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The process of killing a former Dallas police officer accused of fatally shooting a neighbor resumes

The trial of a former police officer , who shot and killed her unarmed black neighbor, is scheduled to resume Monday. 31

-year-old Amber Geiger, who is white, is accused of shooting and killing 26-year-old Botham Gene inside what she mistakenly considered a third-floor apartment. On the night of the shooting, Geiger had parked on the fourth floor of her apartment complex instead of the third and was able to enter Jean's unit for a faulty lock and latch. She demanded self-defense, saying that Jean had thrown herself at her as she called to show him her hands. On Friday, she expressed remorse for the murder, saying, "I feel like a terrible person."

Dismissed Dallas police officer Amber Geiger becomes emotional while testifying in his murder trial, Friday, September 27, 2019 in Dallas. Geiger has been charged with the shooting and killing of Botham Jean, an unarmed 26-year-old neighbor in his own apartment last year. She told police she considered his apartment his own and that he was an intruder. (Photo: Tom Fox, The Morning News in Dallas, AP)

Record snow continues to blow West

A winter storm is blasting parts of the West with up to 3 feet of snow as a record low temperatures, high winds and blizzards continue on Monday. "Many daily records for low maximum temperatures are possible through Monday, especially in the Northern Great Basin, Rocky Rocks and Northern California," the National Weather Service said, calling the storm "historic." This weekend marks Seattle, the first recorded snow in Washington since 1926. By Monday evening, temperatures are forecast to drop below freezing, expanding the capacity of the city's homeless shelter.

Connor Cruz, 5 years old, inspects snow sunflowers during a snowstorm, Saturday, September 28, 2019, at Big Falls, Mont. (Photo: Rion Sanders, AP)

DreamWorks "Disgusting" networks $ 20.9 million, but watch out for "Judy"

The final numbers are expected Monday after the animated adventure of DreamWorks "Disgusting" "at the top box office with $ 20.9 million in ticket sales over the weekend, according to studio estimates on Sunday, and Judy Garland's Tale, led by Renee Zellweger, started strong. "Disgusting" marks the seventh movie # 1 this year for Universal, or eight if you count Downton Abbey, released by the studio's special label Focus Features. Downton, the top movie last week, came in second with $ 14.5 million. The UK's big screen has already raised $ 107.1 million worldwide.

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This yeti does not belong to the city, so it is up to these friends to bring him back to the Disgusting House.
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McDonald's explores a meatless burger

Passing without meat on Monday is no longer a mission: Impossible ⁠ – though north of the US border. On Monday, McDonald's will launch in Canada its new plant base P.L.T., which is a plant, lettuce and tomato. McDonald's will test the new burger-based plant in 28 locations in Ontario, Canada. "This test allows us to learn more about the real-world implications of PLT service, including customer demand and the impact on restaurant operations," said Ann Walgren, McDonald's Vice President of Global Menu Strategy, in a statement.

Former NFL star Kellen Winslow goes to trial for rape again him. Jury selection for the new trial will begin on Monday 7. San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stefan announced in June her cabinet will retry Winslow on all eight pending charges, including a rape count involving two different women. The jury in the first trial sentenced Winslow to three charges, including the crime of raping a 58-year-old homeless woman on the side of the road in May 2018. Those sentences still stand and could send him to prison for up to years.

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