5 things to know for Friday
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1. NORTH KOREA MOVES ITS MISSILES
North Korea is moving intermediate range missiles to its eastern coast. Those missiles could be in range to strike US bases in Guam and Japan. North Korea's leader has released a statement warning "the moment of explosion is coming."
2. NAPOLITANO HEADS TO THE BORDER
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is headed to Tucson today. She'll be talking about a plan she has to eliminate the need to furlough border patrol agents.
3. OVERNIGHT DOUBLE SHOOTING
Tucson police have called in the gang unit as they investigate an overnight shooting on the south side. Officers say that after 9:00 p.m. they found a 22-year-old man shot in the street. They tried to save the man's life, but he died at the scene. They believe the killing is related to another man with gunshot wounds dropped off at the hospital... who is in critical condition this morning. (full story)
4. KILLER BEES GETTING REMOVED
Around 50,000 killer bees are getting kicked out of their honeycomb home this morning. They went on the attack in Sahaurita late yesterday, killing one family's dog. (full story)
5. HOLMES DOC'S WARNINGS
The judge in the trial of James Holmes has released new documents in the case. Some of them reveal information about the journal the accused gunman sent his psychiatrist. They also reveal warnings that the psychiatrist gave police, saying Holmes was homicidal, well before the shooting happened.