Six things to know – 8/8/16

Here are six things to know for today.

All Delta Airlines flights are grounded this morning because of a major computer glitch. Delta has not said what the problem is, but they have been tweeting unhappy customers they hope to have it fixed soon.

A Kansas City, Kansas waterpark could close its doors forever pending the outcome of the investigation into how a 10-year-old boy died on a waterslide over the weekend. The park will stay closed for now.

An explosion at a Pakistan hospital killed 63 people and injured several others. It is believed that a suicide bomber is behind it but police have not confirmed that information.

Paducah is commemorating its annual 8th of August Celebration. African Americans traditionally observe the day in celebration of their ancestors emancipation from slavery.

Did you know you could still get tickets to the Rio Summer Olympics? Organizers say there are more than one million tickets still for sale.

It is the first full day of Olympic games in Rio. Today’s events kick off at 10:00 a.m.

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