ALABAMA Huntsville: Todd May, the director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, is retiring.
ALASKA Glenallen: The Eureka Lodge reported an unseasonal 6 to 8 inches of snow on Monday.
ARIZONA ordered flags Phoenix: to be flown Gov. Doug at half-staff Ducey to honor Staff Sgt. Alexander W. Conrad, an Arizona native who was killed last week in Somalia.
ARKANSAS Fayetteville: A 25-foottall statue of a hog was installed close to the University of Arkansas.
CALIFORNIA Oxnard: The Coast Guard rescued six people from a recreational boat in the ocean over the weekend.
COLORADO Denver: Jaquon Mucsarney, who masterminded a scheme that sought nearly $2.2 million in federal tax refunds, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
CONNECTICUT Hamden: FEMA officials have begun assessing tornado damage that hit six towns last month.
DELAWARE Wilmington: State taxpayers paid $663,000 over the last decade to settle complaints of sexual harassment, assault and discrimination, The News Journal reports.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Washington’s Metro is suing to stop its union from challenging criminal background screenings of rail and bus workers.
FLORIDA Pensacola: A man has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for dragging his dog behind his truck, which led to the animal’s death.
GEORGIA Valdosta: Burt Reynolds will be at the RKDS Film Festival on July 12 and receive a key to the city.
HAWAII Honolulu: The state’s agricultural seed industry dropped in value by 19 percent during the 2017-18 season.
IDAHO Boise: The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a $750,000 grant to a University of Idaho researcher studying biofuels.
ILLINOIS Peoria: Woodrow Wilson Primary School will be renamed for Dr. Maude Sanders, the area’s first black female doctor.
INDIANA Valparaiso: Workers at the Union Electric Steel plant have gone on strike to receive higher pay.
IOWA Creston: People in four towns have been told they can safely drink water from taps again after the treatment system was restored.
KANSAS Kansas City: The city has declared the end of a measles outbreak but has started calculating the cost of containing it.
KENTUCKY Frankfort: The state has been awarded a $67.5 million grant for road improvements.
LOUISIANA Vidalia: An orphaned baby bear rescued in Louisiana is being cared for in Tennessee.
MAINE Bangor: Officials say $25 million in federal funds has been earmarked for a connector road between Interstate 395 and Route 9.
MARYLAND Annapolis: A shortlived prison policy that restricts inmates’ access to books has ended.
MASSACHUSETTS Boston: The state is getting five new federal prosecutors to work on violent crime, civil enforcement and immigration cases.
MICHIGAN Ann Arbor: An estimated 300,000 gallons of sewage spilled at the University of Michigan Arboretum due to a blocked sewer line.
MINNESOTA Silver Bay: The Wayne Johnson Silver Bay Municipal Airport has been closed due to a deteriorating runway.
MISSISSIPPI Tupelo: Nick Perkins, 19, won the Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Competition at the Tupelo Elvis Festival. He will represent the town at the Graceland event.
MISSOURI Fulton: The former Monsanto Co. donated a painting by Winston Churchill to the National Churchill Museum. The value of the
“Lake Scene at Norfolk” was not disclosed.
MONTANA Helena: Republican Matt Rosendale won’t participate in a debate against Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester because it was scheduled on Father’s Day.
NEBRASKA Valentine: Volunteers are needed to fix chain-link fences that help prevent turtles from crossing the road.
NEVADA Reno: Law enforcement agencies have started wearing body cameras three weeks before the state deadline.
NEW HAMPSHIRE Manchester: Eight teenagers were arrested after causing disturbances in two areas.
NEW JERSEY Trenton: Former Gov. Chris Christie has opened The Christie Law Firm. It’s unclear what type of law he will be practicing.
NEW MEXICO Gallup: The FBI has offered a $1,000 reward for information on the killing of a Native American man.
NEW YORK Polkville: A U-Haul trailer that had been missing for 14 years has been returned. With late fees and taxes, the bill is “about $165,000.” The company does not plan to press charges.
NORTH CAROLINA Asheboro: The North Carolina Zoo announced the death of 43-year-old gorilla Rosie.
NORTH DAKOTA Bismarck: District courts are asking for more full-time staff for the 2019-21 biennium.
OHIO Columbus: The state has canceled a planned $1.1 billion state Medicaid cut to hospitals.
OKLAHOMA Oklahoma City: Funding for mandated child abuse prevention programs is being restored.
OREGON Eugene: The Eugene School District sent a letter to five employees advising them not to engage in political expressions at work after they took a knee during the national anthem at a student assembly.
PENNSYLVANIA Harrisburg: An elected watchdog team will look into the state’s voter registration records to make sure they are accurate and safe from outside interference before the 2020 presidential election.
RHODE ISLAND Providence: A free exhibition that highlights Rhode Island’s role in the American Revolution has opened at the state archives.
SOUTH CAROLINA Fort Mill: A police officer was fired a day after her arrest on charges including driving while impaired and drug possession.
SOUTH DAKOTA Box Elder: Investigators say last month’s fire that destroyed the Ultramax Ammunition plant appears to have started by accident.
TENNESSEE Ripley: Thirty-one people have been indicted after a yearlong drug investigation.
TEXAS Austin: In-N-Out Burgers in the state closed Monday after a problem with the buns.
UTAH St. George: The Temple Riders, a Mormon motorcycle club, is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
VERMONT Burlington: The Vermont Human Trafficking Task Force is being created.
VIRGINIA Duffield: Authorities say an inmate who escaped Friday has been captured in North Carolina.
WASHINGTON Brinnon: A family of five was killed in an explosion at their vacation property.
WEST VIRGINIA Charleston: A woman has admitted to stealing about $98,000 from a youth choir organization.
WISCONSIN Madison: Officials say they’ve euthanized a herd of whitetail deer because of chronic wasting disease.
WYOMING Cheyenne: Candidates for governor are disagreeing on whether the state is doing enough to boost internet speeds and other technology for businesses.