5 things you need to know #Tuesday
Obama delivers his final State of the Union Address:
White House aides say the speech will go beyond the typical "laundry list" of policy proposals that are the hallmark of the annual address, instead delivering what they suggest will be a more profound statement.
Drinking water delivered door-to-door in Michigan:
Flint's drinking water was contaminated with lead when a state-appointed emergency manager switched the city's water supply source from Lake Huron to the more polluted and corrosive Flint River, and an unknown number of children got lead poisoning.
AT&T to unveil unlimited data offer:
Under the new plan, you can pay $100 a month for unlimited data, talk and text on a single smartphone if you have or sign up for AT&T U-Verse TV service or DirecTV, which AT&T acquired last year.
NFL owners weigh possible relocation of teams to Los Angeles:
Will the St. Louis Rams be moving to Los Angeles? How about the San Diego Chargers or the Oakland Raiders? NFL owners meeting Tuesday could vote to relocate one or two of the three franchises to Los Angeles, returning the league to the region after a 21-year absence. #Space
Coast gets the 2016 rocket launch forecast:
The Air Force’s 45th Space Wing will preview how many rocket launches the Space Coast can hope to see in 2016 at the National Space Club Florida Committee's meeting Tuesday. Although early annual projections are rarely met, there's a good chance 2016 will beat last year's total of 17 orbital launch attempts. #News #USNews