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‘LIFE CAN GO BACK TO NORMAL‘ -Residents, authorities glad to see –22-day NY manhunt come to a close the second of two escaped murderers, David Sweat, was captured Sunday near the Canadian border in upstate New York after three weeks on the run.
Greek banks to remain closed— The financial situation in Greece’s continues to get worse. The banks are going to stay closed all this week. The country’s four major banks could run out of money. The country’s four major banks could soon run out of cash. Greece is due to repay almost 2 million to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday, but its not likely they will be able to.
There was a 15 mile long procession honoring the life and service of Hutto police officer Chris Kelley yesterday, going from the Capital Parks funeral home in Pflugerville to St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Hutto. One family from Round Rock carried special flags called the thin blue line. They said ‘It represents the thin blue line between the police officers and the public and the risk that they give every day. When they leave we recognize that they might not come home just like Sgt. Kelley,’