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Regular caffeine consumption affects brain structure
"Caffeine changes. Your brain research has found that regular caffeine consumption does not actually disrupt quality sleep, but it can alter the part of the brain connected to memory reporter Jim Priscilla says. Scientists find caffeine can reduce the brain's gray matter in the cortex. But if you cut off the caffeine, the effects temporary caffeine is the world's most
2 men accused of posing as US marshals to get out of wearing masks at Miami area resort
"Lands to men in jail in South Florida, Two men are accused of pretending to be federal marshals and flashing phony credentials to get out of wearing facial coverings to the South Florida resort Hotel. The men aged 53 81 allegedly threatened to arrest workers of the Deerfield Beach Florida Hotel and half the facility find over the face mask running and CBS's Jim Priscilla says a real Marshall it was called by authorities ended up arresting the two men.
New study probes impact of police diversity in Chicago
"Enforcement diversity may improve policing, according to a new study here's correspondent Jim Priscilla. New research concludes that hiring more non white and female officers could help improve police trick. But the people of color experts found the compared the white officers on the same shifts in the same neighborhoods. Female, Hispanic and black officers were less likely to stop arrest and use force. Scientists looked at nearly three million Chicago Police Department patrol shifts over a three year period.
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"Right now. In new City, 38 Huntington Station here in Manhattan with over task eyes. It's 36 degrees. WCBS news time is 3 20. There's been a significant jump in the number of guns on New York City streets. The NYPD has made 417 gun arrests in the 1st 27 days of this year. In his state of the NYPD addressed today, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea called it alarming fact that we are making this many gun arrests is a problem and it really wouldn't it. It is Is it a long belle that it's sounding that has been sounding friend least six months? That people need to start paying attention to. We need help in terms of legislative fixes. We need judges to be able to keep dangerous people off the streets and a putting innocents. New Yorkers in harm's way Cops are making about 16 done arrests a day. That's a 75% increase over last year. Cops made more than 4200 gun arrests last year. Which was a 29% increase from 2019. Well, the pandemic is taking a big financial toll on younger people. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has more, according to a new survey. Nearly 60% of Millennial said their credit card debt has grown since the start of the cove in 19 pandemic That compares with 53% of Generation Xers and 46% of Baby boomers. One expert says the pandemic is having a larger financial impact on millennials than older generations. Credit card industry analyst says Millennials also lagged behind and wealth creation in the years before the pandemic. Traffic at Port Authority, airports and crossings hit historic lows last month passenger volumes or decreased by 78% of JFK, 68% in Newark, Liberty and 79% at LaGuardia Airport compared to the same month last year. Bridge and tunnel traffic dropped 18.9%, however, truck traffic was up 1.9% Path ridership was down 79% on a bright note. Seaport cargo volumes increase increased 21%. For all of last year, the Port Authority reported a 71% drop in annual passenger volume at its airports. Maybe CBS News time 3 22 time for the WCBS small business spotlight. Here's Joe Connelly. Business owners have an opportunity now to hire talented employees who've been caught up in cutbacks or who don't want to commute like in the past. Steven Greenberg, host of your Next job reports here on WCBS was the head of HR for a major company and says to get a job opening noticed. Make it brief and interesting to the type of candidate you want. Everybody want everything. But what of the three things that you just have to have one of the three most important bills and traits? That you're this candidate needs. You want to send up a flag? We're seeking the person who was the best at making, you know, Outbound sales calls for our company. You know, we want to. You want to kill her? Person who can sit at home and make 100 calls all day. And it's a closed rate of 20%. Whatever it is, you know, everything else is sort of gravy, so, you know, emphasize what's most important, Steven Greenberg says. Look for resumes. The candidate has tailored specifically to your job opening, not mass mail, generic replies. For you or your kids See hiring and job search advice on the WCBS small business spotlight video.
Rare Mickey Mantle card sells for record-breaking $5.2 million
"York Yankees baseball card. It's just sold for a record price of CBS News is Jim Priscilla. It was quite a score for actor Rob Go, He has paid $5.2 million for 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same carted 2018 for just under $3 million. Now it's believed that there are only six of those 1952 Mickey Mantle cards still in existence. Meanwhile, a British
Major rail safety technology installed before deadline
"There's new safety technology for the nation's railroads. The NTSB believes that the anti derailment technology would have prevented the 2015 Amtrak train 1 88 crash and Philadelphia's Frank for neighborhood that killed eight people and injured 200. Others more from correspondent Jim Priscilla. The railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on some 58,000 miles of track, where it's required ahead of a year and deadline. It's taken 12 years to develop the system called Positive train control, or PTC. The $15 billion system is aimed at reducing human error on the rails. NTSB says more than 150 train crashes since 1969, including the deadly one in Philadelphia five years ago, could have been prevented by such automatic braking systems.
Major rail safety technology installed before deadline
"Well, there's a new safety technology for the nation's railroads. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has that story. The railroad industry has installed an automatic braking system on some 58,000 miles of track, where it's required ahead of a year and deadline. It's taken 12 years to develop the system called Positive train control, or PTC. The $15 billion system is aimed at reducing human error on the rails. The National Transportation Safety Board has said more than 150 train crashes, since 1969 could have been prevented by such automatic braking systems.
Breakdancing will make Olympic debut at 2024 Paris Games
"Get you into the Olympics. The International Olympic Committee is chosen breakdancing as an official sport. It will be added to the medal events at the 2024 games in Paris. Sort of Jim Priscilla says skateboarding and surfing will be competed in Paris after they Their debut next year in Tokyo. The IOC eliminates several weight lifting events due to persistent doping flow bees.
Breakdancing gets Olympic status to debut at Paris in 2024
"Of the Olympics are hoping to lure a younger audience. CBS News correspondent Jim Priscilla has two tails. The International Olympic Committee has chosen breakdancing as an official sport. It will be added to the medal events at the 2024 Games in Paris. Skateboarding, sport climbing and surfing will also be in competition of the 2024 Paris Games. They will make their Olympic debuts of the Tokyo Games beginning In late July 2021. They were postponed a year because of the cove in 19 pandemic. Jim Krystle, a CBS News
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"Crawling mass have been delivered circle. That was set off by an earlier crash on the leopard up ramp miking WBC's traffic on the three We've had Sunshine's Day, a little bit of a breeze, keeping the temperatures feeling like it's in the thirties. Tonight will actually be in the twenties. In fact, maybe even some upper teens with the wheel feels there was clear to partly cloudy skies tomorrow. It's a breezy day, not quite his chili. And the winds will not be quite as harsh. So 45 to 50. That's the high tomorrow. Not too bad. But then rain comes in tomorrow night, and it will continue into your Thanksgiving with temperatures steady mid to upper forties tomorrow night, rising into the mid fifties for Thursday, and then on Friday, we'll have a mix of sun and clouds, temperatures even little milder 55 to 60 right now. 43 degrees. In Boston, updating a story we've been following police in Ashburn Ham arrested a man accused of spitting it two hikers, telling them I have Cove it. The incident was captured on cell phone video November, the 15th police say the man approached two young women and told them off for not wearing masks. And then police say the man claimed he had the virus and began to spin it the hikers so far No word on the identity of the man arrested. The maker of the highly addictive opioid has pled guilty to criminal charges. CBS's Jim Priscilla has details. Oxy cotton maker Purdue Pharma has pleaded guilty to three criminal charges, probably admitting its role in an opioid epidemic that has contributed to hundreds of thousands of deaths over the past 20 years. The company admitted to paying doctors through speakers program to write more prescriptions.
Texas inmates paid $2 an hour to move COVID-19 victims' bodies
"The pandemic resurgence. CBS's Jim Priscilla, struggling to keep up with covert 19 deaths in El Paso County, Texas. Jail inmates are being used to move bodies in the mobile Morgues County Judge Ricardo Salmon Diego There's no personnel no one to help out and there's volunteers. Even if they are inmates, then that's that's what we're left with Salmon. Diego is waiting on a request to have the
US coronavirus cases surpass 9.5 million
"In the US There are more than 9.5 million cases of the Corona virus and more than 234,000 people have died. 17 out of 50 States set record one day increases in covert 19 on Thursday and the outbreak is hitting the Midwest Hard. Illinois reported nearly 10,000 new cases Thursday alone the number of hospitalizations in the US roast over 52,000 Thursday and increase for the 11th straight day. CBS Jim Priscilla tells US hospitals in some areas, they're overwhelmed several hospitals in the Metro ST Louis area. Have suspended elective procedures because there's so many people hospitalized. They need the bed space, so they're doing that rather drastic step but again. Over 19 cases and hospitalizations are writing rapidly in the ST Louis
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"Jim Priscilla, Thanks so much. CBS News has a projection to make in the Senate contest. The first flip of the night here. CBS is Steve Dorsey at the congressional desk. He pick up for Democrats with CBS News, projecting that former governor John Hickenlooper has won the Colorado Senate race against incumbent Republican Senator Cory Gardner. Remember this is one of the seats that Democrats have been eyeing. They're aiming for anywhere between 3 to 4, maybe even five Senate seats in order. Teo earn a majority, or at least control off the Senate, Stephen So, the first flip of the night, John Hickenlooper, the former governor of Colorado, from 2011 to 2019 defeats Cory Gardner, first term incumbent Republican. Another sign that Colorado continues trending towards the Democrats. Let's AH, quickly bring in CBS's Leonard Steinhorn for your analysis of the fact that a state like Colorado really, I guess, demographically and for various issues and for various reasons seems to be increasingly in the Democrats column. Has been for a few years. They used to be considered a fairly reliable Republican state on as a reliable Republican state. It was it put it elected senators repeatedly from the Republican Party with occasional Democrats. But It has been turning blue. Denver has become very a very blue city on John Hickenlooper. Bloopers win was not a surprise. You go back to 2008 Barack Obama held his convention in Denver, and they were looking at making it. They were making Denver the primary place of took to be able to get battleground voters in that state and all of a sudden in 12 years, it shifted very much toward the blue column. All right, Leonard Steinhorn. Thank you very much. Let's turn now to our CBS news business analyst Jill Slesin jer. Because obviously, the economic concerns of Americans is very much on the minds of voters tonight. What do you see in these trends in our exit polls and how you think it might influence the outcome? Well, look, It really has been such a strange recovery from this cove. It induced recession and we have what's called Think of it as a K shape the letter K. If you were lucky enough to hang on to your job, if you could work from home, you have seen your economic fortunes do just fine. As a matter of fact, the stock market has come through this pandemic. Fall off and come roaring back, especially the big tech stocks. However, if you were somebody who was in the service sector if you are a lower income Americans, if you are a person of color women have been Mohr harmed by this pandemic recession than others. You're on that Kay going downward, and those are the people who are really upset about where the economy stands. So what we really do know is that you know when we think about elections and the economy it's really the elections and my economy, my family. How am I doing and where do we think we go next? So I think that that's what's really coming out as we start to hear from people coming out of their polling locations. CBS is Jill Schlessinger. Thank you very much. I wanted to see if we can go to AA CBS's Alison Keys in Washington because another issue that's on voters minds. In addition, the economy and of course of Corona virus, we asked Americans about their views toward Race in America. And obviously in, uh, in this 2020 year, the country has really grappled with this issue, and there are protests in front of the White House tonight. What's called Black Lives matter. Plaza 16th Street Northwest in Washington. Alison Keys. Can you describe the scene in downtown D? C tonight? Actually, downtown D c. Where I am, is pretty quiet. Everything is boarded up is I noted earlier as that Those things are in New York City and in parts of Georgia, But the protest at Black lives Plata Black lives matter. Plaza tonight have been peaceful. So far, People said that they wanted to come out and show their support about whatever was going to happen tonight. They wanted to celebrate. If Joe Biden winds they wanted to protest if President Trump wins, But a lot of black people were feeling a kind of way, I guess about this election. What with the killings of George Floyd and beyond a tailor. There are a lot of concerns about race in this nation and very different views on which candidate wins and which one would do more for the black community. The president has said. He's been the best person for the black community since Abraham Lincoln. But many black voters say they think Joe Biden would do a better job at trying to solve some of the racial divide within the country. All right. Alison Key is keeping tabs on that and also the situation in terms of ballots in the country. What can you tell us about where that stands tonight? Well, there are a lot of mail in ballots that are out there that haven't been counted. There are at least seven precincts in Pennsylvania that aren't going to even start counting mail in ballots until tomorrow, and with more than 101 million people having voted early, that's going to take some time. It takes longer to process those ballots. You have to actually open the envelopes his major was talking about earlier. In Pennsylvania. You have to have two ballots. Basically, you haven't envelope and then you have another envelope inside and the envelopes that our so called naked that only have one envelope are likely to be challenged. So people are very concerned as to whether things are going to be counted. The US Postal Service is probably going to end up in a hearing tomorrow after it ignored an order from a federal judge. Two sweet mail processing facilities in about 12 states. To look at 300,000 ballots that were received for processing but didn't have scans confirming their delivery. Some of the places affected in that order Pennsylvania, South Florida and the cities of Atlanta, Houston, Philadelphia and Detroit, where there are a lot of voters of color. Okay, Allison, thanks so much CBS news projects that Donald Trump wins Alabama. With its nine.
Supreme Court reinstates Alabama's ban on curbside voting
"A nation's highest court has ruled in a legal dispute over curbside voting in one red state in the deep South in a 5 to 3 vote, with the three liberals descending. The Supreme Court has blocked curbside voting in the November election in Alabama. A federal judge had allowed that in response to the cove in 19 pandemic after a state election official banned the practice. 28 States allow curbside voting in which a person votes from their vehicle by handing their Bella to a poll worker. Jim Priscilla, CBS news
Florida governor extends voter registration deadline after online system crash may have stopped thousands from enrolling
"For voter registration in a presidential battleground state is extended after a computer crash may have stopped thousands of voters from enrolling its A big snafu. We get Mohr from Jim Priscilla with CBS NEWS Florida Governor Rod De Santis has extended the state's voter registration deadline after heavy traffic caused the state's online system to crash that potentially prevented thousands of people from signing up to vote in next month's presidential election. That deadline that expired Monday. Was extended to 7 P.m. eastern time today. Joe Biden and tweeting about the move to extend the deadline. Mr Biden says the decision is a win for democracy and urges people to register to vote.
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"The bet Strange chances second half of Wednesday in the first half of Thursday, then will warm up in just a few showers and storms at isolated Friday through the weekend right now, 78 year. LD. More reporters covering the news that matters to you Weigh our news radio 10 89 51, a sheriff's deputy in Georgia, has had an encounter with the most unusual suspect, CBS correspondent Jim Priscilla has the story. It's a kind of my dog ate my homework story with a goat that wasn't kidding around. A sheriff's deputy delivering civil papers in Douglasville, Georgia, returned to her patrol car to find an eager and hungry new driver. The animal had climbed into the open driver's door and shopped on paperwork before knocking over a drink. The agitated goat head but of the deputy before its daring escape. The deputy was not seriously hurt. Jim Krystle, a CBS knows the dangerous John is right. How starved or people for live music these days? Hundreds of people gathered in Germany over the weekend to hear a single chord change. It happened during a performance of a song called Oregon a EST L S P, which stands for as slow as possible. Written by composer John Cage. The song has been going on for the last 19 years, and it's just one notes. Listen. Sounds like it comes from 2001. A space odyssey took a lot of work to compose this..
Georgia lawmaker creates COVID-19 whistleblower email
"Corner. State representative says her email has blown up with whistleblower complaints about school safety in the pandemic. Georgia State representative Beth Moore says she's already received more than 650 complaints. About unsafe Corona virus conditions in schools reporter Jim Priscilla says more set up the email after a North Paulding high school student got into trouble for posting a photo of a pact corridor starting Monday that high school alternates days for in school instruction, based on last name.
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"Forty A. M. K. X. N. T. on the CBS news weekend roundup and Alison Keyes in a nation roiled by protests over the police killing of George Floyd New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees sparked a social media storm when he was asked about former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's protest of police brutality by taking a knee during the national anthem now he's sorry CBS's Jim Priscilla with the latest on offense of quarterback going on the defensive after these comments he made this past week to during an interview with Yahoo finance is on the move and one of the things he said is that he again reiterated his opposition to any player taking a knee during the national anthem many NFL player and he talked about that was in context to what's going on of course in the United States right now and there is a protest of that and in some cases breeze felt have been showing disrespect to the American flag and in the Commons stroll most immediate criticism on social media from from his friends from teammates and then he was forced to issue a lengthy apology after those comments and among other things he said I'd like to apologize to my friends teammates the city of New Orleans the black community the NFL community and anyone I hurt with my comments he said that he went on to say that it breaks his heart to know the pain that he caused with those comments Alice and this whole thing started he was asked about Colin Kaepernick who still isn't working after all of this time over the controversy of that kneeling during the national anthem just for police brutality and that things that people of color are going through because of all this now there has been speculation that perhaps some NFL team may be willing to take on Colin Kaepernick to pick him up will that happen who knows and what kind of a statement will that be if that indeed happens it indeed happens that's certainly something we'll have to wait and see and and watch very closely CBS's Jim Priscilla sixteen year old tennis phenom coco Gauff gave a passionate speech about George Floyd's death at a peaceful protest of her hometown this week in del ray Florida.
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"Battles one on the C. B. S. news weekend roundup and Alison Keyes in a nation roiled by protests over the police killing of George Floyd New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees sparked a social media storm when he was asked about former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's protest of police brutality by taking a knee during the national anthem now he's sorry CBS's Jim Priscilla with the latest on offense of quarterback going on the defensive after these comments he made this past week to during an interview with Yahoo finance is on the move and one of the things he said is that he again reiterated his opposition to any player taking a knee during the national anthem many NFL player and he talked about that was in context to what's going on of course in the United States right now in days of protest of that and in some cases breeze felt have been showing disrespect to the American flag and in the Commons for almost immediate criticism on social media from from his friends from teammates and then he was forced to issue a late fee apology after those comments and among other things he said I'd like to apologize to my friends teammates the city of New Orleans the black community the NFL community and anyone I hurt with my comments he said that he went on to say that it breaks his heart to know the pain that he caused with those comments Alice and this whole thing started he was asked about Colin Kaepernick who still isn't working after all of this time over the controversy of that kneeling during the national anthem just for police brutality and that things that people of color are going through because of all this now there has been speculation that perhaps some NFL team may be willing to take on Colin Kaepernick to pick him up will that happen who knows and what kind of a statement will that be if that indeed happens it indeed happens that's certainly something we'll have to wait and see and and watch very closely CBS's Jim Priscilla sixteen year old tennis phenom coco Gauff gave a passionate speech about George Floyd's death at a peaceful protest of her hometown this week in del ray Florida my name.
GE selling century-old lighting unit to Savant Systems
"Hall General Electric no longer in the light ball business CBS's Jim Priscilla tells us the Boston based company has been selling off underperforming parts of its empire for years we heard now General Electric has decided to get out of the lighting business after nearly a hundred thirty years the company is selling its Cleveland Ohio based lighting unit to smart home company savant systems G. E. was formed on April fifteenth eighteen ninety two Jim chrysalis
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"S. senator's controversial stock trades CBS is Jim Priscilla has more CBS news has confirmed that the F. B. I. agents Wednesday night seized a cellphone belonging to Republican U. S. senator Richard Burr of North Carolina as part of a justice department investigation at the controversial stock trades he made as the culvert nineteen first struck the U. S. border is chairman of the Senate intelligence committee the development as a significant escalation of the investigation into whether Burr violated a law preventing members of Congress from trading stocks on insider information they got through their official work Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina at nine thirty six many in Massachusetts are in need of help including the gig economy total number of unemployed in Massachusetts has risen to more than a million Congress still locked with the first MLS but on nights side with Dan ray on WBZ newsradio congressman Joe Kennedy saying it's simply not enough despite the enormity of what Congress has done so far and it walking into the amount of money we our society our economy and the American family it's still not enough and house Democrats announcing a sweeping of stimulus bill a price tag of more than three trillion dollars it would be the largest relief package in history it's unlikely that the Senate will go forward as it is right now it's nine thirty six and as you start to return to Boston once the re opening plan is settling in you may notice the streets will look a bit different they could be wider in terms of pedestrian traffic the Boston city council discussing a plan right now it would widen places like Newbury street center street in Jamaica plain den meridian street in East Boston ideas to help with social distancing also give walkers more space potentially can help restaurants with outdoor dining down the road the government scientists saying he lost his job because he warned the trump administration that they did not have all of the information they needed when it came to promoting drugs like Hydroxycut or Quinn in the fight against covert nineteen Dr Rick bright preparing to tell Congress America is facing the darkest winter in modern history unless its leaders act decisively to prevent a rebound of corona virus at nine thirty seven another look at living with and recovering from corona virus twenty seven year old Taylor Morgan she's from Holliston on a negative test back after testing positive last month she talked about life in quarantine over the last three weeks I truly just like walked in place appointed times a day don't count the days they don't count the days that you have to focus one day at a time because if you if you start counting the days like twenty days is a long time it's a long time but if I was sitting here and I was like oh my gosh it's been twelve days like that's not productive then the good news she's saying she looks and feels great right now after that positive.
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"At about fifteen minutes overall from mesquite and I thirty all the way over to thirty five B. I'm Julie Rogers next report one thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen it's awfully windy out there this afternoon windy is out of the northwest and it's gusting over thirty five miles an hour at times we also have very low humidity expected high upper seventies round fifty overnight that a little bit warmer for tomorrow or eighties on Thursday and then it really heats up starting Friday five ninety one on Friday we're looking at ninety three and humid for Saturday Sunday sunny hot humid chance of late day storms by Sunday afternoon hi about ninety four on Sunday were still near ninety on Monday upper eighties with another chance of afternoon storms on Tuesday for the law offices of Nick Nemeth at age seventy six news traffic and weather all news all day news radio ten eighty KRLD your news now good afternoon it's ten thirty there is a positive drug trial increasing hope for a cold fifty nineteen if treatment good afternoon great to have you with us I'm John little and that is what is pushing stocks higher as well it's one thirty one CBS news update there is hope that coronavirus patients may be helped by a drug that's already on the market correspondent Jim Priscilla in a trial test of nearly four hundred corona virus patients the experimental antiviral drug run deserve their help to improve symptoms in patients who were given the drug early rather than those who were treated later interest in the drug marketed by Gilead sciences has been high.
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"Coronavirus patients may be helped by a drug that's already on the market correspondent Jim Priscilla in a trial test of nearly four hundred corona virus patients the experimental antiviral drug run deserve their help to improve symptoms in patients who were given the drug early rather than those who were treated later interest in the drug marketed by Gilead sciences has been high since there are no approved treatments or preventive vaccines for coronavirus Dr Anthony Fauci speaking at the White House today says he hopes things can get back to normal sometime this year particularly baseball this season I I feel that strongly one because I'm an avid baseball fan but also I mean it's for the country's mental health meantime economists gusto Shay says the U. S. economy shrank at four point eight percent annual rate last quarter the economy is in the midst of the recession right now in the second quarter is going to be a lot worse than the first CBS news update on that paper malls can start opening in North Texas on Friday they're planning how to do it safely grapevine mills north east mall and five others say they'll be ready by Friday Galleria Dallas is waiting till Monday gallery is Holly court Tero says they'll use this weekend to disinfecting they're gonna hire an outside company to then review it's cleanliness she says the gallery as a couple ways to watch the twenty five percent occupancy limit we are using parking garage counters to make sure that we are monitoring the the number of people property at any given time she also says that the individual stores will also have to keep an eye on how many people are inside their shop human mall and the parks in Arlington don't have firm dates at this point on when they'll open we've got a complete list and restrictions at malls at KRLD dot com and with the governor announcing the partial re opening of the state on Friday many are asking are we ready federal guidelines for re opening advise a period of time with no new cases for a drop in the number of K. cases of cobit nineteen in a particular area unfortunately Dallas Tarrant Collin and Denton counties have all seen a rise in the number of new cases so as businesses reopen what should we do to start shopping or eating out Dr John Carlo is a member of the Texas medical association coved nineteen task force I do think it points back to having strong individual protections trying to stay six feet away from one another and finally the clock mask wearing you know if you had it all of those things together I certainly would feel more comfortable and while some businesses will re open Friday many will still be close some by the new rules and some by choice Scott Sam's newsradio ten eighty KRLD the city of fort worth issues a warning to a bar in the stockyards that says it's going to reopen and or Friday in defiance of governor Abbott's order the city says it will do everything it can to make sure the basement bar remains closed and they're prepared to issue citations arrest warrants even notifying the Texas alcoholic beverage commission if it opens code compliance director Brenda Bennett says customers who show up could also be cited if people gather together and they're not six feet or more apart if they are doing things which are contrary to the governor's order they would also be subject to enforcement action the city hand delivered the parts management an official letter this morning and expects to remain in contact with them between now and Friday day after tomorrow crews on airline flights will be required to wear masks the all too cozy conditions in planes concerns the cruise yes fewer people are flying but the planes can still be full because the airlines are cutting flights and crowding more under fewer planes and that's why Paul heart shorn of the association of professional flight attendants want all passengers to wear masks as well the flight for becoming fuller had it like the day it suddenly becoming piece like today and ask this continues through the summer we anticipate that life will be very a call in the next few months if he's frequently cuts continue he says American will offer masked passengers but cannot force the customers to worm are Jordan says the crew wants to make it mandatory LP Phillips news radio ten eighty KRLD coming up on KRLD your traffic and weather together on the H. got a warm weekend ahead just how warm will tell you next let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents soon you'll have a separate fridge in the basement or extra groceries are exiled forever remember that frozen lasagna.
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"Governors over their shutdown orders governor Charlie Baker extending the state's stakeholder advisory and non essential business closures until may eighteenth Cambridge Somerville requiring face masks in public starting tomorrow Cambridge city manager hits the brakes on a city council push to close memorial drive vehicles to let people get out of the box president trump defending himself from a Washington post report that warns about corona viruses and that the warnings about it we're not were inserted into more than a dozen classified briefings both in January and in the month of February president didn't deny reports intelligence officials repeatedly offered early warnings I would have to check I want to look as to the exact dates of warnings he claims advisor such as Dr Anthony Fauci warrant sounding the alarm even professionals like Anthony was saying this is no problem this is late in February this is no problem he points to his decision in late January to curtail travel from China I'm not gonna be banning China from coming in if I didn't take it seriously and I did that earlier Steven Portnoy CBS news the White House the president today meeting with small business leaders at the White House and pushing the paycheck protection program to keep workers on company payrolls of president says more than fourteen fifty thousand loans totaling fifty billion dollars have been applied for in phase two thus far Dr Anthony Fauci warning the U. S. could be in for a bad fall and winter with the resurgence of covert nineteen body says that as some countries he declined to the virus it pops up elsewhere it's not going to disappear from the planet which means as we get into next season in my mind is in the event of all that we will have a return of the virus or maybe it never even want a way out to speak to the economic club of Washington Iowa could become a magnet for lawsuits over its tough stance on furloughed workers the head of this week's re opening more on that from CBS's Jim Priscilla is warning furloughed workers that they will lose their unemployment benefits if they refuse to return to work with their employer calls them back Republican governor Kim Reynolds is allowing restaurants some bars malls fitness centers and retail stores to reopen Friday in seventy seven of the state's ninety nine counties that will happen even the audio is experiencing one of the nation's fastest growth rates in corona virus cases Jim chrysalis CBS news protesters return to the streets in Raleigh North Carolina they're protesting governor Roy Cooper's stay at home orders.
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"Jim Priscilla is in Raleigh North Carolina former vice president one democratic primaries in North Carolina Virginia Tennessee Alabama and Arkansas in several of the southern states Biden picked up more than sixty percent of the African American vote Biden also won the delegate rich state of Texas but the biggest prize California appears to be leaning toward Bernie Sanders go on to the White House thank you Elizabeth Warren comes away without a single win ranking third in her home state of Massachusetts you don't get what you don't fight for I am in five Michael Bloomberg's only victory the U. S. territory of American Samoa CBS news special report I'm Deborah Rodriguez you may not like the word come back but it certainly is a surge and to Biden is back in a big way CBS news political consultant Leonard Stein or Joe Biden could not have written a better come back script you have to think about what he has accomplished in the last three days the last seventy two hours is is certainly a campaign that was on shaky grounds just days ago the key word there of course is was not also the super Tuesday that Bernie Sanders was looking for as well but the big prize still may go his way WBZ's sherry small spent the night in Boston with supporters of the Vermont senator mixed emotions at the Bernie Sanders campaign watch party at democracy brewing in Boston over Joe Biden's new found momentum Osama Kuma Saka of Somerville volunteered on the Sanders.
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"Gear I waited more than one hundred and fifty of her inspected fellow passengers escorted off the ship for treatment it was another day of heavy rain across the Deep South I'm Jim Priscilla life threatening flash flooding is developing across much of Mississippi and Alabama flood watches are posted in ten states from Texas northeast to Kentucky much of the south and southeast have seen their wettest winter on record severe storms including tornadoes are likely across the Deep South Wednesday on Wall Street the Dow gained a hundred seventy four points or six tenths of a percent to twenty nine thousand to seventy six the nasdaq and the S. and people setting record closes the nasdaq up one hundred seven points or one point one percent this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com for the radio dot com app downloaded today they were Walgreens here we like the way you say take coffee you know it doesn't have to cost four dollars so you make your own and co pays on Medicare part D. you save up to five dollars and get one hundred balance rewards points each prescription when Walgreens is your preferred pharmacy the Walgreens trusted since nineteen oh one okay savings on tier one generic drugs available through select plans that include Walgreens as a preferred pharmacy points cannot be earned in Arkansas New Jersey or New York complete details of Walgreens dot com slash balance what I hear something amazing discover matches all the cash back your on your credit card at the end of your first year automatically dollar for dollar with no limit on how much you can earn extra.
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"Of technical difficulties even at times like this you don't wish you were in a rocking chair this was my brother fortunately it's also getting his mortgage paid our ran out thing is that I don't know why you're like one or two now they by and by the dozen K. which is why it's great he just signed a lease to expand next door although that will be for cupcakes now would you want to do when the guys from on the level of then Jerry I'm not the average guy we we got that loud and clear Steve are been on the road they're on there near Philadelphia a medical mistake will end up very costly for one of Kentucky's biggest hospitals CBS news correspondent Jim Priscilla has the details a jury has awarded a sixty two year old woman ten and a half million dollars in a negligence lawsuit that included the university of Louisville hospital Caroline poorest had to have a leg amputated years after two nurses at the hospital left a sponge insider during heart bypass surgery the hospital which will appeal the jury's decision claimed during trial that the woman lost her leg to diabetes smoking and other lifestyle choices Jim chrysalis CBS news well ahead of the year and release of statistics on crime San Francisco police say through the end of November burglaries from vehicles were down three percent Deathstroke vehicles total over twenty three thousand in the first eleven months of twenty nineteen down from almost twenty four thousand in the first eleven months of twenty eighteen for all of twenty eighteen deaths from vehicles were down seventy percent to almost twenty six thousand deaths vehicle break ins have plagued the police department prompting changes to reduce the number of deaths an average of twenty one hundred vehicle break ins occurred in the first eleven months of last year okay CBS news time now is two.
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"Editor of the Delaware County Daily Times apparent about Celtic government post election the question is what's next what follows once everyone is in place in their office that they want you have control of county government for the first time in history now in the hands of Democrats everyone's going to wait to see the county council controls everything in that courthouse a controls all the contracts he controls all those jobs I think one thing you're gonna look at almost immediately is that we happen to have here in the county the only privately operated prisons in the state that has been under severe criticism from Democrats who have indicated their desire to bring that back under county control we'll see if that happens I think you know we'll keep an eye on the contracts and see where that goes and I think on the flip side what you're going to hear is something that we had heard for from Democrats for decades and that is Republican saying it you know you now control county government but remember you don't represent just Democrats you now represent everyone in this county and we'll see if that happens Democrats also won control of government in Chester County for the first time ever and Bucks county for the first time in thirty years Alabama's capital city protecting the right to give a little money away the business correspondent Jim Priscilla reports members of the Montgomery Alabama city council rejected a proposal members of the Montgomery Alabama city council including Tracy Larkin have rejected a proposal to impose a two day jail sentence on people who give handouts to panhandlers you.
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"CBS news correspondent Jim Priscilla has the details the national transportation safety board says part of the landing gear collapsed in a section of the right wing hit the runway as a private jet carrying Dale Earnhardt crash to the northeast Tennessee airport he escaped along with his wife fifteen month old daughter two pilots in the family dog as the plane caught fire it bounced twice during landing and the pilots were not able to get it born to attempt another landing the aircraft ran off the runway through a fence and onto a highway Jim chrysalis CBS news a thirty four year old man in Pierce county is in critical condition after shooting this morning now the conflict started at home in the south hill neighborhood before about eight AM we're in the sheriff's office victim was trying to escape on a bike when he was shot it's a give a Trier says law enforcement has been called to this home multiple times in the past frustrating when we continue to work are called the continually happens the same location on this particular shooting we're not surprised that it came from the president so far no suspect has been identified Seahawks newcomers you're gonna get a chance to prove themselves when the team takes to the field against the Chargers tomorrow which we Carol says he wants to see some improvement from last week no we didn't didn't finish the game out whether we like to I like the start of it like the coming out at halftime but then we just didn't finish if we want to so we'll see if we can get a better surgeon second half as we come up full coverage course starts with dories pregame show that's at five PM tomorrow right here where the twelve here the hawks Cairo radio let's.
Suicide car bombing in Somalia's capital kills at least 3
"Buried this hour the naval academy in Annapolis Maryland it's a private ceremony held for family and a report claims that Harvard's decision to hire Elizabeth Warren has a law professor in the nineteen nineties was. Not based on any certian of, Warren's native American heritage in Somalia at least, three people are dead including a child after a suicide bomber. Detonated a car bomb outside a government office in the country's capital, captain Muhammad Hussain said the bomber, tried to speed through a, checkpoint, but was stopped by. Security forces prompting him to detonate The vehicle near the gate of how Doug district headquarters he said another four people were wounded mostly young students at a
"Sinking coffins": Lawsuit seeks $100 million for duck boat victims
"Four AM seven sixty I'm news eight Eric Conard a, one hundred million dollar lawsuit has been Filed in connection with the fatal duck boat, accident, near Branson Missouri CBS. News Jim Krasula reports a federal court lawsuit accuses the owners and operators of the duck boat. That capsized on table rock lake killing seventeen people of putting profits over safety it is absolutely outrageous that seventeen people were killed on a duck boot when the entire industry was well aware. Of the, fatal design flaws lawyer Andrew Duffy. Says that includes canopies, on the boats. That can trap. People if it starts taking on water Jim priscilla's CBS news it was on the Beatles nineteen. Sixty five album rubber soul it's a song it's taken on, a life of its own and, the dispute over who wrote the music for the. Beatles in my, life maybe. Over CBS news Larry Miller.
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"Center city andrew kramer kyw newsradio president trump is asking why neither the justice department nor the fbi told him during the campaign that paul manafort was under investigation mr trump on twitter insisting manafort never would have been hired had he known then afford spend indicted by special counsel robert muller on charges that include bank fraud and foreign lobbying violations and has pleaded not not guilty the charges are part of muller's investigation into the trump campaign ties to russia the former trump campaign aide sam numbered accusing the president of demonstrating selective memory about the reasons for manafort's hiring still on the run a murder suspect who escaped from custody in south carolina he may be holed up not real far from here twenty year old curtis ray green also known as ray ray is one of three inmates who overpowered a guard and escape from the county jail in orangeburg south carolina may nineteenth the other two were captured in north carolina us marshals say green who was being held on murder charges may be in the new york city area since he has ties there and has been there many times a twenty five hundred dollar reward is being offered for information leading to his arrest jim priscilla's bs news news time eight twenty two traffic and transit on the twos we're going to start things off in new jersey now if you're coming back from the shore well fifty five northbound is your shore shortcut that's in good shape from three twenty two north on up to the forty two freeway the shore shortcut is sponsored by mercedes benz of fort washington traveled to the beach in luxury and style get numerous ladies from her savings benz of fort washington.
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"Their care prenatally diagnosed birth defects dr scott adzic the surgeon in chief i chop says it's a joy to see former patients ride rights play games in live life this is my favorite day at the air because it's a day of celebration share with those families at least show phones his daughter sophia rose was diagnosed with spina bifida while she was in the womb he received fetal surgery at chop and sophia was born without complication turley america it's lifesaving for our children to see that they have the ability to live normal lives alicia says the day feels like a family reunion because it put them in a network with others going through the same thing to have the same stories to have our kids grow together just the nudo kyw newsradio amazing it's a first of the dacian projects smart highway technology happening in colorado colorado's department of transportation is calling it smart pavement concrete panels linked together with fibre optics that's creating a grid network using embedded sensors we're installing about a half mile of interconnected concrete panels act much like the little tracking pat on your laptop that apartments peter kaczynski says the road surface will know the location of a vehicle's wheels tax somebody's wheels going in a direction at a speed that suggests they left the roadway unsafely pavement is then going to call emergency responders stephan kaufman cbs news denver the manhunt continues for a murder suspect to escape from a south carolina jail twenty year old curtis ray green also known as ray ray is one of three inmates who overpowered a guard and escape from the county jail in orangeburg south carolina may nineteenth the other two were captured in north carolina us marshals say green who was big held on murder charges may be in the new york city area since he has ties there and has been there many times twenty five hundred dollar reward is being offered for information leading to his arrest jim priscilla's cbs news news time five fifty.