National News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=491 National News 2017-09-22T01:25:53Z National News Authorities: Armed woman, ranting about Cuba, threatens cashier at Kardashian store The woman left before officers arrived, but then apparently returned with a machete Woman with gun, machete causes stir at Kardashian boutique A woman allegedly walked into a West Hollywood boutique owned by the Kardashian family and held a cashier at gunpoint, but no one was hurt. A CBS Los Angeles photographer was filming when the woman returned to the store with a machete. CBS Los Angeles' Dave Lopez reports. "You really have to want it," Beth Mowins says about breaking NFL glass ceiling Mowins will make CBS history this weekend when she becomes the first woman NFL play-by-play announcer on the network Hurricane Maria targets Turks and Caicos as Puerto Rico left powerless Powerful Category 3 storm heads for Turks and Caicos Islands, then Bahamas after leaving millions in Puerto Rico without power NTSB: Sleep apnea, speed cited in NYC-area train crashes Neither train engineer had been diagnosed with sleep apnea before the crashes Flint water crisis blamed for lower fertility rates, increased fetal death rates According to a new medical research study, fetal death rates increased by 58 percent in Flint after the city switched its water source in April 2014 "Star Trek" franchise and the future of medicine "Star Trek: Discovery" is premiering this Sunday on CBS. Dr. Jon LaPook explains how well the "Star Trek" franchise has done over the years at predicting the future of medicine. Study blames contaminated water in Flint for severe health problems A new study out Thursday blames contaminated water in Flint, Michigan for lower fertility rates and an increase in infant mortality. Dean Reynolds reports. Trump wants to renegotiate Iran nuclear deal President Trump wants to renegotiate the 2015 agreement to freeze Iran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting financial sanctions. He wants a long-term deal with more stringent terms. Margaret Brennan reports. Hundreds rescued after Hurricane Maria hits Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria inflicted damage on 80 percent of homes in Puerto Rico. In the coastal city of Cantano, residents forged through flooded streets, heading to the only open grocery store. In the small town of Toa Baja, hundreds of residents were rescued by the National Guard. David Begnaud reports. Aaron Hernandez had severe form of CTE, study says A study that came out Thursday said former football star Aaron Hernandez had a severe form of CTE, a degenerative brain disease found in people who have received repeated blows to the head. Hernandez took his life earlier this year in prison. James Brown reports. Sean Spicer's notes draw attention of special counsel Robert Mueller The special counsel's Russia investigation has cast a wide net of documents. Major Garrett reports on whether they could include former White House press secretary Sean Spicer's documents as well. Anthony Michael Hall pleads no contest to assaulting neighbor The "Breakfast Club" actor is accused of shoving a neighbor who fell and broke his wrist Facebook promises greater cooperation in Russia investigation Facebook promised greater cooperation in the investigation of Russian meddling in the U.S. election. Founder Mark Zuckerberg said the company will turn over to Congress thousands of ads that were posted on Facebook, and later linked to Russia. He also promised to make political ads on Facebook more transparent, disclosing who paid for them. John Blackstone reports. 9/21: CBS Evening News Facebook promises greater cooperation in Russia investigation; "Star Trek" franchise and the future of medicine Bear attack prompts closure of Virginia hiking trails A park spokesman says a bear attacked a woman from behind as she walked her two dogs in Douthat State Park in Millboro, Virginia Street race leaves 1 dead, several cars destroyed in California The California Highway Patrol says one man is dead and seven cars were damaged after an illegal street race Wednesday. The driver who caused the wreck was determined to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Stacey Butler from CBS Los Angeles reports. Snow storm in the Sierra Nevada on last day of summer turns deadly A slick roadway on a highway in California triggered a chain reaction crash involving 16 vehicles and at least one fatality Attorney: Aaron Hernandez had "severe" CTE, lawsuit filed Former NFL star committed suicide in prison where he was serving a life sentence for murder Campus run by Mormon church lifts ban on caffeinated soda sales Six-decade ban ended Thursday allowing soft drinks on campus, surprising students who took to Twitter to celebrate the announcement WRHL 2017-09-22T06:25:53Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=491