Six things to know – 5/2/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Voters in Indiana will head to the polls tomorrow. Candidates are set to compete in the primary election there. Democrats will fight for 92 delegates. There are 57 Republican delegates.

87 of Detroit’s 100 schools are closed today because of a threatened teacher shortage. The teachers’ union encouraged instructors to call in sick today after the district told them they wouldn’t get paid after June 30. The issue is state funding.

Paducah police need your help finding Mark Coward. He’s been missing since Thursday. Police say he has sandy hair with a scar over the left eye. He may be wearing a white shirt, blue jeans, and glasses.

Nine people face some serious charges after May Day demonstrations turned dangerous overnight. Police say the people they arrested threw rocks, Molotov cocktails, and physically attacked officers at the events.

Derby goers have a new way of enjoying the Kentucky Derby. There is an app that allows players to place their bets, order their food and drink, and even reserve tickets.

It is time to take a gamble? The Powerball jackpot is $346 million and counting.

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