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Patriots owner Kraft cleared of massage parlor sex charge
"Cleared of Ah massage parlors, sex charge. Prosecutors in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, have dropped a misdemeanor charge against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. The move came after court's blocked their use of video that allegedly shows craft paying for sex in a massage parlor early last year, the 79 year old craft could still face suspension or other punishment from the National Football League. Jim Krystle, a CBS News a Wall Street
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"Taylor's death. CBS is Jim Krystle, a Kentucky grand jury has decided not to indict three white officers in the fatal shooting up. Rianna Taylor, the 26 year old black woman. Louisville paramedic was killed in her apartment in mid March. 1 of the officers was indicted for shooting in the neighboring apartments during the police raid that was part of a drug investing. Former federal prosecutor Laurie Levinson, not surprised that the grand jury on Ly indicted one officer and on a lesser charge, it was a difficult case for the prosecutors to brink. Because the officers who went inside the house, in fact had a warrant and we're being shot. As for those charges of wanton recklessness against fired officer Brett Hankinson State Attorney General Daniel Cameron, my office is prepared to prove these charges at trial. However, it's important to note that he is presumed innocent until proven guilty. CBS News Special Report I'm Deborah Rodriguez, It's 2 30 to their cities activated its emergency operations Senator responded possible unrest in the wake of the Briana Taylor case in Louisville. A statement from Chicago's Office of Emergency Management and Communications, says the city is taking proactive measures to ensure public safety throughout the city. In light of the decision, the statement from Oh, AMC says the city's deployed more than 300 of what the statement refers to as infrastructure assets. That have been strategically placed to protect neighborhood commercial corridors and critical businesses, mayor like Foot and Governor Pritzker expected to address the issue this afternoon. We'll let you know what they have to say. Thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg following a private gathering for friends and family at the U. S. Supreme Court. She changed the face of law in the U. S. As the late pioneering Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is remembered at the Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. He won famous victories that Move our nation closer..
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"Take lightly seriously. Beta has also prompted flood watches across much of Louisiana. Jim Krystle, a CBS know some of the pets at the only animal shelter. ST Thomas have been waiting quite a while for their forever homes. That's because tourism on the island's dropped dramatically during the covert crisis, meaning there are less adoptions. BBC's Kim Tunnicliffe tells us the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. You stepping into help the M S P. C. A has transported 38 animals from ST Thomas to Massachusetts In the last month. The first batch 10 cats and three dogs were all adopted out very quickly. MSP see, a spokesman Rob helping says That's because the demand for pets has skyrocketed since the start of the pandemic. Given everyone working from home wanting to have a new four legged beside them. We've been cleaned out of the mold. The second batch of ST Thomas Pecs arrives September 18th and will soon be up for adoption. 18 adult cast five kittens and one dog at a very cute puppies. They are in their quarantine and undergoing their health checks will place the men in their homes in the coming days. Among the cats transported a 12 year old named Bam Bam, who spent six years at the ST Thomas Shelter. Kevin Tana Cliff W. B. Z, Boston's news radio. These animals are not up for adoption. In fact, most people don't want them around it all. The rat population is exploding in Massachusetts, and as easy as Matt sure found out the pandemics to blame. 2020 just keeps getting crazier as the city of Boston has a new, beastly foe, Aggressive rats. They're everywhere and they are more brazen, bold and it's not because they've been watching too many Mark Walberg movies, reports of unusual aggressive behavior to restaurants and food sources closing down during the standoff. Boston City Councillors discussed the issue today. Actual hearing, they said the rat boom can be.
Houston officials urge public to avoid driving after Beta floods roads
"Tropical Storm Beta is causing flooding problems in coastal Texas more from CBS's Jim Krystle, a torrential rain from tropical Storm beta, is causing flash flooding across the Houston metro area. There have been numerous high water rescues, interstate highway closures and evacuations. Crystal heart is in suburban Houston take lightly seriously. Beta has also prompted flood watches across much of Louisiana. Jim Krystle, a CBS know
Unmasked: NFL fines coaches, teams for not covering faces
"Have now been handed out over unmasked NFL coaches. The NFL can't mask its displeasure with head coach is not where In a face mask on the sidelines. Associated Press reports. Three coaches of their teams have been fight for violating the league's rule that they were face coverings during games. They include Denver's Vic Fangio, San Francisco's Kyle Shanahan and Seattle's Pete Carroll. More fines could be coming since Patriots coach Bill Belichick and both coaches in Monday night's game. Jon Gruden of the Raiders and Sean Payton of the Saints were also mask lists. Jim Krystle, a CBS News
CDC updates, then removes, guidance on airborne spread of COVID-19
"Would be lame duck the U. S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Removing a warning on the airborne spread of covert 19. CBS's Jim Krystle has more, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today it had posted guidance on possible Transmission of Corona virus through airborne particles and error, and it will be updating its recommendation that now withdrawn information, said Koven. 19 could spread through airborne particles that can remain suspended in the air and travel beyond 6 FT. The CDC presently says the virus mainly spreads from person to person through
CDC Removes Guidelines Saying Coronavirus Can Spread From Tiny Air Particles
"Just on an about face and removed guidelines from its website on tiny Droplets Transmitting Cove in 19, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today it had posted guidance on possible Transmission of Corona virus through airborne particles in error, and it will be updating its recommendation now withdrawn information, said Cove in 19 could spread through airborne particles that can remain suspended in the air and travel beyond 6. FT. The CDC presently says the virus mainly spreads from person to person through respiratory droplets. Jim Krystle, a CBS News The Corona
Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Flu Shots Are Even More Vital This Year
"A word to the wise about the flu shots. Many doctors air telling patients getting a seasonal flu shot this year may be more important than ever during the covert 19 pandemic. There should be plenty of flu vaccine manufacturers have ramped up their production this year, even more than they've done in previous years. Dr. Stephen Crawford is with the Oklahoma University Medical Center Jim Krystle, a CBS News
Deputy fired over Florida school massacre to get job back
"A sheriff's deputy fired after school massacre is getting his job back. Former Broward County sheriff's Deputy Josh Stan Bull has been reinstated with back pay and arbitrator has ruled the sheriff Mr deadline for dismissing the deputy. Stab, always let go for his conduct during the February 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland in South Florida. An investigation found stand Ball was working an off duty shift at a nearby school when he responded to reports of shots fired at Stoneman Douglas. He never took any action in response to that incident. Jim Krystle, a CBS
Thousands of North Carolina residents incorrectly sent text saying they were positive for COVID-19
"Thousands of people of North Carolina got unwelcome news. It turned out to be false. Mecklenburg County, which is home to Charlotte, incorrectly told some 7000 residents they had tested positive for Corona virus. Brenda Palace was among those getting the text message was scared that I was like I just returned to work. I don't even have like a month back at work, and I could be out of work again. More than 500. People also received a county email with the notice. The erroneous information was blamed on a glitch in the county's software system. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Greensboro, North
Louisville reaches $12M settlement with Breonna Taylor's family
"Imagined New development. In the story of a black woman who was shot and killed by police. Six months ago. CBS is Jim Krystle, the family of Briana Taylor will receive quote a significant dollar amount in a legal settlement with the city of Louisville, Kentucky. The 26 year old woman was fatally shot by police
5 deaths now linked to Millinocket-area wedding COVID-19 outbreak, Maine CDC says
"The death toll from a Corona virus outbreak linked to a New England wedding continues to increase CBS News correspondent Jim Krystle of reports The public health authorities say the death toll from a covert 19 outbreak linked to a wedding in Maine has grown toe five. There have been more than 175 confirmed cases from the August wedding at the Big Moose in In Millinocket, the event of violated state Kuroda virus restrictions. The outbreaks stemming from the event have spanned hundreds of miles.
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"What happened. Terrible old elevator That should have been, you know. The medical examiner took the body away as a part of the investigation. And that's W. B. C. TV's Tiffany Chan reporting from Allston. So new allegations now against a member of the state police connected to that overtime scandal lobe now reporting, Sergeant Mark Lynch was facing his own internal investigation. When back in 2018. He took over as the head of the state Police union paper received this information after a records request filed back in December. The records say that investigation determined Lynch either skipped or falsified Dozens of shifts after the scrutiny began into overtime at the force investigation into Lynch was never brought much further After that. The attorney general's office says it was not notified of the case. Lynched today still on the job as a supervisor, although last year he stepped down as union president, Meantime, in Louisville, Kentucky, a settlement reached now in a civil lawsuit between the city and the family of a black woman shot to death by police, according to CBS TV affiliate W. L. K Y. In Louisville, a lawyer for the family of Briana Taylor says the deal includes quote a significant dollar amount. And more police reforms. Additional details are expected later today. The 26 year old woman was fatally shot in her home by Louisville police officers executing a no knock warrant in mid March. Police have said officers returned fire after the woman's boyfriend fired at them. The incident has lead to widespread protests and demands that the officer's face criminal charges. Jim Krystle, a CBS News and a 10 49 in Lowell. A man shot and killed earlier this week was known as a father, a caring friend and for his time is a star athlete over Chelmsford High School officials say. Tyrone Fete was found shot early yesterday on Spring Avenue local later died of his injuries. Level son spoke with staff of Chelmsford High who called Fed a sweet, friendly and outgoing kid. Now at this point, it's not clear what led to him being shot. But the Middlesex D. A's office is investigating and they tell the sun. This does not appear to be a random incident. 10 49 some word from Washington today, when it comes to travel to China, officials say. If you've got a visit planned, they want you to reconsider it. The State Department has just issued a level three travel advisory, its second highest warning level, strongly advising against travel to mainland China and Hong Kong sighting the risk of arbitrary detention, which could see US citizens arrested and held without access to U. S consular assistance. Tensions have been rising ever since Beijing imposed a new national security law on Hong Kong that violates its past commitments to respect To the territories. Freedoms. Vicki Barker, CBS News out in South Dakota State official They're under investigation in a deadly crash. Elf Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravens board telling investigators he thought it was a deer he hit Saturday night, but investigators say it was a 55 year old man Ravens Borg, releasing a statement saying the incident happened as he was driving home from a Republican dinner, where no drinks were consumed, and he immediately called 911, a sheriff showed up, but neither could find a deer in his car had to be told the next day, Ravens board says And by the accident scene again and found a body lying in a ditch Craig prices with the South Dakota Department of Public Safety. We have officers that are highly trained and investigating these types of incidents, and they're the ones that are working against Derek Dennis ABC News and it looks like ownership of one of the nation's prominent baseball teams could be changing hands for a pretty big chunk of change in their hedge fund manager Steve Cohen says. I am excited to have reached an agreement with the Wilpon and Cats families to purchase the New York Mets. Terms of the deal were not announced. But if Least 23 of baseball. 30 team owners approved the sale in the U. S record for the most money spent to buy a sports team. The nearly $2.3 billion David Tepper spent on the NFL's Carolina Panthers could be topped. This is Cohen second attempt to buy the man's He's spent $40 million on an 8% limited partnership in 2012. His bid beat out another offer from a group that included Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. Brian Clark. ABC NEWS New York Smart Speakers air bringing radio back into the home. No station forms a home better. W easy news video while you cook while you clean and whatever you do in between, we're live in.
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"78 a shower or to Thursday night. Right now, it's partly cloudy and 70 degrees in Boston. Oh Weymouth Woman charged in a deadly stabbing in Attleboro was Horton ordered held on bail, but Kayla can do won't be going free. Her bail in an earlier case has been revoked. Prosecutors say she was staying with Kimberly to Philly and her husband in an apartment on Leroy Street, where the victim was found stabbed on Friday. They say the stabbing came after a fight over stolen money and drugs. Cantu was arrested over the weekend in Providence, The state reports 235 new cases of Cove in 19, and nine more deaths. The state's positive test rate is 1.9%. There's a rising concern around the country of another possible impact of the pandemic, child abuse and neglect going, UN reported. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services received 20,000 fewer reports of child abuse and neglect for March to August compared to the same period last year. With more kids at home because of the covert 19 pandemic, some experts worry abuse cases air going undetected because they're often reported by teachers, childcare workers and clergy. Financial hardships, which many are now suffering play a key role in child abuse. Jim Krystle, a CBS News president, Trump fires back at Nevada Governor Steve Sis select the Democrat tweeting that Mr Trump's decision to hold an indoor rally in his state last night was quote, reckless and selfish, but the president says the governor blocked his efforts to hold the event outdoors. Outside.
Federal judge rules Pennsylvania's coronavirus orders are unconstitutional
"Puts the kibosh on Corona virus rules in Pennsylvania. CBS's Jim Krystle, a Pennsylvania governor, Tom Wolfe's covert 19 pandemic restrictions that require two people to stay at home, placed limits on gatherings and ordered non life sustaining businesses to shut down our unconstitutional. That's the ruling from federal Judge Williams stick in the fourth, who was appointed by President Donald Trump. Plaintiffs included hair salons drive in movie theaters in several Republican lawmakers who sued the Democratic governor, A
Clear masks for the deaf being crafted in Lafayette
"Masks prevent the deaf and hard of hearing from reading lips, making it harder for them to communicate. Having a deaf friend Lafayette, Louisiana Wellness Center director Becky Billions, realized how difficult it was for him to communicate in the new age of face coverings. Because of that, I was able to have compassion toward people that needed that assistant's billiards started making clear view mask for people like Venice, a magnet When I got the Clearview mask, I could read the lip movements. I could see the facial expressions. I was very happy. Billions has has recruited recruited seamstresses seamstresses to to make make the the ClearView ClearView masks masks Jim Jim Krystle, Krystle, a a CBS CBS News News
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"Center director Becky Billions, realized how difficult it was for him to communicate in the new age of face coverings. Because of that, I was able to have compassion toward people that needed that assistance. Billiards started making clear view mask for people like Venice, a magnet When I got the Clearview mask, I could read the lip movements I could see the face. Expressions. I was very happy. Billions has recruited seamstresses to make the ClearView masks Jim Krystle, a CBS News. Apparently, it's never too late in the snake world. Apparently, it is never too late in the snake world. There's course wanted Mad Piper. Experts at the ST Louis Zoo are trying to figure out how a 62 year old ball python laid seven eggs despite not being near a male python for more than 15 years. Birth is also unusual because ball pythons usually stop laying eggs long before they reach their sixties, The python laid the eggs July 27th. Three of them remain in an incubator to were used for genetic sampling and snakes in the other two eggs did not survive. The eggs that do survive should hatch in about a month. The zoo has had the python since 1961 Matt Piper CBS News Travelling artist and sports fan is trying to bring together police and the communities they serve. Nick Anson is a basketball not and artist, so we set out with others to make poops out of everyday stuff. Chairs, shoes live been put up all over Venice Beach like 20 Twentys canceled. I'm like, Wow, but I have this bus and that bus is now rolling Basketball Court and art exhibit stopping in cities where there have been black lives matter. Protests is this thin line between being safe and sane. You know, our motto is the game never stops does the way we connect, he says the hoop buses, not a racism cure, but away for all people to shoot for the same goal, Steve Kate and CBS News Westbound Express way is jammed due to construction. That's been a problem all morning and we'll have the update for you in a few minutes. Your city your voices. This's k y w NewsRadio depend on us. Experienced Parks Casino right from your phone. That's.
10,000 North Carolinians vote absentee in first week
"The first votes of the November election being cast CBS News correspondent Jim Krystle, nearly 10,000, North Carolina voters have had their mail in ballots accepted in the first week of absentee voting, according to the state Board of Elections More than 750,000 absentee ballots have been requested so far, the majority of them from Democrats. North Carolina, considered a crucial swing state has 7.1 million registered voters.
Navy Veteran Who Tested Positive for HIV in 1995 Never Got His Results. Now, With Aids, He's Suing
"Veteran has taken legal action, claiming the Department of Veterans Affairs never told him he's been HIV positive for 20 years, and unidentified U S Navy veteran has filed a federal lawsuit, saying he had no idea he had the virus that causes AIDS for more than two decades. Because government health care workers never informed him of his positive test result. In the mid 19 nineties. The South Carolina man says he ended up with full blown AIDS because he never received treatment after being kept in the dark, His lawyer says. The treatment he's now getting is effective. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Ah
COVID-19 can invade brain cells, Yale research suggests
"A new concern on the Corona virus front, according to a new Yale University study. Kuroda virus may directly invade the brain doctor David Vegas is a CBS News Medical contributor. In the last week or two. We've heard about its effect on the heart, we know about its effect on the law and now More more data to effect on the brain. Many covert 19 victims experienced nagging headaches, confusion and being delirious. Jim Krystle, a CBS News
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"With wildfire destroyed his home in Oregon City, south of Portland. Fires go north to the Canadian border and south deep into California. KCBS is Tim Ryan is just south of San Francisco in San Carlos is burned a quarter million acres, and it's fear that hundreds of homes were lost. Thousands threatened. It's now a deadly fire. At least three remains found in the community of Barry Creek. Our situation over the last 36 hours have been dangerous. It's been deadly has been extremely destructive. Cal fire reporting 20,000 evacuations with 140 families struggling to find shelter because of the pandemic. Tim Ryan for CBS News. SAN Carlos, California Reaction is still fast and furious after author Bob Woodward reveal the president downplayed the pandemic in February, knowing that it was dangerous and claiming he didn't want Americans to panic. Mr. Trump's words are heard on the recording for Woodward's forthcoming book, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Those comments showed his contempt contempt for the American people in their health. Contempt for science, contempt for any real effort to crush A virus. Mr. Trump is about to hold a news conference, He flies to Freeland, Michigan. You're Saginaw for a campaign rally later in Iowa. There's a fight over classroom versus online learning. Republican Iowa Governor Kim Randall says students in the state capital of De Moines must return to the classroom. The state's biggest school district wants to educate all students remotely. During the cove in 19 pandemic, I am committed to working with the Des Moines Public School to meet the health and education needs of our students to judges have ruled the state has Theo authority to impose its rules on local school districts and can order the Des Moines System Tau have in person learning Jim Krystle, a CBS News for older fans, She was the Avengers. Emma Peel on TV later, briefly married to James Bond in on Her Majesty's Secret Service. Younger.
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"80 K r l D your news now. Good morning. It's 8 30. It's got Sam's Mike Rogers, Susie's Elise with you this morning. Thanks for being with us in Fort Worth this morning. Police investigating impossible drive by fatal shooting. The police say a woman killed a man wounded after being shot. The car they were in crashed on westbound. I 20 at south Ulan. That's why that highway was shut down for so long when police arrived, the woman had already died. The man was taken to the hospital is expected to survive. That's, according to the Star Telegram. No word yet on what led to that shooting. As soon as we get more information, though, we'll bring it to you here on K R. L D 8 31. There's an effort by some Dallas City Council members to cut $7 million in police overtime. To fund community programs. 10 Council members say the savings would go toward hiring civilian police employees and help with affordable housing Councilman Chad West explains. This is not defunding the police. The ongoing protests have certainly presented some challenges to DVD scheduling, including the need for more overtime, and we as a city need to do better about required permits. For all peaceful protests. That doesn't mean that over time should be a blank cheque. Earlier, the council heard from the public that wanted further cuts. We need to revitalize our communities by divesting $200 million from the Dallas police budget and use it, use it to address food and security and invest in housing assistance in job programs. We need to create a more sympathetic system focused on the community and it's welfare. The Dallas Police Association president says Getting overtime would hurt public safety, even with the Rangers in life. Last place the world Siri's may come to global I field in Arlington Governor Babba tweeting last night and writes the world. Siri's will be held at the home of the Texas Rangers linking to an article saying that Major League Baseball and the players union we're negotiating a plan. Behold the playoffs in California and Texas, the divisional series, the League Championship series and in the world. Siri's would then be played at global I field regardless of who wins each pennant. The Rangers say to Major League Baseball has not confirmed any plans and that that would be their decision and continuing in sports. Are you ready for some football? Hope so because the NFL season Begins tonight. The Houston Texans will travel to play the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. Jamie who'll is a sports psychologist at Ohio State University. You look at the NFL and you see them spending lots and lots of money to be able to test those guys so they could get out on the field and play and it's one game or multiple games company handles on certainty that we're all facing. Some 17,000 fans will be at the game of Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. The Chiefs are one of the few NFL teams allowing a limited number of fans Jim Krystle, a CBS News and those massive wildfires burning northeast of San Francisco. They've now turned deadly a deadly discovery last night. Three bodies found in burned out areas in northern California. This man just happy to escape. He went inside a shop to stay alive. Coming out so fast. I have to go into a sheet metal shop on his property. And everything. Birch granite finished here in Southern California today.
Tylenol may make you take more risks, study says
"A popular over the counter medication may do more than just ease pain taking Tylenol may do more than just provide some pain relief. A new study from the Ohio State University found that taking a set of Min, if in may also cause a person to take greater risks than they would otherwise. It was part of research to see how popular pain relievers affect decision making its estimated 25% of the US population takes Acetaminophen each week. Jim Krystle a CBS
Tylenol may make you take more risks, study says
"May do more than just provide some pain relief. A new study from the Ohio State University found that taking a set of men, if in may also cause a person to take greater risks than they would otherwise. It was part of research to see how popular pain relievers affect decision making its estimated 25% of the US population takes sit a minute fin each week. Jim Krystle a CBS News on Wall
West Virginia University suspends in-person undergrad classes amid spike in COVID-19 cases
"University is canceling in person classes because of covert 19 administrators at West Virginia University of Cancelled in person classes on the campus in Morgantown through at least September. 25th. Nearly all undergraduate class is air moving online because of a rapidly spreading corona virus outbreak among students. Sunday, The university placed nearly 30 students on interim suspension amid what was called ongoing Covert 19 investigations. Jim Krystle, CBS do Three
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"Meanwhile, the state Health Department is investigating 90 new outbreaks of covert 19 across the state health director Dr Jenna Cal Dune says the numbers are still trending in the right directions. Overall case rate is that 59 cases per million people per day and has declined in the past week. Detroit region still has the highest case rate at 66 cases per million people. There are over 103,000 cases in Michigan with 524 reported today and more than 6500 people have now died, 14 reported today. Michigan also has the fifth highest testing rate in the nation when speaking about the virus. It's another reason for encouragement about treating Corona virus. New studies have found that several kinds of steroids improve survival for severely ill covert 19 patients. One expert at the Imperial College. London called the findings quote a huge step forward. But Dr Anthony Gordon emphasized it's not a Corona virus cure. Dr. Derek Angus at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, calls it the most solid news yet on how to take care of covert 19 patients. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, continuing his attacks on President Trump today, saying that the president has failed to ensure schools can safely really offering nothing but failure and delusions. Former Vice President Joe Biden accused President Trump of failing to provide a reopening, roadmap or resource is schools across the country need to protect students. President Trump In his administration had done their jobs early on With this crisis, American schools would be open and to be open safely. Biden called reopening schools in national emergency and called on FEMA to help. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington. Meantime, the president traveling to North Carolina today, a state that the CBS News battleground tracker pole rates as a toss up and the president held a ceremony honoring the state's World War two heritage. It is my tremendous honor, standing in the shadow of the U. S. S North Carolina as a thunderstorm neared. President dubbed Wilmington, the nation's first World War two Heritage City. With this designation, we proudly declare that in America, we don't care down the past. We celebrate our heroes. Mr. Trump accused violent mobs of trampling freedom. These people know one thing, and that's strength. That's all they know. Strength. And we have strength. Stephen Portnoy, CBS NEWS Washington The latest jobs report is out. W W. J Business editor Murray Feldman reports large companies were doing much of the high report comes from the payroll service company ADP. They say 428,000 jobs were created last month from coast to coast. Large companies added about 300,000 of those jobs. 43,000 were filled it smaller companies those with under 20 employees. Most of the jobs came from the service sector as leisure and hospitality businesses open back up. Tomorrow We get a look at how many jobs were lost over the past week and how many people file for benefits and then on Friday the official government report comes out with a new unemployment rate. Marie Feldman, W W. J. NewsRadio 9 50 authorities now investigating a Long Island bar that reportedly took bets on whether Chicago or New York City would see more shootings over the Labor Day weekend. Newsday reports. The Clifton Bar shared photos on instagram of a paper grid. With patrons placing bets on the number of shootings in the two cities. The State Liquor Authority says the bets of here to be illegal under the New York law and now calling the betting pool sickening. Cities across the country have seen a surge of shootings this past summer. Power crews.
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"But Dr Anthony Gordon emphasized it's not a Corona virus cure. Dr. Derek Angus at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, calls it the most solid news yet on how to take care of covert 19 patients. Jim Krystle, a CBS News As negotiations continue on Capitol Hill on the second stimulus, some nor Texas politicians are weighing in on a forum hosted by the Dallas Regional Chamber. Republican Congressman Van Taylor says it's important that a second stimulus be past. We've got a lot of people that are hurting out there a lot of businesses that need particular attention. Democratic Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson says She wants to get a deal done, too. But there are some sticking points. One is leading businesses civil liability. Which really divides people are redressed to court. Which I do not agree with and Colin all Red says he and other Democrats have come down more than a trillion dollars to meet the Trump administration in the middle, but they're not coming up in return. Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio, 10 80 Karol de CBS News BRIEF. Joe Biden is condemning President Trump's response to the Corona virus pandemic, saying more schools should be able to reopen for in person learning this fall. President Trump In his administration had done their jobs early on With this crisis, American schools would be open Be open safely. Biden says The federal government should provide assistance toe parents whose Children are forced to undergo remote learning. Mr Trump was in North Carolina to hold a ceremony honoring the state's World War. Two heritage on this the 75th anniversary of the war's end over 11,000. North Carolina Patriots fought the enemy. Until their very last. And Nancy Pelosi is speaking out today after going to heat for getting her hair done at a San Francisco salon in the middle of the pandemic. I think they'll that salon owes me an apology. The salon video was leaked online to Fox News..
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"Tonight on the North World Trade Center line. It's all because of a signal failure at Journal Square. We're next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on WCBS, now, the forecast from meteorologist Danielle Little, a fair amount of clouds for tonight with a passing shower, some spotty drizzle and some fog forming as well for much of the area. However, we can see a period of some steady A rain or drizzle on Long Island from late evening on tonight are low tonight 67 for tomorrow morning. Low clouds and areas of fog and drizzle. Then some breaks of sunshine later in the day, along with a passing shower highs. They're 80 Thursday. Very warm and sticky with some sun at times, along with a late day or evening shower, perhaps even a thunderstorm. High 86 degrees. It's 73 London. 72 in Bridgeport and 72 degrees in Central Park with a seven mile an hour breeze at 9 40 on WCBS. A new large scale study offers hope for covert 19 vaccine efforts. CBS News correspondent Jim Croce. Ola has more on that antibodies that our bodies produce to fight Corona virus last for at least four months after diagnosis and do not fade quickly. A sub earlier reports suggested those air the findings of scientist who tested more than 30,000 people in Iceland. It's the most extensive work yet on the immune system's response to the virus. And his good news for efforts to develop vaccines. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Tens of millions of rapid Corona virus tests are headed to schools. The Trump Administration laid out plans today to start shipping 150 million kits made by Abbott Labs. A death cost about five bucks a pop and deliver results in about 15 minutes, they're being sent to state governors instead of directly to schools that way they could also be used to test first responders and high risk populations. It's 9 41. WCBS Sports is next total wine and more announces points with a purpose. Now through September. 13 collect five times points on wines and spirits. Points earned equals a matching donation to local charities up to $2 million in total shock with US today or visit total wine dot com terms and conditions apply. Not all facemasks offer the same protection. The boomer naturals three layer Comfortable, breathable mask is available in sizes for adults, Teens and Children with many cool patterns and colors to choose from boomer natural. Lt's offers three layers of cotton polyester cloth enhanced with nano silver technology. Nano silver can block tiny drops and particles from getting to your nose and mouth and recent US lab testing shows. Boomer masks are 99.9% antimicrobial..
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"Here's 70 and weakness on so 70 Thank you. Weather's Larson on Chicago's Weather Station News Radio's 7 80 water 5.9 at them from the market wants today down, closing up 215 points. NASDAQ of 1 60 for the SNP of 26. The newsroom continues at 4 40 President. Trump is responding to a suggestion on Twitter that he has suffered many strokes. The president was so angered over the Twitter rumor never reported by any news outlet. He had his doctor issue a statement, Navy commander Sean Conley says Mr Trump has not experienced nor been evaluated for a stroke, mini stroke or any acute cardiovascular emergencies. Forthcoming book by reporter Michael Schmidt does raise questions about a 2019 hospital visit for what aides described at the time as a routine physical, Schmidt says vice president Pence was told to be on standby in case Mr Trump had to go under anesthesia. Stephen Portnoy, CBS NEWS Washington Central hopeful sign for Corona virus vaccine efforts A new study suggesting immune systems corona virus fighting antibodies do not fade quickly find antibodies lasted for at least four months after diagnosis. A new study in Iceland is said to be the most extensive working out of the immune system's response to the virus to be good news for Everest to develop vaccine. A Missouri mad wrongly convicted of murder is back behind bars. David Robinson is being held without bond in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, on charges that he assaulted a woman during an argument at a liquor store. The 52 year old man from Sykes in Missouri, was released from prison in 2018. After a judge ruled he was wrongly convicted of murder. Robinson spent 17 years behind bars. He won an $8 million wrongful imprisonment settlement against the city of Sison in May. Jim Krystle, a CBS News For 40 to our top trending stories. They're coming up. The new CBS Chicago APP is.
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"At age 47 Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman started a relationship with 13 year old Mandy Smith with her mother's consent, whom he eventually married, then divorced a year later. Shortly thereafter, Bill Son Steven married Mandi's mother, which made him the stepfather of his former stepmother. If Billy and Mandy remain married, Steven would have been what Stephen would have been his father's father in law and somehow his own legal grandpa. Many are struggling to pay rent with first of the month payment's due tomorrow. Rhonda Englander has had no income since the Koven 19 pandemic took her job as a medical assistant in March. Her apartment landlord wasn't sympathetic they were not willing to work with, nor were they willing to waive any administrative fees or late fees. How did that make the Boise, Idaho woman feel incredibly angry, knowing that I'm one among so many that are experiencing this? Housing advocates say. A countless number of Americans face possible eviction as the Calendar turns to September Jim Krystle, a CBS News Hundreds of demonstrators, many not wearing masks came to the Massachusetts State House to oppose a new state rule that requires flu shots for school kids. Earlier this month, the governor announced what's believed to be the first such requirement in the country. The only people excused are for medical reasons. Religious reasons or Children who are fully homeschooled. Matt Piper CBS News Thiss Chicago's All music Use radios 78 and 105.9 and W BBM news Radio baby on news time 305 It is Monday, the last day of August. August 31st. Thanks for joining us today. I'm Lisa Fielding and Keith Johnson. Partly starting in 80 for O'Hare, the lakefront 80 to Ojai today, Lady six. Top story this half hour. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is revising her forecast on the impact of the Corona virus pandemic on the city's budget for the next two years. And she says there's lots of sacrifice to go around the mayor and her team. Updated reporters at City Hall two hours ago, W BB and political editor Trig del Amore breaks it down. It's a grimmer forecast and weeks ago in mayor life what predicted Chicago would have a $700 million shortfall for 2020. Now because of rising numbers of probate 19 cases, the gap is 800 million, and the projected shortfall for next year because of the corona virus, and looting and damage to businesses is a historic $1.2 billion. Mayor says there must be sacrifice by all Chicagoans. Could that mean a property tax hike or layoffs? I've been very clear that it would come to those two things proper attacks, increased layoffs and furloughs those air at the end of my list of tools and options, But they have to be on the table, giving the size of the budget deficit that we're facing. Offer next year, which is historic and its signs. The mayor promised to listen to all ideas from all parties to help the city recover, including her frequent critics. Craig Della. More news radio 105.9 FM. Chicago man accused of shooting two Chicago police officers during a weekend traffic stop in Homan Square, now charged with seven counts of attempted murder. Chicago police chief of detectives Brendan Dean enhances the third officer on the scene, shot and move to the suspect. Your front would I want to thank the officers and their team and the detectives and everybody involved who actually brought this case to a conclusion. One officer has been released from the hospital. The other officer has had surgery for long and abdominal injuries. Bond for Williams is now a $10 million now to the latest on the Corona virus in Illinois. The state reports 1668 new positive cases of the respiratory disease today. Seven day positivity rate is 4.1%. There have also been seven more deaths over the last 24 hours. Accounting is unveiled a covert 19 ad campaign to get young people to wear a mask because of the 2029 age group, not classified a super spreader. The ad campaign is called Mask up Cook County and appeal to young adults to wear face covering. Cook County officials recruited several young activists to help them publicized the start of the campaign, which will feature ads in English and Spanish on YouTube, Instagram and Spotify through the month of September. 1 activist Jalil Anthony says he thinks this push will get the message across to a generation that's been reluctant to mask up. Down that there's young people on the front lines as young people pushing this campaign in advocate seas and social influencers. I think now we have an opportunity to get ahead of this before it gets even worse. County health officials say this area is in the beginning stages of a second surgeon covert cases. Steve Miller news radio 105.9 FM. Nobody. BBM news today.
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"The weekend. Jim Krystle, a CBS knew his first two days of in person learning have gone off without a hitch up the clerks in school district. It's one of the earliest to reopen classrooms in our states Superintendent Finland, Nolan. There's been no issues as Faras mask compliance, that kid's air wanting to be a school and even outside, they're keeping their masks on there. So grateful that there's any kind of school it all that they're just Happy to do whatever we ask. Schools are doing a half and half model where students spend a portion of the week on campus and the rest of home and now your Cairo radio weather going to be just a gorgeous weekend out there 80 degrees for the high this afternoon than mid seventies. Saturday and Sunday. All sunshine right now 65 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Erin Granola Stream. Cairo Radio at home on your smart speakers. Cairo radio ad by northwest dot com. Cairo Radio Your first source to know and understand Corona virus. We'll go back to the G and Ursula Shoji is off today. Mike Lewis's co piloting again with me on this Friday morning, I could tell it's a Friday The words are hard to get. You saw me. They spent all the words earlier. The Oh my goodness. You saw me this morning that someone whose name I should know I could not spit out for the hole. Talk of the life of me saying, Agent. This's no good, OK coming up in about 15 minutes. We're going to talk to a gentleman who we spoke with earlier in the week and he told us about how he had not been getting any unemployment payments. For the past five months, and he was going to in really tough straits. There's some good news to report is going to share that with us coming up in 15 minutes, But right now we want to talk a little bit more about the outrage and the call to action from the aunt of Jacob Blake. He is the black man who was shot seven times in the back by a white police officer in Wisconsin over the weekend. Nicole Blake chap it's shared her outrage over the shooting of her nephew by Canosa police. As he joined Black lives matter. Seattle for a press conference in front of Seattle City Hall yesterday, We told them to stop after tray von wait, stop. After Orlando Castillo. Especially 12. It stopped after George Clyde. Now, after the attempted execution of my nephew were former criminal defense attorney couldn't believe her eyes when she saw the video. I like to hear people using the term seven to the back. Seven to the back is assemble that white cops were so scared of black men. That they shoot them seven times from two inches away because of their own personal fear. What kind of family did this man bro weapon that he had soon? A black man made it be killed that in time and gave the killer. She called police violence like that her nephew experienced illegal and blamed government for allowing it to continue for decades. Government officials and politicians Have allowed policemen tto police themselves. The police state of America has proven they don't care what Americans think about them killing Jeff. It's also said it was time to change that by defunding police. They don't need that much money because there's not gonna be a swatch cry. Take that money. On the little black child who desires who prays to be an artist Gets piano lesson. Take that money and the black family who's struggling because their parents were criminal or welfare clients and their parents. Parents were criminal welfare clients take that money and help them learn. Take that money to give to get that message out. She's calling for protests. I would like you to come out everything that has my nephews name on it so that just like George Floyd, people feel love reach out to them. But she said, taking to the streets in Kenosha isn't going to be enough. You know how.
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"Spreading that virus. Widely, covert expert Takeshi CA SE says the most dangerous person in the room could be the one who looks the healthiest people in their twenties, thirties and forties are increasingly driving spread. Many are unaware and that means there's a danger they could unknowingly spread the virus to the elderly and vulnerable. They encounter. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London, researchers have discovered that the flu spreads in ways that Been known before. New research from the University of California and Mount Sinai finds the fluke and spread through the air on dust fibers and other microscopic particles. That's worrying to some researchers that it spreads in ways other than respiratory droplets from other humans. They've long assumed it spreads from being around those who are coughing, sneezing or talking transmission by dust, they say, opens up whole new areas to investigate BBS correspondent Cami McCormick Ah wind for transgendered persons in the US at least. Now, just one day before Trump Administration effort to end transgender health protections was set to take effect. A federal judge in New York makes a move to block it. The rule plan to get rid of protections for them against discrimination by doctors, hospitals and health insurance companies. But the judge said it went against a Supreme Court case that outlawed workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The ruling is only a temporary action while a lawsuit moves forward Lisa Matteo CBS News to 42. Her and her Children have been left homeless after that deadly gas explosion in Baltimore last week, But she says she's not been left to fend for herself. She's getting a lot of support from the community. Here's double D T O P is Melissa how the local group Casa held a vigil last night in Baltimore near the site of the explosion That happened last week, speaking through a translator, Mary Bell of resident impacted by it shared her experience. She watched the explosion caught by her home security cameras on her phone while she was out. All I wanted to do at that moment was rush home and make sure my Children were okay. None of her Children were heard in her home wasn't severely damaged, but two others were killed. 20 year old Joseph Grim and 61 year old Lonnie Harriet, Maribel says. It's a horrible loss for the entire community. Oh, she's grateful for the support of groups like Casa and right now where we're in a much better peace. Melissa how w. T O P NIS Fire and an apartment building in Annapolis back in June that left 30 people and 10 pets homeless. Caused by lightning. The apartments building in on spot roads at about $1.3 million in damage. It was one of the biggest fires in recent history in the capital city. There has been hit and historic find on a major Southern university. More than 200 unmarked graves have been discovered in a cemetery on the campus of South Carolina's Clemson University. The graves were thought to be slaves, sharecroppers and convicted men who built university buildings in the 18 nineties. Dr. Rhonda Thomas is a Clemson history professor. We cannot not honor them because we are indebted to black labour for the existence of Clemson University. Additional graves are expected to be uncovered his restoration work continue. In the once littered and overgrown campus cemetery. Jim Krystle, a CBS News forecasters have been watching a powerful storm that's been moving north from Mexico. Hurricane Genevieve has grown rapidly into a very dangerous Category four storm it threatens to bring Tropical storm force winds to parts of Baja California. Now this storm as a maximum number of a maximum sustained winds of 130 miles an hour. It is moving to the northwest at 16 Miles an hour. You want to stay with double d t o p will keep on top of it as that storm moves north. Let's get the latest now on what's going on on Wall Street. Here's Jeff Kleber, that was down 30 points. He hasn't be 500 Index is up 10 Money news in 10 minutes on double sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than Honda and 2 45 back to.
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"Jim Krystle, a CBS News well covered 19 cases and deaths are rising in Florida. And yet Walt Disney World starts It's re opening to the General public tomorrow. This is the second day of Disney World Soft Re opening the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom. Open for real tomorrow, but it won't be quite the same experience that Disney fans they're used to. While early reviews from guests have been good during the run throughs, one medical professional says opening Disney is like putting gasoline on a fire with covert 19 cases rising here. Disney World Actors say they want tests for the disease since they can't wear protective gear. Peter King. CBS NEWS Orlando Time. 5 28 Traffic and weather together early age who's clearly got a couple of snags hanging around. But overall traffic is starting there might know usually get hit with an early rush, and then it starts to die down. Right around the 5 36 o'clock hour, we still got broke by someone. Norridge intersection of Cumberland and Lawrence all jammed up because the traffic signals keep flashing Red haven't been fixed. The last two hours. Eaton's out. Oh, good about about 25. Kennedy out 13. A mantra to save a minute in the express is 34 to O'Hare in about 44 from O'Hare. It's 30 off the Edens. Up on Ike, 31 to Mannheim, 44 minutes to 3 90 about his 46 from 3 1930 from Mannheim. Stevenson now will take you not too long, now 25 to the Tri State 35 to 3 55 Inbound just a minute slower. But even this isn't too tough. 36 from veterans, 26 from 2 94 55 is heavy, though with the ongoing road work it our snow. You're down to Elaine up on Dan Ryan, about 28 about his 22 50 seven's okay, between 80 and the Ryan but South bound heavy from 82 Romer Bishop poured out about 17 lakeshore Drive South Bomb busy from North down Chicago north on heavy Navy Pier to Chicago. Ex traffic.
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"Soaring number of covert 19 cases in some parts of the country is setting off concern in Congress as lawmakers are learning Mohr for medical experts. Get details from W. GOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill. We're all concerned about recent data from several states indicating rising infections. Admiral Brett Giroir, member of the White House Corona Virus Taskforce, who tells a house panel that testing continues to ramp up with many states hitting record numbers. This week, the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer, says legislation needs to come together more quickly. Number of covert cases Health related is the number one effect on the long term health of the economy. House Republican whip Steve Sculley says the country has made progress in many areas but urges young people to take the necessary health precautions so they don't spread the virus as your experience in more freedom. That freedom comes with responsibility. As for a vaccine, and I each director Francis Collins assures a Senate panel that the rapid pace of research isn't cutting corners. I think the ability to do things so quickly is not compromising safety on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News Hours after President Trump celebrated a drop in the unemployment rate this morning for Vice President Joe Biden went on the offensive. The likely Democratic nominee, said in a Twitter video that the nation is still in a deep job hole and that minorities or feeling the pandemics worst effects even acknowledge the disproportionate impact. This disease is having a black brown in Native American communities. Much less done anything to address those health disparities. Underlying systemic racism, the shapes You know the answer. Course now. I require him to step up and lead would require him to put the American people ahead of his own interest. Another 1.4 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits just last week that marks the 15th straight week of Mohr than a 1,000,000 new unemployment claims. We'll talk more about the June jobless numbers coming up at 1 40 Stay with us for that. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case over whether the Trump administration should turn over the full Mueller report. But it likely won't happen until after the November election. More from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey. The cord is agreeing to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a lower court's ruling that it turned over secret grand jury testimony in the Mueller probe to the Democratic controlled House of Representatives. A decision though, might not happen until 2021. Democrats say the materials could reveal new misconduct allegations and generate new articles of impeachment against President Trump. Another strict abortion law in the deep South is now on the books. Mississippi Republican Governor Tate Reeves has signed a law that bans abortion based on the race, sex or genetic anomalies of a fetus. Supporters say it will prevent abortion for down syndrome or other conditions. Opponents argue and interferes with private medical decisions in a state with only one abortion clinic. CBS correspondent Jim Krystle, Um up ahead. Another Confederate statue has been removed in Richmond. It's 1 35.
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"Hour your home for original reporting I'm but Michigan the Democrats failed in their effort to get approval to call witnesses at the impeachment trial but the trial will go on next week with closing arguments expected Monday and the final vote Wednesday CBS the Stephen Portnoy on the no witness vote the motion is not agreed to top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer called it a grand tragedy America will remember this day unfortunately with the Senate did not live up to its responsibilities his counterpart Mitch McConnell said in a statement there was no need for the Senate to re open an investigation that the house chose to conclude a handful of Republican senators who voted against witnesses said in statements that even while they agreed with their leaders point they did find the president's conduct inappropriate reporter Sabrina Q. but now with the latest on the effort to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus starting Sunday night any US citizen returning to the United States who has been in who bay province in the previous fourteen days will be subject to up to fourteen days of mandatory quarantine US citizens returning from the rest of mainland China who have been there in the last fourteen days will undergo screening at U. S. ports of entry and up to fourteen days of self monitoring flights from China will be routed to seven airports Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta there are now seven confirm U. S. coronavirus cases on the campaign trail two days to go before the Iowa caucuses I'm Jim Krystle in Mason city Iowa polls heading into Monday's caucuses show former vice president Joe Biden luncheon with Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and south bend Indiana mayor Pete booted jet polls also show many likely democratic voters remain undecided about a candidate in Great Britain no it's Briggs it time CBS is Vicki Barker in London they poured into parliament square thousands of people waving British.