Daybreak Today Friday Morning Brief
1 dead after overnight crash, SCOTUS upholds Affordable Car Act parts, Biden makes Juneteenth federal holiday
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One person is dead and five others were injured in an overnight crash.
- One person has serious injuries, another moderate. Three others had minor injuries.
- This happened after 11 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of 82nd Street and Frankford Avenue.
- Updates throughout the day will be provided here: One killed, five injured in crash at 82nd St and Frankford Ave, late Thursday night
The investigation continues into a shooting early Thursday morning near 93rd Street and Elgin Avenue.
- Salena Quezada, 16, was taken to the hospital where she later died.
- There is no word on what led to the shooting.
- Read the latest here: Teen dies after overnight shooting in South Lubbock
The United States Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to the Affordable Care Act, saying it is constitutional.
- The high court also ruled that a Catholic foster care agency can refuse to work with same-sex couples because of religious beliefs.
- Check out those stories below:
- ‘Obamacare’ survives: Supreme Court dismisses big challenge
- High court sides with Catholic agency in foster care dispute
President Joe Biden signed a law making Juneteenth, June 19, a federal holiday.
- The date commemorates the end of slavery in the United States.
- Federal offices will observe the holiday today since Juneteenth falls on a Saturday.
- Read that here: Juneteenth becomes the nation’s 11th federal holiday
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