Louisville Police say 127 people have been arrested following the decision in the Breonna Taylor case. Demonstrators filled the streets yesterday after learning there were no charges in the actual death of Taylor from the Grand Jury. Instead, former officer Brett Hankison was charged for allegedly putting her neighbors in danger that night. Police have arrested a suspect in connection to the shooting of two Louisville police officers. Interim Police Chief Rob Schroeder says both officers were taken to the hospital and are in stable condition.    The President and First Lady Melania Trump are paying respects to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsburg is lying in repose at the Supreme Court. She died nearly a week ago after a long fight against cancer. The veteran justice will lie in state at the Capitol tomorrow.    A poor jobless report is impacting stocks in early trading on Wall Street. The Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq are relatively unchanged with the Nasdaq up about 50 points. The Labor Department reported first-time claims for unemployment benefits increased slightly to 870-thousand last week, 20-thousand more than what most economists expected.    The largest wildfire in Colorado history is now completely under control. Fire officials announced yesterday that the Pine Gulch Fire in western Colorado was 100-percent contained. The fire burned more than 139-thousand acres after starting July 31st.    A trip from San Francisco to Hawaii will soon come with the option of a rapid coronavirus test. United Airlines is offering that option starting October 15th. Travelers looking to enjoy an island getaway can take the 15-minute rapid test at the airport.    Late night breakfasts at McDonald's could soon be a thing of the past. McDonald's stopped serving All-Day Breakfast months ago because of the pandemic. And now, the fast food chain confirms it might not return. Restaurants are evaluating whether to put it back on the menu and if so, how to do that.