5 things to know: Tulsa officer-involved shooting, heat advisory amid power outages

1. What we know about the former Marine who killed 3 Baton Rouge officers

Sunday's incident was the latest in a series of deadly encounters in the United States involving police and black men that have sparked a national debate over race and policing. It also came less than two weeks after 37-year-old Alton Sterling, a black man, was fatally shot by police in Baton Rouge in a confrontation that sparked nightly protests and has reverberated nationwide. Click HERE for what we've learned in the case on FOX23.

2. Man dies after north Tulsa officer-involved shooing

A man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in north Tulsa. Police said the man pulled a knife and threw it at officers before he was shot. FOX23 takes a closer look at the stories surrounding the incident and follows what is next for everyone involved HERE.

3. Hundreds still without power ahead of dangerous heat

Four days after a round of severe storms left behind one of the biggest power outages in one energy company's history, hundreds of customers still don't have power. The outages come ahead of a heat advisory on Monday and a week where Green Country could see its first real 100+ temperatures of the year. Click HERE for more information on restoration.

4. Woman accused of cutting corpse could get trial date

The woman accused of cutting parts off a woman's body at a funeral home returns to court Monday. A hearing to set a trial date for Shaynna Smith Sims was delayed after she fired her attorney in May, then continued again when her new attorney could not be at the hearing. Click HERE to follow the case and get the latest from the courtroom.

5. Alton Sterling’s family pleas for peace after Baton Rouge officers fatally shot

Unable to handle the violence anymore, the family of a man shot and killed by Baton Rouge police decried the slayings of three officers over the weekend. Click HERE to hear Alton Sterling's aunt speak out on FOX23.