Six things to know – 2/1/16
Here a six things to know for today.
Tonight is the first big test for the presidential candidates. In Iowa, Hillary Clinton has a 3 point lead over Democratic rival Bernie Sanders. Donald Trump has a five point lead over fellow Republican Ted Cruz.
Two Virginia Tech engineering students have been arrested in connection to the death of a 13-year-old girl. The remains of Nicole Madison Lovell were found on Saturday, three days after she disappeared from home.
After eight days on the run, three fugitives are back in custody in California. Now police are trying to figure out how they were able to break out of a maximum security prison. Police have already arrested a woman who taught English at the prison who they believe may have helped them.
A reminder to hose of you impacted by the flooding in Missouri. Anyone who suffered damage to their homes, cars, or businesses from December 23rd to January 9th may be eligible for help from FEMA.
The American Red Cross needs blood donations. Right now, their blood supply is at an emergency level after more than 300 Red Cross blood drives were cancelled by winter weather.
The Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos touched down at the San Jose International Airport ahead of Super Bowl 50. The two teams square off this Sunday in the NFL at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Carla.