Transcript for 78-year-old women receives her college diploma
We turn now to ABC's Kyra Phillips in Washington with the latest headlines for us. Good afternoon, Kyra. Thanks, Amy. Great to see you. We begin here with that pipeline hack attack that's causing concern at the nation's pumps now, multiple states are facing dwindling supplies following cyberattack on the colonial pipeline company. The company providing 40% of east coast fuel. The white house monitoring temporary shortages in the southeast. The governor of North Carolina declaring a state of emergency. But consumers are urged not to panic buy, only to make things worse and send prices higher. The company is working to straighten out that hack. And the three men facing hate crimes and other charges in the death of ahmaud arbery, are expected to appear in federal court in Georgia today. They're accused of murdering the 25-year-old what was out for a run. The defense attorneys for Greg Mcmichael his son Travis and his neighbor say the men committed no crimes, that trial expected to get under way in the fall. And tensions rising in the Middle East, Israeli forces lighting up the skies with a deadly Brage over gaza, over 200 rockets into Israel. Scattering at the western wall as sirens sounded, hamas warning for days it would attack unless Israel pulled back from holy sites. The U.S. Is urging all sides to step back. Back here at home, police in Texas on the look out for the big cat on the loose, the bengal tiger's suspected owner now in custody. The tiger spotted wearing a collar in the frontyard of a west Houston neighborhood and those folks are pretty nervous about where it might show up next. Tis the season, seniors once again taking to the stage to get their diplomas. This young lady in particular catching our eye, she's 78 year Olds from Alabama, graduating from Samford university. She's a single mom, she worked her way, guys, from a mailroom on the way to talks now about going for her masters, she wants the knowledge. We got room here at "Gma3," what do you think? For her? Of course. We can expand this desk, no problem. Kyra, thank you. She'd love you, T.J. She would love you. Never too late. Amazing feat. Congratulations to her. A whole lot more ahead on "Gma3." The California recall considered messy and complex. We'll meet the former San Diego
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