5 Things To Know Before You Go

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Here are the 5 things to know before you go for Monday, May 20, 2019.

#1 Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Huron, Fresno Co. Sheriff's deputies say

An investigation is underway after a Huron Police officer shot and killed a man.

It happened around nine last night at the Jet Stop Mini Mart on Myrtle and Lassen.

Officers were called there for a disturbance and say a man was shot when he went toward an officer.

The man died in the ambulance.

Fresno County Sheriff's deputies are now investigating.

#2 Wild Weather: Funnel cloud spotted as severe weather moves across the Valley

We'll be drying out across the Valley today after a spring storm brought rain, snow, lightning and strong winds.

The gusts damaged power poles in kings county knocking out electricity to about 2,500 customers.

Several funnel clouds were also spotted including one near Stratford.

#3 Violent, long-lasting tornadoes threaten Oklahoma, Texas

19 million Americans in the Midwest are bracing for more storms this morning

Nearly four dozen tornadoes touched down over the weekend causing damage across six states.

Schools in many parts of the impacted areas have already canceled class for today.

#4 Abortion rights advocates preparing for nationwide protest

Dozens of abortion rights advocates are preparing for a national protest tomorrow, this comes after weekend demonstrations in Alabama over a new law.

It prohibits abortion in almost all cases.

This year, more than a dozen states have either passed or considered measures to restrict abortion.

#5 Rocket hits near US Embassy in Baghdad

No one has claimed responsibility for a rocket attack in Iraq that hit near the US Embassy in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone.

No one was hurt in the blast.

The apparent attack last night came amid heightened tensions across the Persian Gulf with the U-S moving a greater military presence into the area.
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