*Clouds and sun today, high near 90
*We now know when work on the redesigned Metro Civic Center transit station downtown near the Scottrade Center will be done. The renovations are still ongoing but Metro says the new station will open on August 14.
*Questions Fly As Australian Healer Is Shot And Killed By Minneapolis Police-
An investigation is underway after an Australian woman was shot and killed over the weekend by a Minneapolis police officer. Authorities say an officer fired at Justine Damond Saturday night while responding to a possible assault near the woman’s home she shared with her fiancé. The officer’s body camera was not activated and the squad car camera didn’t capture the incident. Damond is the person who called police to begin with.
Source: USA Today
Gruesome Details Emerge Of The Murder Of Four PA Men-
As the cousin of the murder suspect is arrested, details of the final moments of the victims is released.
Thomas Meo and Mark Sturgis were expecting to buy some pot from Cosmo DiNardo, but instead were ambushed and murdered. That’s the narrative law enforcement is sharing. DiNardo’s cousin Sean Kratz was also there and helped dispose of the bodies.
Shortly after getting out of their truck, Meo and Sturgis were gunned down and their bodies thrown into an oil tank converted into a “cooker.” Their bodies didn’t burn well, so DiNardo and Kratz buried the cooker with the bodies, along with those of his previous two victims.
DiNardo confessed to police and named his cousin as an accomplice.
*Donald Trump's approval rating his dropped from 42% in April to 36% and his disapproval rating is up five points to 58%, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
According to the poll, 48% say they "disapprove strongly" of Trump's presidency. During their presidencies, neither Bill Clinton nor Barack Obama reached such a dubious distinction and George W. Bush only hit it during his second term in office.
As far as Americans perception of our country's leadership in the world, 48% say it's weaker since Trump came into office, with only 27% saying it is stronger.
*The death toll from a flash flood that hit a family get-together in Arizona rose to nine on Sunday. Just before 3:20 p.m. local time on Saturday, 14 people were swept away when the flash flood hit the Cold Springs Swimming Hole. Four of those caught in the flood were saved on Saturday.
Working Long Hours Can Damage Your Heart Health-
You may want to rethink working over time.
A new study says working long hours can raise the risk of a common and potentially dangerous irregular heart rhythm condition. British researchers found that people who work 55 hours a week or more were about 40-percent more likely to develop atrial fibrillation than people who worked 35 to 40 hours a week. Atrial fibrillation contributes to stroke, heart failure, and stroke-related dementia.
The scientists studied more than 85-thousand people in the U.K. and three other European countries for more than ten years. The research was published in Friday's edition of the "European Health Journal."
As for the fix? Work less hours.Source: News Week
*The Pirates beat the Cardinals 4-3 yesterday, they play the Mets today, its an away game.