What to Know
- Halloween 2018 has arrived – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Wednesday, October 31st.
Halloween 2018 has arrived – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Wednesday, October 31st.
Weather wise, after several days of cooler weather in South Florida the high temps in the mid-80s are back with no rain in the forecast.
No. 1 - Today is the deadline for the Supreme Court to issue a ruling on whether the Trump Administration can repeal DACA and shut down the program.
No. 2 - The President is in Florida today, campaigning for candidates ahead of next week's midterm elections. This as political pushback continues over his proposal to end birthright citizenship with an executive order. Legal scholars and even some republicans say the president cannot reverse the 14th amendment.
No. 3 - A Miami-Dade man is recovering after he was shot 18 times in a drive-by shooting with a paintball gun.
No. 4 - Later this morning, Congresswoman Debbie Wassermann Schultz will hold a press conference to talk about enrolling for the Affordable Care Act. Open enrollment kicks off tomorrow and runs until the 15th of December.
No. 5 - Events are happening all across South Florida to celebrate Halloween, including the city of Miami Beach inviting families and kids of all ages to celebrate on Lincoln Road at one of the largest spook-tacular parties in the country!
No. 6 - Fort Lauderdale's 59th annual International Boat Show begins today! It's the largest boat show in the world and lasts through the weekend.