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(KARK/NEXSTAR) – Quaker Oats announced Wednesday it will remove the name and image of the Aunt Jemima brand of syrup and pancake mix.

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TAKING ON POLICE REFORM: The US Senate held its first police reform hearing following the death of George Floyd. Washington reporter Jessi Turnure joins the conversation.

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JUNETEENTH HOLIDAY: Virginia will not enter Phase Three of its reopening plan at the end of the week, Gov. Ralph Northam said Tuesday, but some state employees will have the day off for Juneteenth after the governor announced he would propose making the day an official holiday.

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PUSHING FOR PEACE: An 8-year-old Kansas City girl is asking for peace in her city. She was randomly shot one year ago while riding in a car. Now, she and her mother say they want to see an end to violent crime. WDAF’s Sherae Honeycutt reports.

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