The owner of the site of a deadly Station Nightclub fire in Rhode Island that killed 100 people is donating the land so that a permanent memorial can be built on the property.  The owner of the land that housed The Station officially transferred the property in West Warwick Friday morning to the Station Fire Memorial Foundation.  One hundred people were killed when the Station Nightclub caught fire in 2003 during a performance by the rock band Great White.  Since that time, homemade crosses have formed a makeshift memorial at the site.  Officials with the Memorial Foundation say they are grateful for the land donation, and now will work to raise the five-million dollars the group says it needs to build a permanent memorial and maintain it.  (Metro Network)