Six things to know

Here are six things to know for today.

Police are asking for your help finding Andy McAmis. He’s wanted for the murder of Harold Bone in downtown Paducah on Halloween. Detectives found Bone in Dolly McNutt plaza with puncture wounds to his torso around 9:15 a.m. Saturday.

Matt Bevin and Jack Conway will be in western Kentucky today for one last push before the election tomorrow. Conway will be at Backwoods Bar-b-Que at 2:00 p.m. Bevin will be at Barkley Regional Airport at 5:30 p.m.

The Russian passenger plane that crashed in Egypt apparently broke up at high altitude. That’s according to Russia’s top aviation official. Investigators are hoping to find more answers from the plane’s black boxes, which have been discovered. 224 people died in the crash.

Wreckage of what’s believed to be the El Faro cargo ship may have been found. The National Transportation Safety Board says the ship appears to be upright almost three miles down on the ocean floor. 33 crew members died when the ship was hit by hurricane Joaquin.

Actor and famous U.S. Senator Fred Thompson has died. His family says he died peacefully in Nashville surrounded by his family after a recurrence of lymphoma. Thompson was 73.

We have to wait until Friday to see the new James Bond film "Spectre." However, the movie is a smash in Europe, raking in over $80 million and breaking records in the United Kingdom.

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