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killers on the loose. a massive man hunt is under way for two convicted murderers who staged a daring breakout from a maximum security prison. concert chaos. violence at new jersey's metlife stadium as police clash with festivalgoers. dangerous weather threatening much of the country today. severe storms that battered the midwest make their way east while louisiana's red river floods to a 70-year high. it's knocked away, stolen by thompson, and the nba finals are tied. another overtime thriller in the nba finals. lebron james delivers a command performance to help the cleveland cavaliers even their series with the golden state warriors. captioning funded by cbs
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this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, june 8th, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. new york governor andrew cuomo calls it a crisis situation. this morning a massive manhunt is under way for two convicted murderers who used power tools to escape from a maximum security prison in new york state. prison officials realized richard matt and david sweat were missing saturday morning. a $100,000 reward has been posted for information leading to their facility. the lincoln correctional facility is just a 45-minute drive to montreal and the men may have crossed into canada. hena daniels has our report. >> they could be anywhere. >> reporter: hundreds of law enforcement agencies and state agencies are combing the area.
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for richard matt and david sweat. the convicted killers left behind decoys in their beds saturday as they used power tools to cut their way through prison walls. >> we presume they may have had access to a vehicle and may have received assistance for their escape effort. >> they must have kept you awake with all that cutting, huh? >> governor andrew cuomo who toured the facility over the weekend calls the plan sophisticated. the men managed to crawl through a series of manholes and steam pipes. >> no doubt to execute the period of time. the period of time could have been days. >> officials believe the dangerous fugitives could have crossed into nearby canada or traveled southwest. authorities have also alerted agencies in mexico to be on the lookout. matt who was serving 25 years to life for a murder conviction fled to mexico in 1997 before he was extradited back to the states. sweat was serving a life %
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sentence for murdering a sheriff's deputy in 2002. hena daniels for cbs news. no one was injured when a united express commuter jet went off the runway as it was landing in buffalo, new york, last night. there were 69 passengers and three crew on board the twin engine jet as it arrived from washington. united said mesa airlines flight 972 landed in high winds and ended up on the grass next to the runway. passengers were bussed from the plane to the terminal. another round of strong to severe weather is on tap today from the southern plains up to the northeast. there are flash flood warnings posted this morning in the midwest, particularly in central illinois. in peaoria yesterday high winds snapped trees and power lines. one large tree took out a number of power lines. the wind was so strong it even caused a few auto accidents. at one point 12,000 people were without power. and there is heavy flooding in northwest louisiana. the red river is expected to
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crest today at 37 feet. more flooding is expected. nearby residents are preparing to leave. homes are already covered by rising water, and some neighborhoods could remain flooded for days. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz has more on the flooding and severe weather. the story of the record rainfall we saw in may continues as all that water continues to move downstream in the red river. shreveport has flooding from the red river. cresting toward thursday and minor flooding expected as that water continues to move downstream into alexandria late next week. but we're watching. high pressure is centering around florida. looks like a big flume of tropical moisture could move in and cause an enhanced risk. in the short term it extends west of new york city and d.c. watching the storms all the way
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back toward nashville and memphis. could see large hail, damaging wind gusts. could see some tornados. moving off toward the east. we expect the radar to be pretty busy starting into next week. blanca will weaken into a tropical storm and then into a depression. i'm eric fisher for the cbs news. this is the second and final day for the g-7 summit in germany. they're meeting in the alps. the crisis in ukraine has dominated the discussion. the president wants europe to maintain economic sanctions against russia that are due to expire next month. mr. obama says the g-7 must stand up to russian aggression in ukraine. >> i think that there can be a peaceful diplomatic solution to this problem but it's going to require that the united states
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europe, and others in the world stay vigilant. >> the leaders discussed trade. world leaders are watching events in washington to see if u.s. lawmakers grant the president the authority to move trade deals through congress quickly. and before he left for germany saturday, president obama had the sad task of eulogizing vice president joe biden's eldest son beau. >> beau biden was an original, good man, man of character. >> biden, the former delaware attorney general, died from brain cancer a week ago at the age of 46. more than a thousand people attended saturday's service in wilmington. and a stunning defeat for the turkish president. his ruling party failed to win an outright majority in parliament in sunday's vote. he had hoped a big victory would allow him to consolidate power. now he must seek coalition partners for the first time since he came to power almost 13 years ago. chaos at a new jersey music festival as concertgoers clash with police.
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the hot 97 summer jam at metlife stadium featured some of rap and hip-hop's biggest names, but police blocked the gate when a crush of people, some without tickets, tried to get in. don champion is in east rutherford new jersey, were the very latest. good morning, don. >> good morning, anne-marie. tensions boiled over when police say what started as a crowd control problem quickly turned into chaos. >> i give you a quote man. what you want? >> watch out, watch out. >> where's your wallet at? it's very dangerous out here. >> reporter: new jersey state police locked in a vie legislate struggle music fans outside of metlife stadium, some throwing bottles at officers, police using riot gear and military-style vehicles to disperse the crowd, many overcome by fumes from tear gas. police say they were called in to keep order after people began
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climbing over fences to get in. they told everyone outside the gaits to leave the stadium complex even if they had tickets. >> they had everybody standing outside in a mob, a mob of people, do you under? they would not let us in. when i asked what was going on, they said there was some sort of riot but they wouldn't elaborate. >> reporter: the stadium home to the giants and jets, was put on lockdown, but many outside were upset how the police handled the situation. >> people were standing out here for over three and a half hours to get inside for paying for concerts. the way they treat us is like animals. i'll never do this again. >> reporter: now, the new jersey state police still have not said how many people were arrested out here last night. at one point extra officers had to be brought here to the scene, anne-marie and we're told one trooper was injured during those
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confrontations. >> don champion in east rutherford, new jersey. thanks a lot, don. coming on the morning new, pool party confrontation. a police officer is put on leave after a video shows him roughing up teenagers. >> and celebrating broadway. "fun home" hitting a winning note at the tonys. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news." but some days, i felt like all they saw was my acne, not me. i couldn't believe i still had acne. so i went to aczone.com, found a dermatologist, and asked her about aczone® (dapsone) gel. together, we decided aczone® gel was right for me and my acne got better. acne is a medical condition that can happen at any age. fortunately, your doctor can prescribe aczone® gel, fda approved for the topical treatment of acne and proven in clinical studies with people 12 years and older. talk to your doctor about any medical conditions you have, including g6pd deficiency, and any medications you are using. use of benzoyl peroxide with aczone® gel may cause your skin to temporarily turn yellow or orange at the site of application. the most common side effects with
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in knee-high water and we heard screaming. >> it was believed to be the third shark bite in the county since memorial day. and a texas police officer is on leave this morning after an incident at a pool party in a dallas suburb. the friday night confrontation was captured on a cell phone. mark albert reports. >> get on the ground. i told you to stay. >> reporter: this cell phone video posted on youtube shows officers responding to a disturbance call on friday of teenagers refusing to leave a community pool near dallas. an officer can be seen pulling a 14-year-old girl in a swimsuit on the ground and then pulling a gone on a group trying to intervene. the officer then kneels on her back. greg conley is the chief of police. >> it's something we're going to have to look into as far as the training and the officers and their reaction on the scene. >> reporter: police said they made one arrest of an 18-year-old man held on two misdemeanors. he was released sunday. arianna is a girl who saw the
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14-year-old girl being pushed to the ground. >> she saw people were being arrested for no reason and she said, this isn't right. >> reporter: residents were split on whether the believe targeted mostly african-american teenagers. >> these are children. they've got be able to handle things better than this. >> i do believe he was trying to restore order. you know, i don't believe there was anything malicious. >> reporter: police did not say how long their investigation would take. mark albert for cbs news. almost a thousand bikers staged a protest against police in waco, texas. the motorcyclists were demonstrating against the actions of the police officers in the bloody aftermath of the incident that occurred on march 17th more than 100 bikers are still behind bars. and a woman hit by a broken bat at fenway park is recovering from her injuries. the bat of brett lawrie broke and flew into the stands. tania carpenter was sitting
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the "cbs moneywatch," big news expected from apple today, and the best cities in america to retire. wendy gillette is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, wendy. >> hey, good morning, anne-marie. it's reported that apple will announce its subscription streaming music service today. the announce mnlts is expected to come at apple's annual conference for software developers in san francisco. apple wants a strong position in the paid streaming music business. to that end, apple paid $3 billion for beats audio, its playlist and technology. here on wall street the u.s. benchmark yielded an eight-year high as the labor department reported that employers added
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802,000 jobs in may. the dow lost 160 points. the s&p fell 14. and the nasdaq finished down two points. melissa mccarthy's "spy" move came in top. mccarthy plays the deskbound cia officer sent on a james bond-type caper. last week's top film "san andreas" finished second. and the best places to retire. and three of the top five are in arizona. phoenix placed number one. the cities are based on the rate of cost of living, crime, health care tax rates, feedsability, and walkability. followed by alexandria, virginia, prescott, arizona. and des moines, iowa. and by the way, the worst place to retire in new york city, cost of living and weather may be the reasons, why, right?
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>> i could see myself living in phoenix in years to come. maybe not in august.pmay head back to new york. 105 is 105 weather it's a dry heat north right? >> exactly. i lived in tucson and i definitely felt that way. wendy gillette at the new york stock exchange. >> thanks a lot, wendy. in sports lebron james wields the cleveland cavaliers to an overtime victory in game two ott the nba series knotting the series in two apiece. james turned in a triple-double, finished with 39 points, 16 rebounds, and 11 assists as the calves outlasted golden state, 95-93. >> total game effort. very emotional win right here. with everything we've been going through, to tough it out like this, to be back in the same position we were in just three days ago, and to be able to come back and even the series is big time. >> it was an unusual off night for golden state's stephen curry who made just five of 23 shots, -
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hitting only two three-pointers. game three is tomorrow in cleveland. a shock never the men's final at the french open. eight seed is stan wawrinka had lost 17 of his matches to top novak djokovic but yesterday was wawrinka's day. he beat djokovic in four sets to earn his first french open crown. he lost in the first round last year. when we return, a touch of broadway. actress helen mirren is honored at last night's tony awards. that and all the big winners ahead. thing to wear. will they be looking at my hair? won't be the same without you bro. when it's go, go to the new choicehotels.com. the site with the right room, rewards and savings up to 20% when you book direct. choicehotels.com
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morning... beginning at 4:30. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the best of broadway honored
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last night at the 69th annual tony awards. marlie hall reports. ♪ find your dungarees and your linked up boots ♪ >> reporter: "fun home" was the best musical of the year, taking top honors at the tony awards. >> we stand here because your faith was boundless. >> reporter: the tony for best play went to "the curious incident of the dog in the night-time," which also scored a leading actor trophy for its star alex sharp. >> i want to dedicate this to anyone who feels misunderstood or feels different. >> reporter: dame helen mirren won for her role in "queen elizabeth ii." >> this is such a thrill indeed. i'm so honored. >> reporter: broadway took in honors itself. they took in $3.4 billion this
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triple crown winner american pharoah is getting some down time in kentucky, but his racing days aren't over yet. he's the first horse to win the kentucky derby, preakness, and belmont stakes in 37 years. his breeding rights have been sold but owner ahmed zayat controls american four row's feature until he's retired. zayat says he'll race him as long as he can. the women's world cup soccer games are being played. the women are hoping to win its first world cup for the first time in 16 years. jericka duncan reports from winnipeg. >> reporter: team usa comes to
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canada with one perfect goal in mind, win the title they narrowly lost against japan four years ago. midfielder megan rapinoe. >> i'm anxious and ready to go and i can't wait to play games. >> rapinoe was one of the stars an american roster. abby wambach is the all-time goal scorer male or female in international play. fiery goalkeeper hope solo is still one of the best in the net. and 39-year-old christie rampone is playing in her fifth world cup. she's the last remaining active player from that iconic 1999 world cup team that took the title. winning it back won't be easy. today's international field is more competitive than ever. >> the women's dream, i think, is growing so much and you're seeing around the world so much more money and just more resources put into the club environment and the professional environment.
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>> reporter: forward alex morgan is a go-to scorer, but she's nursing a bruised knee that forced her to miss almost all of the precup warmup games. >> i'm going to be ready and give everything that my team knows i can give at the world cup, and so you know nothing's going to hold me back from playing this tournament. >> reporter: the u.s. team arrived with high expectations, but germany, france, sweden, and japan all loom large. jericka duncan, cbs news, winnipeg. today is the 90th birthday of the former first lady barbara bush. to celebrate, the extended bush clan has gather at the family compound in maine. today there will be a lobster lunch to mark the milestone of the matriarch and on friday her husband, former president georgeph.w. bush turns 91.
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and charlotte was photographed in the arms of her older brother prince george. prince william's wife kate took the photographs herself and charlotte was born on may 2nd and is fourth in line to the throne. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," an update on the search for the escaped prisoners in new york. we'll be live from dannemora. plus dr. david agus tells us how were where you live may affect your odds of surviving cancer. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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griego. well, looking out at the golden gate bridge, yes, this is the golden gate bridge. it's very early morning. little bit of fog out there. >> whoa do you sound surprised?
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>> well yeah i know it is that time of year. >> did you watch the forecast over the weekend? >> sure. >> by it you did. i've got all my dvd and get you a copy. good morning, it's june 8th. he's michelle griego. >> and he's brian hackney. frank is sleeping this this morning. >> look who's back. >> oh thanks. >> from hawaii? >> where it was hot there. and i just kind of brought it back with me because we're going to see some of the hottest temperatures so far this year beginning when today. good morning everybody. numbers right now, very mild. in the 50s and 60s but look at livermore. it's 68 degrees at this very early hour. not much of a cooldown from yesterday. today we're going with an outside number in the hottest location of 100 degrees in fairfield but that will be surpassed in many of the well end land areas but -- inland areas but first good morning, lisa? wide open at the bay bridge

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