5 things to know this morning

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Here are the top five stories from Local 8 News Anchor Casey Wheeless to get you out the door this morning. Stay connected to Local 8 News online.

1.7 deputies on paid leave after shooting, killing 74-year-old man

A man identified as Albert Gagnier, 74, was shot and killed by Knox County deputies Tuesday night,after allegedly pointing his gun at neighbors and eventually firing at officers.

Deputies arrived in the Woodhaven subdivision near South Doyle High School after receiving multiple 911 calls around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday that a man was firing shots at people along Hay Meadow Trail. One caller reported the man was armed with a pistol and a long gun.

Both the Knoxville Police Department and the Knox County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene.

Seven Knox County Sheriff's Office deputies involved in the shooting were placed on administrative leave with pay pending the results of the investigation. Officials said the administrative leave is a standard operating procedure for a deputy involved in a shooting.

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2. RECALL: 25,000 Graco car seats recalled after failing crash safety test

25,000 Graco car seats were recalled due to problems with the strength of their safety harnesses.

The My Ride 65 convertible car seats failed to pass a crash test by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Officials said the car seats' harness webbing did not meet federal safety regulations for breaking strength.

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3. Virginia College hosting career fair.

Are you looking for a job?

Virginia College is hosting a career Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. It's free and open to the public.

The college is located at 5003 N. Broadway Street in Knoxville.

Organizers are asking you to call 865-745-4500 to register for the event if you plan on going.

4. Home grocery delivery service to start in Knoxville Thursday.

Your weekly groceries delivered to your door. it's the idea behind Instacart. Guarav Maken is an Instacart shopper who says, "It works by the customer opening a mobile app and picking products they want and the delivery option and I take care of the rest.."

Knoxville residents can order from Whole Foods, Publix, Kroger, Costco, and Petco. It will be there within an hour, within two hours, or you can schedule it up to seven days in advance.

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5. President Trump arrives in Brussels

President Donald Trump will be in the heart of Europe Thursday to address a continent still reeling from his election and anxious about his support.

Trump is slated to attend his first meeting of NATO, the decades-long partnership that has been rattled by the new president's wavering on honoring its bonds.

Trump has mused about pulling out of the pact because he believed other countries were not paying their fair share. He also has so far refused to commit to abiding by Article 5, in which member nations vow to come to each other's defense.

The president is slated to meet with the heads of European Union institutions after having publicly cheered for the dissolution of the body when the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU.