Last night we were in Mobile, Alabama to cover the crippled Carnival Triumph.
We had the opportunity to speak with a number of passengers who were stranded at sea for five days. Even though they had no power and limited access to toilets, many they came off that ship not just relieved but actually grateful for the unforgettable time with family and friends.
But in addition to meeting a lot of interesting people as a journalist, you also get the chance to visit and experience places you might never otherwise see. And yesterday I learned what a great city Mobile, Alabama is. FULL POST
One factor the authorities did not address is in their press conference is who gets the million dollar reward for tips that lead to the capture and conviction of Dorner.
However, the LAPD just issued a statement saying they cannot distribute any money until their investigation is complete, and that no decisions have been made yet regarding the reward, which has apparently prompted a number of inquires in recent days.
One potential candidate is Rick Heltebrake, who says he called the police after Dorner carjacked him this week, and he is OutFront tonight.
Our fifth story OutFront – new details in the ongoing investigation into Christopher Dorner's shooting rampage.
Just moments ago, the San Bernardino's Sheriff's Office held a news conference that addressed many of the questions that remain following the manhunt that ended with Dorner dead inside a burned out cabin in the San Bernardino Mountains.
CNN's Kyung Lah is OutFront in Los Angeles with the details.
OutFront with more information on our planet’s twin asteroid scares today is Ed Lu, a former astronaut who has logged over 200 days in space and now spends part of his time hunting asteroids.
A meteor broke apart over central Russia today, just hours before an asteroid half the size of a football field shot past the planet today.
There are incredible pictures of it streaking across the sky above the Ural region, causing chaos, panic, and a blast powerful enough to shatter windows and doors and damage numerous buildings.
More than a thousand people were reported injured, mainly by flying glass and debris.
Tom Foreman is OutFront with the details on exactly what happened.