Six things to know – 7/18/16
Here are six things to know for today.
A moment of silence was held in Nice, France for the victims of last week’s terror attacks. It wraps up three days of national mourning for France.
Twenty-seven military generals, dozens of other military leaders, and hundreds of police officers are headed to court in Ankara, Turkey. All of them accused of starting a coup attempt over the weekend. Some protesters there are pushing for their execution.
Marshall County’s rescue squad says they will pick up the search for a missing boater again today. He disappeared after getting knocked into the water on Kentucky Lake Saturday. We still do not know who he is.
You’ve heard the warnings, don’t Pokemon and drive. Now, Uber drivers are offering affordable rides so people can play Pokemon Go on the go without putting you in danger.
Your student can get free medical, dental, and vision screenings today. Bluegrass Medical IRT Health clinics are set up at Paducah Tilghman, Graves County, and Carlisle high schools. If you can’t make it out today, the clinics will be open for the next 10 days.
The Republican National Convention will kick off in Cleveland, Ohio at Noon our time. Lots of speakers are slated to take the stage over the next four days.