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Ohio governor Mike DeWine joining the chorus of Republican politicians getting behind common sense gun legislation including universal background checks and so called red flag laws would allow the state to take guns from someone deemed a threat we have to empower people to get help for family or loved ones who may be a danger to themselves or danger to others and Whaley is the mayor of Dayton or a mass shooting Sunday left nine people dead I'm pleased that we're talking about that conversation in a direction that I think is more appropriate around common sense gun reform Pennsylvania Republican senator Pat Toomey the president said the Republicans and Democrats must quote come together and get strong background checks presents right about that at the press conference the president called for red flag lots that makes sense he also said I am open and ready to listen and discuss all idea CBS news update I'm Jim some of it one thirty to three hundred twenty five Texans join a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts more than a hundred people have joined the suit from across the country some law firms working together filed the suit in Pennsylvania even the Boy Scouts are based here in Irving they say the scouts didn't properly screen volunteers and hit the reports of abuse we as a group can can start to change things and make sure that the next generation of kids it's not have to suffer the way that they did and van Arsdale as a lawyer he says some of the victims waited until they're in their fifties and sixties the Boy Scouts of twenty days to answer the lawsuit they've previously said they created programs for victims and improve the screening residents of the E. limelight's apartments hoping their days of living out of boxes are going to be ending it's been two months since high winds blew a crane into that apartment building we are still waiting to hear from you on city life and grace star on exactly when we will get our stuff the information coming from them the thought it should be any day now prime Brockway live there he says he's been told before that very thing the wreckage in the crane still in that apartment building one woman died since the storm the building has been off limits to everybody and they cannot get their clothes furniture out so far the biggest news coming out of the training camp for the cowboys is who's not their star running back Ezekiel Elliott continues to be a hold out seeking a new contract that will pay him well over ten million dollars a year team vice president Stephen Jones told one of five three the fan they have offered Elliott a new deal but said they haven't received a counter offer yet we certainly have a plant we certainly massage these numbers all the time it's not that we don't want want these guys to have their money we want to be happy with our contract but they also have some point they got to get their hands around you know we're not saving this money for for the Jones family so we can go do something with it we're dividing up the prices are also working on a new deal for quarterback dak Prescott and receiver Amari Cooper as well elite has two years remaining on his existing deal after your news radio ten eighty carefully one thirty four here K. R. LV a hundred fifty animals more than that season ball springs after the police break up a **** fighting operation Madeline you mine with SPCA says they got a hundred eleven hands thirty one roosters ten checks nine puppy set seven pheasants a dog and a cat and a peacock none of the animals had proper water only a couple of the dog that have any water but the water was very dirty it was old so I what I call that adequate and with it being hot outside it was to really not a good situation for these animals Jones says a lot of them have different injuries and infections there's a cost to the hearing tomorrow to see if the SPCA we'll get to take those animals for good just don't ask him about Baylor Max.