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"Just about one thirty in the afternoon on Thursday and overcast Thursday afternoon. We're going to take a break. Get the latest news from the newsroom jurors Ryan Douglas. And when we come back an update on a man, we talked, we told you about yesterday who is embarking on a bike race three thousand seventy miles long. We'll get an update where he is. That's all coming up right after the news. You are listening to Katie eight ten twenty from the chief in Luhan HANA, love firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katie K a radio. It's sixty seven degrees at Pittsburgh, International at one thirty nine rose Ryan Douglas high level meetings said at the United Nations talking about the attacks on oil tankers in the Persian Gulf CBS news. Foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Falk reports from the UN secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez warned if there is something the world cannot afford. It is a major confrontation in the Gulf region. The UN chief strongly condemned the attack on a civilian vessel Iran's suspected by the US to be behind the attacks call the incident suspicious. The meeting of the UN scheduled to start at three o'clock this afternoon. A meeting on a different topic has begun in Sweden, the AP reporting that American and Russian diplomats are meeting with other world powers there to talk about Venezuela. Police are now searching for four suspects. Indicted by federal grand jury in Pittsburgh for the sale of heroin, cocaine crack marijuana. This is part of, of three indictments charging thirty three suspects with drug dealing in the first indictment. Twenty-five suspects are. Accused of trafficking in heroin, cocaine and crack four of the suspects Thirty-one-year-old James wells of Braddock, Twenty-six-year-old, dober- pate of Duquesne, thirty year old adjusted law of Wilkins, Bergen Twenty-seven-year-old. Michael Rose of Pittsburgh remain on the Lam. There are to be considered armed and dangerous. Hoover is violating the Americans with disabilities. Act, according to four Pittsburgh area residents who've gone to federal court against the ridesharing company, their attorney Bruce Carlson tells Katie KYW radio. Is they are displacing acceptable transportation options with options that are inaccessible the plaintiffs who an Uber to increase its number of vehicles that can take wheelchairs. Hoover has started such a service in some larger cities called Uber.."