Here are six things to know for today.
A federal judge says Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who won't issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples because of her religious beliefs, has until close of business today to respond to the latest motion in the case. Davis and her six deputy clerks have a hearing in federal court on Thursday.
The case of six Baltimore police officers indicted in the death of Freddie Gray heads to court today. Hearings will be held over the next two weeks. Police are gearing up for protests and potential unrest during the hearings.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam's proposal to raise the gas tax next year faces another problem. The committee chair says there isn't enough time to put together a road fund proposal for the upcoming legislative session.
There will be a job fair today for people working at the Verso paper mill in Wickliffe, Kentucky. Employment service group, Extra Help, will be at Wickliffe City Hall from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
A temporary ferry allowing farmers to get around road work on the "Shawneetown" bridge over the Ohio River will be available during the Labor Day holiday weekend. The change was made after farmers expressed interest in moving equipment during the holiday.
If you bought a iPhone charger from Charlotte Russe, you are asked to stop using it. The stores say their brand of iPhone chargers can catch fire. So far there are no reports of injuries. If you have one, you can contact the company at 877-936-6677 for a refund.
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