Here are six things to know for today.
Investigators are looking into the cause of a massive fire that destroyed an apartment complex in Kansas City, Missouri and killed two firefighters. The building was flagged three times in 2014 for work being done without any permits.
Lawyers for Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis say the altered marriage licenses she issued to same-sex couples are valid because they have been recognized by Governor Steve Beshear and Attorney General Jack Conway.
The City of Carbondale, Illinois is moving forward with a master plan to enhance the downtown area. A consulting firm will unveil its plans tonight to the city council.
Businesses who get their power from Jackson Purchase Energy will see a 20% increase on their bills. This increase will likely affect homeowners as well with higher rates as soon as May of 2016.
You might want to think fresh before you bite into a caramel apple this year. Thirty-six people became ill and seven people died last year from pre-packaged caramel apples contaminated with listeria. Researchers say the bacteria is mostly found on unrefrigerated apples.
The wait is on for the Chicago Cubs, after defeating the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League division series to secure their first post-season victory in 12 years. The Cubs will now play the winner of the New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers division series.
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