"There's a bullet hole in my child's car seat," Julie Humphrey Vallelunga posted on Facebook last month. "That bullet missed my neck by inches as I sat in my car at the intersection next to their school, waiting to pick them up a few minutes later."

Humphrey Vallelunga saw the shooter a split second before her windshield shattered, but there was nothing she could do. Her children's school, Powell Elementary School in northwest Washington, went into lockdown, as did several other nearby elementary schools.

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A 35-year-old Cadiz woman died Monday after colliding with a semi. 

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Chicken salad contaminated with salmonella bacteria made by an Iowa food processing company and distributed by Fareway Stores has sickened 265 people in eight states and caused one death in Iowa.

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A nonprofit has launched a Tennessee county's first needle exchange program, taking around 100 dirty needles off the streets in a few weeks.

Todd Brassner, a 67-year-old art dealer who died in a fire in Trump Tower over the weekend, had reportedly been trying to sell his 50th-floor apartment there since President Trump was elected, The New York Times reports.

Christian County Sheriff's Department

  The Christian County Sheriff’s Office suffered the loss one of their fully-certified, dual-purpose K9’s on Sunday.

Nicole Erwin | Ohio Valley ReSource

There are more than 2.7 million seniors in the Ohio Valley. As this aging community grows so does a lack of control over many aspects of their lives, from transportation to health care and more. Even something as simple as a pool tournament can raise questions about who calls the shots in a senior’s life.

Marriage ... is what brings us together today. So naturally, we're talking to a divorce lawyer!

"We're raised to look at marriage as this milestone and we keep signing up for it," says James Sexton. "There are very few behaviors that end so badly so frequently that we would just sign up for it with such reckless abandon!"

An apartment fire in President Trump's commercial and residential skyscraper has left one man dead.

Lance Luckey of member station WNYC reports for our Newscast unit:

"Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro says the 50th-floor apartment at Trump Tower in midtown Manhattan was engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived early Saturday evening.

"He says about 200 firefighters battled the blaze, with four suffering minor injuries. A man who was in the apartment was taken to a hospital and later died.

Courtesy of Fort Campbell

Update: Fort Campbell has released the names of the two soldiers killed in a helicopter crash on Friday.