Six things to know – 2/9/16
Here are six things to know for today.
The New Hampshire primary is here and Republicans and Democrats are looking for a big win today. New Hampshire is the first primary state which makes a win there an important victory for the preferred candidate come the November 8 election.
Rescue workers in Taiwan are still searching for survivors after a massive 6.4 magnitude earthquake made a building collapse, trapping more than 100 people in the rubble. So far, the death toll for Saturday’s quake stands at 41.
If you haven’t applied for federal assistance yet, a recovery center is Cape Girardeau, Missouri is open starting today. You can stop by the Salvation Army office at 701 Good Hope Street. Recovery specialists from FEMA, the U.S. Small Business Administration and other agencies will be available to help you process an application. The center will be open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Doctor Ted Jefferson will be in McCracken County court this morning for his arraignment. Jefferson is facing terroristic threatening and disorderly conduct charges.
President Obama will release the 2017 fiscal year budget proposal today. This will be the president’s final budget proposal as he prepares to leave the office next winter.
The Denver Broncos are going to party like its 1998 today. The Super Bowl champions will ride a parade through the streets of the mile high city to celebrate the team’s 3rd Super Bowl championship.