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"dave barrett" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"WCBS. Not a bad day. Today affect the heat has gone. Hi, only about seventy this afternoon. With a mix of clouds and sun tonight is cloudy, low fifty eight to sixty four tomorrow's a mix of sudden clouds, and it's humid tomorrow that's back and the high near to upper seventies they say, and then we have a weekend staring at a Saturday chance of a shower or two but otherwise partly sunny with a high seventy four to seventy eight and Sunday, a mix of clouds and sun, high about seven sixty six t Teaneck this morning, sixty two in Yorktown heights, sixty six in Manhattan right now with seventy five percent humidity. And I think I speak for all of us who knew him. We're very sorry to say goodbye to Dave BARRET. CBS news correspondent longtime anchor for the world news roundup late edition. We got the news yesterday. The Dave died after a short illness. Former vice president for CBS News Radio Harvey nuclear David would always come into my office with a big smile on his face or a bottle of wine on a special occasion or something of that nature. And he was just very very caring kinda guy who since. -serily cared about his colleagues and the people that he worked with Dave Barrett. One three. Murrow excuse me, three more awards in a long career that began as a DJ, and you can hear that in days reporting. He loved to play lots of music in his pieces. He was a talk show host. He was a sports reporter, and potted know this. Dave Barrett was a PA announcer for the Houston Astros back in the day. And also for the Bridgeport bluefish of the Atlantic league, David I you always had the Connecticut connection. Don't you? We're neighbors in Connecticut and a couple of times a season. I would go to see the blue fish inevitably. I would run into Dave with his bluefish at he loved that team. He did some announcements in once I see him talking to a guy. He's Paul come on over. I'm talking to you know, this loses a Tommy John Tommy John was a manager for the bluefish. And as you know, we're talking and as I walk away, I can read my lasting memories seeing Dave Barrett. And Tommy John engaged in conversation there in the baseline before the game. We're going to miss the great Dave Barrett. Yeah. He was just sixty three years. Old young guy. Five forty one WCBS news time..
"dave barrett" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Governor of the state describes epic flooding. The worst North Carolina has ever seen. President Trump heard from local and state officials at this Marine Corps air station. The first stop on his daylong tour of north and South Carolina. Mr. Trump, bows, the federal government will be there. One hundred percent of those affected by Florence. He promises. A lot of money for the effort at least five people were injured, including a police officer in a shooting outside a judge's office in Fayette county, Pennsylvania this afternoon. Katy k TV reporter Julie grant is at the scene. We understand that this shooter came in around two o'clock this afternoon and the shooter is dead. The shooter was killed here at the scene. A sources telling us this shooting may have also been relating to an ongoing domestic violence situation. We suffered a big loss today on the CBS news family award winning radio anchor. Dave Barrett has died after a brief illness. Dave barrett. Had a colorful and creative style. Who wants to be jolted out of bed? Excuse me. I'm so sorry. It was the latest in wakeup calls or the annual holiday struggle's making thanksgiving dinner at home. Back there. And stop that Turkey takes Dave had a way of telling a story that kept listeners engaged. CBS news. I'm Dave Barrett. His newscasts were fast paced and bursting with sound people have their cameras away here. Who's an Dave covered space launches major sporting events and lived life to the fullest that he did. Dave Barrett was sixty three years old. On Wall Street today. The Dow was up one hundred fifty eight points, the NASDAQ down sixty s and p gained three this is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. In the basketball organization. It's the top story at four zero three ninety three degrees. I'm Chris.
7 arrested as protesters gather after Confederate monument toppled
"Was to go on a treasure hunt and a high school football game in Rockford comes to a screeching halt. When gun shots are fired outside the stadium WBZ sports and joined the army in the bears, backups beat the Kansas City Chiefs, twenty seven to twenty Lucas g leader on the socks top the Tigers six to one and the cubs beat. The reds on the north side tend to sex AccuWeather says shower or thunderstorm in spots
Trump and Kim in Singapore for historic US-North Korea summit
"Replaced it's what o'clock this is cbs news on the hour sponsored by zoom videoconferencing i'm dave barrett president trump and kim jong own we'll have a handshake in front of reporters in about five hours then get down to business in singapore more from white house correspondent major garrett secretary of state mike pompeo the president's point man spent part of the day with north korean officials laying the groundwork for direct talks between the president and kim pompeo said the us was prepared to offer new security guarantees to the north but offered no specifics under the umbrella of security assurances would that include removing us forces now in south korea we're prepared to take what will be security assurances that are different unique than have been provided that america's been willing to provide previously future of u s forces in south korea lose large over this summit pompeo would not rule out reducing the current twenty three thousand soldier footprint us has in south korea this will be a one day gathering bloomberg says kim jong own set a deadline to end the summit and that led president trump to announce an earlier than expected departure from singapore european union members not pleased with the tariff situation put forward by president trump british prime minister theresa may have trade through competition reduces productivity removes the incentive to innovate and ultimately makes everyone poorer and in response the eu will impose measures cbs alison keys with the us response now on russian interests after some cyber hacking action the sanctions are being imposed on five russian firms and three of their executives this legislation passed last year as well as an executive order mensa punish efforts to hack into us computer systems the sanctions freeze any assets those targeted having us jurisdictions and.
Researchers say they're on the verge of creating a revolutionary, non-addictive painkiller
"One zero six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs could a new painkiller be part of the solution to the growing opioid crisis in this country hey cbs news time one thirty one cbs news update they have posed for photos and in quebec the seven summit leaders at the meeting at a circular table trade key issue president trump had said before leaving dc for the g seven summit we are going to do very well now we're unable to make a deal nafta why the better deal if we are unable to make a deal we will be better off bryant brett bruin is the former director of global engagement at the white house is the start of a long process of a post american era cbs's ouija jiang says leaders don't have a lot of time to discuss things with president trump who's off to singapore tomorrow morning their number one priority is trying to convince him to reconsider and reverse those terrorists that the us administration just imposed on the eu canada and mexico cbs news update i'm dave barrett kcbs news time is one thirty two researchers in massachusetts believe they may be on the brink of creating a revolutionary non addictive painkiller something that could help put a big dent in the growing opioid crisis it's called blue one eighty one and it was developed by researchers at blue therapeutics who've been working for years to create a drug as powerful as opioids but without the dangers cbs is kenneth craik spoke with the team behind it but team at blue therapeutic says it wanted to make a drug that is total replacement for the opioids currently on the market something that people could safely stop using without the possible dangerous side effects not many people know they're addicts until they start using mark lachey sano felt a gratification from painkillers with his very first pill prescribed by a doctor i sports injury it was the beginning of an opioid addiction that consumed his twenties in nearly cost him his life ended up wrapping my my work truck around the telephone pole one night a mobile home from work and that wasn't even enough for me to stay clean mark is now in treatment at saint christopher's in run by ministry.
Kate Spade, renowned fashion designer, dead in suicide, police say
"In her new york city apartment the latest coming up from cbs news this bernie to foyer a ninety four year old elgin woman considers fighting city hall over her oversized anti president trump signed the candidates for illinois governor are back at it again they're running new commercials that take shots at each other states are holding election primaries today in sports cubs host the phillies tonight sox have a doubleheader in minnesota wall street pretty flat day the dow is down twentyfive nasdaq is up twenty three and the sp is up one point fifty eight degrees now at o'hare we hope to burst the sixty degree mark at some point it's two thirty news special report and apparent suicide new york city designer kate spade has died at age fifty five i think this is really such a tragic for the fashion industry for her brand and for her thousands and thousands of fans all around the world is andrew bernstein known as dr fashion her body discovered at her apartment kate spade had recalled years ago i used to be in fashion editor from adam assam magazines so i knew that i wanted to start a business and my husband and i both knew we wanted to start a business and they did in one thousand nine hundred three one night we were just talking about what would it be and he said handbags you laugh handbags use color and creativity and later branched out to make shoes accessories and more tributes from samantha barry editor at glamour magazine bima designers that are gama rhodesians would know instantly by their day either created directors designers and kate spade is one of them cbs news special report i'm dave barrett.
Former Houston Texans cheerleaders call on NFL for fairer wages
"Whether a business could choose to serve customers aclu attorney remar help represent the couple the court reaffirmed along standing principle that dates from civil rights era that giving businesses a right to put up signs saying you're kind not surf here would be deeply stigmatizing cbs news update i'm dave barrett five former houston texans cheerleaders appeared with attorney gloria allred outside nfl headquarters in new york today to deliver a letter to nfl commissioner roger goodell they're asking him to stop what they say is the exploitation and sex discrimination against them and other cheerleaders read read the letter to reporters today dear commissioner goodell cheerleaders are being exploited and mistreated solely because they are women they are paid minimum wage and they are not paid for all of the time that they work cbs news business reporter jason brooks wraps up today on wall street stocks continued to build upon the game started on friday after the may jobs report with investors shrugging off ongoing concerns over a potential trade war the dow rose one hundred seventy eight points to twenty four thousand eight.
Film mogul Weinstein appears handcuffed in court to face rape charges
"One oh six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs proposal to require time on the farm for high school students in california it's eleven thirty one cbs news update former film executive harvey weinstein in court today in new york city he faces sexual assault charges that include rape we intend to move very quickly to dismiss these charges we believe that they are constitutionally flawed and says weinstein's attorney benjamin brachman the weinstein has always maintained that any sexual activity he engaged in was consensual weinstein whose sixty six had difficulty walking into the courtroom handcuffed from behind looking disoriented cbs's matt piper on what's ahead weinstein is back in court july thirtieth he's not allowed to leave the us after surrendering his passport and paying one million dollars bail in fact a judge ruled he could only be in new york or connecticut and has to ask to travel anywhere else a year ago he was among the most powerful men in hollywood now he's wearing a court ordered ankle bracelet cbs news update i'm dave barrett kcbs news time eleven thirty two what pretty fortunate in california with a bounty of fruits and vegetables here but do we really know about the hard work that goes into raising the crops and getting it to your table author and columnist gustavo arianna has an idea to change that and maybe help the people of this state learn to live together a little better he joins us live on the kcbs ring central newsline thanks for the time today so you have a proposal for a new high school requirement oh this makes out are you there all right maybe we have a little trouble with our live we're going to try to get things reconnected.
Puerto Rican National Guard members killed while flying 60-year-old C-130 into retirement
"Ver highly improve new orleans the house criminal justice committee approved senator john malkovich's fifteen week abortion ban bill nine two eight today after it passed with little opposition in the senate the bill mirrors an effort in mississippi that's been halted in federal court it would make it illegal to provide an abortion after fifteen weeks the shreveport democrat says fetuses are alive and deserve a chance in life babies are humans they're just small humans and we have a moral obligation to protect them the measure heads to the house floor now for final passage a cargo plane from the puerto rico air national guard crash near savannah georgia leaving an undetermined number of fatalities cbs news update looking up at around eleven thirty this morning in savannah georgia upside down the national guard aircraft crashed with massive smoke and flames seen on impact cbs's laura podesta the air force confirmed the air national guard plane was on a training mission from puerto rico the aircraft went down at an intersection near the savannah hilton head airport are fatalities but officials are not giving numbers as yet as for the investigation gina bilbo's with the effingham county sheriff's departments could take weeks we have to warn people this could take weeks the power has been cut to the area and we are trying desperately to to bring the power back up but right now until we get everything under control the power will be cut and we're not sure of how many people are impacted former ntsb chair mark rosen kerr will be going in to a great deal of detail in looking for exactly what happened why it happened and then make the changes necessary to prevent it from happening news update i'm dave barrett a mega millions lottery ticket sold on the west bank is worth four million dollars wwl tv lauren bill reports from the brothers food mart location in tarrytown where the ticket was sold and she says that's not the only lucky one sold in the area area around new orleans might be extra lucky this week there was also a ticket that was sold in metric for fifty thousand dollars also this week so if you're playing the lottery make sure you check your numbers and see if you won four million dollars wall street today the dow dropped one hundred seventy four points the.
No Charges Filed in Prince Death Investigation
"The right choice cbs news update prince died almost exactly two years ago outside minneapolis now carver county attorney mark mets says there's no evidence that would lead to criminal charges after prince took counterfeit vicodin the evidence demonstrates that prince thought he was taking vicodin and not that no and that overdose proved to be deadly met says the investigation found there is no reliable evidence showing how prince obtain the counterfeit vicodin laced with that no or who else may have had a role in delivering the counterfeit vicadin into prince popstar was fifty seven when he was found dead on april twenty first twenty sixteen in an elevator at his paisley park compound the fact that criminal charges are not brought certainly does not mean that some person or persons associated with prince did not assist or enable prince in obtaining the counterfeit vicodin after all prince somehow did come into possession to the pills and the pills had to come from some source cbs news update i'm i'm dave barrett you made the right choice talk thirteen seventy.
Massachusetts top court declares stun gun ban unconstitutional
"Passengers whose engine exploded mid flight in just two minutes today thousands of police officers from across the country expected on cape cod this afternoon for the wake of yarmouth police officer sean gannon we'll be telling you more about that as well i though this live update about that southwest flight cbs news special report a southwest airlines jet was en route from new york to dallas there was the sound of an explosion the left engine failed kyw's kim glovas says the plane diverted to philadelphia oxygen masks came down almost immediately the flight did land safely that was flight thirteen eighty it was moved to a remote area of the airport and passengers are now off the plane firefighters and other airport personnel are beginning their investigation into what happened with that engine passenger marty martinez was aboard that explosion critically injured a passenger that was sitting in seventeen years critically injured and taken on a stretcher off the plane martinez says the worst some scary moments after that explosion really like breed sounds like time my best you know greet them but then smoke was coming in through the window one hundred forty three passengers and five crew members were on that southwest flight that has landed safely in philadelphia cbs news special report i'm dave barrett the people of barnstable county in the commonwealth grief one of their finest lost in the line of duty last week they're getting company thousands of police officers from across the country expects it on cape cod this afternoon for the wake of yarmouth police officer sean gannon he was shot to death last thursday's he helped barnstable police serve a warrant in marston mills his funeral will be tomorrow hey stunning turnaround in massachusetts law thanks to the state's high court wbz's carl stevens explain last year the attorney for hey ramirez a man in revere charged with possession of a stun gun went before the state supreme court had made this argument the statute criminalizes the possession of a weapon that was created for the specific purpose of providing nonlethal self defense in case of confrontation which is the core purpose of the second amendment today to yesterday she agreed ruling the law banning civilians from owning stunguns is unconstitutional the court delayed its ruling for sixty days to give lawmakers time to craft a new law with regulations for.
FBI raids Trump lawyer Michael Cohen's office
"The office of michael cohen a personal loyal lawyer and confidante of president trump the latest from cbs news cbs news special report federal agents have carried out a search of michael cohen's office and residence in new york city he's president trump's personal attorney he's the one who paid one hundred thirty thousand dollars to adult film actress stormy daniels who allegedly had an affair with donald trump documents were seized today cbs legal analyst rikki claiming is happening here i assume is that the special counsel's office has looked at the payment by michael said he made the payments he said it was out of his own money to that that particular investigation the special counsel has obviously decided is beyond his purview or just something he doesn't want to deal with ron hascoet cbs news security analyst is a former assistant director of the fbi or some sort of violation of federal election law in the way money was paid to this actress this porn star is there somebody elation of federal election law step two is does muller see as falling within his news special report i'm dave barrett radio for continuing coverage organ donation takes center stage during donate life month justin opens go son tyler was born with.
Arizona sends 225 National Guard troops to Mexico border, more heading soon
"Thank you even three times before using chemical weapons cbs news update i'm dave barrett in other news two hundred and twentyfive members of arizona's national guard are heading to the us mexico border to support president trump's call for troops to fight drug trafficking and illegal immigration more members will be deployed tomorrow the arizona troops were being sent after texas announced on friday it would send two hundred and fifty national guard members president trump says he wants to send two thousand and four thousand members to the border facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is in washington for this week's congressional hearings on privacy concerns about his social network he's meeting behind closed doors with a number of lawmakers this week is aqua says his company was too slow to spot or respond to russian interference in two thousand sixteen us presidential election he's also apologizing for a privacy scandal that allowed third party apps to harvest users personal data without their permission soccer brooks says in an opening statement to be delivered to congressional committees i started facebook i run it and i'm responsible for what happens here he's scheduled to testify tomorrow and wednesday before senate and house oversight committee's the cost of parking here in boston certainly doesn't come cheap.
"dave barrett" Discussed on KCBS All News
"I'm dave barrett we may know the official us response within twenty four to forty eight hours following the reported use of chemical weapons on syrians white house correspondent steven portnoy has details as he contemplates a response to the apparent chemical attack the president says a decision is just hours away and he tells reporters assange benefactor vladimir putin may pay a price everybody's gonna pay a price he will everybody will mr trump called the attack that killed scores and duma atrocious we're talking about humanity and it can't be allowed to happen he meets with top military advisers tonight steven portnoy cbs news the white house facebook ceo mark zuckerberg has talked with lawmakers on capitol hill he has indicated he'll take responsibility for the compromising of data belonging to eighty seven million facebook users today's october met with florida senator bill nelson when he said to me very forthrightly we were lied had to and we should have caught that i believe that but i think in today's world that's not tomorrow mark zuckerberg begins two days of testimony before congress correspondent nancy cortez we know that there are going to be a number of senators and congressmen the next day on wednesday who have very pointed questions for zuckerberg most notably why is it that facebook waited more than two years to inform customers that their data had been harvested in this way today there's a new alert for facebook users to check at the top of their feed it will give you advice about what to do to protect your data going forward florida governor republican rick scott announced his political plans today he will challenge incumbent democrat senator bill nelson when might there be a sit down between president trump and north korea's kim jong own perhaps next month or in june with the focus on the north's nuclear ambitions the bbc's laura bicker has more from seoul this is the first time officials in washington have acknowledged they've been given assurances directly from north korea that kim jong is willing to discuss denuclearization they'd harrison us secondhand from both south korea and china but no it's understood that officials from the us and north korea are in regular contact the global airline rankings are out from tripadvisor business reporter jason brooks southwest has the highest score for us airline it's six place singapore airlines is at the top of the.
Stocks plunge Friday on renewed trade fears
"All news all the time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs an update on the condition of a russian spy and his daughter poisoned by a nerve agent in london have more on facebook ceo mark zuckerberg disappearing messages big losses on wall street among fears of a trade war with china good afternoon i'm rebecca chorale kcbs news time twelve thirty one and now we get the latest from cbs news cbs news special report stocks have dropped sharply this afternoon the dow's down six eighty eight nasdaq minus one seventy seven ninety nine percent traderelated market analysts are cash explained the rolled out a one hundred billion dollars in services or goods that might be subject to tariffs and put pressure on the market white house economic adviser larry cudlow said with regards to tariffs on chinese goods we're not running a tray trade war if you read this thing you'll see this is just a proposed idea and cnbc treasury secretary steve mnuchin says there's still time to talk with china about all this right now we have initiated a plan the tariffs will take some period of time to go into fact they'll be public comments so while were in the period before the terrorist go on we'll continue to have discussions but there there is the potential of a trade work cbs news special report i'm dave barrett kcbs news time twelve thirty two the daughter of a former russian double agent poisoned in england says she's growing stronger every day british police released a statement yesterday from sergei sweep aisles daughter yulia it's her first public comments and cheater father was sick and by nerve agent russia denies any involvement in.
Ford Escape safety rating "poor" for new crash tests
"This is cbs news on the hour presented by zoom videoconferencing dave barrett could be us troops heading to the mexican border department of homeland security secretary kirsten nielsen president has directed that the department of defense and the department of homeland security work together with our governors to deploy the national guard to our southwest border to assist the border patrol the president will be signing a proclamation to that effect today some of those national guard troops might go to the border as early as tonight the data culling by cambridge analytica affected millions more us facebook users than originally announced as a result says cbs gary nunn baseball says it's making nine key changes to better protect users information among the changes facebook's making it more difficult for third parties to get personal information on pages groups or events the company also is removing the option to search for users simply by entering a phone number or email address facebook says information about two eighty seven million users not fifty million as previously believed may have been given out improperly tariffs imposed by china could affect us exports of soybeans cars and aircraft sarah sanders said the white house briefing this afternoon asked about the impact on the stock markets is the president concerned presents worried that we have countries that have been taking advantage of us for decades and that he's not going to allow that to happen we may have a little bit of shortterm pain but we're certainly going to have long term success and we're focused on longterm economic economic principles remembered says today in memphis fifty years to the day since the assassination of dr martin luther king junior cbs special correspondent james brown is in memphis one leader there says the goal of equality remains only partially achieved the president of the national civil rights museum terry friedman says despite the progress we've seen over the last fifty years following king's death there is still work to be done issues persist that dr cohn came to memphis to focus on and in fact in some ways have gotten worse small suv crash tests are out the insurance institute for highway safety is becky muehler says the mitsubishi outlander the bmw x one plus the jeep compass chevy equinox and gmc terrain got good ratings but the ford escape did not in a real world crash an occupant inside might have a right leg injury chinese base crime groups sent money to the us.
Trump lawyer floated idea of presidential pardons for Manafort and Flynn
"Upon kcbs i'm doug sovereign in berkeley where a baby boy washes up on the waterfront four people have been critically injured in a hidden run crash this morning in san francisco and the new york times reports president trump's attorney has discussed pardons with lawyers for former national security adviser michael flynn and former trump campaign chairman paul manafort i'm rebecca parral what's happening and why kcbs am fm and hd one san francisco oakland san jose it's twelve o'clock cbs news on the hour presented by theraworx relief i'm dave barrett might president trump be thinking pardoning former national security adviser michael flynn and former trump campaign manager paul manafort new york times is reporting there have been discussions and says cbs's jurica dunkin spoke to a number of sources to confirm what they are saying is pardons being offered essentially to two major players in this investigation into russia's involvement in our election possible collusion and in this case when you're talking about the president's team offering apartments now you're getting into obstruction of justice has the white house briefing this afternoon spokeswoman sarah sanders tycom is the person that would be most directly involved in this and he's got a statement on the record saying that there's no discussion and there's no consideration of those at this time of the white house story daniels legal team following a motion in california in federal court seeking a deposition from president trump and his attorney michael cohen daniels lawyer michael avenue ati was on cbs this morning we want to know the truth about what the president knew when he knew it and what he did about trump's attorney michael cohen paid daniels one hundred thirty thousand dollars to stay silent after she allegedly had an affair with donald trump twelve years ago president trump has tweeted there's a good chance that north korea's leader kim jong un will do what's right for his country georgetown university professor matthew chronic says with the president set to meet kim this spring likely in may the trump administration is committed to keeping the economic pressure on until north korea denuclearize is by my thank kim jong un is going to want concessions early on and so that will be a sticking point in the negotiations there's.
Family died from gas leak - World News
"And why kcbs am fm and hd one san francisco oakland san jose it's two o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by theraworx relief i'm dave barrett roughly twenty nations including the us have responded to that nerve agent poisoning that russia was allegedly behind sixty russian diplomats will be expelled from this country at the un cbs kenneth cragg the expulsions followed the nerve agent attack on former russian spicier gay scruple and his daughter in england earlier this month the poisoning in the uk that that has kind of led to today's announcement was very brazen action the us is also closing the russian consulate in seattle which is close to a us naval base russia denies being behind the poisoning and calls the dismissals an unfriendly act stormy daniels is now suing trump attorney michael cohen for defamation that follows last night sit down on cbs is sixty minutes daniels who alleges the two thousand six affair with donald trump said later in two thousand eleven in las vegas she was told to leave trump alone forget the story today's white house briefing spokesman raj shah denied the accusations that she made last night and it has been consistent in doing so she is not linda brown has died in topeka kansas age seventy six as a girl brown was the focus of the nineteen fifty four supreme court decision brown versus board of education that led to an end to school segregation in this country in sacramento twentythreeyearold stefan clark was shot dead as police saw him in his grandmother's backyard while they searched for a car vandalism suspect brown held a cellphone his hand and cops thought it was a weapon alice huffman is with the n double acp we are calling for justice police reform and healing we noticed city has come a long way at least reformed and we applaud them for the efforts but it is clear that those reforms did not spare the life of stefan clock he was shot twenty times what to do about a data compromise that affected millions of facebook users cbs's alison keys facebook says it is reviewing the invitation to appear before the senate judiciary committee the social media network has facing defections from advertisers including the.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's official wedding invitations are in the mail
"All news all the time news traffic and weather for the bay area all news one zero six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs president trump signs at one point three trillion dollar spending plan bill into law after threatening to veto it the impact the legislation will have on salaries of minor league baseball players toys r us sales starts today their final sale we'll have that story for you and speculation continues on who has and has not been invited to the royal wedding in may good afternoon in four rebecca crowd today i'm kim foster also watching the dow dropped more than four hundred points posting its worst week since january of two thousand sixteen i will never sign another bill like this again i'm not gonna do it again but president trump did sign the one point three trillion dollar package that keeps the government spending and operating till the end of september while we're very disappointed in the one point three trillion nobody more disappointed than me because the number so large we'll start coming down we had no choice but to fund our military has package also has one point six billion dollars earmarked for construction of new sections of the border wall and replace older sections that's less than the twenty five billion requested by the trump administration is white house correspondent major garrett the fact is the white house was a key and persistent negotiator in every detail this bill the president may say he's disappointed but it reflects the exact negotiating position his white house took with the republican led congress to put this bill together cbs news update i'm dave barrett kcbs news time one thirty two as newswatch continues prince harry and meghan markle are visiting northern ireland as part of their first official joint visit to the province this comes a day after kensington palace announced the official wedding invitations are in the mail fifty six days but who's counting well we're counting obviously for those who have been invited just receiving that golden ticket will be an event in itself the gilded invites are printed in american inc on english paper in keeping with the transatlantic spirit of their union handmade by the delightfully named apprentice laudi small keeping my man anything else she says but secrets remain who may be on that list and.
"This can be a very mean-spirited town," Tillerson says in farewell speech that doesn't mention Trump
"In the low forties traffic and weather together coming up good afternoon i'm rod fritz wbz news president donald trump signed an order today that paves the way for imposing tariffs on as much as sixty billion dollars worth of chinese imports to punish beijing for what he said is the theft of american technology and the chinese pressure on us companies to hand it over china has already warned that it will take all necessary measures to defend itself raising the prospect of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies more reaction and the latest from cbs news update announcing the us will impose fifty billion dollars in tariffs against china president trump said a short time ago at the white house doing things for this country that should have been done for many many years we've had this abuse by many other countries mr trump explained the word that i wanna use this reciprocal when they charge twenty five percent for a car to go in and we charge two percent for their car to come into the united states that's not good he said these tariffs are response to china's theft of us technology business analyst jill schlesinger in retaliation it looks like the chinese government is set to really target some big us manufacturers of food specifically the chinese could impose tariffs on everything from soybeans to corn and that a very big export product for the us cbs news update i'm dave barrett more on this and reaction throughout the afternoon here on wbz meanwhile the house in washington is okay day one point three trillion dollars spending bill it will go onto the senate now defense was the big winner in this latest effort to keep the government open one of the greatest priorities here was to rebuild the military and this bill will provide the largest year every year increase in defense spending since world war two it'll be the largest increase for men and women in uniform in salary in the last ten years that's white house legislative affairs director marc short and moments ago former secretary of state rex tillerson bid farewell to state department employees in a brief speech tillerson credited employees for their commitment to their job and country and ask them for one thing in his absence thing i'd like to ask that of you undertake to ensure one act of kindness each day towards another person this can be a very mean spirited town.
Austin bomber identified as Mark Anthony Conditt
"Weather for the bay area all news one six nine am seven forty kcbs coming up on kcbs we will delve into the world of analytics why the golden state warriors are winning the numbers game and the austin bombing suspect is dead after blowing himself up during a police confrontation good morning four rebecca corral i'm kim foster kcbs news time ten thirty one cbs news update three year old mark conduct blew himself up early today in round rock texas as he was being pursued by cops is suspected austin bomber police chief brian manley this is the culmination of three very long weeks for our community this month two people died four were wounded and four austin bombings in one warren san antonio cbs's omar villafranca says though condit's dead officers are basically telling people to stay vigilant because they do not know where this person was in the last twenty four hours and they don't know if they might have actually sent anymore more bombs into the delivery service another thing that they're concerned about they don't know if this person was working along bs new security analyst paul viola on what might have pushed conduct to place bombs in several neighborhoods looks like his issue was with the area the geographic area and that could mean maybe he's a former employee it'd be had an ax to grind maybe a lawsuit prime in the past conduct was unemployed a college dropout with not much of an online trail cbs news update i'm dave barrett kcbs news time ten thirty two as newswatch continues analytics will tell you the mid range shot is the worst shot you can take in basketball this as the nba's become obsessed with the three point shooter the warriors have started to head in the other direction though the golden state warriors the wall street journal is reporting that the warriors are getting more value from the mid range game than any other team in twenty years ben cohen has wrote about it for the wall street journal he joins us live on the kcbs ring central newsline thanks so much for joining us this morning thanks for having me interesting article the mid range shot you say is the red headed stepchild basketball but yet the warriors are sort of rocking it.
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"I'm dave barrett political interference from the russians alleged by the special counsel thirteen russians indicted three companies as well the defendants allegedly conducted what they called information warfare against the united states deputy attorney general rod rosenstein how they do it the defendants posed as politically and socially active americans advocating four and against particular kennett more from cbs's steven portnoy in addition to buying online ads in the names of real americans whose identities were stolen federal prosecutors say russian operatives organized pro trump rallies in new york and florida then after the election the indictment says they promoted anti trump rallies as well the justice department says that's evidence russians were most interested in destabilising american politics tweeting today president trump said the indictments of the russians prove there was no collusion involving his campaign did the fbi miss significant signs that there could be a school shooter plotting an attack in south florida someone phoned in a tip but no follow up was made i'm peter king the tip had specific information about crews his weapons a social media component about posts that were erratic and threatening and there were also possible threats of a school shooting the fbi is specifically looking at the operator who took the call and the supervisor to find out why that information never got to the miami off at a news briefing a short time ago fbi special agent robert lasky behalf of myself and over one thousand employees of the miami field office we truly regret in additional pay that this has caused attorney general jeff sessions wants a review of procedures that the fbi and the justice department florida governor rick scott says fbi director christopher racean resign broward county sheriff's scotty israel says over the past few years his office had received about twenty phone calls about the alleged shooter nicholas crews and there's word that the school building where the attack occurred will be torn down abuse allegations caused the.
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"Two cbs news update as he proclaimed monday the birthday of dr martin luther king junior a federal holiday and urged americans to perform community service president trump did not respond to reporters questions regarding vulgar words you spoke a day ago during an immigration meeting illinois democrat senator dick durban was at that meeting and said the president spoke to risk simply about those from africa in haiti that's what the news is all the comments calling the nation's they come from coach were used by the president about not just once for repeated arkansas republican tom cotton and georgia republican david purdue to ivy senators at that meeting say in a statement we do not recall the president saying these comments facific lay civil rights leader jesse jackson spoke out against mr trump's remarks when they pattern we of emotion mother cbs news update i'm dave barrett this is riverfront broadcasting news on today is casey cr water tome police say in a raft has been made in a deadly shooting early this morning police sergeant troy van dusen explains what happen watertown police in paramedics were dispatched took a six hundred block of first avenue northwest here in watertown after they received a nine one one call from a male who advises that his we'll may have been shot um officers are why have made contact with the third year old caller outside the residence they then went inside the residence and discover a thirty year old male who had sustained a fatal gunshot wounds that had then the news and says the man who called police about the shooting was detained an interview he's now being charged in the roommate's death as a result of this investigation we have now arrested and charged donald vincent hereon h thirty of watertown with first degree man slaughter and also reckless discharge book firearm the victim in this case has been identified as 30yearold chef games murray of watertown those were the two individuals that were uh uh alone in the house play themselves there's nobody else present at the time of the shooting here and is being held in the counting county detention centre on any one hundred thousand dollar cancel only bond than do's and says both here and in murray lived at the residence where the shooting occurred.
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"More than twenty people have died and hundreds more have been arrested in the antigovernment demonstration let's see people want peace but are cheaper goods what they want is more jobs forty percent of the people who graduate from college in iran don't have jobs your insurance yanni is an extra down here he's with the ploughshares fund and as for these demonstrations that going directly at the leadership you know they're tearing down signs of the supreme leader there there are tearing down signs of the president correspondent elizabeth palmer says the protests have expanded and have spread quickly in iran certainly the economy was set of astounding gripe bacilli and it continues to be what the demonstrators chat form is seen it more into an anti religious rule to some extent by young people cbs news update i'm dave barrett this is riverfront broadcasting news on today is casey cr recordsetting cold weather continued to blink shelf dakotas the new year is national weather service says amply over it here set or tied record cold temperatures for the date monday the mercury plummeted to minus twenty and pierre minus thirty in mowbray agent minus 32 and aberdeen aberdeen's previous low record temperature for new year's day had stood for ninety nine years several south dakota cities also set cold weather records over the weekend when joel reports around the state early monday were in the minus 30s to minus 50s.
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"Cbs news update more than 25000 people evacuated in southern california is ventura county with santa anna windsor over sixty miles per hour fanned wildfires fire chief matt lorenza brent fires is now is about forty five thousand acres and at least one hundred fifty structures loss i'm chris martinez in monterey california at least one thousand firefighters are here right now and more on the way more than eight thousand people evacuated from their homes at this point simply no idea a win they will be allowed back and also in ventura cbs's jamie yuccas sire euro prepunk complained it growing vitam minute there are flames everywhere i broke out one the their planes on both sides if i could feel the heat coming off and as he got closer there were even cars on the three on fire on the northern edge valet us smaller wildfire about six square miles in sized force people and sylamore and lakeview terrorists to evacuate cbs news update i'm dave barrett i'm chris ingram with the latest from news radio one or two point nine karn since the new york times published an article about white house shakeups rumors have swirled that tom cotton could be tapped to be the new cia director earlier on first news with kevin miller ask the senator about it tom cotton referenced president donald trump the that was fake news on friday afternoon so why has that story been circulating so wild so widely washington parlor game where my love to talk about what's happening in washington with personnel and if they don't know anything especially especially when they don't that when he thanked kevin miller also ask defeat accept the position if it were offered to him senator cotton deflected again going on record saying i'm very happy serving the people arkansas and the.
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"I'm russ mcnamara needs the top stories president trump hitting back at republican critics painting them as out lives and what's otherwise a love fest between him and republican lawmakers cbs news is next debate not in detroit mayor mike duggan a challenger cullman younger second will go headtohead first raided a hamtramck business today of or possible election fraud ours our hoover level lab reports brian woolly will be along it 515 for sports justin verleger pitching in the world series deny nine fifty it's five o'clock cbs news i'm dave barrett the president's sizes up his republicans support and responds to one of his critics here's white house correspondent stephen portnoy despite jeff flakes criticism president trump says gop senators gave him a standing ovation at their capitol hill lunch yesterday there was tremendous unity of and as for flake he's done terribly for the great people of arizona a state that likes donald trump very much but what afflicts criticism that mr trump is degrading politics the president says he's been cast as uncivil by the press i was a student i did very well i'm a very intelligent person he argues it's always okay to counterpunch steven portnoy cbs news the white house say two of the sentencing hearing for bo bergdolmo hearing that could go on for several days on chipped for civil at fort bragg north carolina military prosecutors have been presenting testimony from service members who were wounded during their 2009 search for army sergeant perked all they're making the case that he endangered the lives of comrades when he fled his post at that he deserves the maximum sentence of life in prison if you have an issue with a credit card company or a bank new legislation means you must go through arbitration his business analyst jill schlesinger it doesn't mean that you can't get relief it's just a you must go through the arbitration process there is a process that is in place the arbitration could finding your favor it's just that the court system is not where you're gonna find that still a search and seminal heights in tampa were three murders of occurred in recent weeks mayor bob but corn we have been as you know saturating this neighborhood for the last ten days with bodies with men and women both in uniform as well as undercover not sure if they're chasing a serial killer two of the victims were killed as they tried to board a bus.
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"This is the cbs world news round late addition i'm dave barrett after families have fallen us service members were phoned by president trump there was controversy when a member of congress criticised him for a conversation she overheard today more talk at the white house steven portnoy says a top administration official had his say stuns me in the briefing room for twenty minutes the president's chief of staff at least his anger over the controversy if you elect a call a family like this is about the most difficult than you could imagine retired general john kelly lost his own sauna marine in 2010 revealed that president trump asked him for advice on how best to express his condolences kelly mentioned he hadn't received a call from barack obama they'll lose just to simply say i don't believe the obama called kelly said he was stunned and brokenhearted that the president's efforts to consolo widow have become controversial i thought at least that with safer steven portnoy cbs news the white house out a retired army colonel jeff macaws linda cbs military consultants their clearer threestorey here watercourses is ongoing discussion of what the president said or didn't say about that particular worries that eu's and speaking of this one frail secondstorey course shootout it's all about politicized while there was water congress when above the pros himself a thirdstorey which now make it more attention it how he sold at were in fact kill what went on a nuclear war widows soldiers air war really ambushed why they didn't have adequate security he did not speak unimpeded at the un the first to florida when white nationalist richard spencer took the stage you heard this as hundreds of protestors tried to drown out spencer.
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"Cbs news i'm dave barrett a worker with a long criminal record is the focus of a search after shootings today in maryland in delaware cbs's bill raikov has the latest on suspect grid deal a d prints authorities in maryland say prince open fire on coworkers at a granted warehouse about fifteen miles northeast baltimore this morning killing three and critically wounding two others police say the prince then drove north and shot a person at a used car lot in wilmington delaware the police chief there robert tracy says the victim survived who was able to identify prince person shot six people one day three dead right now this is a person with no conscience this is not a person be protected lycee prints new all of his victims but it's not known where he is now dave controversy over condolences president trump did speak with the family of a fallen soldier who was one of four ambushed in these air democratic florida congresswoman frederico wilson says in trump told the widow of sergeant let david johnson he quote knew what he signed up for the core mr trump denies he said that seeing he has proof white house press secretary sarah sanders i think it is appalling now what the congress long and has done in a way that she's politicize this issue steve dorsey cbs news washington some frosty exchanges today as attorney general jeff sessions went before the senate judiciary can medi vermont's patrick lay he probing into russian election meddling asked session as you on no every day review vice versa comes with a new way shape or the answer is now following all the sideline pregame protests and a meeting that had included players in league officials the nfl is not changing its national anthem policy players will not be required to stand even though commissioner roger goodell would prefer that they do we want our players to stand we're going to continue to encourage them to stand but it will not be required nfl policy currently says players should stand it does not say they must stand on the nfl network adel may clear the league does not want to get involved in politics steve futterman cbs news in northern california forty two people have died from all the wildfire here's incident commander brent gervais veil says overall we have stopped the forward progress and movement of all these fires we have line around and the.
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"Cbs news i'm dave barrett might there'd be movement on limiting what some weapons can do the white house says following the las vegas mass shootings the issue of bumps stocks should be brought up members of congress on both sides of the aisle of also said they should be discussed in today the national right full association has commented a statement from the nra blames the obama administration for approving the sale of bumps stocks in similar devices and now wants the atf to see of those devices comply with federal law the nra says those devices that allow semiautomatic weapons to function is fully automatic rifles should come under additional regulations in that same statement the nra says congress should pass national right to carry reciprocity laws in order for americans to better defend themselves they'll rakaat cbs news washington in las vegas correspondent steve futterman on the aftermath of the shooting law enforcement officials here are trying to determine if stephen pettit considered similar attacks of other music gatherings before last sunday's violent rampage officials have determined that the week before the attack pedak booked a room with a condominium overlooking a different music festival here in las vegas there are also reports now that paddock booked a room in july in chicago at a hotel overlooking the site of the lulla palooza music fest evil transgendered workers do not have federal protection from discrimination so says attorney general jeff sessions in a memo out today cbs news senior legal analyst andrew cohen whatever the politics of the move the feds are within their legal authority to make the switch back to essentially reverse the policy put in place by the obama administration and this policy the new and we'll continue in force in lasted until a federal court and perhaps even the.
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"Burglar windows on the thirty second floor of the mandalay bay hotel were broken out volleys of gunfire erupted country music fans were at an open air event down below and shooter steven paddock fired for about ten minutes when police broke into his room was dead from a selfinflicted gunshot wound jeff gays says there is this claiming responsibility for this even though there is no no shred of evidence of isis involvement at this time paddocks brother eric asked where the hell did he get automatic weapon president trump observed a moment of silence today at the white house wednesday we'll be going to las vegas said it's very sad moment for me for everybody cbs news special report i'm dave barrett the head of boston police says that something like this points out a big hole a gaping hole insecurity planning boston police commissioner william evans whose overseeing security it's so many largescale events in the city says there's no specific concerned about boston after the lone wolf shooting in vegas but he says the tragedy really underscores the threat of highpowered weapons army retain more and more young kids in our history with automatic gunfire handgun then dumped on these riper than that they can do is alarming you said there will be increased police presence at large events in the future but he adds that police give be everywhere that's why they urged the public to stay alert if you see something suspicious goldline one on would girl stevens wbz newsradio 1030 acid jesus governor charlie baker says he reached out today to nevada governor briancon of all to offer any help wanted were needed from the commonwealth on them to basically tell him the um i was devastated by what happened in the i just want to let them know if there's anything we could do here to help him we would do it and boston mayor marty walsh tweeted today our hearts break for the victims and loved ones of those in las vegas boston's thoughts and prayers are with you and.
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"Kiro fm tacoma see president trump clarifying his take on the virginia violence not all of those people were neonazis if mr trump cuts payments to insurance companies what may happen to healthcare next year there will be increasing numbers of people that do not have insurance company this is the cbs world news round up late addition i'm dave barrett some forceful words from the president this afternoon as he sparred with the media and reviewed the violent confrontations last weekend in charlottesville virginia white house correspondent stephen portnoy has the details i think is blame on both sides and i have no doubt about it you don't have any doubt about it either putting any lingering doubts to rest president trump expressed his view that counterprotesters were just as much to blame for last weekend's deadly violence in charlottesville virginia as the white supremacists who marched on that city you had a group on one side there was bad and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent and nobody wants to say that but i'll say it right now from the law be of trump tower the president spent fifteen minutes taking reporters questions on the matter he said those who want to see confederate statutes removed from the public square wanted to change american history and american culture i wonder is it george washington next week and is the thomas jefferson the week after responding to the remarkable exchange with reporters former kkk later david duke tweets thank you president trump for your honesty and courage to tell the truth about charlottesville and condemn the leftist terrorists steven portnoy cbs news the white house after today's remarks from the president steven goldstein spoke up he's with the an francs center for mutual respect air or two sides one was good good and one was evil there were not two side that were equal the pressure is a theme in equalizing boat size strong response to the president's comments today from abraham foxman who runs the centre for the.
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"Dr michael source for news weather and sports this is casey see our pierre cbs news special report presidential soninlaw jared kushner is completed his closeddoor are testimony to senate staffers and has now been reporters did not collude with russia nor do i know of anyone else in the campaign who did so kushner senior advisor to the president said after the meeting with the senate intelligence committee which lasted nearly three hours record in document since i have provoked voluntarily provided will show that all of my actions were proper and occurred in the normal course of events of a very unique campaign as the committee and others continue to probe russian election meddling kushner said last year donald trump had a better message and ran a smarter campaign and that is is why he won suggesting otherwise ridicules those who voted for him exiting the senate a protester tried to get kushner this sign is russian flag but police stopped that effort cbs news special report i'm dave barrett i'm rv apartment if i got ever capital park gallic hazardous materials removal worker we have all got clerk shorter part time mind our our accounting manicure if he could fix our nearly environmental supervisor our antiaircraft pair professional learning country rather 93 in our school fruit perfect her heavily three in our secretary twenty three thousand dollars yearly heart attendance and creator from and part time prompt our our fairgrounds panic airman or corker fifty five forty highpowered kerley local truck driver with crack out there alec our with four our final ongoing construction controlling factoring of thirty to forty seven thousand our fairly for information about fees and other cabinet for care off at that when referee uri online at got art our call seven three three three seven.
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"A vacation why haven't got the money half of them say and you're in a household earning fifty grander last this is about a fifty percent chance that you'll keep working through the summer now many of us will go and then there's the definition of taking time off host disgusting thing i've ever seen guided beach themes is they are real more than four out of ten respondents said it's just not a case in the so they say if you're going off to visit family i'm dave barrett cbs news shiny is tackling the american game of football and they're hoping to square profit i'm brian banmiller on business gsd sport is a company based in beijing it's working to promote american football in a country the tends to favour basketball in soccer the companies where he to attract clearance that might be seeking a different kind of game for their children to learn so it started a sixteen team future league it welcomed spoke boys and girls right now one of the best players in the league is a nineyearold girl named lisa the place running back in linebacker her father assistance plane the game leases become more confident brave lease along with the rest of the league face off on friday night's in games complete with uniform referees cheering fans and a camera crew china's interested footballs also come to the tension of the national football league which season of attention when a country of one point four billion people the league says more than million fans watch nfl games on digital platforms majan if they paid for it brian banned miller cbs news.
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"On a wanted to alarming in very very disturbing no arrests announced yes k h t v television reporter winnie rights as little rock has been plagued by violence in many people are simply scared baron about doubt crop i on on the la week and a half or grow and grow on a lot people have been crew violent alerts just call after called and beilin letter what police have according sort out there question brought of grip elif issue a report private building security issue the mayor of little rock says the club where the shooting happened will be shut down cbs news update i'm sam litzinger hey this i'm dave barrett on the observation deck are you an idea person like to come up with innovations but sometimes ideas just don't work out failure is not an aussie actually in helsingborg sweden failure is the whole idea that's where this is opening by name and samuel less than i have in the character of the museum of failure about sixty objects will be displayed to show products that didn't pan out there's harley davidson perfume this didn't go well with the macho crowd it with a total flopped there are ballpoint pens called vic for her of course women cadres pens from now big failure dr west is an organisational psychologist innovation requires failure thoroughfare defame here than we can't entity the museum of failure is asking for ideas from failures of products around the world they hope that that will be a success i'm dave barrett cbs news today clouds and sunshine with a thunderstorm around a cami strong later i eighty six tonight partly cloudy an image with a thunder from its spots this evening followed by a heavy thunderstorm late low seventy one a mix of clouds and sun on sunday with a couple of showers and thunderstorms humid again i 80s seven monday sunny to partly cloudy and emitted correct a high of ninety one tuesday humid with clouds and sunshine i ninety three i'm accuweather smartphone basically runs.
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"New i'm dave barrett lacolle here and order bush the senate intelligence committee is in session the focus was attorney general jeff sessions who appears now with a dark sudan red tie general sessions this venue is your opportunity to separate fact from fiction that's committee chairman richard boroughs says they wanna know what roll with any did you play in the removal of then fbi director colmey jeff sessions has been sworn nannies making his opening remark i appreciate the committee's critically important efforts to investigate russian interference without democratic processes such interference can never be tolerate right it overseas american student otto warm beer was imprisoned by north korea in january of last year for alleged antistate actions he was sentenced to fifteen years hard labor now warm beer has been released may have been in a coma at the time brookings institutions korea expert jonathan pollack seems to be in a very bad medical state there been op usefully efforts over a period of time to to get him released the north koreans have been remarkably uncooperative about all of it several other americans are being held by the north koreans pollick says it's not clear if there's action being taken to secure their release stateside to georgia prison guards overpowered and killed by two convicts were being transported on a bus in the central part of georgia howard sills is the sheriff in putnam county my biggest wars that gonna kill somebody else that's my biggest war day to the bill cosby sexual assault trial deliberations on that piper norristown pennsylvania deliberations continue this afternoon after jurors had asked three times for guidance from the judge for a second time jurors asked.