The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 5, 2021

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: March 5, 2021
From. Come. Tonight the growing wave of re openings across the country living in Arizona the latest to open businesses to full capacity. This state already among sixteen and neither have no state wide mask mandates work just moved to lift them like Mississippi and. And schism in the West Virginia governor Jim justice was speaking out on CNN but I don't know really who gladly didn't actually get rid of the last Vietnam is because. Save the lives of Tony idea I don't know where are you getting hammered yeah. But we're they are yeah. The FBI has arrested a former trump administration appointee and he's charged in connection with the January 6 how to see us. Federico Klein had a top seed. Security clearance and drug administration State Department and was still a government employee when the FBI said he assaulted a federal law enforcement officers during the insurrection. Court records say fine here don't video final finish up in the riot shield between doors officers. Fine clothes and another video Klein was allegedly heard calling the crowd behind him we need fresh people that tipster told the FBI Klein had exhibited extreme behavior including inflammatory rhetoric about president Biden and vice president Harris. New concern over the Lee's actions in Rochester New York. Police releasing video showing an officer pepper spraying a mother and front of her three year old child last month. Officers responded to a call about a shoplifter. She was sprayed during a struggle for childless Knox. And officers on administrative leave. But chaotic scene in the streets of New York. As trapping rolled sound on second avenue. The white sands smashed right into an immaculate Toyota Cameron from bin Laden is home. They of course launching a car hit any outdoor dining set up but the problem fishing hawk that was close. I watched from a different angle measured children appeared across that crosswalk and a woman who was about the zipper coffee that car spun around shooting debris into the intersection on the Indian then second avenue there rag wreaking Havoc for nearly two city blocks and sawing down the street line. The for the white van and mowed down this scaffolding up this building from exploding up fruit stand. Widow Warner who had just moved to get warm condolence. By now you've got a better. The demand for. Wrapped around a pole eight people injured including 25 and seven year old boy he's heard from flying debris wall are expected to survive including that driver of the man who police suspect. Some verdict made medical episode it's a. How long we don't exactly. But the world it seems is running out of stands. You see the Sahara Desert you wouldn't think is supplying these endless but we humans use a lot of sand. Road construction in computer chips and of course classes of students. With a couple of other. Environmental scientists are sounding the alarm from the global demand for sand is outpacing the planet's ability to produce it. There are calling on the construction industry for example to using recycled concrete in the building of roads and buildings because they save. Time is running out it's absolutely our. All.

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