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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.
Find out the latest on this story from KDVR.
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.
See the full story now on News Channel 3.
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.
See more on this story from WOOD TV.
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.
See the full story now from Oklahoma’s News 4.
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.
See the full story now from CBS 17.
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.
See the full story now from WBTW.
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.
See the full story now from News 8.
A Colorado teen finishes fourth in the state chess championship, which happened to be weeks after he underwent brain surgery.