5 Things to Know This Morning

PHOTO: Officials said at least 6 people were killed Wednesday, May 15, 2013, when tornadoes ripped through North Texas.

Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. More Tornadoes Expected for Midwest

The North Texas tornado that killed six and injured dozens could be the start of more to come.

2. Calif. Fuels $550M Powerball Jackpot

California has sold $83 million worth of Powerball tickets since April as one of 42 states offering the game with a jackpot of $550 million for Saturday's drawing.

3. House Has Tentative Immigration Deal

The House bipartisan "Gang of Eight" has reached an agreement in principle on immigration overhaul, including major points such as a pathway to citizenship, border security, health care and guest workers.

4. Firefighters Battle Wildfire in Calif.

Firefighters in north Los Angeles are still battling the three-day wildfire that has blackened some 3,800 acres and spread to Los Angeles, Kern and Ventura counties.

5. Obama Focusing on Jobs in Md. Visit

President Obama flies to Baltimore today on a job creation visit, focusing on growing the middle class through jobs, skills and opportunity.

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