Listen: South Carolina, Florence and CBS discussed on Charlotte at Six
"Forecasters say Florence is now a tropical storm, but we'll continue to threaten north and South Carolina with powerful winds and catastrophic freshwater flooding CBS news, Jim Christina reports from Wilmington on the death toll from Florence. A woman and her infant daughter died here what a tree fell on their house during hurricane. Florence bad was hurt and was taken to a hospital Florence this spill slowly and painfully grinding its way across North Carolina with punishing winds flooding rains already today. Three confirmed deaths are attributed to the storm and several more. Debts are under investigation. They're storms highest wind gusts. Here was a hundred five miles per hour. There's widespread property damage with Betty roads blocked, by doubt trays at debris along with high water, but thousands are without power in eastern, North Carolina. President Trump's one time campaign chairman Paul Manafort is agreed to cooperate and to special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation. CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy has more from Washington. Paul manafort's attorney Kevin downing says in pleading guilty his client sought to take responsibility. He wanted to make sure that his."