6 things to know – 2/24/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Donald Trump is celebrating his win in the Nevada Republican caucus. Trump his won three contests in a row after finishing second in the Iowa caucuses.

The death toll in Fiji from cyclone Winston is now 42 with a least four people missing, including an infant. Many of the islands still don’t have electricity or running water.

Apple is expected to tell a federal judge this week that its fight with the FBI over accessing a locked iPhone belonging to Syed Farook should be handled by Congress, rather than decided by the courts.

Communities all across the gulf coast are cleaning up after tornadoes and severe weather passed through the area. At least 2 people are dead in Louisiana and Mississippi. 31 people were taken to hospitals, seven of those are in critical condition.

The Raleigh, North Carolina police union will not boycott Beyonce’s upcoming concert in response to her Super Bowl halftime act and new video. Unions in Miami, Tampa, and Nashville are either calling for officers to not volunteer to work her shows because the act and her video contain what they say are anti-police messages.

Warner Brothers says advance tickets sales for "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice," will begin next Monday, February 29. The dark knight and the man of steel collide on the big screen March 25.

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