Six things to know – 9/28/16

Here are six things to know for today.

A standoff in McCracken County is now over. McCracken County deputies arrested George Thomas overnight saying he is at the center of a domestic assault investigation. Deputies say members of the county special services team had to use flash bangs and force their way into Thomas’ home.

The man shot by officers in Cajon, California died overnight. Protests erupted at the scene of the shooting and the police department after police announced that the man was unarmed. Police released a picture which they say shows the man pulled an item out of his pocket and pointed it at officers while standing in a "shooting stance."

President Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Britain’s Prince Charles, and French President Francois Hollande are among the world leaders expected to attend Shimon Peres’ funeral in Jerusalem Friday. Israel’s former president died Tuesday after suffering complications from a stroke.

Police in Cape Girardeau are investigating the death of a 30-year-old man found overnight on South Ellis Street. The police department says they found the man’s body while responding to reports of shots fired in that same area. 

You can now bring your dogs to events in Paducah without putting a muzzle on them. The amendment to the dog ordinance passed during Tuesday’s night city commission meeting. Mayor Gayle Kaler says the rule is difficult to regulate in the first place.

The showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most-watched presidential debate ever, with 84 million viewers. No debate since 1980 had exceeded 70 million viewers.

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