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  • a nest of murder.

    一個殺人的窩點。

  • Hornets in Washington state has been brought to justice.

    華盛頓州的大黃蜂已經被繩之以法。

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

    這就是本週CNN的開篇。

  • 10.

    10.

  • My name is Carla Zeus.

    我叫卡拉-宙斯

  • I'm happy to see you.

    我很高興見到你。

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

    亞洲巨黃蜂,也被稱為謀殺黃蜂,因為足夠的東西可以殺死一個人,去年首次出現在華盛頓州。

  • People don't know how they got there.

    人們不知道他們是如何到達那裡的。

  • These insects are not native to the U.

    這些昆蟲並非原產於U.

  • S.

    S.

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

    他們也不歡迎昆蟲和不受歡迎的人。

  • 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.

    根據華盛頓州農業部的數據,少量的殺人馬蜂可以在幾個小時內消滅整個蜂巢。

  • 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.

    昆蟲學家已經能夠捕捉到一些這樣的昆蟲,它們是地球上最大的大黃蜂,它們用捕捉到的昆蟲來尋找它們的巢穴。

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

    他們先是把一個追蹤裝置粘在一隻殺人大黃蜂上,但它掉了下來,膠水把它的翅膀粘住了。

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

    然後他們試圖用牙線把追蹤器綁在阿黃蜂身上。

  • But that didn't work either.

    但這也沒有用。

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

    據報道,最後,昆蟲學家用膠水和缺陷來保持跟蹤器的位置,它的工作。

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

    大黃蜂把他們引到了怪鎮私人財產的一棵樹上。

  • 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.

    主人說,如果需要,官員可以將馬蜂和樹移走,他們使用一種真空吸塵器清理出美國第一個已知的亞洲巨型馬蜂巢穴。

  • S.

    S.

  • This doesn't mean the problem is solved.

    這並不意味著問題已經解決了。

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

    據我們所知,華盛頓州北部可能還潛伏著一些亞洲大黃蜂。

  • 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.

    它的農業部說,如果人們看到一個,他們不應該嘗試誘捕或殺死它自己,而是報告給州官員,他們現在在他們的任務,以消除入侵物種從華盛頓北部的一個到什麼。

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

    我們正在向南移動ST到北加州,那裡的風速為70英里/小時。

  • 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.

    週日的天氣預報顯示,野火狀況非常危險,這也是為什麼太平洋天然氣和電力公司關閉了至少386,000個家庭和企業的電源。

  • It's done this before.

    它以前也是這樣做的。

  • 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.

    公司為了防止設備在乾燥、大風的環境下引發火災,如果電線被吹倒,就會發生火災。

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

    例如,從東向西流過加州北部的風被稱為暗黑風。

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

    它們通常從加州的山峰方向吹來。

  • Diablo, which is where they get their name.

    暗黑破壞神,這就是他們名字的由來。

  • 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.

    它們在秋季可能是最糟糕的時候,而在野火中,它們之所以如此危險,是因為它們既能扇動火焰,又能將火花吹到新的區域,導致火勢蔓延。

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

    官員說,停電可能在週一或週二結束。

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

    在美國西部,今年有數百萬英畝的土地在野火中被燒燬。

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

    數十人喪生,數千間房屋被毀。

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

    嗯,初冬的暴風雪正降臨在部分地區。

  • 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.

    它可能會給科羅拉多州、蒙大拿州、猶他州和懷俄明州等落基山州帶來創紀錄的低溫和多達一英尺的積雪。

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

    所以,對於一些在大火中失去家園的人來說,這可以幫助消防員。

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

    是CNN的英雄正在繼續他的工作,提供庇護。

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

    一次一個房車的方式得到了Thio,北加州。

  • You know it's that apocalyptic feel.

    你知道是那種世界末日的感覺。

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

    悲劇的是,這個小區幾乎家家戶戶都沒了,大家都不知道該怎麼辦。

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

    而就在過去的兩年裡,與篝火倖存者一起工作。

  • We know what they're in for.

    我們知道他們的處境。

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

    我的名字叫Woody Faircloth,上2019CNN英雄我和我的女兒成立了一個名為RV for campfire Family的非營利組織。

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

    我們已經為天堂地區在火災中失去家園的居民運送了80多輛房車。

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

    然後就在最近,這些野火又在西部起火,造成了毀滅性的後果。

  • 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.

    而我們聽說了大火和埋溪,以及它的破壞性有多大,因為它離篝火所在的天堂只有20分鐘。

  • And unfortunately, this fire is really affected.

    而不幸的是,這次火災真的是受到了影響。

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

    很多第一反應者7名志願消防員中的6名和加州巴里克里克失去了他們的家,包括首席。

  • 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.

    所以我和盧娜做了什麼我們dio方式來源一對夫婦捐贈的房車,我們前往加州,交付一個腳趾首席閱讀排名E只是不能說足夠的感謝你,但謝謝你。

  • I really appreciate his way.

    我真的很欣賞他的方式。

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

    我想再來這裡一個半月。

  • At least we got somewhere todo you know.

    至少我們有地方做你知道。

  • He loves his community.

    他熱愛他的社區。

  • It's huge.

    它是巨大的。

  • E.

    E.

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

    多麼擔心一對夫婦1000他的鄰居無家可歸。

  • 15 people were killed in the fire.

    15人在火災中喪生。

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

    而且,你知道,他們已經經歷了很多。

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

    但局長還在外面每天在一線救火E可以從頭再來過一些。

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

    我只是在這裡把所有的事情都做完,把火完全燒掉。

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

    我會讓大家回來看這個東西。

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

    然後我就可以開始想我要做什麼了。

  • But I'm definitely staying in very creek.

    但我一定要留在很溪。

  • I'm definitely gonna somehow rebuild.

    我肯定會以某種方式重建。

  • Hopefully FEMA will help us out.

    希望聯邦緊急事務管理局能幫助我們。

  • One of his firefighters, We help Katherine.

    他的一個消防員,我們幫助凱瑟琳。

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

    她告訴我,他們開車經過她家,房子完全被火焰吞噬了。

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

    我們開車經過,試圖讓人們疏散。

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

    開車路過我家,我說到家了,就繼續走。

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

    她在我們失去家園後,搬進了一個棚子作為臨時住所。

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

    我們認為這不應該發生在那些每天都在外面為我們拼命的人身上。

  • This is so wonderful.

    這真是太好了。

  • More than words can say on.

    多於言語能說上的。

  • This is just awesome.

    這只是真棒。

  • 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.

    把我們的名字改成了應急房車點或GTA,我們已經把它開放給任何地方,有人受到自然災害影響,需要緊急和臨時住房的地方。

  • Our biggest need is for RVs.

    我們最大的需求是房車。

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

    你可以捐出那兩個應急的RV點器官,我們會馬上部署它們。

  • 12th Trivia.

    12日的小事。

  • Which of these Halloween themed movies was released first?

    萬聖節主題電影是哪一部先上映的?

  • The Nightmare Before Christmas.

    聖誕節前的噩夢

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

    是 "大南瓜"、"查理-布朗捉鬼記 "或 "霍克司"。

  • It's the Great Pumpkin.

    是大南瓜。

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

    查理-布朗》上映於1966年,是這份名單上最古老的電影。

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

    騙不騙人,還是不騙人。

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

    這是今年美國一些社區的問題。

  • 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.

    在一些社區,萬聖節將看起來很像它通常與孩子們添加關於響門鈴和儲備的糖果,可能會有更多的保護面具比平時。

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

    而且可能會有毛大人留下一碗糖,而不是單獨派發點心。

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

    一些地方,如加州洛杉磯縣,出於對其會傳播冠狀病毒的擔憂,已經考慮完全取締 "不給糖就搗蛋"。

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

    但縣裡改變了主意,說允許只是不建議。

  • And in New York City, where CNN 10.

    而在紐約市,CNN10。

  • Contributor Chris James is based.

    撰稿人克里斯-詹姆斯根據。

  • Outdoor activities like trick or treating are encouraged.

    我們鼓勵開展戶外活動,如 "不給糖就搗蛋"。

  • Indoor activities like parties are not.

    聚會等室內活動則不然。

  • Chris has Mawr on suggestions and approaches for Halloween.

    克里斯讓毛爾對萬聖節的建議和方法。

  • 2020.

    2020.

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

    嘿,19年的卡爾-科夫讓我們大家很難享受做一些我們最喜歡的事情。

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

    我很懷念能夠去看一場人山人海的演唱會,或者在餵養器裡面看一部全新的電影。

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

    而現在,一年中最有趣的節日之一 會看起來完全不同。

  • I'm talking about Halloween.

    我說的是萬聖節

  • I love dressing up on Halloween.

    我喜歡在萬聖節裝扮自己。

  • Check out my last costume.

    看看我最後的服裝。

  • 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.

    我穿上細條紋衣服,拿起棒球棒模仿紐約洋基隊的亞倫-賈奇,如果我自己說的話,這真是個全壘打。

  • 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.

    但今年的萬聖節會顯得很不一樣,尤其是對於那些習慣於不給糖就搗蛋的小朋友來說。

  • 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.

    上個月,美國疾病控制和預防中心發佈了萬聖節安全指南,並將傳統的不給糖就搗蛋標記為報價高風險活動。

  • 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.

    相反,他們正在推薦一種方式trick or treating,在鄰居或朋友家投下獨立包裝的好東西袋,這將有助於消除人類接觸。

  • And get this.

    還有這個

  • 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.

    田納西州山城小鎮正在鼓勵在當地社區中心舉辦驅車前往的萬聖節活動,這是其他城市他們也要嘗試的想法。

  • 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.

    而像CBS和Target這樣的公司將提供布袋,得到它獨立包裝的糖果袋,向人們和精神發放。

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

    萬聖節商店推薦的是社會遠距離的服裝派對、墓地尋寶和虛擬鬼故事,當然。

  • 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.

    是以,雖然我們可能無法去參加人山人海的活動,有些人會避免挨家挨戶的搗蛋,但我們仍然可以慶祝萬聖節,儘管它將與我們以前的做法不同。

  • Back to you, Carl.

    回到你身邊,卡爾。

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

    好吧,這裡有一個方法,可以做一個符合2020年常見主題的萬聖節服裝。

  • 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.

    請看一個行走的變焦會議,創意性地將其命名為一個變焦的陰暗會議,其中有一堆Photoshop圖片,12歲的孩子將穿著它。

  • 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.

    通過中間的切口可以看到女孩本人,而她上方的螢幕會反映出給她糖果的人。

  • 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.

    這是由一位爸爸設計的,他的公司設計辦公樓和博物館,他過去以創意服裝出名。

  • 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.

    當然,你可能會說它有點神經質,但它花了drac你很多的聰明才智,也許某個地方會掉下來,把科學怪人的怪物了這樣的創造力。

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

    爸爸是所有行業的Jekyll,沒有什麼好隱瞞的,你們都起來。

  • Carlos is for CNN 10.

    卡洛斯是美國有線電視新聞網10頻道的。

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

    今天的喊話學校聽起來有點像足球戲。

  • It's you 32.

    是你32歲。

  • Is that you?

    是你嗎?

  • 3200?

    3200?

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

    是佛蒙特州東蒙彼利埃市的一所中學,那裡的中學。

  • Thank you for subscribing and leaving.

    謝謝你的訂閱和留言。

  • A comment at youtube dot com slash CNN tent.

    在youtube點com斜線CNN帳篷的評論。

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一個殺人的窩點。

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