Here are six things to know for today.
Amazon is suing 1,000 people over fake reviews, but they don't really know who is posting the reviews and misleading their customers. The suit names the website fiverr.com and John Doe.
The Iran nuclear deal is done, but U.S. officials say it'll take a decade to finish all the work. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action ensure Iran's nuclear program will be exclusively peaceful.
You can attend the groundbreaking for Paducah's proposed Riverfront Holiday Inn. It's set for 11:00 a.m. at 600 North 4th Street.
It's National School Bus Safety week and transportation officials say the real safety concern is illegal passing. A new report shows more than 78,000 drivers pass a school bus when the safety arm and stop sign are up.
Police say a 6-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed her 3-year-old brother while they played cops and robbers. Police say the older brother used his dad gun he found on top of their refrigerator in their home. The father faces child endangerment charges.
Tabitha Wheeler is expected to appear in court today. She is accused of crashing a car under the influence in 2014, seriously injuring Corey Gentry.
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