Stephen Paddock, Steve Futterman, Senator Jerry Hill discussed on Coast to Coast AM
The twin cities tonight, the low could hit twenty eight below with wind chills that make it feel like fifty below in Minneapolis WC meteorologist, Paul Douglas. Anybody under the age of twenty five has never experienced this level of cold officials are urging people to stay indoors as much as possible. And a lot of people are listening. Reporter Bruce Marcus is in eagle river, Wisconsin. This is the self proclaimed snow mobile capital of the world. So many residents like winter weather, but this extreme cold wave is keeping many snowmobilers off the trails in many other people indoors, it appears that the gunman who mowed down fans at a country music festival in Las Vegas took the motive to his grave CBS's. Steve Futterman reports in its report the FBI says it found no single or clear motivating factor to explain why. Stephen paddock opened fire. Paddock killed fifty eight people firing from his hotel room at the Mandalay bay hotel. Into a crowd of more than twenty thousand people attending the country music festival. Hundreds of others were hurt. The report says paddock was not directed. Or inspired by any group, nor was he seeking to advance any agenda. Paddock fired more than a thousand rounds into the crowd. Steve futterman. CBS news Pacific Gas and electric blames the huge damages at faces from deadly California wildfires for its decision to file for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection. State officials approved the utilities bid for five billion dollars in Bank loans to keep it afloat. But state Senator Jerry hill says PG, and he should not escape all responsibility company that has proved to be negligent in most of the fires that we've seen last year should not walk away without having some pain and paying the price..