Six things to know – 9/8/16

Here are six things to know for today.

Police in Phoenix are looking for three men who shot and killed a woman as she drove down a busy highway late Wednesday night. Police say the woman was shot while she was on the phone with the dispatcher reporting someone driving recklessly.

Post-tropical cyclone Newton is weakening as it moves across Arizona. The National Hurricane Center says its maximum sustained winds are around 25 miles per hour.

Former University of Kentucky football star Rick Massie is accused of sexually assaulting two students when he was football coach at Bourbon County High School. He has pleaded not-guilty.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are busy with campaign stops today, no doubt answering to some of the promises they made during the Commander in Chief forum Wednesday night. Both fielded 30 minutes of questions about their experience and judgment to be America’s next leader.

Twelve time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte will not compete at the 2017 World Championship meet in July. The international and U.S. Olympic committees suspended him for 10 months for his robbery claim in Rio de Janeiro.

The NFL season kicks off tonight on NBC. Last year’s Superbowl champions, the Denver Broncos, will host the Carolina Panthers. The season kicks off at 7:30 p.m. on WPSD Local 6.

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