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Morning because dam is in danger of failing there warning people to get to higher ground because of severe weather could cause the college lake dam. To fail while the dam has not failed yet adu-. If it does parts of that city they fear could be under seventeen feet of water in a matter. Of minutes a, federal judge in San Diego will hold a hearing today to decide who should find the, migrant parents that were deported, after being separated from their children at the border it's, the latest step and tried to reunite migrant, families and the Justice department says that the ACLU should, use its considerable resources to, make contact with. Deported parents the ACLU says the Trump administration is trying to evade responsibility while he's being investigated for possible sexual MS Conduct the chief. Executive of CBS les Moonves says continues to run the company speaking publicly for. The first time since sexual misconduct allegations against him rock, the company he's run for two decades good afternoon everyone and thanks for joining us today but the millionaire mogul ignoring the elephant in the room not. Addressing the accusations speaking only about CBS, financials on a public earnings call you can see. From more result CBS turned, in another very strong quarter moon vez in control and even praised by at least one investor flushes mazing how much you've diversified CBS's revenue over the last five years not. One person asking him about the seven women accusing him. Of sexual misconduct alleged offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault CBS is higher to prominent female attorneys. To look into, the claims against moon vez and the culture at CBS this as the LA times reports The CBS board has known for months about allegations from. One accuser telling, police that he sexually assaulted or three times in the eighties the LA county district attorney's office terminating. The incidents are outside the statute of. Limitations CVS, and. Moon vez are not commenting on. This latest allegation but he has previously denied assaulting anyone, or misusing his position of power and earlier this week CVS films president a. Female executory press posted a statement. Asking if we're examining the industry as it existed decades before, through the lens of two thousand eighteen should we also discuss a path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness the story from. ABC's Eva pilgrim it's six nineteen a war hero was shot dead by police in Colorado this week and his family says that. Department made a very big mistake Aurora's police chief says the scene was chaotic and violent frantic nine one one calls at one thirty Monday morning Baby Police say that intruder 26-year-old, dish Shaun Harper came barging into the house that, chat, hey she shared with his parents and two. Kids I just immediately shot into the bathroom to find this naked guy soaking wet holding on his back with his feet out of the, tub choking my. Son biting his left. Ear she's, father, Seventy-three-year-old Gary, black grabs a gun and opens fire killing, Harper but seconds later as police. Arrive thirteen Collins shots. Fired one officer mistakenly shoots black officers continue to give at least five commands to Mr. black to drop the gun and to show his. Hands he begins to raise the flashlight towards the officer still has the gun in the other, hand and it was at that time that my officer fired four rounds causing Mr. black to fall to the ground. Blacks family insist police did not give the decorated Vietnam veteran enough time to. Comply do you think the Aurora Are police screwed up big time he'd lived a. Hero he died a hero I'd be. Dead my son would. Be dead my mom My daughter we'd all. Be dead Wasn't for him the police chief says that black was hard of hearing and may never have. Heard orders to drop the gun there is, body camera footage of this shooting but the family says. They do not want it released they, wanna focus on Gary, blacks life not how he died but they say they. Have many more questions than answers, it's ABC's Clayton San del reporting six twenty right, now the KOMO morning. News center propel insurance money update the government's July jobs report, shows the economy keeps adding jobs but the. Pace has slowed, a little bit, Labor Department says one hundred fifty seven. Thousand jobs were created in July they. Had predicted one hundred ninety thousand it's far short of the two hundred, forty eight thousand created in June and the unemployment, rate is. Now, at three point nine percent well let's see if that translates into any positive momentum as we get ready for. The trading session on Wall Street. Don McDonald. Joins us, from. Vestry good morning good morning Greg we start overseas where trade were worries continue to, cast a shadow over Asian markets Hong Kong. And Shanghai, into the trading week Lower Japanese, stocks were up a, little prices across Europe were up US futures traders though. Are not expecting much movement apparently, at the end of the week's Dow futures are, down fourteen points that's. Barely down twenty five to ninety one s and p five, hundred futures down three quarters of a percent. The nearest thing, to flat and, NASDAQ futures up just under five points. To seventy three ninety twenty five McConnell. 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