Hunter Biden found guilty; Glendale man survives head-first fall in Europe | Morning News Brief

The son of President Joe Biden has been found guilty in his gun case; a story of survival from an Arizonan who was traveling in Europe, and more – here's a look at some of the top stories on for the morning of June 11.

1. Hunter Biden found guilty


Hunter Biden found guilty in gun trial

Hunter Biden has been convicted of all three felony charges in his federal gun trial in Delaware.

2. President Biden reacts to verdict


Biden reacts to son Hunter's guilty verdict in gun trial

Hunter Biden was convicted by a jury of three counts related to his purchase of a firearm in 2018.

2. Man arrested in connection with deadly shooting


Man arrested for deadly Phoenix home shooting: PD

A 24-year-old has been arrested for his alleged role in a shooting near Downtown Phoenix that left a person dead, according to police.

3. Governor Hobbs to appeal agency director appointment ruling


Gov. Katie Hobbs to appeal Arizona court ruling on agency appointments

Days after an Arizona court ruled that directors with 13 state agencies cannot be appointed without Senate confirmation, Governor Katie Hobbs has announced she will appeal the ruling. The governor appointed 'Executive Deputy Directors' to these agencies after she withdrew their nominations in 2023, citing political theater in the state legislature.

4. An Arizonan's story of survival


Glendale man survives head first fall while on Switzerland hike

A Glendale man is thankful to be alive after falling off a cliff in Switzerland. A week ago, 25-year-old Logan Moore fell roughly 50 feet and landed head first.

5. Gilbert Goons gang member sentenced


Jacob Pennington sentenced following one of his east Valley teen violence arrests

Twenty-year-old Jacob Pennington was sentenced on June 10 following one of his arrests tied to the east Valley teen violence cases.

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