AP Top Stories April 12 A

Here's the latest for Monday April 12th: Virginia police officer fired after Army officer traffic stop; Protests in Minnesota after man shot following traffic stop; California opening vaccine appoints for people 16 and up; Britain mourns Prince Phillip.

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RITA FOLEY: This is "AP News Minute." The Town of Windsor, Virginia announced that one of the two police officers accused of pepper spraying and pointing guns at a Black Army officer during a traffic stop has been fired. Virginia's governor and other officials are calling for an independent investigation.

Police in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota dispersed a crowd of protesters on Sunday night. Earlier, police say officers tried to arrest a man on an outstanding warrant, but he got back into his car and started driving. An officer shot the man who crashed and died.

People in California aged 16 and older can sign up for COVID-19 vaccine appointments starting this week. Los Angeles opened up appointments for people 16 and up on Saturday.

Mourners in Britain are leaving notes and flowers outside royal residences. Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, died on Friday at the age of 99. Rita Foley, the "Associated Press," with "AP News Minute."

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