HOUSTON

Two die in shooting at shop

A man came into an auto detail shop and began shooting, killing a man known to be a customer and putting a neighborhood on lockdown Sunday before being killed by a SWAT officer, police said. Several people were shot and injured, including a man authorities initially described as another suspect because he was present and armed. Police said later Sunday they were investigating further whether he played any role. Three others — two of them male and one female — were hospitalized with injuries police said were not believed to be life-threatening. Two officers who were shot were released from the hospital later Sunday.

FLOYD, N.Y.

Explosion injures guard

A suspicious package left by a prison guard’s mailbox exploded and seriously burned him when he opened it, authorities said Sunday as they worked to determine who sent it. The 52-year-old officer was severely injured, Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo said, in an explosion that stunned the small central New York town of Floyd. Cuomo called the blast “horrific,” and local, state and federal agencies were investigating and trying to determine whether the blast was related to the victim’s work.

CANON CITY, Colo.

Scenic train conductor dies

A conductor on a scenic train filled with passengers died when she was run over by the train as it was backing up, the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office said Sunday. Leslie Cacy, 28, of Canon City, was standing near the rear of the Royal Gorge Railroad train Saturday evening when she fell as it was backing up to the station about 4 miles away, the sheriff’s office says in a statement on its Facebook page. The train goes forward into the canyon, then backs up to return to the station in Canon City, sheriff’s office spokeswoman Megan Richards said.

NEW YORK

‘X-Men’ debuts at No. 1

Johnny Depp’s Alice Through the Looking Glass bombed over the Memorial Day weekend with just $28.1 million through Sunday in North American theaters, while X-Men: Apocalypse debuted on top with an estimated $65 million. The family-friendly video-game adaptation The Angry Birds Movie grossed $18.7 million in its second weekend, good enough for third place. Captain America: Civil War followed with $15.1 million in its fourth weekend. (It has passed $1.1 billion globally.)

Compiled from wire reports.