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Gunman who killed 50 in Orlando club was questioned by FBI in recent years

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – The mayor of Orlando says there were 50 casualties and there are 53 more hospitalized after a mass shooting at a popular gay nightclub. “There’s blood everywhere,” Mayor Buddy Dyer said Sunday at a news conference, hours after the shooting at the Pulse Orlando club.

‘The Voice’ singer Christina Grimmie dies after shooting

ORLANDO, Fla. – Florida authorities say `The Voice’ star Christina Grimmie is in critical condition after being shot at a concert venue in Orlando by a suspect who then fatally shot himself after being tackled by the singer-songwriter’s brother. Orlando Police Department officials tell WKMG-TV that Grimmie was shot Friday night at The Plaza Live, where she was scheduled to perform. They say Grimmie’s brother tackled the shooter, who then shot himself.

SeaWorld to stop breeding orcas, making them perform tricks

ORLANDO, Fla. – Finally bowing to years of public pressure, SeaWorld announced Thursday it will immediately stop breeding killer whales, and soon stop making them perform theatrical tricks. SeaWorld’s 29 orcas will remain on display at the company’s theme parks, but in “new, inspiring natural orca encounters,” the company said.

Tyler Harvey still firing away, but working on defense in D-League

Tyler Harvey is still a shooting star. Three weeks ago, the former Eastern Washington star became a media sensation in the NBA Developmental League when he sank eight 3-point shots in the final four minutes to rally his Erie BayHawks to a win over the Texas Legends.

Sounders to sport new look against Orlando

TUKWILA, Wash. – The Seattle Sounders could introduce three new players to their lineup today, while also welcoming back Obafemi Martins from a two-month absence, all as Brad Evans reorients himself to another new position. That’s a lot of moving parts for a team heading into the final 10 games of its Major League Soccer season while dangerously flirting with the playoff red line.

Harvey enjoys his Magic moment

All the physical and mental work did little to prepare Tyler Harvey for the drama of NBA draft night. “It was just a surreal moment,” Harvey said Friday morning, the day after the Orlando Magic made him the 51st pick in this year’s draft. “You just never know when your name is going to get called.”

Tyler Harvey calls being drafted a ‘surreal moment’

“It was just a surreal moment,” Tyler Harvey said Friday morning, the day after the Orlando Magic made him the 51st pick in this year’s NBA draft. “You just never know when your name is going to get called.”

Tyler Harvey selected by the Orlando Magic with 51st overall pick

The Orlando Magic drafted Eastern Washington’s Tyler Harvey in the second round of the NBA draft with the 51st overall pick on Thursday night. Magic GM Rob Hennigan lauded Harvey, who was the NCAA Division I leading scorer as a junior (22.9 ppg), as a “sophisticated offensive player.” The 6-foot-4, 185-pound Harvey was considered one of the top 3-point shooters and combo guards on the board.

Shock work OT to beat Predators, collect first victory of season

Spokane had to work overtime to snag its first Arena Football League victory of the season. Tied at half, at the end of three quarters and at the end of regulation, the Shock dug out a wild 56-55 victory over the Orlando Predators in front of 8,906 Saturday at the Arena.