 38 46 2 3
8/7/2012 30 32 33 42 48 7 4
8/10/2012 10 18 36 38 44 8 4
8/14/2012 15 23 34 39 55 32 4
8/17/2012 8 20 24 35 56 24 3
8/21/2012 5 13 20 23 33 30 2
8/24/2012 25 34 45 46 49 34 2
8/28/2012 4 9 40 45 50 39 4
8/31/2012 31 40 41 47 48 45 3
9/4/2012 16 32 39 41 53 16 3
9/7/2012 15 32 38 42 46 31 4
9/11/2012 5 11 20 33 36 11 3
9/14/2012 16 17 21 40 51 20 4
9/18/2012 5 9 22 36 49 36 3
9/21/2012 3 13 14 46 55 34 4
9/25/2012 7 8 23 50 51 26 3
9/28/2012 6 8 14 43 56 28 4
10/2/2012 10 11 20 42 55 9 4
10/5/2012 8 9 16 32 39 15 3
10/9/2012 6 15 16 22 37 3 4
10/12/2012 6 10 24 26 42 15 4
10/16/2012 13 37 40 46 52 29 4
10/19/2012 14 34 36 48 53 42 3
10/23/2012 1 17 42 46 55 1 2
10/26/2012 4 15 24 36 40 44 2
10/30/2012 5 12 18 29 56 38 4
11/2/2012 4 18 22 38 44 24 3
11/6/2012 3 5 13 32 35 6 3
11/9/2012 18 22 33 35 40 11 4
11/13/2012 6 12 31 46 56 34 2
11/16/2012 5 24 26 29 53 36 4
11/20/2012 9 13 22 38 52 44 4
11/23/2012 8 37 44 47 48 27 4
11/27/2012 5 12 26 42 49 24 4
11/30/2012 11 22 24 28 31 46 3
12/4/2012 3 19 24 32 43 44 4
12/7/2012 7 43 44 51 56 4 3
12/11/2012 39 44 51 52 54 13 4
12/14/2012 11 28 33 41 43 41 4
12/18/2012 1 6 7 18 29 16 3
12/21/2012 3 18 32 41 56 19 3
12/25/2012 2 3 18 34 48 36 4
12/28/2012 10 13 32 40 41 32 4
1/1/2013 4 11 21 25 44 29 4
1/4/2013 1 2 23 25 55 39 4
1/8/2013 3 20 21 38 42 19 4
1/11/2013 24 29 30 34 56 1 4
1/15/2013 1 6 12 19 41 14 4
1/18/2013 8 18 25 42 49 14 3
1/22/2013 7 11 16 39 54 13 3
1/25/2013 11 12 17 31 48 1 4
1/29/2013 8 12 27 46 47 6 3
2/1/2013 1 30 32 40 41 17 3
2/5/2013 2 5 10 26 44 46 4
2/8/2013 6 15 20 39 50 5 4
2/12/2013 9 22 32 38 55 44 3
2/15/2013 11 35 41 42 44 42 4
2/19/2013 1 15 19 30 56 28 3
2/22/2013 9 13 24 38 49 30 3
2/26/2013 6 7 13 15 43 7 4
3/1/2013 17 30 38 43 51 20 4
3/5/2013 6 20 39 41 46 42 3
3/8/2013 4 11 25 34 35 44 4
3/12/2013 9 12 19 20 30 39 4
3/15/2013 4 8 17 22 32 8 2
3/19/2013 3 6 14 21 37 35 3
3/22/2013 14 27 34 37 41 38 4
3/26/2013 20 33 46 49 51 46 4
3/29/2013 25 31 36 46 53 21 4
4/2/2013 7 10 14 40 47 34 4
4/5/2013 8 15 23 36 41 5 3
4/9/2013 17 30 41 48 54 13 4
4/12/2013 1 10 13 19 21 28 3
4/16/2013 2 5 15 18 39 42 2
4/19/2013 6 8 12 22 43 28 4
4/23/2013 9 21 22 32 50 10 3
4/26/2013 17 42 49 54 55 31 4
4/30/2013 21 30 34 39 49 43 3
5/3/2013 2 20 34 42 54 39 2
5/7/2013 1 6 13 20 51 31 4
5/10/2013 1 19 20 39 49 28 4
5/14/2013 6 10 12 28 32 38 4
5/17/2013 11 15 35 43 49 41 4
5/21/2013 2 15 17 48 55 11 4
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6/25/2013 3 5 28 33 51 16 2
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7/2/2013 36 42 51 52 53 40 4
7/5/2013 2 23 41 47 54 42 4
7/9/2013 3 21 43 45 48 14 2
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  • Christina Aguilera delivered a tribute to the late Whitney Houston that only a vocalist of her caliber could do. >> Read more trending news At Sunday night’s American Music Awards, Aguilera celebrated the 25th anniversary of Houston’s blockbuster movie “The Bodyguard” and it’s top-selling soundtrack. Related: Christina Aguilera to pay tribute to Whitney Houston, ‘The Bodyguard’ at AMAs Beginning her set in a black pantsuit and a singular spotlight, Aguilera sang the a capella opening of “I Will Always Love You,” transitioning to the big note before going into “I Have Nothing,” followed by “Run to You,” a song Houston herself has praised Aguilera for singing. Related: Christina Aguilera to pay tribute to Whitney Houston, ‘The Bodyguard’ at AMAs Assisted by a choir, Aguilera ended her tribute with “I’m Every Woman” recieving a standing ovation. Watch a clip of the performance below.
  • Congressional Republicans left Capitol Hill late last week excited about the prospects for sweeping legislation which would deliver tax cuts and tax reform, as with approval of a House tax bill, the focus has shifted to the Senate, and whether GOP leaders can muster the needed votes to approve a slightly different GOP tax measure after Thanksgiving. “This bill gives Americans more take home pay by cutting taxes and preserving deductions for home mortgage interest and charitable contributions,” said Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) – while he’s on board, only a handful of GOP Senators are expected to determine the fate of this legislation. Here’s where things stand on Capitol Hill: 1. Remember, there is more to do than tax reform. Yes, Republicans want to get tax reform done by the end of the year. But there are other measures which will need attention as well after the Thanksgiving break. For example, the Children’s Health Insurance program needs to be reauthorized, and has been in limbo since October 1. A temporary federal budget runs out on December 8, and there still hasn’t been a deal announced on how much Congress will decide to spend on the discretionary budget, which is what funds pretty much everything outside of mandatory spending items like Social Security and Medicare. There had been talk earlier this year of a possible government shutdown showdown, but that seems unlikely right now, because it would really get in the way of GOP efforts on tax reform. House Speaker Paul Ryan still wants all that spending work – a giant omnibus funding bill – done by the end of the year. House Speaker Ryan: Don't intend on stopgap government funding into next year. — DailyFX Team Live (@DailyFXTeam) November 14, 2017 2. A rush of spending seems likely. In order to get a deal on the discretionary budget for 2018, it’s expected there will be a sizeable increase in defense spending in any final spending deal for next year – President Trump had asked for $54 billion in extra military funding, but there’s no sign of any budget cuts to immediately offset the cost of that. Not only is that extra money likely to be approved, but a third hurricane disaster relief bill seems likely to be voted on by Congress in December as well. The latest White House request was for $44 billion, much less than what Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico have asked for in terms of hurricane aid. That would make total aid close to $100 billion just this year. In the latest disaster aid plan, the White House for the first time is seeking offsetting budget cuts to pay for some of that extra spending. The plan unveiled last Friday has $14 billion in cuts now, and another $44 billion in cuts later – later, as in between 2025 and 2027, after President Trump is gone from the Oval Office. White House wants $44 billion in hurricane relief, offers some cuts now, more in 2025-2027 https://t.co/wg7ggSUI0C — Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) November 17, 2017 3. Some Senators to watch on tax reform. When lawmakers return to legislative sessions the week of November 27, the main political game on Capitol Hill will be figuring out where everyone stands on the GOP tax reform bill in the Senate. This is a similar scenario to what went on with Republicans on health care reform, and many of the same players are involved. On the bubble right now would be Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), and Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ). Also, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has said he wants major changes on how small businesses and pass through businesses are dealt with. Don’t count the bill out yet, but there is a lot of work to do. And one thing is for sure – someone will be watching them very closely. Republican Senators are working very hard to get Tax Cuts and Tax Reform approved. Hopefully it will not be long and they do not want to disappoint the American public! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2017 4. Some items you probably won’t see in 2017. One item that won’t be acted on this year is an infrastructure bill. President Donald Trump has talked about his grand $1 trillion infrastructure program since the 2016 campaign, but at this point, there is still no detailed plan, and there is no bill in the Congress. On immigration, there’s still lots of talk about wheeling and dealing on DACA and border security, but I’m not sure there’s the political will to do that. Don’t look for funding for the border wall, but instead for something that sounds like border security, but isn’t the wall. With tax reform dominating the agenda, don’t look for anything on DACA until 2018. DACA: 3 whole months left to come up w/something. Of course there is also Thanksgiving; Christmas: New Years; etc…..no pressure. — David Gee (@CurtG345) November 18, 2017 5. One issue that has disappeared – the deficit. It used to be that Republicans were all about reigning in spending, and cutting the size of government. Now that they have had control of the House, Senate and White House, they are poised to, to, to, do nothing in 2017 on that front. The budget doesn’t balance for at least ten years (if not more), there were no major spending cuts enacted by the Congress, there was no appetite for savings in mandatory spending programs, either. The cuts included in the President’s budget have pretty much been ignored by lawmakers, and it took the White House three disaster aid bills before any offsetting budget cuts were proposed. Meanwhile, the yearly federal deficit is trending back up, and with the disaster relief bills, and an increase in the federal budget caps, there will be more red ink in 2018. Only a few Republicans have stuck with their familiar call for budget discipline. Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.) on adding $1.5 trillion to the deficit: “If this was a Democratic bill we wouldn’t even be voting for it. That’s how hypocritical this place has become.” https://t.co/H5FduNppVH — MainStream Coalition (@ksmainstream) November 17, 2017
  • The 45th American Music Awards ceremony is set for Sunday in Los Angeles, and if the past is any indication, you can expect a night with a few surprising moments.  Remember Garth Brooks declining the award, or the time Pat Boone dressed in leather? Yeah, it’s likely to be that kind of night. The show will be broadcast live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Here’s what you need to know about the show. What time: The show begins at 8 p.m. ET What channel: The AMAs will be broadcast live on ABC. Who is hosting: Tracee Ellis Ross, star of “black-ish,” is hosting. What about a pre-show: What would a music awards show be without a pre-show? AJ Gibson, Marc Malkin, Laura Marano and Oliver Trevena will host the official pre-show, “AMAs Red Carpet Live presented by Security Benefit.” The two-hour pre-show will stream live from the Microsoft Theater beginning at 6 p.m. ET. You can watch the show on Twitter. Find it here. live.twitter.com/amas or via @AMAs. You can also watch “E! Live from the Red Carpet” from 6-8 p.m. ET. on the E! Network. Who has the most nominations: Bruno Mars has the most nominations this year – eight. Who is nominated for Artist of the Year: The Chainsmokers, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Bruno Mars and Ed Sheeran are up for the award. Who is up for Video of the Year: Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ('Despacito'), Bruno Mars ('That's What I Like') and Ed Sheeran ('Shape of You') are the nominees. For a complete list of nominees, click here. Who is performing: Here is a list of those scheduled to perform: Alessia Cara Alesso BTS Christina Aguilera  Kelly Clarkson  Florida Georgia Line Niall Horan Selena Gomez Imagine Dragons Lady Gaga Nick Jonas Khalid Demi Lovato  Shawn Mendes P!nk Portugal. The Man Diana Ross Hailee Steinfeld watt Zedd Anything special: Diana Ross, mother of host Tracee Ellis Ross, is both performing and receiving a lifetime achievement award.
  • In an address on state television Sunday, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe  defied expectations he would resign, Reuters reported. The 93-year-old, who has led the country since it gained independence in 1980 from Great Britain, pledged to preside over a ZANU-PF congress next month even though the ruling party had removed him as its leader hours earlier. >> Read more trending news ZANU-PF had given Mugabe less than 24 hours to quit as head of state or face impeachment, Reuters reported.  During his address on state television, Mugabe acknowledged criticism against him from ZANU-PF, the military and the public, but did not speak about resigning, Reuters reported. Earlier, Mugabe was replaced as party leader by Emmerson Mnangagwa, the deputy he fired this month,  Reuters reported.“He has been expelled,” one of the delegates said. “Mnangagwa is our new leader.” Mugabe’s wife, Grace, who had harbored ambitions of succeeding the 93-year-old leader, was also expelled from the party, Reuters reported.
  • Its been another violent weekend in the river city as JSO is investigating multiple shootings.  The first reported shooting happened on the Southside. Police were called out to Belfort Rd. and Dickie Dr. around 1:45 Saturday afternoon, and JSO says when they arrived they could not find any victims. Police say they learned through witnesses that two victims left the scene. After another call came in for police and they went to St. Vincent’s Hospital South and found a woman and man with injuries. JSO says the woman drove the man to the hospital after the incident near Belfort Rd. Police say witnesses saw several men in their mid-20’s beating up the male victim in a neighbor’s front yard. After the beating, police say the suspects left and the male victim got into a car with the female victim. Police say that’s when another car drive up and shot multiple times into the victim’s car before driving away north on Belfort Rd.  Police say the man had life-threatening injuries and the woman had non-life-threatening injuries.    Then later Saturday JSO was called out around 9pm to Columbus Ave, on the Northside, after getting reports that 2 people there were shot. Police say when they got to the scene they found a 26-year-old white woman dead in the road and a 29-year-old white man with life-threating injuries.  JSO says at this point they don’t know exactly what happened that led to the shooting and they don’t have any information on any suspect or suspects. Police say they are looking through the area for evidence.  Early Sunday morning JSO were then called out to Melanie Ave, on the Northside, after getting a call that 2 people were shot. Police say the incident happened around 12:45 in the morning. Police say when they got to the scene they found a white man dead on the porch. After they searched the home they found another victim, this one was a 16-year-old white female and police say she had life threatening injuries. Police say she was taken to the hospital.  Police say the victims, and a suspect they knew, were involved in an argument which escalated. JSO says the suspect, a black man, shot the victims then left the area. Police are interviewing witnesses, trying to identify the suspect.   At around 3:15 Sunday morning police were called out to an incident on I-95 northbound near the Union St. exit about a car crash with a man inside who was dead from a gunshot wound. The victim in this incident has been identified as 25-year-old Steven Shawn Grady. Police say he is from Castle Hayne, North Carolina. According to JSO there were 2 other people in the car, and those 2 are being questioned by police. Police say this shooting is not being investigated as a random act of violence by a stranger.  Police are asking if you have any information on the shootings to give them a call at 904-630-0500. 

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