Six things to know – 2/8/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Divers will start searching the southern California coast again this morning for wreckage from two small planes that collided last week. Authorities say the remains of two victims and parts of one plane were recovered Sunday, more than a 100 feet below the ocean surface.

The death toll from a powerful earthquake that caused at 17 story building to collapse in Taiwan is now at least 34. Rescue workers believe there are still more than a hundred people buried in the rubble.

The New Hampshire primary is tomorrow and nine Republican candidates and two Democratic candidates are trying to get their message out today before voters head to the polls. Donald Trump is leading the GOP in the polls, Bernie Sanders is leading the Democrats.

Parts of Kentucky Avenue are set to reopen today. Keith Todd with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet say the south leg of Kentucky Avenue at 16th Street will open this morning as well as some cross roads.

Work on the Interstate 24 Ohio River bridge scheduled to start today has been postponed. The Illinois Department of Transportation says the river is too high and there is too much current to place the barges. No word on when the project is expected to start.

The Denver Broncos are the Super Bowl 50 champions. The Broncos defense was able to stop the Carolina Panthers in a 24 to 10 win.

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