The Court ruled that Louisiana's law requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a local hospital was unconstitutional.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh said the factual record didn't "adequately demonstrate" the law would cause the abortion clinics to close.
"We are deeply disappointed that the government has chosen to indict Jason Williams simply for following the advice of his tax preparer," said Williams' attorney Billy Gibbens in a Friday statement.
Trade winds blow dust from the Sahara westwards over the Atlantic every year.
The dust can pose a health risk, particularly for those with respiratory issues, such as asthma and allergies.
The dust has brought hazy skies and poor air quality to large parts of the Caribbean.
The dust cloud could bring sensational sunsets to states in the southeast.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards halted the state from moving into Phase 3 of its coronavirus pandemic reopening, citing a major spike in cases and hospitalizations this past week.
Dust from Africa is expected to reach the southeastern states next week.
In Louisiana, nurses, grocery store workers and other front-line workers during the coronavirus pandemic could receive a one-time $250 payment in hazard pay, in a bill that began advancing in the state House of Representatives on Wednesday.
Scientists think these layers of dust in the atmosphere may help to suppress the development of hurricanes.
"If the officers violated any of our policies, they will be disciplined accordingly," said Shreveport Police Chief Ben Raymond.
The storm's remnants are expected to move due north over the Mississippi River and then curve eastward into the Missouri Valley over the next few days.
The Grayson Police Department chief was accused of malfeasance in office and obstruction of justice after over $3,600 in seized money could not be accounted for.
Hammond Police Chief Edwin Bergeron says bomb technicians are determining whether any are dangerous or explosive.
The storm is making its way into the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to make landfall late Sunday along the Louisiana coast.
Rebecca Woodard's SUV was hit by a train at a Kansas City Southern Railway Crossing in Doyline, Louisiana.
Pastor Tony Spell had been under house arrest since late April after he allegedly backed a bus into a man protesting his decision to hold large church services in defiance of public health restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although businesses are reopening, Governor Jon Bel Edwards said the state isn't out of the woods yet and it shouldn't be viewed as a "victory against COVID-19."
"I do believe that we are striking the right balance with this plan," Governor John Bel Edwards said.
The historic home is believed to be haunted by the ghost of the great grandmother of the former owner.
Severe thunderstorms are also possible around the Tallahassee, Florida region on Wednesday evening, while the storm system moves into the eastern region by Friday.
Pastor Tony Spell told his congregation on Sunday that it's a "dirty rotten shame when you're hiding in America."
"I am not guilty of defying any orders," Spell said Tuesday. "The only thing I am guilty of is practicing my faith which was given to me by Jesus Christ himself."
Footage shows Tony Spell, who refused to shut down his church in spite of lockdown orders, being taken into custody for backing a church bus toward a protester.
"He shoots people obscene finger gestures and shouts vulgarities," Pastor Spell said of the protester on Monday.
Rev. Tony Spell, who has continued to hold large church services in defiance of public health restrictions due to COVID-19, claimed that a coroner's finding that an elderly church member died from the virus is "a lie."
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards announced 129 new COVID-19 deaths had been reported Tuesday, bringing the state's total to 1,013.
"A state of emergency exists that would affect the electoral process," read Governor Edwards' proclamation.