Six things to know – 4/18/16
Here are six things to know for today.
Hundreds of people are dead and thousands are injured after an earthquake shook Ecuador over the weekend. Right now search crews are looking through the rubble for victims and survivors.
Lawmakers in Brazil made an overnight decision to impeach the president. That vote came amid charges that the president misused funds from public banks to shore up the government’s finances during her tough election in 2014.
Paducah’s mayoral candidates are ready to debate tonight. The event is free and open to the public. It will be held from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Paducah’s MarketHouse Theatre.
Presidential candidates are gearing up for tomorrow’s primary in New York. Republican candidates will compete for 94 delegates. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton will fight for 291.
The AQS Quilt show is coming to town. The judges had a look at all of them in this weekend’s "Parade of Quilts." Tomorrow night, the panel will hand out awards. We will be live downtown Wednesday as quilters gear up for the first big day of the 2016 quilt show.
It’s tax day. If you’re filing electronically, you must finish your return before the end of business hours. All mailed returns must be postmarked by today. You’ll have to file form 4868 for a sixth extension.