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(NEXSTAR)- Ten people, including a police officer, are dead after a shooting at a grocery store in Boulder, Colorado.
The shooting happened Monday afternoon at a King Soopers grocery store.
The suspect has been identified as a 21-year-old man, Ahmad Al Issa.
Other stories in today’s show:
Police in Arkansas were able to arrest a murder suspect after the suspect tried to hide in a chimney and got stuck.
The Biden administration continues to come under fire over its handling of a migrant surge at the southern border.
Republicans blame the president’s words and new policies for the spike.
There’s been speculation over this for a while since the beginning of the pandemic, but now, we’re learning more about a chance of getting COVID-19 in connection to blood type.
New research shows people with one blood type, in particular, are at a greater risk of getting very sick from the virus.
We know that COVID vaccines can come with side effects, but most people figure a few days after the shot, they’re in the clear.
A small number of people are seeing a rash appear on their arm, sometimes more than a week after the vaccine.
A year after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, many adults have reported undesired weight changes.
The American Psychological Association reports more than 60% of adults have experienced this.
Forty-two percent report gaining more weight than intended.
On the other hand, 18% of Americans say they lost more weight than they wanted.
Many people like to start their day with a cup of coffee, but if the coffee maker isn’t clean, that cup of joe could include more than just a jolt of energy.
A Colorado teen finishes fourth in the state chess championship, which happened to be weeks after he underwent brain surgery.