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Red Cross Mobilizes To Help Nepal Earthquake Victims

CAMBRIDGE (CBS) — Thousands were killed and many remain missing after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake ripped through the Katmandu Valley region in Nepal.

The American Red Cross is among the aid organizations that have mobilized to help. 68 more words


Man Shot And Killed Sunday Inside Sacramento Apartment

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police detectives are investigating a fatal shooting on Sunday afternoon in Sacramento.

At around 2:58 p.m. police went to an apartment building in the 724 Lampasas Avenue to investigate reports of assault an assault and reports of gunshots. 78 more words


Chicago Woman Eager For Son To Return From Mt. Everest Climb

(CBS) — A Chicago woman whose son survived the earthquake and avalanche in Nepal, says she can’t wait for him to come home, but, WBBM’s Regine Schlesinger reports it looks as though that could take some time. 155 more words


Ferndale City Council To Vote On Drone Ban

FERNDALE (WWJ) – It could soon be illegal to fly a drone over Ferndale.

A vote is scheduled to be held at Monday evening’s city council meeting on a new ordinance that would ban the trendy unmanned aircraft — often fitted with video cameras — across the city. 217 more words


Suburban Middle Schoolers Honored For Hard Work

CHICAGO (CBS) — At this time of year, when many of the best students are honored for their work in the classroom or in a sport, some honors also are being given to some students who’ve been trying hard. 211 more words


Dayton Questions Rising Cost Of Southwest LRT Project

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Gov. Mark Dayton said Monday that he’s “shocked and appalled” to learn that the Metropolitan Council raised its estimate for the Southwest Light Rail Transit Project by $341 million for a total budget of nearly $2 billion. 129 more words


Coyote Spotted Hiding Behind Bush At Middle Village, Queens Home

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A coyote curled up behind a bush at a home in Queens Monday morning.

The coyote was spotted in the front yard of a Middle Village resident’s home. 91 more words