- Grand Canyon 153-person hike organizer from Washington state facing federal chargesA Washington state man is facing federal charges for allegedly organizing a more than 150-person hike across the Grand Canyon in violation of COVID-19 restrictions.
- Ohio state senator seen driving during video meeting on same day that distracted driving bill is introducedOhio state Sen. Andrew Brenner was seen driving during a remote Office of Budget and Management meeting on Monday, the same day that a bill was introduced to punish distracted driving.
- Family lawyer for American sentenced to life for Italy cop killing says verdict lacks ‘reason and compassion’The family attorney for one of two California men convicted in the death of an Italian police officer blasted the guilty verdicts as lacking "both reason and compassion" and a "sad day for justice."
- Mikayla Miller death: Race, sexuality and policing laid bare in sleepy affluent townMikayla Miller, a 16-year-old Massachusetts girl, was found dead and tied to a tree in her suburban hometown hours after a fight with other teens last month -- prompting fear, confusion and speculation of foul play in the small community.
- Tucson City Council approves 'largest raise' in police history, part of $30M in employee pay increasesThe Tucson, Arizona, City Council unanimously approved up to $30 million in raises for city employees, including a "historic" pay increase for the city’s police department, officials said.
- Charity pays off mortgage for family of fallen NYPD officerA charity dedicated to honoring military and first responders who make "the supreme sacrifice" for America will pay off the mortgage on the home of a fallen New York Police Department officer.
- Atlanta mayor suggests officer fired to prevent riots, defends decision as he is reinstatedMayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said that her decision prevented things from becoming "significantly worse" after Rayshard Brooks' death.