Strict curfews are in effect after the fatal police shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota. The Democratic mayors of Minneapolis and St. Paul announced the cities are declaring a state of emergency and three counties will be under curfew until 6 a.m. Tuesday. The move comes amid growing protests over the death of Wright during a traffic stop Sunday in the city of Brooklyn Center.       The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says the suspect in a shooting at a Knoxville school was killed by police. Authorities say the suspect was a student but the identity wasn't released. The Bureau's director insisted it's important to label the incident as an "officer involved shooting inside of a school" and not a school shooting.        Dr. Anthony Fauci says he is comfortable with certain outdoor activities during the coronavirus pandemic. The nation's leading infectious disease expert told CNN he "wouldn't hesitate" to eat outside or attend a baseball game in current COVID conditions. He admitted he's "a bit risk averse" but would enjoy going sitting in the stands for a Nationals game.        Former U.S. ambassador to the UN and South Carolina governor Nikki Haley won't run for president in 2024 "if President Trump ran." She made the comment Monday on the campus of South Carolina State University. She noted she would talk to the former president about the decision before she made it, and that she had a great working relationship with Trump.        The classic quiz show "College Bowl" is getting a reboot. On the show, college students from universities across the U.S. battle it out, answering questions spanning a variety of subjects. Football great Peyton Manning will host with assistance from his brother Cooper.