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The Houston tiger was found with help from a local businesswoman

Carole Baskin talks to CNN about the Bengal tiger that was missing in the Houston area and why she believes Congress should take action to prevent these types of wild animal trades.

5 things to know for May 17: Mideast violence, coronavirus, Capitol riot, US policing, Tigray

While the facts about Israel's airstrike on a Gaza building that housed media offices are complicated, the laws are "pretty simple," says David French, a Time columnist and former U.S. Army lawyer: The use of a civilian building by a military makes that building a "legitimate military target."

5 things to know for May 17: Mideast violence, coronavirus, Capitol riot, US policing, Tigray

The Southern Plains is on alert for severe storms Monday, as Texas braces for very large hail again. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for May 17: Mideast violence, coronavirus, Capitol riot, US policing, Tigray

CNN's Brian Stelter presses Israel Defense Force's spokesperson Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus for proof that the Israeli armed forces knew Hamas was occupying the Al Jala tower in Gaza before the airstrike.

After the Texas missing tiger saga, owning a big cat as a house pet might become illegal in the US

A 9-month-old Bengal tiger that was missing in the Houston area has been located unharmed and is being transferred to a wildlife animal sanctuary, according to police.

What we know about the Houston tiger that's been turned in after going missing for nearly a week

The 9-month-old Bengal tiger named India who was missing in Houston for almost a week has been found, officials say. Earlier, new video was released of Victor Hugo Cuevas, a man linked to the tiger, playing, kissing and laying with India, prior to the disappearance.

Child reporter who interviewed President Obama dies at age 23

Damon Weaver, who was 11 years old when he interviewed President Barack Obama in 2009, has died at the age of 23.

Virginia mom recruits four of her sons to work alongside her on the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic

Public health nurse Michele Fletcher has been working to get residents of Northern Virginia vaccinated. Her four sons decided to join the effort and work alongside their mom.

South Carolina sheriff announces changes to bond hearings following the death of a mentally ill Black man in custody

New video has been released of Jamal Sutherland, a Black man who died while in custody at a detention center in North Charleston, South Carolina on January 5, 2021.

Cat jumps from fifth floor of burning building, bounces and strolls away

Firefighters captured stunning video of a cat escaping a fire by leaping from an upper floor of a building and then walking away.

5 things to know for May 14: Covid-19, US policing, immigration, Afghanistan, Tigray

Daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres will end her highly successful show in 2022. Watch her emotional announcement.

5 things to know for May 14: Covid-19, US policing, immigration, Afghanistan, Tigray

Another cold start to the day in the Eastern US is contrasted by hot, dry conditions in the West. We are also monitoring storms forming in the Central US. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

Here's what these young Americans are looking forward to after getting their Covid-19 vaccines

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with some of the kids taking part in a coronavirus vaccine clinical trial.

5 things to know for May 14: Covid-19, US policing, immigration, Afghanistan, Tigray

Republican senators celebrate by removing their masks on Capitol Hill after the CDC's latest guidance that fully vaccinated individuals can go maskless both indoors and outdoors.

Others have tried free doughnuts, beers and gifts cards. Now, Ohio is betting millions to improve its vaccination rate

Republican Ohio Gov. Mike Dewine says awarding $1 million to five Ohioans who have gotten the Covid-19 shots via a lottery is a good way to incentivize people to get vaccinated.

A university president resigned after a recent plagiarized speech. It's not the first commencement address lifted

University of South Carolina president Bob Caslen resigned after admitting to plagiarizing part of a 2014 commencement speech given by former head of US Special Operations Command Admiral William McRaven.

The repair of a vital Memphis bridge could take 2 months, chief engineer says. The impacts are already being felt

The Hernando de Soto Bridge, which spans the Mississippi River, is shut down indefinitely after a crack was found during a routine inspection.

5 things to know for May 13: Pipeline hack, Congress, Covid, police, Mideast violence

Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe told Environmental Protection Agency nominee Radhika Fox that if she did not "behave," then "I'm going to talk to your daddy."

5 things to know for May 13: Pipeline hack, Congress, Covid, police, Mideast violence

Jack Frost's spring break brings subfreezing conditions into the Ohio Valley and record temperatures to the deep South. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for May 13: Pipeline hack, Congress, Covid, police, Mideast violence

CNN's Chris Cuomo talks with CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky about updating guidelines for vaccines, mask wearing and other guidance during the Covid-19 pandemic.

5 things to know for May 13: Pipeline hack, Congress, Covid, police, Mideast violence

House Republicans voted Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney out of her leadership position over her ongoing feud with President Trump and his false claim that he won the 2020 presidential election. CNN's Jessica Dean reports live from Capitol Hill.

5 things to know for May 6: Coronavirus, Facebook, economic relief, China, Colombia

New vaccine platforms are being developed that could transform access and ease of use for future pandemics, as well as for fighting existing diseases.

There are more tigers in captivity in the US than in the wild

Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue, discusses the tiger that is missing in Houston, Texas.

5 things to know for May 12: Coronavirus, Congress, Gaza, pipeline hack, voting

Heavy rain continues for the Gulf Coast as cool, May temperatures spread south. Specifically, Atlanta and the rest of Georgia will begin to see temperatures well below average. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for May 12: Coronavirus, Congress, Gaza, pipeline hack, voting

The family of Andrew Brown Jr. say despite what the D.A. has said, the footage shows he posed no threat to officers and was killed without justification.

'What happens if you don't have the shot?' Parents weigh whether to vaccinate their adolescents

The US Food and Drug Administration expanded the emergency use authorization for Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to include people ages 12 to 15. CNN's Sanjay Gupta looks at how the clinical trials unfolded.

A 1985 unsolved homicide case in Montana gets a big break in identifying the victim, thanks to DNA samples

After three decades, Montana police have been able to identify the skeletal remains of the woman found by a bear hunter in Missoula County as Janet Lee Lucas, a missing mother from Washington. KTMF's Angela Marshall reports.

5 things to know for May 11: Coronavirus, Gaza, pipeline hack, Russia, Myanmar

Some cities in the South have seen record rain in May, but a rush of cold air is in store this week. Meanwhile, the West stays hot and dry. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for May 11: Coronavirus, Gaza, pipeline hack, Russia, Myanmar

The Covid-19 crisis in India has affected the country's ability to distribute vaccines to other places in need, like Syria. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.

5 things to know for May 11: Coronavirus, Gaza, pipeline hack, Russia, Myanmar

President Joe Biden shares how his administration responded to the fallout of a ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline, which supplies much of the eastern United States its gasoline.

One school district wooed parents and students back with pandemic safety demos

Schools across the country are in the process of reopening for in-person learning with health and safety protocols differing from district to district. CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports.

5 things to know for May 10: Covid, Biden, pipeline hack, gun violence, Afghanistan

The South will see heavy rain followed by cold May temperatures, with some areas seeing temperatures up to 20 degrees below average. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for May 10: Covid, Biden, pipeline hack, gun violence, Afghanistan

NASA has lambasted China for its failure to "meet responsible standards" after debris from its out-of-control Long March 5B rocket likely plunged into the Indian Ocean west of Maldives.

5 things to know for May 10: Covid, Biden, pipeline hack, gun violence, Afghanistan

Brian Stelter says Covid-19 coverage is changing as cases dissipate in the United States, and it's important for media outlets to model the "new normal." Amanda Marcotte says journalists are feeling more "empowered to ask hard questions" of public health authorities. At the same time, David Zurawik points out, memories of the pandemic's peak are still fresh.

6 people killed at a Colorado Springs birthday party were part of the same extended family, a relative says

Six people were killed in a shooting during a birthday party at a Colorado Springs, Colorado, mobile home, according to police. The suspected shooter -- believed to be a boyfriend of one of the victims -- is also dead, police said.

Two women and a 4-year-old girl wounded in Times Square shooting, NYPD says

Two women and a 4-year-old girl, believed to be innocent bystanders, were wounded in a shooting at New York's Times Square, according to New York police. CNN's Alison Kosik has more.

Louisiana unveils civil rights markers honoring the courage of activists and the places they organized and boycotted for change

Nina Simone's bandleader talks about Simone's explosive protest song, 'Mississippi Goddamn', and why it almost sidelined the singer's career. '1968: The Year That Changed America' premiers on May 27 at 9p ET.

School district apologizes for offering support circles to White students following Chauvin trial

A California school district has apologized after offering a "White student support circle" in the wake of the Derek Chauvin verdict. CNN's Laura Jarrett reports.

After a watershed moment of violence, Asian Americans begin to speak out

The increase in anti-Asian hate and violence has forced many Asian Americans to have difficult conversations about race. For one family, dinnertime has turned into lessons on racism. But for another, a Korean-adoptee feels isolated from the AAPI community. Meanwhile, a college student has given up medical school to focus on his viral Asian-centric media company. CNN's Natasha Chen reports.

'This gives us hope.' George Floyd's family praises federal indictment of 4 former police officers

A federal grand jury has indicted four former Minneapolis police officers in connection with the death of George Floyd, alleging the officers violated Floyd's constitutional rights.

5 things to know for May 7: Coronavirus, GOP, school violence, voting limits, Brexit

It's looking more and more like Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney will lose her House leadership role due to her willingness to criticize former President Donald Trump. In this latest episode of The Point, CNN's Chris Cillizza explains what this potential ousting means for the GOP as a Party, and who is the likely replacement.

5 things to know for May 7: Coronavirus, GOP, school violence, voting limits, Brexit

US Capitol riot defendant Anthony Antonio was hooked on Fox News and developed "Foxitis" and believed the lies about the 2020 election, his lawyer said during a virtual court hearing.

5 things to know for May 7: Coronavirus, GOP, school violence, voting limits, Brexit

The Central US will see an increasing threat for severe storms this weekend followed by cool, spring temperatures. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

Washington, DC, police are looking for a suspect in the assault of an Asian store owner

CNN's Amara Walker takes a closer look at a study by "Stop AAPI Hate" that says anti-Asian attacks are on the rise in 2021.

Florida school district investigating recorded incident of student being paddled at elementary school

Employees at a Florida elementary school are under investigation after a mother recorded her 6-year-old daughter getting punished with a paddle by two women.

Finding magic in mentorship: How one CNN Hero inspired thousands of young women to write their own success stories

2014 CNN Hero Keren Taylor founded her mentorship program to keep girls from dropping out of school. Today, she's helped thousands of them write their own success story.

A Philadelphia physician raised $500,000 and is sending oxygen tanks to help India battle its Covid crisis

Thousands of miles away, the extensive Indian diaspora in the UK feels helpless as Covid ravages family and friends in the country. But some are doing everything they can to help: From cycling a virtual relay to Delhi and back, to holding online consultations for those unable to see a doctor in India.

5 things to know for May 6: Coronavirus, Facebook, economic relief, China, Colombia

South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor says restrictions on vaccine patents should be temporarily eased to help developing countries combat COVID-19.

5 things to know for May 6: Coronavirus, Facebook, economic relief, China, Colombia

After many cities and states in the South saw nearly a month's worth of rain in a few days, much of the East is now enjoying a break from summer-like temperatures. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for May 6: Coronavirus, Facebook, economic relief, China, Colombia

Facebook Oversight Board's Head of Communications Dex Hunter-Torricke discusses why the board thinks it's inappropriate to suspend Donald Trump's Facebook account indefinitely.

A mom and son sobbed as they reunited at the border after 3 years apart

Bryan Chavez was separated from his mom Sandra Ortiz at the US-Mexico border when he was 15 years old. Now 18, Chavez is hugging his mom for the first time.

A New Jersey high school teacher is filmed referring to George Floyd as a 'criminal' and cursing at students

A New Jersey teacher is suspended after an angry rant against George Floyd and Black Lives Matter is recorded on a student's phone. CNN's Alexandra Field has reports.

'I wish I had a concrete answer.' Oregon confronts perplexing vaccine hesitancy as Covid-19 cases rise

CNN's Lucy Kafanov reports on coronavirus vaccine hesitancy in rural Oregon and how the state is taking measures to combat this reluctance.

Family finds body of missing airman off Texas coast after Coast Guard suspends search

Family members of missing 22-year-old airman Elijah Posana found his body off the Texas coast, according to the Brazoria County Sheriff's Office. CNN affiliate KTRK reports.

5 things to know for May 5: Covid-19, Facebook, Mueller probe, Afghanistan, Israel

A new study reveals a link between Covid-19 falsehoods and people that get their news through conservative media outlets and social media. CNN's Brianna Keilar speaks with the study's co-author Kathleen Hall-Jamieson.

5 things to know for May 5: Covid-19, Facebook, Mueller probe, Afghanistan, Israel

CNN's John Avlon compares Robert Mueller's comments regarding his investigation to Attorney General William Barr's.

5 things to know for May 5: Covid-19, Facebook, Mueller probe, Afghanistan, Israel

After a multi-day severe storm threat, much of the South will see relief from hot temperatures, heavy rain, and tornadoes. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

There were four attacks, including an assault with a hammer, on Asian Americans in New York over the weekend

Police are investigating after a stranger attacked two Asian women with a hammer in New York leaving one with a deep cut on her head.

Derek Chauvin's attorney files motion for new trial

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chavin's lawyers have filed a motion for a new trial after he was convicted of second degree unintentional murder, second degree manslaughter, and third degree murder. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus has more.

Derek Chauvin's attorney files motion for new trial

Jury consultant Alan Tuerkheimer explains why there could be grounds for appeal in Derek Chauvin's case after a photo of one of the trial jurors showed him wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt at the March on Washington.

Falling ice kills climber in Alaska's Denali National Park

On average, six people die every week in the National Park system according to officials. The parks work hard and offer tips to keep hundreds of millions of yearly visitors safe.

Knoxville, Tennessee, is reeling after another Black high school student is killed -- this time by police

The April 12 police killing of Black teenager Anthony Thompson Jr. inside of a bathroom at Knoxville's Austin-East Magnet High School has sparked a wave of protests throughout the city. Thompson is the school's fifth student to die at the hands of gun violence this year, and many in the Black community say they've reached a boiling point. We go to the frontlines of demonstrations to speak with activists, teachers, and longtime city residents who say they're committed to disrupting the peace in order to call attention to systemic failures plaguing the Black community in Knoxville. CNN's Chris James reports.

NCAA budget report shows it spent $13.5 million more for men's 2018-19 basketball tournament than for women's

The NCAA is being criticized for the lack of amenities at the 2021 women's basketball tournament compared to men's tournament.

What it's like to be a black police officer, navigating two turbulent worlds

Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn speaks with CNN's Van Jones about the struggles he faces being a Black police officer in a time where tensions between police and communities of color are so high.

5 things to know for May 5: Covid-19, Facebook, Mueller probe, Afghanistan, Israel

The former president had his Facebook account cut off after the insurrection. But on Wednesday, Facebook's new oversight board will announce if he'll be allowed to use the platform again.

5 things to know for May 4: Covid, immigration, US military, opioids, South China Sea

CNN's Jake Tapper talks to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas about President Joe Biden's immigration agenda, including reporting that Biden will raise the refugee cap after facing criticism from Democrats.

Family of Andrew Brown Jr. remembers his life and calls for justice in his death at his funeral

The family of Andrew Brown Jr. gathered at a church in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, to remember his life and call for transparency and justice in his death after the 42-year-old was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies.

5 things to know for May 4: Covid, immigration, US military, opioids, South China Sea

After 27 years, Bill and Melinda Gates have decided to end their marriage.

5 things to know for May 4: Covid, immigration, US military, opioids, South China Sea

Today will mark the final day in a 3 day severe weather outbreak hat has impacted 18 states. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri explains what you can expect.

Oregon lawmaker accused of unlocking state Capitol door for protesters faces misdemeanor charges

Oregon Republican state Rep. Mike Nearman, who was accused of allowing protesters into the closed state Capitol building in December 2020 while lawmakers were debating Covid-19 restrictions, is now facing two misdemeanor charges according to court records.

5 things to know for May 3: Coronavirus, India, Afghanistan, North Korea, San Diego

CNN's David McKenzie journeys to ReconAfrica's remote exploratory wells in Namibia and speaks with local farmers who are afraid the rigs will poison their scarce water and kill their animals.

5 things to know for May 4: Covid, immigration, US military, opioids, South China Sea

An overpass carrying a subway train has collapsed in Mexico City, killing at least 23 people, according to local government officials. CCTV surveillance footage shows the moment the overpass collapsed. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

San Diego captain of suspected smuggling vessel in custody after boat overturned, killing 3. Here's what we know

CNN's Pamela Brown talks to Lifeguard Lt. Rick Romero with San Diego Fire and Rescue about a boat accident that's left 3 dead and at least 20 hospitalized.

5 things to know for May 3: Coronavirus, India, Afghanistan, North Korea, San Diego

W. Kamau Bell speaks with Vallejo Police Chief Shawny Williams about the changes he's making in the wake of a number of fatal police shootings and a badge bending investigation. "United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

4 dead, more than 20 hospitalized after suspected smuggling vessel overturns off San Diego

Three people are dead and nearly two dozen people were sent to hospitals after a vessel overturned off the coast of San Diego. CNN's Josh Campbell has the latest.

5 things to know for May 3: Coronavirus, India, Afghanistan, North Korea, San Diego

As people receive their Covid-19 vaccines across the US, one vaccination site in Virginia is letting those who get their shots share why they decided to get vaccinated.

5 things to know for May 3: Coronavirus, India, Afghanistan, North Korea, San Diego

Brian asks David Leonhardt about "irrational Covid fears" and, on the other hand, reckless rhetoric from the likes of Tucker Carlson. The bottom line, he says, is that it's "really important for us to start returning to normal." People will do so at their own pace, and that's okay, Zeynep Tufekci adds.

5 things to know for May 3: Coronavirus, India, Afghanistan, North Korea, San Diego

The threat for tornadoes increases in the Midwest while areas in the South expect damaging winds and hail. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

Gunman kills two and wounds another before being shot by police at a Wisconsin casino

Two people were killed and another was seriously wounded at a shooting at the Oneida Casino near Green Bay, Wisconsin, according to Lt. Kevin Pawlak of the Brown County Sheriff's Office.

He was adopted months after he was born. After decades of searching, he's finally met his birth family

CNN affiliate WXII reports on two North Carolina brothers who met for the first time after 60 years apart.

Feds launch human smuggling investigation after police find more than 90 people in Houston home

Houston police officers following up on a kidnapping report found more than 90 people jammed in a two-story home in what authorities said turned out to be a possible human smuggling operation.

Three Loveland police officers involved in violent arrest of elderly woman with dementia resign

Loveland, Colorado police officers laughed and joked as they watched body camera video of the arrest of a 73-year-old woman with dementia, according to footage released by the woman's attorney.

A Texas man mowing his lawn was killed after he was attacked by an aggressive swarm of bees

A man in Texas died unexpectedly after being attacked by a swarm of bees in his yard. The 70-year-old man was mowing his lawn in Breckenridge when he was attacked by a swarm of Africanized honey bees, also known as killer bees. CNN affiliate KTXS reports.

Grand jury indicts 8 in drinking-related death at Bowling Green fraternity party

Eight people were indicted in the death of Bowling Green State University student Stone Foltz, who died after drinking at a fraternity event. Wood County Prosecuting Attorney, Paul Dobson tells us more.

Covid forced too many parents to choose between work and helping their kids with remote classes. This CNN Hero is giving families the support to do both

Last September, CNN Hero Jennifer Maddox transformed her afterschool program into a center that has kept kids on track through remote learning while allowing their parents to go to work.

5 things to know for April 30: Coronavirus, police reform, security hacks, Afghanistan, Israel

Rain, snow and high winds are in store for the East Coast today while hot temperatures and heavy rain return to the South. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

Andrew Brown Jr.'s family and DA offer different accounts of his car's movements during the fatal police shooting

A North Carolina judge ruled that video from four body cameras associated with the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. will not be released publicly at this time. CNN's Jason Carroll reports.

California man who died in custody was restrained on his stomach for 5 minutes and lost consciousness, police body camera shows

Mario Arenales Gonzalez, 26, appeared to become unresponsive after Alameda Police held him on the ground for around five minutes. Police released body camera video and the 911 calls from the incident.

When a school principal married a Minneapolis cop, it shifted their perspectives -- and gave them hope

CNN's Adrienne Broaddus speaks a school principal who married a Minneapolis cop about their perspective on systematic racism in schools and police departments.

Michael Collins, Apollo 11 astronaut, has died at age 90

Astronaut Michael Collins, who flew on the Apollo 11 mission with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, spoke with CNN's Brian Stelter about the fragility of Earth, the unifying power of the mission and why he feels "NASA should be renamed the National Aeronautics and Mars Administration."

A juror in the Derek Chauvin trial says 'the evidence was overwhelming' against the ex-police officer

Thirty-one-year-old basketball coach Brandon Mitchell is the first juror to speak out that deliberated in the trial against Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd. He says the images from inside the courtroom are still troubling him.

New York City Department of Correction captain charged in death of inmate

A captain with the New York City Department of Corrections has been charged with criminally negligent homicide for allegedly ordering subordinates not to help a detainee as he hanged himself in a cell.

A Black woman was grabbed by her hair and pulled out of an SUV during a traffic stop in North Carolina, lawsuit says

Three law enforcement officers in North Carolina are accused of using excessive force after pulling over an older Black woman in 2019.

With virtual reality police training, Sacramento tries to 'get to a much better place'

With police training programs across the country under intense scrutiny after Derek Chauvin's murder conviction, one department in California is using several high-profile police killings of Black Americans as it trains the next generation of officers to better anticipate and respond to high-risk encounters. CNN's Ryan Young reports.

5 things to know for April 28: Covid-19, Biden, police violence, Boko Haram, Hungary

Surveillance video obtained by CNN shows some of the final moments before Andrew Brown Jr. was killed during an encounter with law enforcement. CNN correspondent Brian Todd reports.

When a school principal married a Minneapolis cop, it shifted their perspectives -- and gave them hope

Minneapolis Pastor Curtis Farrar discusses the death of George Floyd after Derek Chauvin was convicted of second-degree murder. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports.

5 things to know for April 28: Covid-19, Biden, police violence, Boko Haram, Hungary

Severe storms will threaten Texas with hail of up to 4 inches, damaging winds and possible tornadoes today, while summer-like temperatures are in store for the Eastern US. CNN meteorologist Chad Myers has the details.

On-duty NYPD officer dies after being struck by an intoxicated hit-and-run driver with a suspended license on the Long Island Expressway

NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio brief the media about a 43-year-old NYPD officer who was struck and killed on the Long Island Expressway by an intoxicated driver who fled the scene and was later arrested.

5 things to know for April 28: Covid-19, Biden, police violence, Boko Haram, Hungary

President Joe Biden cited new guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- which said vaccinated Americans do not have to wear masks outside in some situations -- to urge all Americans to go get a vaccine.

Demonstrators who are protesting the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. remain in streets after curfew

CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to Andrew Brown Jr.'s son, Khalil Ferebee, and Brown family attorney Harry Daniels about the 20 seconds of bodycam video of the fatal shooting by Pasquotank County sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

Minnesota AG says Derek Chauvin case restored his faith in humanity

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and CNN's Omar Jimenez discuss the importance of the video evidence in the Chauvin trial and the possibility of an appeal of the verdict.

Attorney for Andrew Brown Jr.'s family says video of fatal police shooting shows 'execution'

The family of a Black man who was fatally shot by police in North Carolina last week were shown a short snippet of police body camera footage that one family attorney described as an execution.

Man bowls perfect game with his father's ashes inside the ball

John Hinkle Sr. never bowled a perfect game before he died. That changed after his son bowled a perfect 300 using a ball containing Hinkle's ashes.

The Capitol riot is an eerie repeat of the tense Reconstruction era in America

Meet Claudette Colvin, a Civil Rights hero you've probably never heard of. In 1955, she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a bus -- 9 months before Rosa Parks. This is part of our "History Refocused" series -- stories from America's past you should have heard about, but probably didn't.

The Capitol riot is an eerie repeat of the tense Reconstruction era in America

History Refocused: Oscar James Dunn was one of 1,500 Black men elected to office during the Civil War Reconstruction period. Black voter turnout was at a high, thanks to a big push from President Lincoln and Congressional Republicans.

5 things to know for April 27: Coronavirus, census, police violence, abortion, China

CNN's Brianna Keilar takes a look at how some evangelical pastors have spread misinformation about the pandemic and have advised their constituents against taking the coronavirus vaccine.

5 things to know for April 27: Coronavirus, census, police violence, abortion, China

Over 100 cities look to set records as warmth expands from coast to coast. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

An Arizona wildfire that's 'raging out of control' prompts evacuation orders for about 200 homes

Extremely dry conditions, strong winds and hot temperatures have 6 states on high alert for wildfires. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for April 26: Covid-19, White House, SCOTUS, police violence, Oscars

Patients may not know when race correction is used in their treatment, but a new generation of medical students is calling on doctors to re-think the common practice. Read more about race correction in medicine.

NYPD investigates 6 attacks at 4 synagogues over a two-day span

The New York Police Department's Hate Crimes Task Force is now investigating four of six recent attacks at different Bronx synagogues as possible hate crimes, NYPD Detective Francis Sammon said. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro has the details.

Attorney for Andrew Brown Jr.'s family says video of fatal police shooting shows 'execution'

Andrew Brown's family attorneys Benjamin Crump and Chantel Cherry-Lassiter discuss what was on the 20 second snippet of bodycam footage Brown's relatives were able to view and the decision by the Elizabeth City, North Carolina attorney's office to not show the family the full video.

Attorney for Andrew Brown Jr.'s family says video of fatal police shooting shows 'execution'

Attorneys for the family of Andrew Brown, Jr. say that police have still not allowed them to view police bodycam video of the incident.

5 things to know for April 26: Covid-19, White House, SCOTUS, police violence, Oscars

An unarmed man was shot by a Virginia sheriff's deputy about an hour after the same deputy gave the man a ride home, Virginia State Police confirmed to CNN. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.

Hundreds of Joshes battle it out with pool noodles to defend their name

The viral event #JoshFight challenged anyone with the name Josh to show up for a raucous pool noodle fight in Lincoln, Nebraska. Find out who won the title of "ultimate Josh."

North Carolina sheriff says he wants footage of Andrew Brown Jr. police shooting made public and may file motion Monday

The mayor of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, says her city is a microcosm of what is happening across the country, as city officials announced they are filing a formal request to release bodycam footage in the police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

UPS driver sprints across busy street to rescue a young boy pinned under a heavy package

A UPS driver in Illinois ran and helped a boy trapped under a large package.

Students hope vaccine mandate will bring life back to college

While some US colleges and universities are requiring students to get the coronavirus vaccine, others are still hesitant, fearing legal consequences. CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports.

A New Hampshire explosion was triggered by a gender reveal party, police say

Partygoers in New Hampshire detonated around 80 pounds of explosives, Kingston police said in a statement. They used an explosive called Tannerite, a target used for firearms practice that also comes in a gender-reveal variety. HLN's Robin Meade has more.

So you raised money for others during the pandemic. Here's how to handle the tax bill you're about to get

Nick Nicolaou risked everything to keep his three New York City movie theaters afloat during the pandemic. He's now reopening in a landscape significantly more reliant on streaming. CNN's Clare Sebastian meets some of the people trying to survive in this changing industry.

Andrew Brown Jr.'s family met with the sheriff, but were not shown bodycam footage of his death

CNN's Brian Todd spoke with Demetria Williams, a neighbor who watched the events unfold. "By the time I got here, they was standing behind his car he was trying to get away," Demetria Williams who lives just down the road told CNN.

5 things to know for April 23: Police violence, Covid, climate, Indonesian sub, Mars

Cold temperatures weaken in the east, a severe storm threat begins for the south, and critical fire weather remains in the west. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin breaks down each threat and how they will impact the weekend.

5 things to know for April 23: Police violence, Covid, climate, Indonesian sub, Mars

China's government has responded to a CNN investigation on children from China's Xinjiang region who were ripped from their families. Amnesty International estimates Beijing's policy towards ethnic Uyghur Muslims has split up thousands of families. A CNN team began looking into this after the exiled parents of several children unsuccessfully pleaded for Chinese officials to allow their kids to leave the country. Desperate for answers and to reunite with their kids they turned to CNN. Since the broadcast of our story, however, the Chinese government and state media have launched a concerted campaign to discredit CNN's reporting and claim the parents are "terrorists." CNN's David Culver reports.

Ma'Khia Bryant should be remembered as a loving teenager, her mother says

Paula Bryant, the mother of Ma'Khia Bryant, talks with CNN's Chris Cuomo about the death of her daughter who was fatally shot by police.

Group of Texas students disciplined after they pretended to auction Black classmates in social media group chat

Multiple high school students in Texas are facing disciplinary action after they created a social media group pretending to auction off their Black peers. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.

5 things to know for April 23: Police violence, Covid, climate, Indonesian sub, Mars

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg tells CNN's Poppy Harlow about the company's global Covid-19 "symptom map" and how it is combating Covid-19 misinformation on the platform.

Long Island authorities are looking for a man who threw acid in a college student's face

A New York woman, who was attacked in her driveway, is hoping for answers, as police are searching for the man who threw a cup of acid in her face.

5 things to know for April 23: Police violence, Covid, climate, Indonesian sub, Mars

President Joe Biden kicked off a climate summit attended by dozens of world leaders by announcing an ambitious cut in greenhouse gas emissions as he looks to put the US back at the center of the global effort to address the climate crisis and curb carbon emissions. CNN's Bill Weir reports.

Alternate juror in Derek Chauvin trial says medical expert convinced her of ex-officer's guilt

An alternate juror from the Derek Chauvin trial speaks to CNN about the experience.

Daunte Wright's mother says she 'never imagined' she'd be standing there at his funeral

Daunte Wright's aunt, Naisha, speaks with CNN's Brianna Keilar shortly before his funeral. Wright's killing is the latest in a string of deaths of Black men during police encounters in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

He's handled some of Minnesota's most high-profile deaths. Today, he's hosting Daunte Wright's funeral

CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports on a Black-owned funeral home in Minnesota which helped organize George Floyd's funeral and is now preparing for the funeral of Daunte Wright.

5 things to know for April 22: Police reform, Covid, voter suppression, Biden, Turkey

Earth Day brings record cold for much of the East, but warmer temperatures are on the way. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

Investigators believe Kristin Smart's body was buried and 'recently' moved, court document says

After decades of investigation, police arrested a father and son in the missing persons case of Kristin Smart. Paul Flores has been charged with murder.

Witnesses describe chaotic scene in deputy-involved shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.

A man was fatally shot while deputies were serving a warrant in the North Carolina city of Elizabeth City. CNN's Nick Valencia has the details.

Here are some of the cases the US Justice Department may look into as they investigate Minneapolis policing practices

The US Justice Department announced it was launching a federal civil investigation into the Minneapolis Police Department, following the murder convictions of former officer Derek Chauvin. CNN's Sara Sidner has the latest.

5 things to know for April 22: Police reform, Covid, voter suppression, Biden, Turkey

A Columbus, Ohio, police officer shot and killed a Black teenage girl after she allegedly attempted to cut two females with a knife, according to officials and body camera footage. The bodycam footage has been put in slow motion and blurred by the Columbus Division of Police.

Sighs of relief at the Chauvin guilty verdict, but activists say the work on racial justice is far from over

CNN's Josh Campbell describes the tense moment inside the court room as Judge Peter Cahill read out the guilty verdict in Derek Chauvin's murder trial.

5 things to know for April 21: Chauvin trial, coronavirus, infrastructure, Russia and China, Chad

Speaking to CNN's Don Lemon, Bernice King, CEO of the King Center and daughter of the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., reacts to the verdict in Derek Chauvin's trial.

Justice may have been served in the legal sense, but true justice would be George Floyd still being alive

Philonise Floyd, the brother of George Floyd, reacts to the guilty verdict in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of his brother.

Derek Chauvin found guilty of all three charges for killing George Floyd

People are seen cheering and celebrating as they first heard news that Derek Chauvin was guilty on all counts in the death of George Floyd.

How Minneapolis Police first described the murder of George Floyd, and what we know now

Former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted on all three charges by a jury in the Hennepin County court. The 12 jurors found him guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in George Floyd's death in May 2020.

A teen with 'a cell phone and sheer guts' is credited for Derek Chauvin's murder conviction

CNN's Van Jones reacts to Derek Chauvin being convicted on all charges in the death of George Floyd.

5 things to know for April 21: Chauvin trial, coronavirus, infrastructure, Russia and China, Chad

Over 80 million are waking up to sub-freezing temperatures and record cold. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for April 21: Chauvin trial, coronavirus, infrastructure, Russia and China, Chad

Celeste Wallander, former Special Assistant to President Obama on Russia, says the White House is preparing for a productive relationship with the Kremlin.

Man held in connection with grocery shooting in West Hempstead, New York, police say

A shooting at a Stop & Shop in West Hempstead, New York, has left one employee dead and two others wounded as Nassau County police are still searching for Gabriel DeWitt Wilson who is a "person of interest" they believe to be the shooter.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

Bernard Madoff, whose name became synonymous with financial fraud, died while serving a 150-year sentence in Federal Prison. He was 82 years old.

5 things to know for April 20: Chauvin trial, Covid-19, Indianapolis, QAnon, Mars

NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has made history with the first-ever powered flight on Mars.

5 things to know for April 20: Chauvin trial, Covid-19, Indianapolis, QAnon, Mars

Millions across central US will experience sub-freezing temperatures as unseasonably cold air returns to the region. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

George Floyd's brother bonds with Emmett Till's cousin over brutal, public deaths decades apart

The families of Emmett Till and George Floyd, two people whose deaths have become linked to the civil rights movement in the US, are now bonding over their shared tragedies that took place 65 years apart. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

Jury resumes deliberations in Derek Chauvin's trial in death of George Floyd

The prosecution and defense made their closing arguments during Derek Chauvin's trial for the death of George Floyd.

5 things to know for April 20: Chauvin trial, Covid-19, Indianapolis, QAnon, Mars

Walter Mondale, the former Democratic senator from Minnesota and vice president under Jimmy Carter has died. He was 93 years old. CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports.

Authorities arrest a former sheriff's detective wanted in Austin, Texas, shooting that left 3 dead

CNN's Brianna Keilar and John Berman list the everyday locations in which mass shootings -- where four or more people are shot -- have taken place in the US.

America's violent weekend: US rocked by back-to-back shootings across the country

Police identified the suspect, still at large, behind a deadly shooting in Austin, Texas, as Stephen Nicholas Broderick, a former Travis County Sheriff's Office detective who was charged with the sexual assault of a child, Travis County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Kristen Dark told CNN. CNN has reached out to the Travis County prosecutor for more information and is working to obtain the affidavit in the June 2020 case.

Jury begins deliberations in Derek Chauvin's trial in death of George Floyd

CNN's Elie Honig breaks down what to watch for as closing arguments commence in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd.

A Minnesota National Guard and police team were shot at in a drive-by shooting, official says

A Minnesota National Guard and Minneapolis police team was providing neighborhood security in Minneapolis when they were fired upon in a drive-by shooting, the state National Guard said in a news release. No team members were seriously injured, though two National Guard members suffered minor injuries: One was injured by shattered glass and taken to a local hospital, while the other suffered "only superficial injuries," the statement said.

5 things to know for April 19: Shootings, Covid, immigration, police violence, Russia

Experts say coverage should be holistic, not episodic. Abene Clayton, the lead reporter for the Guns and Lies in America project for The Guardian, says that reporters should "spread their time and attention on gun violence equitably" and says media coverage tends to favor shooting stories with "surprise value." Kyle Pope also weighs in.

5 things to know for April 19: Shootings, Covid, immigration, police violence, Russia

Another push of cold air into the Plains could break temperature records through Wednesday. Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

America's violent weekend: US rocked by back-to-back shootings across the country

Three people were killed and two others injured with gunshot wounds in a shooting at The Somers House Tavern in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, Kenosha County Sheriff's Department spokesperson Sgt. David Wright told CNN.

Indianapolis FedEx shooter bought two weapons used in killings legally last year despite FBI concerns

CNN's Jason Carroll speaks to family members of Jasvinder Kaur and Amarjit Sekhon, two victims of a mass shooting at a FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis, where eight people were killed.

Minnesota governor expresses regret for mistreatment of journalists during Daunte Wright demonstrations

With jury deliberations nearing in Derek Chauvin's trial over the death of George Floyd, Minneapolis and other US cities are preparing for protests and possible civil unrest.

The Sikh community is in mourning as 4 members were among the victims of the Indianapolis shooting

Satjeet Kaur, Executive Director of the Sikh Coalition, discusses the deadly mass shooting at a FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis in which four members of the Sikh community were among the victims.

Woman with dementia sues city of Loveland, police officers, alleging excessive use of force in 2020 arrest

73-year-old Karen Garner is suing the city of Loveland, Colorado and three police officers, alleging excessive use of force.

2 transgender women killed in shootings at separate Charlotte hotels

Authorities are investigating the killing of two transgender women in separate incidents in Charlotte, North Carolina. CNN affiliate WBTV reports.

Police ID gunman who killed 8 people at an Indianapolis FedEx facility as 19-year-old former employee

A gunman who opened fire at a FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis has been identified as a former employee. Eight people were killed and several others were wounded before the gunman took his own life, police said. CNN's Jason Carroll reports.

San Antonio police officer wounded and two people dead after shooting during traffic stop, police say

Two people are dead and police officer was wounded after a traffic stop ended in gunfire, according to the San Antonio, Texas, police chief.

He's a cop. He's 91. And he has no plans to retire

Arkansas police officer L.C. "Buckshot" Smith has worked in law enforcement for more than 56 years, and with his 92nd birthday coming up in May, he says he'll retire "when the good lord says so." CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Indianapolis was already seeing a spike in homicides when a gunman killed 8 at a FedEx facility

At least eight people were killed in shooting at an FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, police said. A FedEx worker describes what he heard at the scene.

Authorities were warned about FedEx gunman Brandon Hole's potential for violence, sources say

Officer Genae Cook of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department holds a press conference following the mass shooting at a Fedex facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.

5 things to know for April 16: Indianapolis, coronavirus, police violence, Cuba, UK

A pyramid-shaped object seen flying through the sky has been confirmed by the Pentagon as an unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).

5 things to know for April 16: Indianapolis, coronavirus, police violence, Cuba, UK

The Biden administration targeted Russia with sweeping sanctions and diplomatic expulsions, punishing Moscow for its interference in the 2020 US election, its SolarWinds cyberattack and its ongoing occupation in Crimea.

The police shooting of Daunte Wright has sparked nights of protests and days of fast-moving case developments

Daunte Wright's aunt, Naisha Wright, speaks about the death of her nephew who was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minneapolis.

Derek Chauvin says he will not testify at trial and testimony ends. Closings are set for Monday

Former police officer Derek Chauvin invoked his Fifth Amendment right at his trial for the death of George Floyd, as the trial nears its final stages.

5 things to know for April 16: Indianapolis, coronavirus, police violence, Cuba, UK

Winter's final stand includes cold temperatures and snow for the Northeast and the Rockies, but in the South, the chance for flooding remains. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

The flash flood threat will grow into the weekend for the Gulf Coast, as the caravan of rain and storms continues. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

Many Evangelicals say they won't be vaccinated against Covid-19. Some experts say distrust and misinformation have played a role

CNN's Elle Reeve reports on the misinformation and distrust that has contributed to many Evangelicals saying they won't get the coronavirus vaccine.

Daunte Wright's mother says 'justice isn't even a word to me' as ex-officer makes court appearance

CNN's Miguel Marquez reports on the ongoing protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, following the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

Many in the Mississippi Delta already struggled with a lack of access to health care, the Internet, public transportation and healthy food. The Covid-19 pandemic amplified those problems.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

"Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" wigmaker Mia Neal and a colleague are the first Black women ever nominated for Hair & Makeup Oscars. David Daniel has the story.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

President Joe Biden used his personal experience with his son Beau, who served in Iraq, to underscore the generational impact of the the US war in Afghanistan.

Protesters gather at Brooklyn Center police station hours after ex-officer is charged in the death of Daunte Wright

Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second-degree manslaughter, a prosecutor said. Authorities say Potter shot and killed Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, in a Minneapolis suburb after a traffic stop. Someone convicted of this charge would face a sentence of up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $20,000.

Here's what we know about Kim Potter, the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright

CNN's Sunlen Serfaty takes a look at the life and career of Kim Potter, the veteran police officer in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, who fatally shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

Many Evangelicals say they won't be vaccinated against Covid-19. Some experts say distrust and misinformation have played a role

Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to Fox News host Tucker Carlson after Carlson suggested Covid-19 vaccines are not effective.

5 things to know for April 14: Covid, police violence, Afghanistan, Russia, abortion

Areas across the Gulf Coast region will see more rain which could lead to flash flooding. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

A friend of Philando Castile had warned of another police-involved shooting before hearing Daunte Wright was killed

CNN's Sara Sidner talks with a protester about what he hopes will change from the third night of protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, following the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

Former medical examiner says George Floyd died due to his heart disease -- not Derek Chauvin

Barry Brodd, a former police officer and use-of-force expert for the defense, testified that Derek Chauvin's actions were "justified" and that it was not a use of deadly force.

Investigators in Kristin Smart case serve search warrant at the home of the prime suspect's father

Police speak after two men have been arrested in connection with the disappearance of Kristin Smart, the California college student who vanished in 1996.

Her sons held hands, cried and crossed the border alone

CNN's Rosa Flores reports on migrants who were expelled by the Biden administration living in squalor, fearing returning home, across the border in Reynosa, Mexico.

Use-of-force expert for defense says Derek Chauvin was justified in kneeling on George Floyd

A defense expert witness in Derek Chauvin's trial for the murder trial of George Floyd testifies that the former police officer's actions were "justified."

Protests and police clash in third night of protests after death of Daunte Wright

Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Mayor Mike Elliott says that the police officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright along with Police Chief Tim Gannon have tendered their resignation.

Daunte Wright called his mother right before he was shot. This is what he said

Katie Wright speaks about the last time she spoke to her son, Daunte Wright, before he was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minneapolis.

Daunte Wright called his mother right before he was shot. This is what he said

Daunte Wright's family attorney Jeffrey Storms speaks to CNN's John Berman following the release of bodycam footage by Brooklyn Center Police showing the moment Wright was shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minnesota. Police Chief Tim Gannon has said he believes the officer meant to deploy a Taser instead of her gun when she shot Wright.

Teachers are choosing to quit rather than go back to school while pandemic lingers

Teacher retirements are up in several parts of the country. CNN's Bianna Golodryga speaks with teachers who left their jobs over concerns about returning to the classroom.

Yes, police can pull you over for hanging an air freshener in your car

Brooklyn Center Police have released bodycam footage showing the moment Daunte Wright was shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minnesota. Police Chief Tim Gannon said he believes the officer accidentally drew her handgun instead of a Taser in the encounter with Wright. A warning, this video is very graphic, and you may find it disturbing.

Here's what we know about Kim Potter, the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright

It was the second night of demonstrations after the 20-year-old was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

Virginia AG investigates possible 'pattern of misconduct' at Windsor PD

CNN's Don Lemon speaks to Jonathan Arthur, attorney for US Army officer 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario. Nazario is suing two Virginia police officers after they drew guns, pepper sprayed him and pushed him to the ground during a traffic stop in December 2020. One officer has since been fired.

Officer who shot Daunte Wright dead during traffic stop has resigned, mayor says

CNN's Don Lemon talks to Daunte Wright's aunt Naisha Wright about the traffic stop that ended with her nephew being shot and killed by a police officer.

The officer involved in a shooting at a Knoxville high school is identified as a 20-year police department veteran

One person has died and a police officer was injured after a shooting at a high school in Knoxville, Tennessee, police said in a news release.

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Minnesota Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 594427

Reported Deaths: 7389
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Hennepin1229681733
Ramsey51530876
Dakota46037452
Anoka41844440
Washington26983283
Stearns22293222
St. Louis17814305
Scott17324126
Wright16121140
Olmsted1326598
Sherburne1175388
Carver1051245
Clay816792
Rice8075108
Blue Earth751941
Crow Wing666990
Kandiyohi657383
Chisago603251
Otter Tail575878
Benton572397
Goodhue478772
Douglas468576
Mower466732
Winona455150
Itasca440556
McLeod425459
Isanti424864
Morrison419860
Nobles408148
Beltrami397859
Steele389315
Polk384968
Becker381153
Lyon361251
Carlton346054
Freeborn342129
Pine329122
Nicollet326443
Brown305840
Mille Lacs305353
Le Sueur293123
Todd282832
Cass274628
Meeker257340
Waseca236522
Martin230932
Roseau209419
Wabasha20643
Hubbard190241
Dodge18543
Renville180543
Redwood174537
Houston172016
Cottonwood165823
Fillmore156710
Wadena156122
Pennington153719
Faribault152619
Chippewa152438
Kanabec145126
Sibley143910
Aitkin135336
Watonwan13329
Rock128419
Jackson121812
Pipestone116026
Yellow Medicine114220
Pope11096
Murray10639
Swift105818
Stevens91511
Marshall88117
Clearwater87016
Koochiching84315
Wilkin81612
Lake81120
Lac qui Parle75322
Big Stone6004
Lincoln5813
Grant5788
Mahnomen5539
Norman5409
Unassigned49593
Kittson48622
Red Lake3987
Traverse3705
Lake of the Woods3273
Cook1660

Iowa Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 367374

Reported Deaths: 5946
CountyCasesDeaths
Polk57696628
Linn20903335
Scott20071242
Black Hawk15825308
Woodbury15141228
Johnson1449883
Dubuque13382209
Dallas1118698
Pottawattamie11140168
Story1062848
Warren577889
Clinton556193
Cerro Gordo541289
Sioux514574
Webster512293
Marshall483275
Muscatine4812100
Des Moines458966
Wapello4305122
Buena Vista424940
Jasper419472
Plymouth401280
Lee376255
Marion363175
Jones299157
Henry292037
Carroll286052
Bremer284960
Crawford266240
Boone265134
Benton256655
Washington253950
Dickinson248543
Mahaska230451
Jackson222142
Clay215725
Kossuth215564
Tama209871
Delaware209741
Winneshiek196935
Page192722
Buchanan191532
Cedar190123
Hardin185743
Fayette185241
Wright184637
Hamilton180249
Harrison179673
Clayton169756
Butler165034
Madison162519
Mills162422
Floyd161142
Cherokee159038
Lyon158241
Poweshiek154934
Allamakee151451
Iowa148924
Hancock148434
Winnebago142631
Cass138654
Calhoun138413
Grundy136433
Emmet134240
Jefferson132735
Shelby130937
Sac130519
Union128333
Louisa128149
Appanoose128049
Mitchell126442
Chickasaw124116
Guthrie121530
Franklin120821
Humboldt119126
Palo Alto112823
Howard104622
Montgomery103338
Clarke100224
Unassigned9720
Keokuk95931
Monroe95229
Ida90635
Adair86532
Pocahontas85522
Davis83524
Monona82730
Osceola78816
Greene77710
Lucas77223
Worth7498
Taylor66012
Fremont6229
Decatur6089
Van Buren55918
Ringgold55824
Wayne53923
Audubon50910
Adams3384
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