The 142nd cadet class of Pennsylvania State Police graduate in this 2015 file photo. (Source: PA Office of the Governor)
The 142nd cadet class of Pennsylvania State Police graduate in this 2015 file photo. (Source: PA Office of the Governor)

Headlines for Monday, June 22, 2020:

Supervisor discusses state police training: Training protocols are constantly under review, Sgt. Timothy Fetzer said, adding that in his view defunding police would be counterproductive. (Source: ABC 27)

State Capitol reopens: Masks are required for entrance. Additionally, PennDOT is once again scheduling appointments for driver's tests. (Source: WGAL)

Lancaster County businesses eager to reopen in 'green' phase: Gyms, tourism attractions, hair salons and retailers are eager to make up for lost time, though restrictions remain. (Source: LNP)

Luca, Ma(i)son reopen: The businesses had closed to address complaints by employees alleging insensitivity to racial and social justice issues. (Source: LNP)

National roundup: Few attended President Trump's rally in Tulsa. (Source: AP) Two shootings in 48 hours reported in Seattle's CHOP zone. (Source: US News) Noose found in black NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace's garage. (Source: ABC News)

Tim Stuhldreher