Triple stabbing suspect arrested; Arizona sheriff's deputy dies l Morning News Brief

A man accused of stabbing his family members northwest of Tucson was arrested, an Arizona sheriff's office is mourning the loss of one of its deputies, and more – here's a look at some of the top stories on for the morning of May 16.

1. Triple stabbing suspect arrested near Tucson


Man stabbed his mother, father and grandmother in Marana: PD

A man accused of stabbing his mother, father and grandmother northwest of Tucson has been arrested.

2. Arizona deputy dies at 47

3. ‘One chip challenge’ blamed for teen's death


'One chip challenge' caused teen's death, autopsy concludes

The "one chip challenge" tested one’s ability to eat the spicy chip without drinking any liquids to relieve the burning sensation.

4. Dow makes history


Dow hits 40,000 for first time

The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed 40,000 for the first time ever and is on pace for its 19th record close as investors celebrate solid earnings and a slight easing of consumer inflation last month.

5. Smoke detectors recalled


Smoke detectors sold on Amazon recalled, may not alert consumers to a fire

Nearly 7,000 smoke and carbon monoxide detectors sold online are being recalled because they may not activate during a fire.

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