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Eight high school students are feared to be lost in an avalanche in Japan. Many other people were injured. They are searching for them now.
London terror attacker used WhatsApp, the encrypted messaging app owned by Facebook, minutes before rampage-– that left three pedestrians and one police officer with their lives taken and dozens more wounded. Attacker Khalid Masood sent a WhatsApp message to an unknown person. The message’s contents — and its intended recipient — cannot be accessed by police because the popular messaging service encrypted them. Police have arrested 12 people in the investigation.
As law enforcement officers across the country continue to hunt for Tennessee teen Elizabeth Thomas and her former teacher Tad Cummins — the 50-year-old man who allegedly kidnapped the 15-year-old — investigators have shed light on their relationship, revealing that emails between the pair have uncovered a ‘romantic interest in each other.’ Authorities are still looking for Elizabeth and Tad Cummings hoping to get some help from the community.
Gonzaga is going to the Final Four for the first time! They beat Florida 77-70 yesterday. The Zags play South Carolina, a team that is also in the Final Four for the first time, Saturday afternoon at 3:00.