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    TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — Demand for the COVID vaccine is so high in New Jersey that the state’s website to pre-register for the shot crashed on Tuesday. People reported problems shortly after the website went live this morning. The website is working again but you can only receive the vaccine right now if you are a frontline health care worker or if you live or work at a long-term care facility. For more information on how to pre-register, click here. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM Reading Police Investigating After Video Of Controversial Arrest Goes Viral 7 People Charged In Connection To Vandalism Of Federal Building In Center City On New Year’s Eve ‘Crackpot Theories’: N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy Slams Congressman Jeff Van Drew’s Decision To Vote Against Certifying Electoral College Vote
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Fog still lingers in outlying areas Tuesday afternoon. Ideal conditions with calm wind will create dense fog Tuesday night. Freezing fog is expected as well with lows falling into the mid-20s. (Credit; CBS 2) Airports could have issues in the morning with aircraft icing and very low visibility. (Credit; CBS 2) A few localized snow showers are possible early Wednesday morning for areas near power plants and smokestacks. The high for Wednesday and Thursday is 35. (Credit; CBS 2) A cloudy trend continues for the next several days. Temperatures will be at or slightly above the normal high of 31 degrees through the seven-day forecast. Also From CBS Chicago: 23-Year-Old Man Fatally Shot In His Apartment In Englewood Demonstrators Accuse Aurora Store Of Racial Profiling With Rule About Taking Mask Down When Buying Age-Restricted Products; Manager Says It’s Not So Off-Duty Chicago Police...
    by Justin Lewis, CBS2 Meteorologist/Producer Similar to yesterday, we’re looking at a mix of clouds and sun around the area. Highs will be in the low 40s again. Expect partly cloudy skies tonight. Temps will fall into the 30s in the city with 20s across our suburbs. Tomorrow is looking like a brighter day, overall. Highs will be in the low 40s again with a light breeze. On Thursday, expect mostly sunny skies with highs in the low to mid 40s. And then later Friday into Saturday a storm will make a pass to our south and east. We’ll have to keep an eye on this system the remainder of the week, but at this point in time little or no impact is expected.
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A strong winter storm began making its way across the upper Midwest Tuesday, creating treacherous travel conditions and spurring warnings urging people to stay off the roads. The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings for parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and other states. By Tuesday morning, snow was so heavy in western Nebraska that Interstates 80 and 76 were closed in both directions after several accidents. Police in Omaha reported several accidents blamed on slick roads. Some parts of Nebraska had already seen 3 inches of snow by shortly after dawn. Heavy snowfall of up to 10 inches, and perhaps more in some spots, was forecast in parts of Iowa, where the state Department of Transportation urged people to delay travel plans. National Weather Service meteorologist Roger Vachalek told the Des Moines Register that the storm could be especially concerning for drivers. “The...
    DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A strong winter storm began making its way across the upper Midwest Tuesday, creating treacherous travel conditions and spurring warnings urging people to stay off the roads. The National Weather Service issued winter storm warnings for parts of Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Illinois. By Tuesday morning, snow was so heavy in western Nebraska that Interstates 80 and 76 were closed in both directions after several accidents. Police in Omaha reported several accidents blamed on slick roads. Some parts of Nebraska had already seen 3 inches of snow by shortly after dawn. Heavy snowfall of up to 10 inches, and perhaps more in some spots, was forecast in parts of Iowa, where the state Department of Transportation urged people to delay travel plans. National Weather Service meteorologist Roger Vachalek told the Des Moines Register that the storm could be especially concerning for...
    Moscow (CNN)Russian law enforcement is threatening to jail opposition politician Alexey Navalny for failing to comply with the terms of his suspended sentence in a years-old case if he fails to show up for a hearing in Moscow on Tuesday morning, his lawyer and officials said. Navalny is currently in Germany after receiving treatment at Berlin's Charite clinic following his poisoning in August with the nerve agent Novichok. The Russian Federal Penitentiary Service said in a statement Monday that by staying in Germany following the recovery "from his illness," Navalny is violating the terms of his suspended sentence. The opposition politician believes the case is politically motivated. "Based on the [Lancet] publication, A.A. Navalny was discharged from the Charite Clinic on September 20, 2020, and by October 12 all of the symptoms of his illness have passed," the Federal Penitentiary Service's statement says."Thus, the conditionally convicted person is not fulfilling...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A virtual hearing was held Tuesday morning for a Lakeville bar that opened last week in defiance of Gov. Tim Walz’s executive order halting indoor dining. Last Wednesday, Alibi Drinkery was packed with customers standing shoulder-to-shoulder, blatantly in defiance of the governor’s order in response to a surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths. Many were not wearing masks. Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison sued the bar for breaking the state’s restrictions, filing a temporary restraining order. At the virtual hearing Tuesday morning, it was learned that attorney Michael Padden, who is representing the bar’s co-owner, Lisa Zarza, filed a brief in the case. Judge Jerome Abrams said he had not yet had time to read the brief, but said the state could reply as soon as Tuesday evening. Alibi Drinkery is currently closed and is following the restraining order. It was one...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see a dip in temperatures Tuesday as a cold front starts to approach the region.Los Angeles and Orange counties will reach 70 Tuesday, and a cloudy morning and afternoon sunshine is on tap. Wednesday brings elevated fire danger due to cool Santa Ana winds.The valleys and Inland Empire can expect similar conditions and a high of 72 Tuesday. Gusts as strong as 35 mph blow through the canyons Wednesday.The cold front brings the chance of some showers on Thursday before conditions clear up for Christmas. A stronger chance of rain is expected by early next week.Get the latest updates on the weather with the Free ABC7 Los Angeles appDownload the ABC7 app for weather alerts: Click here for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News...
    By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer It was a beautiful but cold day across the region as temps were stuck in the 30s… and will only get colder tonight! Skies will be partly clear overnight with temps bottoming out in the mid 20s, but we will stay dry. Tomorrow will be a day of big change as clouds increase and we get some snow developing in the late afternoon. A powerful storm will get closer to the region and bring periods of heavy snow and strong winds tomorrow night into early Thursday morning. As of now, the heaviest snowfall is expected to fall over inland New Jersey and over the Lower Hudson Valley… Some folks there could get up to 18 inches! Closer to NYC, expect around 12 inches with perhaps just under a foot in Manhattan itself, and much less as you head towards the coasts… It’ll...
    DENVER (CBS4)– Members of the group “Homeless Outloud” gathered outside the Federal Building on Tuesday morning. They are trying to stop the ongoing homeless camp cleanups happening in Denver. (credit: CBS) The group has filed an injunction claiming the State of Colorado is violating their Constitutional rights by moving people with no place else to go. (credit: CBS) The City of Denver carried out a homeless camp cleanup at 4th and Kalamath on Tuesday morning. (credit: CBS)
    MORGAN HILL, Calif. (KGO) -- A 3.6 and 3.7 magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday morning near San Jose according to the U.S. Geological Survey.The quake hit just after 7 a.m. about six miles outside of Morgan Hill in Santa Clara County.Stay with ABC7 for more on this developing story.
    We’re expecting lots of sunshine today, but it will remain cold. Highs will be in the upper 30s with wind chills in the 20s and low 30s. (Credit: CBS2) Tonight will be partly cloudy and even colder. Temps will fall into the 20s with wind chills in the 20s and teens. (Credit: CBS2) WINTER STORM UPDATE (WATCHES/WARNINGS ISSUED): Snow develops mainly the second half of tomorrow afternoon, intensifies into the night (rates of 1-2″/hour, blizzard conditions along coast) and tapers off Thursday morning; a little mixing and/or plain rain is still possible S&E. Significant snowfall (12+”) is LIKELY N&W with amounts generally decreasing as you head S&E/towards the coast. (Credit: CBS2) Gusty winds (40-50 mph) tomorrow night into Thursday may lead to downed tree limbs and power outages; minor to moderate coastal flooding tomorrow evening into Thursday morning is likely, as well.
                                 Presented by Facebook     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 282,312; Tuesday, 283,743; Wednesday, 286,325. Topsy-turvy negotiations on Capitol Hill continued on Tuesday as lead negotiators and the Trump administration arm-wrestled over a coronavirus relief bill, with the hourglass winding down toward lawmakers’ holiday deadline.    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellTrump taps Conway, Chao to government posts in waning days of administration...
    INGLEWOOD (CBSLA) — The latest round of COVID-19 restrictions has put many local favorites as risk of closing for good, including The Serving Spoon in Inglewood. The latest round of COVID-19 restrictions has put many local favorites as risk of closing for good, including The Serving Spoon in Inglewood. (CBSLA) “This was a rough morning,” Angela, who owns the restaurant with her husband J.C. Jones, said. “I’ve been crying all morning.” Fearing the 37-year-old family business might not make it past the New Year, Angela started a GoFundMe page Tuesday in hopes of raising enough money to pay the remaining staff and bills — including increased food supply bills and rent. “In this situation now, it’s not pride of not asking, but it has been more so of knowing that there’s so many other people that are hurting,” J.C. said. “How do you reach out to ask from help from...
    The D.C. Public Works Department cleaned sidewalks at a homeless encampment in Northeast Tuesday morning, requiring dozens of tents and makeshift shelters to be moved. WTOP/Neal Augenstein Several dozen volunteers monitored and helped with the process on a frigid morning, so as to make sure personal belongings of residents didn’t get thrown away. WTOP/Neal Augenstein Some of the residents of the encampment have lived there for years, an advocate said. WTOP/Neal Augenstein Workers tried to make sure no one’s personal belongings were getting trashed. WTOP/Neal Augenstein (1/4) Share This Gallery: Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via email. Print. The D.C. Public Works Department cleaned sidewalks at a homeless encampment in Northeast Tuesday morning, requiring dozens of tents and makeshift shelters to be moved. Several dozen volunteers monitored and helped with the process on a frigid morning, so as to make...
    Some morning clouds will give way to sunshine this afternoon. It will be cold and breezy with highs near 40° and wind chills in the 20s and 30s. (Credit: CBS2) Tonight will start off mainly clear, but we’ll see an increase in clouds overnight with a chance of snow showers N&W towards daybreak. Temps will fall into the low 30s again with wind chills in the 20s. (Credit: CBS2) Snow showers will swing through tomorrow with the best coverage N&W; snow showers (maybe even a little light rain) will be possible in the city. Snowfall amounts will be light, but up to a coating or so is possible N&W. It will remain cold with highs in the low 40s and wind chills in the 20s and 30s. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday will be mostly sunny and slightly warmer. Highs will be in the upper 40s to near 50°.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A trough of cold air is in place to start the day with the coldest blast of air set to arrive overnight. For today, radar is showing a mid-level low pressure area sliding just south of the trough. This will bring light snow to parts of West Virginia through the morning hours before it pushes off to the East Coast. The system should have no impact on our region, with only people from Morgantown on down having any possible issues with snow. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos Heading into the afternoon, we will begin to see winds picking up, coming out of the north northwest. They will last into the evening and overnight hours. This, along with an upper low rotating around the base of the trough of cold air will mean lake effect snow...
    Oscar-nominated star Ellen Page has come out as a transgender male named Elliot.  The 33-year-old actor took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to share an emotional statement with the revelation. It began: 'Hi friends, I want to share with you that I am trans, My pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot. Opening up: Oscar-nominated star Ellen Page (seen in March 2014)  has come out as a transgender male named Elliot 'I feel lucky to be writing this': The 33-year-old actor took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to share an emotional post with the revelation 'I feel lucky to be writing this. To have arrived at this place in my life.' 
    CLEVELAND (AP) — A wintry storm has blanketed much of Ohio with snow on Tuesday, leaving tens of thousands of people in the northern part of the state without power. The brunt of the gusty storm blew in early Tuesday morning with locations in and around Cleveland receiving 6 inches (15.24 centimeters) or more of wet heavy snow. A number of school districts have canceled classes for the day. Communities in the Lake Erie snowbelt could receive nearly a foot before the storm blows through Wednesday morning. About 50,000 homes and businesses in northeast Ohio were without power Tuesday morning. Numerous accidents were reported on icy city streets and interstates throughout the state. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning through 10 a.m. Wednesday from Sandusky in the north central part of the state east to Ashtabula County in the northeastern corner along with western Pennsylvania counties....
    Today… partly sunny to mostly cloudy and blustery with iso’d to sct’d showers. It will be a cooler day with temps starting in the 50s… wind chills in the 30s by late in the day. (Credit: CBS2) Tonight… partly cloudy, breezy and cold. Temps will fall into the 30s with wind chills in the 30s and 20s. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow… partly to mostly sunny, breezy and chilly. Highs will be in the 40s with wind chills in the 30s. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday… mostly sunny and still chilly. Highs in the upper 40s.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Roadways could be an issue Tuesday morning for those who have to commute to school or work. In Washington, before 3:00 a.m., snow was starting to stick to grassy areas. (Photo Credit: KDKA Photojournalist Brian Smithmyer) Early Tuesday morning in Butler County, there was a mix of rain and snow for some time overnight, but that transitioned completely to snow around 4:00 a.m. (Photo Credit: KDKA) The transition of rain to snow can make it tricky for drivers on the road with icy and slick spots being dangerous. It’s a challenge for road crews when it rains before it snows, because they can’t pre-treat the roads, as the rain will just wash it away. Watch as KDKA’s Lindsay Ward reports:   Drivers should give themselves extra time Tuesday morning, and have their ice scrapers handy as temperatures will be near or below freezing. Just coming in…close to...
    Chattooga Schools Superintendent Jared Hosmer said that after consulting with our local EMA and looking at the latest forecast from the National Weather Service, the Chattooga County School System will have a distance learning day on Tuesday, December 1, 2020. Rain will mix with and change to snow across far north Georgia on this afternoon and overnight. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for portions of far north and northeast Georgia from 5 PM this afternoon until 7 AM Tuesday morning. Total snow accumulations of up to two inches in the higher elevations of Murray, Fannin and Gilmer. A half up to one inch expected elsewhere in the advisory. Slippery road conditions could impact morning or evening commutes. Attached is the Chattooga County School’s short-term closure plan for distance learning days. Weather permitting, all 12-month employees will report at 10:00 a.m.
    With high temperatures nearing 70 degrees and a risk of an afternoon thundershower, you might as well put away the coat and pretend it’s spring for a day — if you don’t mind the heavy rain. A formidable duo of cold fronts will impact the D.C. region through Monday in two distinct waves of poor weather. Steady and at-times heavy rain will make for a soggy morning commute before tapering off around noon, leaving totals in the 1 to 2-inch range. Here’s what you need to know: Rain rushes in early: Most of the region will wake up to heavy rain likely to last until late morning. 1-2 inches before noon: Roads are slick out there — use caution on roadways and make for extra travel time, particularly on low-lying highways vulnerable to pooling water. Isolated afternoon storms: Breaks of sunshine and a rapid warm-up will...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Get ready to dust off your sweaters, a cold front is coming by Tuesday morning. We could wake up in the low 50s on Tuesday, but also expect rain on Monday ahead of the cold front. It will be cooler inland and temperatures will struggle to get to the low 70s. Unfortunately, temps will return to normal in no time, so enjoy it while it lasts. More from CBSMiami.com BSO Investigates Death Of Woman ‘Found Unresponsive’ In Pompano Beach Suspects Wanted In Thefts Of Over $500,000 Worth Of Construction Equipment Arrest Made In Deadly Pompano Beach Hit-And-Run Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Extends Order Blocking Business Shutdowns
    DENVER (CBS4) – If you need to get outside and work off some of those Turkey Day calories then we have good news! Colorado will have a few quiet weather days with a warming trend through Saturday. Temperatures will be near normal statewide today and anywhere from 5-10 degrees above normal tomorrow. Most of the state will have sunny to mostly sunny skies over the next few days with the exception of extreme southern Colorado. There is a slow-moving area of low pressure over Arizona this morning and it will push to the east over the next 36 hours. It’s close proximity will spin some cloud cover into our southern counties and potentially even a few rain and snow showers, but nothing heavy is expected. By Sunday a cold front should move into the state with colder temperatures and a cold northerly wind. Right now we think it...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The coronavirus pandemic has made this Thanksgiving unparalleled – for so many us, the day came with the grief of being separated from our loved-ones. That is a pain felt most intensely by seven children who lost their family patriarch this week. He was killed in a hit-and-run in Little Village. As CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra reported Thursday evening, Eliseo Mendoza, 86, was struck and killed on Sawyer Avenue just off busy 26th Street. The odds are that there were witnesses to what happened Tuesday morning, and for the family it’s just a matter of finding them. “On Tuesday morning, I called my mom around 11,” said Leticia Torres. Mendoza, Torres’ father, had gone to the store Tuesday morning for his wife. “He always worried there was enough milk, juice, and fruits for her,” Torres said. “I said, ‘When he comes back, tell them I say hello.’...
    MSNBC scored major ratings wins in the morning and primetime on Tuesday, as Morning Joe and The Rachel Maddow Show swept to victory in overall viewers as well as those in the coveted 25 – 54 age demographic. Meanwhile, CNN extended its win streak topping the competition in the demo across total day and primetime. According to Nielsen Media Research, CNN handily beat its cable news rivals with 564,000 viewers in the demo in primetime, as MSNBC came in second with 450,000 and Fox News dropped to third with an audience of 432,000. (Of note: Fox News had guest hosts in two of its three primetime shows on Tuesday and CNN had a guest host during its 8:00 p.m. hour as well.) TRMS was the top-rated show in all of cable news with 602,000 A25 – 54 viewers, closely followed in second place by CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time‘s 596,000, and Anderson Cooper 360‘s 551,000 in third. Tucker...
    American Medical Association recognizes racism as public health threat David Dinkins, New York Citys first African-American mayor, dies at 93 Snowfall totals Tuesday morning © Provided by KGAN Cedar Rapids Snow will be melting away today, but caused a slick morning commute across eastern Iowa. Here are the latest snowfall totals: Dubuque: 2.5" Lowden: 2.5" Lisbon: 2.5" Hazelton: 2.2" Volga: 2.0" Mount Vernon: 2.0" Fairview: 1.9" Cedar Rapids: 1.7" Waterloo: 1.3" Fayette: 1.2" Rossville: 1.2" New Hampton: 1.0" Tripoli: 1.0" Postville: 0.7" Guttenberg: 0.5" Parnell: 0.1" Rain will continue through the rest of the day on and off across eastern Iowa. 
    DENVER (CBS4) – November is usually Denver’s fourth snowiest month of the year. This year it took until the final week of the month to get the first official measurable snow. As of early Tuesday morning, the official snowfall for the city was 2.0 inches although the vast majority of neighborhoods around the Denver area has measured much more. The highest snow totals as of early Tuesday morning where on the west and northwest sides of the metro area mainly in Jefferson County. Golden had reported 7.5 inches and parts of Lakewood reported about the same. (source: CBS) Elsewhere there was about 4 inches measured in downtown Denver while areas along the Palmer Divide that tend to get higher amounts of snow generally saw less. Castle Rock was reporting only 2.5 inches of snow as of 7 a.m. on Tuesday. (source: CBS) The snow was heavy and wet which is...
    DENVER (CBS4) – November is usually Denver’s fourth snowiest month of the year. This year it took until the final week of the month to get the first official measurable snow. As of early Tuesday morning, the official snowfall for the city was 2.0 inches although the vast majority of neighborhoods around the Denver area has measured much more. The highest snow totals as of early Tuesday morning where on the west and northwest sides of the metro area mainly in Jefferson County. Golden had reported 7.5 inches and parts of Lakewood reported about the same. (source: CBS) Elsewhere there was about 4 inches measured in downtown Denver while areas along the Palmer Divide that tend to get higher amounts of snow generally saw less. Castle Rock was reporting only 2.5 inches of snow as of 7 a.m. on Tuesday. (source: CBS) The snow was heavy and wet which is...
    Sunshine dominates today, but it will be a little chilly out there. Expect highs in the upper 40s with wind chills ranging from 35-45°. Clouds will fill in tonight with perhaps a passing snow shower N&W. Temps will fall to around 40° in the city with 30s and 20s across our suburbs. (Credit: CBS2) Expect partly sunny skies tomorrow, but it will be a little milder. Highs will be in the mid 50s. (Credit: CBS2) There’s a chance of showers tomorrow evening, but it looks like the bulk of the rain holds off until late tomorrow night into Thanksgiving. The rain will be on and off on Thursday with the rain tapering late in the afternoon. Temperatures will remain on the mild side with highs in the upper 50s to near 60°. (Credit: CBS2) Black Friday will be mostly to partly sunny with temperatures still on the mild side… upper...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern Californians can expect a few clouds in the morning with temperatures in the 60s on Tuesday.In Los Angeles and Orange counties, look for morning clouds, along with a high temperature of 69 degrees and overnight lows in the 40s.The valleys and Inland Empire will reach a high of 71 with plenty of sunshine.For Thanksgiving, temperatures will drop a few more degrees as cold Santa Ana winds blow in to the region.Get the latest updates on the weather with the Free ABC7 Los Angeles appDownload the ABC7 app for weather alerts: Click here for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done.Live radar: abc7.la/LiveMEGADOPPLERWatches/Warnings: abc7.la/WxWarningsDownload the free Accuweather app for iPhone and Android devices.Share...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Parts of the Chicago area are bracing for their first accumulating snow of the season. While it won't add up to much, the wintry weather could make for a slippery Tuesday morning commute.A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Kane, McHenry, DeKalb and Boone counties from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tuesday.WATCH: Chicago 7-day forecastABC7 meteorologist Larry Mowry said 1 to 3 inches of slushy snow are expected to accumulate in the western and northwestern suburbs between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m. This could lead to some slippery spots and slowdowns during the morning commute in these areas.Most other areas will see less than 1 inch of accumulation, mainly on grassy areas. Areas near the lakefront are not expected to see any accumulating snow, Mowry said.Mowry said the snow is expected to change over to rain after 8 a.m. and will linger the rest of the...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A storm system moving across Colorado will bring an extended period of winter driving to the mountains starting Monday. Light to moderate snow began west of the Continental Divide overnight. It will become more widespread during the day on Monday and last through the morning hours on Tuesday. The heaviest snow is expected to fall in the southwest part of the state where some locations along Highway 550 could see over a foot of accumulation. The Colorado Department of Transportation issued a chain law for commercial vehicles traveling on the north side of Molas Pass Monday morning. US 550 SB: Commercial vehicle chain law between MM 70 and MM 64. North Molas Pass https://t.co/vTF3RQ60A1 — CDOT (@ColoradoDOT) November 23, 2020 Travelers are urged to check with CDOT frequently over the next 24 hours because conditions will vary widely over short distances and could change frequently throughout...
    DENVER (CBS4) – A storm system moving into Colorado will bring some much needed precipitation to the state, including Denver and the adjacent plains. Rain showers are expected to develop after sunset on Monday and change into snow during the overnight hours, potentially making for a slow commute Tuesday morning. As of 9 a.m. Monday morning our current thinking for snow amounts in Denver and surrounding areas can be seen on the map below. We expect a sharp cut off from north to south in terms of areas with little to no snowfall and those with enough to shovel. And as we see with most storm systems the highest snowfall totals are expected to come from the higher elevations west and south of the city. Foothill locations north of Interstate 70 will see less snow than those south of the highway. The National Weather Service has issued Winter Weather...
                     Presented by the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 246,217; Tuesday, 247,220; Wednesday, 248,687.   The United States has exceeded 11.4 million confirmed cases of COVID-19, adding a million cases in just a week (ABC News). Democrats are again urging Republicans on Capitol Hill to return to the negotiating table to agree to a relief bill as the coronavirus rampages across the country and time...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — No one was hurt, but lots of firefighters rushed to the scene of a high rise fire on the near North Side. Just before 8:00 Tuesday morning, crews rushed to Ontario and State after a fire started in one of the units. Chicago Fire Department crews quickly had it out. One person was checked out by paramedics but did not go to the hospital. Also From CBS Chicago: 4-Year-Old Liam Barbarasa Found In Van In Irving Park After AMBER Alert Was Issued After Costly Renovations, Country Club Hills Couple Can’t Rent Home They Inherited While Licenses Are On Hold; ‘We’re Losing Hand Over Fist’ COVID In Illinois: How Is Dining In A Fully Enclosed Tent Different From Indoor Dining? State Officials Say It’s Not At All  
    DENVER (CBS4) – Several CBS4 viewers along the Front Range documented a beautiful sunrise Tuesday morning. Marydee Robertson in Arvada said at first she thought there was a fire before she realized it was a magnificent sunrise. Arvada sunrise. (Marydee Robertson) The development of a large mountain wave cloud along the foothills and adjacent plains overnight helped create the fiery scene as the rising sun lit the bottom of the clouds. Mountain wave clouds are created by the interaction of wind patterns with the terrain. The large cloud had mostly dissipated by mid-morning. Tuesday’s sunrise in Watkins. (credit: Riley Behling) Aurora sunrise Tuesday. (credit: Nicholas Kalinichenko) Boulder sunrise. (credit: Melinda Leach) Longmont sunrise. (credit: Joe Alsko) Longmont sunrise. (credit: Deb Haas) Fort Lupton sunrise. (credit: Dale Hostetter)
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Another Baltimore restaurant will have to find a way to maintain business after losing its outdoor dining area. A car drove into the parklet outside Blue Agave in Federal Hill Tuesday morning. Surveillance video from Diablo Doughnuts, across Light Street, shows a white car slam into the outdoor dining space, running over propane heaters and safety dividers. A car drove into Blue Agave Restaurant’s parklet early this morning, destroying its outdoor dining area, running over their propane heaters & safety dividers – at a time when small biz/restaurants rely on these areas the most due to #Covid_19 .(Vid credit:@diablodoughnuts) @wjz pic.twitter.com/S3VAFCjRmF — Annie Rose Ramos (@AnnieRoseNews) November 17, 2020 It comes at a time when businesses are already struggling to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic as cold weather and an uptick in cases means they need outdoor dining space to survive. Another Federal Hill restaurant’s...
    Sct’d rain/snow showers will push through today with the snow showers mainly confined to our northwest suburbs. Otherwise, expect partly sunny skies with temperatures running a little colder than yesterday… upper 40s. (Credit: CBS2) Tonight will be clear, cold and blustery. Temps will fall into the low 30s (20s across our suburbs), but when you factor in the wind it will only feel like the 20s. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow will be sunny, breezy and cold. Expect highs around 40 with wind chills in the 20s and low 30s. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday will still be on the chilly side and breezy. Expect highs in the mid to upper 40s.
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A cold and frosty start, but today will be dry with sunshine and high temperatures nearing 50. Rain showers arrive early Sunday and wrap up by around 12:00 p.m., so by the time the Steelers play at 4:25, it’ll be dry. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) It’ll be a windy day with gusts around 40 to 50 mph and highs nearing 60 degrees. There’s only going to be about 1/4″ of rainfall through the morning and early afternoon. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Behind the cold front, temperatures drop for the start of the work week where Monday we are dry and partly cloudy but highs only in the low to mid 40’s. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Tuesday and Wednesday will be the same set-up temperature-wise where some areas may not even make it to the 40s, but one model is showing there is also the...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities in St. Paul say a teenager was arrested Tuesday for a fatal shooting in the city last week. The St. Paul Police Department tweeted Wednesday that a 17-year-old boy was taken into custody for suspicion of murder in connection to the death of 23-year-old Donte Combs, who who shot last Thursday and died the following morning. According to investigators, Dante, of Minneapolis, was shot late Thursday night on the 400 block of Thomas Avenue, in St. Paul’s Frogtown neighborhood. Officers found him outside a home suffering from a gunshot wound. While he was initially listed in stable condition at the hospital, Combs died early Friday morning. His death marked the 29th homicide in the St. Paul this year. Investigators say the teenage suspect was arrested Tuesday afternoon near the intersection of Lexington Parkway and Thomas Avenue. More on WCCO.com Gov. Tim Walz Announces New COVID-19...
          Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday and Veterans Day! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 237,584; Tuesday, 238,251; Wednesday, 239,638. President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenFeds charge Staten Island man over threat to Schumer, FBI Pence cancels vacation in Florida: report Romney shoots down serving in Biden Cabinet MORE assailed Republicans on Tuesday for seeking to overturn the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the Supreme Court while promising Americans he will defend and improve the 10-year-old law in a nation’s capital that anticipates a narrowly...
    A man’s body was found amid the rubble of an Eagle Rock house destroyed by a fire this week, the Los Angeles Fire Department said Tuesday. Flames engulfed the 110-year-old, two-story home on Oak Grove Dr. Monday evening and took about two hours of “relentless defensive operations” by more than 100 firefighters to extinguish, fire department spokesman Brian Humphrey said. Firefighters and a group of urban search and rescue specialists returned Tuesday morning to search through the remains of the house after neighbors and relatives alerted officials that an older man who sometimes lived at the property could not be located, Humphrey said. The body was located around 9:30 a.m. The person has not yet been identified. Margaret Stewart, a spokeswoman with the department, said the search of the house had to wait until morning because of safety concerns. “The structure is extremely unstable with...
    SAN JOSE — At least one person is dead after a car crash early Tuesday morning in North San Jose, authorities said. San Jose police are investigating a “traffic fatality,” which they said occurred at about 3:43 a.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Brokaw and Zanker roads, just east of Highway 101 and San Jose International Airport. Police expected traffic to be impacted throughout the morning as they investigate the scene of the crash, though they did not specify the number of cars involved or the condition of anybody else involved in the crash. No other information was immediately available. Check back for updates.
    Expect low clouds/fog around parts of the area this morning with skies becoming mostly sunny later this morning into the afternoon. Temperatures will be running slightly cooler than yesterday, but a few record highs will still be in jeopardy, including Central Park’s. (Credit: CBS2) We’ll see increasing clouds along with some fog tonight and just a slight chance of a little light rain or drizzle towards dawn. Temps will fall into the low 60s with 50s across our suburbs. (Credit: CBS2) Some light rain or drizzle can’t be ruled out tomorrow morning into the midday hours, but more organized rain will move in during the afternoon/evening. Highs will be near 70. (Credit: CBS2) Rain will linger into at least part of Thursday. It will be a little cooler with highs only in the low 60s.
    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4)– There will be a full closure of Interstate 25 at US 34 into Loveland on Monday night into Tuesday morning. The Colorado Department of Transportation has been working in the area for a while to widen the highway and build a new bridge. (credit: CBS) Crews will pour concrete for the new portion of the bridge over I-25. CDOT said once completed, “the bridge will ease traffic congestion by adding an additional thru lane in each direction, reconfiguring the on- and off-ramps and improve pedestrian access.” The full closure will happen on the ramps over I-25 from 9 p.m. Nov. 9, until 5 a.m., Nov. 10. Additional Information From CDOT: I-25 traffic will be detoured up and over I-25 on Exit 257/US 34. Westbound US 34 traffic will be detoured north on I-25 to Exit 259/ Crossroads Blvd. Turn left on Crossroads Blvd. and the go...
    By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer If you liked Friday, you’re going to love this weekend! Despite it being early November, it’ll be feeling more like late September with temps running 10-15 degrees above normal. After some patchy fog in isolated spots early on, Saturday will feature lots of sunshine and temps once again in the low 70s. We then repeat that for Sunday with high pressure remaining in control. The great weather continues Monday… and even into Tuesday. Clouds will be on the increase, but our next chance of rain should hold off until late Tuesday night into Wednesday. Enjoy the sunny weekend! MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK Mayor Bill De Blasio Urges Protesters To Call Out Agitators, Says Officers Using ‘Kettling’ Tactic Is Not Acceptable Murder Charge Brought Against On-Again, Off-Again Boyfriend Of Orange County Woman Presumed Dead After Disappearance In 2019 New Jersey Business...
    Air Quality Alert Issued Through 3:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Friday will be another comfortable day with highs nearing 70 degrees and morning lows in the mid-to-upper 40s. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos The pleasant weather is expected to last over the next couple of days with highs in the mid-to-low 70s over the weekend. The next rain chance comes on Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning. Tuesday could also see a record high set with the forecast high for the day coming in at 74 and the record for the day 73. Stay up to date with the KDKA app, which you can download here.
    Officials in Georgia said they will be counting ballots overnight and into Thursday morning, as workers continue to tally thousands of mail ballots. Donald Trump held a narrow 0.6% lead of 28,521 votes over Joe Biden on Wednesday night, just before midnight, with 98 per cent counted, according to Associated Press.  The president leads his Democrat challenger by 49.7 per cent to 49.1 per cent, with Mr Trump having 2,428,890 votes and Mr Biden 2,403,290.  The state that has not backed a Democrat for president since 1992.  There is no automatic recount, but a candidate can request one if the margin is within 0.5 per cent.   Your browser does not support iframes. Your browser does not support iframes.     'Officials in numerous counties are continuing to count ballots, with strong security protocols in place to protect the integrity of our election,' said Raffensperger on Wednesday night.  'We have long...
    Prince Georges crime report British retailer Marks & Spencer just posted its first half-year loss in 94 years How Long It May Take: Where the Election Stands in Key States (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. election remains up in the air with the futures of Donald Trump and Joe Biden hinging on key battleground states that were too close to call and which may take until at least midday Wednesday to resolve. With no “blue wave” for Democrats on Tuesday night, Trump and Biden are bracing for a more drawn out process as ballots continued to be counted. Early Wednesday morning in the U.S., Biden won Arizona, flipping the first state to the Democrats compared to 2016, when Trump beat Hillary Clinton. Here’s the state of play and when we might get clear results from the states set to determine this year’s winner:Pennsylvania © Bloomberg Pennsylvania Officials Count Ballots For...
    D.C. crime report Two-thirds of Europes entire population are now under some form of lockdown or new restrictions in the face of a new COVID-19 surge Morning Bell With Jim Cramer: Buy Alibaba Stock Dow futures turned higher amid tight election race. The stocks turned higher as Joe Biden has gained a lead in states needed to get to 270 electoral votes. The U.S. Presidential election remains too-close-to-call in key states due to being unable to count early voting tallies prior to Election Day. © TheStreet Morning Bell With Jim Cramer: Buy Alibaba Stock In the last episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer Cramer listed several reasons for Tuesday's strong market rally. For one thing, investors are breathing a sigh of relief that the most contentious election will soon end. There are glimmers of hope for an orderly transition of power if Biden wins and hope for...
    After rallying slightly on Election Day, financial markets swung wildly on Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning thanks to uncertainty from the too-close-to-call presidential election. "We expect volatility to remain elevated," Credit Suisse told clients early Wednesday. "Amid the lack of clarity, patience is required." U.S. stock futures oscillated between gains and losses as results came in on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The dollar also gained 0.4% against other top currencies. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, and the Nasdaq composite are set to rise slightly on Wednesday morning as investors pour money into tech stocks, a common strategy that many have employed during a tumultuous year caused by the coronavirus-induced economic recession and political uncertainty. Investors' expectations for the election providing a decisive "blue wave" in which Democrats won the House, the Senate, and the White House are not likely to be fulfilled, decreasing the likelihood...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The next six days are looking very comfortable. High temperatures through next Tuesday will be in the 60’s and even 70’s with morning lows around 50 degrees by the weekend. Before then, morning lows will be in the mid to low 40’s. The next chance for rain arrives on Tuesday night. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos Stay up to date with the KDKA app, which you can download here.
    (CNN)Four key battleground states -- Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan and Georgia -- began Wednesday with tens of thousands of absentee ballots uncounted, leaving the White House race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden up in the air.Election officials in some states called it a night and planned to resume the count in the morning, while some counties in Pennsylvania weren't even to start tabulating their mail-in votes until later Wednesday morning. The mail-in ballots, which smashed records this year as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, are expected to favor Biden, whose campaign encouraged Democrats to vote early, while in-person votes on Election Day may have given Trump an advantage. Visit CNN's Election Center for full coverage of the 2020 raceTrump and his allies have repeatedly called for results to be tallied quickly so that a winner could be declared on election night, though officials technically have...
    California kicked off election day with brisk lines, peppy poll workers and rave reviews from voters, many of whom are calling it their “best voting experience ever.” “Voting is going smoothly across California this morning,” said Sam Mahood, a spokesman for the secretary of state. “We have been urging Californians to vote early this year, and they responded in record numbers.” Indeed, more than 12.8 million Californians had already cast their votes ahead of Tuesday, including almost 3 million Angelenos. But many still flocked to the polls on Tuesday, if only for the classic election day experience. “I like going in there and being in that environment where I’m with other people voting — it just makes me feel very inspired,” said Mark Yoshida, who cast his ballot at the La Mirada Public Library on Tuesday morning. “I was expecting a little more chaos, just because it is...
    OAKLAND — A man was shot in East Oakland Tuesday morning. His condition was not immediately available. The shooting happened at about 10:05 a.m. in the area of 79th Avenue and Holly Street, a primarily residential area. Officers found the man unconscious on the pavement with at least one gunshot wound. A possible suspect was seen running from the scene. No motive has been determined yet and no arrests have been made. Streets in the area were shut down while police canvassed the area for witnesses and possible surveillance video. Check back for updates.  
    Voting machines, which went down countywide in Georgia’s Spalding County Tuesday morning due to what officials described as a “glitch,” are back up and operating. Spalding County Elections Supervisor Marcia Ridley originally confirmed the “glitch” to Channel 2 Action News. According to the outlet, “Ridley said she is not sure when the glitch will be fixed but urged everyone to be patient and assured that they will be able to vote.” The Spalding County Sheriff’s Office released an update on the issue Tuesday morning, reporting that paper ballots would be used at all locations until the issue was resolved: Shortly after, the county confirmed that machines in each precinct are “now up and running as they should be.” “Officials say workers in Spalding County incorrectly loaded information onto the poll pads Tuesday morning so none of the machines were working,” the WSB-TV reported. President Trump won Spalding County in 2016 by over...
    It will be cold and blustery this morning with wind chills in the 30s; an iso’d rain shower (snow shower N&W) can’t be ruled out. For this afternoon, expect partly to mostly sunny skies, diminishing winds and highs near 50 (wind chills in the 40s). (Credit: CBS2) Tonight will be mostly clear and chilly with light to calm winds. Temps will fall into the low 40s with 30s and 20s across our suburbs. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow will be sunny and about 10 degrees warmer with highs near 60. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday will be mostly sunny and even warmer with highs in the mid 60s.
    Some city election workers face daunting early-morning commutes to polling places Tuesday, as transit officials plan to keep the subways closed before 5 a.m. “I’m a Bed-Stuy resident and the polling place I was assigned in In Bay Ridge,” said one worker, who received an email from the MTA recommending a two-bus trip that would require her to leave her house in Brooklyn at 3:44 a.m. to get to her election site on-time at 5 a.m. The woman, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, scheduled a car service instead, she said. Transit advocates worry the issue will wind up affecting polling sites. “We are worried you could have long lines at polling sites simply because the poll workers couldn’t get there on time,” Riders Alliance spokesman Danny Pearlstein told The Post. “People’s inability to access the subway overnight is getting in the way of the franchise.” Pearlstein said zElection...
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A website that Minnesotans can use to track their absentee ballots went down for more than an hour Saturday morning, along with other parts of the state’s online voter registration system, with just three days to go until the Nov. 3 election. The problem was an apparent hardware issue impacting the online tools for voters and some functionality in the Statewide Voter Registration System, said Risikat Adesaogun, a spokeswoman for Secretary of State Steve Simon. But she said the systems had been restored by around 10:15 a.m. The ballot tracking site, mnvotes.org/track, has seen an surge of use as a record number of Minnesotans vote early this year. But those looking Saturday morning to check whether their ballot had been received and counted encountered an error message until the problem was solved. Lines formed at a number of early voting centers on Saturday morning as Minnesotans heeded...
    Can Falcons find yet another unique way to lose a game? The Must-Visit Museum in Every State Dow extends losses, dropping by 900 points as Europe reintroduces lockdowns Wall Street fell again on Wednesday, as parts of Europe announced additional lockdowns and U.S. cities such as Chicago and Newark, New Jersey, introduced a new round of restrictive measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus. © Provided by NBC News The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged by over 900 points Wednesday afternoon to fall below 27,000, after a volatile morning session that saw the blue-chip index lose more than 550 points right at the opening bell. The S&P 500 sank by 3 percent and the Nasdaq composite index tumbled by 3.2 percent in early afternoon trading. Load Error Covid-19 infections are spreading across the United States at the fastest rate since the start of the pandemic, according to...
    REAL-TIME EVACUATION MAP YORBA LINDA (CBSLA) – Several homes were damaged Tuesday as strong Santa Ana winds fueled a wildfire that crossed county lines into Yorba Linda. As of Tuesday afternoon, the Blue Ridge Fire was at least 15,200 acres and zero percent contained, according to Orange County Fire Authority. At least 5,000 homes are under mandatory evacuation orders and at least 10 homes have been damaged. TOPSHOT – Firefighters look out over a burning hillside as they fight the Blue Ridge Fire in Yorba Linda, Calif. on Oct. 26, 2020. (Getty Images) The blaze broke out just before 1 p.m. Monday in the area of Green River Road and the 91 Freeway on the west end of Corona, near the Green River Golf Club. By 9 p.m. it had already exploded to 3,000 acres and had spread into O.C. Because of the blustery winds, fire officials had to ground...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Officials with Pacific Gas and Electric on Tuesday afternoon said the weather “all clear” had been given for all areas under the widespread Public Safety Power Shutoff and power restoration efforts were underway. Continuing high winds and dynamic weather conditions in the remaining impacted areas delayed the weather “all clear” notification until 1:45 p.m. Tuesday. RELATED: All You Need To Know About Public Safety Power Shutoffs PG&E said that as of Tuesday morning, crews had restored power to more than 228,000 of the approximately 345,000 customers impacted by the PSPS event that started Sunday morning due to forecast high winds and increased fire danger. 220k+ Customers Restored by Tuesday Morning – Weather “All Clear” Issued for All Areas – Aerial, Vehicle and On-The-Ground Patrols Confirm at Least 36 Instances of Damage or Hazards to Electric Equipment So Far https://t.co/25YJcebILF pic.twitter.com/k4a4NnZw3q — PG&E (@PGE4Me) October...
    Coronavirus-related hospitalizations in one state in the Midwest, an area of the country that is currently seeing a surge of new COVID-19 cases, have reached a record high — again.  Iowa on Tuesday reported some 564 hospitalizations, an increase from Monday's 561, which also marked a record high, the Des Moines Register reported.  As of Tuesday morning, The Hawkeye State had 117,630 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus — representing an increase of 1,178 since Monday morning.  (iStock) In the past day alone, an estimated 78 coronavirus patients have been admitted to the intensive care units (ICU) across the state. Overall, there are 128 COVID-19 patients in ICUs in Iowa, per the newspaper.  As of Tuesday morning, The Hawkeye State had 117,630 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus — representing an increase of 1,178 since Monday morning.  CORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE-BY-STATE BREAKDOWN Deaths are also increasing. Also as of Tuesday...
    California Governor Gavin Newsom is giving an update Tuesday on the state's response to COVID-19 as well as wildfires, which have kept tens of thousands of people away from their homes. The Silverado Fire, which broke out east of Irvine and Lake Forest in Southern California, has forced 91,000 people to evacuate and came dangerously close to neighborhoods early Tuesday morning as firefighters successfully battled to hold back the flames.How to watch Newsom's wildfire and COVID-19 update today  What: California Governor Gavin Newsom briefing on the state's response to COVID-19 and wildfires Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2020  Time: 12 p.m. local time (3 p.m. ET) Location: California Online stream: Live on CBSN Los Angeles in the player above and on your mobile or streaming device  The Silverado Fire had burned 11,200 acres acres with 5% containment as of early Tuesday morning, CBS Los Angeles...
    New York authorities have detained a man in connection to the killing of a pregnant nurse practitioner who was found dead just off of a Queens expressway.  Goey Charles, 29, was charged with murder on Tuesday morning for allegedly killing Vanessa Pierre. Pierre, who was six months pregnant and a nurse practitioner, was found face down on the side of the Horace Harding Expressway near Bell Boulevard in Bayside at around 6am on Friday, the New York Daily News reports.  Footage captured at the expressway shows a man who police say is Charles dumping the woman's body on the side of the road.  Goey Charles, 29, was charged with murder on Tuesday morning in the death of Vanessa Pierre  On Tuesday, the NYPD released footage that allegedly showed Charles disposing of the nurse practitioner's body
    DENVER (CBS4) – Temperatures plunged into the single digits both above and below normal along Colorado’s Front Range Tuesday morning. It was more unprecedented cold weather for October. The official thermometer for Denver located at the airport recorded 8 degrees for the morning low temperature Tuesday. That shattered the previous record low of 11 degrees set 95 years ago on October 27, 1925. (source: CBS) The record low comes a day after an extortionary record set on Monday. The official high temperature in Denver was only 16 degrees. That was cold enough to not only break the record for the coldest maximum ever recorded on October 26, it was also the coldest maximum temperature ever recorded on any day in October in Denver. In other words, it had never stayed so cold in October before. (source: CBS) And of course the record cold weather has not been only limited to...
    YORBA LINDA (CBSLA) – A wildfire which erupted Monday afternoon in Corona amid strong Santa Ana winds crossed county lines and moved west into Yorba Linda as it continued its rapid growth early Tuesday morning. The Blue Ridge Fire burns in Yorba Linda, Calif., on Oct. 26, 2020. (CBSLA) The Blue Ridge Fire has burned at least 6,600 acres with no containment, according to the Orange County Fire Authority. It has forced thousands of people to evacuate. All of Carbon Canyon from the Orange County line east to Summit Ranch in Chino Hills is under mandatory evacuation orders. This including both sides of Carbon Canyon Road. Olinda Village and Hollydale on the east side of Brea are also under mandatory evacuation, as is the Hidden Hills area of Yorba Linda. Nearly 5,000 homes are under mandatory evacuation orders, according to the Orange County Fire Authority. At least one home has...
    A passing shower or sprinkle can’t be ruled out early this morning, but the better part of the day looks dry. And unlike yesterday, we should see a few more breaks of sun, as well, with highs in the upper 50s. (Credit: CBS2) Passing showers and some light rain is expected tonight. Temps will fall into the upper 40s by daybreak. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow morning will start off a little damp as the showers and light rain wrap up. For the remainder of the day, expect clouds to give way to some sun with highs in the upper 50s. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday will be the wettest day of the next few as Zeta makes its approach. We’re expecting rain to move in by Thursday morning and remain steady through the better part of the day and into the evening. A trailing low pressure system will then deliver another round of...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Flurries during the morning on Tuesday, with some sun in the afternoon. Highs in the lows-to-mid-40s.Get the latest weather info with our ABC7 Chicago AccuWeather app.Here's your 7-day weather forecast.Tuesday: Clearing late. High: 44, Low: 31Wednesday: Sunny, milder. High: 55, Low: 36Thursday: Windy, light rain. High: 49, Low: 33Friday: Chilly. High: 48, Low: 29Saturday: Sunny, cool. High: 53, Low: 40Sunday: Dry. High: 51, Low: 30Monday: Still chilly. High: 53, Low: 36Get the free AccuWeather app for iPhoneGet the free AccuWeather app for AndroidNow you can get the daily allergy count for the Chicago area during select ABC7 Newscasts. You can also visit the following link: Loyola Medicine Allergy Count or call the Loyola Medicine Allergy Hotline at 1-866-4-POLLEN for English.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Passing snow, rain showers Tuesday morning. Highs in the lows-to-mid-40s.Get the latest weather info with our ABC7 Chicago AccuWeather app.Here's your 7-day weather forecast.Tuesday: Clearing late. High: 44, Low: 31Wednesday: Sunny, milder. High: 55, Low: 36Thursday: Windy, light rain. High: 49, Low: 33Friday: Chilly. High: 48, Low: 29Saturday: Sunny, cool. High: 53, Low: 40Sunday: Dry. High: 51, Low: 30Monday: Still chilly. High: 49, Low: 36Get the free AccuWeather app for iPhoneGet the free AccuWeather app for AndroidNow you can get the daily allergy count for the Chicago area during select ABC7 Newscasts. You can also visit the following link: Loyola Medicine Allergy Count or call the Loyola Medicine Allergy Hotline at 1-866-4-POLLEN for English.
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Officials with Pacific Gas and Electric on Monday announced that some areas affected by the current safety power shutoff have been given the “all clear,” allowing power restoration efforts to begin. The utility’s Twitter account posted the news shortly before noon Monday. Weather ‘All Clear’ Issued in Some Locations for Public Safety Power Shutoff Event – Patrols & Restoration Work Has Begun for Impacted Areas Where It Is Safe to Do So – Restoration Expected to Occur in Stages Beginning This Morning Through Tuesday Night https://t.co/FPHRt0ngZu pic.twitter.com/CyxAAGPmzy — PG&E (@PGE4Me) October 26, 2020 While the press release issued by PG&E did not include specific details about where the power restoration efforts had begun, the utility noted that crews had already started inspecting power lines for possible damage from high winds overnight. PG&E said the Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) that started Sunday morning affected...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It’s going to be a much cooler day ahead, where it’ll be a shock to the system for many with outdoor plans. Rain showers will linger through the morning and wrap up by late morning. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Afternoon temperatures will be below normal only in the mid-50’s. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Tomorrow will be dry and mostly cloudy with high temperatures staying in the mid-50’s before another round of much needed rain arrives late Sunday and through Tuesday. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Monday temperatures get back to the mid-60’s before cooling back down in the mid-50’s for Tuesday and Wednesday. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos Stay up to date with the KDKA app, which you can download here.
          Presented by Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Voices     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! Thirteen days until Election Day. We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 219,674; Tuesday, 220,133; Wednesday, 221,076. Tuesday’s deadline to potentially reach a deal on a coronavirus relief package before Election Day came and went without an accord, but negotiators agreed that they are on the march to finding a possible resolution and will continue talks in the coming days.    Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiOn The Money: McConnell...
    In the aftermath of a Monday night Antifa riot at the Portland Police Union headquarters, another statue of a historic American figure was found toppled and damaged. Local reports are unclear when the memorial was damaged, though some images purport to show the letters “BLM” written on the plinth. A statue honoring Harvey W. Scott, considered “one of the more influential editors” of The Oregonian was discovered toppled and broken, according to the same newspaper Tuesday morning. The precise timing of the presumed vandalism and the perpetrators still remain unknown. Local reporting notes this marks the fifth Portland area statue to be torn down in 2020. Artworks dedicated to Presidents Teddy Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington precede the local newsman, who died in 1910. Independent journalist Andy Ngo distributed footage of the scene via Twitter Tuesday morning. Breaking: After antifa rioters rallied at the @PortlandPolice union last...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Scattered showers move in Tuesday evening with our next weather maker. This disturbance will pull in plenty of low-level moisture. Poor visibility is possible with lingering mist and fog overnight. (Credit: CBS 2) The low for Tuesday night is 48. (Credit: CBS 2) On Wednesday, look for a cloudy start and then some afternoon sun, with a high of 60. On Thursday, it will be windy and warm with a high of 75 after early-morning storms. (Credit: CBS 2) On Friday, expect rain and thunderstorms again, with a morning high of 62 and falling temperatures throughout the day. (Credit: CBS 2)
    Showers will pass S&E of the city this morning and wrap up far east early this afternoon. In the city, expect a chance of some sprinkles this morning with mostly cloudy skies the remainder of the day. It will be slightly warmer, too, with highs in the upper 60s to near 70. (Credit: CBS2) There’s a chance of drizzle or a passing shower tonight under mostly cloudy skies. Temps will fall to around 60 with 50s across our suburbs. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow we’ll see some pockets of drizzle in the morning with some breaks of sun into the afternoon. It will be slightly warmer, too, with highs in the low 70s. (Credit: CBS2) Thursday’s looking decent with mostly to partly sunny skies and highs in the low 70s.
                              Sponsored by Facebook     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 214,771; Tuesday, 215,086; Wednesday, 215,910. Judge Amy Coney Barrett gave little ground on Tuesday as senators tried to gauge how she might decide cases before the Supreme Court. Measured in her answers and unflappable in her demeanor, Barrett said she would be bound by the text of statutes and would approach the Constitution as law rather...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Sunny and mild on Tuesday. Highs near 70.Get the latest weather info with our ABC7 Chicago AccuWeather app.Here's your 7-day weather forecast.EMBED More News Videos Watch the latest 7-day outlook from the ABC7 Weather team. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy and mild. High: 70, Low: 46Wednesday: Windy and warmer. High: 76, Low: 49Thursday: Cool with light showers in the morning. High: 56, Low: 36Friday: Sunny with morning frost. High: 53, Low: 35Saturday: Mostly cloudy, patchy light rain. High: 59, Low: 43Sunday: Cold, mostly cloudy with a few sprinkles. High: 49, Low: 39Monday: Cold with showers. High: 48, Low: 37Get the free AccuWeather app for iPhoneGet the free AccuWeather app for AndroidNow you can get the daily allergy count for the Chicago area during select ABC7 Newscasts. You can also visit the following link: Loyola Medicine Allergy Count or call the Loyola Medicine Allergy Hotline at 1-866-4-POLLEN for English.
    BROCKTON (CBS) — Four people were rescued by firefighters in Brockton Tuesday morning after a fire broke out in a three-story building on Warren Avenue. According to the fire department, ladders were needed for all of the rescues. At least some were from the third floor. The Brockton Fire Department says four people needed to be rescued from this house after a fire broke out Tuesday morning (WBZ-TV | Anna Meiler) It’s unclear how started the fire or if anyone was seriously hurt.
    By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good Sunday morning everybody! We’ll have a grayer day ahead with slightly cooler conditions, mainly in the middle 60s. There could be a few drops later this afternoon, but the real heavy stuff holds off until overnight. Rain is likely overnight through the day tomorrow and could be heavy at times. All this thanks to tropical moisture from the remnants of Delta slowly moving through the area… Make sure you have the umbrella handy! It will also be much cooler and breezy with highs only in the 50s. Some showers continue Tuesday but temperatures will be much warmer in the low 70s… with skies clearing Tuesday night with sunshine and temps around 70 on Wednesday! You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
    The Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots reportedly had no new cases of coronavirus as of Friday morning. According to Adam Schefter, both teams reported “no positives” Friday morning, and that “means that their games now are on track to be played.” The Titans are scheduled to play Buffalo this Tuesday, and the Patriots are scheduled to play Denver early Monday night. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) No positives this morning for both the Titans and Patriots means that their games now are on track to be played. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 9, 2020 If the Titans have more positive tests, then their game against the Bills won’t happen Tuesday, and the Bills will play the Chiefs as scheduled Thursday instead of next Sunday. Titans-Bills game scheduled for Sunday is being moved to Tuesday at 6 pm as long as there...
    Large letters reading “TRUMP” in the style of the Hollywood sign appeared above California’s 405 Freeway for a few short hours, before being taken down by state officials but is still catching the attention of the commander-in-chief. The sign went up sometime between Monday night and Tuesday morning, CBS Los Angeles reported, quickly being noticed by commuters traveling on the southbound side of the highway in the Sepulveda Pass in the early morning hours. On Wednesday morning, President Trump chimed in on the sign on Twitter, sharing a video of it and writing, “Vote TRUMP California. No more blackouts, shutdowns, ridiculous forrest fires, or water “rationing” (coming soon). We can win in California NOW!” By 9 a.m. Tuesday, workers from the California Department of Transportation were already on the scene pulling down the giant white letters, the local station reported. Asked by the Los Angeles Times  about the sign being...
    Q&Gray: What can we expect from Bryson DeChambeau at Shriners? Halloween attractions that are actually open this year Morning Bell With Jim Cramer: Google Is Making Changes Dow ended sharply lower Tuesday after President Donald Trump told his team to halt negotiations with Democrats on a fiscal stimulus package. Trump then reversed course in a tweet, sending Dow futures higher on Wednesday. © TheStreet Morning Bell With Jim Cramer: Google Is Making Changes In the last episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer asked if small businesses cab hold on until after the election? The airlines? Restaurants? With stimulus talks up in the air, Cramer looks at where we can turn to. Load Error TheStreet's Katherine Ross and Cramer discuss Google rebranding to G-suite, AMC reopening, and the accessibility of a potential coronavirus medicine. Google Stock: Buy or Sell? Google announced on Tuesday that the G Suite...
                                             Sponsored by Facebook   Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 209,725; Tuesday, 210,195; Wednesday, 210,909. Coronavirus relief talks came to an abrupt halt on Tuesday when President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump and Biden's plans would both add to the debt, analysis finds Trump says he will back specific relief measures hours after halting talks Trump lashes out at FDA over...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A teenager was shot in Sacramento overnight but is expected to survive. Around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, police responded to a shooting in the 8100 block of Gandy Dancer Way in Sacramento, which is in the Valley Hi neighborhood. When they arrived, police found the victim, a 17-year-old boy, outside of a residence and suffering from a gunshot wound, according to a Sacramento Police Department statement. The teen was taken to a local hospital where he is expected to survive. Police say the motive for the shooting and the circumstances that led to the shooting are unclear. A suspect has not been named. Sacramento saw an unusual spike in gun violence recently. Over the weekend alone, fourteen people were shot and five people were killed, including 17-year-old Jaylen Betschart and 9-year-old Makaylah Brent. The youngest shooting victim is 7. Sacramento police are increasing patrols throughout the city, specifically...
    Welcome to Monday. I think you'll appreciate the cleaner and slightly cooler air outside this morning. Please do watch out for patchy dense fog during our morning commute. Temperatures range from the upper 40s to upper 50s.VIDEO: Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your AccuWeather forecastLIVE: Track Bay Area air quality levelsClouds return to the Coast rather quickly once the morning commute ends. Some sun breaks through at the Coast this afternoon. A summer spread of middle 60s at the Coast to middle 90s Inland develops. A Spare the Air alert continues due to fires across the North Bay. Many of us see a blue sky outside of the North Bay.Expect nearly identical weather tonight as this morning.Tuesday and Beyond:Tomorrow features our last warm day and our last Spare the Air Alert this week. Highs Inland do cool a couple degrees and expect more afternoon high clouds.Autumn finally arrives Wednesday. Look for...
    MILPITAS (CBS SF) — A 2.9-magnitude earthquake hit early Friday morning, just days after a swarm of quakes rattled the shoreline of the Calaveras Reservoir. The center of the quake hit at 8:39 a.m. about six miles away from Milpitas. No other tremors were recorded. No one reported injuries or structure damage by press time. On Tuesday, three small temblors ranging from 2.7 to 3.3 in magnitude hit that morning within a three-hour span. No one was injured and no buildings were harmed. “It’s just California, it is what it is,” Milpitas resident Norman Arnold said in the wake of Tuesday’s earthquake swarm.
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Former Gov. Chris Christie is awaiting his latest coronavirus test results after helping President Donald Trump prepare for the debate Tuesday. Christie said he tested negative Tuesday and was tested again Friday morning. He expects those results tomorrow. The president announced he and the first lady had tested positive for COVID-19 early Friday morning. I want to thank all who have called and texted in the last few hours to check on my health. I feel fine and have no symptoms. I was last tested for COVID on Tuesday (it was neg) and was tested this morning. No results until tomorrow. I will let you know the results from here. — Governor Christie (@GovChristie) October 2, 2020 Christie tweeted he feels fine and has no symptoms. “I want to thank all who have called and texted in the last few hours to check on my...
    With another fire weather watch set to kick in Thursday afternoon, Wednesday could prove crucial in the fight against the Glass Fire that continued to rage through California’s Wine Country. Favorable weather allowed firefighters to claim their first containment of the blaze Tuesday evening and limit its spread to less than 2,000 additional acres overnight. By Wednesday morning, the Glass Fire had grown to 48,440 acres in size and was 2% contained. However, the fire still burned “actively” throughout the Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, CalFire officials said. At least 80 homes have been destroyed between Napa and Sonoma counties and more than 22,000 were still under threat Wednesday, according to Cal Fire. The Zogg Fire, which has killed three people and injured another, has burned more than 51,000 acres of Shasta County, but firefighters had upped their containment of the blaze to 7% by Wednesday morning. It has...
     Sponsored by JobsOhio    Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 204,758; Tuesday, 205,085; Wednesday, 205,998. During a presidential debate laden with sarcasm and cross-talk that obscured any listeners’ hopes of sorting through clear policies or civil discourse, President TrumpDonald John TrumpFive takeaways from Trump-Biden debate clash The Memo: Debate or debacle? Democrats rip Trump for not condemning white supremacists, Proud Boys at debate MORE denigrated Joe BidenJoe BidenFive takeaways from Trump-Biden debate clash The Memo: Debate or debacle? Democrats rip Trump for...