Panic as bat-borne virus kills 10, infects at least 13 more


On the visitor's center at paradise below the roof line of the visitor's center which is one of the most heavily used areas in the park though verizon t mobile have the okay for now park officials say at and t has also submitted an application and may be added later if approved the cell service proposal at the park set off a debate about whether people enjoying the outdoors should be able to talk on their phones and access social media while in nature some say cell service would improve safety and be convenient for visitors others say people talking on their cell phones would disturb the quiet environment of the park and being on phones would distract from the natural beauty of the surroundings romero komo news at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news now your komo propel insurance money update from abc news wall street now stocks which started the day up on news china agreed to lower tariffs on auto imports dropped nearly two hundred points after president trump said he wasn't satisfied with the trade talks with china the dow ending the day down one hundred seventy eight points at twenty four thousand eight thirty four facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is apologizing again this time to the european parliament for his company's failure to prevent some of the tools developed from being misused coburg saying whether it was fake news or misuse the people's information they quote didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibilities linda lopez abc news there's the larvae new data about suicide rates in young african american children a study published in jama found that the number of black children who take their own lives is twice the rate as white children suicide rates among white children used to be higher but that's changed over the past fifteen years the lead author says the findings show a need for more research into racial disparities health officials in india are battling an outbreak of a deadly virus correspondent bills in for has the story doctors confirm an outbreak of the nipah virus has hit southern india with ten people killed thus far the virus which is spread by batch is fatal in seventy percent of cases and there is no vaccine dozens of people who came in contact with those who contracted the owners have been quarantined nepal responsible for hundreds of deaths in malaysia and india health update sara lee kessler nbc news radio.

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