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These are the sounds of demonstrations across the U.S. last night.

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UNIDENTIFIED PROTESTERS: (Chanting) George Floyd. George Floyd.

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A heavy police presence is guarding the streets here in Washington this morning. This came after police fired tear gas at peaceful protesters outside the White House.

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Try to remember what it's like to be 17. Your whole life is ahead of you. Your feet don't hurt. You can pretty much eat whatever you want. But the best thing about being 17, according to Shawn Richardson, who is 17...

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Gary prep sports has a new athletic director.  We'll talk about that coming up on today's sports, plus we'll take you back to when Boone Grove made girl's soccer history last October.

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Crown Point, IN - About 100 protestors gathered in Crown Point, Monday afternoon, to protest the death of George Floyd. Floyd was the Minneapolis, MN man who was killed after now former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for nearly 9 mintues. Floyd cried out "I cannot breathe," while Chauvin knelt on his neck.

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Addressing the nation from the Rose Garden this evening, President Trump said he was beefing up law enforcement around the country.

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HAMMOND -  Peaceful protests in Hammond over the weekend led to  a larger police intervention on Saturday, after a small group broke-off from the event and headed for 80/94.  Hammond Police Department Public Information Officer, Lieutenant Steve Kellogg says the police action was to protect the safety of all.  

Even in the best of times, many look to live music as a crucial resource — a place to turn for comfort, community and relief from anxiety — and can scarcely imagine their lives without it. For the past few months, the coronavirus pandemic has closed down venues around the country, and it's hard to picture when gathering in nightclubs or amphitheaters will be deemed safe again.

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As one of the country's worst economic and health crises in history deepens, rent is due again for millions of people who are struggling to make ends meet.

Over the last few months, states and the federal government have taken steps to help tenants who've lost their jobs. Now, while the unemployment rate is still climbing, some of the protections for renters are running out.

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Moscow lifted coronavirus restrictions today - at least sort of. Russian President Vladimir Putin used the occasion to make a big political announcement. Charles Maynes reports.

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On this edition of Regionally Speaking, we hear from LeAnn Angerman, Assistant Director of Lake County Board of Elections and Registration, about Tuesday's primary election, Andy Downs of the Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics at Purdue Ft. Wayne about races across the state. Then, Michale Puente, host of Off Mic, talks about the Southlake Mall protests on Sunday, in Hobart, IN.

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Steve and I are in two of the many cities where people protested over the weekend. The demonstrations started here in Minneapolis where George Floyd died in police custody.

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Robin Rokobauer doesn't like to chance it. When there's a hurricane, she almost always evacuates.

Rokobauer lives in Cocoa Beach, Fla., on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and the 153-mile-long Indian River Lagoon. Her mother is 93.

"She's got to have flushing toilets," Rokobauer says of her mother. "She's got to have fresh water. She's just got some physical needs that require that."

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The Feeling of Jazz – Spotlight on Lee Morgan

May 31, 2020

The Feeling of Jazz, program No. 389 airing May 31, 2020 featured a spotlight on American jazz trumpeter and composer Edward Lee Morgan (July 10, 1938 – February 19, 1972) in music presented by Kent Lindquist, while co-host Alan Corns presented music from Chet Baker, Count Basie, Nat Adderley and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth. 

8 p.m. Hour – Music by Title, Artist, Album (Record Label), Composer, Time Length  

Protests have erupted across the nation in response to the death of George Floyd, and some of the demonstrations have turned violent, leading political leaders and activists to debate over who is responsible.

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Indianapolis, IN - Police say two people are dead following shootings that occurred late Saturday night amid violent protests in downtown Indianapolis.

The deadly shootings happened at Market and Talbot streets and 10 E. Market St. Two people were also shot in the area of Alabama and New York streets, according to IMPD. Their condition was unknown.

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