Need2Know: Tuesday News Roundup

August 14, 2018

These are the headlines you Need2Know:

  • Deadly Bridge Collapse in Italy: More than 20 people were killed Tuesday when a highway bridge collapsed in Genoa. Part of the Morandi Bridge fell, sending cars and concrete tumbling down on industrial zone. Watch the video posted by Italian police on Twitter.

  • Seattle Airport Evaluates Security: Officials at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport are reconsidering security measures after an airline employee stole an empty, 76-seat Bombardier Q400 turboprop plane last week. The employee, Richard Russell, flew the plane for more than an hour before he crashed it, killing himself. Officials are looking at how Russell could steal the plane, and if terrorists and other troubled individuals could gain access to other planes. For more on the investigation click here.

  • Montana Wildfires Spread: Firefighters in California have started to get a handle on some of the biggest fires in the state. Yosemite Valley, the most popular attraction in Yosemite National Park, is set to reopen this morning. Meanwhile, fires in Montana are multiplying, forcing evacuations and road closures. Officials said a lightening strike sparked the fire in Montana. For pictures of the different fires, click here.

  • Trump Lashes Out at Omarosa Manigault Newman: The former White House aide released more tapes of her conversations with President Trump and other administration and campaign officials. Manigault Newman, promoting her new book, "Unhinged," has said the recordings show Trump is unfit to be president and that he used a racial epithet during a taping of his TV show, "The Apprentice." Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to deny the allegations, calling Manigault Newman a "lowlife," and saying she is "wacky and deranged." For more, click here.

Cheddar's Jill Wagner gets into the latest.

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