Six things to know – 4/5/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Police arrested six Villanova fans overnight. They were celebrating the Wildcats NCAA win when police say they got out of hand. Villanova has also canceled classes today.

The Federal Aviation Administration is at the scene of a helicopter crash in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee this morning. The sightseeing helicopter crashed near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park yesterday. All five people on board died.

The Amtrak train conductor aboard a train that crashed in Chester, Pennsylvania Sunday night was not speeding before he crashed. Federal Investigators also say he applied the emergency brakes before hitting a backhoe that was on the tracks. That crash killed two people.

All deportations of illegal immigrants out of Greece have been stopped. Boarder supervisors say they’re getting reports that some of the people they shipped to Turkey were not in the country illegally.

Wisconsin voters will vote for Democrats and Republicans in today’s primary election. Polls opened at 7:00 a.m.

If you don’t have lunch plans, get a pizza. It is National Deep Dish Pizza Day.

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