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On Monday, Thai police said they found bomb-making materials at an apartment in the Min Buri district of Bangkok, the second such discovery since Saturday, when they arrested an unidentified foreigner and seized detonators, ball bearings, a metal pipe, and other equipment they said was intended to build a bomb.
The second raid uncovered fertilizer, digital clocks, remote control cars, and gunpowder.
On Sunday, Islamic State militants used more than 30 tons of explosives to blow up part of the Temple of Bel in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra, sources said.
ISIS militants severely damage Bel Temple in ancient city of Palmyra with bomb, activists say http://t.co/pspNvh9bKh pic.twitter.com/M9aZMDtZe2
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 30, 2015
The largest structure in the city, the Temple of Bel was constructed in 32 AD and was well preserved.
BY NOLAN CLAY Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgThe murder suspect accused of fatally stabbing his father, the state's labor commissioner, had delusions that his family was in a "cult," his confidential mental health records show.
Christian Erin Costello, 26, of Oklahoma City, was arrested Aug.
BY RANDY ELLIS Staff Writer email@example.comMore than one-fourth of the 1,639 youths who aged out of the Oklahoma child welfare system during the years 2009 through 2013 went on to experience some form of homelessness.
That's the sad finding of a new study by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services' Office of Planning and Research Statistics.
At a time when many 18-year-olds are looking forward to college or joining the workforce with support from their families, many of the children who age out of the state system are trying to figure out how to survive.
Jennifer Boyer, programs supervisor for DHS' Oklahoma Independent Living program, said the agency has some programs designed to ease the transition to independence, but "we just don't have enough.
BY DARLA SLIPKE Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgCUSHING — If Sue Stull was nervous, the big smile across her face didn't show it.
With a black harness wrapped around her neon green T-shirt with the words “Team Sue” printed across the front, she climbed inside a Cessna 182 plane bound for 10,000 feet.
Almost two miles up, Stull and an instructor tumbled out of the plane in a front flip.