Six things to know – 11/6/15

Here are six things to know for today.

Richmond police officer Daniel Ellis died overnight. He was shot in the head responding to a robbery on Wednesday. Officer Ellis served the Richmond Police Department for 7 years. He leaves behind his wife and 3-year-old son.

We are finding out more information about the Illinois cop who staged his murder. Police records show Lieutenant Joe Gliniewicz had a troubled job history. He was the focus of numerous suspensions, sexual harassment allegations, and complaints that he intimidated an emergency dispatcher with his gun.

The all important October jobs report will be released this morning. The report is expected to show about 180,000 jobs were added in October. The unemployment rate is expected to stay at 5.1%.

The three Democratic presidential hopefuls gather in South Carolina to debate tonight. The debate will air live on MSNBC at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee have been bumped from prime time . Fox News says they don’t have the poll numbers necessary to qualify for the main stage. The debate is Tuesday, November 10, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

This year’s giant Christmas tree will be delivered to Rockefeller Center this morning. The 10 ton tree will be decorated this month, before the official lighting ceremony on December 2.

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