6 Things to Know: November 13

1. A Trigg County, Kentucky grand jury indicted Ryan Champion. The district attorney says he will seek the death penalty in the deaths of Lindsey, Joy and Emily Champion, as well as Vito Riservato.

2. The cost of college continues to rise. The College Board found you’ll pay almost 19,000 to send your child to an in-state four-year university.

3. The Paducah Power System’s board approved a plan to bring in the revenue it needs without raising your rates. But interim general manager Mark Crisson warns it’s not a guarantee that rates will drop.

4. Democrats did not block a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline in hopes of helping Louisiana U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu win a run-off in December. Republicans then scheduled a vote in the House on the bill sponsored by her opponent.

5. Lava burned through the asphalt of a driveway in Hawaii, but the break-out flows do not pose an immediate threat to homes. Those living down slope of the main flow have been ordered to evacuate.

6. Construction crews will close the Eggner’s Ferry Bridge tonight at 9 p.m. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the bridge connecting Marshall and Trigg counties will be opened back up by 5 a.m. Friday morning.

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