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Evening News - CBSNews.com
Evening News - CBSNews.com
Butler University's bulldog retiring after 7 years
Butler University’s 8-year-old bulldog mascot is about to graduate. Dean Reynolds reports.
2020-03-11 01:18:03
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Butler University mascot set to retire after 7 years
Butler Blue III — otherwise known as Trip​ (short for triple) — has wobbled and slobbered his way into the hearts of fans and players alike.
2020-03-11 01:15:00
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CDC advises high-risk adults to prepare for coronavirus outbreak
Coronavirus has now affected 10 nursing home facilities in a single county in Washington state. The governor has imposed strict requirements to stem the outbreak.
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CDC recommends "social distancing" amid coronavirus outbreak
Dr. Jon LaPook joins the "CBS Evening News" with the latest on the CDC response to the coronavirus outbreak.
2020-03-10 03:13:18
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Trump considering tax cuts as coronavirus sinks markets
With recession fears increasing, the Trump administration is considering tax cuts for individuals and industries most affected. Nikki Battiste reports.
2020-03-10 01:52:56
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Body cameras capture officers' act of kindness
It was a simple act of kindness. And we would never have known about it — if they hadn't been wearing body cameras.
2020-03-10 01:37:00
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Police officers surprise young girl on her birthday
Bodycam footage shows two Georgia police officers taking a birthday surprise to a little girl, but the real hero was her mom. Don Dahler reports.
2020-03-10 01:11:19
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"Humanity" at its finest: Man dies years after unlikely friendship saved him
"And some little girl, who was 4 years old, said, 'Hi, old person.'"
2020-03-07 20:54:17
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Man dies years after young girl's friendship saved him
One of Steve Hartman’s favorite stories took a bittersweet turn when Dan Peterson died at 86. "On the Road" tributes a man who overcame his personal grief thanks to a little girl who gave him a reason to smile again.
2020-03-07 02:52:08
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Coronavirus cases surpass 100,000 worldwide
As coronavirus cases top 101,000 worldwide, at least 260 cases have been confirmed in the U.S. Jamie Yuccas reports.
2020-03-07 02:49:24
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Mother of missing children makes first court appearance
A mother suspected in the disappearance of her two children has made her first court appearance. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
2020-03-07 02:36:02
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Inside the lives of children living in the Syrian civil war
Inside the lives of Syria's children, who have been the most affected by the country's war. Ian Lee reports.
2020-03-07 02:32:34
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Inside Syria's worst humanitarian crisis
A province in Syria's northwest, Idlib is the last opposition stronghold against the government of President Bashar al-Assad.
2020-03-07 02:15:46
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Protester interrupts Sanders rally with Nazi flag
A protester unfurled a Nazi flag at an Arizona campaign rally for Bernie Sanders, who is Jewish.
2020-03-07 02:01:59
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Coronavirus outbreak takes toll on small business profits
New numbers show the job market was in strong shape before the coronavirus began to sweep through the U.S. Janet Shamlian reports.
2020-03-07 01:54:47
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Health officials weigh in on airline travel risks
The travel industry is among the hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak. Kris Van Cleave reports.
2020-03-07 01:51:03
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Volunteer raises $30,000 to help Nashville recover after tornado
The storms had barely left the state when thousands began stepping forward to help.
2020-03-06 06:50:49
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Cruise ship held at sea after former passenger's death
Coronavirus test kits were flown to the Grand Princess cruise ship by U.S. Coast Guard helicopters. The cruiseliner, which has been banned from docking in San Francisco, is feared to have more than 3,000 passengers and crew onboard that may have been exposed to the deadly virus. Jamie Yuccas reports.
2020-03-06 05:07:26
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Community comes together after deadly tornado outbreak
The tornadoes had barely left Tennessee this week when thousands began stepping forward to help. Some joined the search for victims, other cleared debris. Mireya Villarreal reports.
2020-03-06 03:07:42
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Coronavirus is changing the way businesses operate
The coronavirus outbreak is changing the way businesses operate. Starbucks is now banning reusable cups that are meant to reduce waste over concern that they could spread the virus. Anna Werner reports.
2020-03-06 02:56:30
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Pence warns of deficit as demand for coronavirus testing kits rises
Government health officials do not have enough medical test kits for those who may be exposed to the coronavirus. The Trump administration is accused of giving the public mixed messages on the risks and their preparedness of the outbreak. Paula Reid reports.
2020-03-06 02:41:58
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Warren drops out of 2020 race and holds off on endorsement
Elizabeth Warren has dropped out of the 2020 race and has not endorsed any of the remaining candidates. Tulsi Gabbard the remaining female running in the 2020 race. Ed O’Keefe reports.
2020-03-06 02:35:30
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Mom of missing kids to face felony charges in Idaho
A mother suspected in the disappearance of her two children is back in Idaho. Lori Vallow was arrested as FBI released new images of the missing kids who were last seen at the Yellowstone National Park. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
2020-03-06 02:02:31
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How hospitals are dealing with coronavirus cases
Hospitals in Illinois are being forced to change vital procedures as they brace for an influx of coronavirus cases. CBS News got a rare inside look at how an emergency room functions during this crisis. Adriana Diaz reports.
2020-03-06 01:51:24
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California reports first coronavirus death
Los Angeles County has declared a public health emergency as the first coronavirus death was reported in California. There are now at least 153 confirmed cases of coronavirus nationwide. Carter Evans reports.
2020-03-05 05:03:30
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Mother shares survival story after deadly tornado outbreak
Volunteers are helping search for those missing after a deadly tornado outbreak hit Tennessee. David Begnaud reports.
2020-03-05 03:05:30
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Biden emerges as frontrunner after Super Tuesday
Super Tuesday voters gave Joe Biden wins in a surprising 10 states. Bernie Sanders took three, with California leaning his way. Ed O’Keefe reports.
2020-03-05 03:00:04
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Justice Roberts slams "threatening" Schumer comments
The Supreme Court heard arguments in a major abortion rights case. Chief Justice John Robers rebuked the Senate's top Democrat for what he called "threatening" statements against two Trump-appointed justices. Jan Crawford reports.
2020-03-05 02:56:09
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"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek shares update on cancer fight
An estimated 57,000 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this year. About 47,000 will die from the disease. “Jeopardy” host Alex Trebek has been fighting stage four pancreatic cancer for exactly a year now. Jamie Yuccas reports.
2020-03-05 02:39:09
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Vermont basketball player makes a comeback after surviving deadly accident
It is often said, "It is not whether you win or lose that counts." That is what happened last night when the University of Vermont basketball team took on Albany. Nikki Battiste reports.
2020-03-05 02:38:28
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