El Salvador Death Toll Rises From Torrential Rains, Landslides

4 weeks ago The death toll from torrential rains and landslides in El Salvador has risen to at least 19. The number includes six victims from Friday when two girls and four adults died after being buried in their homes. A weather system along Guatemala’s Pacific coast and another in the Gulf of Mexico developed Tropical Storm Alberto. They have brought saturating rains to southern Mexico and Central America. The Civil Protection authorities of El Salvador issued a red alert and the country’s Congress declared a state of national emergency

Arkansas State Police say a shooter opened fire Friday at a grocery store, killing three people and wounding 10 others. The shooting at the Mad Butcher grocery store in Fordyce has left the store and parked cars riddled with bullet holes. Bystanders ducked for cover both indoors and in the grocery's parking lot. Police shot the suspected shooter, who sustained injuries that were not life-threatening. Two law enforcement officers were among those shot, and neither have life-threatening injuries. Police identified the shooter as 44-year-old Travis Eugene Posey of New Edinburg.