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Biden: 'Prepared to compromise' on infrastructure
April 19, 2021

Biden: 'Prepared to compromise' on infrastructure

President Joe Biden met at the White House Monday with a bipartisan group of lawmakers to push his $2 trillion dollar jobs and infrastructure plan. Biden said he's "prepared to compromise" on what's in the package as well as how to pay for it. (April 19)
Construction startups build homes with 3D printers
April 19, 2021

Construction startups build homes with 3D printers

A new generation of startups wants to disrupt the construction industry by automating production with industrial 3D printers. They say 3D printing can help address housing shortages worldwide by making homes faster, cheaper and greener. (April 19)
AP Top Stories April 19th
April 19, 2021

AP Top Stories April 19th

Here's the latest for Monday April 19th: Closing arguments in Derek Chauvin trial; Wisconsin shooting suspect apprehended; Manhunt after fatal shooting in Austin, Texas; Hundreds join vigil for 13-year-old boy killed by Chicago police.
Suspect on the run in fatal shooting of 3 in Texas
April 18, 2021

Suspect on the run in fatal shooting of 3 in Texas

Interim Austin Police Chief Joseph Chacon says a 41-year-old man is wanted in the fatal shooting of three people in Austin, Texas. Officials searching the surrounding area are warning residents that the suspect might take a hostage. (April 18)
3 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Wisconsin tavern
April 18, 2021

3 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Wisconsin tavern

Authorities say they have apprehended a person in connection with a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern Wisconsin early Sunday that left three men dead and three men injured. (April 18)
Today in History for April 19th
April 18, 2021

Today in History for April 19th

Highlights of Today in History: Oklahoma City bombing; Battle of Lexington and Concord; Pope Benedict XVI elected; Branch Davidian siege near Waco, TX ends. (April 19)
Highlights of funeral service for Prince Philip
April 17, 2021

Highlights of funeral service for Prince Philip

Prince Philip was laid to rest on Saturday in a funeral ceremony that honoured his lifetime of service to the UK, the crown and his wife of 73 years, Queen Elizabeth II. (April 17)
Windsor town prepares for funeral of Prince Philip
April 17, 2021

Windsor town prepares for funeral of Prince Philip

Preparations for the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral were underway at Windsor Castle on Saturday morning, as police and wardens patrolled the outer grounds ahead of the televised ceremony at 1400GMT (April 17)
Police chief: Indianapolis shaken by mass shooting
April 16, 2021

Police chief: Indianapolis shaken by mass shooting

Police are trying to determine a gunman's motive for killing eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. Investigators say the shooter killed himself. (April 16)
Families of boat workers clinging to hope
April 16, 2021

Families of boat workers clinging to hope

Family members are hopeful as divers attempt to enter the boat that capsized in the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday. (April 16)
Former Democrat turned Republican wants to be Georgia governor
April 16, 2021

Former Democrat turned Republican wants to be Georgia governor

Former Democrat Vernon Jones looks to piggyback on Donald Trump supporters' discontent and challenge Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp in 2022. (April 16)
China to send 'positive message' on climate
April 16, 2021

China to send 'positive message' on climate

A leading Chinese diplomat says his country, the world’s largest carbon emitter, plans to to send a “positive message” at a climate change meeting called by U.S. President Joe Biden for next week. (April 16)
Families hopeful workers still alive in boat
April 15, 2021

Families hopeful workers still alive in boat

Family members are hopeful 12 missing workers are still alive inside a boat that capsized in the Gulf of Mexico off Louisiana on Tuesday. (April 15)
Colorado elderly woman with dementia sues police over arrest and assault
April 15, 2021

Colorado elderly woman with dementia sues police over arrest and assault

A 73-year-old woman with dementia has filed a lawsuit against the city of Loveland, Colorado and police officers over a June 2020 arrest. The lawsuit claims the woman suffered physical injuries and still experiences fear, trauma and anxiety. (April 15)
Chicago releases video of fatal shooting of teen
April 15, 2021

Chicago releases video of fatal shooting of teen

Chicago’s police review board released body camera video on Thursday of a police officer’s fatal shooting of teenager Adam Toledo last month. (April 15)
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