Biden and Palin debate…and other stories on our radar:
ON THE TRAIL: Sen. McCain will be in Denver where he’ll attend a town hall meeting. Sen. Obama spends the day in Michigan with rallies in Grand Rapids and East Lansing.
VICE-PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE: The first vice-presidential debate will be held at Washington University in St. Louis. It will be moderated by Gwen Ifill of PBS.
1966 MURDER CASE: A hearing is scheduled for Edward McGee on charges of killing 9-year-old Deborah Ray 42 years ago. Ray and her cousin Phyllis Seibers were killed together in 1966. McGee was convicted of Seiber's murder in 1967 but never tried for Ray's. He was charged with Ray's murder in August 2008, the day he was to be released from prison.
DNC ARRESTS: A mass arraignment is scheduled for the 154 people who were arrested at the Democratic National Convention in August.
O.J. SIMPSON TRIAL: Witness testimony is finished. Jury instructions and closing arguments are expected. The jury could begin deliberating in the afternoon.
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