Earthquake felt in Arizona; Colorado murder suspects arrested l Morning News Brief

A 4.6 magnitude earthquake that hit northern Mexico was reportedly felt in southwestern Arizona, two people wanted for murder in Colorado were arrested near the Arizona-California border, and more – here's a look at some of the top stories on for the morning of June 5.

1. Earthquake reportedly felt in Arizona 


Mexico earthquake felt in Arizona

A 4.6 magnitude earthquake that was detected early Wednesday morning in Mexico may have been felt in southwestern Arizona.

2. Murder suspects arrested near AZ/CA border


Colorado murder suspects arrested in Arizona

Two people wanted for murder in Colorado were arrested following a standoff at a home near the Arizona-California border.

3. AZ man sentenced for setting camper on fire


Arizona man gets 15 years in prison for setting woman’s camper trailer on fire

An Arizona man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for setting fire to a camper trailer that was occupied by a woman who had a court protection order against him.

4. Excessive Heat Warning in Arizona


Excessive Heat Warning issued for Phoenix area

An Excessive Heat Warning has been issued for the Phoenix area, and several Arizona counties, as temperatures could reach 114°F in some parts of the state this week.

5. Astronauts launched to International Space Station


Boeing Starliner successfully launches 2 astronauts from International Space Station to Florida

Boeing will attempt to launch its historic Starliner spacecraft with two astronauts aboard to the International Space Station from Florida on Wednesday morning.

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