Today’s Headlines from Around the U.S. – May 31, 2016

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Here’s a look at a few of the stories making headlines around the country today, Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Our first headline comes from…Arkansasmatters.com.
It reads…Fake Cops Stopping, Ticketing Motorists.
This is in Winchester, Arkansas.
Arkansas state police say two men from Georgia are posing as police and stopping vehicles, ticketing drivers, usually for not wearing a seat belt.
They say the men are driving two different cars — both are Dodge Chargers with police lights on top of them and with Georgia license plates.
No arrests have been made.

Our next headline comes from The Telegraph in the UK. 
It reads…Adele Stops Show To Have Furious Rant At Fan Filming Her Gig.
Adele was performing in Verona last night when she noticed a fan filming her with a camera and tripod she brought the show to a halt and called her out.
She said “You can enjoy it in real life, rather than through your camera.”
Adele exclaimed her show is “not a DVD”, it’s a real show and she was there in real life to enjoy rather than through a camera lens.

And our final headline this morning comes from the Southeast Missourian
It reads…Southeast Missouri State Baseball Gets 4 Seed, To Play In Starkville NCAA Regional.
Yesterday, the NCAA announced the field for the college baseball tournament.
And SEMO earned a number 4 seed in the Starksville, Mississippi region.
They just capped off their season on Sunday by winning the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament.
Now, the Redhawks have to play the Number 6 team in the country…Mississippi State,  on Friday.
Cal State Fullerton and Louisiana Tech are also in the region.
This is the Redhawks first regional appearance in 14 years.

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