Experts: Use of robot to kill suspect opens door for others

CHICAGO (AP) — Police in Dallas were the first in the nation to use a robot to deliver and detonate a bomb to kill a suspect, but other law enforcement agencies are willing and able to follow suit, including some that even have trained for the day when they'd have to do so.

  • Written by DON BABWIN, Associated Press

Pokemon players are trespassing, risking arrest or worse

PHOENIX (AP) — The "Pokemon Go" craze across the U.S. has people wandering into yards, driveways, cemeteries and even an off-limits police parking lot in search of cartoon monsters, prompting warnings that trespassers could get arrested or worse, if they cross paths with an armed property owner.

  • Written by BEATRIZ COSTA-LIMA, Associated Press, MARY HUDETZ, Associated Press

How Castile told officer about gun key part of final moments

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The final moments before Philando Castile was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in suburban St. Paul revolved around a gun he was licensed to carry, trained to use safely and instructed to tell authorities about when stopped.

  • Written by AMY FORLITI, Associated Press, KYLE POTTER, Associated Press

Obama: Still far from solving police, community issues

WASHINGTON (AP) — America is "not even close" to where it needs to be in terms of resolving issues between police and the communities they serve, President Barack Obama said after concluding a more than three-hour meeting Wednesday with community activists, politicians and law enforcement officials.

  • Written by KEVIN FREKING, Associated Press

School board takes transgender bathroom case to high court

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A Virginia school board asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to block a transgender male from using the boys restroom when he returns to school in September until the high court decides whether to review the case.

  • Written by ALANNA DURKIN RICHER, Associated Press