News headlines today: Jan. 11, 2019

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In Veron was down simmered thirteen year old Jamie las went missing from almost three months ago. And those are lessons he's well. Yeah. Yeah. Jennifer Smith is clauses maternal on Jamie went missing October the fifteenth when her parents were found murdered inside the family home in Barrett. A suspect is in custody police did divulge more on the case this morning. He does official tells ABC news that the process has begun for the withdrawal of forces from Syria. These days money one of a partial government shutdown over border while funding and if there's no deal that would become the longest shutdown in US history tomorrow. The senate Thursday passed and the president said he'd sign a bill that would give back pay to furloughed and forced to work without pay federal workers but as the US is about to break a record for the longest government shut down many workers are scrambling to pay bills and the president and congress showing no signs of compromise. As he toured the border city of McAllen Texas president drum said he still considering declaring a national emergency. The bill as southern law the White House has directed the Army Corps of Engineers to examine its emergency budget. To see that has additional money left in those coffers and that budgets. But in order to build a wall without additional support for federal money basically. Circumventing other merchants he needs like Puerto Rico. In California and elsewhere. The president that's former lawyer is set to tell a story to congress Michael Cohen will testify publicly before the house oversight committee next month. It comes one month before he heads to prison. He's set to serve three years for lying about hush money payoffs to hide the president's alleged affairs. Royal Caribbean says it's all places of the seas cruise ship is cutting his journey short after 277. Passengers and crew members have been infected mother Nora virus. Tennis star Andy Murray says he plans to retire global tent because his hip injury. Six months in America I think I can kind of get through this and so. He's at Wimbledon nuns. Where Lex. That that's where that led to stop. This whole thing. The problem tunnels in the home. Sir and on their taxes. Meteorologists in. The sell many weather headlines he gets another big start to be talking about the first sign of a lake effect snow that cut the flat out not to Cleveland that lots of York Pennsylvania has twelve. Fifteen inches at the top end. All but it didn't take much about their fault New York take not a lot how rough. But not all are well tensions after the storm that is just started in Colorado. At Denver over to rally will really an advisory that part of it happened on Saturday. Saint Louis through central Illinois catered or Indianapolis a look at the timing here it's Friday night starts you're traveling well wet nice that he's eight. The Kansas City it was the in the in the eight starters kind of President Nixon and change it astounds until of the someplace free plus inches of snow especially the closer we get heavy intense. Here's the interesting part though watching the end of this Sunday in this Sunday morning. They that they high pressure system training the way it's dry it's cold and Italy the northern half though. Look like Virginia still. Tell me to move up and are apparently very vouchers theme but that's about what went. This month.

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