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Missing Utah student met unknown person at park before disappearing, cops say
"Police have released new details on a university of utah student has been missing for more than a week correspondent david begg no police say mackenzie luek arrived at salt lake city international airport earlier last week she took a lift from the airport to a park about twenty minutes away the park is right along highway fifteen when she got out at the park police tell us she met a man who was waiting for her that individual apparently welcomed her into his vehicle and then she
At least 8 dead amid outbreak of severe weather in central U.S.
"Garrett. At least eight people have died in this week's outbreak of dangerous weather in the central United States. Police in Oklahoma today recovered the body of a seventy seven year old man who drowned in his car on a flooded road. A tornado killed three people last night in Missouri. Another powerful tornado ripped through that state capital. Jefferson City David Begg. No shows us the devastating power of these storms disaster. Hit the state of Missouri under the cover of darkness. Gene, Harrison is wife Opal, both in their eighties were found dead outside, what is left of their home near golden City, Missouri. Three hours later in three hours, north of here, but tornado touchdown Missouri's capital of Jefferson City, one hundred sixty mile per hour winds toss vehicles like toys ripped roofs, off homes and buildings and scattered debris for hundreds of yards. My grandfather started Chevrolet business, nineteen thirty six and we've ever has storm like this before while the destruction at Riley Chevrolet left, its owner, Kevin Reilly stunned almost cried. If you had to guess what percentage of your lot? His ruin. It's going to be ninety percent of it. There were only a few minor injuries in Jefferson City. No one was killed here. So it looks like it just came right through this area. The mayor Kerry Turjan told us tornado sirens, likely saved lives. We have the outdoor warning sirens, and I heard them. In fact, I just lay down to go to bed last night, about eleven fifteen and heard it today's that weren't major injuries. Given those kinds of wins, it is amazing. Because when you see some of these homes without re saying that people were able to walk away from that is incredible. Wild week of weather for the southern plains with more than one hundred seventy five tornadoes eight people have died and there has been destructive flooding. In Muskogee county Oklahoma, the Arkansas river continues to swell tonight. Already, it's pushed to barges carrying four thousand pounds of fertilizer, causing them to crash into the Webbers falls dam. The town has been evacuated and officials told residents if the dam fails, it could be catastrophic. We are live tonight in Jefferson City, Missouri where they're dealing with another major threat. The Missouri river is at flood stage, major flood stage and may overtop the levees here, within the next twenty four hours. So the mayor who we interviewed for our story told us, she has evacuated the northern part of her city and closed the airport major. They thought that was their big concern. And then the tornado hit last night. David Beckham with the details and the preparations, thanks so much. We must tell you the severe threat continues. The severe weather threat continues tonight in Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri and tomorrow from Texas to Wisconsin over the holiday weekend. Storms are expected to keep churning from the southern plains to the Great Lakes. The southeast is set to broil as temperatures soared to near record highs. It will be cooler in the west with more snow in the Rockies and
Winter storm disturbs travel as it rolls toward U.S. Midwest, Northeast
"Keys. If you live in the northeast brace yourself that huge winter storm that hit the midwest is headed your way in New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy is asking the public for help. We ask that you stay home. The so that road crews whether state county or local to do their jobs CBS's David Begg. No on what to expect over one hundred million people are bracing for the winter weather wallop the best. We can do is go out there and put the plows through the best job. We can't the major winter storm is barreling across the country bringing heavy snow ice and wind. It's already targeted the Sierra Nevada the plains and the midwest where a plane slid off the runway at Omaha airport after landing in icy conditions. No one was injured. Now, the storm is heading east, Pennsylvania. New Jersey have already
"david begg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Now, and it's high time that this stops in both Chicago and New York workers filed into the streets demanding more transparency and the company's handling of sexual harassment. Complaints and an end to forced arbitration, which prevents employees from taking their cases to court not guilty. That is the plea from Amanda police say walked into a synagogue in Pittsburgh over the weekend killing eleven people inside our David Begg. No says he also requested a jury trial, which has some asking why even though you know, we all live in a country where you are entitled to plead whatever you want, and you're entitled to a jury trial. It's interesting some of the tweets that I'm getting from people who say, I know he's entitled to it. But I hate that. He gets the right to have. 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. Termites are swarming. Don't. Let termites kick you out of your home. If you suspect your property may have termites, stay home and call the orange oil experts X termite X termite controls termites while you stay home. They're licensed inspectors are courteous and clean and will explain to you in detail how orange oil works to kill termites and eggs on contact. Their key product is x t two thousand orange oil, plus the purest and most potent citrus product on the market for controlling termites. It works so fast that termites have no chance and all orange oil termite work is done without tents..
"david begg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Correspondent David Begg. No reporting from Pittsburgh, a city in shock and grief morning. Eleven victims ages fifty four to ninety seven. Scandals songs and tears the larger community of Pittsburgh sought to wrap its arms around the city's Jewish population granted soldiers, and sailors hall was filled to capacity with thousands of men women and children trying to find some sense of face as they mourned the eleven people killed in the attack at tree of life synagogue, pray for those wounded Bill Rakoff CBS news, Pittsburgh in response to criticism of his tone and language after the Pittsburgh mass shooting and the arrest of a Trump supporter accused of mailing explosive devices to prominent Trump opponents President Trump put out a tweet Sunday night, claiming what he calls fake news is doing everything in their power to blame. Republicans conservatives at him for division and hatred. Not a Los Angeles game six of the World Series, which could be over soon. Live to correspondent Steve Futterman. And Tom the Boston Red Sox trying to win their fourth World Series since two thousand four right now Boston is three outs away. The Red Sox lead the dodgers five to one after eight innings. The Red Sox jumped out to a quick to nothing lead in the very first inning on a two run home run by Steve Pearce LA cut the margin to to the one in the bottom half of the first since then Boston at scored three more times on three. So the home runs by Mookie Betts JD Martinez and a second by Steve Pearce live at the World Series in Los Angeles. Steve Futterman, CBS news, President Trump tonight congratulating the winner of Brazil's presidential election. His name is your Bolsonaro a nationalist sometimes called Brazil's Trump. He's a candidate that since the beginning said that he would at beat corruption. And he would he wouldn't let corrupt politics politicians in power. He was a candidate that since the beginning promised to reduce Brazil's violence reporter Diego Pavone. This is CBS news progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive dot com..
"david begg" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Car probably fifteen or so yards from suspect house, which is at the end of the street sergeant care way, we're told was shot right near his vehicle floors. Police chief Alain Hyler estimates. It took about thirty minutes to be able to get in to rescue the wounded officers using an armored truck. It's my understanding right now that they didn't know the level of firepower that they were going into so the crimes happened in Florence county. But the Richland County sheriff's department probably our down the road was asked to take over the investigation in that is CBS says David Begg. No reporting WW J news time, twelve fifty four the Nobel peace prize was awarded yesterday to to people not Murad and. Dennis mcquaid who have fought on behalf of victims of rape and countries torn apart by war CBS's. Jonathan Liatti tells their stories at twenty five she is the second youngest Nobel recipient behind Malala Yousafzai, Dr mcquaid has treated thousands of women who were raped by militias and government soldiers during decades of conflict in central Africa in one thousand nine hundred nine he opened his own hospital where he performed surgeries on victims, including children and even babies the Nobel committee says the pair are courageous fighters for truth and Justice for women. WW J news time twelve fifty four. When news breaks, a federal grand jury has indicted Detroit city council member gave me went on one count of conspiracy to commit bribery. Newsradio nine fifty is there. And the Justice department will continue to look at all aspects of bribery or corruption in the only station. They vigil was held for Steve Savas, his wife and their thirteen year old daughter. Is a threat to the Great Lakes right now. Making news. Newsradio nine fifty. Now. A Bloomberg business report from the suburban Cadillac Buick. This this desk clothing.
"david begg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Three classmates, and quote, drinking buddies of supreme court Justice, hopeful bread capital wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post published tonight, urging the Senate not to vote for his confirmation. Senators will be good a vote tomorrow with it all in front of the full Senate for a vote Saturday afternoon this as an FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against Cavanaugh was headed out to be looked over by those who will vote senators filed in and out of a secure room in the capital Thursday to read the FBI confidential forty six page report. The agency said it conducted nine interviews and could not corroborate Dr Christine Blasi Ford's a sexual assault allegation against Cavanaugh. She's become a political exercise and they're interested installing enriched. All we can't discuss it the public's not gonna get it. What are they afraid of Nicole Killian CBS news capitol? Hill the west has released new evidence that indictments accusing Russian military spies of hacking. That's so widespread that it seemed to target anyone anywhere who investigates Moscow's involvement in an array of criminal activities including doping poisoning and the downing of a plane. It comes as Russia's slammed. The Justice department decision to charge seven Russian intelligence officers over and attempted hack of anti doping agencies officials say it was part of an effort to distract from Russia's state sponsored doping program. Correspondent Paula Reed. Says there were other targets son was nuclear power company in Pennsylvania and another one was a lab where they were investigating the poisoning a former Russian spy in Salisbury England Russia has denied the charges. The sheriff in charge of the investigation into a shooting that killed one police officer and wounded six others in South Carolina, says his deputies have not finished processing, the massive crime-scene. Correspondent David Begg. No from Florence down at the time. I am propulsion three female Florence county. Sheriff's deputies were the first to be shot and responding as backup four floors city. Police officers were also shot an armored vehicle was needed to rescue the injured. How long was it before your officers were able to be removed from the scene? I can't give you an exact time. Like until you seemed like it was forever. But it was not I would guess thirty minutes. Sergeant tariffs Calloway who served more than thirty years with the floor. It's police department died of his wounds, Vietnam, vet and disbarred attorney Frederick Hopkins is who police say pulled the trigger. Former rap mogul shook night is going to prison. The Fifty-three-year-old was sentenced to serve twenty eight years for killing Terry Carter in a hit and run at a Compton.
Puerto Rico: A year of reporting on Hurricane Maria
"A year ago her. Hurricane Maria thrash, Puerto Rico knocking out power grids for months killing thousands of people and forcing many others out of their homes. Correspondent David Begg knows been following the aftermath of that storm and its influence on Puerto Rico since then he joins us in New York. David this weekend, you're chronicling the impact of Maria in a CBS and special Puerto Rico the exodus after hurricane Maria. What does the island even look like now, Steve
Puerto Rico, David Begg and Hurricane Maria discussed on Eamonn Kelly
"A year ago. Hurricane Maria thrash, Puerto Rico knocking out power grids for months killing thousands of people and forcing many others out of their homes. Correspondent David Begg knows been following the aftermath of that storm and its influence on Puerto Rico since then he joins us in New York. David this weekend, you're chronicling the impact of Maria. In a CBS and special Puerto Rico the exodus after hurricane Maria. What does the Ireland even look like now, Steve it's better than it has been. In fact, I went with a colleague of mine, and he said, oh, it doesn't even look this bad. Now granted he hadn't been as many times as we have. But the bottom line is the word you use thrash. I keep finding a different word to describe how bad Maria was and thrashed is another great word. This Sunday's documentary will deal with the exodus. It really is one of the stories. We haven't told yes, we've talked about the people who left the island and went to other Florida New York, but but we had a minute and twenty seconds. We have a half hour. An actually a full hour in total to talk about the exodus that has happened.
"david begg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Is Jeff Gloria and David Begg. Now in the new Wilmington area. And the problem is the storms only moving at six miles an hour. So that is going to continue for a long time. Yeah. You could hardly hear those guys. Those guys get to safety. Meanwhile, it is six forty a Katie radio and the founder of Facebook's odd mysterious fascinating history. Pittsburgh is John show. Kaczynski? We always look forward to our conversations. John good morning. Hey, good morning guys. So we're talking about an anniversary of sorts in the baseball variety. Yeah. This is a great baseball trivia fact for you. And you might have heard the main Connie Mack before of course, because they're cutting back stadium cardiac was actually a the manager for the Pittsburgh Pirates. And he began his law career in eighteen ninety four wins. I win the also holds two major league baseball records to this day one being the most wins as a manager with three thousand seven hundred thirty one the also holds the record for the most losses as a manager three thousand nine hundred forty eight and this is the one hundred twenty four th anniversary of his first game. That is his first game as a manager. And that was for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Now, we love our trivia run here when it comes to the history of Pittsburgh, the battle of fort to Kane and how grant street it's not Ulysses grant, right? That's right. Not Ulysses grant. It was James Grant saves grant Lord of balloting Dolac will what's idol. Yeah. He was a leader of a small regimen of Highlander think the movie Braveheart, you know, the highlanders like Yeltsin all back pipes, those people from that regiment came here to the Pittsburgh to fight for the British. They decided to while they were cutting coming down into bridge occupied. Pittsburgh is the time before Duquesne James Grant was the leader of the small regimen eight hundred people to the French which only had about five hundred people here in Pittsburgh, and he decided to kind of split his group at half and half of them literally just March streak down from grants hill. Okay. Which is where the courthouses today downtown ambush, all the French because the sooner they started playing bagpipes, drums and everything like that the native Americans, and the French were alerted to this and they completely surrounded archbishops nice way to try to sneak up on somebody. Hey, the bagpipes. In fact, they they don't up taking almost everyone prison. Well, they killed one hundred four people two hundred twenty were wounded as. Compared to the French eight losses. They captured James Graham, they held him prisoner POW at fort Duquesne, and he failed about particular encourage them, although they knew that John Forbes who had a much larger regiment about six thousand seven thousand people were marching this way to kind of put the final nail in the coffin of the French and tell them to get out which they did a month later in November. And they they actually burned fourteen down to the ground or blew it up. And and left the remains. And that's what we found once everyone from John Forbes, and John Forbes is the one who was credited with naming Pittsburg Pittsburg. Let's go much more modern times to nineteen sixty four a very significant date. Oh, yeah. That's September fourteen before.
CBS, Les Moonves and Steve Cave discussed on 24 Hour News
"Cave. And les Moonves says is out as chairman amid a second round of sexual misconduct allegations. Now comes the question of money CBS's Steve Futterman in a funneling with the SEC CBS gives details of its separation agreement with les Moonves this much of it focuses on a possible
"david begg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Correspondent David Begg no is there people. Who I spoke to about the death toll don't even, think twenty nine seventy five is the accurate. Number invite away there is a potential that the number is. Higher there, is a, potential that. If the. University were to do another study they may, find other deaths Nicole Cordeiro who lost her mother and the. Hurricane Blames the lack of government for Paradis, or lack thereof for her mother's death I waste the hospital for more prepared This the government overall People. Died in sweets one. The Harrigan was. Happy CBS news. Update I'm Matt piper southern California, hit by, four point four earthquake just east of, Los Angeles last night no reports? Of damage or injuries. Four fours in southern, California are not unusual but some residents are still, a little scary And we've got our. Neighbor had walked onto the porch? Downstairs and it kind. Of kept going and, I looked at my brother and I went And. Then like way we like a calm down for a second and then it kind of kicked. Up a little bit and then that was it Here from New Jersey Earthquake in four point four did no damage or, no reports of injuries either Now Carol the traffic and weather together looking at mostly, construction related slowdowns tonight the accidents we saw earlier have pretty well cleared out. But we're, looking at some roadwork overnight in Dallas near the old Texas. Stadium site loop twelve northbound from highway one eighty three up to northwest highway. They'll be working out there through six in the morning near downtown Fort Worth thirty. Five northbound at I thirty. Looks like two lanes are blocked by that overnight were From the.
Trump vows to address Google's 'leftwing media bias'
"To settle sex abuse lawsuits Hollywood man accused of ripping off people who thought they. Were subletting an. Apartment these stories plus traffic every ten minutes on. The fives and three minutes after, CBS, covers the world it's three o'clock This is news on the hour, sponsored by Quicken. Loans jailer, nearly three thousand deaths now attributed. To hurricane Maria Puerto Rico releasing stunning new numbers the island's governor, Ricardo, Rossello tells, residents he feels their pain it's always painful to see that it's. Such a large number every day that I go around Puerto Rico Nicey family members that have lost. A loved ones Hey it's really painful
Colorado man admitted strangling wife, dumping bodies, police say
"Good morning I'm Steve Kafe and a new claim has emerged from. The Colorado man who charged with murdering his pregnant wife and two. Daughters and leaving their bodies at a work site CBS's Omar Villafranca has more on thirty three year old Christopher watts lots claims that. Moments after. He told her he wanted a separation he observed her on a. Baby monitor actively strangling their. Younger daughter while they're older daughter was sprawled out on. Her bed and blue he, claims he then went into a. Rage and ultimately strangled Shinhan to death this is. A horrible, neighbor Kelly trippy is furious watts claimed Shinhan killed their children it is so not true Then is the last thing she would have done what's appears in court north. Of Denver later
Afghan forces free Taliban hostages in rescue operation
"Afghan ficials say the Taliban have taken more than one hundred people hostage in northern area, of the country recently capture by Taliban fighter officials saying in this latest brazen assault by, insurgent members of the. Taliban three buses headed for Kabul were ambushed near the Khanabad district and those aboard. Were abducted including women and children. They believe the fighters were looking for government employees or members of the security forces it comes despite president Ashraf Ghani he's call for a ceasefire during the Muslim holiday of a the Afghan Taliban have resurged since the US NATO officially ended their combat mission at the, end of, two thousand fourteen seizing entire. District and carrying out regular large scale attacks that have killed scores
Catholic Diocese of Greensburg releases report including apology for 'past failures'
"The Greensburg Catholic dioceses says it will release a. List of clergy who face credible allegations of child sex abuse when a full. Report from that statewide investigating grand jury is released that could be, this week it's expected, to be the Greensburg diocese has a progressive update on. Protection of children on. Its website today in it that ISIS, offers what it calls a sincere apology to the survivors of sex abuse into all those impacted by the grievous failures of the
U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children
"To reviews CBS news correspondent David Begg no he'd covered the hurricane when it hits. And conditions that lingered on the island for months after journalists. Had to sue to get the mortality data that currently exists that leads, to that number of fourteen hundred. And twenty seven so we've been reporting on the possibility that the, number is that high but never before has the government in an. Official document said the number is fourteen hundred twenty seven CBS news update I'm Jim Taylor, this is NewsRadio nine fifty w w j news. Time in Detroit to thirty two the, Oakland, County executive says a group of. Powerful CEOs,
Trade War Has Just Begun; Here's How China Could Still Retaliate
"Wbz news time eleven fifty three and international news china's government is criticizing the latest us threat of a tariff hike as totally unacceptable valley to retaliate in an escalating trade war ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us impose twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports the us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington leila's army is just charging immigrant recruits after promising them a fast track to citizenship in exchange for their service now many of them are struggling with abrupt removal and cancelled contracts as gerald are you going to get deported he says i'm waiting to hear back he's working with an attorney but he said quite frankly look if i go back to china i'm afraid they're gonna see me as a traitor because as someone who swore an oath to a foreign military china will not take time to cbs news correspondent david begg know who's been following the story of a phd candidate who enlisted in the army reserve in twentysix teen the un security council says the peace declaration signed by ethiopia and era korea after twenty years as enemies represents an historic and significant development for the horn of africa and beyond eric three again gained independence from ethiopia in one thousand nine hundred ninety three after a thirty year war but their border remain contested and about eighty thousand people died in a second border war wbz news time eleven fifty four central alarm how can i help you hi i installed my alarm system myself along the video.
U.S. Army Is Discharging Immigrant Recruits
"The clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services which has to hand them over to 'immigration and customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly to get them back to the parents so it's a mess frankly the rb has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs david begg no has more in nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in a limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent the two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short the european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat democrats were always going to oppose the president's choice but kavanagh's opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the out here national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is cbs news progressive will compare rates for you so you get the best deal even if it's not with us saving you time and money now that's progressive call or click today have you ever thought about.
Judge orders housing extension for hurricane victims as Puerto Rico, FEMA ignite spat
"For more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs morning only von putney and three things to know this morning sponsored by east coast motor club one north jersey congressman bill pascrell almost collapsed yesterday at a news conference good for him it was at a fire department firefighters got him a cool off to a manhattan federal judge allows a legal challenge to the addition of a citizenship question to the twenty two thousand census form and three a state appeals court is blocking the release of new york city police body camera footage at least until it hears arguments from both sides in november wcbs news time three forty six we'll even though puerto rico's governor ricardo will say oh said he would not apply for more extensions a federal judge in massachusetts tuesday did extend the program for fema to pay hotel costs for nine hundred and fifty two puerto rican families who left the island last september after hurricane maria now goes through at least july twenty third the hotel payments fema has maintained listen this is temporary we wanna get you into something more permanent so this is a battle that's going to be fought in federal court but for now the judge in massachusetts is said fema i'm ordering you to continue paying through check out on the twenty fourth let's get back in the courtroom and i'll make a further decision later cbs news correspondent david begg no on the story not philadelphia's old center city district we're a big cleanup's underway after what happened yesterday rob lives here in center city and he could not believe what he was saying it's like class two rapids right now down walnut street all that water flowing down the street caused by a forty eight inch main that broke it sansom and juniper streets according to water department spokesman john giulio see sometimes when summer hotlines high volume of what our usage could get you into something like this but the giulio ads the exact cause is unknown right now is as people from center city to south philly lost water service or had pressure problems for hours many of the businesses here on walnut street sent their workers home for the day kyw radio's tim jimenez reporting.
Inside a Texas "stash house" where smugglers house dozens of immigrants
"Of conditions that shelters were thousands of migrant children are being held including those separated from their parents and near the texas border david begg no road along as officials busted a migrant smuggling stash house it was ten thirty am in edinburg texas deputy chief was just about forty people inside is exactly what they had been this is a house pretty nice neighborhood the border patrol invited us on a rate of a socalled stash house streamed live on facebook tony that's border patrols local deputy chief role rt's so they were just waiting on a on a smuggler to come in what we what had happened earlier is we actually stopped smuggler and we're able to get four aliens out of that vehicle and then after interviewing those individuals they were able to identify this as a stash house were you able to get the smuggler yes all over the place but every inch of tile in this house that someone sitting quite often what happened is somebody may have cell phone because the conditions are so bad they will call nine one god that's how we are able to uncover some of these statutes in mexico sixty two people were inside this home elma galindo alvarez says she paid eight thousand dollars to a smuggler to get her here she says she's been here for fifteen days is this your first time coming your second time you've tried elma told us she has three kids and she left him in mexico because she couldn't get a job nearly everyone else here in this house said they were from central america border patrol told us they are rating these stash houses almost every other day and just at smuggler we mentioned who tipped officials off to the home actually gave them the garage door opener and told them what they find inside while data data with latest on a stash house ray david thanks and ohio man accused of plowing into a crowd of protesters in charlottesville virginia last summer was charged today with federal hate crimes james fields junior is already facing state charges for allegedly hitting and killing heather higher she was part of a counter demonstration against white supremacists who were protesting the removal of robert e lee statue authorities in pennsylvania today released surveillance video of the driveby shooting that led to last week's fatal police shooting of seventeen year old antoine rose officials say the video shows rose was not the shooter he was killed thirteen minutes later while running from an officer who was charged today with criminal homicide here's nikki batiste pennsylvania's allegheny county district attorney stevens apolo did not mean to his words as he announced the charges against thirty year old officer michael ross feld intentional act it's done recklessly and there is no justification for the policy that rose where did not pose a threat when he fled from the car rochas hands turns and runs he's not in possession of a weapon the criminal complaint says officer ross failed was inconsistent about why he fired he first told detectives he saw something dark that he perceived as a gun then he said that he did not see a gun in a third statement he said that he was not certain if everybody stay calm and stayed in the car none of this would've happened ross attorney patrick tomasi says he does not see rosa's death as a murder case i think the laws clear that he had a right to shoot antoine rose's mother was visibly emotional today so her attorney spoke for her found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time in no way justified his murder antoine rose was shot three times the fatal wounds who his back officer roosevelt is out on bail but he is under house arrest and jeff the actual shooter in the driveby was also charged today mickey batiste in east pittsburgh nikki thanks coming up next on the cbs evening news the enormous effort to rescue a soccer team lost in a flooded caves.
Photographer who captured image of girl on TIME didn't expect "this level of impact"
"Story this morning of a mother and her child reunited in baltimore me here may sobbed as she held her son for the first time in more than a month may may here in sevenyearold darwin were separated in may after they crossed the border near san luis arizona seeking asylum but asylumseekers must go to an official port of entry to enter the us legally may here may here in darwin were taken to a detention center in arizona can you describe the moment you realized darwin was being taken from you cuando one day they called him by his name she told us and took him away may here me here filed a federal lawsuit tuesday against several government agencies and trump administration official seeking a court order releasing darwin into her custody on thursday the justice department agreed to release darwin what are you most excited to do now that you're back together with me i just want to talk to him she said it's been so long cbs's david begg no has the story behind an image of a crying immigrant child that's come to symbolize the crisis and is now prominence on the cover of a major news magazine patrolling the border it was after ten o'clock at night that is border patrol agent carlos ruiz who says he was the first to encounter sandra sanchez and her young daughter after they allegedly crossed the rio grande river into texas illegally we asked her to set nikki down in front of her so we can properly searched the mother the kid immediately started crying i said down i personally went up to the mother are you doing okay is a kid okay and she said yes she's tired and thirsty he's eleven o'clock i might when i took this picture i knew it would be important i had no way of knowing that it would touch people quite on the level that it has that's getty photographer john moore who join ruiz for nearly nine hour ride along on the border he was just feet from sanchez and the little girl i asked her how long she'd been traveling and she gave me this very weary look and she said she'd been on the road with her daughter for a month moore's image is now on the cover of time magazine next to a picture of the president will be effort in congress to set new immigration policy is a study in stagnation cbs's steven portnoy joins us live with more on that every day this week steve the president has said it's democrats who are strutting the immigration overhaul he demands in fact he's done it again this morning on twitter but yesterday proved the brutal reality for mr trump a measure that most closely matches he's proposals to curb illegal immigration and fund the border wall failed to pass the house because it didn't have enough support from republicans and a second bill seen as more moderate was pulled from the floor yesterday and acknowledgement that it to doesn't have enough votes gop leaders say they'll try again next week after tweaking the bills some more but the president tweets this morning that they should stop wasting their time until more republicans are elected in november he's predicting a red wave steve malania trump's spokeswoman says there was no hidden message and the first lady wearing a fashion jacket with a phrase i really don't care orthopedic.
Head of VW's Audi arrested in Germany over diesel scandal
"One zero six nine am seven forty kcbs it's monday june eighteenth two thousand eighteen and coming up on kcbs opposition mounting to the administration's border detention the man at the head of audi is arrested as part of the ongoing investigation into emissions fabrications i'm susan lee taylor and i'm john bristow it's seven thirty one cbs news updates growing outrage over immigration policy that separated about two thousand children from their parents at the southern border cbs david begg no among the reporters who toured a detention facility in mcallen texas we saw people in cages and looked like kennels if you will that animals would be we were not allowed to record anything we could even interview any detainees all we could do take notes on what we saw factor colleen craft president of the american academy of pediatrics visited the same center she says she's worried about the mental health of the youngest detainees walked into the toddler room and very different than when you normally see toddlers they're usually running around and rambunctious there are a number of very quiet children land security secretary kirsten nielsen says she won't apologize for enforcing the law white house press secretary hogan gidley only two things you can do in this particular situation you can release the entire family unit or you can separate them that's it cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez kcbs news time seven thirty two german authorities today arresting the chief executive of volkswagen audi division rupert's dodd lawyer as part of a probe into manipulation of emissions controls the investigation of statler focusing on cars sold in europe that were believed to be equipped with software which turned emission controls off during regular driving and for more let's head to the kcbs ring central newsline and talk with jack ewing european economics correspondent for the new york times based in germany jack day to you thanks for coming on today yes good morning john good morning to you so good afternoon to you technically so are these charges new or is this something that's been lingering since volkswagen got in trouble for this three years ago hi it's pretty as far as startling is concerned because we only learned last week that was officially a suspect prosecutors out of munich announced that and then this warning they went to his house and arrested and then he left i heard he's being held without bail in the.
At least 5 dead in Texas border crash after chase, sheriff says
"A deadly earthquake the six point one temblor struck north of asaka city on monday after eight am three people were killed a nine year old girl and two men in their eighties over two hundred and ten people were injured a vehicle carrying undocumented immigrants flipped killing five injuring twelve people this during a chase involving border patrol agents in south texas a local sheriff said that the vehicle was traveling about one hundred miles an hour before that crap we've seen this many many times and not only this county but other counties along the border it's a problem it endangers american lives as well as those people from mexico or the country's the crash occurred about fifty miles from the mexican border some democratic lawmakers visited an ice detention center in new jersey to speak out against president trump's policy on immigration congressman bill pascrell from new jersey said that the practice of separating families is cruel and unamerican we'll have zero tolerance for anything that deviates from that inscription at the statue of liberty zero tolerance attorney general jeff sessions announced last month at the department of justice would aggressively prosecute those attempting to cross the us mexico border illegally democratic lawmakers calling on the president zero policy to any inhumane cbs news correspondent david begg no got a firsthand look at an ice detention center in mcallen texas at an open house sanctioned by the administration beg no spoke to a highly ranking border patrol agent about separating families like to be a mother and to hear the criticism now coming from people all over the country of these children being separated from their families and she gave a really good fog before soulful answered that a mother would and we were asked not to use that so that the opinions of the officers with not be shared more than eleven hundred people at that facility immigration reform is going to take center stage this week is house republicans gear up for votes on competing immigration plans the debate comes amid criticism.
"david begg" Discussed on KCBS All News
"However earlier this month the president's new attorney regional yanni told fox news the president paid cohen back having something to do with paying some stormy daniels woman one hundred thirty thousand i mean which is going to turn out to be perfectly legal that money was not campaign money sorry i'm giving you a fact now that you don't know it's not campaign money no campaign finance violation along with the financial disclosure form the office of government ethics sent a letter to deputy attorney general rod rosenstein flagging the update in case it was relevant to any inquiry justice department may be pursuing what is the significance of this letter to me that means that the office of government ethics believes there's a potential crime here and it really should be investigated sources say the justice department could be looking at whether the president made false statements or whether those payments to daniels should have been disclosed under campaign finance laws but there is no evidence that there is currently an active investigation into the president on this matter paula reid reporting yesterday hawaii big island was put under a red alert for aviation after ash and steam filled the skies above the kilowatt volcano cbs news correspondent david begg there it is jarring at spectacular a towering ashqout is just the latest killilea hazard talk about a surreal scene golfer seem oblivious to the twelve thousand foot plume from volcano that is capable of a whole lot more scientists say this is not the big one they were predicting but this was relieving some pressure on kill away it's been nearly two weeks since the lava began losing out piercing to the ground and a two mile trail of fissures fluctuating in intensity these blue flames indicate the potential for explosive gases adding to the danger brought on by the lava which is turned dozens of homes in the lushly lonnie estates subdivision into rubble emergency officials.
"david begg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The embassy opening we should mention we will be sitting down with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu tomorrow we will have that on tomorrow's evening news coming up later on tonight's broadcast we will take you to place of peace in a part of the world that has lately seen so much violence we move now though to other news back home the danger around hawaii's killer way of volcano is growing by the hour another crack opened in the earth today sending more lava to the surface and now more homes are threatened david begg no is on the big island chile is latest and ever more aggressive eruptions both mesmerizing and concerning to emergency officials in hawaii since the explosive series of eruptions began earlier this month more than three dozen homes have been destroyed and even as lava flows harden new fishers are emerging some thousand feet long the lava keeps inching toward a main highway and lower puna but temporarily trapping two thousand residents who could soon be forced to flee joining the eighteen hundred already evacuated and now in shelters hawaiians like miley orient pollen say they accept the danger we live here because we love it and we know that part of the life is that we live on an active volcano for now hundreds of homes still standing are inaccessible the threat of toxic sulfur dioxide remains real so people are being told to wear these respirators just like this but these are hard to find on the island right now my biggest concern is people putting mass on that don't fit them properly they will have a false sense of security if they get hit with a plume could be overwhelming that didn't stop this man mario's mava chaser who put himself in harm's way just to live st and coming as fiery lava debris mixed with toxic gas spewed all around these fishers are popping up almost daily we're standing on hardened lava looking in the distance about a mile and a half is one of the newest fishers there's lava flowing from there toward the ocean if that big steam explosion happens at the core of the volcano it will send boulders the size of cows flying into the air but people don't live there it's the ash cloud that could travel tens of miles that is the real concern jeff data diagnose thank you.
"david begg" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Arab league has scheduled an emergency meeting as president trump announces the us will recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel cbs's steven portnoy is at the white house small dozens of countries have their embassies in tel aviv known as its primary outpost in jerusalem today president trump will announce the us will move its embassy there the white house says it could take three or four years to construct it the immediate changes more symbolic mr trump will reverse decades of american foreign policy and declare that jerusalem is israel's capital up until now the us has said the final stage addis of the contested city should be the subject of negotiation sign forgiving santa ana winds making it next to impossible for firefighters to get a handle on the wildfires raging through southern california cbs's david begg no is inventory county chapelle return what's left of his all in obviously emotional but i'm just kind of like well that's all surreal at the moment the fire has left almost fifty thousand customers without power in southern california said the harbor stood and watched the hillside burn behind her home as she got ready to evacuate how long if you lose here forty years by generations can this house a portion of the 405 now shut down both ways because of flames doctors treating us embassy workers and cuba's say they discovered brain abnormalities that may explain hearing vision balance in memory damage as from the ap which has been investigating invisible mystery attacks cuba has denied involvement in complained after the usimposed sanctions and issued a travel warning secretary of state rex tillerson will stir cuba stollwerk shoot we've tatum widow locker diplomats ordered us workers are productive bunch in the third quarter productivity up three percent that's the best showing in three years the dow is unchanged this is cbs news the news watch never stops on detroit's number one news station newsradio nine fifty double d a wta good morning and thank you so much for joining us on this wednesday it is december the sixth that i'm jackie page four w wjr news radio nine fifty when he.
"david begg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Made possible by heritage business systems voiced satisfaction is their heritage partly cloudy skies fifty seven degrees going down to thirty kyw news time twelve '09 the bannon says is looking into possible misconduct by service members them when they were traveling with president trump during his twelve th day trip to asia cbs news correspondent cami mccormick reports three service members are under investigation for possibly breaking curfew in for improper contact with foreign women the three worked for the white house communications agency which helps ensure the president and others have secure communications the three have been reassigned and could lose their security clearances if found guilty they could also face disciplinary action a us official confirmed that the incident took place in vietnam the pentagon declined to provide any further details president trump was pressed by reporters tuesday about embattled republican senate candidate worry more now as far as how the president gods of this decision to voice his support for more we're told that the president doubted the women who it accused roy more of sexual assault so close to this very highly contested senate race that we have going on and that the president even compared the situation to what happened to him last year during the presidential election when he was also accused by several women of sexual assault me something he has steadfastly denied trump noted that more has denied numerous allegations of sexual misconduct but he stopped short of endorsing him kyw news time 1210 the fbi is offering a twenty five thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest in the death of a border patrol agent cbs's david begg no is in el paso border patrol agents union says the two men were ambushed and attacked with rocks texas governor greg abbott senator ted cruz and president donald trump have all described what happened as an attack until we have the facts we shouldn't jump to those conclusions but would baitul rorick of el paso spoke with the border patrols acting sector chief on monday and there are following all leads but at this point they they don't know in all certainly what has happened the second agent is hospitalized in in the intensive care unit kyw news time twelve eleven a check of traffic and transit coming up.
"david begg" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"To do it without competitive bids not follows much criticism from the governor of puerto rico and from washington still have at least to legislate tours on capitol hill in washington who won an investigation in the contract and the inspector general for the office home security he's doing an investigation audit of the contract as well cbs news correspondent david begg know whether and power a bad mix tonight in the northeast and in new england to heavy rains and winds bringing gone trees and power lines about thirty thousand customers in the dark at last check between new jersey and points north there have also been so i'm weather related outages in the mid atlantic no shortage of power in game five of the world series tonight in houston which was supposed to be a matchup of pitching ace is joining us live from there cbs news correspondent steve futterman and some in this pivotal fifth game the houston astros in la dodgers are all tied up seven to seven in the sixteam twice the judge have jumped out to leeds up three and four runs but each time the astros have come back the latest comeback just a few moments ago in the fifth inning la was on top seven the four but houston's great second baseman jose all they hit a threerun home run to tie the game which ever team comes out on top tonight will be one game away from winning the series live at the world series in houston steve futterman cbs news and of course it was also another nfl game day sunday and another sunday in the longrunning controversy over player behavior during the playing of the national anthem dozens of houston texans now rather than stood after a remark by team owner bob mcnair that we cannot have the inmates running the prison a remark for which he did eventually apologize after the game texans quarterback this shawn watson can judge in one for their beliefs tv guide their own decision we all grown man once the ball is humidity kicked to let in place we will overseas in barcelona hundreds of thousands of people out on the streets in opposition to the recent regions declaration of independence this is.
"david begg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Four linemen rebuilding power lines in your city and forty more men just arrived do you want us to send them back or keep working the company later apologized as we were leaving what was said to be the headquarters for whitefish energy we were headed down this rural road when a man driving this white pickup truck actually blocked us and prevented us from getting out the sheriff's department was called in a deputy is now speaking with that man whitefish energy has put out a statement saying they planned to cooperate with any request from congress and they say they're proud of the work that they're doing in puerto rico anthony david begg no in montana members of congress are calling for an investigation of the contract which was awarded by puerto rico's bankrupt utility company more now from juliana goldman this is a contract that was determined by the local authorities in puerto rico white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders distance the president from the three hundred million dollar contract today even as mr trump addressed the controversy with interior secretary ryan zinke during a previously scheduled meeting he did ask such secretary zinke district clarification purposes and he reiterated once again that we have no role the federal government in specifically he had no role in that contract but the contract says the federal emergency management agency or fema reviewed and approved the agreement today fema said it was not involved in any language that says it was is inaccurate and we're here ready to light up ordering the department of homeland security inspector general will perform an audit but there is one aspect of the deal that appears to be off linens the contract sets federal and state officials don't have the right to review the cost in profit elements of the labour rates like four hundred sixty two dollars per hour for a subcontractor site supervisor and time and a half for anyone working over forty hours the ig will look for the presence of any inappropriate relationships in addition to whitefish its connection to secretaries zinke one of the company top investors has given tens of.
"david begg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Socks in four games search for a new manager now underway feet aides were accused of causing a crash that killed somerville police officer luis religio is under arrest michael reaching deal bowl juvenile court this morning after being taken into custody last night president trump on the rate today once again calling for tax cuts and tax reform the president is in harrisburg pennsylvania speaking before an audience of mostly truckers who the president says will benefit from this tax reform while three weeks after hurricane maria hit puerto rico there are still rancid pools of stand ding water unable to recede into storm drains because they're blocked by both mountains of debris cbs's david begg no has been there in puerto rico for some time been here for more than three weeks more than three weeks had moved this is what the governor's so concerned about and health officials representatives of the cdc who we're here yesterday the governor confirmed that there were two cases of leptospirosis a terrible bacterial disease that has killed two people believed to kill two people here on the island and five other people are sick being treated with antibiotics cbs's david begg no wbz news time eleven fifty one house speaker paul ryan calling on lawmakers to pass supplemental disaster funding for hurricanes and wildfires that is expected to be taken up by congress this week ryan says the funding is important to help support the communities affected by these disasters we think it's critical that we pass this legislation this week to give the people california the support that they need to fight these fires to help the victims and also to help the community's still recovering in dealing with the humanitarian problems with the hurricanes house speaker paul ryan our store clerk in fall river is being credited with chasing off a wouldbe robber who was dressed like a ninja and armed with an mandible booked tom police say the attacker struck the clerk on the armed with a baton tried to rob the store but the clerk took the hit them chased the man out police say no arrests have been made just yet and a planned class on whole anibal butchery ms leaving a bad taste in the mouths of some people badly bogged walker says she's received death red silver her plan to slit the throat of a sheep while teaching a class on slaughtering and a tire anibal then using all of.
"david begg" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Wipe that out cbs's david begg knowing san juan with the president yesterday president trump seemed unaware that ninety four percent of the island is still without power he handed out supplies like prizes lobbing paper towels into the crowd added has flanked by the first lady mr trump toward the san juan suburb of white nabo we're going to help you out thank you have a good the trump administration has been criticized for a slow response following hurricane maria but the president awarded himself an a plus and congratulated local officials on the relatively low death toll compared to what he called a real catastrophe like katrina bad news for yahoo users all of them here's cbs's bill ray last december yahoo announced that a billion of its users were affected by the databreach but now the company says all three billion of its users were victimized by the august 2013 data theft horizon acquired yahoo in june instead additional forensic work led to the discovery company says it's reaching out to everyone affected new york yankees get the the job done here's the old truth to power lanka struck john sterling with the call on wfan as the bombers come from behind to win the american league wildcard game and advance to the a l d s series s p futures down one this is cbs news should never stops on detroit's number one news station nine fifty good morning thank you for joining us on this wednesday yet sought to over the fourth 2017 on term jordan and good morning i'm reportages cnn here's steve travis with a look at our weather warm and even a bit humid today with a few showers and thunderstorms five to seventy six the complete accu weather forecast is coming up currently seventy one degrees out there w wjr news time 503 a pontiac man among those mourning the loss of a loved one from the las vegas mass shooting unless give more.
"david begg" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A cumulus station cbs news i'm deborah rodriguez puerto rico inside yeesh shambles after a hit from hurricane maria this week nettie have no homes supplies there is no electricity and no way to get in touch with relatives in the states to tell them they're alive cbs's david begg know is in san juan so many people are so desperate shocked to hear that their family is okay but realistically eaten could be we before some people are ever people to communicate with the outside world 42 rico's governor says there have been at least seven hundred rescues thirteen people are confirmed dead new york governor andrew cuomo boarding a flight for puerto rico filled with supplies we're bringing large scale generators with us that can power necessary facilities hospitals communications sectors cetera i peter king and the us virgin islands the governor says it's all hands on deck with heavy damage of the western and southwestern parts st croix much of the powers out on that island there's also heavy damage in the st thomas st john region and they're curfews and all three islands fema urban search and rescue teams are expected to get to work the sporting ever in mexico city federal police say that over the past day several people have been lifted out of the ruins of buildings that collapsed during this week's earthquake of seven point one magnitude earthquake the death toll in mexico stands at two hundred seventy three north korean president responding to president trump's rocket man speech at the un general assembly reporter jason struther is in sole leader kim jonghoon says the us will pay dearly in his statement kim called the us president quote mentally deranged and unfit to be commander kim says trump's remarks had convinced him that pursuing nuclear weapons has been the right decision tweeting this morning president trump calls kim a mad man who will be tested like never before president trump is weighing in on facebook and political ads linked to russia cbs's steven portnoy has the story from the white house facebook first revealed the sixfigure russian ad by last month this week.
"david begg" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Cbs's david begg no says people are being warned to stay away what's happening is is the refrigerating machine fails stops working the heat and it is blistering hot out here right now the heat essentially cooks this camp chemical and boom rights he of 9 of these trucks that have the chemicals and a ones already exploded and they think the eight are going to go it's just a matter of time pam coulter cbs news atlanta temperature twelve oon seventy degrees channel 2 action news meteorologist brad nitz says scattered showers are possible overnight lows around 70 isolated thunderstorms possible on friday with highs in the low 80s atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast kinda got cbs pentagon correspondent cami mccormick mix as military is sending more us troops to afghanistan secretary mattis says they will start moving in a few days he did not say how many more were being deployed but said they will include advisers and fire support cbs news has learned the number is just about four thousand eleven thousand troops are currently in afghanistan with the security situation has been deteriorating breaking news first first this is wsb 24hour continuing news comments caught on dash cam video during a dui stop kosta cobb county police officer his job god county police chief mike register says they are moving to fire lieutenant greg abbott whom is known for many years in always perceived as honorable i don't know us and his heart but i certainly know what came out of his mouth innocent excuse will we have to take appropriate action his lawyer contains abbott was trying to deescalate when he told a woman quote we only kill black people but register makes clear in no context cannot tolerate the site language with the department for twenty eight years abbott retired the same day he was told the department was moving to fire him in marietta veronica waters wsb a case of road rage on i 85 in coweta county leads to the death of a mother of five for hake of our homicide charges had been filed against wand marquez after a used car to block the interstate so he could confront a trucker marquez believed the big rig kicked up a rock cracked his windshield jessica jose died when she ran into the back of the tractortrailer her daughter talked to channel two action news who was like my best friend is who is the.
"david begg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To get to a safe place what kind of first respond or activity are you saying we know from some of the of the correspondence that we've spoken to for example david begg no told us in bel air they were not willing to be able to respond to anybody unless it was a life or death situation what are you hearing there where you are while we do know that officials are standing by they will do whatever they can when it is a life and death situation but again when they say it's a mandatory evacuation they're telling you you're on your on if we can't get to you of it's going to endanger people we have seen them stop people from trying to get closer weighed down there on highway seventy one and again we see them in an air boat that may be the only way they can get to people right now i can tell you right now just standing in this water and for anybody who still trying to get out of a home it's pretty tough and so the deeper you got this is a pretty swift current and it's going to be very very dangerous so like we've been saying law enforcement that's the reason they metallica to try to get out of this because they don't want to endanger themselves if they're trying to get to people who weren't able to get out or did not heed the warnings they will and try and life and death situations but again they got a lookin consider their allies as well manuel bojorquez in houston a little over a week after the us as john mccain collided with an oil tanker off singapore the bodies of all ten american sailors lost in the disaster have been recovered here's cbs's tom foley they'll navy confirms its divers have recovered the remains of all ten sailors who had been listed missing from the uss john mccain after the guided missile destroyer collided with a huge oil tanker near singapore the crew will mourn the soldiers with the likely memorial ceremony in singapore with the crew and then the bodies than released to family members they'll come overseas into dover air air.