Here are six things to know for today.
New York City is on high alert after the terror group ISIS released a new propaganda video. The video shows several scenes in Manhattan including Times Square. It also includes images of terrorist sharpshooters and terrorist wearing suicide belts.
House Republicans are ready to push legislation through Congress that would block more Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. The GOP says the bill is in response to the public's call for greater protection. President Obama says he will veto the bill.
Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle will learn his fate today. Fogle is scheduled to be sentenced on child pornography and sex-crime charges. Fogle is facing up to 12 years in prison.
There will be a public meeting tonight at the Metropolis Community Center to talk about the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's findings related to the uranium hexafluoride leak at the Honeywell plant in August. The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. at the community center at 900 West 10th Street in Metropolis.
The Kentucky Career Center is working to put laid off Verso employees back to work. A job fair is scheduled for today from Noon - 4:00 p.m. at West Kentucky Community and Technical College. Bring your resume and be prepared for an interview.
The 6th annual Cram the Cruiser food drive begins tomorrow and continues through December 11. Food collection sites have been set up at all 16 Kentucky state police posts and the KSP headquarters in Frankfort.
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