Six things to know – 4/26/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Five state primaries will be held today. Voters will head to the polls in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.

School districts and authorities brace for the possibility of a severe weather outbreak that could produce powerful, long-track twisters and large hail to the Great Plains.

A federal appeals court reinstated Tom Brady’s suspension in connection to the deflategate scandal. The union representing Brady says they’ll keep fighting for him.

The St. Louis Blues beat the Blackhawks 3 to 2. Last night’s game was the 7th game of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

We’re waiting on official word about an expected indictment of Johnny Manziel. He is the former Cleveland Browns quarterback facing assault charges. He is accused of hitting his ex-girlfriend.

If you want to help the Shoe N For Kids program, you can make a donation at participating Shoe Carnival locations. You have until May 13 to donate.

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