Thursday morning report, March 31

Five things to know this Thursday morning: 

1.) The Columbia Memorial Space Center's Girls in STEM club is hosting a summit tonight where girls (and boys) can learn about different STEM fields.

Guest speakers from JPL and Virgin Galactic are expected to be in attendance. The free event begins at 5:30 p.m. 


2.) KOST 103.5 will be at Chris & Pitts from 5-6:30 p.m. today. 


3.) Here is a nice story on a Cerritos College student who is returning to school two years after suffering a traumatic spinal cord injury.


4.) Downey resident Jose Rivera was killed in a March 6 single-vehicle automobile collision in Anaheim. 

Police say Rivera's Toyota Sequoia overturned on the transition road from the south 57 Freeway to the westbound 91 Freeway. The cause of the collision was not revealed. 


5.) The Downey Razorbacks will hold registration for its 2016 season this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Furman Park. 

The league offers flag football, tackle football and cheerleading to boys and girls ages 5-14. Check out their website for more information or call Louis Morales at (310) 350-0220.