Six things to know – 8/10/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Police are still investigating a fatal shooting at a birthday party in Louisville overnight. One woman was killed and two men were injured. One of the victims is listed in critical condition.

More controversial comments from Donald Trump this morning. The Republican presidential nominee says if rival Hillary Clinton is elected president, the "Second Amendment people" may be the only way to prevent her from picking federal judges.

The police chief from Greeneville, Tennessee says a mechanical problem caused three girls to fall from a ferris wheel. One of the girls is still in critical condition this morning.

Kids everywhere are not looking forward to this. The Centers for Disease Control says this year’s flu vaccine has to be given by needle instead of a nasal spray. Doctors say the spray wasn’t very effective last year.

The United States is pulling away in Rio. Team USA is in the lead right now with 26 medals, 9 of those gold. NBC’s coverage of the games in Rio picked up this morning at 9:00 a.m. with beach volleyball.

90 Delta flights are cancelled today because of the computer problems that popped up late Sunday night. If you are flying Delta today, check your flight online before you head out the door.

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