AP analysis finds growing number of poor, high-hazard dams
An Associated Press analysis has found a growing number of hazardous dams in poor condition across the U.S. The AP tallied more than 2,200 dams in poor or unsatisfactory condition that are rated as high hazard, meaning their failure likely would kill someone.
Couple in apparent murder-suicide struggled to afford health care
John Moore/Getty ImagesWHATCOM COUNTY, Washington (CNN) - After an elderly couple in Washington state was found dead in an apparent murder-suicide, investigators said they found notes suggesting the pair was struggling to pay medical bills. Brian Jones called 911 on Wednesday morning and told the dispatcher he was going to shoot himself, according to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrived about 15 minutes later and a crisis negotiator tried to contact Jones for about an hour, the sheriff's office said, before deputies sent in a robot-mounted camera. Several notes left behind cited Whitney-Jones' "severe ongoing medical problems" and expressed concerns that the couple "did not have sufficient resources to pay for medical care," investigators said. One note also contained information about the couple's next of kin, the sheriff's office said.
Rolling Stones break out song they haven't performed in 50 years
Charles McQuillan/Getty Images(CNN) - With hundreds of songs under their collective belt, The Rolling Stones have plenty to choose from when it comes to performances. But they weren't afraid to take things back to their roots Wednesday night, when their No Filter tour stopped near Washington, delighting the audience with a song they haven't played for nearly 50 years: Don Covay and the Goodtimers' "Mercy, Mercy." "It's a long time ago, so we're going to try to remember it," frontman Mick Jagger, 75, said before diving in. The last time the Rolling Stones played the song was July 5, 1969, at a free concert in Hyde Park in London just days after the death of guitarist Brian Jones. The English rockers postponed some tour dates after Jagger had a heart valve replacement this year, but No Filter picked up again in June.
Road to Super Bowl 50: 8 NFL teams battle on divisional weekend
For pro-football fans, this might be the best weekend of the NFL season. Four games over two days will determine next week’s conference championship games. Brian Jones and Gregg Giannotti of CBS Sports Radio's “Gio and Jones” join "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to preview the matchups.cbsnews.com
College football kickoff: Auburn, Louisville face off today on CBS
The 2016 college football season gets into full swing today, including the 6th ranked Auburn Tigers take on the Louisville Cardinals, in a game you can see on CBS. It’s an important match-up for both sides, but also a personal challenge for Cardinals quarterback Reggie Bonnafon. CBS Sports studio analyst Brian Jones joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to talk about the game and the season ahead.cbsnews.com