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(KARK/NEXSTAR) – Atlanta’s mayor is vowing to change police use-of-force policies and require that officers receive continuous training in how to deescalate situations before the consequences become fatal.

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COVID-19 CONCERNS: Some downtown Nashville business owners are outraged that their neighbors are violating the public health emergency orders. WKRN’s Erica Francis joins the conversation.

crowds pack lower Broadway

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TRUMP RALLY CONCERNS: The Oklahoma Republican Party announced Monday that the Trump campaign will be providing masks and hand sanitizer at the Saturday’s Trump rally in Tulsa, but with so many people saying they plan to attend, there are still concerns the large crowds the rally will draw could contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the state. KFOR’s Cassandra Sweetman reports.

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