National News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=491 National News 2014-10-26T01:58:58Z National News #version=9,0,0,0" width="300" height="54" id="CBSNews_v2" align="middle"> U.S. nurse quarantined over Ebola calls treatment 'frenzy of disorganization' By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - Illinois joined New York and New Jersey in imposing mandatory quarantines for people arriving with a risk of having contracted Ebola in West Africa, but the first person isolated under the new rules, a nurse returning from Sierra Leone, called her treatment a "frenzy of disorganization." Kaci Hickox, who arrived at Newark airport in New Jersey on Friday, described hours of questioning by officials in protective gear and what she said was a mis-diagnosis of fever, followed by a transfer to a hospital isolation tent. ... Washington state teen shooter's family living in 'nightmare' By Eric M. Johnson and Victoria Cavaliere MARYSVILLE Wash. (Reuters) - Relatives of a Washington state teen accused of a high school shooting rampage said on Saturday that they were living in a "nightmare" and struggling to understand why the boy targeted his two cousins and several friends before killing himself. One girl was killed and four other freshman students were severely wounded in Friday's morning rampage inside the cafeteria at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, north of Seattle. ... Suspect in two California deputy deaths charged with murder, carjacking (Reuters) - A Utah man was charged with carrying out a crime spree in Sacramento that killed two California sheriff's deputies and wounded a third, law enforcement officials said on Saturday. A fourth victim, a motorist who was shot in the head, remained hospitalized Saturday, officials said. Marcelo Marquez, 34, of Salt Lake City, was booked into Sacramento County Jail early Saturday and faces two counts of murder, two counts attempted murder and carjacking charges, a sheriff's spokesman said. ... Nurse criticizes Ebola quarantine, raising concern NEW YORK (AP) — The nurse who was quarantined at a New Jersey hospital because she had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa criticized the way her case has been handled, raising concerns from humanitarian and human rights groups over unclear policies for the newly launched quarantine program. Anti-violence fair held in memory of slain Philadelphia student An anti-violence fair was held in honor of a promising high school student from Philadelphia who lost her life during a senseless shooting last month. Windy Sunday Meteorologist Melissa Magee says winds pick up and temps cool down for the second half of the weekend. Crimefighters: Who killed Michael Young? A Philadelphia mother has been waiting for justice since the murder of her son back in the late 90s - now up to $21,000 is being offered to find his killer. Parking authority threatens to shut down Uber service in Philadelphia Uber, the popular car service, launched what it calls UberX this weekend in Philadelphia but this less expensive alternative has the Philadelphia Parking Authority threatening hefty fines and big penalties. Suspect in killing of deputies was twice deported SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A man suspected of killing two deputies during a shooting rampage in Northern California was deported twice to Mexico and had a drug conviction, federal authorities said Saturday. Today in History Today is Sunday, Oct. 26, the 299th day of 2014. There are 66 days left in the year. Cuomo: Ebola quarantine may be hard to enforce NEW YORK (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is acknowledging that the 21-day Ebola quarantine he and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced may be difficult to enforce. US: Power to visit Ebola-ravaged West Africa UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States ambassador to the United Nations is on her way to visit all three of the West African countries hit hardest by the Ebola outbreak, amid rising calls for travel restrictions back home in the U.S. Ebola: NY had jump-start, Dallas had to learn fast NEW YORK (AP) — Talk about a tale of two cities: A Dallas hospital got a pop quiz in Ebola and made an early mistake. New York got a peek at the answer sheet and was better prepared at the start. Dalai Lama visits Alabama church at center of civil rights movement By Sherrel Wheeler Stewart BIRMINGHAM Ala. (Reuters) - The Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibet, visited one of America’s sacred sanctuaries on Saturday, touring the church where four African-American girls were killed in a 1963 bombing that galvanized the civil rights movement. As more than 300 protesters and supporters chanted and beat drums outside, the Dalai Lama held hands with Birmingham Mayor William Bell inside the 16th Street Baptist Church and said he was overjoyed to stand at the site where the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders in the 1960s launched rallies for freedom for African-Americans. “Human rights starts from within," the Dalai Lama said. It does grow from earth." He said: ”Martin Luther King was important to the acceptance of civil rights. Woman injured in 2-vehicle crash in Oxford Circle A woman was injured in a two vehicle crash in Philadelphia's Oxford Circle section. Hawaii officials warn of possible lava evacuation HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii authorities on Saturday told several dozen residents near an active lava flow to prepare for a possible evacuation in the next three to five days as molten rock oozed across a country road and edged closer to homes. Few details offered on quarantines over Ebola NEW YORK (AP) — A nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone is the first test case of quarantine policies now in effect in three states over heightened fears the deadly virus could be spread by health care workers returning to the United States. Pa. woman says she sold pot to help raise grandkids A 65-year-old Pennsylvania woman has admitted selling hundreds of pounds of marijuana from her home but says she needed the money to raise several grandchildren after her daughter died Ships idle off Los Angeles amid port problems LOS ANGELES (AP) — The twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are facing their biggest crisis in a decade as container ships idle offshore because cargo can't be moved off the docks fast enough. Maui voters to decide whether to ban GMO crops HONOLULU (AP) — Dozens of Maui mothers are going door-to-door to urge voters to back a ban on the cultivation of genetically engineered crops because they think they are unsafe. 2 arrested in killing of 9-year-old Anaheim girl ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Two gang members were arrested in the killing of a 9-year-old Anaheim girl who was hit by stray gunfire while playing outside her apartment, police said Saturday. Man attacked with baseball bat and shot in Queen Village Police say a man was attacked, beaten with a baseball bat and shot in Philadelphia's Queen Village section. 20 displaced in Tioga-Nicetown apartment fire Officials say more than one dozen residents were displaced after flames broke out in Philadelphia's Tioga-Nicetown section. Disaster response drill at Philadelphia International Airport More than 150 emergency personnel joined Philadelphia EMS and firefighters at Philadelphia International Airport for a training drill to prepare for a disaster event. Gold nugget found in California finds secret buyer SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — One of the largest gold nuggets in modern times pulled from Northern California's Gold Country has sold to a secret buyer. US journalist says body was 'at war' with Ebola PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Ashoka Mukpo knew he really was in trouble when he saw the people treating him in full protective suits and hoods. Health care worker criticizes quarantine process NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The health care worker who was quarantined at a New Jersey hospital because she had contact with Ebola patients in West Africa is sharply criticizing the way her case has been handled. Ten Commandments attack suspect being evaluated OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A man suspected of driving a car into a Ten Commandments monument outside the Oklahoma state Capitol is under mental evaluation, according to the Highway Patrol. From job to job to job, a life lived _ and lost ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) — The fumes, reeking of gasoline, poured from the white Kia SUV as soon as an emergency medical technician broke one of the rear windows. Inside, the body of a dark-haired young woman with a beauty mark on her left cheek reclined in the driver's seat, keys dangling from the ignition. Dallas nurse who survived Ebola must wait for dog DALLAS (AP) — A Texas nurse who has recovered from Ebola must wait to see her King Charles spaniel, Bentley. Police seek motive in fatal Washington state school shooting By Eric M. Johnson and Victoria Cavaliere MARYSVILLE Wash. (Reuters) - Authorities in Washington state worked on Saturday to find out what led a popular high school student to open fire on a group of classmates seated at a cafeteria table, killing one and wounding four others, including a pair of his cousins, before killing himself. The Friday incident at Marysville-Pilchuck High School in the city of Marysville, north of Seattle, sent students fleeing from the building and sheltering under desks in the latest in a series of U.S. school shootings. ... WRHL 2014-10-26T06:58:58Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=491