03 June 2020
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Arizona News Top Stories

Some elected sheriffs are calling for the release of certain offenders from jail and urging police agencies to issue citations rather than arrest people.
Officials on the Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation, have put Chilchinbeto on lockdown: No visitors in, and no leaving except to get food or medical supplies.
The shooter claims the victim pushed his mother and then reached toward his right pants pocket, court documents said.
A hiker ran into some trouble on Piestewa Peak on Friday evening and needed to be saved.
Country Thunder Music Festivals has officially been postponed due to coronavirus concerns.
The suspects reportedly chased the employee's vehicle west on Yuma Road and shot at the Burger King employee's vehicle while it was stopped at a red light.
Tempe and Desert Ridge marketplaces will be the first Valley businesses to re-hang holiday lights today during the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System Director Tom Betlach will lead the Department of Economic Security for 75 days while the interim director, Health Services Director Cara Christ, leads the state’s response to the coronavirus, Ducey’s office said.

World News Top Stories

The long-running case of Madeleine McCann, who vanished shortly before her fourth birthday, has intrigued Britain for years.
"Face the Nation" Moderator Margaret Brennan sat down with Ambassador Karen Pierce, the United Kingdom's representative to the U.S., for a look at how she's communicating the litany of issues back home to London
Protests from Spain to New Zealand look and sound a lot like those in the U.S., but it's not just solidarity, it's parallel anger.
Protests from New Zealand to Paris over George Floyd's death are not simply being held in solidarity with U.S. demonstrators. As CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports, the case has reignited rage against racial injustices in communities across the globe.
With a digital tracing system in place to try and catch outbreaks early, restaurants can welcome diners again and schools are ramping back up.
The Pope lead a prayer for Floyd "and of all those others who have lost their lives as a result of the sin of racism."
Under El Salvador's strict abortion laws, women can be sentenced to long prison terms. Here are some of their stories.
Italy, keen to see tourists return, drops quarantine order for travelers from most of Europe as Germany prepares to ease advice against travel.

National News Top Stories

Protesters supported the Black Lives Matter movement with messages condemning racism, injustice and police brutality after the killing of George Floyd.
The former president took the mic in a town hall meeting to commend protesters, drawing a sharp contrast with his successor Donald Trump.
How willing are Republicans to back changes to law enforcement practices, and how much difference would new laws make anyway?
Activists have long denounced the monument to the Confederate leader, which has spurred increased backlash as people protest against racist police brutality.
"We are witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership," the former defense secretary wrote to The Atlantic.
“We need a government as good as its people, and we are better than this,” the 39th president said.
Researchers says the so-called “snot palaces” could possibly help human construction if scientists manage to crack the mucus architectural code.
The president pointed to praise from religious leaders Franklin Graham and Robert Jeffress in defending the photo shoot in front of St. John's Church.

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