Six things to know – 12/4/15

Here are six things to know for today.

Jeffrey Conrad will be in court this morning. He’s the McCracken County man charged with murder in the June shooting death of Garlon Casey Cox. Conrad said he shot Cox at his Reidland storage unit because Cox was trying to steal from him. Conrad’s trial is scheduled to start on March 16.

A cafe in Paris, where five people were killed by ISIS extremists last month, reopened today. The cafe was targeted by the gunmen and had been piled high with flowers since the November 13 attacks that left 130 people dead.

If you found video of the officer involved shooting out of Chicago on the internet with audio, turns out the audio is fake. Police are still trying to figure out why there isn’t any audio on any of the dash-cams that were at the scene at the time of the shooting.

What economic questions remains unanswered ahead of the release of the November jobs report? The report is expected to show that fewer jobs were added in November than in October.

You can meet with Paducah police today and talk with them about community issues and build a positive relationship. Coffee with a Cop begins at the Panera Bread on James Sanders Boulevard this morning at 7:00 a.m.

Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis is up for Time Person of the Year. In the online poll, Davis is pulling at 0.6%. Democratic candidate for president Bernie Sanders is at the top of the poll.

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