•Can you believe “Family Guy” is airing its 300th episode tonight? Yeah, neither can we. 9 p.m., Fox.
•Jenna Coleman returns as the title character in a new season of “Victoria.” She plays the young 19th-Century queen who wants it all: romance, power, an heir and personal freedom. Also, Diana Rigg joins the cast. 9 p.m., PBS.
•As Season 2 of “Divorce” begins, Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church) are trying to rebuild their lives independently in the aftermath of their turbulent separation, but it’s more complicated than they imagined. 10 p.m., HBO.
•In the two-hour season finale
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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The tragic events of August 19, 2015 in Rochester won’t soon be forgotten. A new telling of the mass shooting will now serve to keep memories and lessons learned alive.
Writer Tam Little has a personal connection to urban gun violence, and as a result, decided to produce “Move,” a locally-made documentary that shows the lives of those affected by the drive-by shooting on Genesee Street that killed three and injured four.
She says her purpose is to inform viewers on what happened, providing background on the tragedy and documenting how the guns involved were obtained. She also wants to show how something like this can be avoided in the future.
“It really ignited my passion to do something about it, because of my two cousins who were brothers. Of those three, two were killed by gun violence, and shot. It really made me think what I could do as
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Former airman Devin Kelley had choked his wife and put a gun to her head. He’d fractured her baby’s skull. He’d made threats to his commanders and he’d been committed to a mental hospital. Those acts foretold Kelley as a potential killer, experts say, and make the Air Force’s failure to enter his name into an FBI database especially egregious.
“You name it, he had every red flag they’ve been able to discern in the research,” said domestic violence expert Andrew Klein, who wrote a 2015 manual for probation officers on dealing with domestic violence offenders, including trying to predict future lethality. “He should have been on that database on three different levels.”
Kelley opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle inside a Texas church earlier this month, killing 25 and injuring 20 more, authorities say. He bought the weapon from a San Antonio gun store after
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