ATLANTA (AP) - Atlanta police are seeking information about a man seen on surveillance video around the time that gunshots were fired into a crowd of about 200 people outside a college library, wounding four students. Investigator James White said Thursday this remains the main focus for police investigating the Tuesday night shooting on the edge of the Clark Atlanta University campus. Four women were injured. All are expected to survive. Police say an argument between two groups led to the gunfire.

ATLANTA (AP) - Police say two women and a man were found shot to death inside a town house in the Vinings area of Cobb County just northwest of Atlanta. Cobb County police say the bodies were discovered around 6 p.m. Wednesday at the home off Cumberland Boulevard, near Cumberland Mall. Police spokeswoman Sydney Melton says it appears the victims lived in the home, but investigators had not yet confirmed the relationship between them.

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - A serial killer who preyed on older, gay men during a spree that left six dead on or near the U.S. East Coast 25 years ago is scheduled to be executed at Florida State Prison. Fifty-seven-year-old Gary Ray Bowles is set to receive a lethal injection Thursday evening, convicted of murder in one of the six known slayings. Investigators say if he hadn't been caught in 1994, Bowles would have kept on killing.

MACON, Ga. (AP) - Authorities say a Georgia inmate hanged himself in his isolation cell while two deputies and a nurse failed to follow inmate monitoring policy. The Telegraph reports the issues surrounding the death of 40-year-old William Elder Homan are detailed in an internal affairs investigation by the Bibb County Sheriff's Office. The records obtained by the newspaper this week say Homan killed himself in February. It says the deputies doctored records that said they conducted hourly inmate checks.

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