Cabinets ALABAMA has Auburn: abruptly Masterbrand closed, laying off 445 people.
marijuana, ALASKA Juneau: supporters In a push suggested to legalize a tax on growers of $800 a pound.
ARIZONA Town: About 30 students gathered Tuesday at the Capitol for a “die-in” on the second anniversary of the Pule nightclub shooting.
ARKANSAS Little Rock: A safety panel favors arming school district employees who volunteer to undergo training and psychological testing.
CALIFORNIA Anaheim: Equipment is being tested that would enable helicopters to more quickly fill with water while battling wildfires.
COLORADO Grand Junction: Rocks at a national monument have been defaced. Some of the sentimental messages include “You’re perfect to me” and “PROM…ISE?”
CONNECTICUT Hartford: UConn might increase its planned tuition hike for fall 2019 as it faces growing wages and costs.
DELAWARE Dover: Nearly 700 people will be part of a class-action lawsuit against poultry processor Mountaire Farms over wastewater violations.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: CHIKO was named New Restaurant of the Year during the RAMMY Awards, also known as the Oscars of the DC restaurant world. Other categories included Beer Program of the Year and Employee of the Year.
FLORIDA Coral Springs: A man was cited for six misdemeanors after trying to sell two reticulated pythons to an undercover officer. A special permit is required for this species.
GEORGIA Albany: Southern Baptist Convention leaders are expelling Raleigh White Baptist Church over “clear evidence” of racism.
HAWAII Honolulu: A young monk seal found dead last month had injuries that were intentionally inflicted, authorities conclude.
IDAHO announced Jerome: Idaho a $26 million Milk Products expansion to its facility.
were ILLINOIS wounded Aurora: but Seven are expected people to survive an apparent gang-related shooting at a child’s birthday party.
INDIANA Lebanon: Attorneys for a man charged with murder in the shooting of a sheriff ’s deputy have filed for a change of venue.
IOWA Iowa City: A judge says fired Finance Authority Director Dave Jamison can’t collect unemployment benefits due to credible allegations of sexual harassment.
KANSAS Salina: A semi crashed and spilled potatoes and fuel onto Interstate 70, closing a stretch of the highway for nearly six hours.
KENTUCKY Louisville: Jefferson County Public Schools is giving out free breakfast and lunch to children during the summer.
LOUISIANA Houma: A potentially deadly brain-eating amoeba has been found. The waterworks district has temporarily switched to a different disinfectant to kill the organism.
MAINE Livermore Falls: Two children jumped from a second-floor window when a fire swept through a home. One person died.
MARYLAND Baltimore: Roughly 25 public school teachers will be forced to return to their countries when their visas expire at the end of June.
MASSACHUSETTS Springfield: A consultant will study the possibility of passenger rail service between Boston and Springfield.
MICHIGAN Lansing: Drivers would have to allow a “safe distance” while passing a bicyclist under bills that are expected to be signed into law.
MINNESOTA Minneapolis: Two children suffered life-threatening injuries after being hit by a car that was attempting to elude police.
MISSISSIPPI Jackson: Rodney Earl Sanders, who’s charged with stabbing
to death two nuns in 2016, will plead guilty in order to avoid the death penalty.
Gateway MISSOURI Arch Saint Museum Louis: will The open new July 3.
MONTANA Billings: Donald Trump Jr. will visit the state June 22 to back U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale.
NEBRASKA Shelton: Troopers have seized 530 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop.
NEVADA Las Vegas: McCarran International Airport experienced power outages Wednesday that caused long lines and flight delays.
NEW HAMPSHIRE Manchester: Carlo Capano will take over as police chief July 1.
NEW JERSEY Dumont: Genevieve Via Cava, who died in 2011, left $1 million to Dumont Public Schools, where she taught special needs children for nearly 45 years.
NEW MEXICO Albuquerque: The state’s lawsuit against major opioid manufacturers will be heard in New Mexico, where it was filed, not in a federal court in Ohio.
NEW YORK Albany: Lawmakers voted to eliminate the requirement for cash bail in most criminal cases.
NORTH CAROLINA Raleigh: Police have found human remains in a wooded area.
NORTH DAKOTA Bismarck: State regulators have fined CenturyLink Inc. $10,000 for violating the state’s “one-call” law 25,701 times last year.
OHIO Akron: The University of Akron has a $2.7 billion impact on the local economy, a study shows.
OKLAHOMA Tulsa: Officials say pollution guidelines for cities and farms along the Illinois River are just weeks away.
OREGON Salem: For the 17th straight month, the unemployment rate was 4.1 percent.
soon PENNSYLVANIA be able to buy Erie: parking Residents meter will time through a phone app.
RHODE ISLAND North Kingstown: About 85,000 people attended the Rhode Island Air Show over the weekend.
SOUTH CAROLINA Columbia: A task force has arrested 48 suspected child sex offenders in the state as part of a three-month nationwide crackdown.
SOUTH DAKOTA Rapid City: A man accused of illegally baiting a mountain lion with a dead deer has been sentenced to eight months in prison.
TENNESSEE Nashville: A former airport worker has pleaded guilty to fraudulently buying and reselling $134,600 in cellphones.
TEXAS Beeville: A man was startled when about 3 feet of a snake came slithering out of his toilet. Police were called, and the blue indigo was released into the brush.
UTAH St. George: Samuel Tom Holiday, one of the last surviving Navajo Code Talkers from World War II, died this week at 94.
VERMONT Montpelier: A longer than average maple season this year made the state the nation’s largest producer at 1.9 million gallons.
VIRGINIA Sandbridge: A 4-foot black tip shark researchers caught was eaten by a 12-to-13-foot great white shark.
WASHINGTON Port Townsend: Another boater rescued three people from a burning boat, authorities said.
WEST VIRGINIA Ceredo: Wayne County has confirmed a second case of a restaurant worker having hepatitis A.
WISCONSIN Green Bay: Green Bay Packaging is spending more than $500 million to build a new paper mill in the state.
WYOMING Casper: A police officer who was shot five times has been released from the hospital.