Transcript for Mary Kay Letourneau loses battle with cancer
Scott in Washington with the latest headlines. Good afternoon, Rachel. Hey, Amy, good afternoon. We begin with news about the woman who made international headlines in the late '90s over her relationship with a sixth grade student. Mary Kay letorneau dying of cancer at 58. The former teacher from Washington state served seven years in prison for raping sixth grader vili fulaau. The two later marrying and two children and then divorcing. The relationship starting when he was 12 and she was 34. Her lawyer said that she lost a long battle with cancer. A reversal now on mask, the governor of Ohio, citing a dramatic increase in covid-19 cases. Governor Mike dewine now making mask wearing mandatory tonight. Back in may, he told our Martha Raddatz that mandating face mask was quote a bridge too far. The governor now backtracking on light in the intensifying virus emergency. Now to the outbreak at a popular summer camp in southwestern Missouri. Despite measures in place, to minimize risks, teenage campers have been sent home with scores of kids and counselors now infected. Doubling over the holiday weekend. Missouri one of several states reporting camp outbreaks. And to the former first couple celebrating a big milestone. Jimmy and rosalynn Carter, the longest married presidential couple in our country's history. Married 74 years. And Amy, the Carters tied the knot at the methodist church in July 7th back in 1946. He was 21. She was 18. They're now 95 and 92. Talk about some couple goals here, Amy, that's a long time. Yes, it is. Congratulations to them. And thank you for that, Rachel.
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