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Rescued hiker dies in Seattle emergency room, is revived after heart stops for 45 minutes
"It seems a little bit of an exaggeration. But it's hard to think of another way to describe the case of hiker named Michael knew Penske, who was found unconscious on Washington State's Mt. Rainier after getting caught And some freezing rain. CBS news correspondent David Beg known, tells us what happened next. A Navy helicopter airlifted him to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where his heart stopped CPR was performed on him for 45 minutes as doctors hooked him up to an ECMO machine, which temporarily takes over heart lung function. He usually when people are this sick, it's not reversible. After two days of trying to get a reaction from him, nurse Whitney Holland called out to Michel. He opened his eyes and I said, Michael, are you With me any like turned and looked at me and not at his head like Of course I'm with you. Why would you ask that question and give me a big smile, Michael. What do you think it listening to this? I love all of it, And he also says he still wants to go hiking again after he gets stronger. TNT, double A, says planes told the entire
Trump adviser floats possible lockdown to check COVID-19
"Osterholm, a member of President elect Biden's covert 19 task force, is recommending a nationwide lockdown and we could lock down for 4 to 6 weeks. And if we did, that we could drive the numbers down like they've done in Asia, like they did in New Zealand and Australia. Some people are just not getting the message or they're ignoring it. What is being described as the nation's largest indoor water park opened up near Austin, Texas. Meanwhile, the first cruise ship to sail in the Caribbean since March, is now docked in Barbados because a passenger tested positive for covert 19. Other passengers must remain in their cabins. David Beg No with CBS News, also in the
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"The election battle continues, as the president alleges claims of voter fraud. The Trump campaign on Thursday asked federal court judge sister a temporary order to keep Pennsylvania from certifying selection results less than a week before the state's required to do so. The campaign says the measures necessary to allow the court time to ruin a range of allegations of voting irregularities that the campaign was unable to properly monitor vote coming in the state. But lawyers for Pennsylvania's top elections official said the lawsuit lacks standing and that its claims rely on quote multiple leaps of logic that was CBS. Zachary, who attack Supporters of Mr Trump are expected in D. C this weekend More from CBS News chief Justice of Homeland Security correspondent Jeff the Gays in the nation's capital. Law enforcement is preparing for this weekend's playing million Maga. March. Promoters say millions of Trump supporters will be marching in the city. The proud boys are among the groups expected on Saturday. But D C officials say that their current intelligence suggests the plane gathering will not be that large as the number of coronavirus cases surge. Residents in Chicago are being advised to head into quarantine and being told to stay at home. CBS News correspondent David Beg now reported nation's third largest city is taking drastic measures to try and stop the surge. Chicago's mayor is telling residents stay at home for the next 30 days starting on Monday. And while this is tough, of course, this whole year has been tough. We must tell you You must cancel the normal Thanksgiving plans. All of this comes is the governor of Illinois says he may impose a stay at home order statewide.
U.S. shatters single-day record for new COVID-19 cases
"Has set yet another single day Corona virus record With more than 136,000 new infections. Hospitalizations have hit an all time high correspondent David Beg. No is in Toledo. The governor is expected to address all high ones tonight in a prime time address to remind you what's at stake. Things are going in the wrong direction here yesterday, Ohio set a record In terms of hospitalizations and more new covert cases than any other day in this pandemic. I'm
Biden pledges to work for unity and combat the coronavirus in victory speech
"In their victory speeches, President elect Biden and Vice President elect Kamala Harris vowed to be aggressive about the pandemic. CBS correspondent David Beg No reports from Times Square in Manhattan where people celebrated all day into the night. The loudest applause we heard during Joe Biden speech was when he announced that he was going to form a covert task force and the people couldn't hear him. They were literally reading his words and the closed captioning on the screen, reading his lips and they erupted in applause. Biden says he will announce that 12 Person Corona Virus task Force
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"Ly 24 hour local news and Traffic station. Next th HD to Los Angeles Canyon Next 10 70 NewsRadio depend on us. Coming up top local story Dodgers being advised to quarantine for the next couple of weeks, but will they tell a smart trying to reassure voters about security for the election and the warning about Halloween? Those stories plus traffic for 10 minutes on the fives in just three minutes after CVS covers the world. It's eight o'clock If CBS News on the hour presented by Capital one bank I'm Steve Cave, and it was a summer to remember for the US economy a sharp bounce back after the staggering downslide unleashed by the pandemic. It was the strongest quarter since World War two. The previous record was in the first quarter of 19 fifties, CBS News Business analyst Dill Schlessinger says the government pegs growth at a 33.1% annual rate. Although the news is welcome relief economists warned that the fourth quarter the one wearing already has already started to show signs of slow. In a separate report, the government says first time claims for jobless benefits were down last week. 2 751,000 It all comes against the backdrop of a persistent pandemic, hospitalized for use with covert patients are at or near capacity in many places in the upper Midwest. CBS's David Beg No, says health officials are sounding an alarm. I spoke to a doctor here in a hospital in ST Paul, who treats Kobe patients in the ICU, he said. David I don't know what else to do to get through to people who don't believe the virus is really when people are diagnosed with cancer, and they don't believe.
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"The north. A surgeon covert cases is taking a heavy toll in the Midwest. CBS's David Beg No is in ST Paul doctor whom says his hospital is seeing more than 100 Corona virus patients every day. It is difficult to Realize that somebody who doesn't believe in it is putting other people at risk. The pandemic is pushing restaurant owners like Patty Weyland to make tough choices. He will close the dark horse bar and eatery in state pole until the spring. I can't fight something that's invisible. Police in the south of France say. A man with a knife yelled Allahu Akhbar, before he stabbed three people to death at a church in Nice. Correspondent Elaine Cop has details from Paris. The streets around the church where the attack took place were crowded with people on their way to work or doing last minute shopping before the Corona virus lock down tonight. The suspect fled the scene but was shot and detained by police doubt. Futures now up three S and P futures. Are ahead eight opening bell less than a half an hour away. This is CBS News. These days, better nutrition and stronger immunity are essential. That's why England's best gives you and your family more so we can all be at our very best on ly glands Best. I know. Three Thursday morning, October 29 54 degrees on a rainy day going into the sixties in some areas today..
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"David Beg No, no Paso near the border. They're back on. Lock down Paso accounts for 20% off all the corona virus cases in the state of Texas. Right now, pandemic has put jury trials on hold around the country, but now they've resumed in New York City here. CBS is Elaine Cobb. Jurors will wear masks. It's several feet apart, and there will be plexiglass barriers in the courtroom. As criminal trials resume at many courthouses, their temperature will also be taken as they arrive. Trials will be limited to one or two per day to reduce the chance of infection. The president has bragged about the stock market's bullish recovery from the pandemic. But today's trading isn't helping him. CBS's Jason Brooks stocks are selling off today on a bag of bad news, including record covert 19 infections on Friday and Saturday in the US And the prospect of new shutdowns in Europe. Right now, the Dow is down about 840 points. The head of the Virginia Military Institute is out after accusations and an investigation into institutional racism on campus, CBS Jim Krystle. That move comes a week after state officials ordered an investigation into what they characterized as a culture of quote, ongoing structural racism at the school that was founded in 18 39 black cadets, an alumni of faced quote, relentless racism. Via my according to published reports growing wildfires in Southern California's Orange County of forced about 60,000 people to evacuate thousands of homes in San Francisco Bay or without power because of planned shutdowns, a windstorm, triggering red flag warnings in the threat of wildfires. KP I X TV's Emily Turner. The community's up here in the North Bay that has dealt with wild fires for months now in the dark begin. Those power shut ups go from Napa Valley all the way to the Marine Canny coast. This is CBS News. These days. Better nutrition and stronger immunity are essential. That's why egg lands best gives you and your family more so we can all be at our very best on ly glands Best. Your news, Live and local. This is WCBS news Radio eight radio dot com station 56 still pretty damp, drizzly this afternoon that we will see a s'more of that activity than overnight Still more fog and drizzle with lows down to 53. Tomorrow may be a few breaks of sun later in the day after the clouds and fog break up tomorrow, Cy around 58. It's 203 at WCBS Newark is enacting new restrictions. Now that it's Cove in 19 infection rate has jumped to 11.8% in the East Ward an Ironbound the rate is up to 25%. So beginning tomorrow, all non essential businesses in New York will have to close at 8. P.m. Mayor Ross Baraka made the announcement last hour. All restaurants bars, etcetera must close the endure.
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"Air. They'll take out the low cloud cover and far but we'll wake up with at the drive in evolved kind of gloomy. But as the day goes on, especially mid to late morning into early afternoon skies will clear from west to East behind that front will turn breezy. Turn less McGee and has to be in the low to mid 70. So by mid late afternoon tomorrow, it should be fairly nice across the entire region Wednesday and Thursday like great thanks to high pressure. Lots of sunshine Boat Days high slow the mid seventies. Other round of Chile showers on Friday highs on Friday. Only the low sixties sunshine on Saturday but cool eyes only around 60 59 a warrant in right now 57 College Park, It's 60 and Stafford and Hillary and Sean. It's 59 a Reagan national. No, Right. Thanks, Mike 6 51 now on double GOP. Speaking of weather, far to our south people in southwest Louisiana are struggling to recover from the destructive force of Hurricane Delta weekend storm brought heavy flooding, high winds and widespread power outages. Just a few weeks ago That region was slammed by Hurricane Laura, CBS correspondent David Beg No. Talked to a family in Lake Charles forced to stay in one small camper. Five people in that one camper and three dogs. Wow, This's where the Lobo family is now living. Braley says her family moved out of their home after Hurricane Laura tore off most of the roof seven weeks ago. Then Friday night, the blue tarps that we're covering the roof were ripped off during Hurricane Delta, which allowed rainwater to pour red. Even the building that they got to temporarily housed their belongings. After Hurricane Laura was flipped over by Delta, Braley says her family lost their homes to hurricanes when she was five and eight years old. She is now 19. At least two people are dead from Hurricane Delta, the Corona virus pandemic. Police reform the governor's job approval rating. Maryland voters sound off in a new poll, a new poll released by God Your college shows 82% of Marylanders support racial bias training for police..
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"CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Allison Keys in Washington Devastation in Louisiana after what was what's Hurricane Delta barrels into the state Just miles from where Hurricane Laura hit just weeks ago, CBS's Maria via Rio with the latest Youjust see fences down blue parts on every roof. Some unfortunate US. We've already gotten our house, but it's just devastating. Darren Worthington is a minister in Lake Charles. His church coordinates relief efforts. And while he's confident the city Khun Bounce back Admit this string of storms has been tough. When did you start to feel that anxiety? Actually said. It's 20. What else you know just one of those things. It's just been that kind of year. CBS's David Beg No was in Lafayette, Louisiana, and says the storm left a mess. There are trees all over the place. No reports of major injuries or deaths here. But it is going to be a massive cleanup effort today and into next week, CBS News meteorologist Jeff There are Delhi on what to expect. Next. We will see wing us to 50 55 Miles an hour. Lots of heavy rain in the Tennessee Valley that moves into the Ohio Valley, the mid Atlantic Carrie even New York City in New Jersey during the day tomorrow. And that rain spread south into Virginia and North Carolina as well. There's no word yet on whether the president has tested negative for covert 19 have an event he is hosting at the White House today, just over a week after saying he and the first lady tested positive for the virus, CBS the chip Reid says that.
Coronavirus death toll surpasses 1 million worldwide
"Deaths of top the one million mark worldwide cases arising overseas again. Even vice President Pence concedes that we can expect that to happen here is well. It's already happening in New York, but schools there have just resumed in class learning. Here's correspondent David Beg. Now we found out of the 1.1 million students in the New York City School District, which is the largest public school system in the country about 52% opted to come back for in person learning, so a pretty big number decided we wanted to stay home and keep learning virtually Fine.
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"The European Union is postponing a summit because the council president is going into quarantine, at least in Louisville prepare for possible unrest ahead of announcement expected in the Briana Taylor case. Mets taking on the res again tonight You can listen here on WCBS 8 87 10 for the first pitch. Yankees Look for revenge on the Blue Jays tonight, First day of fall sunshine right now 62 in the city heading for a high in the mid seventies. I'm Paul Murnane, now at 11 31 of WCBS. At this point, it appears there is enough support in the Senate to confirm Ruth Bader Ginsburg, replacement before the election, Mitt Romney today. Saying he will not block a vote meeting. There are 52 Republicans in favor of moving ahead, CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes. We've got the votes to confirm Justice Ginsburg replacement before the election, Senator Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, says there will be a vote before November 3rd. Before that, there will be a battle the American people are about to witness an astonishing parade. Misrepresentations about the past. I want the Republicans just to live up to their word. That word was the GOP's claim in 2016 that a Supreme Court nominee should not be confirmed in an election year, so they blocked President Obama's pick. Melanie the shots of the shouts of hypocrisy from Democrats. Republicans say there are two sides of the story. Texas Republican Ted Cruz here, every one of them. Is saying exactly the opposite of what they're saying. Now everyone has switched position. And so the whole promo you're pushing about hypocrisy. If you want to say it, you could say everybody involved in this is a hypocrite. Crews was on CBS this morning. Main. Susan Collins at Alaska's Lisa Murkowski are the only two Senate Republicans who oppose a confirmation ahead of the election. You can add five more states of the local quarantine list. Arizona, Minnesota, Nevada, Wyoming and Rhode Island. No states have been dropped as we tell you every Tuesday when the list gets updated people arriving in the Tri state Are from a place in the quarantine list They're supposed to isolate for 14 days in Connecticut. People can avoid quarantine if they provide a negative Covad test result from within 72 hours before they travel. Governor Cuomo, also announcing today that New York is now undergoing 10 million Covad test the latest batch of nearly 84,000 with the positive test result of 100.8%. The U. S. Is now poised to surpass 200,000 deaths from the virus. Among those victims. Nine members of one family from Arizona, CBS's David Beg No spoke to the surviving relatives of the victim. Most people don't Don't think Israel until it comes knocking on their door. The feeling of loss associated with Corona virus just will not go away for Ricardo Aggie Ray. He spoke to us just hours before he attended a rosary for his father. Jose Day. Hey, Susa Gate. A Sanchez. He died on September 11th after a four month battle with Corona virus. Do you know how he contracted the virus? No, I do not. All I know is that my mother is the one that started having the symptoms first. From there. It was my dad myself. My wife, my two kids, and then my brother. David Beg No. With the story of that family in Arizona President Trump has delivered his virtual address to the U. N General Assembly. Today. We must hold accountable the nation which unleashed this plague onto the world. China. The address was recorded ahead of time played again at that virtual U N. General Assembly just in the European Union is postponing a leader summit because the council president is going into a covert 19 quarantine is the latest sign of the second wave. The British government is tightening restrictions to stem the rising tide. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announcing new limits on gatherings like weddings and funerals today, maximum of 15 people We'll be able to attend wedding ceremonies on DH receptions, though up to 30, I can still attend a few as not. Johnson has worn. Britain's not to expect to return to normal life for at least six months in bars and restaurants are being told to close at 10 o'clock across the UK Louisville is on high alert ahead of an announcement in the Briana Taylor case that we're waiting for. The state attorney general is about to reveal whether he'll charge the officers involved. The interim police chief says there will be tight restrictions on the use of tear gas. There is one exception that we have given Our officers. If immediate violence, serious violence such as gunfire ups, that is a situation we have allowed them to make the decision.
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"Students. I'm car coward. News Weather 95.5 w S B Let us news and talk. Good morning. It's three o'clock I mark a line live from the WSB 24 hour news center. At least one person was killed in Orange Beach, Alabama, when Sally hit as a Category two hurricane, bringing torrential rains, floods and 105 mile per hour winds. CBS correspondent Skylar Henry. As it slammed into the Gulf Coast, Sally turned land into lakes across the region and Florida's Panhandle. The life threatening storm flooded the town of Navarre. We are trying to gather personal belongings that have been floating through Sally left destruction for miles around. We started hearing over Windows start pop. Uh, the roof started coming off and siding was ripping. CBS correspondent David Beg No is in Pensacola Beach, Florida into the Florida Gulf Coast are underwater. The storm surge was the third worst on record, and the rainfall has been his story. More than 2. Ft of rain has fallen here in about 24 hours, more than 375 people have been rescued, including a family found in a tree. At least eight waterways in South Alabama and the Florida Panhandle could hit major flood levels. Wendy Gillette CBS News WSB meteorologist, Kirk Mellish is tracking the path as the remnants of Sally reached Georgia. Rainfall totals the next 24 to 36 hours 1 to 3 inches on average. With isolated totals over five inches, especially south and east flooding. Potential looks fairly routine for the usual suspects. Most of us will not experience flooding. For details seem I blogged w radio dot com Atlanta temperature 302 65 degrees, Kirk says rain likely overnight.
'Astonishingly risky': COVID-19 cases at colleges are fueling the nation's hottest outbreaks
"New cases averaging 34,000 Day, which is a decline of roughly 18%. Over two weeks. College campuses continue to be a challenge, though here, CBS's David beg No. It was another weekend of parties around colleges and universities. Young people gathered in Washington Square Park near New York University. For the second consecutive weekends. Thiss crowded House Party took place near the University of Kansas Video of a party near Florida State University shows very few people wearing masks, according to a New York Times survey of more than 1600 schools. Colleges and universities recorded more than 36,000 Corona virus cases in just the last week. An outbreak at Michigan State University as county health officials urging all students to self quarantine for 14 days, But not everyone is convinced that that plan is going to work long term. Eventually, most people are going to get it. And that is exactly what worries infectious disease experts like Dr Michael Foster home with the colleges and universities, openings with the spillover that's occurring with people experience. Even more pandemic fatigue. We're going to see these numbers grow substantially. This morning. There are encouraging signs on the vaccine front. Listen to what the CEO of Pfizer told market Brennan on face the nation in our base case. We have quite the good chance more than 60%. But we will know if the product works or not by the end of October. The vaccine, developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca will resume political trials and at least two countries. This comes just days after they were put on hold. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas, a neurologic side effect happened in a second patient. The trial was stopped and it was really by an outside group of people called the data stating monitoring board. All of them felt that it was not related to the vaccine, and therefore they could proceed with the clinical trial of the vaccine that the benefit was obviously significantly greater than any potential chance of harm. CBS's David Beg No
Colleges drive a new wave of coronavirus hotspots
"Number of daily reported Corona virus cases in the U. S is down about 18% in the last two weeks. CBS's David beg No tells us many colleges are the new hot spots, according to a New York Times survey of more than 1600 schools. Colleges and universities recorded more than 36,000 Corona virus cases in just the last week and outbreak at Michigan State University as county health officials urging all students to self quarantine for 14 days, But not everyone is convinced that that plan is going to work long term. Eventually, most people are going to get it and that is exactly what worries infectious disease experts. Like Dr Michael Foster home with the colleges and universities, opening with people experience, even more pandemic fatigue. We're going to see these numbers grow substantially.
AstraZeneca Must Explain Spinal Ailment to Resume Vaccine Trial
"What the issue was that suspended that AstraZeneca Corona virus vaccine trial. It's a spinal cord issue involving Mation of the spine. But we don't know whether the vaccine is to blame for the spinal cord issues, so they paused the trial. It was in Phase three. That's the last stage in the development process, and experts say the pause is a sign that the trial is working, and they are prioritizing safety. To make sure this vaccine will be safe. And CBS's David beg no reporting that the company CEO says that is still on track to know whether the vaccine will be effective by the end of the year. And
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"In nearby Travis Air Force Base and shut down a busy Interstate late last night Flames tour through the Santa Cruz Mountains south of San Francisco. At least three of California's wildfires are each now greater than the size of 20,000 football fields. I woke up the whole hill is on fire. The entire thing was on fire. Farm owner Rhonda Petrillo says She and her family narrowly escaped, but much of her livestock was lost. Correspondent David Beg No has the latest on the new school year clouded by the Corona virus in Tennessee. The state government is allowing school district's to declare teachers as essential workers. Which would get them back into the classroom. Even if they've been exposed to the virus. We spoke with the state's Education Commissioner Penney, Schwinn. If you are going to do that, at the local level, we want to make sure that you've done everything to make sure your staff and your students are kept safe and protected in New York City. The teachers union is suggesting it may take legal action if schools reopened without what they're calling. Essential precautions like mandatory testing and tracing this city went through hell and came back and we are not going back to health And in Florida, the state's largest teachers union is suing over a statewide in person learning mandate. At Wednesday's virtual court hearing, one teacher was overcome with emotion. I've chosen my students over so many difficult things. I can't put my family at risk. The government says 1.1 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week. That's a rise after two.
COVID-19 clusters cancel in-person college classes across the country
"Clusters air spreading at colleges across the country. Michigan State just cancelled in person learning for the fall semester. Classrooms at Notre Dame are also closed. For now, Here's CBS News correspondent David Beg. No, the spike in cases is very serious, and we must take serious steps to address it. This is the president of Notre Dame University, Reverend John Jenkins. He says he's prepared to make any changes necessary. He's moving classes online for the next two weeks after a surgeon cases 147 since the campus opened on August, the third Most are linked to an off campus party that the's steps are not successful. We will have to send students home. As we did last spring.
Colleges seeing COVID-19 clusters as video shows students not social distancing
"At Chapel Hill has decided to implement distance learning for its students just days after they arrived, and clusters of covert 19 formed. Other campuses. Air facing their own bouts of the Corona virus is more video emerges of students partying and packed groups without any face coverings. CBS's David beg no report. So you had those four clusters of cases. Test positivity rate went from 3% of 13% in just the first week of school. And critics say the university essentially caved. Supporters say it's about time they did something to change it. And now the university is saying we're going to take everything in person and put it online all the super size fries. I didn't think they were gonna send us here and just send us home a week later, so that's pretty crazy. The student newspaper editorial said it all the first week of classes at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has had its problems. Video surfaced of students at parties both on and off campus. Now cases there are spiking and in person classes will be canceled. I am I can't even see disappointed or sad. I mostly angry Colin Smith is a junior at the university. He says he and other student activists have spent months lobbying against the full return to campus and the administration he believes acted too late. Some of your peers have been pretty reckless to there is a way that we can hold each other accountable as students. But at the end of the day, this accountability system wouldn't have to be in place if the administration would have made the right decisions from the jump. To Oklahoma State University. Now this entire sorority houses under quarantine after 23 members of the organization tested positive for corroded on and off campus video apparently shows crowds of Oklahoma State students. Backed into a bar, with more students crowding together on the main strip, and there are now 58 confirmed cases at Notre Dame. That's an increase of 15 cases in 24 hours. Dr Anthony Fauci said Monday. There are really troublesome signs that Corona virus could have long term consequences, even in individuals who are young. And otherwise healthy who don't require hospitalization. But do get sick when you work them up. I have a substantially high proportion of cardiovascular abnormalities. There are new studies still in the early stages and not yet peer reviewed that suggests people who were infected with the Corona virus, but recovered have developed some type of immunity that protects them from further infection. Even those people who had mild symptoms. What's not clear, though, right now is how long that immunity may last that CBS's David beg no reporting. CBS's Vicki
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"Of collection boxes and sorting machine Around the country are dismantling the post office before our eyes and this is the way fascist do things. Postal officials insist they have simply been making adjustments due to declining male volumes. I'm very scared of that males. Jacqueline Coleman of Maryland is now trying to figure out what to do. She normally votes at the school around the corner. But has diabetes and in a pandemic wants to play it safe, hoping and praying that we will be able to vote by mail and our worlds will be counted. A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration from enforcing a new rule that would roll back healthcare protections for transgender people. A major university has had to reverse course after several clusters of covert 19 outbreaks. CBS's David Beg, No says it's a lesson Many other schools may take to heart. The first week of classes at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill has had its problems. Cases there are spiking. And in person classes will be canceled. I am I can't even say disappointed or sad. I mostly angry. Colin Smith is a junior at the university. He says he another student activists have spent months lobbying against the full return to campus. The administration he believes acted too late. Some of your peers have been pretty reckless to there is a way that we can hold each other accountable as students, but at the end of the day, this accountability system wouldn't have to be in place if the administration would have made the right decisions. It's four minutes.
COVID-19 cases at college in Oklahoma
"Of college students heads back to campus this week amid early signs of health trouble. Oklahoma State, says an entire sorority houses under quarantine after some students tested positive for the Corona virus off fourth cluster is being reported at UNC Chapel Hill. CBS's David Beg. No. We spoke to one student inside with covert like symptoms who asked asked to to remain remain anonymous. anonymous. Even Even though though I've I've been been doing doing my my best best to to socially socially distance, distance, and and you you know, know, I've I've only only worn worn amass amass much much twentyfourseven twentyfourseven aside aside from from when when I'm I'm sleeping. sleeping. I really have no idea where I could have gotten it. It does feel like The choices of a small few have really impacted. You know. The large overall student body and years of infections haven't stopped more than a few from ringing in the semester with celebrations in the South. Video posted to social media shows dozens of unmasked students packed into an off campus party near the University of North Georgia over the weekend. Classes there begin today,
Anthony Fauci to Teachers: You'll Be 'Part of the Experiment' in Reopening Schools
"Deaths in the U. S. Now top 150,000 a grim milestone in a summer that seemed a pandemic surge across the South and West. CBS News National correspondent David Beg No California, Texas and Florida recorded single day highs for new Corona virus deaths, and so did North Carolina. Mike Pence, visited that state Wednesday with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. There's not a national superintendent. Therefore, there's not a national plan for reopening. So with no national plan, local leaders in viral epicenters like Miami, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Houston are planning to delay in person. I'm learning a dilator this year. But some parents say distance learning is just too challenging. Sydney bursts of Lexington, Kentucky, is a single mom balancing work and at home teaching. I need to outsource other educational options just to make sure that my child is learning listen to what Dr Anthony Fauci told the president of the nation's largest teachers. Unions are gonna be actually part of the experiment. We don't have the total database of knowing what there is to expand after a
CDC counts Alabama, Texas, California among States that could see the highest number of coronavirus deaths
"Trump has looked at the latest Corona virus numbers and canceled next month's Republican National Convention scheduled for Jacksonville. Correspondent David Beg. No. Florida set a single day record for the number of deaths yesterday, and so did California. The CDC is now saying that over the next four weeks, the states with the greatest likelihood for a large number of deaths are the following Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Utah and right here
Florida sees its largest increase in single-day COVID-19 hospitalizations
"Florida set a record Tuesday, the largest increase in Corona virus hospitalizations in any state. More than 300 people. CBS's David Beg No in Orlando tells us what concerns the state's director of emergency management. His agency is at the center of the state's Corona virus response, setting up testing sites, delivering critical supplies and allocating personnel across Florida. He says. This is the largest operation in state history, and it has been complicated by misinformation and politics. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five. No one says No. It was a category two. And in this disaster, we're arguing over everything.
With Hospitalizations Rising, Florida Governor Calls in 3,000 Nurses to Help Manage COVID-19 Cases
"Virus infections nationally is putting a strain on hospitals elsewhere in the U. S. More than 1000 people are now hospitalized with the virus in Florida. Dozens of hospitals say they're out of beds in the intensive care units. And CBS News correspondent David Beg No, says the governor there is attempting to alleviate some concern by bringing in more than 3000 nurses from other states. If you have wave after wave after wave, how long can you sustain that? That is Dr Jason Wilson. He's the associate director of emergency management at Tampa General Hospital. He says the volume of covert patients coming to the hospital is five times higher than it was a month and 1/2 ago. We've really done everything we can to try to keep patient the hospital. They don't need to be in the hospital. The situation is far more dire in South Florida. There are now just 10 icy you beds left in all of Miami Dade County. Most populated county in the state.
Hospitalizations and coronavirus deaths spike in hot spots nationwide
"New infections in Florida, Texas, Arizona and California pushed the US past three million confirmed cases today in Florida. The death toll is rising and intensive care units are overflowing in Arizona, people are now waiting upto 13 hours to be tested. Getting results could now take days due to backlogs. And in this cove, it ward in McAllen, Texas, where CS News was given exclusive access today, doctors there say they are being pushed to the brink. As we come on the air. We're also learning. A nursing home near Fort Worth, has been evacuated after 1/3 of residents there have tested tested positive. positive. CBS's CBS's David David beg beg No No is is going going to to lead lead off off our our coverage coverage tonight tonight in in South South Florida. Florida. Good Good evening, evening, David. David. Good Good evening, evening, nor nor were were in in Broward Broward County, County, and and we just heard that here in the county, they are increasing their fines and penalties against people who are not following rules and regulations were at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood. 30 yards away from where I am. There is only what I could describe is a drive through covert receiving some you pull up, a nurse greets you brings you inside this tented area and immediately starts the triage process. The numbers are going up significantly the past few weeks. Dr. Randy Katz says the emergency Department here at Memorial Hospital in Hollywood is the busiest. It's been since the covert outbreak began. There's no doubt that this virus is just a deadly now as it was three months ago, and we're seeing more patients come into the hospital, more patients with infection and more patients with complications from this virus as numbers rise across the state. North of of Orlando. Orlando. In In Volusia Volusia County County Sheriff Sheriff Mike Mike Chitwood Chitwood says says his his local local health health department department has has stopped stopped telling telling him him how how many many people people are are infected infected in in his his county. county. It's It's unconscionable unconscionable because because if you give the American people the information that they need, we can make informed decisions. Meanwhile, hospitalizations and deaths in other hot spots. Continue to skyrocket. On Tuesday, Texas broke its single day record reporting just over 10,000 new cases. Arizona has fewer than 150 I seeyou beds left in the entire state. In California. At least 100 people have died from the virus for the third day in the past week at today's White House Task Force briefing, Dr Deborah Burke's made this plea use the phase coverings not going to bar is not going to endure dining. But really not gathering in homes. I, their mandate to wear masks continues to outrage. Some people, this man was reportedly asked to put on a mask a Costco in Fort Myers, Florida. He has since been fired from his job in an insurance agency. Meanwhile, more cities and state officials are making face coverings mandatory. Including in New Jersey and Atlanta. This kid woke up with a smile on its face. Pastor David Settles from Tennessee knows firsthand what it's like to lose someone to covert 19. His 30 year old son, Darius, died Saturday, four days after he was diagnosed. He is urging people to wear masks. Somebody gave it to him. And I bet you if they had known I'll give it to this young man and he'll die, they would have done differently. David beg No, thank you. And
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"Hospitalized overnight. After a fall he sustained on Father's Day He hit his head while he was quote walking for exercise near his home, according to the Supreme Court. The injury require some suitors. And quote at an abundance of caution. The chief justice stayed in the hospital overnight. He was discharged The next morning, The court said that doctors have ruled out a siege er that, of course, a concern because the chief justice has a history of seizures, including in 2007 a couple years after he became chief justice and five cases remain on the court's docket, including two concerning President Trump's bid to shield his financial documents. At 9 46 a bail hearing an arraignment for the ex girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein set for next Tuesday. Glenn Maxwell, facing charges of sex trafficking with minors and lying about the alleged crimes under oath. Prosecutors are looking to keep Maxwell behind bars on the grounds that she has the money and the overseas connections to flee. She faces up to 35 years if convicted, and while Massachusetts is trending in the right direction as a state The story is not the same in other parts of the country, spiking covert 19 cases filling up more than 50. I see youse two capacity at hospitals in Florida, including Miami's Jackson Memorial Hospital. CBS News also reporting that some patients have had to wait some 24 hours before an ICU bed opens up. We'll get more from correspondent David Beg No Despite the rising cases daily, Florida is requiring that public schools reopen next month, Dr Anthony Fauci said schools will need to get creative. It's not going to be a one song. Guys. It's all modify scheduling things like masks at all time. Things like alternating morning afternoon, decreasing the size and the space between desks for the first time..
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"Peop E. Eve was so back concern is still very really. Correspondent David Beg, No, says hospital staffing has been stretched thin. Florida's governor came here to Miami to announce that 100 nurses Who work and live elsewhere in the state are being redirected here to Miami to help out a new model predicts more than 200,000 US deaths by November without widespread mask use. CBS NEWS update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez concerns from a dinos bear about the spread of the virus in his community. Mayor Jim Have Lynn. Taking a Facebook to address the issue yesterday pointed out that the median age of those testing positive for the virus has dropped from 57 in early March, down to 20 there at House parties. There are bonfires their trips to the cabin and they might go out somewhere and then organized for it. But they say the testing of those athletes and the unsanctioned summer camps may have more to do with the Outside socializing when with the sport itself, it dinos trends are similar to what we're seeing here and across the country knew this morning. One man is dead after another night of gun violence in Minneapolis, At least six people were shot. Including two men in the 2100 block of Emerson Avenue. North. Police responded to that area around 11 20 on reports of gunfire and screaming. Those two were taken to the hospital, where the one was pronounced dead. The other Suffering non life threatening injuries. That's the 30th homicide in Minneapolis this year. Other shootings last night in South and North Minneapolis and also in downtown. No arrests have been made in any of them. Earlier in the day, some black community leaders spoke out about the violence issue, calling on the City Council to do something about it. Lisa Clements with a mother's love initiative, We cannot continue. So watch these bullets flying through our community. We are in the wild, Wild West. And it is time for some answers. Some of the group think all the talk about de funding and abolishing the police department, with no real plan to replace it is having a detrimental effect on their.
Florida's Miami-Dade County to use nightly curfew to fight growing coronavirus cases
"Millions of us looked forward to every year, Fourth of July weekend, But there's a storm cloud this year called the Corona Virus Case Numbers in the U. S up 64% since Memorial Memorial Day, Day, and and they're they're on on the the rise rise in in all all but but 10 10 states. states. CBS's CBS's David David Beg Beg No No is is in in South South Florida. Florida. Miami Miami Dade Dade County County is is racing racing to to roll roll back. They're reopening. They've re imposed a curfew. They're rolling back the reopening of entertainment venues. Hospitalizations have more than Doubled in the last two weeks, and nearly one out of every four tests being performed right now is coming back positive. I'm Allison
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"Caught the CBS David begged dole begins our team coverage in oak island, North Carolina, the imminent threat from hurricane Florence is forcing most people to board up their homes and leave town over the years. I have seen the damage that these storms can do as always some people living along the coast or planning to ride out the hurricane everything I own is here, I have to be here in Portsmouth Virginia, the coast guard issued a stern warning get out are we might not be able to save you. I'm Jim crystalline Lumberton North Carolina. This area of southeastern North Carolina was swamped by floodwaters from hurricane Matthew two years ago. And there's fear the same could happen again with hurricane Florence coastal areas of the Carolinas are under evacuation orders, East Carolina university and the university of North Carolina Wilmington have cancelled classes for the rest of the week CBS. Mark Strauss men is up the coast in Kittyhawk on North Carolina's Outer Banks, we are now officially under a hurricane watch here. As of a couple of hours ago. An estimated fifty thousand residents and visitors have been evacuated from Cape Hatteras about forty miles south of here as we headed here last night. There was a steady flow of cars heading north people leaving the area. Heavy equipment was also outbuilding massive sand dunes as a wall of defense against the storm surge that's expected down the college officials with the National Hurricane center's worn Florence is expected to linger over the Carolinas. Once it makes landfall that increases the threat of major flooding for miles inland along with a possibility of widespread power outages in Hawaii, the concern is tropical storm Olivia. It's in the Pacific a few hundred miles east of Hilo. Governor David Ige, we do expect strong wind in addition to rain and flooding as potential risk high surf and storm surge forecasters say the storm could dump more than a foot of. Of rain on the big island now.
Death toll from quake that hit Indonesian island passes 430
"Puerto Rico's. Telling lawmakers on Capitol Hill it expects its official assessment of a number of people killed by hurricane Maria. Last year to, dramatically. Increase, here's correspondent David beg no The death toll in Puerto Rico following hurricane Maria maybe twenty times higher than the government's last official, toll of sixty. Four Puerto Rican officials acknowledged in a report to congress that their. Own data reveals that, there were more than, fourteen. Hundred deaths in the four months after the hurricane the normal David we've always said that the moment was going to be higher detector Pescara is Puerto Rico. Secretary of public safety Terry how do you get. Past the fact that a lot of. People watching right now think that the government has lied about the death, toll from the beginning all. I can say that there is no lie there is no MS MS leaning always we said that it. Most likely will. Go. Up Hurricane. Maria tore through Puerto Rico last September becoming the second deadliest hurricane. In the last ninety, years Puerto Rico's governor, Ricardo. Rocha yo is face criticism that his administration severely undercounted the number of hurricane Maria related deaths I asked the governor last week about the official death toll. People say it's the official count it really it's. Just really the count the count stop. Where it stop and realized that it wasn't appropriate
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"Rico's telling lawmakers. On Capitol Hill it expects, its official. Assessment of a, number of people killed by hurricane Maria. Last year to dramatically, increase here's correspondent David beg. No The death toll in Puerto Rico following hurricane Maria maybe twenty times higher than, the government's last. Official toll of sixty four Puerto Rican officials acknowledged in a report. To congress that their, own data reveals that, there. Were more than fourteen hundred deaths in the four months after the hurricane the normal David we've always said that the moment is going to be higher actor. Pescara is Puerto Rico secretary of public safety Kerry. How do you get past. The fact that a lot of people watching right now think that the government has lied, about the, death toll from the beginning. All I can say that there is no lie there is no mis- misleading always we said that it. Most likely will. Go. Up Hurricane Maria. Tore through Puerto Rico last September becoming the second deadliest hurricane in. The last ninety years, Puerto Rico's governor Ricardo, Rocha. Yo is face criticism that his administration severely undercounted the number of hurricane Maria related deaths I asked the governor last week about the official death toll people. Say it's official county really it's just really the. Count where the count stopped. Is, where it stopped wearing realized that it wasn't appropriate Another. Growing issue on the island the morgue has run out of space to store unidentified bodies. It's. Been a problem for the last several years but now refrigerated trucks have been, brought in to store corpses Nearly one hundred and fifty bodies are still unidentified and awaiting autopsy officials say a lack of money and a lack of resources are to blame for the, growing backlog and only recently did Puerto Rico's governor ask federal authorities for help help. Is on the way the US department of, health is going to send pathologists and radiologists to autopsy and identify the bodies some of which remain. In these trailers and, had, been on this property for years by the way I asked. The government official what's taking so. Long to say the obvious that the death toll was going. To be significantly higher and that officials said David, this is big news because we quote are terrible at communicating You should know that Puerto Rico, in their letter to congress it was more than five hundred page letter told congress it.
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"The TruMark financial twenty four hour traffic center This week such a rid of the week is the route seventy nine this bus route runs on Snyder avenue all night long take it this weekend to. Buffer for rooftop drinks learn more at ice septa Philly dot com On the CBS news weekend roundup I'm Steve Dorsey Puerto Rico's telling lawmakers. On Capitol Hill it expects its official assessment of the. Number of people killed by hurricane Maria last year, to dramatically increase here's, correspondent, David, beg no The death toll in Puerto Rico following hurricane Maria maybe twenty, times higher than. The government's last official toll of sixty four Puerto Rican officials acknowledged. In a report to, congress that their own, data. Reveals that there were more than fourteen hundred deaths in the four months after the hurricane the normal David we've always said that the moment is going to. Be higher detector Pescara is Puerto Rico secretary of. Public safety Terry how, do you. Get past the fact that a lot of people watching right now think that the government. Has lied about the death, toll from the beginning all. I can say that there is no lie there is no MS MS leading always we said that it. Most likely will. Go. Up Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico last September becoming the second deadliest hurricane in the last, ninety years Puerto Rico's, governor. Ricardo rosillo is face criticism that his administration severely undercounted the number of hurricane Maria related deaths I asked the governor last week about the official death toll. People say it's official count it really it's just. Really the count where, the count. Stopped, where it stop around realized that it wasn't appropriate Another growing. Issue on the island the morgue has run out of space to store, on identified bodies it's been. A problem for the last several years but now, refrigerator trucks have been, brought in to store corpses Nearly one hundred and fifty bodies are still unidentified awaiting autopsy officials say a lack of money and a lack of resources are to blame for, the growing backlog and only recently did Puerto Rico's governor asked federal authorities for help. Help is on the way the US department, of health is going to send pathologists and radiologists to autopsy and identify the bodies some of which. Remain.
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"The father of the family who is the male suspect here worked for lockheed martin the company says he left lucky back in 2010 now the family filed for bankruptcy twice that's about all we know better cbs news correspondent david beg no reporting starting january seventeen the most impressive water fountain in the solar system squirts out from the south pole of enceladus moon of saturn water ice shoot hundreds of miles into space the fountain maybe powered by saturn itself the distance between saturn and enceladus varies as the gap widen and narrows saturn's gravity squeezes the interior of enceladus friction from the constant flexing heats the moon's core that generates enough energy to melt some of the ice around the core creating a deep ocean of liquid water between the core and the crust and a recent study says that process could have been going on for billions of years the study's authors created models of the interior of enceladus to help explain the jets of water and ice detected by cassini a craft that orbited saturn for more than a decade the models showed that water from the ocean may drip through cracks in the core as the water descends it's heated which makes it rise back toward the surface the hot water percolate through the rocks picking up bits of minerals it then squirts back into the ocean through vents on the ocean floor plumes of warm water slowly rise through the ocean and melt some of the ice above it forming thin spots in the crust cracks in thinner crust then allow some of the water just squirt out into space forming the solar system's most impressive water fountain will talk about water worlds in other star systems tomorrow starting wwj is made possible by.
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"In the north burien we'll have the latest on wildfires for you today coming up on kqed later this afternoon at two it's on the media on this week's on the media cbs's david beg no reporting on the ongoing crisis in puerto rico has a message for the rest of the mainland press a lot of as the lead of politics right good calling out of there then juan say according to our reporting nobody's talking about don't miss this week's on the media from wnyc today or two and tonight of madden red flag warning in effect through 8 o'clock this morning for the eu spe hills in the northeast hills was extended according to the weather service plan on another day of smoke sunny skies in the bay area highs in the '70s to the low 80s wins 10 to 20 miles per hour clear tonight except for smoke and lows generally we will be in the fifties at kqed it's twenty minutes to six on trial snyder with these headlines the death toll in this weekend's bomb attack in this himalayan capital mogadishu is rising officials now say at least eighty five people were killed other reports put the number much higher somalia's government is blaming the outcome title linked alshabab extremist group immigration is the dominant issue facing voters in today's election in austria opinion polls just voters could hand power to rightleaning parties that favour a harder line on refugees and migrants and voters are also going to the polls in the central asian country of kirghistan their choosing a new president there are thirteen candidates on the ballot and the two leaders are both pro russia that can with the winners will have to the winner rather we'll have to attract more than fifty percent of the vote to avoid runoff amdro snyder then pr news from washington.