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April 24, 2013: Morning News in 90

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  • Investigators are still searching for the man who attacked a woman in the Campus Lodge Apartments parking lot.
  • Gainesville and Alachua County leaders have shared their plans to keep police officers and deputies at elementary schools for the next year.
  • A central Minnesota school district that was the site of a school shooting in 2003 is the first in the state to start using bulletproof white boards.
  • A man suspected of shooting his stepfather, a Washington, D.C., police officer, on Monday has turned himself in.
  • Federal investigators talked to the parents of the accused Boston bombers in Russia Wednesday morning.
  • In Boston, Vice President Joe Biden attended the memorial service of the MIT police officer shot by one of the Boston bombing suspects.

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