Six things to know – 12/11/15
Here are six things to know for today.
FBI and police divers will continue to search a lake for clues into the San Bernardino, California shooting that left 14 people dead and 22 wounded. The FBI says Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik visited the area near the lake before the shootings.
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump has caused a lot of waves lately with his comments about Muslims. Now a golf course in Dubai has remove Trump’s picture and name from parts of the development and course.
History would be made if Hillary Clinton becomes president, but what about her husband former President Bill Clinton? What would his role be? Clinton tells host Seth Meyer of Late Night that her husband might be useful in the White House as a host and adviser.
163 Syrian refugees are now in Toronto. This is the first planeload to refugees to arrive under new Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who pledged to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of February. The refugees will meet with their Canadian host families later today.
Traffic along a section of US 60 in Ballard County will be restricted starting today. Crews will be near mile marker 0.3 in Wickliffe to replace a curb. The project is expected to take about two weeks to finish.
Three astronauts are headed home from the International Space Station after spending 141 days in orbit. They are due to land in Kazakhstan.