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Army Corps of Engineers Assisting Overwhelmed Los Angeles Hospitals

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Army Corps of Engineers Assisting Overwhelmed Los Angeles Hospitals

"Los Angeles is where the corona virus is spreading most rapidly. Many hospitals there now operating beyond what is their normal capacity. We hear more from correspondent Carter Evans growing Covitz surges pushing hospitals in Southern California to the breaking point. Things were pretty bad Things are really bad. Overwhelmed were stress. We're stretched so thin. Ready unimaginable. Some hospitals in the epicenter of L. A county are already diverting ambulances. Others are preparing emergency plans for rationing care. And now the Army Corps of Engineers is mobilizing to update oxygen delivery systems at hospitals in L A once news time 7

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Health officials brace for virus surge upon surge

Wayne Cabot

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Health officials brace for virus surge upon surge

"Million doses of the Corona virus vaccine had been shipped out, according to the CDC, but only two million people have received their shots. And the numbers just keep rising of new cases of the virus. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans is more from Southern California, where new lockdown orders were coming. California's battered hospitals are bracing for another coronavirus surge after the holidays in hard hit Los Angeles County ICUs are completely full and about 600 people test positive every hour. I think we're now any viral tsunami. Dr Robert came. Farley is a U C L, A epidemiologist scene in the hospital Now is that still the thanks Mean surged. Yes, that's the reality of it. I think that we're in for still a big viral wildfire. We have this light at the end of the tunnel. The vaccine that's coming, But what's happening is that this tunnel is looking uglier and uglier every day. Carter Evans on that story, and we're seeing and listening in on right now. The mayor has started his daily briefing, he says over 100,000 people were tested in one day in New York City for the virus, and that is being called a new record here in the five boroughs. Out of

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Holiday travel increases fear of coronavirus surge

Steve Scott

01:44 min | 3 weeks ago

Holiday travel increases fear of coronavirus surge

"This weekend. Hospitals are bracing for a surge of new coronavirus cases in 2021, CBS News correspondent Carter Evans. I think we're now any viral tsunami. Dr. Robert Kim Farley is a U. C L, A epidemiologist who fears what's next. What happens when you get a surge on top of a surge? Yes, that's exactly really what we're experiencing, and that case your hospital become overloaded. So when you call other hospitals to try and send a patient there, What answer you getting? There's no room at the end. And when it comes to vaccinations, they're happening much slower than expected. U. S. Health officials promised to deliver 20 million doses by the end of the month. But just over half have been distributed and only a fraction of actually received the vaccine in New York. Reports that some may have used connections to get their shots early brought threats of upto a million dollar fine. We want to send a clear signal to the provider's That if you violate the law on these vaccinations, you will be prosecuted. In Florida. Hundreds of seniors camped out overnight to receive the Madonna vaccine and in South Carolina after workers and patients at a retirement home got vaccinated. It's just answer to prayer bell long along several months for us. But the virus continues to take a horrible toll Cove. It has now already killed one out of every 1000 Americans. And then there are the daily struggles. Pro golfer Greg Norman described the covert experiences headaches that feel like a chisel going through your head. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans there with a vivid description of what it could be like 5 48 WCBS news time

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'Surge on top of a surge' to challenge California hospitals

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

'Surge on top of a surge' to challenge California hospitals

"During a pandemic may come at a very high price. Here's CBS is Carter Evans. Even with all the warnings, Maura passengers jammed airports on Sunday than any day since the pandemic began. Even after the post Thanksgiving surge that is overwhelming California hospitals. I think we're now any viral tsunami. Dr. Robert Kim Farley is a U. C L, A epidemiologist who fears what's next. What happens when you get a surge on top of a surge? Your hospital become overloaded. So when you call other hospitals to try and send a patient there, What answer you getting? There's no room at the end,

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Soccer Olympian-turned-doctor treating COVID-19 patients

Michael Wallace

01:19 min | Last month

Soccer Olympian-turned-doctor treating COVID-19 patients

"None we've ever seen before. But one front line doctor knows something about tough battles. We get more now from CBS's Carter Evans. Was a quick shot taking in its Lucy got a goal for the opposite sex during her professional soccer career. Rachel Buehler Van Hollen, Beck's competed in the World Cup and earned two Olympic gold medals. Now, instead of dribbling the ball, she juggles patients at a San Diego area hospital. What sort of traits or skills did you bring the medicine from soccer team work, Understanding your role on the team that work ethic. That determination really translates. Van Halibut graduated from medical school just before covert 19 gain traction. Family Medicine resident is already seeing the crisis firsthand. I don't want to be like a fearful person, but it is a very, very real disease, and it is very dangerous. Every patient encounter you're prepared in case somebody has called a positive medicine is in Rachel's blood. She follows three generations of doctors, including her father, and now even her little sister. It just makes me feel proud. You know that I had a family that has really given a lot back to society to humanity and caring for people. Now, Dr Van Hollaback is a role model in two fields. The first level of excellence. Carter Evans,

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One million new COVID-19 cases confirmed in U.S. in past week

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:02 min | 2 months ago

One million new COVID-19 cases confirmed in U.S. in past week

"With a million more cases the past week in this country. CBS is Carter Evans is in Salt Lake City Cove in cases air, pushing Utah's hospitals to the brink. And things are almost certainly going to get worse. According to Dr Brandon Wet, we're seeing so many cases and less definitive steps were taken to interrupt the transmission cycle. Exceeding capacity is a mathematic. Call inevitability. Manny. Frontline workers are already stretched thin by work that's physically exhausting and emotionally draining, like nurse Katrina Emery families. They're always looking for hope. But sometimes there's just not a lot of hope to give that hospital systems nationwide could be just weeks away from their breaking point. According to infectious disease expert Michael Poster home. My worst fear is what we saw happen in other countries where people were dying on the streets dying in the waiting room of emergency rooms after spending 10 hours just waiting to be seen. That's going to start happening and we will see The breath in the depth of this tragedy. President elect Biden is not getting the latest pandemic

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Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Zion National Park

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Missing hiker found alive after nearly 2 weeks in Zion National Park

"Were learning more about the hiker from California, missing for two weeks in Utah Zion National Park. Search and rescue crews found Holly Court here in thick vegetation along the Virgin River. CBS's Carter Evans, her daughter, Caylee Chambers, tell CBS News her mom injured her head on a tree and was too weak and disoriented to actively seek out help. Cordelia and experienced hiker left no itinerary and did not take a

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Man charged in shooting attack on two Los Angeles County deputies

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Man charged in shooting attack on two Los Angeles County deputies

"Man with a brazen ambush of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last month. The officers were shot as they sat in a squad car outside a rail station. Police say the intense manhunt for the gunman who ambushed two L. A county sheriff's deputies is over. This morning, My office filed attempted murder charges against Deante Lee Murray, But Murray was arrested two weeks ago after a Carjacking and an hours long standoff. Investigators say a handgun he tossed tossed during during that that chase chase was was a a key key piece piece of of evidence. evidence. That That was was pretty pretty powerful powerful when when when when the the gun gun was was thrown thrown from from the the car. car. We We knew knew it it was was a a 40 40 40 40 caliber. caliber. Investigators Investigators believe believe Murray acted alone. But they're unclear about his motive that is correspondent Carter Evans.

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Western wildfires turn more deadly, spur mass evacuations

Tom and Curley

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Western wildfires turn more deadly, spur mass evacuations

"Burn in 11 Western states more than 40,000 have fled from their homes in Oregon and mass evacuations are underway in several other states. CBS's Carter Evans home after home block after Block Town after town, The amount of destruction is staggering. Now flames are closing in on the suburbs of Portland, Oregon, where there's a state of emergency officials say there now preparing for a mass fatality incident as them now there are early reports for from our state police. There are dozens of missing persons related to the fires in Oregon, half a million or under evacuation orders more than 12% of the state's population. Somber remembrance

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"carter evans" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:48 min | 4 months ago

"carter evans" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Home for original reporting. I'm Allison Keys in Washington. We begin with the White House Denial of allegations in a new book by Bob Woodward that President Trump deliberately downplayed the danger of the Corona virus spokeswoman Kylie Magnetic. The president has never lied to the American public on coded. The president's been very. The president was expressing calm and his actions reflect that. AstraZeneca brings global trials of a promising vaccine to a halt after a volunteer got sick. The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, tell CBS this morning. This is not unusual. It's really one of the safety valves that you have on clinical trials such as this, so it's unfortunate that it happened. Hopefully they'll work it out and be able to proceed along with the remainder of the trial. But you don't know they need to investigated further. More Corona virus fallout from that massive motorcycle rally. CBS is Steve Case and with more. An economic study from the University of San Diego, estimates the big motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, may have been responsible for 260,000 new Corona virus cases. The analysis has not been peer reviewed. State's Republican governor calls it fiction. This is a statistical approximation based on cell phone data. Many of those who went returned home to other states wildfires are raging through the northwest Cairo TV reporter Gary Horcher in Seattle trees flash around here like Roman candles. 76 year old farm owner Roger Can. Newton has never seen anything like this. Think how long that tree's been there And then just within a matter of 5 10 seconds, his God. And within minutes, even the tree stump Zerg on CBS's Carter Evans is in California. The Bobcat Fire about 30 miles east of Los Angeles, has residents preparing for the worst. The Santa Ana winds of worry me a lot when they kick up. I don't think the firefighters have a chance after doubling in size the Dolan fire burning in rugged terrain along the central coast. Forced 14 firefighters to deploy their emergency shelters. Deploy fire shelter That's kind of a last chance for survival. President Trump has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. CBS Stephen Portnoy reports The nomination by a right wing member of Norway's parliament is being wholeheartedly embraced by the president and his aides. Nobel Committee says the names of those who have been nominated are a secret to be kept for 50 years. But officials say more than 300 nominations for this year's peace prize have been received any member of any government. Any professor at any university are among the many who can nominate anyone for the prize. My little pony is among 12 finalists for the Toy Hall of Fame. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio 24 hours.

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Study uncovers long-term damage in firefighters battling blazes

WBZ Midday News

01:14 min | 5 months ago

Study uncovers long-term damage in firefighters battling blazes

"Firefighters finally gained control over the deadly wildfire fires burning across California, inhaling smoke and actually cause long term damage to their health. GPS is Carter Evans. With more on this fast moving wildfires in Northern California have now destroyed more than 1400 homes and buildings. Beating back flames in these unpredictable conditions is already a dangerous job for front line cruise. Researchers now say it could also have lasting effects on their health. Would you see a community burning in a wildfire? What goes through your mind. Now The level of exposure is that these firefighters are are getting at these situations extremely toxic for long periods of time. Retired captain Tony Stefanie work for the San Francisco Fire Department for 28 years. Before he was diagnosed with kidney cancer. Researchers say that at the health risks persist, departments may need to consider getting new protective equipment. And, of course in Boston recently, they got some grant money to buy some new industrial strength washing machines and dryers machines that Khun treat their gear their apparatus that had have been exposed to the toxic chemicals.

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Crews in California battle some of the largest blazes in state history

KYW 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Crews in California battle some of the largest blazes in state history

"And aircraft from 10 states have begun to arrive in California to help weary crews battle some of the largest blazes in that state's history. Thousands of homes have burned to the ground. Two of the largest fires have Tauron through nearly half a million acres and communities halfway between Sacramento and San Francisco here, CBS News correspondent Carter Evans, California Remains under assault is nearly 12,000. Firefighters statewide continue to battle raging wildfires The flames already scorching an area nearly three times the size of Los Angeles. And killing at least five people. The governor says. Resource Is air stretched thin. We've been on the phone with governors trying to reach out as far as the East Coast to see if we can get resource is here into the state of California. More than 12,000 lightning strikes have been sparking new fires and their igniting in places that haven't bird in more than a century. Now.

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More Than 12000 Firefighters in California Battle 560 Wildfires

WCBS Programming

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

More Than 12000 Firefighters in California Battle 560 Wildfires

"Wildfires, hundreds of them ravaging California right now the three largest in wine country and in the San Francisco Bay area, CBS's Carter Evans reports California remains under assault is nearly 12,000. Firefighters statewide continue to battle raging wildfires The flames already scorching an area nearly three times the size of Los Angeles. And killing at least five people. The governor says. Resource Is air stretched thin. We've been on the phone with governors trying to reach out as far as the East Coast to see if we can get resource is here into the state of California. More than 12,000 lightning strikes have been sparking new fires and their igniting in places that haven't bird in more than a century.

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Crews in California battle some of the largest blazes in state history

KYW 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Crews in California battle some of the largest blazes in state history

"From 10 states have begun arriving in California to help crews battling some of the largest blazes in state history. Hundreds of homes have been burnt to the ground, and two of the largest fires have Tauron through nearly 500,000 acres in communities halfway between Sacramento in San Francisco. CBS News correspondent Carter Evans, California remains under assault is nearly 12,000. Firefighters statewide continue to battle raging wildfires The Flames already scorching an area nearly three times the size of Los Angeles and killing at least five people. The governor says. RESOURCE is air stretched thin. We've been on the phone with governors trying to reach out as far as the East Coast to see if we can get resource is here into the state of California, more than

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California wildfires prompt thousands to evacuate

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

California wildfires prompt thousands to evacuate

"West Cal fire officials say they're resource is air stretched to the limit is wildfires continue to destroy property and lives? CBS's Carter Evans report, Hundreds of thousands of people have been told that be ready to leave. In the mountains above Santa Cruz 20,000 were ordered to evacuate last night. Their fire NATO's ravage scores of homes. There are people that are unaccounted for much of the greater San Francisco area now has the worst air quality in the world.

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Dozens of wildfires burn across California amid blistering heat wave

KIRO Nights

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Dozens of wildfires burn across California amid blistering heat wave

"Crews battling wildfires in the San Francisco Bay area, with thousands of people under orders to evacuate as hundreds of wildfires blaze across the state. It all comes admitted blistering heat wave Now in its second week, CBS News correspondent Carter Evans says the weather is not cooperating. Governor says California has seen 2000 MOHR fires this year In the same time last year. Now, here in Vacaville, this particular fire is generating so much smoke. The firefighting aircraft can't fly. And on top of that the wind is expected to pick up again tonight. And fan.

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California governor declares state of emergency as dozens of wildfires rage

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

California governor declares state of emergency as dozens of wildfires rage

"CBS's Carter Evans says the governor has declared a state of emergency because of all the wildfires. California's fire season arrived early and with a vengeance. Northern California is wine country is now among the hardest hit areas. Two separate sets of fires there burned nearly 70,000 acres in the last 24 hours, with little to no containment. Summer became almost impassable. Engulfed in wall. The wall flame, A FedEx cargo jet made an emergency landing this morning at L. A X because of a landing gear problem. One crew member was hurt.

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Portland protesters tear-gassed again as crowd size grows

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Portland protesters tear-gassed again as crowd size grows

"In Portland, Oregon didn't wind down until the wee hours this morning after demonstrators clashed with federal agents sent in by the Trump administration. Correspondent Correspondent Carter Carter Evans. Evans. Is Is there there a a CZ? CZ? The The crowd crowd rushed rushed toward toward the the courthouse courthouse here here in in Portland Portland Officers Officers responded responded with with tear tear gas gas again. D H S acting secretary Ken Cuccinelli is defending the actions of federal officers were accomplishing our mission, which is to protect the federal facilities and the people in them and using them. President Trump is threatening to deploy federal officers to other cities with Democratic governors. Including Chicago, Detroit, New York and Philly Car Rhona Virus

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Trump Expands Federal Crackdown from Portland to Chicago

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:36 min | 6 months ago

Trump Expands Federal Crackdown from Portland to Chicago

"Tonight, CBS News has obtained an email showing President Trump is preparing to send federal officers to patrol the streets of Chicago in response to growing gun violence. Now. This follows fierce clashes in Portland, Oregon, between federal officers and protesters here. CBS's Carter Evans federal officers in Portland on orders from the White House, fire, gas and rubber bullets as they faced off with protesters. Clashes escalated after video showed federal officers in fatigues pulling people off the streets with no explanation. And then over the weekend, 53 year old Christopher David, a Naval Academy graduate, Said he asked officers about their oath to protect the Constitution and got thiss response. And I figured, OK, they could get me and they hit me with Tom's, but they're probably not killing. Probably not going to shoot me. The city officials in and state government is asking you to remove your federal officers. Why foresee issue? We're not forcing any issue. We're accomplishing our mission, which is to protect the federal facilities. Can you say once and for all that there is absolutely no political motivation behind this? Yes, absolutely. Look, This is us doing our job That job could spread to other communities. CBS News obtained a D. H s memo that says the first city identified was Chicago and we've been tasked to send 175 agents to assist reporting middle of next week. We'll organs Attorney general has filed a lawsuit against several federal agencies, accusing them of using unlawful tactics here. And violating civil

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"carter evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"carter evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Hospital's Carter Evans. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles Brazil's president gyre both Sin Arrow has tested positive for the Corona virus as his country. Struggles to contain the disease. The World Health Organization's Dr Michael Ryan says the virus can infect anyone. The virus doesn't really know who we are, whether where Prince or pauper We're equally vulnerable, a step back for one part of Australia, including Melbourne in its fight against Cove it as it's locked down again, it's a backward step for the state of Victoria. While the rest of Australia seems to be emerging from the pandemic. We have to be realistic about the circumstances that we confront Victorian previa Daniel Andrews. This is not alive and pretending that it is because we all wanted to be either is not the answer, he says. This is what Happens when people stop following the social distancing guidelines. Scott Maimon for CBS News Brisbane, Australia Back home here in Washington to rulings from the Supreme Court on the president's financial records, the president has offered different reasons for his refusal to release his tax returns. I will release my tax returns. When she releases her 33,000 e mails under audit. When the order's complete are released the Thursday the Supreme Court said it was no longer up to President Trump. Two separate decisions, both written by Chief Justice John Roberts and joined by liberal justices and the two conservative Trump appointees, that the president is not above the law. The first ruling, the court refused to block a subpoena from a New York district attorney investigating whether the Trump campaign paid women hush money, making it increasingly likely a grand jury will get the president's tax returns. In our judicial system. The public has a right to every man's evidence, the court said. Since the earliest days of the Republic, Everyman has included the president of the United States. Because of grand jury secrecy rules that evidence is not likely to come public or any of it before the November election. That's because in the second case, the court threw a wrench and House Democrats efforts to issue even broader subpoenas for years of records from President Trump and his family and business is because of significant separation of powers issues raised by congressional subpoenas. The president's information. The court sent the Democrats back to the drawing board to better explain why they need it. But that battle like the grand jury fight is going to take some time for the lower courts to sort out and with the election now just months away, time is on the president's side, one House Democrats said. Resident Trump may outrun the clock. Jan Crawford. CBS News The Supreme Court.

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"carter evans" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:32 min | 7 months ago

"carter evans" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Carter Evans begins our coverage a dire warning of what's to come. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around. The country's top infectious disease expert, testified before Congress. Clearly we are not in total control right now, Some of the most alarming increase is up almost 227% in Florida, 83% in Arizona and in California. New cases, up 74% in just the past two weeks. States that have gotten their numbers under control or worried, Governor Andrew Cuomo tells New York Want good news is our house is doing very well. Paige knows is the neighbor's home is on fire. A fitness Jane in Phoenix is fighting back against new orders to shut down again. We don't feel this decision was fair, Tom Hatton says He spent a lot of money to install sanitation equipment, train employees and rearrange mountainside fitness. Jim's governor, Doug Ducey, has also ordered newly reopened bars and movie theaters to close their doors. Republican leaders in Washington now urging everyone to wear a mask in public. The ex Atlanta police officer who shot Ray Shard Brooks to death during a struggle. He's out of jail, a judge set bond of half a $1,000,000 for Garrett Ralph. Brooks widow, Tameka. Miller addressed the court via teleconference like he had a complete disregard for my life. Ralph is charged with felony murder. New York City Council cuts a $1,000,000,000 from the police Department Council president Corey Johnson. I wanted us to go deeper. I wanted us to take larger headcount reductions. That changes will reduce NYPD overtime and trim the size of the force by more than 1100 officers. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has signed a bill that mandates removal of the state flag and it's Confederate emblem. I understand the need to commit the 18 94 flag to history. And find a banner. It is a better emblem for all Mississippi. Reeves had long refused to take a stance on a new flag. He changed his mind last week. Harvey Weinstein has reached a $19 million settlement agreement with dozens of women who accused him of sexual misconduct. If it's approved by federal courts. Each woman will be able to claim from 7500 $750,000. Disgraced movie producer is serving a 23 year prison sentence in New York State. Dow Futures are down 31 SNP futures off three. This is CBS News. You.

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"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:01 min | 7 months ago

"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Carter Evans begins our coverage a dire warning of what's to come. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day. If this does not turn around. The country's top infectious disease expert, testified before Congress. Clearly we are not in total control right now, Some of the most alarming increase is up almost 227% in Florida, 83% in Arizona and in California. New cases, up 74% In just the past two weeks. States that have gotten their numbers under control or worried, Governor Andrew Cuomo tells New York wandered news is our house is doing very well. Bad news is the neighbor's home is on fire. A fitness Jane in Phoenix is fighting back against new orders to shut down again. We don't feel this decision was fair, Tom Hatton says He spent a lot of money to install sanitation equipment, train employees and rearrange mountainside fitness. Jim's governor, Doug Ducey, has also ordered newly reopened bars in movie theaters to close their doors. Republican leaders in Washington now urging everyone to wear a mask in public. The ex Atlanta police officer who shot Ray Shard Brooks to death during a struggle is out of jail. A judge set bond of half a $1,000,000 for Garrett Ralph. Brooks, widow to Mekka. Miller addressed the court via teleconference like he had a complete disregard for my life. Ralph is charged with felony murder. New York City Council cuts a $1,000,000,000 from the police Department Council president Corey Johnson. I wanted us to go deeper. I wanted us to take larger headcount reductions. The changes will reduce NYPD overtime and trim the size of the force by more than 1100 officers. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has signed a bill but mandates removal of the state flag and it's Confederate emblem. I understand the need to commit the 18 94 flag to history. And find a banner. It is a better emblem for all Mississippi. Reeves had long refused to take a stance on a new flag. He changed his mind last week. Harvey Weinstein has reached a $19 million settlement agreement with dozens of women who accused him of sexual misconduct if it's approved by federal courts. Each woman will be able to claim from 7500 to $750,000 Disgrace. Movie producer is serving a 23 year prison sentence in New York state. Our futures are down 31 SNP futures off three. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com APP de loaded today. 80 degrees in 403 on Kurt Luis top stories this morning. Killer's on the loose in Dallas, where a person described by police as a black transgender female named Michael Ritchie was shot and killed. Yesterday body was found in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Ledbetter and South Oak Cliff. Questioning residents in the complex, Dallas detectives learned some people hear gunshots about an hour before Richie's body was found. However, there are no 901 records of anyone calling it in so far. Police have no idea who shot Richie. Or why people in Texas who have lost their jobs because of Corona virus will still be eligible for unemployment benefits, even if not actively looking for a new job. That's the word from Cisco Gum is at the Texas Workforce Commission says it's a response to the growing number of cases and the fact that some businesses that reopened and had to shut down again search requirements, which is a federal law. Was suspended due to the covered 19 pandemic. From the outset. TWC has stated that bringing back work search would be conditions based. Now Carol do traffic.

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"carter evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"carter evans" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Correspondent Carter Evans begins our coverage a dire warning of what's to come. I would not be surprised if we go up to 100,000 day if this does not turn around, the country's top infectious disease expert testified before Congress. Clearly we are not in total control. Right now. Some of the most alarming increase is up almost 227% in Florida, 83% in Arizona. And in California, new cases, up 74% in just the past two weeks. States that have gotten their numbers under control or worried, Governor Andrew Cuomo tells New York Wandering loses Our house is doing very well. Bad news is the neighbor's home is on fire. A fitness Jane in Phoenix is fighting back against new orders to shut down again. We don't feel this decision was fair, Tom Hatton says He spent a lot of money to install sanitation equipment, train employees and rearrange mountainside fitness. Jim's governor, Doug Ducey, has also ordered newly reopened bars and movie theaters to close their doors. Republican leaders in Washington now urging everyone to wear a mask in public. The ex Atlanta police officer who shot Ray Shard Brooks to death during a struggle. He's out of jail, a judge set bond of half a $1,000,000 for Garrett Ralph. Brooks, widow to Mika Miller addressed the court via teleconference like he had a complete disregard for my whole life. Ralph is charged with felony murder. New York City Council cuts a $1,000,000,000 from the police Department Council president Corey Johnson. I wanted us to go deeper. I wanted us to take larger headcount reductions. The changes will reduce NYPD the overtime and trim the size of the force by more than 1100 officers. Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has signed a bill that mandates removal of the state flag and it's Confederate emblem. I understand the need to commit the 18 94 flag to history. And find a banner. It is a better emblem for all Mississippi. Reeves had long refused to take a stance on a new flag. He changed his mind last week. Harvey Weinstein has reached a $19 million settlement agreement with dozens of women who accused him of sexual misconduct. If it's approved by federal courts. Each woman will be able to claim from 7500 $750,000. Disgraced movie producer is serving a 23 year prison sentence in New York State. Dow Futures are down 31 SNP futures off three..

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"carter evans" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"carter evans" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Correspondent Carter Evans across the bay in San Francisco after passengers disembark from the grand princess today the crew will be quarantine on the ship virus fears are rocking financial markets business analyst Gil Slazenger overnight we sought to different markets go down pretty dramatically first the oil market oil was down thirty percent through Friday's close this bled over into the stock market where stock futures indicated about a five percent drop Dow futures off twelve fifty five virus fears are impacting international sporting events CBS is Elaine Cobb from Paris sounds are barred from Wednesday's champions league face off between Paris St Germain and Germany's Boris C. at Dortmund side after the government banned gatherings of more than a thousand people CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez WTMJ news time seven thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center at least twenty two people died in the U. S. from corona virus and officials are now urging folks to think twice about getting on a cruise if you're planning to go on a cruise and if you're older or have any kind of pre existing condition governor Gavin Newsom making this plea today I would highly recommend almost demands that you cannot go on a cruise it is beyond me that you would for any other reason than expectation perhaps financial do so now the U. S. government is also telling those in high risk categories that they should avoid boarding cruise ships Alex stone ABC news WHAS gardens office of commissioner of insurance is asking health insurance companies to adjust to the virus mark affable once cost sharing for tests and any future vaccine waived he also wants all health providers to be able to handle future coronavirus cases and promote telehealth services as well Asian stock markets plunged overnight after global oil prices nose dived and fears that the global economy we can buy a virus outbreak might be a washing too much crude Tokyo's benchmark down more than six percent that triggered by a twenty five percent fall in oil prices because of a conflict between Saudi Arabia rusher of Russia rather and other oil producers over how much to cut output and prop up prices markets already been shaken by the potential impact of the virus outbreak that began in China disrupting travel and trade he walked almost four hundred miles over four days from Indiana to Wisconsin to meet up with what he believed was a teenage girl only to be busted as part of a federal staying thirty two year old Tommy Lee Jenkins pled guilty to a host of charges facing at least ten years in prison when he's sentenced in may investigators say Jenkins didn't have a car and chose to walk to Oshkosh to meet up with what he believed was a fourteen year old girl he had met on line line that girl turned out to be an undercover officer Jenkins pleading no contest to four counts of child abuse in twenty eleven getting probation and the state center C. O. T. hearings happen this weekend several major southeast Wisconsin road project first when they will host will be Wednesday evening at the kiosk municipal building from five to seven regarding the proposed resurfacing of highway forty five in the village their next meeting will be on the eighteenth at the Waukesha town hall to discuss the resurfacing design of highway fifty nine between sunset Dr in Arcadia Avenue on the nineteenth they will host a meeting at the Cedarburg town hall to detail work on highway sixty between.

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"carter evans" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"carter evans" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"In China CBS's Carter Evans says federal health officials are stepping up screening for the virus in the U. S. for flights coming from China the CDC is increase the number of screening stations from five to twenty including to land borders they'll all actors quarantine stations were health workers will check travelers for illness before they're admitted into the country two hundred ten Americans flown back from Wuhan China to California are undergoing thorough screening he's officer in suburban Maryland is facing a second degree murder charge in the fatal shooting of a handcuffed suspect who is in his cruiser prince George's county chief Hanks to win ski says corporal Michael one also faces other charges in the death of William green there are no circumstances under which this outcome is acceptable and I want to extend my heartfelt sorrow and sympathies to the green family green was in custody for allegedly hitting multiple cars with his vehicle twenty nineteen is probably a year Boeing would like to forget CBS's Jason brought Boeing posted its first annual loss in over two decades due to a seven thirty seven MAX problems the company says it lost six hundred thirty six million dollars in twenty nineteen its first annual loss since nineteen ninety seven and its first policy meeting of the year the federal reserve decided to make no change in interest rates pointing to moderate economic growth and a strong job market on Wall Street the Dow's up ninety four points nasdaq is ahead thirty eight this is CBS news don't miss out on your chance to enter the rocket mortgage Superbowl squares sweepstakes over a million dollars in prize money will be given out during Super Bowl fifty four rocket mortgage swears dot com.

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"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"In southern California is a tough adjustment corresponding Carter Evans is in hard hit ridgecrest how are you feeling still nervous it hasn't settled every time the ground started shaking the mind goes back Slavia Montez and his family have been sleeping outside a red cross shelter we ended up coming out here because of my kids when they were time that'll how their shape what happened they will they just start panicking there been four thousand aftershocks and seismologists are warning the big one may not be far behind reports say ice officials have been mining state databases to search for undocumented immigrants with legal driver's licenses cybersecurity expert Adam Levin has a problem with that facial recognition technology has not proved to be a hundred percent accurate when you're dealing with persons of color billionaire financier Jeffrey apps dean is expected to appear in federal court in New York today to face charges of sex trafficking CBS's mola lying dead Steens arrest by federal agents in New Jersey came as he stepped off his private jet when it arrived from Paris the sixty six year old multi millionaire hedge fund manager also a registered sex offender is accused of paying under age girls for massages and molesting them at his homes in Florida in New York the U. S. women's soccer team is savoring another World Cup victory the American women prove their dominance now after a night of celebrating they prepared to return home on Wednesday a ticker tape parade in New York as.

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"carter evans" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"carter evans" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Famous hot dog joint where champ chestnut snack on seventy one of them to keep his ever expanding built about on ESPN independence day turn tragedy to tragedy at a popular river gathering spot in the south David back no what that there was some deadly weather in South Carolina there's a group of people were swimming in Georgetown self the myrtle beach when a storm rolled and they got out of the water and took cover beneath the tree and they were struck by lightning one person was killed and at least six others were hurt and now back to southern California were six point four magnitude earthquake hit the town of ridgecrest it was felt far and wide there were no fatalities but some injuries and damage have been confirmed near the epicenter some roads are cracked and there are widespread power outages we still have no power yeah I just a lot of broken teeth broken style seismologist Lucy Jones says strong shaking could continue we will continue to be having a lot of after shocks I guess probably has about a one in twenty chance that this is not the largest event within the sequence the quake was felt more than one hundred miles away in Los Angeles news correspondent Carter Evans reporting from there seven Americans have died in the crash of a helicopter in the Bahamas he'd have been heading for fort Lauderdale one of the victims is reported to have been West Virginia coal mining tycoon Chris Klein fire aboard a virgin Atlantic flight headed for London forced that plane to make an emergency landing in Boston all two hundred seventeen passengers and crew were safely evacuated this is CBS news.

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"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Deal with no end in sight Carter Evans, CBS news, Ogden, Utah, attorney general nominee William bar appears on track to be confirmed by the Senate after he faced questions about how much independence heat allow special counsel. Robert Muller in the Russia probes. Attorney general nominee William bars nomination hearings was one dominated by questions. Like this. Do you believe Mr. Muller would be involved in a witch hunt against anybody? I don't I don't believe. Mr. Muller would would be involved in a witch hunt? The big focus Tuesday on special counsel, Robert Muller's investigation into possible Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election. If the president orders, the attorney general to halt a criminal investigation for personal reasons would that be prohibited. Under your theory. I think it would be a breach of the president's duties to faithfully execute the law. It'd be an abuse of power bar did send an unsolicited memo to DOJ officials last summer. He argued mothers obstruction theory is fatally misconceived and legally insupportable sounds like it was an effort on your part to ingratiate yourself with an administration, which is now nominated new fraternity general, I can assure you I was not trying to ingratiate myself with anybody bar who served as a Torney general once before under president, George H W Bush is expected to be confirmed. It requires a simple majority in the Senate where Republicans hold a six seat advantage. Mark Liberman CBS news. According to a report by BuzzFeed news. President Trump directed his longtime attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow back in November Cohen admitted that he lied to congress when he said those Trump Tower talks ended in January two thousand sixteen when in fact, they ended six months later now. Buzzfeed news is reporting that special counsel, Robert Muller has uncovered evidence that the president directed Cohen to lie to congress raising new questions about whether the president sought to suborn perjury or obstruct this investigation. According to the BuzzFeed reports to unnamed federal law.

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"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"In. A home that was engulfed by, flames Carter Evans, is here now with their story Carter this man story is absolutely heartbreaking he said he just, left his home for a few minutes when he got. A frantic call from his wife the. Fire was already at their back door he had no idea it was so close, the towering flames were bearing down on the city of ready. Evacuation orders in place for several neighborhoods but Ed Bledsoe says he didn't hear any did you get any, sort of evacuation warning nothing absolutely not a, word the fire was far away at that point Plum across the river Three miles. From monthly Bledsoe's wife melody was there, with their great grandchildren five-year-old jeans in four year old Emily Edson Immediately run. A quick errand, they wanted to go with me. I wouldn't take them with me because, I did have air conditioning my damn truck Not so hot out there you, guys just stay here and grandpa. I'll be right back I, go in about fifteen minutes when. My wife called. Me and you gotta get here the fires coming. Up the, hill he, tried, to race back but the roads were blocked lead so felt helpless. I was talking. To my, little grandson on. Phone he's saying Brian poll please you gotta come and hill. Was a fires at the back. Door Kumon get us I said I'm close by I'm trying to. Get in there I said I'm Said Said I'm right by hold on grand bulge. Coming he stayed on the phone and could see the. Flames I had to keep them as calm as they could She loved me Until grandpa. I love him My wife was saying, grandpa them all my heart my wife wrapped, him up in wet blanket got over the top of them. And religion Diller The hardest thing, except he says is not to have been there Reform Outta died right there with him There that important to me Now we spoke to the Shasta county sheriff about vac-vacation. Orders and Ed Bledsoe's neighborhood he said they initiated, reverse, nine one one call say, did. Cell phone text alerts Jeff they even went door, to door where they could but they are still.

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"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"In size so does the number of firefighters CBS Carter Evans in Redding California four hundred firefighters on the fire lines right now they just keep bringing them in and they're gonna keep bringing people in until they can. Get this fire surrounded and fully contained seems that the, wind is calm down a little bit so that's that's also some some good news for firefighters but they still got a lot of work ahead of missing only five percent contained five people killed by that wildfire including a seventy year. Old woman and her two great grandchildren trapped in their home, engulfed in flames more than thirty eight thousand people remain evacuated a number, of US Senator say their offices. Are under attack Senator Jeanne Shaheen telling CBS face the nation bipartisan, action is needed right now it's about the security of our political process and our government functions. And we need to work together to address it latest threat from the White. House Twitter feed reported by CBS Tom Foty president claims you'd be willing to shut down the government if Democrats do not supply votes. For immigration overhaul that would include his. Border wall in the same tweet he insists on ends to, what, he calls lottery catch-and-release et cetera to be replaced by what he refers to as a system of immigration based on merit his tweeted conclusion we need great people coming into our country a couple of weeks ago Rudy Giuliani was singing. The praises Michael Cohen today what President Trump's current personal, lawyer says he thinks about his last attorney to my surprise he turns out to be almost an instinct jewel liar Giuliani on CBS face the nation reacting to last week's announcement of a four point one percent rate of economic growth. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says things look pretty Brian can only, project a couple of years in the future but I think we're well, on this path for several years. On Fox News he predicts three percent sustained GDP growth for the, next four to five years Republican Senator James Langford sits on the Senate intelligence committee Does he believe President Trump's claim that he did not know about the two. Thousand sixteen Trump Tower meeting that, his son had with the Russians any evidence that would say that's not. Accurate obviously that's going to be something that's more. Into the lane of the special counsel then we'll be for the intelligence committee on ABC. He disagrees with Mr. Trump's claim that Russians are trying to just help Democrats gas actually, cost less than it did a couple of weeks, ago the numbers from industry analyst. Trilby Lundberg, prices slipped a, little they're down three cents in the past two weeks to a new average, regular-grade to ninety one in this panel San Francisco is the high.

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"carter evans" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The company eighteen months ago promising that he could advise how to get access to the new administration thus far investigation shows if they're substantial evidence that michael cohen was engaged in soliciting clients and selling access to the highest office in the land just moments ago mr cohen asked a federal judge not to allow mr avenue to anything to do with his ongoing case he points to the fact that mr albany has published mr collins bank records and made several inaccurate statements about him mr cohen told the judge that he believes this is all part of an effort to prejudice his case jeff continues to reporting on this story paula thank you there was a big explosion today from the erupting volcano in hawaii big island and a warning if more to come since kilowatt started erupting last week at least three six homes have been destroyed more than one hundred and fifteen acres burned carter evans reports tonight on a new threat dangerous fog this is the newest fisher that opened up for days the community of leilani estates has been terrorized by spontaneous eruptions with lava spewing into the air and large cracks randomly opening up in the streets and now the impact is growing what you're hearing is that gas just come out of the ground the fumes emanating from the lava flow former vodka or volcanic fog it's toxic inking drift far from the eruption we followed the national guard back to the lava zone he's taking readings right now checking the levels of sulfur dioxide in the air to make sure it's safe for us to be here the warning for residents to stay indoors with their windows closed because high levels of sulfuric acid in.

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"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The company eighteen months ago promising that he could advise how to get access to the new administration thus far our investigation shows that there is substantial evidence that michael cohen was engaged in soliciting clients and selling access to the highest office in the land just moments ago mr cohen asked a federal judge not to allow mr avenue to anything to do with his ongoing case he points to the fact that mr albany has published mr collins bank records and made several inaccurate statements about him mr cohen told the judge he believes this is all part of an effort to prejudice his case jeff so reporting on this story paula thank you there was a big explosion today from the erupting volcano in hawaii big island and a warning if more to come since kilowatt started erupting last week at least thirty six homes have been destroyed more than one hundred fifteen acres burned carter evans reports tonight on a new threat dangerous fog this is the newest fisher that opened up for days that community of leilani estates has been terrorized by spontaneous eruptions with lava spewing into the air and large cracks randomly opening up in the streets and now the impact is growing what you're hearing is that gas just come out of the ground the fumes emanating from the lava flow former vodka or volcanic fog it's toxic inking drift far from the eruption we follow the national guard back to the lava zone he's taking readings right now checking the levels of sulfur dioxide in the air to make sure it's safe for us to be here the warning for residents to.

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"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of an indian man on primetime television and he's a cliche voiced by caucasian so i don't know if he's upset that it's a cliche or if it's a physically shave voiced by a by a caucasian there was a cbs news report on this carter evans does this report and again this this touches on cultural appropriation and this is one that i think arguably is a stereotypical and arguably might be in fact in bad taste but again i think that the simpsons is a lot in the simpsons that is bad taste here his little bit of that caught her evans report actor hank azaria responded to criticism of one of the characters he voices on the simpsons for the next five minutes i'm going to party like it's for nineteen ninety nine up who is an indian immigrant who runs a convenience store stereotypical portrayal has been in sensitive issue for years apu a cartoon character voiced by hank azaria a white guy comedian hari kondabolu tackled the controversy in his two thousand seventeen documentary the problem with up who i never heard anyone say they liked to because he exposed the idiocy and bigotry of americans in the struggles of the average immigrant earlier this month this simpson's addressed it something it started decades ago and was applauded offensive is now politically incorrect what can you do according to his area the show could do more i'm perfectly willing and happy to.

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"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of sulfur dioxide gas are being reported near the volcano we get more in all of this now from carter evans in hawaii molten lava and ask you hundreds of feet into the air and onto the streets of the mountainside community near hilo residents under mandatory evacuation tried to outrun the lava flow evacuate every the eruption started after hundreds of small quakes hit the area earlier in the week residents began documenting the growing cracks on the streets in front of their homes has gotten bigger over the last hour a magnitude five earthquake hit on thursday in the volcano began to erupt shortly after lava could be seen bubbling up on the streets in the community of leilani estates twenty five miles east of the volcano it least two houses were on fire and drone footage shows a red line of lava snaking through trees several miles away time lapse video shows the continuous flow of lava deep inside killer residents on the big island are now mean warned about exposure to high levels of sulfur dioxide from the lava aghast that can cause intense coffee in birding throats volcano expert paul davis says the gas occurs during the melting process like you ammonia into all your nose and your breathing area into your throat has five active volcanoes but kill aware has been in a constant state of eruption since one thousand nine hundred eighty three and scientists say there's no way to predict how long this eruption will last the red cross is telling people to prepare to be out of their homes for at least two weeks authorities are warning those in the path of the lava that if they don't evacuate rescuers might not be able to save them jeff carter evans in hawaii carter thanks president trump brought in rudy giuliani to help defend them in the russia investigation but today it was the president who was defending giuliani after he created a problem in another case here's major garrett before leaving for dallas where he delivered a campaign style speech we're fighting back but i love these battles president trump foreshadowed rudy giuliani's retreat when rudy made the statement through these great but really just started had he wasn't totally familiar with every with everything giuliani had to walk back most of the news he made on a recent media blitz as mr trump's personal lawyer specifically related to a one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment to adult film actress stormy daniels.

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"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"carter evans" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the case of an illegal immigrants arrested as for children's screened video of the arrest has been seen more than twelve million times now carter evans reports she has been released no charges perla morale is luna had an emotional reunion with her family two weeks after being arrested the thirty six year old mother was pushed into a waiting suv by plainclothes immigration agents in front of her three young daughters all us citizens they were screaming their mother was taken away to a federal detention center us border patrol said morales luna had been identified as a human smuggling facilitator who recruited drivers to transport illegal aliens and that she had refused to self surrender but she was released without being charged with smugly her case never even went to prosecutors morales luna has no criminal history other than coming to the us illegally at age fifteen in san diego arrests of undocumented immigrants with no criminal record are up five hundred percent over the past two years while arrests of convicted criminals are up only seven percent now perla morale is luna is still facing deportation but at a bond hearing earlier this week a federal immigration judge determined that she is not a flight risk and set her free jeff carter evans in la thanks coming up next on the cbs evening news why are cases of mumps on the rise among young adults who were vaccinated wbz news time seven forty five back to the cbs evening news in a minute right now mike king with the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes where's.

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