MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From the first and only vice presidential debate to Hurricane Matthew, here is a look at the four stories to know from Oct. 4, 2016.
Tim Kaine and Mike Pence face off Tuesday in their first and only vice presidential debate in Virginia.
The Indiana governor is under pressure to deflect attacks against running mate Donald Trump, particularly over his tax and foundation issues. The Virginia senator will try to keep the momentum on Hillary Clinton’s side.
A new CBS News poll shows Clinton leading Trump by four points with just five weeks to Election Day.
Sports fans will be able to say their final goodbyes to golf legend Arnold Palmer.
A public ceremony is being held Tuesday at St. Vincent College in his hometown of Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Up to 10,000 people are expected to attend.
Palmer, who was one of golf’s greatest players and ambassadors, died at age 87 after complications from heart problems last month.
All eyes are on Hurricane Matthew as the system continues to gain strength in the Caribbean.
The Category 4 hurricane is expected to bring life threatening rain, wind and a storm surge to Haiti after hitting Jamaica and Cuba.
Matthew could take aim at Florida and the southeastern U.S. coast later this week.
On Tuesday, Google will hold one of its biggest hardware launches ever.
The tech giant is expected to unveil two new smartphones, called the Pixel, and give more information on “Google Home,” an Amazon Echo competitor.
Tech insiders said a virtual reality headset is on the way, along with a whole new operating system that could combine elements of Android and Chrome OS.