Listen: CBS, Steve Futterman And Tiger Woods discussed on Newsradio 830 Programming
"Saint Paul. This is CBS news on the hour. Real news real reporting harm, Tom Foty, mid April storms have caused injury and damage from the south to New England at least seven that's now blamed on a system that has spawned tornadoes through the weekend CBS's Hillary lane. Severe weather pummeled the southwest on Saturday hitting parts of east, Texas, especially hard demolished this house. The knicks. The Angelina county sheriff's office confirmed to children ages eight and three were killed the children were sitting in the back seat of a car when a tree fell on it. A lot of break homes that are flat. There's faint homes that have actually moved across road. Cross county roads April storms caused extensive damage. And at least a dozen injury on the upper northwest got hit by a late season snowstorm, Chicago, included, it has been a very long time since Tiger Woods, really roared and a major golf tournament. But he reverted to his form of twenty years ago at this year's masters. It started the final round way early to avoid that threatening weather in the south CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. Was there? Hanker woods historic day began with a simple announcement. For the next five hours woods brought back memories of his younger self when he won major championships on a regular basis he stayed near the top of the leaderboard until the fifteenth hole removed in front by himself.."