Good morning. Im Tiffany Thompson with your JSU22 Newswatch. In international news, mourners of those lost in the club fire in Santa Maria, Brazil begin to put their loved ones to rest.
Investigators in Brazil are getting a clearer picture of what happened in Sunday's deadly nightclub fire.
Two-hundred thirty-four people were killed after the band set off a firework intended for outdoor use.
Police say there's evidence of faulty and even fake fire extinguishers.
Many of the victims died from smoke inhalation-
While others were trampled in the panic to find the club's only exit.
Meanwhile, family members and mourners gathered to comfort each other and say farewell to loved ones.
In national news, Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State is coming to an end. She sat down with C-N-N for an interview.
When asked about her immediate plans, she talked about her immediate palns.
"I am so looking forward to Monday when I have no schedule, no office to go to, no responsibilities."
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As for the distant future of 2016, Clinton says she has no plans to run.
But she hasn't ruled it out either.
She says she plans to work on behalf of women and girls.
You might think that heavy smokers make for bad lung donors.
But a new a study finds donors who smoked more than a pack of cigarettes a day for more than 20 years were strong candidates for double lung transplant donors.
The study was presented this week at the annual Society of Thoracic Surgeons meeting.
The authors looked at 59-hundred adult double lung transplants between 2005 and 2011.
They found that the patients who received lungs from smokers had similar short and medium term survival rates as those who received lungs from people who did not smoke heavily.
And finally, Singer Chris Brown faces another criminal investigation.
Witnesses say Brown punched another man...