Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Andy Mannix, a reporter for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, about the fatal police shooting in Minneapolis last week that resulted in the death of Justine Ruszczyk.

15-Year-Old CEO Of Mo's Bows Enters Licensing Deal With NBA
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Moziah Bridges, the 15-year-old CEO of Mo's Bows, who just entered a licensing deal with the NBA. Bridges started his bow tie company with his mom when he was 9.

Rwanda Works To Ban Sale Of Second Hand Clothes Within 2 Years
Rwanda is pushing through a plan to ban second hand clothes within two years. The government says it's about "dignity," but the plan threatens trade with the U.S. and a central part of poor people's lives.

New Details Surface In Minnesota Officer-Involved Shooting Of Australian Woman
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Minneapolis Star Tribune reporter Andy Mannix about the police shooting of an unarmed Australian woman earlier this week.

Chicago Fights To Remain 2 Newspaper Town As Labor Groups Buy 'Sun-Times'
The group of investors headed by a former Chicago alderman closed a deal to purchase the struggling paper, but some wonder it will skew further left to counter the more conservative Chicago Tribune.

3 Palestinians Killed In Violent Clashes With Israelis Near Jerusalem Religious Site
In a day of intensifying violence, three Palestinians were killed during a wave of clashes with Israeli forces. Later a Palestinian stabbed to death three Israelis in a West Bank Jewish settlement.

Reports Suggest White House Efforts To Undercut Mueller's Russia Probe
News reports suggest President Trump's lawyers are exploring ways to undercut special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, which is raising questions about conflicts of interest and the president's pardon power.

Sean Spicer Announces Resignation As White House Press Secretary
After a tumultuous tenure in the Trump administration, White House press secretary Sean Spicer announced his resignation on Friday.

TV Networks Bring Back Game Shows 'Battle Of The Network Stars,' 'The Gong Show'
Several game shows from the '70s and '80s have been revamped for summer TV, including Battle of the Network Stars, The Gong Show and Match Game. NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast talks about whether these shows are diversionary fluff or filling a summertime need.

50 Years Ago, Small Wisconsin Town Made Plans To Secede From The State
Fifty years ago, the town of Winneconne, Wis., made short-lived plans to secede from the state. In 1967, as a result of the town name being inadvertently left off the official Wisconsin road map, a secret committee formulated a plan to set up toll gates on local roads, began annexation of nearby communities to form a Sovereign State of Winneconne.

In 'Dunkirk,' Christopher Nolan Brings New Life To True World War II Story
NPR movie critic Bob Mondello reviews director Christopher Nolan's new World War II film, Dunkirk, which opens this weekend.

After Supreme Court Decision, People Race To Trademark Racially Offensive Words
Racially offensive trademark applications are piling up at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Supreme Court decided last month the federal government couldn't ban trademarks simply because they're disparaging. NPR's Planet Money team talks to some of the people trying to trademark racial slurs.

After Otto Warmbier's Death, U.S. Plans To Ban Travel To North Korea
The move comes after the death of American Otto Warmbier, who spent a year and a half in a North Korean jail only to return home in a coma.

Iraqi Kurds Schedule Independence Referendum For September
In September, Iraqi Kurds have scheduled an independence referendum. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Joost Hiltermann of the International Crisis Group about the prospects for Kurdish independence.

Week In Politics: Sean Spicer Resigns As White House Press Scretary
NPR's Audie Cornish wraps the week in politics with David Brooks of The New York Times and Jamelle Bouie of Slate. They discuss Sean Spicer's resignation as White House press secretary and the failure of the Senate Republican health care bill.

KUAF News from Ozarks at Large

State Legislators get an update on measures meant to ease overcrowding in the state's prison system. Arkansas' rural roads receive unfavorable rankings in terms of fatalities and maintenance, and Bentonville officials celebrate the topping out of the city's new community center.
Michael Tilley from The City Wire talks about lingering questions surrounding the Fort Smith Board of Directors and more.
Trucking evolves rapidly and we examine the latest in logistics.
Becca Martin Brown, from Northwest Arkansas Newspapers, says you can be entertained all weekend without spending much cash.
The jazz duo Handmade Moments will release their self-titled album this Thursday at Smoke and Barrel Tavern. Expect cameos from Trout Fishing in America.
The Arkansas Lottery Commission reports the second straight year of declining revenue for the state's scholarship lottery. Rogers Public Schools officials remove a rule that implied a requirement for end of semester exams. And two Arkansas attorneys file a motion in federal court for a summary judgement in regards to the state's ban on same-sex marriages.
A University of Arkansas research team surveyed hundreds of Northwest Arkansas political and business leaders on state energy policy issues. The study stems from a surge of interest in the local electrical grid over the past year, due to controversy over a proposed 60-mile long interstate power transmission line that would cut a wide swath through north Benton and Carroll Counties.
The Fayetteville Public Schools’ Bookmobile is making an impact, through books, on young members of the community in an effort to combat summer learning loss. Catch up with them Monday, July 21 and again July 28 at the following locations: 9:30- Red Oak Park (Carlsbad/Boxley/Bridgeport Subdivision area off Wedington) 10:15- The Links at Wedington (at the roundabout in the middle of the complex) 11:00- Woodway Apartments (by the complex pool) 11:45- Crofton Manor off Mt. Comfort (on Hatterly Street) 12:10- Washington Plaza Apartments (Under a grove of trees towards the back entrance of the complex)
The Sons of Brasil will deliver the second installment in this year's KUAF Summer Jazz Series, this weekend at 21c Museum Hotel in Bentonville. We hear from trumpeter and founder of the group Stan Kessler.
A few things to do this weekend, and if those aren’t enough, enter to win a selection of tickets.