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  • CARL AZUZ, CNN ANCHOR: First up today on CNN STUDENT NEWS, J.J.`s Restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri, closed early on Tuesday.

    美國有線電視新聞網主播卡爾-阿蘇茲:今天CNN學生新聞的第一條新聞是 密蘇里州堪薩斯城的J. J. 餐館週二提前關門了

  • People there smelled a strong gas odor, about an hour later,

    那裡的人聞到了濃濃的煤氣味,大約一個小時後。

  • this is what J.J.`s looked like: an explosion ripped the roof off.

    這就是JJ的樣子:爆炸把屋頂掀開了。

  • The whole place burst in the flames.

    整個地方在火焰中爆開。

  • At least one person was killed then, another body was found yesterday.

    當時至少有一人被殺,昨天又發現了一具屍體。

  • At least 15 people were injured.

    至少有15人受傷。

  • Hospital spokeswoman shared one person`s memory of what happened.

    醫院發言人分享了一個人對發生的事情的記憶。

  • JILL CHADWICK, UNVERSITY OF KANSAS HOSPITAL: He said that he remembered the smells of gas,

    坎薩斯大學醫院的JILL CHADWICK:他說他還記得煤氣的氣味。

  • the explosion and the roof collapsing.

    爆炸和屋頂倒塌。

  • And I asked him how he got out, and he said there was no door for me to walk through.

    我問他怎麼出來的,他說沒有門讓我走。

  • He said it was just rubble.

    他說,這只是瓦礫。

  • AZUZ: Authorities are trying to figure out what happened.

    當局正試圖弄清楚發生了什麼。

  • They think it might have had to do with the leak in an underground natural gas line.

    他們認為這可能與地下天然氣管道的洩漏有關。

  • This kind of natural gas used in homes and businesses is called methane.

    這種家庭和企業使用的天然氣叫做甲烷。

  • It doesn`t have any natural odor.

    它沒有任何自然氣味。

  • Companies actually add a smell to the gas so that you can know something`s wrong, like at J.J.`s.

    實際上,公司在煤氣中添加了一種氣味,這樣你就可以知道有什麼問題,比如在J.J.`s。

  • People smell gas and call authorities out to check on it.

    人們聞到煤氣的味道,就會叫有關部門出來檢查。

  • If you ever do smell natural gas, either at home or at a restaurant, don`t stick around.

    如果你聞到了天然氣的味道,無論是在家裡還是在餐館,都不要停留在這裡。

  • Experts say, you need to get out and then call the gas company.

    專家表示,你需要出去,然後給燃氣公司打電話。

  • Don`t know the number? Call 911.

    不知道號碼?撥打911。

  • Some other safety tips, especially around the house --

    其他一些安全提示,特別是在房子周圍 -- -- --

  • if your stove uses natural gas, look for that blue flame. It means it`s working correctly.

    如果你的爐子使用天然氣,看看那藍色的火焰。這意味著它的工作正確。

  • Also, only use your stove or oven for cooking.

    另外,只能用爐子或烤箱做飯。

  • Don`t turn it on and leave it running to try to heat the house.

    不要打開它,讓它運行來試圖加熱房子。

  • And always make sure you have at least one fire extinguisher around, and make sure that works.

    而且一定要確保身邊至少有一個滅火器,並確保能用。

  • Kansas City officials were hoping to finish searching through the rubble of J.J.`s restaurant before a massive winter storm hits the area, and this isn`t just Missouri.

    堪薩斯城官員希望在一場大規模的冬季風暴襲擊該地區之前,完成對J.J.`s餐廳廢墟的搜索,這不僅僅是密蘇里州。

  • 18 states were under some kind of watch or warning yesterday.

    昨天有18個州處於某種監視或警告之下。

  • Forecasts were predicting 18 inches of snow in Kansas,

    預測堪薩斯州將下18英寸的雪。

  • whiteout conditions in Nebraska and Missouri, heavy rain and possible flooding down around Louisiana and Alabama.

    在內布拉斯加和密蘇里州的白色條件, 大雨和可能的洪水下來周圍路易斯安那州和阿拉巴馬州。

  • Winter weather was making driving dangerous. A 26-car pileup in Wisconsin tied up traffic for hours.

    冬天的天氣讓開車變得很危險。威斯康星州發生了一起26輛車的堆積事故,將交通堵塞了幾個小時。

  • Snow in the Midwest might not sound that strange, but California?

    中西部地區的雪聽起來可能沒那麼奇怪,但加州?

  • You might think sunshine, palm trees. Not this week.

    你可能會認為陽光,棕櫚樹。但這周不是

  • This video is from Sacramento on Tuesday.

    這段視頻是週二薩克拉門託的。

  • A snow storm started on the West Coast, and it`s pushing its way across the country.

    一場暴風雪從西海岸開始,並向全國蔓延。

  • At least the dog doesn`t seem to mind the weather too much.

    至少狗似乎不太介意天氣。

  • April is financial literacy month.

    4月是金融知識普及月。

  • We just didn`t want to wait for it on our blog.

    我們只是不想在博客上等著它。

  • When it comes to money, we asked, if you tend to save more or spend more, look at this.

    談到錢,我們問,你是傾向於多存錢還是多花錢,看看這個。

  • 50/50, not often we see that.

    五五分成,我們不常看到這種情況。

  • Nate says, it`s easier to spend money, but hard to save it.

    內特說,花錢容易,但存錢難。

  • If you have the self control, it will pay off in the long run.

    如果你有自制力,從長遠來看會有回報。

  • Ben says his financial habits depend on his income.

    本說他的理財習慣取決於他的收入。

  • If he`s making money, he`ll spend more, if he`s not, he`ll save more.

    賺了錢就多花錢,沒錢就多存錢。

  • From Mariko, "I`m still young and I`d like to go shopping.

    來自MARIKO,"我還年輕,我想去購物。

  • It`s hard not to spend money, especially when you have more than $5."

    它`很難不花錢,特別是當你有超過5美元.&quot。

  • Kamren writes, "By saving money, we`re giving the impression that we aren`t going to use the saved money ever, so why not just spend it now?"

    Kamren寫道,"通過存錢,我們給人的印象是,我們永遠不會使用存下來的錢,所以為什麼不現在就花掉呢?

  • Seraphina tends to save more, because you never know when having it will be useful, or if you have to buy a gift for someone on short notice."

    塞拉菲娜傾向於節省更多,因為你永遠不知道什麼時候擁有它會有用,或者如果你必須在短時間內為某人購買禮物.&quot。

  • And Paxton writes, "Handling money well" is when you have a balance between spending and saving, so you don`t end up with no money or not enough things that you need."

    而帕克斯頓寫道,"處理好金錢"是當你在消費和儲蓄之間有一個平衡,所以你不會最終沒有錢或沒有足夠的東西,你需要.&quot。

  • A lot of you, seniors might be focused on getting through May wrapping up high school, moving on to whatever comes next.

    你們中的很多人,高三的學生可能會專注於度過5月的高中收尾階段,向著接下來的目標前進。

  • Zach Sobiech is determined to make it through May as well.

    扎克-索比奇決心也要熬過五月。

  • He doesn`t know what comes next, and neither do his doctors.

    他不知道接下來會發生什麼,他的醫生也不知道。

  • They don`t think he`ll live past May because of cancer.

    因為癌症,他們認為他活不過五月。

  • The way Zach reacted to that news is what`s incredible.

    扎克對這個消息的反應是不可思議的。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Spend some time with Zach Sobiech, and you will find yourself surrounded by music.

    花點時間和扎克-索比奇在一起,你會發現自己被音樂包圍了。

  • This is Zach`s release.

    這是扎克的釋放。

  • He began playing guitar when he was 12.

    他12歲就開始彈吉他。

  • A year later, Zach was diagnosed with a life-threatening form of cancer, than last summer, doctor said the outlook was getting worse.

    一年後,扎克被診斷出患有危及生命的癌症,比去年夏天,醫生說前景越來越差。

  • That cancer had spread to Zach`s lungs.

    癌症已經擴散到扎克的肺部。

  • And then gave him until this May to leave.

    然後給他到今年5月離開。

  • ZACH SOBIECH, HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: Waiting on the death -- and that was just really like --

    ZACH SOBIECH, HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: Waiting on the death - and that was just really like --

  • it was a nightmare kind of thing, with, you know, you just didn`t really want to accept it. You`re in complete denial.

    那是個噩夢,你不想接受它。你完全否認。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That denial has now turned to determination --

    這種否認現在已經變成了確定------。

  • a determination to make the most of the time he has left, and with that has come something extraordinary.

    決心要充分利用他剩下的時間,隨之而來的是一些不同尋常的東西。

  • Zach wrote and recorded the song called "Clouds."

    Zach創作並錄製了這首名為"Clouds.&quot的歌曲。

  • He wrote the song as a thank you to everyone who has stood by him during his battle with cancer.

    他寫下這首歌,是為了感謝在他與癌症抗爭的過程中,所有支持他的人。

  • ZACH SOBIECH: That`s me expressing my feelings, you know.

    我只是在表達我的感受,你知道嗎?

  • Every time I listen to it I go back to yeah, it`s (inaudible), and all these people are here for me.

    每次我聽完都會回想是啊,這`s(聽不清),這些人都是為了我而來。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The song has more than 2 million hits on Youtube, and listening to the lyrics, it sounds like a good-bye.

    獨居男:這首歌在Youtube上有200多萬的點擊率,聽歌詞,聽起來像是在告別。

  • LAURA SOBIECH, ZACH`S MOM: I know what he`s saying, he is my son, and --

    我知道他在說什麼,他是我兒子,而且...

  • but to see how it`s affected so many other people has been really incredible.

    但看到它是如何影響這麼多其他的人已經真的很不可思議。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Zach`s mom Laura said the first time she heard "Clouds," she cried.

    扎克的媽媽勞拉說,當她第一次聽到"雲,"時,她哭了。

  • Not because of what the future holds, but because of how proud she is of Zach.

    不是因為未來會怎樣,而是因為她對Zach的驕傲。

  • LAURA SOBIECH: I was in awe. I mean I just had no idea that that`s what was going on.

    我很敬畏。我的意思是,我只是不知道那是怎麼回事。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The song has become so popular that music giant BMI flew Zach and his family to New York City and signed him to a deal last month.

    這首歌非常受歡迎,音樂巨頭BMI公司讓扎克和他的家人飛到紐約市,並在上個月與他簽訂了一份協議。

  • As exciting as that is, Zach`s heart really is at home.

    雖然很興奮,但扎克`的心真的是在家裡。

  • He`s performed the national anthem at Stillwater basketball games with friends Sammy Brown and Reid Redmond,

    他`與朋友薩米-布朗和裡德-雷德蒙在斯蒂爾沃特籃球賽上表演國歌。

  • the trio also makes up the band a firm handshake and they perform diversity theater to help raise money for cancer research.

    三人組也組成了堅定的握手樂隊,他們表演多元化的戲劇,以幫助為癌症研究籌集資金。

  • UNIDENTIFIED MALE: So Zach is doing what he can with what time he has.

    Zach在用他的時間做他能做的事。

  • Creating awareness for osteosarcoma and telling his story through music.

    樹立對骨肉瘤的認識,通過音樂講述自己的故事。

  • Through all the chemotherapy and surgeries, there one thing cancer can never take away from Zach,

    在所有的化療和手術中,有一件事是癌症永遠無法從Zach身上奪走的。

  • a legacy that has touched the hearts of millions.

    牽動了無數人的心。

  • LAURA SOBIECH: It`s not that we don`t think about the future, because we do.

    勞拉-蘇比奇:不是我們不考慮未來,因為我們考慮了。

  • But we don`t live there, we live here, and that`s where we -- we keep it.

    但我們不住在那裡,我們住在這裡,我們把它放在那裡。

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Is this legit? The right to assemble peacefully is in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

    這是合法的嗎?和平集會的權利在美國憲法第一修正案中。

  • It`s true! Among other freedoms, Amendment One protects the right of the people peacefully to assemble.

    是真的!在其他自由中,第一修正案保護人民和平集會的權利。

  • AZUZ: 150 years ago, a peaceful and massive assembly came together in the nation`s Capitol.

    150年前,一場和平的大規模集會在國會大廈舉行。

  • As part of our Black History month coverage we`re looking back today at the march on Washington.

    作為黑人歷史月報道的一部分,我們今天要回顧華盛頓的遊行。

  • AZUZ: In the summer of 1963 the civil rights movement was in full swing,

    1963年夏天,民權運動如火如荼。

  • but there were still divisions, even among those in the movement.

    但仍有分歧,甚至在運動中的人之間也有分歧。

  • The Civil Rights Act, the bill that guaranteed voting rights and prohibited discrimination, was going nowhere in Congress.

    保障投票權和禁止歧視的法案《民權法案》在國會毫無進展。

  • There was disagreement among some civil rights organizations as to how to move forward

    一些民權組織對如何推進工作存在分歧。

  • and a little active support from President John F. Kennedy.

    以及約翰-肯尼迪總統的一點積極支持。

  • Organizers decided to hold a march and rally in the nation`s Capitol

    組織者決定在美國國會大廈舉行遊行和集會。

  • and make it appear as harmonious as possible to send out a positive call for change.

    並儘可能使之顯得和諧,以發出積極的變革號召。

  • On August 28th, 1963, about 200,000 people marched in a political rally known as the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

    1963年8月28日,約有20萬人參加了一次政治集會,稱為 "華盛頓就業與自由大遊行"。

  • There were prayers, songs, speeches.

    有祈禱,有歌曲,有演講。

  • Among those who delivered messages was John Lewis, a student leader who is now a congressman from Georgia.

    在這些傳遞信息的人中,有一位學生領袖約翰-劉易斯,他現在是喬治亞州的國會議員。

  • Artists including Bob Dylan, John Baez and Josephine Baker performed for the crowds.

    包括鮑勃-迪倫、約翰-貝茲和約瑟芬-貝克在內的藝術家們為觀眾表演。

  • But the person who really captured the nation`s attention was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr

    但真正引起全國關注的人是馬丁-路德-金博士。

  • who delivered his famous "I Have a Dream Speech" in the shadow of the Lincoln Memorial.

    他在林肯紀念堂的陰影下發表了著名的"我有一個夢想演講"。

  • Dr. King said, "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation

    金博士說,"我有一個夢想,我的四個小孩子有一天會生活在一個國家。

  • where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."

    在那裡,他們不會被他們的皮膚顏色所判斷,而是被他們的性格內容所判斷.&quot。

  • These words inspired the marchers and gave Americans a new way to think about the struggle for civil rights.

    這些話鼓舞了遊行者,讓美國人對爭取民權的鬥爭有了新的思考。

  • Historians consider the March on Washington a success, because it had a big impact on national opinion.

    歷史學家認為華盛頓大遊行是成功的,因為它對全國輿論產生了很大的影響。

  • Soon afterward, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 passed,

    不久之後,1964年的《民權法》通過。

  • promising equal voting rights, prohibiting discrimination in public places and employment

    保證平等的投票權,禁止公共場所和就業方面的歧視;

  • and starting a movement to desegregation of public schools and universities.

    並開始了一場取消公立學校和大學種族隔離的運動。

  • AZUZ: March on Washington, the Emancipation Proclamation, the Greensboro Four,

    華盛頓大遊行 解放宣言 格林斯伯勒四人組事件

  • that`s what we`ve talked about during Black History month.

    這就是我們在黑人歷史月期間所談論的。

  • What are you talking about in your classes?

    你們上課講的是什麼?

  • If you`re on Facebook, that`s where we`d like you to tell us, Facebook.com/cnnstudentnews.

    如果你在Facebook上,我們希望你告訴我們,Facebook.com/cnnstudentnews。

  • Now, we are going to end today with a three pointer.

    現在,我們要以一個三分球來結束今天的比賽。

  • First up, this Youtube video of a coach`s half court shot.

    首先是這段Youtube上的教練`半場投籃視頻。

  • AZUZ: OK, good start. How about this Youtube video of a girls` high school game.

    好的,好的開始。這個Youtube上的女子高中比賽視頻怎麼樣?

  • This might start as a long pass, but watch this:

    這可能開始是一個長傳,但看這個。

  • it ends up in the basket. Only two points, though, since it bounced inside the three point line.

    它最終在籃筐裡。不過只有兩分,因為它在三分線內彈出。

  • This last one is going to be a slam dunk.

    最後一個將是一個大滿貫。

  • A sea otter who dunks.

    一個會潛水的海獺。

  • His trainer says the slam is Eddie the Otter`s go to move.

    他的訓練師說水獺艾迪的動作是 "大滿貫"。

  • It`s also his only move.

    這也是他唯一的動作。

  • You`d better start working on a jumper, Eddie, or else your playing career could be washed up.

    艾迪,你最好開始練習跳樓,否則你的球星生涯可能會被毀掉。

  • All right as long he`s having the ball, who are we to say what he ought to do?

    好吧,只要他有球,我們誰能說他應該做什麼?

  • The shot clock is running down on today`s show.

    今天的節目時間不多了。

  • Teachers, you have unlimited time, though, to share you feedback about it.

    老師們,你們有無限的時間,不過,你們可以分享你們對它的反饋。

  • So, we hope you`ll do that at cnnstudentnews.com and then meet us right back here tomorrow. Bye-bye.

    所以,我們希望你能在Cnnstudentnews.com做,然後明天在這裡等我們。掰掰。

  • END

    結束

CARL AZUZ, CNN ANCHOR: First up today on CNN STUDENT NEWS, J.J.`s Restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri, closed early on Tuesday.

美國有線電視新聞網主播卡爾-阿蘇茲:今天CNN學生新聞的第一條新聞是 密蘇里州堪薩斯城的J. J. 餐館週二提前關門了

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