Three Things You Need to Know: October 29, 2020

3 Dead In French Knife Attack Described As "Terrorist" Incident

At least three people are dead and several others injured following a knife attack in the French city of Nice. The mayor is calling it a "terrorist" incident and says the suspect was shot by police but was not killed and has been taken into custody.

Zeta Moves Across Deep South

Mid-Atlantic states are bracing for Tropical Storm Zeta. The National Hurricane Center says Zeta is currently centered near the Alabama-Georgia state line, with heavy rain and sustained winds of 60-miles-an-hour. The storm is expected to move across the Southeast this morning and into the Mid-Atlantic this afternoon, before heading out into the ocean tonight. Hurricane Zeta made landfall yesterday afternoon in the Louisiana bayou with winds of about 110 miles-an-hour, and lost strength as it moved inland. The storm has been blamed for two deaths.

Miller family to sell majority interest in Utah Jazz to Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith

In a stunning move, the Miller family is selling a majority interest in the Jazz to Qualtrics founder and CEO Ryan Smith, the team announced Wednesday morning. The Millers had owned the Jazz since 1985 when Larry H. Miller, Gail's late husband, purchased 50% of the club. The Millers have agreed to sell the Jazz to Smith for $1.6 billion-plus.

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