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Kim Potter trial: Jury instructions set in case of Daunte Wright's shooting death

Attorneys and a judge overseeing the trial for Kim Potter gathered in a Minneapolis courtroom on Monday to hammer out final instructions for the panel of jurors tasked with deciding the former Minnesota police officer’s fate.

101-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor, other veterans attend ceremony remembering historic day

U.S. Navy Seaman 1st Class David Russell, who is now 101 years old, survived on the USS Oklahoma when Japanese bombs began falling on Pearl Harbor, and he is returning to the historic site to pay respects to those who lost their lives 80 years ago.

Jacqueline Avant death has celebrities, communities in fear over brazen home invasions

The death of Jacqueline Avant, a well-known philanthropist and wife of legendary music executive Clarence Avant, in her Beverly Hills home last week has furthered fears about the uptick in brazen home invasion robberies in and around Los Angeles amid an outpouring of grief.

Justice Department closes its investigation into 1955 killing of Emmett Till

The Justice Department is closing its investigation into the 1955 killing of Emmett Till, a Black teenager from Chicago who was abducted and killed while visiting family in Mississippi after witnesses accused him of making sexual advances at a White woman, the Associated Press reports.

South Carolina high schooler arrested for allegedly threatening to shoot up schools

South Carolina sheriff’s deputies arrested a 14-year-old male high school student Monday on charges that he threatened to shoot up schools in Lexington County, authorities said.

Handcuffing police response creating a local mental health crisis

Washington state officials worry that the mental health crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic could worsen because of a new state law aimed at reducing use of force by law enforcement.

Hawaii governor urges Navy to suspend operations at World War II-era fuel tank amid water contamination

Hawaii Governor David Ige and congressional leaders from the state urged the U.S. Navy to suspend operations at a World War II-era underground fuel tank facility after petroleum was detected in drinking water in the Pearl Harbor area.

Pearl Harbor survivor recounts harrowing attack, 80 years later: 'Something I'll never forget'

Jack Holder was stationed at Pearl Harbor December 7th, 1941, and witnessed the Japanese attack on the American naval base.

Colorado sheriff's Santa photo stokes outrage on social media, office apologizes

A Colorado sheriff’s department caused a stir over the weekend for what many deemed an inappropriate photo: Santa applying for a concealed carry permit.

Effort to recall Los Angeles DA Gascon kicks off again as crime rages throughout California

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon is facing a recall effort again following a rash of crimes in the city.

British woman speaks out against Ghislaine Maxwell during trial

A British woman testified Monday that Ghislaine Maxwell pressured her into giving Jeffrey Epstein sexual massages when she was still a teenager, assuring her she would have “fun” with him.

Oxford School officials could be charged in deadly Michigan shooting: prosecutor

Michigan school officials could still face charges following the Oxford High School shooting, Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said

California siblings save mom from attempted robbery on front steps of their home, video shows

Two siblings jumped into action last week to save their mom who was followed back to their home in Oakland, Calfornia, by a would-be purse-snatcher, according to a local report.

Missing Indiana woman last seen in San Diego nearly a month ago found safe

A 20-year-old Indiana woman who vanished in California nearly a month ago has turned up safe, the San Diego Police Department says.

NYC hit with bevy of violent crime ahead of holiday season that includes 'wooden daggers' and a sword

NYPD statistics show an uptick in shootings incidents, shooting victims and homicides over the weekend compared to the same period last year.

Armed robbers target LA holiday party, demand guests hand over their jewelry and phones

Armed robbers reportedly targeted a holiday party in Los Angeles where guests had to fork over their belongings

Virginia Elementary school struggled to shield children from explicit anti-Biden sign: 'Violence'

A Virginia elementary school was considering installing a privacy screen along a portion of its playground so students could not read an explicit political sign that one resident placed on their property across the street.

Waukesha parade suspect's low bail in prior case is typical practice in Milwaukee

An embattled democratic Milwaukee district attorney called Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks’ $1,000 bail in a prior domestic violence case "inappropriately low" but court records suggest that defendants are routinely sprung on small sums for serious felonies --including a suspected serial bank robber.

California woman arrested near swanky mall after shoplifting more than $300K: Report

A Southern California woman has been arrested on suspicion of stealing over $300,000 worth of retail merchandise from multiple high-end stores such as Gucci, Prada and Jimmy Choo, authorities said Wednesday.

Texas plumber who found cash in Lakewood wall 'upset' with Joel Osteen: 'Should have heard something'

The plumber who found cash in the walls of Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church says he's “upset” that no one from the church has contacted him.

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