Here are six things to know for today.
It's expected to be another sunny day in South Carolina but the worry isn't over yet. More flooding is expected as rivers swollen from days of torrential rains make their way toward the ocean.
There are still a lot of questions about US airstrikes on an Afghan hospital that killed 22 people. One of the biggest questions, did the decision to open fire exceed the authority under which American forces have operated since their combat mission ended nearly a year ago?
Volkswagen will start a massive recall in January. The company says 11 million vehicles have the diesel engine with the software used to cheat on US emission tests.
One year and nine months later, Keith Griffith's home in Reidland is finally coming down. McCracken County Commissioner Bill Bartleman tell us work is expected to start this morning and should be completed by the end of the week.
The land at 619 North 6th Street in Paducah could be the new home for the dome pavilion. City leaders want to buy the property from P and L railway for $295,000. They will vote on the ordinance next week.
The iconic dinosaur outside Chicago's Field Museum is ready for tonight's big game. The Chicago Cubs play the Pittsburgh Pirates tonight in a one-game wildcard series to determine which will advance to the next playoff round to meet the St. Louis Cardinals.
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