Six things to know – 12/10/15
Here are six things to know for today.
Accused Planned Parenthood suspect Robert Dear stunned a Colorado courtroom on Wednesday. Dear, accused of killing three people in the attack, defied his own attorney declaring himself a "warrior for babies."
We will have a crew in court today for the arraignment of Thomas McRoy. McRoy is charged with first degree murder and armed criminal action in the shooting death of his parents, Larry and Roxann McRoy.
Students at Southern Illinois University Carbondale could see a tuition hike. Interim Chancellor Brad Colwell plans to present three different budget scenarios to the Board of Trustees today.
This morning President Obama will sign the Every Student Succeeds Act into law. The bill is being called a fix to No Child Left Behind. The bill will give states the authority to decide how to use students’ test scores in assessing teachers and schools.
Today, Walmart is introducing its mobile payment service call Walmart Pay. Though the Walmart app, customers can pay with any iOS or Android device, at any checkout lane, and with any major credit, debit, pre-paid or Walmart gift card.
This morning we will find out the nominees for the Golden Globe awards. The winners of these awards are usually top runners for the Oscars. The Golden Globe awards ceremony will take place on January 10th.