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STRUGGLING WITH WORK AND AGING PARENTS - WILL A CEASE FIRE HOLD - EBOLA IN NYC? - MAYOR FISCHER - 8.5.14 SHOW

 
Posted August 5th, 2014 @ 6:17am

Frustrated driver makes his own parking place and doesn't think twice about it.  Today's "Video of the Day"


Taking care of that aging parent while struggling with work's responsibilities.  CBS News' Geoff Colvin takes a look at this growing problem for many.

A fragile cease fire appears to be holding in Gaza.  Will it continue?  CBS News' Cami McCormack is in Tel Aviv and talks with Tony Cruise about the fragile situation and what life is like for those who live in the region.  

A person who had been in a West African nation where Ebola was present is in New York's Mount Sinai Hospital this morning. He was admitted yesterday with high fever and gastrointestinal symptoms and is being kept in isolation while doctors attempt to determine the cause of his symptoms. One of the hospital's doctors told reporters last night the "odds are" the patient does not have Ebola. With Tony is CBS News' Jim Taylor at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.

The PGA may dominate the tourism industry this weekend, but if you like beer or bourbon there's something for you!  With Tony this week is the Kentucky Tourism's Scottie Ellis on some great places to go!

Speaking of the PGA, what is the economic impact on Louisville?  Mayor Greg Fischer talks with Tony.

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