'It can happen to anybody': Eviction concerns grow as more struggle amid pandemic. Eviction concerns Grow. 12-year-old boy and his grandmother killed in Oregon wildfire. A 12-year-old boy and his grandmother died in a wildfire burning near Lyons, Oregon, CBS Portland affiliate KOIN reports.
A family member identified the boy as Wyatt Tofte, according to KOIN. Tofte ran from his home on Tuesday as the Santiam Canyon fire approached. Volunteers had been searching for him. The Enchanted Forest amusement park in Turner, Oregon, posted a statement on Facebook saying the boy was the great-grandson of the amusement part's founder. We are devastated to confirm that Wyatt Tofte has not survived. "We are devastated to confirm that Wyatt Tofte has not survived. The boy's mother is also in critical condition at the hospital, KOIN reported, citing the boy's cousin. CBS News has reached out to Tofte's family for more information. On Wednesday, the Marion County Sheriff's Office launched a search and rescue mission after receiving reports of a missing boy and his dog, KOIN reports.
Deputies have not confirmed the boy's identity. "It was pretty terrifying," said Dye. 12 year old boy and grandmother killed in Oregon Wildfire. COVID-19 at college: Shaming and blaming students can make it worse, experts say. With colleges around the country reporting outbreaks of COVID-19, some schools have placed the blame on students.
But experts say shaming students and zero-tolerance policies may be making the situation worse. The vice chancellor of Syracuse University called students "selfish" for gathering in the school's Quad without observing social distancing, and a Cornell University vice president scolded irresponsible behavior for a cluster of cases that caused the campus in Ithaca, New York, to raise its alert level to yellow Friday. The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, which quickly moved to a virtual learning environment after an outbreak of cases at 13 residence halls, blamed students participating in off-campus activities for the decision.
In the last week, New York University suspended more than 20 students for violating coronavirus policies, and 11 study-abroad students were suspended from Northeastern University after a hotel room gathering. Let our news meet your inbox. COVID-19 At college - blaming the students can make it worse. More than 2 dozen wildfires burning in California. Wildfires in California. Black jogger jailed after mistaken ID arrest speaks out. Updated 3:00 pm PDT, Thursday, September 3, 2020 Mathias Ometu speaks outside the Bexar County Courthouse Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020 to the media in San Antonio, Texas.
Police officers detained Ometu while he was jogging on Aug. 28, as a suspect in a nearby domestic violence call, saying he resembled a sketchy description given by the complainant. However, the complainant refused to come to the scene immediately to positively identify Ometu. The delay in his positive identification led to a two-day jail stay until he was cleared. (William Luther/The San Antonio Express-News via AP) lessMathias Ometu speaks outside the Bexar County Courthouse Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2020 to the media in San Antonio, Texas. Photo: William Luther, AP. Black Jogger who was mistaken and arrested. Man shot after intervening in fight between his mother, another man, SAPD says.
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police are searching for two men in connection with a shooting Sunday night on the Southeast Side.
Police said a man and a woman were arguing around 10:40 p.m. outside an apartment complex in the 2100 block of Dollarhide Avenue, near Pecan Valley Drive and Interstate Highway 37. At some point during the argument, a son of the woman began to argue with the man for yelling at his mother, and the two men started fighting, police said. The man left and returned shortly with another person, who shot the woman’s son, police said. The two men drove off. Anyone with information on the shooting or the men’s whereabouts are asked to contact the San Antonio Police Department. Related: San Antonio police searching for persons of interest after teen shot, killed at North Side apartment complex Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
Man shot after intervening in fight between his mother and another man.