Six things to know – 6/7/16

Here are six things to know for today.

A Chicago girl is in serious condition after she was hit in a drive by shooting overnight. Police are still looking for suspects.

Two Mayfield police officers are suspended without pay, but we’re still not sure why. Mayor Teresa Rochetti-Cantrell confirms a police major and police lieutenant were suspended and an investigation is underway.

Tropical storm Colin is getting weaker as it moves across the Florida panhandle this morning. Yesterday it tore down power lines and trees, leaving some 2,000 people without power.

A California judge is under fire for what many are calling a light sentence for ex-Standford student Brock Turner. He will spend six months in jail for sexually assaulting a woman while she was unconscious.

Check your pantry. Hostess is recalling Ding-Dongs, Zingers, and Choco-Diles because the labels incorrectly say they do not include peanuts.

Six more states head to the polls for the last Super Tuesday of the year. This, despite reports that Hillary Clinton has enough delegates to secure the Democratic nomination.

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