Six things to know – 6/9/16

Here are six things to know for today.

At least 27 people are dead after two car bombs went off miles from each other in Baghdad, Iraq. Earlier this morning, ISIS posted on social media claiming responsibility.

The special ship French crews will use to dig for EgyptAir flight 804’s black boxes will arrive in 3 days. That leaves only about a week to find them before the boxes stop sending a signal.

Trigg County Sheriff’s deputies are still searching for Joey Noel. He was spotted in the Blue Springs Estates area around 1:00 a.m in a light colored shirt and camo pants. Noel is considered armed and dangerous. If you see him, call 911.

Bernie Sanders and President Obama are set to meet privately at the White House this morning. It is not clear what they will talk about, but we do know that Sanders requested the meeting.

The Superman Celebration kicks off in Metropolis, Illinois today. The festival runs through Sunday.

President Obama will be on The Tonight Show Thursday for his first interview ever with Jimmy Fallon. You can watch The Tonight Show on WPSD Local 6.

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