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Westward, especially along the West Coast, he says Arizona is in the crosshairs Phoenix 114 degrees yesterday, they got to 117 tied for the hottest that they've ever seen in the month of August and this summer has been sweltering, the hottest on record in Phoenix. They've seen 38 days of 110 degrees plus and they're going to be six more of that six more days in the row of that there are more than 5.3 million cases of covert 19 in the US as schools begin opening for the fall. Vice President Mike Pence in West Virginia says in person classes can be done safely. We really do believe it's best for our kids, and it's best for Children with special needs learning disabilities. Nutrition programs that are available. But CBS is Michael George reports that that hasn't been going well in all states in some covert hot spot states the experiment to put kids in classrooms and then see what happens has already backfired. Takes you in elementary in Florida. 14 students are in quarantine. Two days after school started, We couldn't prepare for this situation. Like the superintendents of the other day. There's no playbook on this and Woodstock High school in Georgia, Nearly 300 students and teachers are in quarantine, forcing a Countywide stopped in person learning Turning now to UFO's, which had become a concern for the U. S military, CBS's Kenny McCormick explains. The Pentagon says it's setting up a new task force to investigate UFO sightings. One concern is countries like China using drones and other spy capabilities. But the Pentagon also says even when the observer cannot immediately identify what they saw, each report will be seriously examined. Especially those that occur at US training sites. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US is tracking the situation in Belarus after protests over a disputed election. People are demanding the simple things that every human being wants the right to Determination for themselves about the nature of the government. So we aired the leadership in Belarussian to broaden the circle, as foreign minister said to engage with civil society in a way that reflects the central understandings that the Belarusian people are demanding the annual 9 11 tribute and like it's back on in New York City after it was nearly canceled amid the Corona virus pandemic. When beams of blue light arc into the sky honoring the nearly 3000 who lost their lives in the terror attack and sending the message never forget this is CBS News With the onset of the covert 19 pandemic, you might be tempted to leave your child in the car to avoid exposure. This could result in death in a matter of minutes. Always look before you lock Now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com It's going to be a hot one this weekend and a dry one. Those conditions mean risk for wildfires. Any buyers that we see this weekend are likely to be human causes. We're not expecting any major lining being episodes. State meteorologist Josh Clark says. Most risks can be controlled anything that you could do to prevent new fires, whether it has to be choosing not to work with well equipped banner. Not starting that can fire not forming every burn going to be extremely helpful for our firefighters tomorrow. Temperatures are expected to soar into the nineties. A man assists with his own arrest after calling police about his missing wallet. Here's Cairo radios. Katrina Cassard, Seattle Police say a man left his wallet in a West Seattle apartment during a burglary just after three M. Friday, a woman called police to report a man with a dog had entered her apartment on Southwest Admiral Way. She and her boyfriend asked the man to leave, and he did. Then, hours later, he called to report his wallet stolen and he identified himself by the same name that was on the I D found at the apartment. He was later booked into King County Jail. SPD may also open an investigation into possible criminal animal abuse because there was evidence of recent injuries to the suspect's dog. The Seattle Design Festival is kicking off virtually today celebrating its 10 year anniversary. This year's theme is about time which discusses the Corona virus pandemic and dismantling systemic racism. You can sign up for several livestreamed, webinars and discussions going on now until Saturday, August 23rd. And now your weather sunny and hot all weekend today into the mid eighties. Right now it's 81 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm I like a stream. Cairo radio at home.