The Woolworth bar in Birmingham has also been criticized for its second apology after the first was deemed inadequate.
The threat sparked fears that white supremacists could target protests over the death of George Floyd.
The state attorney general said Monday in a statement that the city will be fined $25,000 should the statue be removed.
"I understand the frustration and the anger that you have. Allow me to finish the job for you," Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin told the crowd,
The girl was found uninjured when she was found at Weil Wreck Service in Birmingham. She was taken into child protective services.
"We're saying preserve something ... that's a slap in the face to black residents in this city, who are 74 percent of this city," Mayor Randall Woodfin said.
"Our beliefs are not here to be changed," a speaker told protesting parents and pupils.
"We have his car and we have his driver's license and identification, which he left in his pants," a detective said.
Police discovered a .38 revolver during the arrest.
"We would move the washing machine and suddenly there'd be six faces looking at you," said one animal welfare inspector.
"We have a responsibility to protect our schools from gun violence, accidental or otherwise."
Police searched addresses in London, Birmingham and elsewhere after the attack that left three dead, plus the attacker.
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Network Rail raised "safety concerns" relating to those playing Pokemon Go close to live train tracks.
The online retail giant plans to offer delivery within 30 minutes.
One staff member was hit by flaming bottle and police are investigating racial hate motive.
The bacteria's presence increased the risk of anyone who consumed it becoming ill.
More than 1,000 girls as young as ten are being put through the "brutal" practice in the U.K.
MP Jess Phillips said Britain should not "rest on our laurels" when women in the country experience regular violence
Officials said an 8-year-old boy "viciously attacked" 1-year-old Kelcia Lewis because she wouldn't stop crying.
Mary Badham, who played Jean Louise Finch in the 1962 "Mockingbird" film, praises Harper Lee's new novel.