*Breezy and sunny today with some clouds, a stray thunderstorm is possible high 85
Police are on the scene of an assault that happened on a Metro Bus in Overland, one person was taken into custody
*Whlie the weather might be good today storms on Thursday are the big news, that includes late tonight and tomorrow. Some of them in our area could be severe with damaging winds and possible isolated tornadoes and hail.
Tornado season kicked into high gear yesterday as a powerful storm system slammed the central part of the country with severe thunderstorms, high winds and tornadoes.
The National Weather Service says there were more than 15 tornadoes reported, mostly in parts of Kansas and Nebraska, which knocked down trees and snapped power lines. There were no reports of serious injuries or major damage. More dangerous weather is expected today as the system moves east.
The Trump-North Korea Meeting Will Be At The DMZ -
Kim Jong Un is reportedly agreeing to the idea of meeting President Trump in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
Trump raised the possibility during a news conference this week and CNN says the North Korean leader has given it a thumbs-up. Some events may be held on the North side. No date has been set for the historic summit but Trump said it could happen in three-to-four weeks.
The Korean DMZ sits on the most heavily armed border in the world. It is also where the historic meeting between South Korea’s president and Kim Jong Un took place last week.
Those concerns that the iPhone has lost its luster appear to misguided, as Apple beat analysts' estimates with its latest revenue and profit report.
Apple said that its sales have increased 31 percent and it also raised its dividend, and revealed a $100 billion share buyback.
With the news on Tuesday, Apple's shares rose three-percent in extended trading, after it closed at $169.10. In recent weeks, the Cupertino, California-based company's stock had dropped due to concerns over demand for the iPhone X [pr: ten], its most expensive model to date.
In the fiscal second quarter, Apple's revenue was up 16 percent to $61.1 billion, marking the company's fastest growth in more than two years.
Source: Bloomberg Technology
Judge Orders Iran To Pay 9/11 Victims -
A U.S. judge is ordering Iran to pay billions of dollars to the family members of over a thousand 9/11 victims.
A default judgment issued yesterday by a federal judge in New York found the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Revolutionary Guard and the Central Bank of Iran liable for the deaths of over a thousand people in the attacks on September 11th, 2001.
Judge George Daniels ordered the Islamic Republic and various entities to pay $12.5 million per spouse, $8.5 million per parent, $8.5 million per child and $4.25 million per sibling.
The family members of the victims filed a lawsuit in 2004, and the suit was allowed to go forward in 2016 after Congress passed a law allowing countries accused of terrorism to be held liable. The lawsuit alleges that Iran provided assistance and training to the 9/11 hijackers.
Iran has never responded to the lawsuit.
Source: The Hill
The Cards beat the White Sox 3-2, they play them again today at 12:15pm. Colton Wong had a funny incident with the gatorade jug last night when he tripped trying to throw it on someone