Gunshots Fired at T.I., Young Jeezy Event

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In a scene that’s become all too familiar, gunshots were fired at a promotional party for several hip hop artists. T.I., Young Jeezy and Yo Gotti were unhurt when shots rang out at a club called Label in Charlotte, N.C.

Area police confirmed that gunfire took place at about 7 p.m. Eastern time.

“Two people were injured with gunshot wounds. One person drove themselves to the hospital and one person was transported by ambulance,” said Captain J.D. Thomas, watch commander for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police. “Both are non-life-threatening injuries.”

One victim was female, he added.

Selena Alexander, a reporter for Elite Insiders who was covering the event, told USA Today that she heard the gunfire and ducked, and then the scene turned to chaos. She said that the second the gunshots rang out, the artists were hustled off the stage.

Video of the chaos appeared on Instagram, posted by someone under the name ATLPics.

The show was in connection to the C.I.A.A. basketball tournament.

“Aren’t we too old for this?” tweeted ATLPics.

Outrage as six-year-old boy is forced to eat lunch alone behind a screen after his parents dropped him off late to school

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Reports: Daily Mail

Parents have expressed their outrage at how a six-year-old boy was forced to eat his school lunch alone behind a screen after his parents dropped him off late.

Lincoln Elementary School in Grants Pass, Oregon has been forced to change its tardiness policy after an image of the punishment was shared thousands of times on Facebook – sparking hundreds of complaints.

Missing Florida teacher’s car found submerged in river a month after she vanished following a night out drinking

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Reports: Daily Mail

A car belonging to a missing Florida music teacher has been found submerged in a river more than a month after she vanished following a night out.

Police have said that a body was found inside the car but have not yet confirmed if it belongs to Lisa Hayden-Gordon, CBS reported. The 51-year-old piano instructor went missing after watching a concert with friends on January 24.