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8 hurt when car crashes into store


PALM COAST- Authorities said a vehicle smashed through the entrance of a Florida supermarket Saturday, injuring at least eight people. A Flagler County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Debra Johnson said 76-year-old Thelma Wagenhoffer drove her car into the Publix grocery in Palm Coast. Witnesses said the car appeared to be going about 50 miles per hour.


Girl shot by father in critical condition

CLEVELAND - A 10-year-old girl who survived a shooting by her father that killed her sister and mother remains in critical condition in a Cleveland hospital. Kayla Allen was shot in a crowded Cracker Barrel restaurant in suburban Brooklyn on Thursday as her sister celebrated her birthday. A nursing supervisor at MetroHealth System said Saturday that Kayla’s condition remained unchanged. Police said that Kayla’s father, Kevin Allen, came into the diner and shot to death his wife, Katherina Allen, and other daughter, Kerri Allen. He was killed by police.


2 celebrities sought for large tax bills


LOS ANGELES - Pamela Anderson and Lionel Richie owe the government money. California tax officials have put Anderson on the latest list of the state’s biggest income-tax delinquents. The Franchise Tax Board said the former “Baywatch’’ star owes $524,241 in state income taxes. E! Online said Richie, a music legend, owes the US government $1.1 million in unpaid taxes and that a lien has been issued warning that the singers’ assets could be seized if he does not pay in a timely manner.

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