Six things to know – 4/29/16
Here are six things to know for today.
Twenty people were arrested after a Donald Trump rally turned dangerous overnight. It all started because of comments Trump made at a late-night rally.
The FBI might have stopped a future attempt of attacking President Obama. Federal investigators found several pipe bombs in John Roos’ home overnight. Roos will be in court today on allegations he made threats against the president.
Police are looking for Russell Mitchell. He is missing from Princeton, Kentucky. He was last seen Sunday evening around 5:30 p.m.
Newly drafted Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil says he was hacked. This after a series of bizarre posts from his social media accounts just minutes before the NFL draft kicked off. Tunsil slipped from his spot in the top five to the 13th spot after the videos popped up.
A Louisville based group called Waterstep says they will donate drinking water and provide medical training in Ecuador. Their help comes after a massive earthquake killed more than 600 people there.
We’re 98 days away from the start of the Summer Olympics in Rio. The new uniforms for Team USA are being designed by Ralph Lauren Polo. The athletes will wear them during Rio’s closing ceremony.