Six things to know: June 6, 2016
Families forced out of their homes in Mosier, Oregon because of an oil train crash on Friday can start returning home Monday. Clean up crews lifted the mandatory evacuation order overnight Sunday.
Tropical Storm Colin is making its way toward Florida Monday. People there are getting ready for it by filling sandbags and protecting their homes. Forecasters say the storm will carry 50 miler per hour winds and up to 8 inches of rain.
A new reports shows that EgyptAir flight 804 had several problems before crashing in the Mediterranean Sea. French media reports, the plane made three emergency landings because of the plane’s warning systems went off. The plane continued to fly after inspectors checked it all three times and found nothing wrong.
Muhammad Ali’s friends, family and fans are setting up makeshift memorials in his hometown of Louisville and other cites, like Atlanta. A public funeral will be held in Louisville on Friday.
The family of Coy Lutz wants loved ones to make contributions to UT Martin’s rodeo scholarship fund in lieu of flowers. Coy is the UT Martin student killed during a rodeo in New Jersey last weekend. A visitation will be held today for Lutz. His funeral will be held tomorrow.
Hillary Clinton is just 29 delegates shy of what she needs to clinch the democratic presidential nomination. She won primaries in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Tomorrow, voters in California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and the Dakotas go to the polls.
These are the six things to know for today, Monday June 6, 2016.