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(KARK/NEXSTAR) — The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, better known as DACA, was illegally rescinded by the Trump Administration.

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MURDER CHARGES FILED:  As Rayshard Brooks lay dying in a Wendy’s parking lot, prosecutors say the Atlanta police officer who shot him in the back kicked him and didn’t give him medical attention for more than two minutes.

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ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEW: President Trump says he’ll support the GOP police reform bill introduced Wednesday morning by Republican Senator Tim Scott. And he says he’s not afraid of a second wave of COVID-19. Washington reporter Anna Wiernicki has the one-on-one interview.

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A SISTER SURPRISE: Like so many others during the coronavirus pandemic, Alyssa Hudler felt like her life was on pause. She felt compelled to do something memorable, something epic. WDAF’s Pat McGonigle reports.

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ZIP LINE CHICKEN: When you zip in for fried chicken, now your fried chicken zips out to you. WGNO’s Bill Wood reports.

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