News Briefs: Nov. 10


The Riley County Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred on Friday afternoon. Police were dispatched after 2 p.m. to The District apartment complex, and upon arrival, found a wounded individual with non-lifethreatening injuries, KSNT reports.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg began taking steps to enter the presidential race. Bloomberg qualified for the Democratic primary in Alabama but has yet to make an official campaign announcement as of Sunday afternoon. Current candidates have mixed reactions to the newcomer, including Senator Elizabeth Warren and entrepreneur Andrew Yang.

The Kansas City Missouri Police Department investigates an early Sunday morning shooting at an adult nightclub. Fox 4 reported four people were treated for “non-life-threatening injuries.” Police have detained several individuals to determine their involvement. The report states that there were apparently multiple shooters and dozens of shots fired.

Toys for Manhattan, a local charitable organization, is looking for a building. Director Judy Padgett told the Manhattan Mercury she is looking to occupy a heated, 10,000-square-foot or larger building until the end of December. The organization provides donated items to parents who can’t afford to buy toys for their children.

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