Here's the latest for Friday April 16th: At least 8 killed in Indianapolis Fedex shooting; Former Minnesota officer has court appearance; Protests in Chicago after police video released; Japanese Prime Minister to meet with Biden.
- This is "AP News Minute". Indianapolis Police say a gunman and at least eight other people were dead after a shooting at a FedEx facility near the city's airport. More people are wounded, including at least four who left the scene by ambulance.
Hundreds protested outside the Brooklyn Center Minnesota police station as Daunte Wright's family called for stiffer charges against Kim Potter. The former police officer is charged with manslaughter for fatally shooting Wright during a traffic stop.
Protesters marched in Chicago after the release of officer body cam video showing the fatal police shooting of a 13-year-old boy last month. The video shows Adam Toledo appearing to drop a gun and begin raising his hands before an officer shot him.
And President Biden welcomes Japanese prime minister, Yoshihide Suga to the White House on Friday. They're expected to discuss the US-Japanese alliance and how to deal with China. Mike [INAUDIBLE], "The Associated Press" with "AP News Minute".