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5 Things to know this Monday morning

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HOT AND MUGGY DAY:

It's going to be another hot and muggy day. And we could be looking at the possibility for some severe weather in the evening. Temperatures start in the 70's with dew points in the 60's so Meteorologist Nicole Micensik says it feels sticky outside. For the rest of her forecast, including the outlook for the 4th of July, click here.

DEPUTY KILLED:

Funeral Arrangements are still pending this morning for the Tipton County Sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty over the weekend. 31-year-old Jacob Calvin was killed when his police car flipped on the way to another crash near County Roads 300 West and 300 South in Tipton County. For more on how the community is remember Deputy Calvin, read the full story at wthr.com.

BUTLER DATA BREACH:

Hundreds of thousands of people are at risk this morning after a massive data breach at Butler University. More than 163,000 individual records of Butler staff, students and alums had been hacked. Birthdates, social security numbers, even bank account information were all vulnerable. For details on how this breach was discovered, and what the university is doing about it, follow this link.

KOKOMO JOBS ANNOUNCEMENT:

Governor Mike Pence is expected to make a major jobs announcement today. Hundreds of new jobs are coming to Central Indiana. The Governor will be in Kokomo with executives from a California based company. You can follow the developments at WTHR.com.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION DEADLINE:

Today is the deadline for the state Department of Education to submit a response to the federal government’s concerns over deficiencies cited from the No Child Left Behind waiver requirements.  The Board of Education has been working on fixes after Indiana became the only state with a condition placed on its waiver from the law. At stake is$ 230 million in federal money. State School Superintendent Glenda Ritz is expected to submit a series of amendments to the U.S. Department of Education today.

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