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school will be charged as an ult. if 16-year-old girl along with another teen were arrested in early december. tom, what can you tell us. >>reporter: the 16-year-old will be tried as an adult and held an a 1 million dollar bond until march 30th. this all stems from a case about alleged credible a threat against mountain vista high school and highlands ranch. the student had drawn a map showing where people in the school would be. the map contained the letter mbq, natural born killers, the prosecution says they have been experimenting by hurting her practice. both sides say they will not allow the girl to carry weapons or drugs and never return to
the plot was uncovered december 12 #g9. the tip said that the two 16-year-old girls had planned to launch an attack. more details of the attack have not been released, but the da says that threats reel. >> the details haven't come out yet, but i mean, suffice it to say there is enough out there that i think people can conclude that this has the potential to be something that is of extreme significance to members of this community. i live in this community as well. and i think it's important that i remain intimately involved in the front end of this process, you may end up seeing me all the way through trial, if it ever gets that far, but this is important to get right, this is not a case that we went to guess wrong on, either for the juvenile or for the community. >>reporter: now, the other teen was in court today, her case was continued to next week. da says he'll meet with us after the live shot and talk to us
and much more on this developing story tonight. we're live in douglas county, cbs4 news. thank you, tom. right now, developing, a search r for possible victims of a man who worked as a nurse in colorado. this man is accused of groping at least one female patient, after giving her powerful painkillers, now, charges have filed in that case, and investigators say more victims have already come forward. thomas moore, worked at 7 medical centers and hospitals in colorado. they include poudre valley hospital in fort collins lauren dispirito with what we know about the investigation. >>reporter: smoor facing a -- moore is facing a felony charge. we know from court documents, that since, three additional women have come forward. accusing moore of touching them inappropriately. christmas eve, two years ago, a woman says registered nurse thomas moore, groped her bare chest, while she was being
hospital in fort collins, she told the police she was on morphine at the time. >> it's really important for people to understand that it's not the victim's fault, it's always the offender to blame, and we're here to help. >>reporter: fort collins police -- the victim felt embarrassed and didn't come forward until nearly two year later. detectives found evidence of a pattern. >> he's worked at a number of different hospitals over the years, so right now we want to get the mass aj out, to please come forward. >>reporter: police fear moore may have other victims, he's worked at 9 different colorado, texas and nebraska hospitals since 2008 and three additional women have reported being groped by moore, all while they were under his care. though, uc health fired moore when they found out about the alleged incident, and reported it, moore found work at a thornton hospital, one month later, all the while, he had a record.
for misdemeanor child abuse, back in 2011. right now, moore is out on bond after being arrested earlier -- late last month. we know that the thornton hospital where he's working says the as soon as they found out about the charge in december, they suspended him, and there are active investigations right now, against moore in greeley and in scotts bluff, nebraska. now, according to these documents, not only do police think that he groped some women, but he use used facebook to track them down, and contact them after their hospital stays. we're live in fort collins, lauren dispirito, cbs4 news. thank you, lauren. also right now, a 9-year-old boy is in critical condition at a hospital in aurora, after getting shot in the head. police say the boy and his younger brother found a loaded gun in a car, r started playing with that ung, and it went off. happened monday in the town of trinidad. near colorado l's southern border, the boy's were in a parked car at a gas station n
no word yet on charges. reporters who have covered the obama presidency say they have never seen him as emotional as he was today. outlining his executive action for new gun troll. the efforts are the president, of course, two former lawmakers from colorado, were at the white house for the announcement. angela horan and john morris were recalled bet bivoters in southern colorado for su rt poing toufr -- supporting tougher state gun laws. president's side. >> every time i think about those kids, it gets me mad. >>reporter: an emotional president says the sandy hook school massacre in 2012, and a string of mass shootings since, are the reasons he's not waiting for congress. measures. >> the gun law may be holding congress hostage, but they cannot hold america hostage. carnage.
>>reporter: the corner stone of the president expand background checks on firearm sales at gun shows and over the internet. while requiring dealers to be licensed. he also called on congress to increase funding for mental healthcare. gun safety technology, and hiring more background checkers, and atf agents. many republicans, though, say the president is overreaching his executive power. >> issuing things and ignoring the legalities. >>reporter: lost their daughter to gun violence in august. they're encouraged by the president's actions. >> the loopholes have been narrowed. they haven't been closed completely, we have work to do, but i like what i see from the package he's offering. >>reporter: the nra quickly dismissed the president's announcement, as political rhetoric. several colorado sheriffs have spoken out against tougher gun control measures before, and today, the elbert county sheriff
now at that point where the wolves have persuaded the sheep that is it necessary for the sheep dogs to wear muzzles, once that happens, everything that makes this country great, everything that make r men and women have laid their lives down for to keep this nation free, eyes. the latest now in the investigation to a tedly fire in arvada. the jefferson county coroner has confirmed the identification of a body recosta rica trd the building on wadsworth boulevard. arvada police say it is 55-year-old john a. rudder. he worked add a counselor in a treatment center in the building that caught fire on saturday. search dogs located his body inside of the j daed building yesterday afternoon. the -- damaged build yesterday afternoon. the investigation continues into what started that fire. now, to an update on the carjacking and police chase that began in commerce city, at 2:30 this morning. two women with a gun, carjacked a man near 60th and holley, stole his pathfinder.
that's when that chase began. ended with when the suv crashed conifer drive in thornton. the driver of the other car was not seriously hurt. those suspects refused to get out of the car for an hour before being placed in custody. they face a number of charges tonight. happening now, boy, it has been a white knuckle trip to denver for passengers aboard this united flight, as you see the taxi way? spokane, washington, this morning and they were frustrating delays even after that. suzanne mccarol checking in live from dia now, and suzanne, those passengers will be very relieved to finally touchdown out there. >>reporter: they certainly will, and some time, eventually this evening, they will be able to come and pick up their bags, it has been at least an 11-hour
a united airlines 737, with 175 people on board, took a detour, before ever leaving the tarmac. the good news, no one was injured. but passengers say the incident was nerve wracking. >> got out and loaded it up and headed it up and out there, on the taxi way, and when they went to turn, why, it was so slick, that the plane started sliding and slid probably 2-300 feet and ended up crossing the ditch where the safety lights. >>reporter: the spokane airport was closed for several hours until the crews could assure the pilots the runway and taxi ways had been cleared of the slippery ice, that is thought to to have caused the denver bound jet to skid off the pavement. travelers were put on a shuttle and taken to the main terminal.
the snow -- baggage stuck in the snow. the storm caught them by surprise, it had not been forecasted, so they were unaware. we're live at dia tonight, cbs4 news. thank you. we're also keeping a close watch on the skies tonight as we expect more snow to the high country, and ed, there are chances of snow for the front range, too. >> that's right, we've got it all coming our way, and here's why, you can see a little snow in western colorado, but look at all of this moisture in california. it is coming our way. and cold air is coming down from the north. much colder air, so you get the cold, you get the wet, you get the snow, for the mountains, and for denver. coming up, prosecutors say she helped her son become an international fugitive. after he caused a deadly drunk driving accident. we'll tell you why she has stopped fighting extradition. . one family saw their phone bill go up thousands of dollars over a feature they didn't even know they had. we're going to share what you should watch out for.
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new developments tonight on a mother of the kid known as the affluenza teen, tonya couch will soon be in texas to tas charges. couch was deported last week, she was there with her 18-year-old son, ethan, on probation. after using an affluenza defense to get out of prison time for a deadly drunk driving case. they violated his probation, now, the father of one of the survivors from the wreck, hopes ethan will end up behind bars. >> nothing is going to reach this guy, until it's certain and swift and severe. and that would be a lengthy incarceration with 0 contact with his parents. >> ethan couch remains in mexico where attorneys are fighting his extradition back to the u.s.. new tonight, a new feature on cell phones could send your bill soar, part of apple's
upgrades, one family saw their monthly cell bill climb above $2,000. cbs4's mark taylor on this story thchlt is a problem that can easily be avoided. >>reporter: it's called the wifi assist, you'll find it on the iphone's latest operating system, the intentions are good, it has the potential to make your bill look really bad. when teenager ashton fine gold got a warning that his data usage was almost up. >> it said maybe 65% of your data has been used. >>reporter: but then, this bill came. >> my dad was going to kill me, i thought. usually, it's about $250 a month. and it was over $2,000. >>reporter: it's all because of a new feature called wifi assist that comes with the new 9.1 operating system. it's meant to ensure that you have a strong signal by automatically switching from wifi when the signal is weak. austin's bedroom has weak wifi,
wifi, he was using data, a total of 144,000 megs in all. apple inside says while the feature is helpful to some, many are unaware it exists. >> it comes by default, it's switched on. that's part of the reason why there's kind of an uproar. >>reporter: to turn it off, go to settings and cellar and at the bottom, is where you turn off wifi assist. now, on their website, apple released a statement saying while it may cause some users to use more data for the vast majority, that should only be a very small percentage. mark taylor, cbs4 news. >> thank you, mark. we've got new video showing a houston area couple bringing their rare identical triplets home for the first time. the girls were born within a minute of each other, ten weeks early on december 1st, they have been hospitalized since. mom says she's going to use ankle bracelets and color coordination stuff to tell them apart, a good idea. she says addison, kinsly, and
>> they sit there and they make the same noises, they do the same thing. >> beautiful. >> the harris sisters, do have some company. at least four other sets of identical triplets were born in 2015 in the u.s.. beautiful. >> really nice day out there today, ed, but it is changing. >> we are in winter time, and when we have these nice, sunny days, they won't last forever. we did have the sunshine on the eastern plains there. a couple of rain showers in southeastern colorado. starting to see the snow move over from the west and southern colorado. look at all of this moisture in the west. it's going to move our way as the cold air drops down, that gets together and forms snow. right over our mountain area, and you can even see out west, here's the next system heading our way, there's a series of these moisture systems coming our way. into colorado. this cold air is being held back a little because high pressure is here. it will be pushed out of the way.
mountains, in fact, you can see those cooler temperatures, 45 today in denver. 38 billings, not that much of a difference, but see that pinkish color right there? that's the really cold air, it will work its way into colorado by the end of the week and the weekend. look at how we flip flopped the scenario, 60s and 70s in the east last week, now they're in the 20s and 30s, and we're in the 40s. so we're a little bit milder than we were and certainly milder than they are. you can see the clear skies here, we put this in motion, watch the southwest, very heavy snow moves in there and it comes up the front range and into denver. thursday morning at 1:00 a.m., you may wake up to snow on thursday. and we might see a little bit of a break. here comes the next surge of moisture into colorado. a better chance for moisture at 10:00 a.m. on friday, you see it all around the metro area and out on the eastern plain, where's the winter weather advisory, where you might expect in the southwest, where we'd get
midnight for 6-12 inches, they keep renewing this as these systems continue to push into the state. pretty nice today. 45 and 50. 72 and 17 below are the records. 32 and 48. 41% humidity, got that rising barometer. a nice shot from howard, eldora ski mountain on a nice day and take a look at this great shot from larry pierce. you can see the cowboys on the horses just plowing on through the snow. great colorado picture. temperatures for tonight, mostly in the teens and 20s over the plain r eastern plains, single digits and teens for the high country, teens and 20s out west. were to, cooler, nice, 40s and 50s for the east, we'll look for 20s and 30s for the mountain, and mostly 30s out west. here is that denver forecast. for tonight, count on partly cloudy skies, 26 and 23 the overnight lows, and then tomorrow, we start out with some partly cloudy, maybe even sunny
increase as the day goes on, in the mid 40s, and then for the next several days, you can see the change coming, 38 on thursday with a chance for snow, might start out as rain, believe it or not. 27 on friday. chance for snow. then just down right cold on saturday and sunday. with highs not out of the low to mid 20s. >> rain in january. that would be strange. >> it would be strange. sitting on the bench has been brutal but he might not be
he had his best year with the calgary flames but last night, he reached one of the most cherished milestones wearing an avs sweater. when the kings defenceman did this, he scores, number 600, off the skate --: yeah, right off that skate, number 600. 19th player in history to reach that remarkable total. great moment for one of hockey's all-time greats. >> it is something that i've been thinking about for a little bit. every scoring chance you get, you just go, you know, you think, okay, here maybe this one or whatever, it's nice to get it, the guys have been great about it. it feels great. >> good for him and a great guy, too, some day the nuggets home emanuel will be reaching all-time milestone, but they're hopeing that the young point
tomorrow night against minnesota. he was back at the practice court today. missed the last ten games with an ankle injury. the ankle is feeling better, assuming there are no set backs as mike shanahan always used to say, he should play tomorrow. >> it's looking like it right now, i'm going to see how i'm feeling in the morning, so right now, i feel like i can go. game time decision, i talked to the coach about it. i feel like i can go the whole game. so it's up to them. you know, i know you've got to real follow those minute restriction stuff serious. >> tom gave his last press conference with the giants today, his former players were in the audience, eli manning got choked up when the only coach he's ever played for in the nfl singled him out, what he said, coming up tonight at 6:00. and finally, former bear
>> yeah, a nice day today, a nice day tomorrow. did you take the christmas lights down. >> yes. >> 38 on thursday, the snow comes, friday, 27, maybe a little more snow, but it looks like 1-3 inches and can then the weekend is cold. >> good >> pelley: with silence more powerful than words, the president mourns victims of gun violence and takes action to also tonight, a rolling disaster. mississippi floodwaters swallow up more of the heartland. a popular documentary about a convicted killer brings demands for his freedom. >> this has been one of the biggest entertainment campaigns that we've ever seen on the platform. >> pelley: and a teacher of the year in the video of the week. captioning sponsored by cbs
with scott pelley. >> pelley: it is a sight we rarely see-- the tears of the most powerful man in the world powerless to get the united states congress to tighten gun control laws. the president was announcing what he would do by executive action without congress when the memories of these victims, 20 first graders from newtown, connecticut, six- or seven- years old, choked mr. obama in mid-sentence. >> every time i think about those kids, it gets me mad. and, by the way, it happens on the streets of chicago every day. >> pelley: there have been 13 mass killings during the obama presidency. each time, republicans voted against gun legislation.
bernardino, mr. obama decided to act on his own. given the limits of his power, his actions today are not sweeping. the most significant simply expands background checks for gun sales online or at gun shows. currently, about 40% of sales have no background checks at all. chief legal correspondent jan crawford is at the white house. >> and from every family who never imagined that their loved one would be taken from our lives by a bullet from a gun... >> reporter: it was an emotional appeal. >> we maybe can't save everybody, but we could save some. >> reporter: and a political call to action. >> so the gun lobby may be holding congress hostage right now, but they cannot hold america hostage. ( applause ) we do not have to accept this carnage as the price of freedom.
repeatedly calls the actions common sense steps. and he expressed solidarity with the people who surrounded him at the white house-- a father who lost a seven-year-old. the daughters of a pastor at a church, and a congresswoman nearly killed after being shot in the head. >> it's our right to worship freely and safely. ( applause ) that right was denied to christians in charleston, south carolina, and that was denied jews in kansas city, and that was denied muslims in chapel hill, and sikhs in oak creek. they had rights, too. >> reporter: the directives focus largely on a system of background checks including: requiring all gun dealers, even those who sell firearms at gun shows and on the internet, to be licensed and conduct background checks. improving the current system by hiring more investigators to make background checks more efficient and effective. and increasing mental health
background check system. although the issue of stricter gun laws remains highly divisive, 92% of americans support background checks, but the president, in the wake of the sandy hook shootings, failed to get legislation through congress that would have expanded them. today, he said he wants voters to kick ardent gun rights supporters out of office. >> this is not that complicated. the reason congress blocks laws is because they want to win elections. and if you make it hard for them to win an election if they block those laws, they'll change course. i promise you. ( applause ) >> reporter: now, the president could face constitutional challenges that these actions exceed his presidential authority. but the n.r.a. in a statement, scott, indicated it may hold off, saying these actions don't really appear to change anything and are simply political theater. >> pelley: jan crawford at the white house. jan, thank you.
theater, republican presidential candidates played the president's proposals as high drama today. nancy cordes was in the audience. >> reporter: obama wants your guns-- that was the warning on the presidential campaign web site for texas senator ted cruz today, alongside a mockup of the president in military garb. cruz's fellow candidate marco rubio called the president's plan unconstitutional. >> barack obama is obsessed with undermining the second amendment. >> reporter: house speaker paul ryan accused mr. obama of a: dangerous level of executive overreach. texas republican john culberson, whose subcommittee controls funding for the department of justice, threatened to cut the purse strings. >> if the president, through these orders, has overstepped his authority, i will take immediate action to restrain him. i'm not going to wait for a court order, not going to wait for a lawsuit. our second amendment rights are too precious. >> reporter: the national rifle association reacted to the president's remarks with a hail
"president obama's executive orders will do nothing to improve public safety." the deep-pocketed group issued this warning to any lawmakers thinking of siding with the president, "f.y.i.-- all n.r.a. grades are subject to change." >> sadly, it's what i've come to expect now. >> reporter: congresswoman elizabeth esty is a democrat whose connecticut district includes sandy hook elementary where 20 children and six adults were gunned down in 2012. what do you say to republicans who argue, the president just doesn't have the constitutional right to take these actions? >> it's not good enough to say, "i don't like what you're proposing." then bring forward your proposals but for god's sake, do something. >> reporter: many congressional democrats applauded the president's actions today, but they don't control congress, and if he wants more money for things like additional a.t.f. agents, he's going to have to win over some republicans. and right now, scott, that seems unlikely. >> pelley: nancy cordes on capitol hill.
we want to note that demand for guns is soaring. record 23 million background checks last year. mr. obama also cited a hero in the battle against gun violence, an innocent teenager who last month found himself in the way of a gang shooting. >> zaevion dobson was a sophomore at fulton high school in knoxville, tennessee. he played football, beloved by his classmates and his teachers. the week before christmas, he headed to a friend's house to play video games. he wasn't in the wrong place at the wrong time. he hadn't made a bad decision. he was exactly where any other kid would be. your kid. my kids. and then gunmen started firing. and zaevion, who was in high
started in life, dove on top of three girls to shield them from the bullets. and he was shot in the head. he gave his life to save theirs. an act of heroism a lot bigger than anything we should expect from a 15-year-old. greater love hath no man than this, than a man who lay down his life for his friends. >> pelley: there has been an arrest in the death of zaevion dobson. there has also been an arrest in the shooting death of a college student in denton, texas, in what may have been an act of road rage. the suspect is a marine corporal, eric johnson. he was arrested today in yuma, arizona. he is accused of gunning down a 20-year-old girl early new year's day as she drove with friends home from a party. in another big story today, floodwaters are receding along
but rising in others. tonight, 23 illinois counties have been declared disaster areas. david begnaud is in olive branch. >> reporter: this is where the mississippi river is pouring into one of the poorest counties in the state of illinois: alexander county. i'm standing on the lynn small levee, which failed four days ago, and now that breach is nearly a mile wide. more than 125 properties in alexander county have been flooded. david willis owns three of them. the mississippi river is at his front door. it looks like you built this in the middle of a lake. >> 30 years ago this didn't happen. >> reporter: after a flood in 2011, willis was one of the people living in a flood zone who accepted a state buyout and agreed to leave. when did they offer you the buyout? >> right after the floodwater went down. >> reporter: in 2011. >> yes. >> reporter: and you took it. >> yes. >> reporter: have you gotten your money? >> nope. four years, seven months, probably.
>> reporter: he had the money to move away and wait for the state to reimburse him. retired truck driver richard johnson turned down the offer. >> i told my wife, we can't afford to move. you can't just up and move like that. >> reporter: johnson says he doesn't have the money to start over. the median income in alexander county is just under $27,000 per year, less than half of the state's median income. as for david willis, whether or not he gets his money, he's made up his mind. think you'll ever come back? >> nope. >> reporter: because of that? >> because of that. >> reporter: that is the levee that was breached by floodwaters that started further north and killed 25 people in illinois and missouri. it may be two years before this breach is repaired. it could be two weeks before those flooded areas in alexander county are dry. but the good news is the water's receding back into the mississippi river, which is above flood stage from here to louisiana. >> pelley: david begnaud, thanks. in the west, storms are going to
by the warming pacific current known as el nino. here's ben tracy. >> it's literally raining cats and dogs out here, folks. >> reporter: the rain came down hard, up to an inch an hour, snarling roadways and covering part of the 101 freeway in mud. this mini cooper was no match for the megarain. the driver jumped to higher ground. people living in areas charred by wildfires were encouraged to evacuate. steel netting has been installed in some places to catch large debris. hal hyman lives below the mountains and decided to leave. >> at night time i don't want to go to sleep wondering if the debris is going to come down again. >> reporter: bill patzert is a nasa climatologist. we tend to now focus on the negative impacts of this, but the fact of the matter is we need all of this rain. >> this is going to be a fantastic down payment on drought. we could anticipate anywhere
rain here in los angeles, which is normally double what we get in january. >> reporter: the l.a. river is rushing tonight, sending billions of gallons of water out to the ocean. the good news about that is, that is what prevents los angeles from flooding. scott, there is more rain in the forecast, expected to hit southern california tomorrow. >> pelley: ben tracy reporting this evening. ben, thank you. today in afghanistan, one u.s. service member was killed, two others were wounded in a fierce battle near the southern city of marjah. the taliban have been advancing. american special operations sources are supporting the afghanistan military. in the race for the next commander in chief, ronald reagan once said the 11th commandment is, "thou shall not speak ill of another republican." well, he wouldn't recognize the melee just four weeks before iowa. here's major garrett.
super pac backing ted cruz mocked marco rubio's foreign policy toughness. >> i know i have a debate, but i gotta get this fantasy football thing right? >> reporter: cruz took his own fire from rick santorum. >> you want someone to read one hell of a bedtime story? ted cruz is your guy. if you want to protect america and defeat isis, rick santorum's your president. >> reporter: the super pac pushing rubio branded chris christie an out-of-step liberal. >> chris christie-- one high tax, common core, liberal energy loving obamacare medicaid expanding commanding president is enough. >> reporter: rubio and cruz sell themselves as positive candidates who don't attack their opponents, leaving that job to their million-dollar super pacs. responsible for the content of this advertising. the super pacs are supposed to
campaigns, although rubio today said he does support his group's message. >> these are serious policies. so there's nothing in those ads that are inaccurate. >> reporter: super pac ads don't necessarily tip the scale. the group backing jeb bush has spent tens of millions only to see bush's poll numbers tumble, leaving bush to scramble for attention on "live today," today, vowing he's been tougher than anyone on donald trump. >> i think that's my job. you gotta take on the bully head on, and that's what i'm doing. >> reporter: christi told the "washington post" today that rubio cannot "slime his way to the white house." scott, that those attacks came from a rubio super pac and not rubio himself was a distinction apparently lost on christi as it may very well be for the voters. >> pelley: major garrett on the muddy campaign trail. major, thanks very much. in new york, in the democratic race, bernie sanders to do aim today at front-runner hillary clinton over her ties to wall street. he said wall street's greed is destroying the fabric of the nation.
resolution that i will keep if elected president, and that is if wall street does not end its greed, we will end it for them. ( applause ) >> pelley: sanders also vowed to break up the country's biggest financial firms. a documentary leads to a campaign to release a convicted murderer. and a ceremony at west point marks a milestone for women when
>> pelley: a new documentary has turned viewers into amateur detectives, and many are going to bat for a man serving life for murder. dean reynolds has this. >> reporter: thanks to a show on netflix, the web site change.org has a big hit on its hands. in less than a month, more than a quarter of a million people around the world have signed a
justice for a man in prison for life, and featured in a netflix documentary. mike jones is with change.org. >> for it to go from a few thousands signatures to upwards of a quarter million viewers is phenomenal, really shows that this petition is tapping into a national conversation. >> reporter: it's all due to this series "making a murderer" launched last month, which tells the story of stephen avery. >> hello. >> reporter: he's the wisconsin man who served 18 years in prison for rape before being exonerated in 2003... >> we, the jury, find the defendant guilty. >> reporter: only to find himself in prison again on a murder conviction in 2007. since its debut, millions of viewers have spent hours binge watching it and discussing the case in online chat rooms. many viewers concluded avery was framed by authorities who lied and planted evidence.
and is now receiving death threats, says the series is misleading. >> stephen avery is right where he needs to be. that's in prison for the rest of his natural life. >> reporter: avery's lawyer, dean strang, says, though, that the reaction to the series has included useful information for the defense. >> we can't afford not to at least sift and consider something that might be useful to one human being who right now is facing a slow death in prison. >> reporter: here in wisconsin, governor scott walker has the power to pardon someone, but during two terms in office, he has never used it. and, scott, his aides say he is not going to change that strategy now. >> pelley: dean reynolds in madison for us tonight. dean, thank you very much. the justice department takes action after a cbs news
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>> pelley: tonight, we saved the la >> reporter: this is the hip-hop >> pelley: tonight, we saved the last dance for mark strassmann in atlanta. >> reporter: this is the hip-hop dance challenge "bet you can't do it like me" and sure, the kids are magic, but you also wonder, "who is that middle-aged dude who can do it like them?" >> once we started, i said, "i'm so bad." i said, "let's just film y'all." and the kids said, "no, mr. clark, you have to be in it." >> reporter: ron clark, a former teacher of the year, founded the ron clark academy in 2007. it's a private, nonprofit middle school, part hogwarts, part harvard. learning comes to life at warp speed here for kids who are academically diverse and often of lower income. the viral video stars includes seventh grader jaydon linsey. >> the message to get out there was to say that we can do fun
same time. >> reporter: every student but one in the school's history has gone on to college. mason calhoun, another seventh grader: >> it's very indescribable, the amount of love that is shown from the teachers towards us, and it really motivates us to push ourselves, be great academically, and just be amazing citizens. >> reporter: is there a message in the video? >> i think the message of this video is about who we are. at the ron clark academy we're all about relationships with kids, building bonds, and showing kids that you care because when kids know you're willing to meet them with they are and learn about their to culture and interact in a positive way, they're going to respect you more and work harder. >> reporter: by breaking the mold, ron clark and his kids keep bustin' the right moves. mark strassmann, cbs news, atlanta. >> pelley: and that's the cbs evening news for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all
captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org right now, on cbs4 news at 6:00 tonight, there's a push to end photo radar bans and those red light cameras in sheridan, supporters want them to get rid of them. karen lee. >> cbs4's rick sallinger joining us now. a story that is new at 6:00. >>reporter: last year, governor hickenlooper vetoed a bill that was passed by the lth tur, that -- legislature that zould banned all red light cameras as well as photo radar. but know, a grass roots group has picked up the ball starting