News to Know (6/7/21)

The news you need to know before you head out the door

MIAMI DADE, Fl. – In South Florida, Miami-Dade police are investigating another deadly mass shooting. three people were killed and several injured at a graduation party early Sunday morning. A state corrections officer was among the dead, according to authorities. They say one or more vehicles pulled up and gunfire hit the crowd at a strip mall lounge.  Police: 3 dead, others hurt in Florida grad party shooting

GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – Two people are dead following what authorities say was a murder-suicide. Just after noon Saturday, deputies with the Greene County Sheriff Department were called to check on a vehicle parked on an exit ramp at the junction of I-44 and State Highway PP. When deputies arrived, they found two people dead inside the car. During the investigation, authorities determined that 24-year old Kalen Barclay from Ozark shot and killed 27 year old Gabriella Broglio of Joplin, and then took his own life. Officials say the two had been in a relationship for several months. Two dead in murder-suicide near Springfield, one victim from Joplin

COFFEY COUNTY, Kan. – In Coffey County, Kansas, authorities investigate an accident that left three people dead on the Neosho River near Burlington. Officials say the initial investigation shows a family of two adults and two children boating on the river when the boat approached a low-head dam. The boat stalled, and the operator lost control of the boat, and all four people were thrown out of the boat. Wesley Sharp, of Shawnee, Kansas, was pulled from the water and is currently in stable condition. However, Maribel Moran, and the couple’s two children, ages three and five, were taken to Burlington hospital where they were later pronounced dead. Three dead, one in stable condition following boat accident in Coffey County, Kansas

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Around much of the U.S., late spring is feeling more like a summer scorcher. At least three dozen heat records were broken yesterday from the Midwest all the way to Maine, with Boston and Washington, D.C. under a heat emergency cooling centers opened, as the cities brace for more heat today.

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