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jennifer brice is there for us. and some of these people barely had time to get dressed. >>reporter: one person who lives in the basement of this house was transported to the hospital with serious condition. that man is being treated for smoke inhalation. they are starting all over again. >> the smoke just engulfed us, just black smoke, couldn't see anything. >>reporter: people living at the house woke to fire alarms, flails and smoke around 4:00 a.m. thursday. they just moved into the transitional housing last night. >> fires, open the door. >>reporter: the young mom is 18 weeks pregnant with a toddler, now searching for permanent housing when this happened. >> i lost all her medicine, she's got a ear infection, lost all of the clothes, me and her don't -- i have shoes now, somebody gave me some shoes, but
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i mean, i'm 18 weeks pregnant, too, and it's hard. >>reporter: denver fire says the majority of the fire damage is on the backside of the building. when firefighters arrived they knocked back very large flames. >> when they arrived on scene, they saw that the fire was on the second floor of the building. >> we're going to need an ems to evaluate the patients over here. >>reporter: the red cross is working to find new housing for the 11 people who were living here, for many of them, this times. >> they're already having tough times, struggling to get back on their feet. one family telling me as soon as they get on their feet, they get example. >>reporter: some cases the people here, because they had no time to get shoes and clothes on rs they couldn't even think about grabbing their valuables or even their cell phones, so just a really tough situation for lot of these people. the red cross is there to help. cbs4 news. thank you, jen. right now, the university of denver is stepping up campus security after three reports of a man groping women in just one week.
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early this morning in all three of the cases. the suspect is described as a 6 foot tall white man, one victim said he looked college age. students are encouraged to walk in groups. a minnesota hunter pleads guilty in the death of a 14-year-old boy from grand junction. 59-year-old guy pohto, is charged with felony manslaughter. and hunting in a careless manner. pohto accidentally shot justin burns in the chests last fall. burns was bow hunting with his father at the time. pohto could get 2-6 years in prison. new developments as we hear from a rescuer who pull three boys from a pond in parker. it happened two weeks ago in the hidden village neighborhood. rick sallinger joins us with this tragic story, rick. >>reporter: karen, they were all l legend high school students, and now, we know more about what
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we heard from one of the rescuers at this pond. in a tragic drama, two teens died, but one boy was saved. and there emerged a policeman, many might label a hero. a hero. >> all three of them are in the water. >> all three of them are. >>reporter: patrolman was the first to a arrive after the call. he was told three had fallen through the ice. but he could only see one. the policeman reached out to coal robinson with a stick. >> he tried to grab it but he was so cold he had no dexterity in his hands and he ended up grabbing it with his forearms. >>reporter: he managed to pull him out, but his rescue crews arrived, two other boys remained in the murky frigid water. >> i just kept asking him, where they were, and he kept repeating to me they're gone, they're gone, they've been in the water too long, they're fwon.
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lank long. later. thanks were given to those who participated in the rescue. >> your heart is broken, not two. >>reporter: this pond holds memories of tragedy. but also heroism and survival. the parker police department has now equipped its patrol cars with ropes, in hopes they won't need them. live in parker, rick sallinger, cbs4 news. >> thank you, rick. we do have new information on a colorado woman who died while working as a nanny in austria. police say that an autopsy did not uncover how lauren mann died. they are waiting for the toxicology results to see if she was poisoned. they found her dead inside of her apartment. all of the lightbulbs were burned out. police arrested three people in grand junction for running an
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officials say their operation had business cards, a website and what advertised on social media. two of the suspects ran the business out of their home where two children also lived. and police found pot they say all over the house. easily within the reach of the children. they're facing child abuse charges now in addition to the drug charges. now, on to campaign 2016, the republican presidential candidates, are set to take the stage for their final debate tonight. but front runner donald trump will not be among them, claiming that debate moderator megyn kelly asked him unfair questions. shaun, will the absence have an impact. >>reporter: the die yamic will be different, but even as a no-show, trump is the show. he understanded fox replace moderator megyn kelly saying if he didn't get his way, he wouldn't attend the debate. fox didn't budge, saying it wouldn't give in to quote, terry
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and it questioned how trump would handle world leaders if he couldn't handle l kelley. ted cruz called him a coward for ducking the debate. >> and you know, donald is a fragile l soul. you know, if she asks him mean questions, i mean, his hair might stand on end. >> they can't toy with me like everybody else, let them have the debate and let's see how they do with the ratings. >>reporter: trump and cruz are neck-and-neck. trump plans to hold a competing event in iowa tonight at the same time as the debate and it all starts in about an hour. shaun, thank you. the broncos back on the field today, practicing for the super bowl. gary miller joins us tonight, gary, we heard from peyton manning for the first time since the big win over the patriots. >> looking forward to this day,
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everybody wanted to ask peyton about the sweet not guiltying in. he didn't deny them, they would have been tough to do. but he didn't shed any light on his future, either. >> what happened to private conversations on the 50 yard line, they just don't exist anymore. so no confirmation on that, whatsoever is f. carolina. on to carolina. >> he hadn't said anything to me, you know, i know he's enjoying the playoffs and enjoying this opportunity with his football team, you know, i can't speak for him. you know, he'll have to answer those questions, but i know it's special to have him back in the huddle leading the way.
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super bowl 50. >> stay tuned, gary. >> for sure. sam bush and panthers country tonight, and stan, you're looking for broncos fans in north carolina, i bet you found them? >>reporter: karen, we found one. and i mean that literally, we just found one. one broncos fan in all of charlotte, that was willing to talk to us on camera. but i'll tell you what, if more broncos fans were like her, mile-high would be a lot more fun. >> go broncos! come on, man. >>reporter: you can probably already tell, michele thomas may be the bravest person in both of the carolinas. >> i've never been afraid to be the only one wearing my bronco orange. >>reporter: she's not from denver, but she's been to more broncos games than locals. she she picked the team in 1983 and never looked back. her daughter, fan, even moved to the mile-high city.
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i've been to the stadium and seen the games, there's just something magic about the broncos and the fans. >> go cowboys. >>reporter: yes, she hears the blue birds. >> can i get a go broncos. >> not in this town. >>reporter: sometimes literally. >> boo. >> i have all the ammunition i need. because it's in here. >>reporter: it's tough to be a broncos fan, here, a bar listed online as a broncos safe haven said that was a lie. the most famous fan, nascar champ kyle bush, wouldn't return our calls. >> there's quite a few broncos fans here, it seems they've gone into hiding since the panthers were paired up against the broncos. >>reporter: this fan, only agreed to come forward if we kept him anonymous. hiding his broncos hat and hoodie until the last minute to hide from his coworkers. >> your boss said you could lose your job? >> yes, that's true. it's a possibility, but i
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>> can i get a go broncos? >> go broncos, i've got it! >>reporter: yeah, it's tough to be a broncos fan out here, but i tell you what, if your team had to play the carolina panthers time, too. just giving people nightmares, and that's the focus of the next story at 6:00 o'clock. for now, live from charlotte, >> thanks so much. we're going to take a live look outside, at another beautiful day, enjoy it now because more snow will be here before you know it. >> got in the low 60s today, clear skies around here, as we look around the big picture, a lot of high pressure holding on, but as a you say, something is going to change. here's the moisture, and plenty of it moving in and that means snow. sure, we'll get it for the mountains, yes, also down here in the city. and up next, new fears over the zika virus, as health officials say it is spreading explosively.
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killed 4 people. today, marks the 40th anniversary of the challenger launch disaster, the space exploded 73 seconds in flight. board. the crew honored their sacrifice. >> just take a moment of silence, and recognize the sacrifice of all of those crew members how their spirit and their legacy lives on in our achievement in space. >> today, president barack obama says that the challenger crew made the ultimate sacrifice to expand the boundaries of understanding. now, to a story you'll see only on 4, as broncos fans are talking about the possibility of super bowl rings for their team somewhere in colorado, is a fan talking about the wedding ring that he lost at sunday's game. cbs4 joins us live from the stadium, to to pick up the story from here, suzanne. >>reporter: well, you know, a
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somebody in one of the lower sections lost something near and dear to him. in just two rows away, another fan found it. >> peyton bounces around, he throws, with the catch, touchdown denver. >>reporter: a touchdown pass from manning to tight end owen daniels had the broncos crowd going wild. every bronco fan was elated, according to jim swaiz. every fan but one, who was sitting behind him. >> when the first touchdown happened, he went like this, and his wedding band must have popped off. >> newly wed. >> yeah, newly wed. >>reporter: while play continued on the field, the fan enlisted the help of those around him, to look for his wedding band. >> me and others in our section were looking for this ring on the floor and we were looking. >>reporter: with fans helping the stranger, they never found the ring. the broncos won, fans celebrated. he and his wife went home with
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warmth. >> we took it out the car, went soo our house this would seem the likely end of the story. except. >> my wife grabbed the blanket, and went to fold it, and kind of shook it, and out tumbled the ring on the floor. >>reporter: so now the goal is to find the bronco fan who now has a naked ring finger. . >> we're just really hoping he can get this ring and you know, maybe it's going to be, then in addition to a wedding ring, a super bowl ring. >>reporter: a good luck ring, of sorts. if you are the one who lost it or you know someone who did, you can go to our website, and we will help you find the man who is holding it safely for you. we're live in denver tonight, suzanne mccarroll, cbs4 news. >> we hope he gets his ring back. >> we do, we've got something to talk about now, you know, well, once again rs a beautiful day today, out here, we got to 61 degrees downtown. lots of sunshine around here. and that's the situation until you get to the west.
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in, there will be a little system that cops through first. the heart of the system is still up the coast, plenty of moisture to work with here. as we take a look, we've got snow moving into the great lakes region and into new england, got showers and thunderstorms over the southeast. lots of high pressure holding right through our area. with some perfect weather. and nice mild weather, but here comes the cold front, and here comes the next system in the area. it's prompted a winter storm watch for 10:00 p.m. friday to 10:00 p.m. on saturday. this is going to end up where some locations are going to get over two feet of snow. that's the type of storm system we have. here it comes, you can see, there's a little bit of snow for the mountains, here comes the bigger amount of moisture, that begins to push into the mountains, but look at this stream moving in. so you can see from portions of nevada all the way into utah, into colorado. if you are travelling, you don't want to take that western route, because you're going right
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snow, what you want to do is go the southern route, go underneath it, where you'll only run into rain and to san francisco, the best way to go if you're driving, a lot of calls about people who are driving to the super bowl. today, 58 at the airport. look at downtown, 61 degrees. we're mild with the start, 27 and 26, normals are 44 and 17. 69 and 22 below are the records for this day. 60 downtown, still nice, look at the airport, dropped off to 47 degrees. 42% humidity, we have a falling barometer, debbie at breckenridge, the sculpting championships are getting underway, they're starting to sculpt the show, this is the beginning of it. you can see what it's going to turn out to be. it's a great thing no see. temperatures for tonight, mostly 20s, 30s over the eastern plains, teens and single digits above and below 0 for the high country. teens and 20s outs west. tomorrow, another nice day, 40s, 50s, 60s, close to the 70-degree mark, southeast.
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western slope with 40s added in out there. here's the denver forecast now, for tonight, we'll look at clear skies, 35-33 the overnight lows, tomorrow, another nice day, fair and mild, 61 downtown. a 58 officially at the airportment boy, look at this change. 57 on saturday. maybe a late shower, then sunday, we're at 36. chance for snow. snow gets heavy, i think, late monday into tuesday. we might see a half foot, maybe twice that right here in the city. and much colder temperatures. now, again, this is just coming
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peyton manning is the first to admit the bronco defense has carried the load for this team, he also knows he and the offense will have to play a lot better for the broncos to beat carolina. back to worl work today for the broncos, they'll practice all week, as if they were playing sunday rather than flying west for the game. a major challenge for the broncos offense. a student of the carolina d. >> you see a lot, i mean, you just see just a fast physical football team, it's created a lot of negative plays for offenses, they've create aid lot of turn overs, giving their offense a lot of short fields which as you watch the game unfold, you see the scoreboard,
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the guy singing the national anthem is still on the field, the game hadn't started yet. >> it seems that way sometimes. manning hadn't been great, but he's been good enough in the playoffs, he had two key touchdown passes against new england both to owen daniels and maybe just as importantly, he didn't make any big mistakes. panthers know they have to get by number 18 to achieve their ultimate goal. >> well, i don't think anybody, on this team is going to look past peyton manning, everything is accomplished, hall of famer. -- [ inaudible ] one of those, and there won't be anybody. >> we don't really care if this is his last game, 18, 19 years, he's had enough, you know r it's our turn. >> that's his attitude. rockies reportedly about to send one of the left-handed outfielders to tampa in a four
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the key player going to tampa, along with the minor league pisher, rockies will get jake mcgee and a minor league pitcher. one night after getting blasted in san jose, the avs were down by 1 in l.a.. found gabrielle, he didn't, game tied at 3, they would keep the heat on the kings, nathan mckenan, he's fwot the knack. the one timer, the 18th of the year, colorado had the lead and they would hold it, thanks to this sweet sai by calvin pick card. in the final seconds, point blank shot. avs get a terrific road win, 4-3. they're in fourth place in the
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explosively. by the end of the year, it could infect four million people. it's in 23 countries now, including the u.s., with 31 cases in 11 states and d.c. since last year. so far all of the patients here were infected by mosquitoes abroad, but that is likely to change. the virus, first discovered in the zika forest in uganda in the 1940s, is linked to serious birth defects. dr. jon lapook has the latest. >> the zika virus... >> reporter: today the world health organization sounded an alarm about the zika outbreak. director margaret chan. >> questions abound. we need to get some answers quickly. >> reporter: the organization will convene an emergency meeting monday to plan its response. the zika virus, which is linked to children being born with small heads, poses several challenges.
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aren't perfect. there's no treatment, and there's in vaccine. dr. anthony fauci, head of the infectious diseases branch of the nih, says the outbreak is a pandemic. >> you have multiple countries in south america and the caribbean, so by anybody's definition, that would be considered a pandemic. >> reporter: there's concern the virus will eventually be found in mosquitoes in the u.s. >> if you have this much zika in south america and in the caribbean, sooner or later we're going to see a local transmission. >> reporter: fauci says controlling mosquitoes that could carry zika is key, and the united states has one big advantage. >> most of the united states goes through a real winter, and that's very, very important in containing mosquitoes-borne viruses. >> reporter: 35-year-old ana palazzo is pregnant with twins. two months ago, she cut short a trip to brazil and returned to new york.
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and i was very anxious about it. i didn't feel safe there. >> reporter: dr. fauci says we're not likely to see the same widespread zika virus outbreak here in the u.s. as in brazil. we can better control mosquitoes, but, scott, there are a lot of unknowns, and the health care community is watching this very carefully. >> pelley: dr. jon lapook. doctor, thanks very much. donald trump is a master of stealing the show, but this time he's aiming to run away with it. tonight as seven republicans debate in des moines, he is holding a simultaneous event billed as a veterans benefit. it's a high-stakes gamble in his neck-and-neck race with ted cruz just four days before the caucuses. here's major garrett. >> reporter: in south carolina last night, donald trump played up his counter-programming move against the fox debate. >> from here, where do i go? on to iowa. what am i going to do there? who the hell knows. we're going to... you know what we're going to raise a lot of money for the vets.
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>> reporter: fox news scrambled to pull trump back on the stage, using bill o'reilly to plead its case. >> forgive, go forward, answer the questions, look out for the folks. just want you to consider it. >> reporter: the trump campaign has not said what veterans groups would benefit from his event tonight, but some have said "thanks, but no thanks." peter kaufmann is with the progressive vote vets dot org. >> veterans are not a political prop that they can trot out and exploit because they don't want to answer tough questions. >> reporter: trump's top competitor in iowa riddiculed the g.o.p. front-runner. >> he doesn't want to answer questions from the men and women of iowa about how his record doesn't match what he is selling. >> reporter: chris christie faulted trump's hair-trigger temper. >> this is a few days before the caucus, and the candidate leading in some of the polls decides in a snit not to come. that's not respectful and it's
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>> reporter: rand paul has clashed with trump before. >> he's already hedging his bets because he's used to buying politicians. >> well, i've given him plenty of money. >> reporter: he predicted more time tonight to discuss shrinking the size of the government. >> i'm concerned about the debt. i'm concerned about the government leaving us alone. >> reporter: jeb bush running at the back of the pack still clicks to hope. >> can jeb bush be a surprise story here on caucus night? >> yes, because the expectations are so low. >> well, you have succeeded there, governor. >> mission accomplished. >> reporter: rumors have run wild all day about a possible last-minute truce between fox and trump. scott, moments ago trump's campaign manager told us, "mr. trump is not participating in the fox news debate." >> pelley: seems clear. major garrett, thanks very much. by the way, cbs news will be carrying tonight's trump event
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service, cbsn. it is available on all devices at and cbs news will bring you the next g.o.p. debate. saturday evening, february 13th, live from greenville, south carolina. john dickerson is the moderator. now to the democrats. today, the underdog got whacked with a newspaper. here's nancy cordes. >> we should move to a medicare for all single payer program. >> reporter: his unapologetically liberal views attract supporters by the thousands, but in a stinging takedown of bernie sanders, the "washington post" editorial board called it "an act." "mr. sanders is not a brave truth teller," they wrote. "he is a politician selling his own brand of fiction by obscuring the true cost of his generous proposal." do they have a point in do voters deserve to have more
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sanders' administration? >> well the answer is voters deserve as much information as we can possibly give them. >> reporter: senator sanders has released some details. he'd finance free public college tuition with tax on what he calls "wall street speculators." he'd finance his medicare for all health care plan by charging businesses a 6% income-based premium. individuals would pay 2%. you think you can convince republicans to raise taxes? >> i think we can convince the american people, in the year 2016, all of our kids should be able to go to public colleges and universities tuition-free. >> reporter: the editorial plays right into a case that clinton makes that campaign events like this one all the time. she argues that his ideas look good on paper but will never work in the real world. by now, though, scott, roughly half of iowa democrats are siding with him. >> pelley: nancy cordes on the trail in iowa.
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today teachers in detroit sued the school district over what they say are unsafe conditions. they had been staging sick-outs, forcing most of the schools to close. adriana diaz reports that many parents are with them. >> reporter: after weeks of protests over dilapidated buildings and classrooms where he kindergartners are wearing coats, detroit teachers and parents say a lawsuit was their only remaining choice. ivy bailey is interim president ba of the detroit federation of teachers. >> educators have been snubbed, ignored, disrespected, and punished when they informed the school district of specific safety and health problems. >> reporter: the teachers cite mold, maggots in bathroom, mice and mushrooms that once sprouted in a classroom as common problems. today's complaint states that schools are risking children's health and safety. it says some students have suffered from respiratory
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stomach pains. the lawsuit demands repairs and the removal of darnell earley, the governor-appointed schools emergency manager. last year he went from being the emergency manager of flint, which is now having a contaminated watered crisis, to managing detroit's school system, which is half a billion dollars in debt. >> enough is enough. >> reporter: shoniqua kemp and two of her children are plaintiffs in the suit. she blames earley. >> this emergency manager stepped into a situation where there is no money. >> i'm not a millionaire, so sometimes i have to find ways to shuffle my money around the make things work. he went to school for this. he signed up for the job. he should, at the very least, do it. >> reporter: earley denied our request for an interview, but in a statement he said he is working to reduce the school system's debt. scott, he has 28 days to respond to the lawsuit. >> pelley: adriana diaz for us tonight. adriana, thank you. another rickety boat today
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greece. 25 drowned, ten of them children. migrants escaping war and poverty. volunteers are rescuing as many as they can, and holly williams set sail with them. >> reporter: they were so desperate to reach europe that this group of 57 migrants abandoned their inflatable raft and stranded themselves on a cliff on the greek coast. winter is normally the quiet period here on the greek coastline, but this year the rescue teams have been taken by surprise, because in january, around 50,000 people made the dangerous crossing. that's over 20 times more than last january. this month's death toll is now more than 170, including some who tried the make the risky
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their boat capsized. a swedish team came to the rescue of the people stuck on the cliff. they fled syria, iraq and iran and amongst them was a tiny baby and a disabled man who was helped down the cliff face. he s in the safety of a rescue boat, behzad abbasi comforted his one- year-old son ermia. he told us he's a christian and he and his family risked death to flee religious persecution in iran. >> 50/50. maybe you win or maybe you lose you life. >> reporter: the swedish rescuers are funded by donations, and they're all volunteers. joakim brosten normally works in i.t. >> this is my way to give something to people that are in need. >> reporter: the swedish team found these migrants safe on a greek beach, but so cold they
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jackets. >> there will be people coming from the landside, and they will come and support you within the next few hours. >> reporter: as politicians try to stop the migrants from coming, ordinary citizens are dealing with a more pressing need -- keeping people alive. holly williams, cbs news, greece. >> pelley: 30 years ago today i picked up this press pass at the kennedy space center for shuttle mission 51-l. i remember being amazed at how cold it was, and it would turn out that america's first in- flight space disaster was triggered by a simple rubber gasket that had frozen overnight. we thought space flight was so routine there was even a schoolteacher aboard "challenger," but in a flash we were reminded, astronauts are
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manuel bojorquez looks back. >> reporter: the seven astronauts prepared for liftoff that morning at cape canaveral, florida, in front of a national audience. mission specialist ron mcnair's wife cheryl was there. >> there was a lot of excitement and there was camaraderie. hey, this is the u.s. >> one and liftoff... >> reporter: it appeared to be a textbook launch, but 73 seconds in, a seal failed on the right rocket booster, causing a catastrophic explosion. >> obviously a major malfunction. >> reporter: confusion on the ground soon gave way to grief. >> ...wondering what happened? what's going on? ron mcnair had flown on the changier before. in 1984 he became the second african american in space, inspiring americans with his saxophone playing in zero gravity. two years later, the father of two was gone in a national tragedy.
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"challenger" crew were pioneers. >> reporter: what was that like to have a nation mourn with you? >> that was a beautiful part of coming back from all of this tragedy. >> reporter: mcnair honors her husband by encouraging children to study science and technology, the same skills that helped a man from humble beginnings in the segregated south see the earth from above. >> and he described it as just so beautiful and appearing without divisions or lines, peaceful, he said, as he thought the lord meant for us to live. >> reporter: here on earth, in a grove dedicated to america's space pioneers, words worth remembering. manuel bojorquez, cbs news at the johnson space center in houston. >> pelley: and we'll be right
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>> pelley: a celebrity known by her first name and pushing 60 goes public about plastic surgery. it's not the kind of story we usually report around here, but we have the make an exception for barbie. here's mireya. >> reporter: the times may have changed... barbie, you're beautiful ...but barbie has changed little with the times. in recent years, the iconic mattel dolls have remained on the shelves. barbie sales have now declined mattel cites one possible reason. >> we were hearing that many thought barbie was out of touch. >> reporter: that typically blonde-haired, blue-eyed doll with unrealistic proportions is getting a reality check. mattel recently introduced 23 new dolls with different skin tones and hair colors, and today three new body types -- curvy,
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>> the character feeds the horsie. at barbie for a test run with a group of four or five year olds. >> they don't look like barbie. >> some of them have brown skin and white skin. >> reporter: but what they noticed most were the different shapes and sizes. >> i'm glad because we all get to look like... we got to pick our barbies that looked like us. mattel is getting parents to buy in. >> we don't live in a world how barbie used to look. we live in a world how barbie is now, so i think it's a really good thing. >> reporter: barbie may be ageless, but to her creators it was time for a long overdue makeover. mireya villarreal, cbs news, california. >> pelley: a white man has been cast to play michael jackson. that's next. it don't matter if you're
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>> pelley: michael jackson sang that "it don't matter if you're black or white," but should it matter in choosing someone to play him? here's vladimir duthiers. i'm going back to indiana >> reporter: he was a young black kid from gary, indiana. who became the biggest name in music. billie jean. is not my lover >> reporter: that has some criticizing why the role of the king of pop is being portrayed by a white actor, joseph fiennes, in an upcoming british tv movie. >> i'm as shocked as you might be. he definitely had a pigmentation issue, so he was probably closer to my color than his original color. >> reporter: this latest controversy comes after no actor of color received an oscar nomination for the second year in a row. >> untie him. >> reporter: idris elba's role in "beasts of no nation" was thought to be a likely nominee. he recently told the british parliament about the racial
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>> i knew there wasn't enough imagination yet for the industry to see me as a lead. >> reporter: black or white, fiennes says he hopes his performance passes. >> the more i looked at michael, the more i fell in love with him. >> reporter: this isn't the first time filmmakers have cast while actors to play people of color. scott the studio lionsgate recently apologized for its lack of diversity in an upcoming movie about egyptian gods. >> pelley: vlad, thanks very much. and we're coming right back. >> this portion of the "cbs evening news" is sponsored by liberty insurance, see car insurance in a whole new light. through everything together. two boyfriends, three jobs... t you're like nothing can replace brad. then liberty mutual calls, r and you break into your happy dance. if you sign up for better car replacement , we'll pay for a car that's a model year newer
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,, >> pelley: we end tonight with the journey of a lifetime. a couple of old salts sailing from norway to maine.
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but they haven't made much progress, so we sent mark phillips to check on them. >> reporter: there's a reason steve weise and bob shapiro are being called "the calamity crew." how's the trip going so far? >> great. >> reporter: not so great really. steve and bob's boat, the "nora," isn't so much an accident waiting to happen, it's an accident that keeps happening over and over again. this was just the latest. firemen had to put out a blaze on board when a burning candle tipped over as the boat hit the bottom at low tide. or this time when rescue services had to be called out off scotland. or here, when steve and bob needed help at night off ireland. you're up to seven times? how many times have you had to call for assistance? >> we called the coast guard 29 times. >> reporter: and that's just since the boat left norway last summer.
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the norwegian rescue service, the danish, the scottish, the irish and now the english. not that has fazed steve! >> i bought a boat in norway and i'm sailing it home. >> reporter: people are fed up. >> you are not capable of managing a ship or a boat, shall i say. >> every time we go out there, it's risking danger. >> reporter: steve, from california, and bob, from idaho, are both 71 years old. they have become famous here, but not in a good way. do you think they're taking it seriously enough? >> no. no, no. >> reporter: have you ever done a trip of this ambition before? >> no. never done it before. total diaper kid. >> reporter: luckily the weather has turned bad and the "nora" is not going anywhere for a while, lucky for steve and for bob and for the rescue crews. mark phillips, cbs news, cornwall, england. >> pelley: and that's the "cbs
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for all of us at cbs news all around the world, good night. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.or right now, at 6:00 o'clock, there is a search for whomever is groping women near the university of denver campus, there have been three cases in the past week. the first was last wednesday at high and wesley. then another sunday at as burr sxri josephine. the latest was earlier this morning at illif and josephine. >>reporter: well, right now, they're busy patrolling the perimeter of the university over that way, in the meantime, just a couple of hours ago, they issued a reminder to the students when it comes to your cell phone, pay attention, no texting, listening to music with head sets, pay attention to your surroundings.
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