Six things to know – 8/3/16

Here are six things to know for today.

A 14-year-old boy from Shelby County, Tennessee is still missing after slipping into the Mississippi River last night. Crews are still searching using boats and helicopters. The teen has not been identified.

All flights to the airport in Dubai are being rerouted this morning. This after a Emirates airline jet caught fire. No one was hurt.

One man is dead after a small plane crashed in Destin, Florida overnight. The National Transportation Safety Board believes he was the pilot, but they are waiting on an autopsy to confirm that.

Another locally transmitted Zika virus case popped up in Florida overnight. NBC says the patient lives slightly outside the Wynwood area, leading doctors to believe the virus is spreading.

Most of the votes for Missouri’s primary elections are tallied. That includes local and state contests.

The Olympic torch will arrive in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil later today. It’s been traveling across Brazil since late June. The opening ceremonies in Rio kick off on Friday.

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