What to Know
- It’s Tuesday, October 30th – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know.
It’s Tuesday, October 30th – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know.
Weather wise, the cooler morning temperatures will lead to a comfortable afternoon with high temperatures in the mid-80s.
No. 1 – First funerals held for Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims as memorials take place across the country
A candlelight vigil is being held in Miami Beach tonight to honor the 11 victims. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is welcoming a community of all faiths to the solidarity vigil to denounce anti-Semitism and all acts of hate in our country. This is happening at 6pm at the Holocaust Memorial on Meridian Avenue - heavy traffic is expected, so try to use ride sharing services to get there.
No. 2 – South Florida landmark Knaus Berry Farms opens for 2018 fall season
A popular fall tradition is back as the location in Redland is open! Lines are long but worth the wait for those cinnamon rolls and really anything else. It's cash only and you have a better chance of a shorter list of you go weekday.
No. 3 – Election Day just one week away
President Trump and former President Obama are both hitting the campaign trail this week in Florida as NBC 6 breaks down the issues, candidate, early voting sites and what to bring with you.
No. 4 – Candy corn fans enjoy day of honor before Halloween
Did you know that candy corn was created in the late 1800s? Originally made with corn syrup, sugar, water, marshmallows, wax and more, the original ingredients are still used in the recipe. People have a love-hate relationship with candy corn. A recent names it as one of the ten worst Halloween candies.
No. 5 – Need a last minute costume idea?
You can be a "smart cookie" with a cardboard cookie cutout over any outfit. If you have a partner, dress up as Snapchat filters in human form or as Starbucks and Target employees. Or maybe you can go as “Em and m" - as in Eminem the rapper and M&M the candy.