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Chauvin Appeals Murder Conviction for Killing George Floyd
The former Minneapolis police officer found guilty of murder in the killing of George Floyd has appealed his conviction, saying among other things that the jury was intimidated by ongoing sometimes violent protests and prejudiced by excessive pre-trial publicity.
Boy, 10, Shot Dead While in Minneapolis Apartment With Minor
Police say a 10-year-old boy was fatally shot while he and another juvenile family member were alone in a downtown Minneapolis apartment.
Kim Potter Guilty of Manslaughter in Daunte Wright Death
Jurors have convicted a former police officer of first-degree and second-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Black motorist Daunte Wright.
Court Officials Edging Closer to Dividing Prince Estate
Court officials are edging closer to dividing up pop superstar Prince's estate.
$699.8M Powerball Jackpot Won, Ticket Sold in California
After 40 drawings without a big Powerball winner, a single ticket sold in California matched all six numbers and was the lucky winner of the nearly $700 million jackpot prize.
No Winner: Biggest Powerball Jackpot in Months Grows Larger
The biggest lottery prize in more than eight months is growing larger after no ticket matched all five numbers and the Powerball in Saturday night's drawing.
Biden Announces Sweeping New Vaccine Rules
President Joe Biden is announcing sweeping new federal vaccine requirements affecting as many as 100 million Americans in an all-out effort to increase COVID-19 vaccinations and curb the surging delta variant that is killing thousands each week and jeopardizing the nation's economic recovery.
New Online Site Launched to Help People Get Child Tax Credit
The government is collaborating on a new internet site to help more Americans apply for and receive the expanded child tax credit.
Last Troops Exit Afghanistan, Ending America’s Longest War
The United States has completed its withdrawal from Afghanistan, ending America's longest war and closing a sad two-decade chapter in military history.
Target Won’t Require Office Workers to Return Before 2022
Target says it will not require its downtown Minneapolis headquarters employees to return to the office for the rest of the year, due to a surge in COVID-19 cases.