Six things to know – 2/16/15

Here are six things to know for today.

Police are looking for the person who fired six shots at the home of the Rutherford County, Tennessee sheriff. The sheriff and his family were inside the home at the time of the shooting. No one was injured.

The Calloway County sheriff’s office is still searching for Jennifer Hicks. Deputies are asking you call them right away with any information. Hicks hasn’t been seen since Tuesday when she left work in a white 2010 Pontiac G6 with a pink breast cancer awareness license plate on the back and a pink UK plate on the front.

Dan Kelley will be arraigned today in McCracken County court. The owner of Fleming Furniture is accused of taking customers’ money and never ordering their furniture. He is also facing six lawsuits for allegedly unpaid bills, including the City of Paducah for withheld payroll taxes.

Representatives from Mid-Continent University will be in bankruptcy court in Louisville, Kentucky today for a hearing. The judge will decide if the university can hire an attorney to go after students and their loans.

You are running out of time if you want to vote absentee in the Kentucky Republican caucus. Applications for absentee voting can be requested through Friday and ballots must be returned to the Kentucky Republican Party by March 4th.

Today is National Almond Day. Almonds are said to be good for your heart and your waistline, packed with vitamin E, magnesium, and fiber.

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