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Police say a loaded shotgun found by kids playing at an elementary school is linked to gang activity. Children attending a city summer camp at Santa Rosa's Lincoln Elementary School on West Ninth Street found the shotgun while searching for marbles. A police spokesman said the weapon is likely a ...

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Congressman Mike Thompson Discusses What is Being Done for Andrew Tahmooressi

Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi #MarineHeldinMexico has been waiting for justice in a Mexican jail for over 100 days now. He was an active duty Marine from San Diego, who served in Afghanistan, who accidentally made a wrong turn into the toll gates at the Mexican border. He told the authorities he had his pesonal weapons in the back, and that's when the nightmare began. His plight has been largely ignored by the media, and by public officials. Congressman Mike Thompson joins us this morning to discuss what is being done for the marine.

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Posted 7/25/2014 8:46:00 AM

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