Six things to know – 4/12/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Two more people face charges this morning in connection to last month’s deadly attacks in Brussels. Federal prosecutors in Belgium say the two suspects rented the apartment that served as a hideout for the bomber who attacked the Brussels subway. Thirty-two people were killed in that attack.

A Kentucky Senate committee killed two bills meant to save Kynect and the Medicaid expansion. Governor Matt Bevin says the state-run health insurance exchange is too costly and unsustainable. He plans to dismantle Kynect and transition to the federal site.

Kentucky State Police are still looking for Michael Hunter. KSP says he walked out of the Fulton County Detention Center while on work detail Sunday night around 7:30 p.m. Hunter may be headed to Hardin or Nelson County areas of Kentucky.

Ford’s F150 has earned the highest safety rating for large trucks. Other trucks makers like Chevy, Dodge, and Toyota didn’t do as well in the new crash tests performed by the insurance industry.

Expect lane and load width restrictions on the US 51 Ohio River Cairo Bridge today. That’s the bridge between Wickliffe, Kentucky and Cairo, Illinois. The work zone will only be up during the day. No word on when construction will wrap up.

Melted cheese on bread is an American staple. Today is National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day. It is believed the grilled cheese sandwich originated in the 1920s. 

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