Three Things You Need to Know on October 26th

October 26, 2018

Investigators say the manhunt for the person who sent mail bombs to critics of the President is focusing on South Florida. The Miami-Dade Police Department's bomb squad and K-9 units were called out yesterday to help FBI agents look for clues at a U.S. Postal Service mail facility in Opa-Locka. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has confirmed that several of the suspicious packages were sent from Florida. 

Hundreds of U.S. troops reportedly will soon be deployed to the border with Mexico.  They will be preparing for a slow-moving migrant caravan that is traveling north through Mexico.  Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is expected to sign the order shortly.   

A brother of Broncos owner Pat Bowlen wants the trust that controls the team removed.  The "Denver Post" reports Bill Bowlen is petitioning the Arapahoe County District Court to put an independent party in place to handle his brother's affairs.  That would include power to dismantle the three-person trust.  The team has been run by Broncos CEO Joe Ellis and two others since Pat Bowlen stepped aside in 2014 due to Alzheimer's.  Bill Bowlen says there are conflicts of interest among those in the trust.