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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he would like to see the police bodycam video of the shooting of a black man in Milwaukee released soon, as long as making it public would not impede an ongoing investigation. Walker told WISN TV Sunday that transparency could help calm the situation. He says it's important for the public to know that an independent investigation is being conducted by the Wisconsin Department of Justice.

NEW YORK (AP) — Port Authority police say they have not found any firearms, rounds of ammunition, shell casings or other evidence of gunfire at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. Reports of shots fired Sunday night appear to be unfounded. Police evacuated Terminal 8 and Terminal 1 as a precaution after receiving reports of shots fired around 9:30 p.m.

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards says more than 10,000 people are in shelters and more than 20,000 people have been rescued across south Louisiana because of widespread flooding. The governor says the Baton Rouge River Center in the capital city's downtown will be opened Sunday as a shelter to handle the large numbers of evacuees. The federal government has declared a major disaster in four parishes. At least four people have died.

UNDATED (AP) — Two wildfires continue to burn in California. Officials say about 4,000 people have fled their homes as a growing wildfire in Northern California burns into a town and destroys at least 10 homes. Cal Fire officials say the blaze about 90 miles north of San Francisco has grown to nearly 5 square miles. Meanwhile, a 6-square-mile fire near Nacimiento Lake in central California has destroyed 12 homes and threatens 150 more.

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (shin-zoh ah-bay) is staying away from a Tokyo shrine that honors convicted war criminals among the war dead, apparently not to spark controversy from neighboring countries as Japan marks the 71st anniversary of the end of World War II. Abe's last visit in 2012 drew sharp rebukes from China and South Korea. They see Yasukuni as a symbol of Japan's wartime militarism. Abe will attend a state memorial ceremony Monday.

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