Top 5 On the Go: Friday September 4
Whether you're leaving work or out for Friday night, here are the top stories to know right now.
1. 11,000 US officers gather to honor slain cop
Thousands of law enforcement officers gathered outside one of Houston's largest churches on Friday to honor a sheriff's deputy who was brazenly shot in the head while pumping gas a week ago.
2. Police investigate mysterious Arizona highway shootings
Arizona police are asking for the public's help as they investigate a series of bizarre shootings in which four different vehicles were hit by at least one bullet each as they drove along a main Phoenix freeway.
3. Kentucky clerk: Marriage licenses issued in absence are void
im Davis, the Kentucky clerk who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, issued a defiant statement from her cell on Friday claiming any licenses granted in her absence would be void.
4. Democrat deals major blow to Obama's Iran deal
A key Senate Democrat dealt a major blow to President Obama's Iran deal on Friday when he announced he would vote against it.
5. Austria, Germany will take migrants from Hungary
Austria's chancellor said on Friday his country and Germany will allow thousands of migrants unhindered entry.
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