Transcript for Violence erupts overnight in Minnesota
with the latest headlines for us. Good afternoon, faith. Good afternoon, Amy. Hope everyone is doing great on this Monday. We begin with the violence igniting overnight in Minnesota after that death of another black man at the hands of police. The tensions are erupting at a Brooklyn center police station. Officials using tear gas to clear the crowds. The Minnesota National Guard deployed after word spread of a traffic stop Sunday afternoon ending in the death of a 20-year-old black man shot by police, identified by family members as daunte Wright, police say the driver tried to elude them after they discovered an outstanding warrant for his arrest. And that incident taking place, just about ten miles from where the Derek chauvin trial now begins its third week. The ex-police officer accused in the murder of George Floyd. Family members planning to take the stand this week to testify about the kind of person Floyd was. Chauvin's attorney maintains the officer did not cause George Floyd's death. And now to the volcanic mess in the caribbean, inches of ash covering parts of the island of St. Vincent, looking like a battle zone about. About 16,000 residents rescued out of the most dangerous areas. Other islands affected, too. That ash was raining down on nearby Barbados as well. And prince Harry returns to the uk as Britons prepare to say good-bye to prince Philip. The funeral to be held Saturday in Windsor. Harry expected to walk the route with his brother and his father, the first reunion of Royals since Harry and wife Meghan's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. Meghan at home here in the U.S. Said to be under doctor's orders N the to travel. And finally, history on the green. Hideki matsuyama the first Japanese players ever to win the masters, donning that green jacket at Augusta national with pride of course after riding out a little trouble on the back nine, his caddie bowing at that last hole there. And the 29-year-old matsuyama managing to make history with his whole country watching every single stroke. You can just imagine the pressure there but he did it, Amy. I love that big smile on his face and green is a good color for him. Thank you very much. Yes, it is.
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