Seperate shootings over the weekend.
The latest on their condition is coming up.
Plus the 63rd annual grammy's took place last night in los angeles.
We'll look at who dominated the show and made grammy history straight ahead.
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It's just us guys you all of course and the mondays can become a cloudy and gloomy tomorrow, clothing.
It's pretty much the keywords will throughout the week.
Rain this afternoon.
Dryer tomorrow and heavier rain and some storms likely on wednesday don't see a lot going on, forces force firs half of the day today is considered but again for the afternoon rush hour that'll be changing were looking at mid and upper 50s and much of the area looks like chester leading the pack at six leading the pack at 63.
As far as the headlines or concerns can be really unsettle for the week with a wet start today.
Part of the day tomorrow.
Then again on wednesday, especially wednesday.
Temperatures will be a little bit closer to normal as we have through the rest of the week were talking highs today hittin probably 6566 showers, cropping up, you're ready for the rush hour lower and middle 50s tomorrow morning tomorrow afternoon backup 60 lower and middle 50s tomorrow morning tomorrow afternoon backup 65 to 68.
Much of the area that north alabama you briefly could hit 70 will get some more vomit seven-day forecast coming up in just a moment right now is timesaver traffic.
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Look at how a 27 year tenure factors wrote without penalty left on matfield new 12 now this morning ... they metawards -- marking the f time music's most coveted awards were handed out during a global pandemic.
Chris martinez has more from los angeles in our entertainment news.
Nats.."breaking the all-time record for the most grammy wins ever by any female artist or any singer male or female...the grammy goes to...beyonce!"
Beyonce reigned supreme at the 63rd grammy awards - adding four more statues to her collection, bringing her total to 28.
Among the wins: best r and b performance for her album "black parade."
"i believe it's my job and all of our jobs to reflect the times.
And it's been such a difficult time."
Taylor swift became the first woman to win album of the year three times...for "folklore."
"we just want to thank our fans."
19-year-old billie eilish won record of the year for the second year in a row for "all i ever wanted" but said megan the stallion should have won.
"you had a year that i think was unstoppable."
Megan thee stallion won three grammys of her own, including best new artist and best rap song for "savage," featuring beyonce.
"it's been a hell of a year, but we made it!"
Nats...as you can see here, we are outside.
Host trevor noah called it a night to celebrate the music that has touched our lives and saved our souls over an unprecedented year.
And it was an unprecedented show.
Nats..."this is not a zoom background.
This is real."
The awards were handed out amid social distancing and mask-wearing protocols.
And for most of the artists...the grammys marked their first public performance in a year.
Artists performed without an audience except for their fellow artists on four stages inside the los angeles convention center.
Nats... and for the first time --employees from hard hit smaller music venues across the nation presented awards.
Chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles.
This year marked the first time in grammy history four different women won the top four awards.
In a crime alert - two people are recovering after being shot sunday night in two separate locations in chattanooga.
The first shooting happened in the 12-hundred block of grove street court.
According to c-p-d, a man was shot and is suffering from non-life threatening injuries.
The victim was transported to the hospital by hamilton county e-m-s.
The second shooting happened near dodds avenue on 15th avenue.
C-p-d says that this victim is also suffering from non-life threatening injuries.
Police and the k-9 unit were on the scene.
Police say that they do not know if the two shootings are related.
We'll keep you updated as we learn more about both of these incidents.
A home in red bank was saved thanks to red bank fire department.
The fire started sunday afternoon in the 4-hundred block of tiktin drive.
According to the red bank fire department, a car that was under a shed caught on fire.
Both the car and the shed sustained heavy damage.
However, the fire department was able to save the home that was near by.
"this is what we train for.
We have a new driver.
We were literally just doing this scenario wednesday and friday.
We have had a dry spell.
We haven't had any rain in a while.
So, the leaves are dry.
So, we tried to keep it as close to the initial point of fire as we could."
No injuries were reported.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
Voting rights advocate stacey abrams talked about the restrictions to voting access being proposed by georgia and many other states on cnn's "state of the union" sunday.
Abrams says that republicans are trying to eliminate access to voting.
We know that voter fraud did not happen.
But we know that voter participation did increase.
And we should all be small-d democratic in the sense that we should want as many people as possible who are eligible to have a voice in the direction of our nation.
If we are willing to invest our dollars, we should be allowed to have a voice in our system.
That was the fundamental premise of this nation."
Early voting for chattanooga's runoff election begins next week.
It will start next wednesday march 24th.
There are 3 locations where you can vote early: the brainered rec center, election comission, and hixson community center.
Brainerd rec and hixson community center will be open 10 in the morning to 6 in the evening monday through friday.
The election commission will be open from 8 in the morning till 6 in the evening.
All locations are open from 10 in the morning to 4 in the afternoon on saturday.
The runoff election features tim kelly vs kim white for chattanooga mayor.
Jenny hill and thomas lee are in a runoff for district 2 while dennis clark and isaiah hester are in a runoff for district 5.
The chattanooga fire department hopes that you are keeping up with the batteries in your smoke detectors.
The fire department says that smoke alarms that are properly installed and maintained play a vital role in reducing fire deaths and injuries.
They suggest that you test your smoke alarms regularly as well as make a fire escape plan for your home.
"you push this button and you do not hear a response, more than likely, that means that the device is either malfunctioning or it has a dead battery which is an easy replacement.
These things usually operate off of a 9 volt battery.
You should replace those batteries about every 6 months."
If your smoke alarm malfunctions--chattanooga fire will come out and replace your batteries or the detector.
Now for the forecast, here's chip chapman.
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It certainly is isaiah most of the week rooms. he pretty good.
Showered storm chances those chances kick in a little bit later on into the after that we go just cloud cover this morning.
Couple of very light sprinkles down into north alabama to look for that to last very long either, but as we hea into the afternoon rush hour that is going to be changing rain already moving in the parson emphasis is heading up towards dyersburg to look at this moisture train continuing to live up actually going to be affecting us most on wednesday 51 right now in crossville nashville is 56 gets 60 nashville is 56 gets 680 for the warmest reading down in tupelo, mississippi, lee pointed at highway 153, 580 clouds on the increase humidity at 37% little bit of a breeze out of the north between five and 10 mph.
Our current reading of 58, the second warmest out of all of th major travel cities coast to coast.
We are looking at 26 in new york 28 rapid city 210 temperature wise were essentially flat.
It's a degree warmer out of the airport that was, this time on sunday.
There's a frontal boundary itself is a station just barely to ourselves or to look at this warmer air continuing to lift up from the gulf.
Although the heart of this warmer heirs can be tracked towards the east, what we've seen for the past several days right around 65 in an early morning tomorrow lower 50s a lot of clouds and probabl some dog, especially where you see the rain's afternoon tomorrow afternoon or tomorrow evening 60 tomorrow afternoon or tomorrow evening 64 to about 68 wednesday down into the mid-50s as we begin the day on day st.
Patrick's day wednesday.
By the way, and it's going to be and what would are going to see this moisture continuing to lift fro the southwest to the northeast.
This will be training over the same geographic area pretty much all day wednesday wednesday night and thursday lingering showers possible into friday as well, then a cooler weekend ahead.
So overall the next several days are pretty unsettled, pretty unstable.
As far as the rainfall potential i concerned, is from right now through tomorrow afternoon the third to a half an inch but it's tomorrow night heading into wednesday afternoon especially will really see these numbers beginning to rack up to 2 1/2 inches of rain good safe that some folks will be picking up a little bit high today right around 67 and again drive for the first have the baby showers a good possibility of a good likelihood after that more on the seven-day forecast from the epb fiberoptics weathe center to upper 60s today through wednesday.
Thursday will hit 70 in vancouver for the weekend.
Both in the early morning and late afternoon is coming up on 10 minutes after six you're watching is 12 now, this morning, our cbs money in consumer news - bitcoin reaches a new all time high.
-- and facebook starts a new program to help get more people vaccinated against covid.
Diane king hall has those stories in this morning's moneywatch report.
Investors are hoping wall street's winning streak continues today.
The dow gained 293 points friday, its sixth straight session in positive territory.
The nasdaq dropped 78 but was still up more than 3- percent for the week.
The s&p 500 rose four points to extend its all-time high.
Bitcoin reached a new high-water mark of its own over the weekend.
The world's leading cryptocurrency shot up to more than 61-thousand- dollars on saturday.
Some analysts believe the recent rally is tied to the arrival of new stimulus checks after a similar jump last year.
Facebook wants to use its unrivaled reach to help get more people vaccinated against covid-19.
This morning, the social media giant launched a new campaign to help users learn about the new vaccines.
That includes information about eligibility and how to register for them.
Facebook says the links will show up directly in people's news feeds.
That's your cbs moneywatch report.
For more head to cbs moneywatch.com.
At the cbs broadcast center, i'm diane king hall.
The tennessee vols are on the road to indianapolis for the big dance.
Angela moryan has a preview of their first game in sunrise sports from the gatorade sports desk when we come back.
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I think so much cloud cover continuing to increase as we went through the day.
Showers holding off until later on this afternoon.
What you see those showers beginning of q3.
You're handy for a wild 580 right now to melody still pretty low at 37% of that number will increas as we head through the day.
There's rain back out towards the west of the scobee tracking from the southwest towards the east.
As we get into the afternoon rush hour today.
Temperature was around the area this morning.
Not too bad tellico still into the upper 40 lower 60s in winchester at your going to see, when stored for again should be later on today before the rainfall begins temperatures for most of the week will be a lot closer to normal.
What we've seen over the past several days, lower to middle 60s today.
Couple of folks will stay into the upper 50s in the early morning tomorrow most areas between 50 and 50 most areas between 50 an 55 tomorrow afternoon were getting back up into the upper 60s should be a mainly dry day on tuesday, but we are going to see some heavier rain for wednesday part of thursday are probably a few showers and cooler to friday.
It is now almost 25 minutes after six or watching news 12 now this will ahead on news 12 now this morning - alton park broke ground on a new beautifcation project over the weekend.
How it will help boost the community is coming up.
The u-s is moving in the right direction with covid-19 pandemic.
We'll look at how much the different variants could play a role straight ahead.
Now from the epb weather center, your storm team 12 right now forecast.
Welcome back to news 12 this jeff, your new morning welcomin monday.
Now, this morning, they can enjoy but chapman regarding blevins has the day off today we're going to be looking at: insulin start to the week.
Isaiah also the week, cloudy periods of rain popping up prettiest stretches here as we officially get into spring a little bit later in the week of course say patrick's day on monday ... .
Here we go.
Cloud cover continuing to increase.
Although most of the day today, at least until the early mid afternoon will stay dry temperatures ranging from the 680 in tupelo tell the 46 in london, kentucky, nashville at 56.
We have 58 here downtown humanity is still pretty low so it can take a while for the saturation level ii in crease right now the entities 37% little bit of a breeze out of the north in our current reading of 58 is the second warmest out of all of the major travel destinations coast-to-coast so it's a little bit warmer here than it was just 24 hours ago and were going to see these temperatures for the next several days getting a lot closer to normal.
Couple of areas of low pressure along thi frontal boundary will begin drawing up oyster and sending it to the north and east.
Later on today were looking at 65 or so and by the afternoon rush hour, no showers will be popping up at least in part of your lower 50s, early morning tomorrow than tomorrow afternoon anywhere between 60 lower 50s, early morning tomorrow than tomorrow afternoon anywhere between 64 and 68 for the daytime high eve as late as seven or 8 o'clock tomorrow night will still be up to the lower six and not a huge drop off after that with mid 50s wednesday again were going to be looking at some rainfall rolling through and wednesday will be the wettest.
Probably a few storms mixed genesis moisture trains over the same geographic area before getting out of here for a while.
Thursday a few lingering showers into friday and is going to bring us some cooler conditions as well.
As we head into the tail end of the work week and into the weekend ahead will talk about around 70 or so on thursday in the cooler was in the early morning and late afternoon ... muscular latest check now on timesaver traffic.
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But how much of a threat do the new variations pose?
Naomi ruchim reports from new york.
As we cover the nation.
) more than 2-million covid-19 vaccine doses are being administered every day in the u-s... 107-million and counting so far.
Over 37-million americans are considered 'fully vaccinated.'
That's 11-percent of the total population.
As high school football resumed in california this past weekend... "it's the great feeling ever.
I get to be back in the field..."
.a new cbs news poll shows a majority of americans feeling optimistic about efforts to stop the pandemic.
"i'd like to see the island like this.
It'll bring it back to life and businesses will go back to normal."
Spring break is now underway in texas, a state no longer requires masks to be worn.
"it's actually great to see the world functioning in some normalcy."
Experts are still urging caution.
"they opened the restaurants, they opened some of the bars.
The younger people particularly stopped wearing masks.
And then all of a sudden, you have a surge that went right back up.
And that's where we are right now.
We can avoid that..."
) "if i have an anxiety, it's that something worse than the south african variant is out there that will get to the point where the vaccines no longer appear to be fully protective against a bad outcome."
Overseas.four european countries have suspended use of the astra-zeneca vaccine.
Pandemic hit the united states and forced all businesses to close their doors to the public since then, it's been a bumpy road for businesses as they respond to guideline changes, mask mandates, and limited store capacities.
Most businesses say they have had to depend more on online sales, delivery services and rearranging how they do business.
" i haven't had the people connection that normally have when i am in the store.
That's the joyous part of it.
It really makes you put your nose to the grindstone and dig deep into what's important to you.
What do you want to represent.
I have always thought you have to be unique or you wont make it."
Though this year has been challenging, local businesses say they are finally seeing an uptick in sales and are hopeful for the future.
Covid-19 has also pushed many parents into pursing homeschooling as an option.
Homeschool inspire founder was founded by a chattanooga mom of nine homeschooled children.
Joyce mcpherson helps parents that are new to homeschooling their children.
She created this group last year in order to relieve stress from families by offering a mentor program.
"we realized that there was a need for support for parents.
We also wanted to help parents create their own approach and so we tried to match people with experienced homeschoolers who use the same approach to home school and there are many approaches."
If you would like to be a mentee or a mentor send them an email at inspire 2 educate us at gmail dot com as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, most sports, school, and academic events had to be put on hold this year.
50 teams of middle & high schools students from all over the united states were finally able to put their hard work and robotic skills to the test on saturday.
This competition was the largest in-person robotics event this year in tennessee.
Officials say seeing these students adapt and overcome so much will only better prepare them for the future.
We talk about workplace/ soft skills all the time and how robotics can help students for future careers.
The key things are these 21st century skills: can students communicate well, can they collaborate with others , can they think creatively , can they think critically about what they are doing and think hey what do we need to do differently."
The event was held at the first tennessee pavilion which offers a large open air space to gather safely.
There are new developments in the case of missing 17 year old daphne westbrook from chattanooga.
The search for westbrook and her non-custodial father john---- likely places them in fort walton beach, florida as recently as one week ago.
They may be driving a 19-71 volkswagen beetle.
It's red with no plate or windshield.
Authorities believe john westbrook kidnapped his daughter, daphne in october 2019.
They think daphne is being held against her will and unable to communicate with the outside world.
If you see them, call the tbi in community news - a chattanooga beautification project officially broke ground over the weekend.
This project will help benefit alton park and one block of hughes avenue in south chattanooga.
Volunteers planted several trees to help kick start the project.
The new space will include a community garden--- meditation area---and a stage.
The project is estimated to cost around 52 thousand dollars.
All of the ideas for the project came from within the community.
"the point is to begin revitalization of south chattanooga.
When you do projects like beautification projects or curb appeal projects that will bring in more attention and investment into the community which is something south chattanooga definitely wants."
The hughes project would like some people to sponsor community benches.
If you are interested go to our website wdef dot com now for the forecast, here's wh don't exist.
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Highs in the mid 60s when popping up out of the north and northeast 15 to 20 mph gusting even higher moral met seven-day looks like mid and upper 60s from now through wednesday, thursday, we should have 70 vancouver for the weekend ahead really unsettled conditions from now through the you're watching is 12 now, this morning you have plans to send the kids to a summer camp.
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I know last year camp with handled were a lot of places right here in the valley and i know kids are really excited about joining some of the camps this summer.
It was said to 20 to have to cancel last summer and that makes it more exciting.
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It is for five adult and in this morning, sportsman's forecast rotted by the iowa cove outdoor center, cloudy, breezy.
The rain poppin up this time that the open water around 4 o'clock this afternoon.
See highs in the upper 60s now through wednesday.
Wednesday will be the wettest day on the much isaiah back to you with th desk.
Maybe chip and crime alerts and people are recovering after being shot sunday night in chattanooga.
The proceeding happened in the 1200 block of grove street court.
According to the chattanooga police department.
A man was shot in his suffering from a nonlife threatening injury.
The victim was transported to the hospital by the hamilton county ems magazine, the second shooting happened near dodd avenue on 18th ave.
Tentatively say this victim is also suffering from a nonlife threatening injury police and the k-9 unit were on the same police don't know if these two shootings are related keep you updated as we learn more about both of these incidents home in red bank was safe next to the other red bank fired apartment fire broke out sunday afternoon in the 400 block in the 400 block victim dr..
According to the red bank fire department a car that was under a shed caught on fire up the car and the said sustained heavy damage.
However, the fire department was able to name the home that was nearby.
No injuries were reported in the cause of the fire is under investigation.
We come back to is going to have a final check on forecast and will see what's happening out on the roads they network coverage, but what exactly is it?
And what's so great about it?
Let's take a look at some of the benefits of 5g.
I'm emily cassulo, and this is tech byte.
The benefits of 5g nathan roach / best buy smartphone users have a lot to look forward to.
Best buy's nathan roach says 5g gives you the speed to do anything you want.
Roach : "5g internet is actually going to be about 10 times faster than the current 4g that the majority of people are using.
It's going to be a huge advantage.
It allows for a really seamless transfer of data, and it's going to make really just a much, much quicker, easier user experience on the end."
Roach says it'll be a huge benefit once it's everywhere.
Roach : "if your internet at home was 10 times faster, would it make a difference for you?
Absolutely it would.
You think about the speed of not only being able to communicate with friends, family, relatives, and especially if they're overseas, 5g enables really that instantaneous communication that really allows things to go flawlessly."
It's not in many cities right now, but that will change.
Roach : "5g is ever evolving, so they're always adding more towers.
It's a rollout.
They start obviously with major metropolitan cities, and then roll out from there to highways and other areas, but you're going to see every day you have 5g towers going up, so every day it's an improvement over yesterday."
As 5g coverage continues to expand over the next few months, roach expects it to be just about everywhere within a year.
So how do you prepare for it now if you're in the market for a new phone?
You want the right tech that's compatible.
Especially if you're spending a lot of money.
Roach : "so when you're looking at a new cell phone, whether it be an apple, samsung, anything like that, make sure that you're looking at the 5g technology.
Not only will you be able to take some advantage of it now, it really sets you up in the future when the technology is really fully in place to be able to take advantage of it, so i think it's a great thing to go ahead and do, and it prevents you from being behind when everything's fully rolled out."
Roach says all new iphones are fully 5g, but with some unlocked phones, you'll still see 4g capabilities.
Roach : "if you get a 5g phone, it is backwards compatible with all of the other carriers, so you're not losing anything, you're really just making sure tr hundred and or sleep and better life that important first step of the time change in be troublesome with drowsy drivers but now we are in good shape right now we are crystal and lilly free norton, south east and west and traffic is brought to you by tennessee american water wishing to express appreciation to all the front- line workers who keep us moving forward and continue to provide needed services near the front president finds matt fields for news 12 now this morning.
I think you very much will see some showers developing by the afternoon high around six.
I think you very much will see some showers developing by the afternoon high around 67 as well tomorrow but still a lot of clouds continued with only slightly heavier rain, thunderstorms likely wednesday will see some of the continuing in the thursday thursday looks to be the warmest day of much with highs around 70.
We got 590 right now to be able to stay up and watch the grammys last night.
No, what i'm able to make and i wasn't even you know what the card but you know was an incredible night, especially fo women.
They dominated the award last night took place in los angeles.
Meg's value to resolve the one best new artistwhich wa.
Beyonce and taylor swift both made grammy history.
Beyonce won best r and b performance for "black parade."
That was her 28th grammy win, pushing her past allison krauss for most grammy wins by a female artist.
Taylor swift won album of the year for "folklore."
She became the first female artist to win that award 3 times.
Congratulations to all of last nights winners.
Krispy kreme is going green through saint patrick's day.
It's offering these holiday doughnuts: the lucky unicorn, leprechaun, gold coins and sprinkles.
Most are original glazed doughnuts dipped in white frosting -- and then decorated.
The lucky leprechaun is filled with cookies and kreme -- and dipped in green icing.
On march 16th and 17th ... participating locations will offer a free doughnut to people who are wearing green.