Nightly Roundup: End in sight for border crossing closure; Jeffrey Epstein document latest

From when a month-long border crossing closure will end to the latest on the legal saga involving Jeffrey Epstein, here's a look at some of the top stories on for Tuesday, January 2, 2024.

1. Argument ends on deadly note


Argument between neighbors in Surprise ends with fatal shooting, suspect arrested: PD

Xavier Elias, 20, was identified as the victim. He had several gunshot wounds and died from his injuries. The suspect in the shooting, 39-year-old Manuel Gonzales, was arrested.

2. End in sight for border crossing closure


Closed Arizona border crossing at Lukeville to reopen on Jan. 4

The border crossing, which has been closed since early December, will reopen a month after its temporary closure.

3. Driver speaks after harrowing crash


Semi driver speaks after crash sends truck into Phoenix canal

The crash, which happened in the area of 51st Avenue and Osborn Road in Maryvale, left a semi-truck dangling off the side of the road and into a canal.

4. Latest on Jeffrey Epstein


Court documents releasing 150 high-profile associates connected to Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit: What to know

A federal judge has ordered the public disclosure of the identities of more than 150 people mentioned in a mountain of court documents related to the late-financier Jeffrey Epstein, saying that most of the names were already public and that many had not objected to the release.

5. Check those lottery tickets!


$6.1M lottery ticket sold at Goodyear grocery store

Check your tickets! Someone is starting off the new year with a lot more money in their pocket!

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