Here are the six things you need to know this morning.
At least 100 people may speak at James Holmes' sentencing over the next three days. The hearings will give survivors a chance to share their stories with the judge. It will not change the verdict.
The Kentucky Republican Party will hold a presidential caucus in March if Rand Paul deposits the $250,000 needed by September 18. If everything is paid for, the caucus will be on March 5.
President Obama's disapproval rating is on the rise. The latest CNN poll says 51% disapprove of how Obama is doing as president. That's up 47% from last month.
If you are interested in Monarch butterflies and their migration pattern, the John James Audubon State Park in Henderson, Kentucky will have two programs you may be interested in. At the programs you can learn how to identify and catch the insects. They will be held on September 12 and 19.
Pandemonium has erupted at the Smithsonian National Zoo with the birth of two giant Panda cubs. Veterinarians won't know the gender of either cub for a few weeks.
Make sure to give yourself some extra time today if you drive across the Eggners Ferry Bridge. The bridge will be down to one lane. Crews will be pouring concrete today starting at 3:00 p.m., and again on Wednesday and Thursday.
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