6 things to know – 6/2/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Two weeks are left until EgyptAir flight 804’s black boxes stop sending a signal. Crews are narrowing their search area to about 1.25 miles. They will need a special ship to get to the boxes, which won’t arrive for about a week.

At least 15 people are dead after a car bomb ripped through a hotel in Somalia. The terror group Al Shabaab has claimed responsibility.

More rain for southeast Texas today. Forecasters are calling for at least two more inches of rain. That’s especially dangerous for towns on the Brazos river that is already above flood stage.

An autopsy is happening today for the pilot pulled out of a plane crash in Hancock County, Kentucky. The plane belongs to Robert Dalzell Jr. but Kentucky State Police can’t confirm if he was the pilot.

The St. Louis Cardinals dropped a game to the Milwaukee Brewers after several rain delays yesterday. The final score, 3-1.

The 400 mile yard sale kicks off today and runs through Saturday. Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Byars wants to remind everyone not to stop in the middle of the road if you see something you like.

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