A Ft. Myers couple was visiting Miami Beach when they got caught up out in the ocean
Milwaukee remains under a state of emergency after more violence over the deadly police shooting of a black man. One person was shot Sunday night during the chaos. A police officer was hurt when protesters threw rocks and debris. The unrest came after city officials said that Sylville Smith was holding a handgun with 23 bullets when he was killed by an officer. DeMarco Morgan reports.
Reports of gunshots Sunday night brought John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to a standstill. Passengers scattered at the airport as police searched for a gunman. Two major terminals were evacuated and the airport was closed for several hours. Don Dahler reports.
A raging wildfire in northern California has forced around 4,000 people from their homes. An official says the Clayton fire has destroyed a "significant" number of buildings. The fire has burned 3,000 acres and is only five percent contained. Mireya Villarreal reports.
Record flooding threatens to swamp parts of Louisiana. Deadly weekend floods have submerged communities and more than 20,000 people have been rescued. Days of relentless rain pounded the state, and relief is still days away. At least five people have been killed. Omar Villafranca reports from Baton Rouge.
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Two terminals evacuated after reports of shots fired that authorities later aid were false
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NYPD says multiple calls started coming in of reports of shots fired at Terminal 8 of New York's JFK Airport
Shooting death of the 23-year-old black man by a police officer sparked explosive protests in northern Milwaukee
Small aircraft flying from central Florida to Oxford, Mississippi, developed engine problems and crashed while trying to land in Alabama, authorities say
Pride School Atlanta is the first LGBTQ+ affirming school in the South. Spearheaded by Christian Zsilavets, an openly transgender educator, it will join just a handful of such schools in the U.S. specifically designed as safe spaces for LGBTQ+ youth. CBS News' Ines Novacic was at the school as trans youth began their first day.
Children were found dead under a neighbor's house after their mother told someone that she had drowned them in a bathtub, police say
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