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"sierra national forest" Discussed on KGO 810
"More than 1700. Firefighters have been battling 25 major wildfires or clusters of complex fires, as well as two extended attack wildfires. Of the major fires in Northern California. The largest fire in California history has grown in acreage, but not in containment. Thie August Complex fire in Mendocino County has burned 839,000 acres, and it's still 30% contained. Same goes for the North Complex fire. It has burned 280,000 acres on his 36% contained and the creek fire in the Sierra National Forest is 80% contained in this burg 228,000 acres. I'm Teri Raskin's You ate 10 Tragedy In Butte County, A 77 year old woman and a 68 year old man were ready to leave their home to escape the wildfire but changed their minds. Relatives say they had already packed their belongings but later decided not to evacuate. Based on erroneous information that the fire was 51% contained. They were later found dead. Another 76 year old woman, a relative who lived on the property is still reported as missing. The North complex fire was actually only 36% contained at the time. Gamers are rejoicing. The new PlayStation released eight has been announced long awaited PlayStation Fi will go on sale November 12 just in time for the holiday season. Sony made the announcement yesterday afternoon as the consul war with Microsoft is now on. P s fi will sell for $499 exactly what the new X box Siri's X is selling for, But you will also be able to purchase a cheaper unit, The digital on Li ps five that could Onley download or stream games that will sell for $399. Microsoft has a similar strategy, but they're $299 Xbox. Siri's S version will also have inferior specs. One other tidbit in a world of shrinking.
Los Angeles - Firefighters continue to battle fires across California
"The latest on fires burning in the west. A fire burning in the San Bernardino Mountains near Ukip is now 41% contained. The fire has burned more than 14,000 acres. The fire burning in Fresno County is now 8% contained the fire burning in the Sierra National Forest near Shaver Lake has burned nearly 202,000 acres. Fire burning near Arcadia has burned nearly 32,000 acres. Officials began evacuating the city in the area of North Elkin Avenue and these East Santa Anita Avenue this morning.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Of cigarettes. It is profound inconsequential the health impact strokes, heart attacks. Respiratory issues. This is a challenging time and we'll get through it. Tonight across the West lives and livelihoods are on the line as an unfolding disaster becomes a new permanent reality Gulf in the region in ways we have never experienced before. Miguel Almaguer NBC. News, the Sierra National Forest and as you just heard from the governor, this fire emergency is drawing new attention to the role of climate change and promoting conditions that fuel these kinds of blazes Steve Patterson now with more on that from the fire. Zone. The images are stark. The impact staggering wildfires across the west spreading in scientists warn climate change is making it worse. There is indeed clear link between record heat and climate change, and that he'd creating warm dry conditions for wildfires to explode right now, there are nearly thirty major fires burning across the Golden State six of the largest twenty fires in California history breaking out this year adding to the record breaking heat in bone dry conditions, miles of dry brush and densely packed forest at devastating cocktail stoking a historic outbreak of mega fires. There's a lot of densification jason build up the climate is warmer more conducive to extreme fire behavior once was meals out a lot. More people living in potentially in harm's way. vish is the result acres of unrecognizable scorched earth and in many cases, it starts with just a spark in southern California officials say thirteen thousand Acre fire was caused by a pyrotechnic device used in a gender reveal studt in twenty eighteen California's deadliest in most destructive wildfire in history sparked by the state's largest power, company PG, and E., which found liable for not maintaining the forest around its electrical lines in a fire that killed eighty five people experts say more than one hundred years of overgrowth in some force turned trees into matchsticks waiting to be struck. So what we now have is too many trees in our force. So that when fires do occur, they burn bigger hotter and the impacts are dramatically greater conditions have gotten so bad here in that fire season is really all year round. It's why some experts say that prescribed burns could actually cut back in the amount of fuel and reduce some of these devastating fires. Lester. All Right Steve Patterson thanks today to start new assessment from Dr. Anthony. FAUCI on the COVID pandemic and when life as we know it might return.
Dozens more rescued from California wildfire
"California as conditions get worse by the hour there. The record breaking triple digit heat wave has created a dire situation, according to Tom Porter, who's the chief of the California Department of Forestry and Fire protection there. More than two dozen large wildfires scorching everything in its path across the state. Helicopters are being utilized to rescue dozens of people from the Sierra National Forest in some other areas there. As part of the effort, the state's largest utility cutting power to 172,000 customers, they try to prevent more blazes. So heat wave and you get your power cut. More shocking
Firefighters overtaken by flames in California mountains
"Firefighters in California trying to protect a mountain fire station from flames were overrun by the blaze. Leading several seriously injured. ABC is Matt Gutman has more. More than two dozen major fires are burning through the state. Nearly 14,000 firefighters battling impossible conditions. California passing the grim milestone of two million acres burned record. The dome in fire Monterey County, nearly doubling in size overnight moving so quickly 15 firefighters were forced to deploy fire shelters. Those are only used when their lives are in immediate danger at least two and taken to the hospital, one of them in critical condition Today, rescue choppers pulled 164 people from wildfires in the Sierra National Forest.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Man. They are people who know nothing about you. That's right. What's the sick, brilliant All right. Attorney. Topic number two? Yes. New evacuations have been ordered for Madeira, Fresno. And Mariposa counties in California as the state's Creek fire started Friday and has exploded to over 135,000 acres is the creek fire. The one that was started by somebody doing a gender reveal, and the sparks from the fireworks started the flames. I'm not sure if that's the same. I know which one you're talking. I don't crawl that The lady you apparently invented gender reveal explosion says I think it's fair to say enough is enough. Yeah, I think you should probably stand back and I want to say that kid. Aftercare cancer of the Corona virus, Kid Best Be smart. Now the fire, which doubled in size and only one day. Has a comical 0% containment. You mean there's nobody doing anything to it? It's just every point. Everyone is watching. Not nothing. Not one fire hose. Has been or even a garden hose has been taken to this 0.1 guy standing out in his yard could put out a little square foot of the fire right there, but zero no 0% contained. We're just watching. What? I never read that in regards to 5 10%. You know, we're really struggling with 15 20%. And does that mean does that mean they put out that much of the fire is it was or it's the fire line. Here's where it stops going this direction. I'm gonna go with that. You want to go? You know, I think that's that sounds. I feel like they've to me. It's We have put out 10% of the fire. We have to put this fire in square footage. Yeah, we've put out 10% okay, but it's going to continue to expand so that 10% could be engulf. Yes, it fluctuates. What's once is 10% of 0%. 1% 0. Never 0%. Unless you've done nothing. You have to have literally done nothing to get it 0%, which is California. In a nutshell. Touch of zeros doing nothing and that the truth Now it is destroyed 65 acres and Redden's nearly 5300 homes. 200 people are trapped, but safe. Explain that to me trapped, but say We are trapped. We cannot get out. But we're safe. OK in a refuge area inside the Sierra National Forest, can they not? Do I know the reason that the fires are out of control in California on a yearly basis is because of the environmental lobby? Yes, they won't let them do. The things that used to happen. See if you go back. Fires have always happened in the state. Yes, but not like this. And the reason they're happening like this is they'll tell you it's because of global warming. I have no idea what that even means or why they would say that or how that makes any sense whatsoever. The reason it's happening is because of the environmental lobby because of bad state policy. When it comes to clearing vegetation and such, the Reagan Library is a great example of using common sense they were not allowed by state law to use machinery. To clear the vegetation surrounds them in Simi Valley. But it didn't say anything about bringing in goats. They brought in a couple of dozen goats and the goats cleared all the vegetation. And the Reagan Library survived a terrible fire that came up to the point where the goats stopped eating problem so problem was solved, but it's once again. This is state policy, not global warming or climate change. Causing these fires has your city or home been threatened by fire. How do you cope with your loss is if you are a fire fighter, how do you prepare yourself fighting? I don't know, Man. Answer.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Roadway is about a mile delay on that westbound 60 coming out of you know our next report at 8 15 with more traffic reports more often I'm Jennifer York in the Toyota of Gondor. A 24 hour traffic center can extend 70 NewsRadio cloudy, foggy start to the day. But the sun will be coming out to this afternoon Sunny sky still hot out there even though even though it would be cooler than what we had over the weekend. Of the long holiday weekend. Hot, dry and very windy. We're looking at a beach eyes in the sixties and lower seventies upper seventies and eighties for inland areas mid nineties in the valleys. Clear skies Tonight it will be windy overnight lows in the sixties. We do have a wind advisory, in effect for many parts of wash change was counting the brunt of the winds will be tonight. Red Flag warning is in effect today through tomorrow, high winds and of the low humidity levels. Playing into that the Santa ANAs were being told by some forecast by forecasters that they could be as high as a 55 possibly higher. MPH. We'll have your exclusive five day weather forecast coming up in just a few minutes at 8 15, Ontario right now. 70 degrees 71 Ban eyes 73 Cloudy skies downtown Los Angeles at 807, California National Guard has had made a bunch of overnight flights in early morning helicopter rescues of campers who were trapped. This is by the creek fire is they're calling it This is one just raging near friend. No Colonel Jessie Miller told the Today show that the rescue missions will continue. We have three helicopters going to four different locations, and the first helicopter successfully landed with 13 passengers onboard, uh, coming out of the sinner Sierra National Forest, So definitely some great news. Another 22 people.
Crews Battle California's Creek Fire During Massive Rescue Operation
"And campers in the Sierra National forests have Their evacuation routes cut off by the fast moving Creek fire case. CBS's Kathy Novak is reporting live from Fresno. She says military choppers are attempting to rescue people again tonight despite heavy smoke. We check in with her right now, Kathy tells the latest. Gonna try it live. The military choppers are trying again to get out there to rescue more than 50. Hikers and campers who have been trapped for days out in that massive creek fire they've been unable to do so yet. They're using night Didn't now Here's an update from the far Battalion trees. Fresno City Fire Department Tony S. Kapita last few days we've been trying to During the day there would be safer. It is not for not because of the heavy smoke conditions. These thes these helicopters, they just can't land. And they need a big Good friends to land safely. And they say, and they're they're really experienced. Pilots, and they just couldn't do it. Have you said update tonight that one fatality has been reported. Among the people who are trapped in the pills. The first night attempt was made about an hour, so it's hoped with that night vision. That rescue crews are able to facilitate a rescue. Like the one that we saw Amanda Cole reservoirs unite to go where people were successfully airlifted out of that lake area. As for the fire itself, it isn't a rune and burned more than 135,000 acres. And still 0% contained
"sierra national forest" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Pump make the most of the stop. You need to make Michelle and engines that continuously you Shelby power, natural plus premium guessing full terms and conditions if you reward One person was killed in a multi vehicle crash on I 45 early this morning caused a shutdown of inbound lanes in northeast Charlotte for several hours. That's happened at around 2 45 this morning just south of the I 85 interchange. Cording to authorities. The victim's vehicle was speeding North bound. It went out of control on a ramp left the road, hit a culvert and flipped over tossing the driver from the vehicle. Eventually, the car ended up back on for 85 at least two others. I hit it, but police say no one else was seriously injured young man who died in an early Sunday morning hit and run crash near Uptown Charlotte identified today is 22 year old Cameron Cook. C M p D says he was walking along East Independence Boulevard near the split toward the Belt Freeway when he was hit by an unknown vehicle investigation is continuing and place they're hoping to get more information from the public about that crash, which was reported around 3:33:45 A.m. on Sunday morning. Actuacion orders were expanded. Today. Tomb or mountain communities has a huge wildfire turn through California's Sierra National Forest, one of dozens of blazes that crews are still battling during a record breaking heat wave in the state. Officials hope to keep the fire northeast of fresh snow for pushing west into towns along one major route and possibly into Yosemite. Over the weekend. The National Guard helped rescue over 200 people near that blaze, according to California guard Colonel David Haul all of the individuals that they rescued.
Helicopter rescues 200 trapped by fast-moving California wildfire
"Expanded expanded today. today. Two Two more more mountain mountain communities communities as as a a huge huge wildfire wildfire churn churn through through California's Sierra National Forest. It's one of dozens of blazes cruiser battling during a record breaking heat wave in that state. Officials hope to keep the fire northeast of Fresno from pushing Western towns along one major routine, possibly into Yosemite National Park. Over the weekend. The National Guard helped rescue over 200 people near that blaze, blaze, according according to to California California guard guard Colonel Colonel David David All All all all of of the the individuals individuals that that they they rescued rescued we're we're greeting greeting the the crew crew members members with with hugs hugs as as they they were were boarding boarding onto onto the the helicopter helicopter and and then then Again Again after after getting getting off off the the helicopter, helicopter, a a lot lot of of high high fives fives and and for for the the cruise cruise without without a a doubt doubt it it was was a a very, very, very very rewarding rewarding experience. experience. A A smoke smoke generating generating
"sierra national forest" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Mountain Keep minorities is a huge wildfire turn through California's Sierra National Forest is just one of dozens of blazes crews are battling during a heat wave that shattered records all across the state. Look at W. G and Sports of socks. Visiting Pittsburgh tomorrow course while I had the game pregame at five 31st pitch with Andy and Darren, Add 605 right here on 7 20 w G. N ST Louis at the Cubs a little bit later this afternoon. Here's your forecast from the Perma CIA Weather Center Sunday this afternoon. Look for a high in the mid seventies. Tonight. In fact, tonight and tomorrow we look to get wet. 90% chance of rain tonight. Heavy downpours likely low near 60 tomorrow an 80% chance of showers and thunderstorms. Again. The rain could be heavy. And I about 70 look atyour money on W. GM. We've been watching futures for the reopening of the market tomorrow. Of course, US stock market's closed today for the holiday is looking at futures. It is a mixed showing. But look at the blue chips. The Dow 30 Futures right now up over 218 points S and P 500 Futures of 15.5. Here's the downside one though we have seen this with a weakness in the large cap Techstocks lately. NASDAQ futures down 47 a half Your current temperature's 76 over.
Record Heat Wave Creates 'Kiln-Like' Conditions In California
"Ah, Fast MOVING. Wildfire continues to burn in California's Sierra National Forest military helicopters air lifted 207 campers to safety over the weekend. Creek Fire has burned some 70,000 acres since it began Friday night. Several 100 residents are under evacuation orders. It's one of the dozens of fires burning in the state in the middle of a heat wave.
Gender reveal party blamed for California wildfire
"Continue to rage scorching hundreds of thousands of acres, one fire trapped more than 200 campers near a reservoir in the Sierra National Forest. Firefighters used military hospital military helicopters to rescue them. CBS correspondent Jonathan Vega Liatti spoke to one of the campers straight was with his family. It was the fastest growing fire I had ever even heard of, let alone seen. It It was, was, was, Hey, Hey, Hey, says says says he he he and and and about about about 150. 150. 150. People People People spent spent spent over over over an an an hour hour hour in in in the the the reservoir reservoir reservoir to to to escape escape escape the the the fire. fire. fire. Temperance Temperance Temperance to size of golf balls, winds blowing 40 50 60 miles an hour and Just keep going under and under and under. And it's like in my mind not growing. Okay? Are we gonna die from the fire? Are we going to die from drowning? Cal Fire says a pyrotechnic device used at a gender reveal party sparked the blaze. More than 12,000. Firefighters are currently battling 22 major fires across the state. California has also
"sierra national forest" Discussed on WTOP
"Have a constitutional right to be able to assemble peacefully on public property. And as long as they're able tto arbitrarily declared a writer. An unlawful assembly just because they don't want us somewhere. On public property that we're allowed to be on. We'll keep showing up at CBS news correspondent Lilia Luciano reporting amid protests around the country, A group of black federal prosecutors here in Washington is outlining a plan to make the criminal justice system more fair. The group of 32 prosecutors has sent a 10 page memo to acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin. Washingtonpost says they're calling for implicit bias training for prosecutors in the end of a strategy for gun crime prosecutions, which they say disproportionately targets black communities. They're also calling for a new focus on alternatives to incarceration and say prosecutors should develop relationships in the communities they serve. Rescuers in military helicopters had to airlift people to safety after an explosive wildfire trapped them in a popular camping area in California's Sierra National Forest that was one of dozens of fires burning amid record breaking temperatures. It was just a GN awful weekend here in California, another series of wildfires raging this time. Complicated by, In some cases, record high temperatures. The fire proving to be the most dangerous is the creek Fire and Central California Sierra National Forest. At one point this weekend, the fire moved so quickly that more than 200 people were trapped that CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman Reports of President Trump calling Americans who died in battle losers and suckers may be just the beginning. That's according to Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in chief of the Atlantic, who first reported the latest allegation. I fully expect more reporting to come out. About this and more confirmation on new pieces of information in the coming days and weeks. He spoke to CNN coming up next more resistance to a Corona virus vaccine 9 30 for so I gotta ask what's stopping you? If you're one of the millions of men over the age of 50, who suffer from some form of erectile dysfunction, Don't you want some solutions? Natural men's Health Office, a proven treatment program with over.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Year old is nonverbal and requires adult supervision. Officials say he'd been missing for about an hour from his home when officers were called the help Diesel used his award winning knows to pick up the scent and tracked it a few blocks away to North Barrington Elementary School, where the team was found safe and returned to his family. Rachel Pearson NewsRadio EO, one of 5.9 FM state health officials reported just over 1400 new confirmed cases of Corona virus yesterday, as well as five more deaths. The state now has confirmed 248,580 cases of covert 19 since the pandemic hit, resulting in a T 171 deaths. The statewide positivity rate of people tested now stands. At 4.4%, with the first day of online class is set to begin tomorrow for Chicago Public schools support staff members are scrambling to make sure that no student is left behind from dropping off Chromebooks trying to track students down by phone and even calling police for wellness checks. Social workers, counselors and other CPS support staff tell the Tribune they've gone to great lengths to track down students who aren't connecting with their schools during remote learning. They say they've encountered disconnected phone numbers, outdated addresses, and I've had to track students down through siblings, friends and community partners somewhere missing school because of work or caretaking responsibilities. Others had a parent on a ventilator or a death in the family or even homeless. Brandon Ice and NewsRadio one or 5.9 FM raging wildfires forced thousands of people from their homes in the San Francisco Bay area over the weekend. The American Red Cross is putting some of those people up in hotel rooms and shelters. Red Cross President Gail McGovern is assuring people that the Filters air saying everybody gets a screening before they come into the shelter. There's lots of hand sanitizer and everybody wears a mask. Protocol has changed, but the mission has not more than 200 people had to be rescued by military helicopters after they were trapped by an explosive fire in a popular camping area in the Sierra National Forest. After months of preliminary hearings and delays caused by the pandemic, Julianna Sanjay's extradition trialist finally begun in London outside London's criminal courthouse, a few dozen supporters blue on whistles and held up a sign saying free Julian Osanai inside the Wikileaksfounder formally refused the U. S extradition request over the leaking of secret Pentagon and State Department files. A decade ago, a sand could face a sentence of up to 175 years. His lawyers call his prosecution politically motive. Hated witch hunt. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London You're smart quiz Answer. Coming up in 60. Seconds at 7 35.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on WTOP
"And unlawful assembly just because they don't want us somewhere. On public property that we're allowed to be on. We'll keep showing up that CBS news correspondent Lilia Luciano reporting amid protests around the country, a group of black federal prosecutors here in Washington is outlined a plan to make the criminal justice system or fair. The group of 32 prosecutors has sent a 10 page memo to acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin, The Washington Post says. They called for implicit bias training for prosecutors and the end of a strategy for gun crime prosecutions, which they said disproportionately targets black communities. They also called for a new focus on alternatives to incarceration and say prosecutors should develop relationships in the communities they serve. Rescuers in military helicopters had to airlift people to safety after an explosive wildfire trapped them in a popular camping area in California's Sierra National Forest that was one of dozens of fires burning amid record breaking temperatures. It was just a GN awful weekend here in California, another series of wildfires raging this time. Complicated by, In some cases, record high temperatures. The fire proving to be the most dangerous is the creek Fire and Central California Sierra National Forest. At one point this weekend, the fire moved so quickly that more than 200 people were trapped that CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman Reports of President Trump calling Americans who died in battle, losers and suckers may be just the beginning. That is, according to Jeffrey Goldberg, editor in chief of the Atlantic, which first reported the latest allegations fully expect more reporting to come out. About this and more confirmation on new pieces of information in the coming days and weeks. He spoke to CNN coming up. If a Corona virus vaccine comes out, will people take it? 7 33..
"sierra national forest" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Doing the crowd more than 1000 protestors gathered for a March Rochester mayor. Lovely Warren announcing plans for police reform following the March death of Daniel proved lost consciousness after police placed a hood over his head. Across the country. Demonstrators congregated near a police station on Portland, Oregon's north side last night. Police say they blocked traffic near the scene heading to the police precinct after rallying in a nearby park. Firefighters were called to the scene around 10 PM battle ablaze set by the riders and speaking of fires. Wildfires continue raging in California. With the state still gripped by a punishing heat wave. Rescuers and military helicopters air lifted more than 200 people to safety after an explosive blaze. Trap them in a popular camping area in California's Sierra National Forest, one of dozens of fires burning amid record breaking heat that has pushed the state's electrical grid to the limit. For a time it looked like millions might be plunged into darkness by power outages, but that did not happen. Covered 19 source of much concern of the nation's college campuses. But then a number of colleges and universities having to send students home after outbreaks of the virus, which is also opposing new challenges for working mom. The pandemic has had a negative impact on working mothers. Research is showing they're retreating from officers and retail outlets, since they have few options for child care as they shoulder the added burden of overseeing distance learning. Because schools have remained clothes That's correspondent Kendall Ormond. Wall Street closed her Labor day traders getting a break following last week's heavy losses and extreme volatility in the market. More on these stories townhall dot com God's word is power, and we need to be in his word every day gaining wisdom. God is very patient. But because of our immoral society, we're drowning in debt, have poor public education and corruption all around us. Our founders would be horrified at what the Democratic agenda has become with right and left fighting each other. They get none of the work done. Please go to profit to America dot com. We're going to lose America. You can't remain silent. That's profit to America dot com on September 18th.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Tom 40 in Washington, California might not be burning. But parts of it are in whether or not seen before they're about it was just a GN. Awful weekend here in California. Another series of wildfires raging this time complicated by, in some cases, record high temperatures. The fire Proving to be the most dangerous is the creek fire in central California, Sierra National Forest at one point this weekend. The fire moved so quickly that more than 200 people were trapped correspondent Steve Futterman in Los Angeles. There are states of emergency in five California counties now and a warning from utilities that there could be power outages due to some major equipment failures, all that he'd complicating public health efforts against a Corona virus that has now claimed about 189,000 American lives. Worries about crowds on beaches and another end of summer gatherings. Correspondent Tom Hanson the long weekend stoked fears of another holiday surgeon, Cove it with packed beaches from California to Florida. Hundreds of Trump supporters hit the Potomac in Washington Sunday for the Trump till a boat parade, one of many across the country, with few masks in sight. In one of those trump boat parades in Texas, several small boats capsized and sank. What the people aboard got out, Okay. Meantime, universities around the country are scrambling to find quarantine locations on and off campus for students. Correspondent Lisa Matteo Sacred Heart University has converted a guest house at the former Connecticut headquarters of General Electric. The University of South Carolina is renting rooms in hotel like quarters at a training center for prosecutors. Even the Air Force Academy has sent 400 cadets to nearby hotels. And India is now the second hardest hit country by the pandemic more cases than Brazil but not close to the U. S, which has by far the most cases and most nets in Portland, Oregon, Demonstrators against police brutality have gathered again near a police precinct on the city's north side that after a very disorderly protest confrontation with police Saturday, 100 night of police and race related demonstrations there. While in Rochester, New York, protests have also continued even after the announcement of a grand jury investigation into the video recorded confrontation of police and a black man who later died. Ah court decision means the census count could go on beyond the end of the month. Correspondent Maria Garcia order issued by U S. District Judge Lucy Coe forces the Trump administration to continue in person counting efforts. Without that extra time. There's concern the Census Bureau will not be able to conduct the mandated count of every single person. Living in the US, especially minorities and immigrants. Asian markets closed lower Europe is higher. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p. R for.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To safety by helicopter from the camp grounds of Sierra National Forest, some even jumping into mammoth pool to escape. The lake is 35 miles northeast of Fresno, and Corona. Virus cases are on the rise in 30 states across the US, But in Rome protesters denying Cove in 19, saying the media and government are lying about the illness. This is ABC News. Most people know that Mr Clean Magic eraser removes crayon a scuff marks from walls. But did you know what even cleans Tough kitchen and bathroom messes that air sometimes tough to tackle? Just wet squeeze Any race grace soap scum on your bathtub? He raised cloudy hard water spots in your shower. He raced burnt on stovetop messes. So for all your tough kitchen and bathroom messes Try Mr Clean Magic Eraser. This is the best thing we did this morning. It's the best of Jason and Alexis in the morning at night time on my taco 1071 get but I was built to break the mold. The only dream and I have been Jason is my so I sing the song single Object Come your teacher's Stone and No, they don't get to go. Now you find that someday some Nina, you raised Jason Black Jays with Lex and Kenny. And grant filling in for dawn. Who will be back tomorrow? It's 7.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on KCRW
"Newsletters. Donald Trump is not a fan of Bette Midler Tze. What do you call you Washed up Psycho. And today on the New Yorker Radio hour, Bette Midler has a few choice words for the president as well. Midler is one of the stars of coastal elites. A film written by Paul Rudnick about people driven absolutely mad by the president of the United States. It premieres this month on HBO. You have like the best possible seat in the house for a BET Midler performance. You guys got closer than you would if it had been staged live in the theater. It's a matter of concentration. It was so easy to concentrate because you didn't have to. You didn't have to turn and listen to anybody else. Was one of the easiest gigs I've ever had, because I didn't have to share the stick. Bette Midler and Paul Redneck on the New Yorker radio hour just ahead. Live from NPR news. I'm Barbara Klein. In California. Hundreds of people have been airlifted to safety after a fast moving wildfire trapped them in a popular camping area. NPR's Joel Rose reports. Firefighters are battling dozens of major fires across the state in sweltering temperatures. A fast spreading fire in California's Sierra National Forest trapped hundreds of campers at a popular reservoir near Shaver Lake north east of Fresno. Emergency responders had to use military helicopters to evacuate more than 200 campers in a Siri's of rescues that began Saturday and continued through the night. A brutal heat wave is pushing temperatures into the triple digits across California. Bone dry conditions and hot weather are fuelling more than 20 major fires in the state, including fast spreading fires in the mountains east of Los Angeles and San Diego. Joel Rose. NPR news It's another day of recovery in Portland, Oregon, after a 1/100 night of protests. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Conrad Wilson reports. Police moved in to disperse hundreds of racial justice protesters. Thie crowd march towards a Portland police bureau precinct earlier in the night before police declared a riot. Please say, and postings on social media show. A few protesters threw Molotov cocktails that exploded into flames in the street. Police responded with tear gas and arrests. Since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Portland has seen some of the most consistent protests in the country. Activists here said they want $50 million defunded from the city's police bureau and re invested in other community programs. This weekend's protest come following two deaths. Last weekend. Far right supporter Erin J. Danielsson was shot and killed in downtown Portland. On Thursday. Police killed far left Antifa supporter Michael Right now in Washington state who was wanted in Danielson is murderer for NPR news. I'm Conrad Wilson in Portland. The Corona virus. Case count continues to climb. Johns Hopkins University reports more than 6.2 million in the US far more than any other country, but NPR's Lauren Frayer reports India has set another global record for new infections confirmed in a single day. India added more than 90,000 new infection Sunday, another single day record for any country since the pandemic began. India now has more than four million cases overall, and it's set Pass Brazil on Monday to become the second most infected country in the world behind the U. S case Numbers have surged in India as testing has increased, but also because restrictions have been eased and the virus is spreading. Metro trains will be partially restored in the capital Delhi starting on Monday. Indian posed the biggest corona virus locked down in the world back in March. But then lifted that amid widespread economic devastation, hospitals in poor rural areas and now inundated with cases. Lauren Frayer NPR news This is NPR. Japan is ordering more than 1.8 million people to evacuate immediately as Typhoon Hai Shen closes in on southern Japan. Tens of thousands are already without power officials warn of potentially record rainfall and unprecedented wind in much of the country. It's the second major typhoon in a week. Police in Birmingham, England, are hunting for an assailant who stabbed one man to death and wounded seven others in a two hour rampage through the city center. As NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London. Police do not believe the attack was either terror gang related or a hate crime. The man began his attacks after midnight stabbing people at random, according to police, Here's West Midlands police and crime Commissioner David Jameson. I have been so for some time in the context of covert 19. That's a lot of pent up feelings of people have Not being able to get out and combined that with people who are now I'm sure about the future about their jobs, it balls almost inevitable that we would see a growth in violence. The government is preparing and financial support for millions of furloughed workers, and many fear local lockdowns this fall if Cove in 19 cases spike Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London China says a reusable spacecraft it launched into orbit Friday has successfully returned to Earth. Beijing's official news agency Shin Wa says thie experiment promises a more convenient and inexpensive way to.
Hundreds rescued by military helicopters after wildfire in Sierra National Forest
"In California. Hundreds of people have been airlifted to safety after a fast moving wildfire trapped them in a popular camping area. NPR's Joel Rose reports. Firefighters are battling dozens of major fires across the state in sweltering temperatures. A fast spreading fire in California's Sierra National Forest trapped hundreds of campers at a popular reservoir near Shaver Lake north east of Fresno. Emergency responders had to use military helicopters to evacuate more than 200 campers in a Siri's of rescues that began Saturday and continued through the night. A brutal heat wave is pushing temperatures into the triple digits across California. Bone dry conditions and hot weather are fuelling more than 20 major fires in the state, including fast spreading fires in the mountains east of Los Angeles and San
Helicopters rescue 200 trapped by fast-moving Creek Fire in Sierra National Forest
"Heat with wildfires burning relief after a rescue in California of trapped campers at Reservoir in the Sierra National Forest, ABC is with Johnson an intense rescue mission to save more than 150 people. Trapped by a raging inferno at a campground near Fresno, California National Guard helicopter crews racing to airlift campers to safety ambulances waiting nearby first responders ready to triage and rushed them to local hospitals. Others driving through the flames desperate to escape, some of those campers are being treated for severe burns, all expected to survive. Looking for
National Guard helicopters airlift trapped campers near wildfire
"One of them trapping over 100 campers in the Sierra National Forest. ABC is with Johnson has the later an intense rescue mission to save more than 150. People trapped by a raging inferno at a campground near Fresno, California National Guard helicopter crews racing to airlift campers to safety ambulances waiting nearby first responders ready to triage and rush them to look Hospitals, others driving through the flames desperate to escape That's ABC is with
"sierra national forest" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Sierra National Forest. Here's rescue song from her, said County's fire on broadcast. If I sense folk For we headed up Tio, basically, Meadows and thea per and a taquito. And, uh uh, toppings cabin Unless spoke no to this thing's headed that way. The wildfire burning their shaver leg exploded. 2 56 Square Miles, jumped a river and compromised the only road into the mammoth pool camp round. So far, 63 people have been rescued by military helicopters and Rochester protesters continue to gather for a four straight nights Saturday, demanding action against the officers involved in the death of Daniel proved seven officers involved have been suspended. The president of the police union, saying those officers followed protocol. But there are growing calls for firings and criminal charges from fruits, family and the community is ABC is Kristine Sloan. Molotov cocktails were thrown at police officers in the street during a march in Portland, Oregon Saturday night. Police say At least one community member was injured. Hundreds of people gathered for black lives matter rallies, but the peace didn't last long. And police declared the gathering a riot. This holiday weekend. The CIA is reporting its highest number of screen flyers since March. Los Angeles based emergency care specialist Dr Anthony Cardillo says, avoid using the bathroom on planes and bundle up before your board. You want to cover all aspects of your body. Want to make sure that everything is covered. I recommend you wear sweat suits a sweat pants with a sweat jacket. So that that jacket Hood can cover more than certainly mass. They feel if you can wear gloves as well. Dr Cardillo also says, Bring some wipes with you onto the plane. You want to sterilize the area where you sit? And the second powerful typhoon to slab Japan and a weak unleash fierce winds and rain of the southern islands on Sunday. You're listening to ABC News. Look from the W Y O D 24 hour traffic center overnight Construction in Dade County. I 95 is being worked on now in both directions in between the airport expressway in 151st Street that's going to include work in the express lanes. Turnpike also being worked on that's going to be from I 75 all the way east towards the turnpike Spur in Broward County. We have roadwork on the turnpike, both directions that's going to be near Sunrise Boulevard. That's including ramp improvements as well as the turnpike. I'm Michaela Comey, Agnew's radio 6 10. Wait cannot squander the good work we've done against Kobe 19 says Broward County's mayor, So Dale Holness has about 60. Code enforcers will spend this holiday weekend looking for social distance and mask violations in any place. A lot of people might gather. We want to look at our beach areas and or tourist attractions. Hotel lobbies common areas..
Massive Sierra fire traps people at Mammoth Pool; 10 injured, rescue operation underway
"For the Sierra Sierra National Forest say the only road into the mammoth pool campground has been compromised by the growing creek incident fire charting roughly 150 people inside the area. Injuries have been reported, but authorities say all of those in the area are sheltering in place until air and ground rescue can reach them. Here's Mercer County's fire, courtesy of broadcast if I Residents. They're there in the black now, and I've paid out of Logan Meadow. But way get down. There's a bunch of stuff in the road burning bags everywhere. We're locked locked in. in. Officials Officials in in Northern Northern California California also also warning warning hundreds hundreds of of residents residents there there to to shelter shelter in in place place but but be be prepared prepared to to jump jump into into the the mammoth mammoth pool pool reservoir, reservoir, if if needed needed to to escape. escape. The The fast fast moving fire. It has burned through at least 7000 acres continues to threaten structures in the area.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"And they don't want to meet with us. They don't want to talk to us. They won't discuss anything. You look like you have fences going on around. You have barricades, Army going National guards. They were not looking to fight you. We don't have guns on us. Earlier in the day, a group of counter protestors led by gentlemen call himself angry Viking who's protesting what he said was respecting the constitutional rights of all Americans. They were armed, but it was peaceful in the race itself authentic cross the finish line first at the Kentucky Derby held without Spectators. Besting favorite is the law. Three fast spreading wildfires are sending people fleeing and trapping campers and one campground after a brutal heat wave pushed temperatures into triple digits across California. A wildfire that broke out near Shaver leak in the Sierra National Forest Friday evening exploded 2 56 Square Miles jumped a river on Saturday and compromised the only road into the mammoth pool campground. The fire prompted evacuation order Saturday morning as authorities urge people seeking relief from the Labor Day weekend Heat wave to stay away from that Popular Lake America is listening to Fox News. Got her man is a local Austin owned and operated business with over 33 years of experience making customers happy at Austin. Gotta man. They're taking safety Seriously. They're consultants don't enter your home and they follow strict guidelines and they could do their consultations on video. Austin got her men will continue to be there when you need him. And right now, if you mention this ad, they will take 10% off the regular pricing schedule, You know, obligation customer proposal and Austin got.
Man found guilty of random shootings in Fresno County
"Northern California. Not far from Fresno was caused by vehicle. The US forest service yesterday said investigators determined that a hot catalytic converter ignited dry roadside vegetation. However, investigators have identified the vk vehicle. We're talking about the Ferguson fire that began on July thirteenth along highway one forty in the Sierra national forest, and it's about forty five minutes northeast of Fresno. It was contained August after burning nearly ninety seven thousand acres and two national forests and your semi national park. It's currently seventy degrees with clear skies northwest rest now, I rod mccarey NewsTalk five eighty one five nine AM Jay
Fire that prompted closure of parts of Yosemite Park is contained
"The Ferguson fire that ignited near Yosemite national park over a month ago is now one hundred. Percent contained Sierra national forest officials said yesterday the, blaze burn just under seven thousand acres destroyed ten structures. Killed two firefighters injured nineteen others the fire also prompted the temporary. Closure of the popular Yosemite valley the. Closures have since been lifted though smoke is, still expected to linger in the area
US Treasury going after Russian bank for North Korea sanctions
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a. Year after the worst mass shooting in US, history Las Vegas police have issued a final report on the investigation into a killing spree that left fifty, eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells us that police say after the, months long investigation. They still don't know why the shooter did it tar county sheriff Joe Lombardo release a final one hundred. Eighty three page report on the police investigation at a? Morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifest. Or even or. Not to answer questions the totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess. As to the motives of Stephen paddock, Lombardo called the shooter an, unremarkable man that he had never done anything. To draw law enforcement's attention until October first two thousand seventeen when he opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral, analysis unit will be releasing In its report by the end of the year Leila Fadel NPR. News the treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action comes as secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asian, security summit, this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot. Is urging countries, in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying. Knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant transaction, at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary, foreign exchange Bank urging Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled out, by the treasury. Department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging Countries to better enforce sanctions on. North Korea he tells reporters quote we still have a ways to go to achieve the outcome we're looking for Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred fifty seven thousand workers to. Their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace in the first half of the year it was below that and below expectations. JJ can Eoghan is chief market, strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some. Expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at what came out. For the may in June reports they were both. Revised higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent. On, Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points this is NPR news From k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high federal fire officials say flames from the massive Ferguson. Fire have prompted, a, new mandatory evacuation for Yosemite valley this morning park officials say. The blaze which started weeks, ago in, the, Sierra national forest is burning near the Wattana area of Yosemite within, the park's western boundary park spokesman Scott get, him in the, fire has entered the park it is along the highway forty. One corridor along the road where the. Firefighters are doing the backfiring operations park officials shut off the won'the. Area and Yosemite valley to all visitors last week the. Ferguson fire has scorched more than seventy three thousand acres and it's. Forty one percent contained meanwhile a team from the national weather service and Cal, fire have begun investigating the. Large fire world or fire tornado that ripped through, a section of reading a. Week ago in the early stages. Of the car fire As KiKi weedy science editor Danielle vent. And tells us they've released some preliminary, findings winds were in excess of one hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control. Fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant on the scale used for tornadoes the, winds, were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline towers uproot. Trees and tear the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report but according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet.
States to sue Trump administration to block 3D-printed gun blueprints
"Seventeen major wildfires burning in California but most, of, the. Attention is on the so-called car fire on the, west side of reading it's killed, six, people, in, destroyed, more than eight hundred homes. Correspondent Jeff Lord took a tour of some of the. Burned out neighborhoods we are. At the. Scene of. The worst of them in the city of reading on one side all the homes destroyed on. The other's homes barely touched that's how indiscriminate this has been that's how cruel this fire has. Been all, in all nearly a quarter million acres have been scorched in California the Ferguson fire burning near Yosemite national park has killed two people, and. Kept most of the park off. Limits to tourists Sierra national forest supervisor dean Google as you look back over the past five years you'll notice incidents such as Aspen French railroad And now the Ferguson. Have all been some of. The largest fires in the forest history and and some of the most difficult to suppress she news update I'm Jim shanavie WBZ news. Time one thirty two. Chicago mayoral candidate. Laurie life would says. She's optimistic but has some concerns about the proposed consent, decree on police accountability one of Kennedy Lori Lightfoot complaints is that the draft consent decree waters, down rules on when police can use chokehold but attorney general Lisa madigan's office says it actually broadens prohibitions like let's say she's encouraged. By the police reform blueprint but cautions that it will be costly somebody hopefully has done a quantitative, analysis of homages it's going to cost I, can't see. How we can do this less. Than frankly ten million dollars a year and that's probably cheap as for the one outstanding issue requiring police officer. To document whenever they point their. Weapons at someone of course that should happen that's a no brainer if you feel like as an officer the, need, to. Draw your weapon and pointed at someone it's a, serious incident it should be documented the Emanuel Ministrations expressing concerns. About that at city hall Craig Delamore, NewsRadio, on one zero five. Point nine FM four people including, a five year old boy were shot and killed at an apartment. Building last night, in, New York City detectives are investigating whether, the deaths may have been a murder suicide meantime Washington, is leading a, coalition of states suing the Trump administration after. It permitted a, company to publish online blueprints for three, d. printed gun the Trump administration abruptly. Settled the lawsuit with defense distributed allowing the Texas. Company to post blueprints. Online that basically show anyone how to use a three, d., printer to make their own. Guns let me be clear no background check no waiting period no serial number Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson says the, administration is, undermining both federal. Law and states rights. Meant to keep firearms and related technology, out of the wrong hands from terrorists to domestic abusers, Heather Bosch CBS news. Seattle there's a call for here Brings in the wake of a report. Finding a toxic environment of sexual harassment and. Other misconduct at the Federal Emergency. Management agency, the allegations against former FEMA personnel chief Korey. Coleman who quit last month before he could be interviewed by investigators include transferring women in and out of departments so that his male friends could try to. Have, sex with them democratic Maryland rep Elijah Cummings of the house committee on oversight and government reform is calling for hearings on the report and. What he calls other critical. Management failures of FEMA famous administrator says harassment of any kind won't be tolerated at the agency Alison keys CBS news Washington most young Americans prefer leaders from their. Generation the poll by, the Associated Press. In OR center. For public affairs research and the MTV. Shows nearly four, and five Americans ages fifteen to thirty four thank leaders from their generation would do a better job running the country the poll finds young people are, eager to, vote for, someone. Who shares their political views But they're not excited about voting for a lifelong, politician about a third of young people say there are certain to vote in this year's. Midterm elections with others saying they're, more likely to vote than that Mike Kemp in Washington generals from the rival Koreas are meeting at their tense border for talks on how to ease military confrontation souls defense ministry says general. Level talks at. The border village of Penmunjom are part of efforts to implement APRIL's inter-korean summit military agreements the meeting comes four days after North Korea returned. To the reported remains of US, soldiers missing from the nineteen fifty fifty three Korean war. WBZ news time one, thirty. Five thirty four year old Cynthia Arnold showed, off her mom skills as she won the women's triple stroller half marathon, in first place she also shattered the previous record by eighteen minutes the race. Took place in Missoula Montana Arnold race while pushing her three kids in. The triple stroller the kids apparently were unfazed by the pace and.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To make some headway in the so-called car fire, in northern, California right now KCBS reporter Tim Ryan in reading says that authorities are unable to account for more than a. Dozen people in the area the car fire twenty percent contained. But described as under control now within the, city limits of reading five others. Have died including two children thirty. Eight thousand people were evacuated there have been looters. Arrested in, the Shasta county DA says there are also reports of price gouging, since this fire was sparked she said that offenders will, be prosecuted also in California's Sierra national forest has had some of the worst. Wildfires seen in recent. Years the largest, Ferguson fire I an incident I'll started on the evening of February thirteenth and really continues what has been a a series of some of the largest fires in Sierra national forest History supervisor, dean Gould several hundred people have been forced from their, homes out of the path of a fire sparked by lightning near grants pass. In southwestern Oregon so. Far no structures, have been lost President Trump goes toe to toe with congress determined to get a Bill to provide additional border security funding including money for a wall I would be certainly willing to. Consider a shutdown many Republicans are frowning on his position facing tough reelection racist back home the head. Of. Personnel to the. Federal Emergency Management. Agency FEMA is, the focus of a sexual harassment investigation. Now CBS news correspondent, Alison keys reports that famous administrators. Taking action over the allegation the alleged harassment which included women being hired as possible sexual partners for male employees was revealed through a preliminary internal investigation into. The conduct. Of Corey, Coleman Coleman resigned in June before being interviewed by FEMA investigators he's accused of hiring friends and women he, met in bars then, promoting them, within the agency FEMA administrator William Brock long says it was a systemic problem going on for years at some of the behavior could rise. To the, level of criminal activity Alison. Keys CBS news Washington CBS says its board, of directors will pick outside lawyers to investigate allegations of sexual, misconduct against CEO Leslie Moonves Right now he. Will continue in, the job he's held since two thousand. Six his wife Julie Chen host of CBS's the talk. Stands by him fully I the one and only statement I will ever make on this topic on Twitter and I will stand by that statement today tomorrow. Forever Wall. Street Monday. Stocks closing lower the Dow down one hundred forty four ending at twenty five three oh six this is, CBS.
Firefighter killed battling blaze near Yosemite
"Large crowds gathering in chicago overnight protesting what they say is another example of police brutality officials say a man died after being shot by police earlier in the evening at the city's south shore neighborhood little is known about the incident but a police spokesman says no officers were injured a number of scuffles have broken out between protesters and police officers who had cordoned off the area a firefighter killed while battling a wildfire near yosemite national park was driving a bulldozer trying to keep the fire from spreading california department of forestry and fire protection chief nancy cooper says that brayden varney was cutting a fire break with that bulldozer to keep the blaze from spreading spend one of our does our operators for a little over ten years excellent operator on knows the area very well this certainly is going to be devastating to his family and those of us that call him family here with cal fire blaze broke out friday night in mariposa county near the west end of yosemite national park in sierra national forest officials said ended burned one hundred fifty acres a ceasefire appears to be holding on the israeli border with the hamas ruled gaza strip the guns have fallen silent following israel's heaviest air raids on palestinian militants since the gaza war for years ago hamas and islamic jihad say they will abide by the truce after firing dozens of rockets and mortars across the israeli border gaza violence has continued for more than three months and the truce may just be a pause before the next round of conflict robert berger cbs news jerusalem tigers shell by the astros the world cup final with france and croatia and the wimbledon's men's final underway all the latest sports in jeff lessons straight ahead w w j news time is ten forty three she's the adult film star who is suing the president but recently she was arrested for lewd behavior i'm charlie langton but the langton briefs stormy daniels was arrested recently after a performance at ohio strip joint for putting her bare breasts in the face of patrons apparently some of those patrons were undercover cops and they believe she violated the state statute that said essentially strippers must keep their body parts to themselves but like in any arrest the wording of the statute is important for defense and in looking at the statue it says that the employees stormy who regularly appears nude or semi nude on the premises is subject to the statute since stormy only had a limited couple of appearances she's not a regular and therefore the statue doesn't apply she wins criminal charges dismissed bottom line after any arrest it's always good to keep abreast of what the law.
Second-generation firefighter killed battling blaze near Yosemite National Park
"And applying more scrutiny to green card applications new flare up of violence between israel and the palestinian militant group in the gaza strip cbs news correspondent robert berger reports from jerusalem prime minister benjamin netanyahu issued a top statement after israeli warplanes attacked more than forty hamas targets in gaza netanyahu said israel delivered the most severe blow to hamas since the gaza war four years ago and what escalate the attacks if necessary the military said the air strikes were retaliation for more than three months of palestinian violence on the gaza border robert berger cbs news jerusalem for democrats hoping to seize back the us house amid a purported blue wave of liberal enthusiasm against president donald trump michigan could deliver a key victory or two but that will not come easily two years ago the traditional battleground state win for trump leaving shellshocked democrats scrambling to rework their strategy in the midwest ww jay news time eight thirty four it's an update to a story we've been following here on ww michigan state police say crews continue to search for the twenty six year old woman who was off a boat docked at a beach near belle isle troopers dp drivers and coast guard and conservation officers are scanning the waters after someone called nine one one about a woman going overboard into the detroit river around three thirty this afternoon witnesses say they saw the woman go under but never resurface michigan state police say they are searching the shoreline while the us coastguard and michigan dnr searched the water in the summer outing turns tragic near newport news virginia we get details now from cbs news correspondent jim krasula two people are missing after their pleasure boat hit an oyster barge on the james river near portsmouth in the hampton roads area of southeastern virginia good samaritans in other boats rescued four people who were thrown into the water two of them were critically hurt the us coastguard is investigating the accident jim krasula cbs news california officials say a firefighter has been killed while battling a wildfire near yosemite national park heavy fire equipment operator brayden varney was killed this morning while battling the ferguson fire no other details about his death were released the fire broke out around ten thirty friday night near the west end of yosemite national park in the sierra national forest fire.
WeWork bans meat for employees expensing meals, at company events
"By kcbs am fm and hd one san francisco oakland san jose it's five o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by theraworx relief i'm sam litzinger the white house says there will be a news conference after the summit between president trump and putin on monday and reporters will have lots and lots of questions cbs news correspondent kenneth craig's says mr trump is at his resort in scotland right now hearing from protesters and tweeting about the indictment of a dozen russian intelligence agents accused of hacking into democratic computers during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign on saturday mr trump tweeted these russian individuals did their work during the obama years why didn't obama do something about it because he thought crooked hillary would win that's why democrats are calling on the president to cancel the summit in helsinki finland president and his are not willing to make the stacks of this indictment a top priority of the meeting in helsinki summit mr trump said he would ask putin russian operatives interfered in the election i will absolutely bring that up the president is keeping expectations low for the summit but he says he may come out with some very surprising thing sweaters says it's expanded to accounts linked to the russian spies cbs news correspondent jim krasula tells us about an awful boating accidents people are missing after their pleasure boat hit an oyster barge on the james river near portsmouth in the hampton roads area of southeastern virginia good samaritans and other boats rescued four people who were thrown into the water two of them were critically hurt the us coastguard is investigating the accident california officials say firefighter has been killed while battling a wildfire near yosemite national park heavy fire equipment operator brayden varney was finding the ferguson fire broke out last night in mariposa county near the west end of yosemite national park in the sierra national forest angelique kerber has won wimbledon by stopping serena williams bid for a record tying twenty four th grand slam title williams was gracious in defeat incredible person angelique is and she's a really good friends so i'm really happy for her and this is her first title and i know she's going to really enjoy it and enjoy the moment she spoke on espn office space sharing company we worked as it is no longer serving red or white meat at company events in email to employees is co founder and chief creative officer miguel mcafee mcafee says the company won't serve pork poultry or red meat and it won't allow employees to expense meals that include those meets to the company he says the change means we work will use less water and produce less carbon dioxide as well as save the lives.
"sierra national forest" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Forty from mid pines to el portal is closed due to a wildfire on the sierra national forest it started last night yosemite officials say the highway is closed from just east of the you'll some yosemite bug hostile to just west of cedar lodge in el portal visitors planning to travel from mariposa or more said to yosemite national park were encouraged to use alternative routes and enter the park high one twenty or highway forty one i one forty will remain closed until further notice and park officials say there's no time for reopening power lines in the canyon that provide electric power to yosemite have also been turned off for the safety of fire fighters well mineta san jose international airport is hosting a job fair that will be held next tuesday kcbs is betsy gephardt says the event is targeting college and high school students when the unemployment rate sinks to less than two and a half percent there are labor shortages most anywhere well i think that's the case in the bay area overall instead of the airport is not alone that's airport spokeswoman rosemary barnes is as the airports offering a career fair tuesday the concessionaire have opportunities in their food beverage and retail offerings on the airlines and our ground handlers there's also opportunities there and then of course our federal partners tsa the airports targeting high school and college students especially those at san jose state and east bay aviation schools better act quickly though if you're interested you have a waiting list the event starts at one pm tuesday at.