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"In Hawaii, in a potential wildfire disaster on the island of Maui, several buildings flames in have the destroyed town of Lahaina. The Coast Guard says it's rescued at least a dozen people. Some had to jump into the harbor to save themselves. Lieutenant Governor Sylvia Luke. This is something that is very new for many of our residents and the fire is spreading very quickly. Alan Dakar was forced from his home. I had to evacuate because of that fire and looking down at the main business district in Lahaina, Buildings on both sides were engulfed. Wildfire flames are being fanned by winds from Hurricane in Eastern France. Officials say at least nine people have been killed. They're searching for two others after a fire ripped through a vacation home for adults with disabilities, trapping some on an upper floor and in a mezzanine area. Only 17 people on the ground floor were able to escape. No word on the cause. Voters in Ohio speak out in favor of abortion rights. Ohio We did it! We did it! One person, one votes Dennis Willard after a measure was defeated that would have made it harder to change the state constitution. CBS's Cara Corti from Columbus. This was galvanizing particularly for so many voters because in November there is scheduled to be a vote to codify abortion rights in the state constitution to protect abortion rights at around 22 weeks of pregnancy. A federal judge has scheduled a hearing for Friday and former President Trump's election interference case and what he can or cannot say about the evidence. Legal contributor Jessica Levinson. The judge is going to say to the prosecution, you asked for this protective order, you propose a certain scope to the protective order, let me hear your arguments for why you think this is necessary. Former Trump advisor Stephen Miller heads a conservative legal organization that is suing Target on behalf of an investor over its LGBTQ plus promotion during Pride Month. America first legal claims the store failed to weigh the risk of potential customer backlash. Target pulled some of its rainbow themed merch after angry confrontations between shoppers and employees. This man in Bakersfield is doing some California dreaming. I have lots of good plans I can share with family but he does not get to share anything from last night's one and a half billion dollar Mega Millions But there was just one winner who purchased the lucky ticket at a public supermarket in Neptune Beach, Florida. The first person to win the game in 31 tries. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you need Indeed. Their end -to -end hiring system helps you attract, interview and hire candidates all in the same place. Visit indeed .com slash credit. 803 on Wednesday, August 9th. We're at 70 degrees. Sunshine this morning. Cloudier in the afternoon. Highs in the 80s. Good morning. I'm Michelle Bash and I'm John Aaron. The top local stories were following this hour include Team coverage this morning as residents and leaders continue responding to the crime in the district. WTO piece Kate Ryan starts our coverage. She's hearing from families directly impacted by the rise in violence. I am your mother. Tempe Satcher lost her 35 year old son Bernard BJ Hodges just days ago to gun violence in DC, but she delivered a pointed and powerful message to onlookers at a press conference along Good Hope Road Southeast, not far from where her son was killed. So when you see me and when you see any black woman that look like me, you better that. honor Regina Pixley, a lifelong resident who's been a community activist, said she had an popular message that parents need to take more responsibility because some of you know exactly what your youth are doing. I'm not for massive conservation, but enough is enough. Kate Ryan, WTOP And DC Councilmember Trayon White is calling for the National Guard to help deal with crime in the district. Meantime, the city's elected officials and law enforcement leaders are making new moves to curb DC's spiking rate of violent crime. Concerned residents gathered last night in Brooklyn. Councilmember Zachary Parker. We operate and exist in a city that is experiencing a spike in violence and crime. Acting police chief Pamela Smith pointed out the high number of homicides in city the just last week. And so far this year, the district 161 homicides to date is a 28 % increase over the same period. Last year, Smith says much of the crime takes place late at night and she plans to reposition robbery the suppression team to the area. Officers will be a lot more visible. Smith also stressed fighting crime is a vibrative effort. Already seen a reduction in our robberies citywide. We are coming up with a plan to ensure that we are providing an all of government approach for public safety. Melissa Howell, WTOP News. We interrupt this program because of an amber child abduction alert. Melissa Howell, WTOP News. We interrupt this program to activate the emergency alert system for the Washington DC Metropolitan Operational Area because an of amber child abduction alert. DC police have issued that amber alert for a two -year -old boy this morning. Police say Caleb Scott was last seen in the 4800 block of Nanny Helen Burroughs Avenue in Northeast DC. The two -year -old was last seen inside a 2018 black Toyota Highlander. The car has DC tags S9202. Officials say to call police if you see the vehicle. Again, DC police have issued an amber alert for two -year -old Caleb Scott. The car has DC tags GS9202. The car has DC tags GS9202. It's 806 on WTOP. Newly released court documents are providing new insights into what happened after a six -year -old in Virginia shot his teacher in January, leaving her with serious injuries. Search warrants from the case that were recently made public shed more light on what happened at Richneck Elementary School in Newport The documents show that a school employee heard a gunshot, saw children running, then went to the classroom and saw the boy standing by his desk with a handgun on the floor. Police say after the shooting, the six -year -old made several chilling statements, including, I shot that expletive dead. I did it. I got my mom's gun last night. The six -year -old's mother is charged with felony child neglect and a misdemeanor count of reckless storage of a fireman in Montgomery County Public Schools will make the case today for an injunction allowing families to opt out of the curriculum now. MOCO 360 reports the advocates are asking for the injunction because it could take months or even years for the case to be resolved. The lawsuit stems from a controversy about the school district's decision not to provide prior notice or allow parents to have their students removed from the classroom when an LGBTQ plus inclusive Horry book is used. The hearing is set for 10 a .m. in a federal courtroom in Greenbelt. It's 808. Get a precision AC tune -up for only $59. Traffic and weather on the 8th. Let's go to Jack Taylor in the WTO P traffic center. All right we've got some delays in Maryland. Top side of the Beltway
Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount
"Once he's elected. Not so fast, says the Trump campaign. It's requesting a recount in Wisconsin and filed lawsuits today in Pennsylvania and Michigan, CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti as we prepare for this new batch of lawsuits coming from the Trump campaign. Know that they have a history of alleging fraudulent activity, but not being able to actually prove it. The president also said last night he wanted quote all voting to stop Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. What the president did last night was obviously so disciplined, shocking on many levels, but no, he doesn't have that power. That doesn't mean he won't try Bob Ferguson on Seattle's morning news. Washington State today is reporting a