A New Hampshire pumpkin festival turned into chaos when celebrants started throwing glass bottles and lit bonfires in the streets.
Police, wearing riot gear, used pepper spray and tear gas on the crowds.
When a local journalist tried to report on the melee, he was interrupted, not by someone from the crowd, but a festival organizer.
Jeanne Moos reports.
(CNN) – Under fire in the wake of Ebola cases involving two nurses and monitoring for dozens of people, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated Ebola guidelines Monday, focusing on better protecting health care workers. "Any infection is unacceptable," CDC Director Tom Frieden told reporters. He stressed the importance of more training and supervision.
The prime suspect in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham has been indicted for sexual assault.
A grand jury indicted Jesse Matthew in a 2005 rape. The indictment also includes charges of attempted murder and abduction. The case against Matthew is growing; he's been forensically linked to the case of Morgan Harrington, the Virginia Tech student who vanished in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2009.
The indictment comes as a police search team found a skull and bones scattered just 8 miles from where Hannah Graham was last seen.
Jean Casarez is OutFront from Charlottesville.
There is a lot of confusion over the CDC guidelines when it comes to monitoring those who come in contact with Ebola patients.
They're receiving different information from different officials on what to do and where they can go. But should a person who spent time with someone with Ebola, be out shopping?
CNN's Alina Machado has the report OutFront.
The pressure is building for President Obama to ban flights to the United States from Ebola hot zones.
But would the idea work?
OutFront, Dr. Ivan Walks, He's The Former District of Columbia Chief Health Officer and Dr. David Dausey. He's an Epidemiologist and Dean of the School of Public Health at Mercyhurst University.