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Top story at this hour. There's an active shooter incident at a UPS building in New Jersey. The incident being reported in Gloucester county and Logan township social media Poche. Oh, multiple officers and units on the scene. There's no immediate reports on injuries. This local school district as locked down schools because of this incident. There are no signs. Of the government reopening as it enters day twenty four being closed the longest at US history about a quarter of the government is down with no votes scheduled to take place in congress for a spending Bill meetings between President Trump and democratic leaders are not expected to happen today before leaving on a trip to New Orleans. The president addressed reporters about a New York Times report about his working for Russia. ABC's? Karen Travers as in Washington forceful denial from President Trump, Monday morning, pushing back on the New York Times report that said the FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation into whether the president had been working on behalf of Russia. The president spoke to reporters at the White House and never worked for Russia. Not only did I never worked for Russia. I think it's a disgrace that you even ask that question because it's a whole big fat hoax over the weekend. The president said the New York Times piece was quote, insulting. Karen Travers ABC news wash. Hooping cough is on the rise in Louisville. Haley Hanson has more on that the department of public health and wellness says in two thousand eighteen there were sixty two cases of hooping cough in Louisville sixteen in the last two months of the year that compares to only twenty seven cases in the city for all of two thousand seventeen hooping cough is a highly contagious respiratory tract infection that could become serious for infants and young children. Health officials are urging parents to immunize infants starting at two months pregnant women should also receive a hooping cough. Immunization? Haley Hanson, NewsRadio eight forty W H A S lawmakers in Indiana are considering a Bill that would make it illegal to smoke in a car in which there are children under the age of six. The measure is sponsored by Republican Senator Jim Merritt smoking is a danger to yourself as well as others and to be riding in a car and getting second hand smoke is just not acceptable for anyone but more so. Oh for children that really just don't have a choice. Now goes before a Senate committee for review top awards at the North American auto show, go to Honda Hyundai and Aram Jeff Gilbert reports from Detroit Hyundai's Kono winning utility of the year. It's luxury Genesis.