Things you should know today: 2/6/2018

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Hawaii emergency worker gets threats after misleading photo

Jennifer Sinco Kelleher
FILE – In this July 21, 2017 file photo, Jeffrey Wong, the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency’s operations officer, shows computer screens monitoring hazards at the agency’s headquarters in Honolulu. The photo originally accompanied an Associated Press story in July about Hawaii preparing for a missile threat from North Korea. Some online news organizations used the AP photo in their coverage of the Jan. 13, 2018 false missile alert in Hawaii, leading some people to believe Wong was the person who sent the false alert. The AP did not use the image in coverage of the false alert. Wong says he has received threats and harassment because of the use of the image online. (AP Photo/Jennifer Sinco Kelleher, File)

After a false alert about an incoming ballistic missile in Hawaii in January, Jeffrey Wong was mistaken as the “button pusher” and has suffered greatly.

After lower open, US stocks bounce back after Monday plunge

Shizuo Kambayashi
A man looks at an electronic stock indicator of a securities firm in Tokyo, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018. Shares tumbled in Asia on Tuesday after a wild day for U.S. markets that resulted in the biggest drop in the Dow Jones industrial average in six and a half years. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index dropped as much as 5.6 percent in early trading Tuesday. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)

U.S. stocks are reversing Tuesday morning after sharp losses in the first few minutes of trading. Officials have hopes to stop the global sell-off in the stock market.

The Adventures of Mario the Super Cat

Check out this video of an adventure loving cat with big hopes to save the princess. Made by Mr.TVCow the video now has over 891,495 views.

 

Philly Super Bowl parade plans to include dramatic surprises

Julio Cortez
A Philadelphia Eagles fan chants while waiting for the team to arrive at Philadelphia International Airport a day after defeating the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis, Monday, Feb. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Philadelphia officials are set to reveal the plans for a five-mile long parade route honoring the Eagles after their super bowl win. Fans should expect some dramatic surprises along the route to celebrate the franchises first win.

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