Top Stories: Climate Change And Volcanos; Sportscaster Dick Enberg Dies

December 22, 2017

Good morning, here are our early stories:

— Papa John’s CEO Steps Down Following Controversial Remarks On NFL.

— Australian Prime Minister Calls Melbourne Vehicle Attack ‘Isolated Incident’.

— Doug Jones Says Alabama Senate Campaign Against Moore Was ‘Surreal’.

— Sportscaster Dick Enberg, Whose Career Spanned 60 Years, Dies At 82.

— Climate Change Likely To Increase Volcanic Eruptions, Scientists Say.

And here are more early headlines:

Catalonia Votes Again For Separatist Politicians. (CNN)

Washington State Suspends Rail Service On Derailment Route. (KOMO)

Evacuations Lifted As California Gains Against Thomas Fire. (VC Star)

Coroner Says All Deceased Victims Shot, Not Trampled, In Vegas Massacre. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

No Passenger Rail Traffic On Derailment Line Until Safety Systems In Place. (Seattle Times)

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