Six things to know – 9/26/16

Here are six things to know for today.

People in Cedar Rapids, Iowa are preparing for flood waters. Leaders have asked people to evacuate as the Cedar River is forecasted to crest at 23 feet tomorrow. That is eight feet above flood stage.

Aid trucks are now moving into Syria. It is the first convoy to move through since last week’s end to the U.S./Russia cease fire agreement. Now leaders say another cease fire deal may be possible.

We will have a crew in the courtroom for Danny Kelley’s pretrial hearing. He is the local Fleming Furniture owner facing 12 felony charges. He is accused of taking payments from customers and never ordering their furniture.

Protesters in Charlotte remained peaceful overnight. Sunday was the first night since the mayor lifted the curfew. People there are protesting the officer-involved shooting death of Keith Scott.

Fans, friends, family, and athletes are responding today about the death of Arnold Palmer. Palmer passed away from complications of heart problems. He was 87 years old.

NBC’s coverage of tonight’s first ever presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump starts at 8:00 p.m. Lester Holt is the moderator.

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