Six things to know – 11/3/15
Here are six things to know for today.
Paducah police are still looking for Andy McAmis. He is the 51-year-old charged with murdering Harold Bone in Dolly McNutt plaza on Saturday. If you see of know where he might be, call Paducah Police at (270) 444-8550.
Oklahoma State University and the city of Stillwater will hold a community-wide memorial service tonight to honor the lives lost after the tragic homecoming parade accident. Four people died after a car crashed into the crowd.
Ohio could become the 5th state to legalize marijuana. Voters will decide today if the plant can be used medically and recreationally in a special election today. Right now, about two dozen, including Illinois, allow medical marijuana.
Drivers heading west to Metropolis from Paducah should watch out for a lane restriction over the I-24 Ohio River bridge. Starting this morning, road crews plan to take down the restriction for eastbound lanes and put one up for westbound lanes instead.
The 2015 World Series Champions will be officially welcomed by fans in Kansas City. The champs will enjoy a parade through the city and then attend a victory rally. The Royals won the World Series over the New York Mets 4 games to 1 on Sunday.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has ordered flags over the state capitol and all state office buildings to be flown at half-staff in honor of former U.S. Senator Fred Thompson. Thompson’s family says he died in Nashville on Sunday after a recurrence of lymphoma.