Six things to know – 7/27/16

Here are six things to know for today.

The Japanese man who broke into a home for the disabled and attacked people with a knife says his attack was justified. He told police he wants to apologize for what he did, but added he thinks disabled people should be wiped out.

The body of a woman found dismembered in the Green River in Barren County, Kentucky has been identified. Kristen Edwards was reported missing a few weeks ago. The case is considered a homicide.

At least 40 people are dead after a car bomb went off at a police station in a Syrian town overnight. The Islamic State says they are behind it and promise more violence is coming.

Hillary Clinton is officially the Democratic presidential nominee. She accepted the position last night. Tonight at the DNC, President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are set to speak.

The Powerball jackpot is up to $422 million. The next drawing is tonight and we’ll have the numbers for you on Local 6 at 10.

There’s only four days left until we give away this year’s St. Jude Dream Home. There are fewer than 1,100 tickets left.?

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