Good morning, Qcity: Enjoy the next two days while the weather lasts. Forecasters are predicting several days of rain and cooler temperatures starting Friday. Meanwhile, check out Toni Baker-Tyson's weekend entertainment picks.
Here are today's headlines:
Illinois police agency investigating Farrakhan son
The investigation started after the (Chicago) Sun-Times reported that Mustapha Farrakhan, a part-time suburban police officer, uses an unmarked squad car to provide traffic control for his father, Louis Farrakhan, and hasn’t worked a shift for the department in more than four years. READ MORE
Obama’s tattoo threat
President Obama said he and the first lady have come up with a novel way of dissuading their daughters from getting tattoos. READ MORE
NFL linebacker arrested in prostitution sting
Quentin Groves, who plays for the Cleveland Browns, was arrested on charges of soliciting a prostitute after being caught in a hotel sting April 17. According to police, he had agreed upon a price during a phone call before the meeting. READ MORE
On June 24, PBS will debut a new documentary spotlighting the tradition of African American undertaking. “Homegoings” is filmed at Owens Funeral Home in Harlem. Check out this trailer.
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