Six things to know – 4/11/16
Here are six things to know for today.
Medical teams are taking care of the hundreds injured in a massive fire that killed 110 people in India. Police are searching for as many as 10 suspects who they say are responsible for starting the fire. Five people have already been arrested.
Human error is to blame for a train derailment in Wisconsin. It happened in November, sending more than 20,000 gallons of ethanol into the Mississippi River. According to the La Crosse Tribune, the train operator applied the brakes too quickly, and that caused 24 cars to jump the tracks.
Who has the edge with voters in the general election? A new Associated Press – GFK Poll shows voters trust Hillary Clinton more than Donald Trump to handle a wide range of issues.
Donald Trump is crying foul over the delegate process. The Republican front-runner says the way the country chooses presidential nominees is "corrupt" and "crooked." Trump faces a possible brokered convention in July.
Bryan Adams is challenging a new Mississippi law. Adams is canceling a performance in Biloxi saying the state’s new law that allows religious groups and some private businesses to refuse service to gay couples is "incomprehensible."
Netflix is raising the price of its standard high definition service to $9.99 in May. Netflix first announced the price change in May of 2014, but gave existing customers a two year waiting period. The increase impacts 17 million subscribers.