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Facebook rejects Florida police charity's ad for children fundraiser over 'sensitive social issues'

A pro-police non-profit organization in South Florida is accusing Facebook of refusing to promote its advertisements for an upcoming fundraising event intended to benefit the families of officers who died in the line of duty.

Ex-Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd death request separate federal trial from Derek Chauvin

Three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights are asking that their federal trials be separated from the trial of Derek Chauvin, who has already been convicted on state murder charges for kneeling on Floyd's neck as the Black man pleaded for air.

Woman says flight attendant threatened to throw her off flight over outfit: 'I've never felt more degraded'

A passenger on an Alaska Airlines flight said a flight attendant made her feel “degraded” and “ashamed” for wearing a crop top on the trip.

Kentucky mom found dead after getting caught in flash flood in Arizona canyon

A Kentucky mother was found dead last weekend after she and her family were swept away by a flash flood in a canyon near the Arizona-Utah border, according to reports. 

Surfside condo collapse: Body camera video from initial response released

Body camera footage that showed the moments after the Surfside, Florida, condo collapse, which was released by the town, captured some of the confusion that seemed to border on disbelief when police first arrived at the scene.

Colorado woman who shot alleged intruder now faces attempted murder charge, police say

A Colorado woman is facing an attempted murder charge after authorities said she shot an alleged home intruder last weekend.

New Orleans shooting: Two arrested, including suspected gunman, police say

Two men, including the suspected gunman, were arrested Tuesday in connection with last weekend's shooting in the French Quarter of New Orleans that left five people wounded, according to authorities. 

Texas firefighter lied about having COVID-19 to get $12K in paid time off

A Texas firefighter has been arrested after he allegedly faked having COVID-19 to get $12,500 in paid time off — which he used to take his family to a water park resort.

2 women found dead in Las Vegas hotel room near Strip in possible murder-suicide, police say

The women were discovered by employees at the Palms Casino Resort, just a mile west of the Strip, by employees around 3 p.m., the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said.

St. Louis County's mask mandate temporarily blocked by judge

A local judge granted a temporary restraining order Tuesday that will halt St. Louis County's mask mandate from taking effect for at least the next two weeks.

Chicago Mayor Lightfoot recommending coronavirus masks for residents over 2, regardless of vaccinations

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is now recommending anyone above 2 years old wear a coronavirus mask indoors, regardless of whether or not they’ve gotten a vaccine – even as she’s still urging Windy City residents to get their shots.

Missouri governor pardons St. Louis couple Mark, Patricia McCloskey after guilty pleas in gun-waving incident

The St. Louis couple who was famously pictured wielding guns as Black Lives Matter demonstrators marched outside their property last year received a pardon from Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, his office announced Tuesday.

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner's office dropping slew of felony cases; critics say criminals can walk

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner was already under fire after three murder cases fell apart on her watch and records show that the turnover of prosecutors in her office is greater than 100%.

Friends of California movie theater shooting suspect believed he had gun, snuck out of cinema, detective says

The suspect charged with opening fire on two people on a date inside a California movie theater was accompanied by three friends who snuck out of the cinema over fears that he brought a gun, according to local reports.

US plans 50% more wild horse roundups amid Western drought

U.S. land managers have begun efforts to capture about 50% more wild horses than originally planned this year because of severe drought across the U.S. West — about 6,000 additional animals primarily in Nevada, Oregon and Colorado.

Atlanta police release images of potential witnesses to deadly park stabbing of woman and dog

Atlanta investigators released images of potential witnesses in connection to the brutal killing of a woman walking her dog at a local park.

Former Minnesota trooper who sent himself nude photos of woman he arrested is sentenced to probation: report

A former Minnesota State Trooper who took a woman's cell phone after she crashed her car then texted nude photos of her to his personal phone was sentenced to two years of probation Tuesday, the Star Tribune reports.

Woman dies after sweltering hike with man she’d just met

A hiker who cut short a trek through an Arizona mountain with a man she’d just met was found dead hours later amid sweltering temperatures, according to reports.

Illinois man who killed mom with baseball bat and says it was accidental avoids prison

An Illinois man who beat his mother to death with a baseball bat after he mistakingly thought she was an intruder will serve probation and community service in exchange for a guilty plea.

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