What to Know
- It’s Tuesday, October 30th – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for the day.
It’s Tuesday, October 30th – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for the day.
Weather wise, the cooler morning temperatures will lead to a comfortable afternoon with high temperatures in the mid-80s.
No. 1 – The first of 11 funerals is today following this weekend's deadly synagogue shooting. President Trump is expected to visit the crime scene in Pittsburgh this afternoon, joined by the first lady.
No. 2 – An interfaith peace vigil will be held tonight on Miami Beach to remember the victims of the shooting. Guests can show up as early as 5pm at the Holocaust Memorial on Miami Beach for the special service.
No. 3 – We are one week away from midterm election day. President Trump will hold rallies in Florida this week to campaign for gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and Senate candidate Rick Scott.
Former president Barack Obama will also hit the campaign trail in Florida this week to campaign for gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum.
No. 4 – A South Florida student is accused of planning a school shooting. Police say the teen at Somerset Academy in Pembroke Pines wanted to shoot students at his former school who he says bullied him.
No. 5 – Florida's two senators want the federal government to do more to help the victims of Hurricane Michael. In an open letter to FEMA’s director, Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson asked the agency to deploy mobile homes and RV’s to the panhandle for thousands displaced by the storm.
No. 6 – Today you could score free pizza courtesy of Miami’s first Blaze Pizza location. The restaurant is celebrating the new store with a free "build your own pizza" for anyone who visits the new location on London Square in West Kendall.