Listen: Columbia, South Carolina, William Libbey discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News
"No doubt will be one topic for discussion is democratic presidential hopeful speak this weekend at South Carolina's state convention in Columbia, Columbia, recovering from some big storms that have turned deadly CBS's, Jim Krasula is there at least two people died is confirmed. Tornadoes and severe storms raised from Texas to the coast of the Carolinas, sixty one year old William libbey of Columbia South Carolina was killed when a tree fell on him as he sat outside smoking a cigar. His sister Paula tried to revive him. No, no, no. Jesus no more. Severe storms are forecast across much of the nation through the weekend. Jim Christina CBS news, Columbia, South Carolina in Hong Kong. Demonstrators in front of government buildings again, hoping to force. It's cheap executive to kill a Bill allowing extradition of criminal suspects, China, they also want her to resign. She says she won't half hour after the opening bell. The Dow is down five points. This is CBS news. The biggest names in politics face the questions you ought to answer. Is this a closed matter for you? Do you think impeachment should be considered as the nation, Sundays on CBS? Never stops on Detroit's number one news station. radio nine fifty w w j good morning and thank you so much for joining us on this beautiful friday it is june twenty first the first day of summer and i'm jacky page for w._w._e. newsradio nine fifty the models have made the weekend look a whole lot nicer now sunshine mixed with some clouds nice this afternoon the high getting up to seventy seven and it looks like we may stay dry both days of the weekend the tank you five day coming up right now at detroit metro airport we still have mostly sunny skies it's gorgeous out there it's sixty five degrees w._b._z. news time is now ten three it's an accident and it has a major intersection in romulus shutdown w._w._e.'s tracing mccaskill joins us live with details and we're watching here in romulus advan born in maryland the closure continues due to this earlier."