Six things to know – 6/30/16
Here are six things to know for today.
The three suicide bombers behind Tuesday’s attack at an Istanbul airport were from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. We still do not know what terror group they were affiliated with.
We still don’t know why nearly 100 kids started a riot in a Milwaukee, Wisconsin park overnight. They threw bricks at cars, lit things on fire, and clashed with police.
Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke will be back in court today. He could learn who will be prosecuting him for the 2014 shooting death of Laquan McDonald. Last month the Cook County prosecutor asked to be excused from the case.
In the next day or two, the Pentagon is expected to launch new rules allowing transgender service members to serve openly in the U.S. military. But senior military leaders are concerned that the Pentagon is moving too quickly.
Four western Kentucky State Park resorts will get some upgrades. The Lake Barkley, Kentucky Dam Village, Kenlake, and Pennyrile Forest State Park will get some new paint and repairs this year.
A vineyard in a dry county is making wine to sell and serve. Fancy Farm Vineyard and Winery in Graves County, Kentucky got their license to do so. The vineyard plans to host a celebration this Saturday.