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Travis Kelce donates $100,000 to children shot at Kansas City rally

By Sarah Dewberry and Zoe Sottile, CNN (CNN) — Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce’s foundation has donated $100,000 to victims of the deadly Super Bowl victory parade shooting on Wednesday. According to the GoFundMe page, Kelce, through his Eighty-Seven and Running Foundation, bestowed two $50,000 donations to the Reyes Family on Friday, according to GoFundMe.

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Parents were asked to sign permission forms so their children could participate in a Black History Month activity.

Parents in Miami-Dade County receive permission slips asking if children can participate in Black History Month activity

CNN By Justin Gamble and Chandelis Duster, CNN (CNN) — As a parent, Chuck Walter said he’s used to signing papers that his children bring home from school. But Walter said a recent request from his daughter’s teacher caught him off guard. Earlier this month, Walter was among the parents at Coral Way K-8 Center, a Miami-Dade County

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Woman’s corpse and at least 30 cremated remains found at Denver home after eviction of funeral service operator, police say

By Sarah Moon and Susannah Cullinane, CNN (CNN) — A former funeral service operator is facing multiple charges after a woman’s corpse and the cremated remains of at least 30 people were found at a home in Denver, Colorado, last week, police say. The owners of the house discovered several boxes containing cremated human remains

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Chiefs embrace hurting Kansas City community as shooting investigation continues with 2 teens charged. Here’s what we know

By Ashley R. Williams, CNN (CNN) — Kansas City continued mourning after a mass shooting at the Chiefs Super Bowl victory rally left a mother of two dead and injured more than 20 others – including children – as investigators worked to figure out exactly how the violence unfolded. Authorities on Friday said two teenagers

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Virginia home explodes with fire crews inside, leaving firefighter dead and 13 injured, officials say

By Christal Hayes, Paradise Afshar and Rebekah Riess, CNN (CNN) — A house exploded in Sterling, Virginia, on Friday night as fire crews were inside checking a gas leak, leaving one firefighter dead and at least 13 others injured, including 11 first responders, officials say. The injured first responders and two civilians were hospitalized after

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