Saturday, March 25

Buffalo shooting, Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial: Daily Briefing Monday

Communities across the nation are grieving a grim weekend that consisted of multiple deadly shootings. The FBI is continuing to investigate a shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, that killed 10 people and wounded three more as a hate crime and racially motivated violent extremism. In Southern California, authorities are looking into a shooting at a church Sunday that killed one person and injured five others. Officials are investigating other shootings that occurred over the weekend in Houston and Milwaukee. In other news, NATO officials said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is losing momentum. And the trial of Johnny Depp versus ex-wife Amber Heard will summarize.

I’m Nicoleand here’s Monday’s news.

🌅 Upfirst: Two people were killed and three more were taken to a hospital with injuries after a shooting Sunday at a bustling Houston flea market, authorities said. The shooting at the open-air market arose from an “altercation” that involved at least two guns and all five of the people, according to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez. He said no ”innocent bystanders” were injured.

Some more news to know now

🚨 At least 21 people were shot and injured in three separate shootings Friday in Milwaukee’s downtown bar district after the Milwaukee Bucks playoff game, which drew thousands of people to the Deer District. The victims ranged in age from 15 to 47, and all are expected to survive, Milwaukee police said.

🟦 Two men were arrested in connection to a shooting at an outdoor Dallas concert last month that left one man dead and 16 people injured, police said.

🔔 A 16-year-old boy was fatally shot near ”The Bean” sculpture in downtown Chicago’s Millennium Park, authorities said.

As the US mourns 1 million COVID-19 deaths, preventable losses are a major reason for regret.

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