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Broomfield police release name of suspect in shooting outside Walgreens

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Broomfield police arrested 19-year-old Broomfield resident Trevor Woodruff in connection with a shooting outside a Walgreens on Saturday that left one man dead and two people hospitalized.

Trevor Woodruff(Provided by Broomfield police)

Woodruff was arrested on suspicion of first degree murder, attempted first degree murder and first degree assault, according to Broomfield police.

Broomfield police received a call about 11:30 a.m. Saturday for shots fired in the parking lot of the Walgreens located at Midway Boulevard and Zuni Street.

A man was found dead in the parking lot, while a woman and a juvenile male also were shot and taken to local hospitals. The woman was in stable condition, according to Broomfield police, while the juvenile was in critical condition. None of the victims names have been released.

Detectives are continuing to investigate the altercation that led to the shooting, according to Broomfield police, and don’t believe the shooting was connected to Walgreens.

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Cloudy, cool, and breezy Monday with high temps in 50s

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St. Louis weather from FOX 2 Meteorologist Linh Truong:

ST. LOUIS – Monday will be much quieter than Sunday. Expect a mostly cloudy, cool, and breezy day with temperatures in the 50s.

The area will see more sunshine Tuesday. Another system will move in by midweek giving the area some rain through the end of the week.

It will be drier by the weekend.

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Cardinals expected to name Oliver Marmol new manager on Monday

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ST. LOUIS – Sources tell FOX 2 that the St. Louis Cardinals are preparing to announce that Oliver Marmol will be the team’s next manager, ending a search that began after news of Mike Shildt’s firing shocked the baseball world. Earlier in the day, the Cardinals announced a Monday morning news conference, furthering speculation the team was ready to announce a new hire.

Shildt was dismissed October 14, with the team citing philosophical differences which came to a head shortly after the team was eliminated from the postseason in the National League Wild Card game.

On the day Shildt’s firing was announced, St. Louis President of Baseball Operations John Mozeliak said the next manager “is inheriting a very good club” and that the person would be “someone with success or someone familiar with what we have.”

In Marmol, Mozeliak has landed on a finalist who is definitely familiar with what the club has to offer.

Marmol, 35, has been on the big-league staff since 2017 and has been the bench coach since 2019. He’s also a former Cardinals minor league manager in Palm Beach and Johnson City, where he coached Alex Reyes, Junior Fernandez, and Edmundo Sosa. He was a former Cardinals draft pick who played four seasons in the minors for the organization.

Mozeliak has expressed hope that coaches on staff for 2021 would return in 2022, among them hitting coach Jeff Albert, whose overhaul of the organization’s approach to hitting has run into mixed results during his tenure. Mozeliak said any tension regarding Albert was unrelated to the decision to move on from Shildt.

Another member of the 2021 staff, first base coach Stubby Clapp, was also thought to be under consideration for the managerial post.

Marmol takes over as the bench boss of a club with a lot on the line in 2022. Catcher Yadier Molina has said it will be his final season. It very well could also be the last for pitcher Adam Wainwright. Third baseman Nolan Arenado has reaffirmed his commitment not to opt-out of his contract this offseason, but would have another opportunity after next season. Will outfielders Tyler O’Neill and Harrison Bader, who had breakthrough seasons in 2021, continue to develop? 2022 is likely to bring the Designated Hitter to the National League.

Marmol is the third consecutive manager hired in St. Louis without having had previous experience as a major league manager.

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Severe weather alerts in area affecting flights

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FARMINGTON, Mo. – The National Weather Service’s St. Louis office has confirmed a tornado touched down Sunday evening in Missouri’s Lead Belt.

Alerts from the NWS around 8:30 p.m. Sunday reported an observed tornado in Farmington, moving northeast at approximately 45 miles per hour. By 9:10 p.m., the NWS confirmed other tornadoes near Fredericktown and St. Mary.

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