Regional headlines as reported by magnoliareporter.com’s Twitter news feeds. Visit specific sites for more information:
Multiple sources, A 34-year-old man was fatally shot Saturday by a Green Forest police officer after he approached the officer with a knife. … El Dorado News-Times, Medical Center of South Arkansas’ medical staff votes “no confidence” in hospital’s leadership. … KATV News, Within the last month, there have been at least six child pornography arrests in Central Arkansas. … TxDOT Tyler, In Wood County, FM 1804 at the Sabine River is closed due to flooding. … Austin Kellerman, Invasive jumping worms spread through Tennessee. … NWS Little Rock, Flash flood warnings were issued Sunday morning for parts of Southwestern Arkansas. … Multiple sources, At least 10 people shot overnight in New Orleans in three separate shootings. … Texarkana Gazette, Texarkana received 13.45 inches of rain between May 1 and May 31. … KTRE News, Girl 3, dies in hot car while mom tends marijuana. … Texarkana Gazette, $1 million donation from the late Neva McCormick leads to new animal shelter on Harrison Street. … Region 8 News, Blytheville opening new Police Department complex.
Multiple sources, This is the 77th anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, a turning point in World War II. … Associated Press, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin says he will not vote for an overhaul of U.S. election law, virtually guaranteeing the failure of a Biden Administration priority. … Associated Press, Supreme Court asked to review whether women should register for military draft. … Politico, Donald Trump falsely insists at North Carolina rally that 202 race was stolen. … Associated Press, Prince Harry and Meghan welcome baby daughter, Lilibet Diana. … Multiple sources, A federal judge has overturned California’s three-decade-old ban on assault weapons. … Stars and Stripes, In one of the longest military convoys in history, a group of Marines drove 18 vehicles approximately 5,500 total miles. … Multiple sources, Air Force Two returned Sunday afternoon to Joint Base Andrews due to mechanical issue – VP Harris swapping jets. … Multiple sources, Three dead, five wounded in shooting at Florida graduation party. … Associated Press, Richard Robinson, head of Scholastic, Inc., who green-lighted U.S. publication of works by J.K. Rowling and Suzanne Collins, dies at age 84.