3 Things To Know Today

1 Search Is On For Woman Who 'Credible Threatened' Colorado Schools

School systems in the Denver area are telling students to stay home today because of the threat posed by an 18-year-old Florida woman. Nearly a dozen school districts in Jefferson County have announced they will be closed and more are expected to do so as police continue to search for Sol Pais . The FBI says the woman expressed an infatuation with the Columbine school shooting and traveled to Denver from Miami. She reportedly bought a shotgun and ammunition soon after arriving in Colorado. According to Special Agent in Charge Dean Phillips, the FBI received information from the agency’s office in Miami and say she was last seen in the foothills. Why Denver? In the past, Pais has expressed an infatuation with the Columbine school shooting that took place 20 years ago this weekend. And while local officials say they’ve dealt with a number of people similarly fascinated with Columbine – this situation is different. Still, Phillips says there is no specific threat to any one school – and the FBI is asking for the public's help in locating Pais. They remind people that she is armed and considered dangerous and they should not approach her.

2 Suspect Intentionally Ran Over Six People In Philadelphia

A 44-year-old man is in custody at a Philadelphia hospital after police allege he intentionally ran over six others, critically injuring one person. Police have not named the man, but say there was an altercation this afternoon that led to the suspect striking a group of people with his car. The unnamed man is accused of hitting three men and three women ranging in age from 17 to 42. They were all taken to a hospital and treated. It's a 37-year-old man that is in critical condition; a 28-year-old man and 40-year-old woman were last listed as stable. The conditions of the other three victims is unknown. The driver suffered head and facial injuries when passersby pulled him out of the vehicle and assaulted him following the incident. He is being treated for those at the hospital – and has been charged with aggravated assault.

3 Donations Top $700 Million For Notre Dame

At last check, more than 700-million dollars in donations are pouring in today to help restore the famed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Donors from around the world – and some of France's richest families – have pledged to help a day after fire devastated the 12th century landmark on Monday. In a televised speech, French President Emmanuel Macron has called for unity and set an aggressive five-year goal to rebuild the iconic cathedral. Much of the roof collapsed, but the stone foundation survived along with the cathedral's famous twin bell towers. American offers of help include Apple CEO Tim Cook pledging that his company will donate to rebuilding efforts. Among the very rich people opening up their wallets? François-Henri Pinault , the CEO of Kering. As we reported yesterday, he’s forking over $113-million on his own. "This tragedy is striking all the French people, and beyond that, all those attached to spiritual values," Pinault says in a statement. "Faced with this tragedy, everyone wishes to give life back to this jewel of our heritage as soon as possible."

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