Six things to know – 3/23/16
Here are six things to know for today.
Belgian state broadcaster RTBF identified the two suicide bombers who died during the terror attack on a Brussels’ airport as brothers Khalid and Brahim El Bakraoui. 34 people died and 230 others were injured in the attacks.
Senator Bernie Sanders made some big strides in Tuesday’s primaries and caucuses in Utah, Arizona, and Idaho. He won Utah and Idaho and picked up several delegates in Arizona. Sanders still trails Hillary Clinton by 313 delegates.
A local Domino’s is holding a fundraiser for Dallas Woodford’s family. The second grader was hit and killed by a pickup truck last Wednesday on Berger Road in Paducah. The fundraiser is at the Jackson Street location of Domino’s. 15% of sales will be donated to Woodford’s family to help with any expenses. It runs from 10:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
After three different revised forecasts, the famous cherry blossom trees in Washington D.C. are finally at their peak. Japan gave 3,000 cherry trees to the U.S. back in 1912.
The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Cuban National team four runs to one. The Rays were the first major league baseball team in 17 years to play a game in Cuba.
Today is National Puppy Day. Puppy Day celebrates the joy and destruction that puppies can bring to our homes and lives. It is also a great chance to adopt a dog and give them a loving home.