This undated photo provided by Taylor family attorney Sam Aguiar shows Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Ky. Three months after plainclothes detectives serving a warrant busted into Tylor's apartment on March 13, 2020, and shot the 26-year-old Black woman to death, only one of the three officers who opened fire has lost his job. Calls for action against the officers have gotten louder during a national reckoning over racism and police brutality following George Floyd's death in Minneapolis.

Judge says Breonna Taylor grand juror can speak about case

Marines remove general investigated over alleged racial slur
U.S. Marine Maj. Gen. Stephen M. Neary, Marine Forces Europe and Africa commander, left, speaks to Marines.

Trump says Fauci is 'terrific guy' but not 'team player'
President Donald Trump dances after speaking at a campaign rally at Prescott Regional Airport, Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, in Prescott, Ariz.

Watchman could have saved lives in California boat fire
In this photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department a dive boat is engulfed in flames after a deadly fire broke out aboard the commercial scuba diving vessel off the Southern California Coast Monday morning, Sept. 2, 2019.

Russia, US appear ready for deal to extend nuclear pact
Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a Security Council meeting via video conference in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020.

Tribes make new move to shut down Dakota Access Pipeline
In this Oct. 5, 2016, file photo, heavy equipment is seen at a site where sections of the Dakota Access pipeline were being buried near the town of St. Anthony in Morton County, N.D. Native American tribes opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline once again have asked a federal judge to stop the flow of oil while the legal battle over the line's future plays out.

FILE - In this Dec. 13, 2016, file photo, former Boston College baseball captain Pete Frates smiles after he was presented with the annual NCAA Inspiration Award at his home in Beverly, Mass. Dozens of items of sports memorabilia collected by Peter Frates, whose battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease helped spread the ALS ice bucket challenge, are being auctioned to help people still fighting the disease. Proceeds from the online auction that started Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020, will benefit the Pete Frates Family Foundation, which assists ALS patients and their families with the cost of home health care, his father, John Frates, told The Salem News.

Items collected by ice bucket challenge inspiration for sale

Man charged in Whitmer kidnapping plot released on bail
US home construction up 1.9% in September to 1.4 million
Protest arrests show regular Americans, not urban antifa
AP-NORC/USAFacts poll: US trust in COVID-19 information down
Photo: MGN Online

Large earthquake off Alaska prompts tsunami fears, fleeing

Trump dismisses pandemic, rips Fauci as 'disaster' in campaign all-staff call
6 Russian military officers charged in vast hacking campaign
Air travel pandemic milestone; 1 million passengers screened
Supreme Court to hear case over border wall funding

'Home Improvement' actor Zachery Ty Bryan arrested in Oregon

AP-NORC/SAP poll: 1 in 4 US workers have weighed quitting

World struggles as confirmed COVID-19 cases pass 40 million

Vaccine storage issues could leave 3B people without access

Rural Midwest hospitals struggling to handle virus surge

At least 5 injured in blast, fire at Virginia strip mall

Altered photo shows Ice Cube, 50 Cent in 'Trump 2020' hats
350K 'frontline' Target workers to get additional $200 bonus
US spacecraft diving to asteroid for rare rubble grab

Walz authorizes disaster aid for 4 counties

Hennepin County, state working to offer more spaces for people experiencing homelessness

350K 'frontline' Target workers to get additional $200 bonus

Gov. Walz visits new COVID-19 saliva testing lab in Oakdale

Presale for GLOW Holiday Festival drive-thru event at State Fairgrounds begins


SNOW PHOTOS: First major snowfall hits the state

SNOW PHOTOS: First major snowfall hits the state

PHOTOS: Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson returns home

After months of physical therapy stemming from a shooting that happened in January, Waseca Police Officer Arik Matson returned home on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020.

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