FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Police in Texas say two people were injured when gunfire erupted at a youth football game. Authorities say a woman was struck in the leg and a girl was grazed in the back when shots rang out during the game among elementary school-aged children Saturday afternoon in Fort Worth. Police say the incident started as a dispute between parents. Officer Jimmy Pollozani says the son of one of the parents, who was not playing in the game, later came to the field with a handgun and began firing.

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Police in Arlington say a man who pointed a replica BB gun at officers has been shot and killed. Officials say 31-year-old Nicholas Walker was fatally shot about 8 p.m. Saturday at his home in Arlington. Arlington police spokesman Christopher Cook says officers responded to reports that a man was assaulting a victim with a baseball bat. The victim sustained injuries to his head and arms.

DETROIT (AP) - Contract talks between the United Auto Workers union and General Motors broke off Sunday and haven't resumed, meaning the union's first national strike since 2007 is very likely. GM's 49,200 UAW members are scheduled to go on strike at 11:59 p.m. unless an agreement is reached on a new four-year contract. GM says it has made substantial offers but union officials say they're far apart on wages, health care, use of temporary workers and other major items.

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump will attend a Houston rally next week featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India. The White House says Trump will use the "Howdy, Modi! Shared Dreams, Bright Futures" event to "emphasize the strong ties between the people of the United States and India" and reaffirm the two countries' strategic partnership. The White House says Trump will also travel to Ohio to join Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to visit an Australian-owned manufacturing facility.

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