Six things to know – 6/27/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Britain’s Prime Minister wants to wait several months to begin the country’s exit from the European Union. David Cameron says he’ll leave the process to his replacement. He announced he was resigning after the vote on Friday.

Twenty-five people have died as a result of flooding in West Virginia. Forecasters say even more rain could fall today. Several counties are under a flash flood warning.

A woman in Philadelphia died after police say she was shot in the chest with a crossbow. They say the woman’s partner has a history of domestic violence. He has been arrested.

Crittenden-Livingston County water district members are under a boil water advisory at least through this afternoon. The notice also includes people living in Salem and Smithland. A company spokesperson says crews are working on a bad water line.

Paducah’s newest playground is ready for kids. Volunteers wrapped up working at the park located at 13th and Martin Luther King Drive on Sunday.

Today is National HIV Testing Day and Heartland Cares is offering free tests today from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. in Paducah. It takes about 20 minutes and the results will stay confidential.

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