Welcome to Newsday's live post for Monday, June 9, 2014, your source for the latest local news, traffic and transit alerts, school updates and more.
We've wrapped the live coverage, but here is a roundup of some of the local stories Newsday has been following throughout the day.
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ACCUSED COP KILLER'S TRIAL BEGINS
Darrell Fuller, 34, of St. Albans, is facing life in prison without parole if found guilty of first-degree murder in Nassau County Court in connection with the slayings of Nassau County police Officer Arthur Lopez and Raymond Facey, of Brooklyn. Newsday reporter Bridget Murphy is reporting from the scene. See her Twitter updates below.
POLICE HOLDING PROPERTY AUCTION
The Suffolk County Police Department's Property Section is planning a property auction at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday next to department headquarters at 30 Yaphank Ave. in Yaphank.
Among the items being auctioned are hand and power tools, automotive items, household items, clothing, footwear, video games, electronics, bicycles and jewelry. Motor vehicles and motorcycles will not be sold at this auction.
Expect the rain and thunderstorms to continue throughout the day, leading to lighter showers tonight and into Tuesday. The high Monday should hit 69 degrees with a low tonight of 64.
LI GIRL TAKES OVER GOOGLE
An 11-year-old Long Island's girl drawing has taken over the Google homepage today. Check out an animated version of the drawing by Levittown fifth-grader Audrey Zhang that recently won her the national Doodle 4 Google contest. More on this story: nwsdy.li/1kK2QVz