Six things to know – 5/19/16

Here are six things to know for today.

EgyptAir flight 804 likely crashed in the Mediterranean Sea after if fell off the radar overnight. The flight was on the way from Paris to Cairo with 66 passengers and crew members aboard.

The gun George Zimmerman used to kill Florida teenager Trayvon Martin has been sold. But it is still unclear if the $138,000 bid is legitimate.

Storm victims in Graves County still need your donations as they clean up from the tornado. Organizers say cleaning supplies are still needed.

The labor department is doubling the salary threshold for people who work overtime. President Obama’s administration estimates the move will put $12 billion in the pockets of workers over the next decade.

Edward Ream could spend 90 days in prison after a jury convicted him of attempted torture of a dog or cat. He’s the Ballard County bus driver who was charged with leaving out containers of meat soaked in anti-freeze to kill neighborhood pets.

A new splash park in Carbondale will open on May 28. Local firefighters have already filled the new park for the big opening weekend.

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