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Kent State Student Who Posted Threat Won't Face Felony
KENT, Ohio (AP) -- A Kent State University student accused of posting on Twitter that he would be "shooting up" the Ohio campus is no longer facing a felony charge.
Prosecutors say a grand jury refused to indict the student on a felony charge of inducing panic. Instead, William Koberna now faces a lesser charge of telecommunications harassment.
The 19-year-old was in court Friday for a preliminary hearing. He was arrested nearly a week ago near Cleveland after the university contacted police about the tweet.
Kent State officials say the profanity-laced July 25 tweet included a threat that he would be "shooting up" the school.
The university said earlier this week that the student would be on an interim suspension. A judge told him to stay away from the school.
Posted: Friday, August 3 2012, 11:08 AM CDT
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Habitat for Humanity to donate to tornado victims
June 17, 2013 20:23 GMT
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity says it will donate proceeds from sales at its Renovation Station stores in Oklahoma City to help pay for construction and repairs of homes of the May tornado victims.
Habitat said Monday that all proceeds through Aug. 31 will be donated to the project. Habitat is also soliciting donations to help rebuild or repair homes damaged by the tornadoes in the Oklahoma City metro area.
Renovation Stations are retail stores operated by Habitat for Humanity that sell new and used building supplies, material, appliances, furniture and other household items. There are two in Oklahoma City -- one in north Oklahoma City and the other on the city's southwest side.
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