Six things to know – 11/5/15

Here are six things to know for today.

The search for Randall Wilson is expected to begin again this morning. Wilson was last seen leaving for work in Mayfield Wednesday morning. If you have any information, call the Graves County Sheriff’s Department at 270-247-4501.

Protests against Donald Trump hosting Saturday Night Live are growing louder. A coalition of advocacy groups is calling on NBC to drop the GOP candidate as host because of his anti-immigration stance.

Former Marshall County High School coach Ron Barnard will be sentenced today. He entered a plea deal in September on several charges related to sexual abuse with a minor. He’s expected to spend 7 years behind bars and be put on the sex offender registry.

We could get a possible ruling in a case between Mid-Continent and Huntingdon Bank this afternoon. The dispute stems from who Mid-Continent chose to lease the school’s campus to.  At the last hearing, the judge said MCU and Huntingdon should try and settle out of court.

Kevin Neal is now the judge executive in Marshall County. Neal succeeds Mike Miller, who served for 40 years. Neal says his first order of business as judge executive is to get to know his colleagues.

It was a big night for country music in Nashville, Tennessee. Miranda Lambert took home female vocalist of the year and Chris Stapleton took home album of the year, new artist of the year, and male vocalist of the year.

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