Jun 11, 2021
Laconia Motorcycle Rally Week To Begin Saturday
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LACONIA, N.H. (CBS) — The Laconia Motorcycle Rally Week begins Saturday. A large turnout is expected for the 98th annual event after it was downsized in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
MassDOT anticipates more than 100,000 motorcyclists will travel through Massachusetts to and from the lakes region in New Hampshire.
“Share the Road, Look Twice for Motorcycles” messages will be appearing on 80 overhead MA DOT highway message boards,
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"He was loved by all": 25-year-old man killed in Austin mass shooting is identified
A 25-year-old man died from his injuries Sunday following a mass shooting on a crowded downtown street in Austin, Texas, that left more than a dozen people injured, police said. Douglas John Kantor, who was hospitalized with critical gunshot wounds following the early Saturday morning shooting, died Sunday at 12:01 p.m., the Austin Police Department said in a statement.Douglas John Kantor Courtesy of Nick Kantor
"He was loved by all who knew him and had an infectious smile that would light up any room," the statement said. "He was loved by his family, friends and everyone who met him. This senseless tragedy has put an end to all his dreams."
Kantor lived in Michigan and worked in the information technology department at Ford Motor Co.
Interim Police Chief Joseph Chacon said the shooting happened around 1:30 a.m. Saturday on a street packed with bars and barricaded off from vehicle traffic. He said investigators believe the shooting began as a dispute between two parties.
Chacon said at least one suspect was arrested. The department provided no other details other than to say it is continuing to follow up on leads for a second suspect who is still at large. An investigation is ongoing.
The mass shooting — one of at least three in the U.S. late Friday or early Saturday — sparked panic along 6th Street, a popular nightlife destination in the city that's home to the University of Texas.