Six things to know – 11/13/15

Here are six things to know for today.

No more Mr. Nice Guy. GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump came out swinging at a campaign stop. Trump even compared rival Ben Carson’s childhood "pathological temper" to the illness of a child molester.

After a string of high profile incidents in 2012, the Secret Service is again under fire. The arrest of a uniformed officer on charges of trying to solicit a teenage girl for sex and sending obscure images and texts online is the latest blunder for the agency.

The Gibson County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for two jail escapees. Jason Clapper and Joseph Bell escaped from the county jail Wednesday night. Gibson County dispatch says the two may be heading towards Orlando, Florida.

Andy McAmis will be arraigned today. McAmis is facing murder charges in connection to the death of Harold Bone. Bone was found with stab wounds at Dolly McNutt Plaza on Halloween morning.

A prisoner who was the focus of a fierce manhunt in New York earlier this year will be in court today. Convicted murderer David Sweat escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility in June along with another prison, Richard Matt.

It was just a little over a month ago that we gave away the St. Jude Dream Home. It’s time to get started on the next Dream Home. The groundbreaking will be held this morning and tickets will go on sale May 3, 2016. The house will be given away on Sunday, July 31.

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