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  • Hornets in Washington state has been brought to justice.

  • And that's where we start the week here on CNN.

  • 10.

  • My name is Carla Zeus.

  • I'm happy to see you.

  • The Asian Giant Hornets, also known as Murder Hornets because enough things can kill a person first appeared in Washington state last year.

  • People don't know how they got there.

  • These insects are not native to the U.

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  • They're also not welcome insect and non grata.

  • According to the Washington State Department of Agriculture, a small number of murder hornets can wipe out an entire hive of honeybees in a few hours.

  • Entomologists have been able to trap some of these insects, the largest hornets on earth, and they use the ones they captured to find their nest.

  • First they glued a tracking device to a murder hornet, but it fell off and the glue gummed up its wings.

  • Then they tried to tie a tracker to Ah Hornet with dental floss.

  • But that didn't work either.

  • Finally, entomologists reportedly used glue and flaws to keep a tracker in place, and it worked.

  • The hornet led them to a tree on private property in the town of blame.

  • The owner said officials could remove the hornets and the tree if needed, and they used a type of vacuum to clear out the first known Asian giant Hornet nest in the U.

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  • This doesn't mean the problem is solved.

  • As far as we know, there are probably still some Asian giant hornets lurking around northern Washington state.

  • It's Department of Agriculture says if people see one, they shouldn't try to trap or kill it themselves, but instead reported to state officials who are now up one to nothing in their mission to eliminate the invasive species from northern Washington.

  • We're moving to ST south to Northern California, where wind speeds of 70 MPH.

  • We're in the forecast Sunday that makes wildfire conditions very dangerous and thats why Pacific Gas and Electric shut off power to at least 386,000 homes and businesses.

  • It's done this before.

  • The company is trying to prevent its equipment from starting fires in the dry, windy conditions, and that can happen if power lines blow over.

  • For instance, the winds flowing from east to west across northern California are called the diablo winds.

  • They typically blow from the direction of California's Mt.

  • Diablo, which is where they get their name.

  • They could be at their worst in the fall, and what makes them so dangerous during wildfires is that they can both fan the flames and blow sparks to new areas, causing the fires to spread.

  • Officials say the power shut off could end Monday or Tuesday.

  • In the western United States, millions of acres have burned in wildfires this year.

  • Dozens of lives have been lost and thousands of homes have been destroyed.

  • Um, early winter storm is descending on some parts of the region.

  • It could bring record cold temperatures with it and as much as a foot of snow to the Rocky Mountain states of Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.

  • So that could help firefighters for some of those who have lost their homes in the blaze.

  • Is a CNN hero is continuing his work to provide shelter.

  • One RV at a time way got Thio, Northern California.

  • You know it's that apocalyptic feel.

  • The tragedy is almost every home in this community was lost, and people don't know what they're going to do.

  • And just having worked for the last two years with campfire survivors.

  • We know what they're in for.

  • My name is Woody Faircloth on the 2019 CNN hero and my daughter and I started a nonprofit called RV for campfire Family.

  • We've delivered over 80 RVs toe residents of the Paradise area who lost their homes in that fire.

  • And then just recently, these wildfires picked up again in the West with devastating results.

  • And we heard about the Fire and Buried Creek and how devastating it was because it's only 20 minutes from paradise where the campfire was located.

  • And unfortunately, this fire is really affected.

  • A lot of first responders six of the seven volunteer firefighters and Barry Creek, California, lost their homes, including the chief.

  • And so Luna and I did what we dio way source a couple of donated RVs and we headed out to California, delivered one toe chief read ranking E just can't say thank you enough, But thank you.

  • I really appreciate his way.

  • I want to be coming on here another month and a half.

  • At least we got somewhere todo you know.

  • He loves his community.

  • It's huge.

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  • How much worried about a couple 1000 of his neighbors left homeless.

  • 15 people were killed in the fire.

  • And, you know, they've been through a lot.

  • But the chief still out there every day on the line fighting the fire E could start over somehow.

  • I just got a get everything done up here and get the fire completely.

  • I'll get people back in to see this stuff.

  • Then I could start trying to figure out what I'm gonna do it.

  • But I'm definitely staying in very creek.

  • I'm definitely gonna somehow rebuild.

  • Hopefully FEMA will help us out.

  • One of his firefighters, We help Katherine.

  • She told me that they drove by her house and it was in fully engulfed in flames.

  • We were driving through, trying to get people evacuated.

  • Drove by my house, I said by house and kept going.

  • She had moved into a shed as temporary housing after losing our home.

  • And we don't think that should happen with people who are out there putting it on the line for us every day.

  • This is so wonderful.

  • More than words can say on.

  • This is just awesome.

  • Changed our name to emergency RV dot or GTA, and we've kind of opened it up to anywhere that someone is affected by a natural disaster where emergency and temporary housing is needed.

  • Our biggest need is for RVs.

  • You can donate those two emergency RV dot organ and we'll get them deployed right away.

  • 12th Trivia.

  • Which of these Halloween themed movies was released first?

  • The Nightmare Before Christmas.

  • It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Ghostbusters or Hocus Pocus.

  • It's the Great Pumpkin.

  • Charlie Brown was released in 1966 making it the oldest movie on this list.

  • To trick or treat or not to trick or treat.

  • That is the question in some communities across America this year.

  • In some neighborhoods, Halloween will look a lot like it usually does with kids added about ringing doorbells and stocking up on candy that there may be more protective masks than usual.

  • And there may be mawr adults leaving out a bowl of candy rather than handing out treats individually.

  • Some places, like Los Angeles County, California, have considered outlawing trick or treating altogether out of concerns it would spread coronavirus.

  • But the county changed its mind on that, saying it would be allowed just not recommended.

  • And in New York City, where CNN 10.

  • Contributor Chris James is based.

  • Outdoor activities like trick or treating are encouraged.

  • Indoor activities like parties are not.

  • Chris has Mawr on suggestions and approaches for Halloween.

  • 2020.

  • Hey, Carl Cove in 19 is making it hard for all of us to enjoy doing some of our favorite things.

  • I miss being able to go to a crowded concert or check out a brand new movie inside a feeder.

  • And now one of the most fun holidays of the year is gonna look a whole lot different.

  • I'm talking about Halloween.

  • I love dressing up on Halloween.

  • Check out my last costume.

  • I put on pinstripes and picked up a baseball bat for my impersonation of New York Yankee Aaron Judge, a really home run if I do say so myself.

  • But this year Halloween is gonna look very different, especially for all the young kids out there who are used to doing trick or treating.

  • Last month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued Halloween safety guidelines and labeled traditional trick or treating as a quote high risk activity.

  • Instead, they're recommending one way trick or treating, dropping individually wrapped goody bags off at neighbors or friends houses, which would help eliminate human contact.

  • And get this.

  • The small town of Mountain City, Tennessee, is encouraging drive by Halloween events at their local community center, which is an idea that other cities they're gonna try as well.

  • And companies like CBS and Target will be offering boo bags, get it individually wrapped bags of candy to give out to people and the spirit.

  • Halloween stores are recommending socially distant costume parties, graveyard scavenger hunts and virtual ghost story telling, of course.

  • So while we may not be able to go to a packed event and some will avoid door to door trick or treating, we can still celebrate Halloween, even though it will be different than we've ever done it before.

  • Back to you, Carl.

  • Well, here's one way to do a Halloween costume that fits a common theme of 2020.

  • Behold a walking zoom meeting creatively titled a zoom in gloom meeting that features a bunch of Photoshop images of the 12 year old who will be wearing it.

  • The girl herself is visible through a cut out in the middle, and the screen above her will reflect the person who's giving her candy.

  • This was created by a dad whose company designs office buildings and museums, and he's made a name for himself with creative costumes in the past.

  • Of course, you might call it a little psycho, but it took a drac you lot of ingenuity and maybe somewhere will fall to take the Frankenstein to monster up such creativity.

  • The dad's Jekyll of all trades with nothing to hide y'all up.

  • Carlos is for CNN 10.

  • Today's shoutout school sounds a little like a football play.

  • It's you 32.

  • Is that you?

  • 3200?

  • It's an East Montpelier, Vermont, the middle in high school there.

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  • A comment at youtube dot com slash CNN tent.

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