Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said no-one was injured in the attack on Southeast Houston police station.
Seattle Police said they are investigating a shooting inside the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP).
At least two people were shot and one was killed inside Seattle's Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP) area early Saturday morning, and police say they are investigating despite abandoning the closest station to protesters earlier this month.
Though initial reports from witnesses said the man fired on protesters, no one was injured in the incident and the suspect is in police custody.
He claimed to shoot a man in self-defense.
Devin Brosnan, who prosecutors say stood on Brooks' shoulders as he lay dying, has been charged with aggravated assault and violating his oath.
Terron Boone was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies in Rosamond, California, a town 20 miles north of Palmdale, where Fuller was found hanged.
L. Chris Stewart, the Brooks' family attorney, said the reason why Brooks was killed was because the value of African American males' lives "doesn't mean too much to officers nowadays."
A man police say was with an "inebriated" group were refused entry into the bar. He got a rifle from his car and began shooting before fleeing the scene. No one was killed.
The suspected gunman's father says his son has mental illnesses and often thinks he's a special agent or a soldier under attack in a war zone.
Authorities are looking for Mason James Lira, 26, in connection with the shooting.
The officer is in "serious but stable" condition and law enforcement is searching for the suspect.
A California sheriff's deputy was killed and two other law enforcement officers were injured after being ambushed with gunfire and explosives while pursuing a suspect, authorities said.
A spokesperson for the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Public Information said in a Tuesday statement to Newsweek, "Confirmed police involved shooting unrelated to protests/looting."
Body cameras worn by the officers reportedly had been deactivated, leaving no footage of the incident, said Louisville Mayor Gary Fischer on Monday.
United States Air Force officials say an early Monday morning shooting incident has left two members of the 319th Reconnaissance Wing dead.
Chicago recorded its most violent Memorial Day weekend in years, with nine dead and at least 36 others injured with more than 24 hours left in the unofficial start to summer 2020.
Kelvin Watson, 27, has been charged with attempted first-degree murder after the shooting at the Waffle House restaurant.
Investigators say 28-year-old Leemarkese Deangelo Melson allegedly left a loaded handgun within reach of children at an address in LaGrange, Georgia.
The 26-year-old EMT was sleeping inside her home when the police department entered to execute a search warrant for an individual connected to a narcotics investigation.
"The [Louisville Metro Police] Department has not provided any answers regarding the facts and circumstances of how this tragedy occurred," said attorney Benjamin Crump on Monday.
"Why would you videotape it? Why didn't he do anything to help? Why didn't he reach out right after the shooting?" Wanda Cooper-Jones asked.
The 12-year-old victim was found with a gunshot wound to his chest by Griffin Police Department officers who responded to 608 Hammock Street in the city at about 7:40 p.m. on Saturday.
People had gathered in the park despite local and state government orders discouraging large crowds to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The two injured males were the shooters, the sheriff's office said. None of those injured are in a life-threatening condition.
Protestors demand the resignation of two district attorneys, Jackie Johnson and George Barnhill, after they recused themselves from the Ahmaud Arbery investigation.
On what would have Ahmaud Arbery's 26th birthday, more than 690,000 sign a petition demanding for justice while others attend rallies in Georgia and Florida.
Two suspects were arrested Thursday by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in the murder of black Georgia jogger Ahmaud Arbery, an event Georgia Governor Brian Kemp called "horrific."
Arbery's attorney Ben Crump told Newsweek that they are now trying to "engage with the Georgia Bureau of Investigations, and let them know that there is probable cause to arrest these killers."