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Resumed the murder trial of a former police officer in Dallas Accused of Deadly Killing a Neighbor

The trial of a former Dallas police officer who shot and killed her unarmed black neighbor is expected to resume on Monday. 31

-year-old Amber Guyger is accused of shooting 26-year-old Botham Jean in her third-floor apartment and killing her. On the night of the shootout, Guyger had parked on the fourth floor of their apartment complex instead of the third and was able to enter Jean's unit due to a broken lock and bolt. She claimed self-defense and said Jean lunged at her when she shouted at him to show his hands. On Friday, she expressed remorse for the murder and said, "I feel like a terrible person."

Released Dallas cop Amber Guyger becomes emotional as she testifies in her murder trial in Dallas on September 27, 2019. Guyger is accused of shooting and killing Botham Jean, a 26-year-old unarmed neighbor who was in his own home last year. She told police she thought his home was her own and that he was an intruder. (Photo: Tom Fox, Dallas Morning News, via AP)

Record Snow Chasing the West

A "winter" storm chases parts of the west with up to 3 feet of snow as record low temperatures, strong wind and blizzard continue until Monday. "By Monday, many daily highs are possible, especially throughout the Northern Great Basin, the Rocky Mountains and Northern California," said the National Weather Service, calling the storm "historic." This weekend was Seattle, Washington's first recorded September snow since 1926. By Monday night, temperatures are expected to fall below freezing, resulting in the city's homeless shelters being expanded.

Connor Cruz, age 5, inspects snow-capped sunflowers during a blizzard, Saturday, September 28 2019, in Great Falls, Mont. (Photo: Rion Sanders, AP)

DreamWorks "Abominable" earns $ 20.9 million, but watch out for "Judy" The box office with one Ticket sales of $ 20.9 million over the weekend and Renee Zellweger's Judy Garland story "Judy" got off to a good start. "Abominable" is the seventh No. 1 movie for Universal this year, or eight, if you include "Downton Abbey," which was released by the studio's special label Focus Features. "Downton," the top movie last week, slipped to $ 14.5 million in second place. The big-screen encore for the British series has already earned $ 107.1 million worldwide.

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This Yeti does not belong in town, so it's up to these friends to bring him home in "Abominable".
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McDonald's exploring meatless burgers

Meatless Monday without Meat is No More Mission: Impossible – albeit North of the US Border. On Monday, McDonald's in Canada will launch its new herbal P.L.T. market, which stands for plant, salad and tomato. McDonald's is testing the new vegetable burger at 28 locations in Ontario, Canada. "This test will allow us to learn more about the real impact of operating the PLT, including customer demand and the impact on restaurant operations," said Ann Wahlgren, McDonald's Vice President of Global Menu Strategy, in a statement.

Former NFL star Kellen Winslow on the way to the second rape case

Former NFL star Kellen Winslow II is sentenced to a second rape case following his first trial in a lawsuit for eight of 12 charges against him. Selection of Jury for New Trial to Begin on Monday In June, Stephan announced that her law firm would re-convict Winslow of all eight pending charges, including rape cases involving two separate women. The jury in the first trial has sentenced Winslow to three counts of charges, including the rape of a 58-year-old street homeless woman in May 2018. These convictions still exist and could jail him for up to ni.

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