Gov. Mary Fallin was attending concert Saturday night when EF1 tornado struck central Oklahoma county
By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer As expected it was a gorgeous day across the Tri-State. Skies will remain mostly clear tonight as temps eventually bottom out in the 50s around town with 40s & even some 30s well north & west. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow will be a really nice finish to the weekend with temps a few degrees cooler than today but still well into the 70s for most…there will be a few more high-level clouds during the day but overall, expect mostly sunny skies. (Credit: CBS2) Monday is when cloud coverage will really increase out ahead of a slow-moving storm system. Monday will be warm & muggy with temps in the low 70s, and some spotty drizzle & fog is possible. Tuesday looks like a soaker as that frontal system trudges through, bringing bouts of heavy rain & gusty wind. Enjoy the dry weather while it lasts!
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10/21 CBS2 Saturday Evening Weather Headlines
Morning! Happy Weekend! I highly recommend getting outdoors this weekend and enjoying the fantastic weather! It might be the last “best weekend” until spring (as far as temps & sunshine goes). (Credit: CBS2) Temps today & Sunday will be a few degrees milder than they were this week topping off in the mid to upper 70s! Is an 80° out there? Possibly, but nut likely not widespread. A few clouds mar the afternoon by Sunday but temps again lie in the mid 70s. (Credit: CBS2) Monday, we start to cloud up ahead of some needed rain coming to town Tuesday & Wednesday. G
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10/21 CBS2 Saturday Morning Weather Headlines
Comedian Patton Oswalt is best known for his role on “The King of Queens” and as the voice of Remy in the animated film, “Ratatouille.” The Emmy Award winner tells CBS News contributor Jamie Wax about bombing onstage — and what’s worse than that. Tune in for the full interview Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017 on “CBS This Morning: Saturday.” Find out when “CBS This Morning: Saturday” airs in your city here.
(PRESS RELEASE) — R&B sensation and 11-time Grammy Award-winner Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds will perform on Saturday, 13 January at 8 p.m. …
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R&B superstar to visit Tropicana Atlantic City
Text message was sent Saturday to those on the base urging them to “shelter-in-place” and to lock all doors, according to CBS affiliate KENS-TV
There were more tributes Saturday for victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting, where 58 people were killed. Meanwhile, 45 people are still in the hospital, some in critical condition. Jamie Yuccas reports.
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Tributes continue for Las Vegas shooting victims
Police said there were five passengers in Casey J. Bodian’s car during the traffic stop Saturday, including three girls between 11 and 14
On Thursday, President Trump announced he would stop payments to insurers that lower premiums for millions of lower-income Americans. The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office estimates the move could hike some health insurance rates by as much as 20 percent. Political writer for New York Magazine, Eric Levitz, joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss why middle-income Americans could be affected the most.
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How will Trump’s order to end health care subsidies affect rates?
Self-driving cars, delivery drones and internet service delivered through floating balloons are just some of the projects that have come out of X, the secretive Google lab tasked with imagining and developing futuristic technologies. Atlantic magazine senior editor Derek Thompson went inside the lab and joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss what else the company’s exceptional minds are envisioning.
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What goes on inside Google’s so-called moonshot factory?
Fire officials say containment levels in the deadliest wildfires in California’s history have jumped. But the good news may be short lived as firefighters are bracing for more dry and windy weather Saturday. The fires have killed at least 35 people and forced more than 90,000 residents from their homes. Carter Evans reports.
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Significant progress in containing California’s deadly wildfires