NASTY WEATHER IN NE­BRASKA

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18 PRO­TEST­ERS AR­RESTED AF­TER OF­FI­CER’S AC­QUIT­TAL

Po­lice ar­rested 18 pro­test­ers early Satur­day as thou­sands gath­ered in St. Paul, Minn., af­ter a jury ac­quit­ted a po­lice of­fi­cer who shot and killed Phi­lando Castile.

Troop­ers for the Min­nesota State Pa­trol be­gan ar­rest­ing peo­ple af­ter is­su­ing three warn­ings for them to get off In­ter­state 94, ac­cord­ing to a state­ment from spokes­woman Tif­fani Niel­son.

Castile, a black mo­torist, was killed dur­ing a traf­fic stop last July by former Of­fi­cer Jeron­imo Yanez in Fal­con Heights, a St. Paul sub­urb. The shoot­ing re­ceived na­tional at­ten­tion when Castile’s girl­friend live- streamed the mo­ments af­ter he was shot.

TRUMPS TRADE REGAL FOR RUS­TIC AT CAMP DAVID

Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump chose sim­ple over swanky this week­end. Nearly five months into his pres­i­dency, Trump flew for the first time Satur­day to Camp David, the gov­ern­ment- owned re­treat in Mary­land’s Ca­toctin Moun­tains. A fre­quent week­end trav­eler, Trump has fa­vored his pala­tial res­i­dences in Florida and New Jer­sey over the wooded hide­away used by many pres­i­dents for a break from Wash­ing­ton.

Trump told for­eign newspa- pers ear­lier this year that Camp David was “very rus­tic,” and “you know how long you’d like it? For about 30 min­utes.”

Trump’s wife, Me­la­nia; their son, Bar­ron; and the first lady’s par­ents, Vik­tor and Amal­ija Knavs, joined the pres­i­dent for the overnight at Camp David. Trump is sched­uled to re­turn to the White House on Sun­day.

58 STILL MISS­ING, PRE­SUMED DEAD AF­TER FIRE IN LON­DON

Au­thor­i­ties in Lon­don said Satur­day that 58 peo­ple are miss­ing and pre­sumed dead from this week’s fire dis­as­ter at a Lon­don high- rise tower.

The up­date from po­lice came as Prime Min­is­ter Theresa May met for more than two hours at her of­fice at 10 Down­ing Street with sur­vivors of the high- rise fire. May has faced a bar­rage of crit­i­cism for the gov­ern­ment’s ini­tial re­sponse to the tragedy that au­thor­i­ties ini­tially said left at least 30 dead.

“The fig­ure of 58 are those who are miss­ing and that we have to pre­sume are dead,” said Com­man­der Stu­art Cundy, a spokesman for Lon­don’s Metropoli­tan Po­lice. “It might be that some of those are safe and well but for what­ever rea­son have not reached ( out) to let us know.”

NATI HARNIK, AP

Vin­cent and Lind­sey Mer­cado and their chil­dren walk past an over­turned truck and weath­er­dam­aged homes in the Hyda Hills neigh­bor­hood of Belle­vue, Neb., on Satur­day, af­ter a se­vere weather front passed through the pre­vi­ous evening.

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