Police Week, Toyota Moves in, Global Cyberattack: Your Monday Evening News Roundup

Good evening. Here are some stories you may have missed today.Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here.Ten months after Dallas police shooting, officers mourn and remember at National Police Memorial serviceNearly 200 Dallas officers flew to Washington for the National Police Week events, including the Monday memorial service, which brought 40,000 people outside the U.S. Capitol. They came to hear President Donald Trump and to see their law enforcement family turn out in force.The family members of the police officers killed in the downtown Dallas ambush on July 7 also attended.The Dallas Police Choir sang “Amazing Grace” at a candlelight vigil on Saturday night, after raising funds for the trip for several months. The Dallas Police Honor Guard attended, too.Several officers said that by the end of the week, they hoped to visit the National Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial itself, where there are several newly etched names in the marble. Among those names: Brent Thompson, the Dallas Area Rapid Transit officer killed in the line of duty, as well as Dallas police Sgt. Michael Smith, Senior Cpl. Lorne Ahrens, and Officers Michael Krol and Patrick Zamarripa.Commentary: City columnist Robert Wilonsky says politics and protest have no place at Dallas’ police memorial this week.  Continue reading...

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