What we’re reading today: Accused LA cop killer may be stopped, more students graduating on time, and pope resigns for good of the church
Here are some stories that we’re reading today:
-USA Today reports on the saga out of Southern California and the case of ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner, who has allegedly been on the run from police for the past week. Police believe they pinned Dorner down in a cabin in San Bernardino County, which burned last night. They are working to identify human remains found in the cabin that they suspect to be Dorner’s.
-A report in the Detroit Free Press says that more Michigan teens are graduating high school on time. The report states the graduation rate increased almost two percent from the Class of 2011 to the Class of 2012.
-And the New York Times reports that Pope Benedict XVI, who resigned Monday, said his decision was made for the good of the church. The pope made his first public appearance since announcing he would be resigning at the end of the month.