Here are six things to know for today.
The man charged in the shooting death of Memphis police officer Terence Olridge will be arraigned today. Lorenzo Clark is charged with convicted felon in possession of a handgun in the fatal shooting. Clark is being held on a $100,000 bond.
Nearly a dozen Rowan County leaders are heading to Frankfort today to hopefully resolve the situation with county clerks issuing same-sex marriage licenses. Reverend Randy Smith with the groups The Family Foundation of Kentucky says he wants a solution to avoid future disruptions like the one involving Kim Davis.
The intersection of Kentucky Avenue and 21st Street in Paducah is now open. Crews will now close the intersection of south 16th Street and Kentucky Avenue. The work should be completed by December 15 of this year.
Who's looking for breakout moments in the Democratic debate. Martin O-Malley, Jim Webb, and Lincoln Cafee, all running far behind Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, are hoping to gain ground with strong performances in tonight's first Democratic debate.
A bridge connecting two Local 6's states will reopen today. Crews closed the US 60/62 Mississippi River bridge between Illinois and Missouri in March. The contractor finished the needed repairs, five months ahead of schedule.
It's make or break time for the St. Louis Cardinals in their series with the Chicago Cubs. Game four of the National League division series could wrap up tonight in Chicago with a Cubs victory.
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