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  • CARL AZUZ, CNN ANCHOR: When it comes to guitars, there are six strings, 12 strings.

  • One guitar has landed a record deal with no strings attached.

  • That story is coming up today on CNN STUDENT NEWS,

  • but first, we`re covering two forms of severe weather.

  • Out in the western U.S., we`re talking about fire.

  • Idaho is dealing with the worst of this.

  • More than 400,000 acres across the state have been burned.

  • Thousands of homes are threatened.

  • The forecast of thunderstorms means good and bad news.

  • Rain could help fight the flames.

  • Lightning might spark new fires.

  • Down in the southeastern U.S., rain is the problem.

  • Storm front that stalled out is drenching that part of the country.

  • Flood watches and warnings are stretching across the region.

  • This video was shot in Gulfport, Mississippi.

  • Also, this, too.

  • These cars were in the parking lot of a church in Gulfport.

  • The bishop said they were in services.

  • When they came out, they saw that the church was surrounded by water that was waist-deep.

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Is this legit?

  • The Korean War, which started in 1950, never officially ended.

  • It`s true.

  • An armistice stopped the armed conflict in 1953,

  • but there`s never been a peace treaty.

  • AZUZ: North Korea has threatened to end that armistice several times, even as recently as earlier this year.

  • But the country`s relationship may be slowly improving, which could mean reunions for families split apart during the Korean War.

  • There is no direct phone or mail contact between North and South Korea.

  • People were separated from their siblings, their parents, their children for decades.

  • No idea if they might ever see them again.

  • That is why organized reunions like this one can be so emotional.

  • The reunions are rare and short, and some subjects are off-limits to discussion.

  • Before this one in 2010, one man talked about reuniting with his sister he hadn`t seen in nearly 60 years.

  • KIM BYUNG-KI, SEPARATED FROM SISTER (through translator): I want to talk to her. I want to hug her. I want to show her I care.

  • We have to talk and ask about her life.

  • But I`m sad we can`t.

  • I`m happy.

  • I`m curious about how she lives.

  • I`m very curious.

  • AZUZ: 2010 was the last reunion, but North and South Korea have agreed to resume them starting next month.

  • Our next story today is about a man named Werner Herzog.

  • He`s an award- winning German film director.

  • He`s done movies, documentaries, TV.

  • He does not own a cell phone,

  • but one of his most recent projects is about texting,

  • and it is sponsored by a group of cell phone service providers.

  • Herzog has a unique way of warning people not to text and drive.

  • He`s interviewed both those who`ve been affected by someone who has,

  • and those who`ve hurt others by doing it.

  • CHANDLER GERBER: That was the last text message I sent before I caused an accident that killed three people.

  • AZUZ: It`s powerful and it`s understated.

  • Herzog says he didn`t need to show wrecks and blood and glass to make his point.

  • He adds that if the project prevents a single accident, it was worth doing.

  • The short film is called "From One Second to the Next."

  • You might see it in the months ahead. It is scheduled to be sent to 40,000 high schools.

  • In the meantime, we interviewed some high school students over the summer and asked them about texting while driving.

  • That is the subject of today`s CNN STUDENT NEWS viewfinder segment.

  • MARILYN PRIMOVIC, HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR: I guess to continue to inform them.

  • And if you know your friend is driving, don`t respond to them.

  • Don`t even let them be tempted by texting them.

  • If you know they are going somewhere, don`t shoot them a text saying anything.

  • Just be a good friend and try to help them resist the temptation.

  • MYKEL SKINNER, HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR: Know the consequences.

  • You know, you hear that people die,

  • but I think until you really lose someone close to you or maybe a friend in your school has died from texting while driving,

  • you are not really going to understand the consequences.

  • You`re going to think it`s not going to happen to me.

  • GARLAND JONES, HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR: Just make them conscious and aware of the fact that it`s not worth it.

  • That it`s not worth it to just risk your life over a text message that you are talking to someone right now and you could talk to them later.

  • AMAYA CARR, HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR: It sounds funny, but I always tell my brother, this is my life or your life.

  • You don`t want the last text message to be like on a commercial,

  • and your mom sees you wrapped around a tree.

  • It`s kind of vulgar, but it`s not cool.

  • GORDON CLARK, HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR: Texting and driving is already illegal in Georgia,

  • but I think a nice public safety announcement with Morgan Freeman doing the voice-over,

  • I think that might get people to stop texting and driving.

  • NICK MUSEY, HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR: Everybody would get one of these don`t- text-and-drive wrist bands, so that,

  • you know, when you get the urge to pull out your phone and text and drive,

  • you look at the wrist band and it reminds you to not text and drive.

  • So I think, you know, things like little accessories like these really help to remind teens not to text and drive.

  • AZUZ: It`s a CNN STUDENT NEWS roll call.

  • Today we`re featuring schools from Arizona, Georgia, and Texas.

  • This new segment gives your school the chance to be mentioned on CNN STUDENT NEWS.

  • If you`re a teacher or you are a student who is at least 13 years old, there are two ways to be considered.

  • If you`re on social media, you can find us at Facebook.com/cnnstudentnews.

  • You can tweet us at cnnstudentnews, or you can send us an email.

  • So who made the roll call today?

  • We`ve got Patriots of Independence High in Glendale, Arizona.

  • Ms. Perry (ph), you can claim first.

  • The Heritage High Patriots in Conyers (ph), Georgia.

  • You guys made the roll today too.

  • And the Fairhill School Falcons in Dallas, Texas.

  • Thanks to all of you for watching.

  • There is another way to get on CNN STUDENT NEWS.

  • You can introduce our show.

  • If you are a teacher, again, or a student who`s 13 or older, you can do this with an i-report. This is how.

  • AZUZ: Teachers, this is how you and your students ages 13 and older can submit an i-report to CNN STUDENT NEWS.

  • First, you just shoot your story, and it should be digital, because this is a no-tape zone.

  • Also it should have only talking, so no songs, no music.

  • Once that`s done, upload it to us at ireport.com/cnnstudentnews.

  • Just click "share your story." And finally, look for our email in your inbox.

  • We will have to get in touch with you before we can air your video.

  • I-report for CNN STUDENT NEWS, we hope you`ll be able to say that, too.

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: It`s time for the shoutout.

  • In the U.S. music industry, what is the highest category for recording sales?

  • If you think you know it, then shout it out.

  • Is it diamond, gold, platinum or tungsten?

  • You`ve got 3 seconds, go.

  • A single or album that sells 10 million copies or more has gone diamond, the highest category there is.

  • That is your answer and that`s your shoutout.

  • AZUZ: For diamond, we`re talking about artists like Adele, Usher, Justin Bieber.

  • Curtis Fields, not in the diamond category,

  • but he`s starting to make a name for himself in the music industry,

  • especially because of the unique instrument he used for his first big audition.

  • Victor Blackwell tells us how this musician is making the most of an app- ortunity.

  • VICTORY BLACKWELL, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Yes, he is actually playing the guitar on his iPhone.

  • Curtis Fields has become one of the first musicians to land a major record deal using simply his iPhone.

  • CURTIS FIELDS, MUSICIAN: I started playing my iPhone, because I didn`t have the money to purchase a keyboard.

  • And I didn`t really think of it as this is something that can take me somewhere, I just thought of it as this is fun.

  • BLACKWELL: Fields went to an audition, where he met Ray Daniels, who was immediately impressed.

  • RAY DANIELS, FIELDS` MANAGER: Actually, I remember Curtis calling me the next morning like, hey, are you serious about working with me,

  • because my son and my girl are sleeping on the floor...

  • BLACKWELL: Daniels agreed to be Field`s manager, along with colleague Davon Washington (ph).

  • They took him to meet music executive LA Reid at Epic Records.

  • FIELDS: I was playing this song in LA Reid`s office as my audition.

  • And he pulls out his drumsticks from under the table and starts like tapping along in the rhythm like and just jamming.

  • And it was like one of the most surreal moments ever.

  • But after that, he was like, you have to be here.

  • BLACKWELL: This may have been the first surreal moment for the young musician, but it would not be the last.

  • He since appeared on "The View" and also performed for the BET awards among better known artists.

  • Fields` phone may have helped him get a deal, but it`s his talent and his perseverance that will take him places.

  • And he wants to inspire others with his story.

  • FIELDS: When people say Curtis Fields,

  • I want them to think about their dreams

  • and think about things that they really want to do in life and the things that they feel like they were put here to do.

  • And I want them to look at those things as attainable.

  • And it`s all possible, it`s just about not giving up on whatever the dream is.

  • BLACKWELL: Victor Blackwell, CNN, Atlanta.

  • AZUZ: Maybe you can`t teach an old dog new tricks, but nobody said anything about a duck.

  • Someone taught this one in a YouTube video how to fetch,

  • and it seems like the fine-feathered friend took to the new skill like,

  • well, like a duck to water.

  • It might not look like much at first, but it does make sense that the duck`s feet would garner some web attention.

  • And admit it, if you had to choose between watching a dog or a duck play fetch, the duck is bound to get top billing.

  • All right, whether or not you think our puns are foul or if they totally quack you up,

  • we`re going to fetch some more for tomorrow. Have a great day.

  • END

CARL AZUZ, CNN ANCHOR: When it comes to guitars, there are six strings, 12 strings.

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