Jim Krystle, Jim Carcela, Jamie Roth discussed on WBZ Midday News

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An earthquake measuring magnitude six point Zero. So far. There's been no word of any tsunami warnings the head of Indonesia's earthquake and Tsunami Center still urging people to please avoid areas where landslides could hit. Hitting too close to home for some state leaders trying to do something about it. Anti Asian attacks Here's a B C's Chuck's Iverson ordering an increase of police patrols and Asian communities that hits close to home for me and my family. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan first introducing the state's first lady Yumi Hogan, born in South Korea, they have three daughters. Words are not enough. It's also personal for the head of the task force. Hogan's appointing former federal prosecutor Robert her. I am now concerned. For my parents to safety and the safety of other members of my family. The governor says. Hate crimes targeting Asian Americans in Maryland more than doubled since 2018 Chuck's Iverson, ABC News April is sexual assault and child abuse Awareness Month. Let's find out more from CVS is Jim Carcela reported Violence against girls and women has increased during the cove in 19 pandemic. Jamie Roth is with Western Illinois Regional Council and Community Action Services is a problem here in the area. People don't like to think that it does happen here because it's rule and annoying, but it happens here, just like it does everywhere else. It's a global problem. Nearly one out of every three females and one in every six males will be victims of Sexual assault before their 18th birthday. Jim Krystle, a CBS News It's 11 18, a chief medical examiner, who ruled George Floyd's death. A homicide remains firm. In his findings. Dr Andrew Baker, testifying yesterday that George Floyd died from the force applied by former police officer Derrick Show Vin and not from drugs or any underlying health issues or other problems. CBS NEWS Legal contributor Rebecca Roy five previews how she expressed show Vince Defense team. To do beginning next week. They're going to go over the video, particularly the video before those 9.5 minutes because I think what the defense is trying to do is focus the lens out, Pull the lens out and have the jurors focus on what was going on before these infamous nine a half minutes that we have all seen in the hopes that that will tell a different story leave a different narrative in a different impression on the jurors. Derrick Show, Vin is accused of killing George Floyd by pressing his knee on or near his neck. For up to 9.5 minutes. Last May, the defense contending show Vin was doing his duty and that George Floyd died of drug use or heart disease, another setback for the troubled Boeing 7 37 max jets. Some of the planes are being grounded due to electrical issues. CBS's Kemalist Tina in Dallas, says the This one comes just as many of the airlines were hoping for increased travel as more and more people get vaccinated for coronavirus. American Airlines tells us 17 of their Max jets were taken out of service, Dallas based South West Airlines, says 30 of their 58 Max jets are affected by this and United reports 16 of theirs had to be grounded. The woes come a time when the airline industry is still struggling to ramp up air travel during the pandemic. The 7 37 Max is ground for about two years following the two deadly overseas crashes. Coney Island's iconic amusement park has reopened following a roller coaster of a year. Let's find out more details. From CBS is Monica Ricks. Luna Park is back in business after being closed for 18 months because of the pandemic. I've got a very early today because I was looking for for the for this moment. But for now, the amusement park will only be open on weekends with limited capacity and some safety restrictions. Face coverings are required. Screaming for joy is encourage those who do get in this first weekend, very excited to be, especially during such a tough time. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Coney Island coming back It's going to be an amazing summer. I'm telling you, Monica Ricks, CBS News, New York and a park celebrating its reopening by inviting 100 Frontline workers to ride the Wonder Wheel for free. Other guest will have to sign up for admission online. It's 11 21 traffic on the way. The loop is a new podcast. That's five minutes of news from WBC news radio.

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