Three things for October 4
1. Shooting in Washington State senior-living center
One person was killed and two were injured when a gunman opened fire in a senior-living apartment building in Vancouver, Washington on Thursday.
Authorities responded to reports of an active shooter around 2:10 p.m. Officials spoke to the suspect through a crisis negotiator as he barricaded himself in his apartment.
The suspect — identified at 80-year-old Robert E. Breck — later turned himself over to the police and has now been taken into custody.
2. Fiery crash closes I-65 S in Franklin
Interstate 65 has reopened after emergency personnel responded to reports that a tractor trailer had crashed and caught fire on Thursday afternoon.
All north and southbound lanes were closed after the tractor-trailer crashed into the Highway 96 overpass and caught fire.
Upon inspection, Tennessee Department of Transportation officials determined the overpass received only superficial damages and is safe to drive on.
3. Travis Greene at U-Church
Travis Greene, American gospel musician and pastor, continues the fall U-Church series this Sunday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conn Center.
The event is free for anyone who wants to attend. Seating is first come, first served. A post U-Church mixer will occur right after the event on Sunday.