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that mugginess will lead to thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon and friday evening. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org captioning funded by cbs good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, july 30th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." a major lead in the search for the missing malaysia airlines jet. investigators are rushing to identify a plane part found on a remote island. a police officer will face murder charges today. his body camera captured him killing an unarmed man during a traffic stop. we're outside the office of a minnesota dentist after killing a beloved lion. we begin with today a "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds.
>> it's the first real evidence that there's a possibility that a part of the aircraft may have been found. >> a possible break in the search for mh-370. >> the debris from a wing was found about 2300 miles from whereis believed to have gone down. several buildings have been destroyed across sections of lake county. immediate evacuations were ordered. new video shows the moment a cincinnati police officer killed an unarmed man. that officer indicted on murd ir charges. a new oil slick surfaced along the santa barbara coastline. experts still haven't determined its source. the players union filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking to have tom brady's suspension thrown out. >> tom took his appeal to the highest court in all the land, facebook. he got a like from gisele bundchen.
the water may be a health risk next year for the olympics. >> high levels of bacteria. >> a raucous crowd attacked uber drivers. >> all that -- >> and it's likely one of those international cities might -- >> scared me. >> there are rumors he was being traded. turns out it was just a rumor. >> he's crying. why? he got traded. >> to who? >> and a lawyer says that donald trump called her disgusting. >> i may have said disgusting. i may have said something else. she's a horrible person. >> he didn't know killing the lion was illegal. >> i think he should be in jail. there's a bigger issue here, though. >> people got too much time and money, man. >> this morning's" eye opener" is presented by toyota.
let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." plane crash investigators are rushing to identify a piece of debris that may be from malaysia airlines flight 370. this airplane section found wednesday appears to be from a boeing 777. that is the same type of aircraft that disappeared with 239 people on board. >> the six-foot long piece washed up on the island of reunion off the east coast of africa. it's thousands of miles from the last known position of flight 370 and the search area near australia. seth doane is in beijing where the flight from kuala lumpur was supposed to land. good morning. >> reporter: authorities are treating this as a significant development but caution it is too soon to know whether indeed it is a piece of that missing flight mh-370 which was supposed to land here in beijing nearly the 17 months ago.
the wreckage that's washed ashore is believed to be the part of a wing called a flapperan. its dimensions are consistent with a boeing 777 aircraft. australia's deputy prime minister warned they call the find a major lead. >> there is a number on the parts. bd-670. that is not a serial number or registration number, but it's possible that it could be a maintenance number. >> truss said investigators will consider barnacles on the wreckage to determine if they are something considered to be floating in the ocean for about 500 days. it was discovered 2300 miles west of where searchers have been scouring the sea floor of the southern indian ocean in a 46,000-square-mile area off the coast of australia. models suggest the wreckage could have floated that car carried by ocean currents.
>> when you find a part like this you'll find other parts in the area. >> mark rosenker says visit gators will be poring over the part of the wing recovered looking for other clues. >> was it torn or crumpled or ripped. does it have any kind of char on it which would indicate a fire. all of that will be important. >> reporter: local media is reporting a suitcase has been found. they have endured plenty of false leads before. >> k.s.narendran's wife was one of the passengers. >> it's really not helped us to either keep expectations high or to in a sense hope for some quick answers. >> reporter: a group of chinese victims families issued a
statement saying they were watching these developments closely. and most of all, they care about where their family members are. >> captain sully sullenberger is a cbs news aviation expert and a co-pilot known for his miracle on the hudson landing. >> good morning. >> based on what you know and listening to some of the questions and answers in seth's piece, is this likely a part of the flight from malaysia? >> the investigators will be attempting to confirm whether or not it was a part much mh-370. whoen the part was manufactured by boeing, a piece of it called a data placard having a number, unique number, should have been affixes to it. if that data placard is still on the part it would be one way of confirming whether or not it was on that airplane. >> captain sully, how many 770 planes are missing in the world at this time?
>> one. so you think you have -- >> i think that says a lot. >> i think it does. >> it needs to be confirmed, but it's a possible good first step in solving what's been one of the biggest aviation mysteries in history. >> were you surprised at the location of where this debris was found? >> i think it's what one would expect. that tells us with the prevailinging currents nv s and winds, this ended up about where you expected it to if it went in the water where we had been searching. >> they'll be trying to work backwards through time using models of wnd and current to see if that's the case. you have to realize how employ time has passed. how complex the currents are with seasonal variations. and that process really lacks sufficient resolution to pin it
down much more than it's done up until now. >> captain sully sullenberger, thank you for joining us this morning. >> university of cincinnati police officers in court right now to face a murder charge of murdering an unarmed black man. ray mond tensing is pleading not guilty. the officer says he fired a shot in self-defense but the prosecutors accuse him of murder. the officer's body camera captured the entire incident on july 19th. some of the footage you are about to see is graphic. dean reynolds is outside cincinnati with the community's response. >> reporter: officer raymond tensing is in jail and out of a job after the university of cincinnati fired him on wednesday. the school says it is reviewing its police department's policies and procedures. >> hands up, don't shoot. >> reporter: cincinnati
responded with peace wednesday night hours after the grand jury's timt. just after 6:00 p.m. on july 19th, ray mond tensing pulled over sam dubose for driving without a front license plate. >> you don't have a front license plate on your car. >> reporter: it was captured on tensing's body camera. >> do you have your license on you? >> why did you pull me over? >> again, the front tag. >> tensing tried to open the door but he was apprehensive and slowly started to roll away. >> stop, stop. >> tensing fired a shot to the has killing dubose instantly. >> this is the asinine act i've seen a police officer make. >> if he started to roll away, just, seriously, let him go.
you don't have to shoot him in the head. >> reporter: tensing surrendered to authorities. stu matthews is tensing's attorney. >> he began to leave and officer tensing reached in and tried to stop the car. >> right. >> which was officer tensing's mistake. but he got caught up in there and was being dragged as the car is pulling away. >> so you say this is a life and death situation that's he was -- his life was in danger. >> that's our position. >> reporter: a second police body cam shows tensing on the ground but the prosecutor dismissed its significance. >> he wasn't dragged. he fell backwards after he shot him in the has. >> the car sped away because dubose's dead body was pressing on the accelterator. his family credited the video with bringing them one step closer to justice. >> my brother was about to be one other stereotype, and that's not going to happen.
>> reporter: tensing who broke down and wept when he heard of the indictment yesterday is pleading not guilty at his arraignment this morning. if convicted of murder, officer tensing could face life in prison. >> dean, thanks. breaking news from afghanistan where the taliban have a new leader. they confirm that mullah omar is dead. they say his top aide akhtar muhammad mosul is scheduled to take his place. they also hid osama bin laden from the united states. the intelligence service buildings omar died two years ago in pakistan. 35 million americans are facing a dangerous heat wave. nearly every corner of the country is expected to see oppressive heat reach at least 90 degrees. it's hot, hots, hot out there. new york, maryland and virginia may see temperatures peak in the
90s and parts of the west could hit above 100 degrees. be careful out there. >> that is hot. new fast-moving wildfires in the west are forcing hundreds to evacuat evacuate. the flames destroyed several buildings and threatened several others. john blackstone is tracking the new flames racing toward homes. >> reporter: firefighters are struggling to keep pace with the fast moving rocky wildfire north of sacramento. after igniting wednesday afternoon, it's exploded in size burning through more than 3,000 acres. around 500 people were ordered to evacuate as wildfires across california intensify. >> you don't realize what's it feels like to be displaced until you are. hopefully everything is going to be okay and they'll get it contained. >> reporter: crews lost control of another wildfire forcing more people out of their homes. it's only 10% contained and has
burned through cars and incinerated these mobile homes. 85-year-old june glockner suffered burns to her face crawling down her driveway for help and the flames spread to her street. >> i got about three-quarters and yelled. hey, i'm here. i'm alive. >> reporter: firefighters are battling rugged terrain, heavy wind and searing temperatures that have caused the fires to grow in only a few hours. >> terrified. it feels like it's going to blow this direction, and i don't live far from here. >> reporter: for cbs, john blackstone. the coast guard is trying to find the source of an oil slick off the coast of santa barbara. the oil could have seeped naturally from the ocean floor or from an offshore rig. they are collecting samples. kayakers discovered it after
paddling into the thick sludge. >> there was gunky type brown stuff. i'd never seen it on such a large area like that. >> it's just miles from the scene of an oil pipeline that ruptured in may. it leaked about 100,000 gallons of oil into the pacific. the new england patriots expect to see tom brady this morning at training camp. he vows to be on the field when the new season starts. and robert kraft is denouncing them. anna werner, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. in his report this week, the league commissioner roger goodell accused tom brady of attempting to conceal evidence for having his cell phone destroyed by an assistant. this morning brady's agent is firing back giving the quarterback's side of the story. >> tom didn't do anything wrong.
nobody on the patriots did anything wrong. >> reporter: tom brady's agent says brady was completely transparent with commissioner go goodell during the appeal. >> tom has appeared for multiple hours of testimony answering many questions without objections. >> reporter: yee also denied there was anything unusual for brady ordering his phone to be destroy. >> tom has a custom and practice of deleting all e-mails and texts from his phone. and he also cycles through a lot of phones. he does this as a privacy safeguard. >> reporter: yee says the nfl's investigation concluding the air pressure of the footballs had been tampered with with what he calls jnk science and the focus on brady's cell phone is an effort to divert effort against that. >> they have taken apart their science and shown it is not trustworthy. >> reporter: as a news conference yesterday, patriots
owner robert kraft called the decision to uphold the four-game suspension against brady unfathomable. >> i was wrong to put my faith in the league. it's completely incomprehensible to me that the league continues to take steps to disparage one of its all-time great players. >> reporter: while patriots brass is siding with brady, not everyone in boston is on team brady. >> i think they did it. >> reporter: dan shaughnessy is a sports columnist with "the boston globe." his latest article called them cheaters. >> i don't think it's been a good path. they've been beaten on this at every turn. i don't think it's a good strategy moving forward. >> reporter: one question now is whether the players union can successfully get an injunction against the league to put brady on the field for the first game. gayle? >> anna, thank you. to be continued for sure.
relation stones' managing editor is leaving months after apologizing for a story about an alleged gang rape at the university of virginia. he tells "the new york times" it is time to move on. dana and other staffers were allowed to stay after the magazine admitted the article was wrong. three members of a fraternity names in the story sued rolling stone and its publisher of the article yesterday. the men faced vicious attacks after a woman claimed she was raped in their fratern irt house. the jury heard emotional testimony wednesday from the mother of james holmes. arlene holmes described a call from a psychiatrist treating her son the month before the massacre. dr. lynn fenton never said her son talked about killing people. >> we wouldn't be sitting here if she had told me that's. >> would you have been out here the next day? >> i would have been crawling on
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amateur video shows a crowd violently attacking uber cars in san francisco city. they smashed the windows and through eggs ataway. a dozen cars tried to get away. there has to be a better way to say uber go home. >> nobody was seriously hurt. welcome back to "cbs this morning." another illegal immigrant faces murder charges in the u.s. police in ohio say they stopped them weeks before the killing but they were told to let him go. we'll show you the controversy
over crime and illegal immigration. plus protesters swarm a minnesota dentist's office. they want him to face charges for killing a beloved lion in africa. that story's ahead. time to show you this morning's headlines. "usa today" reports on the struggle to defeat isis because of its ability to attract new recrowds. since august 2014, 5,500 air strikes has killed 15,000 but they've recruited enough new fighters to replace them. the former secretary of state will be questioned october 22nd by a house kmiet kmit tee. four americans were killed in the attacks. clinton will also testify about her use of a private e-mail account while she was secretary of state. "the philadelphia inquirer" report on charges.
officials were notified of his undocumented status, there was nothing they could do. he was ordered held 107b million bond tuesday after he allegedly confessed to three crimes, murder, attempted murder, and attempted rape of a teenager. >> he's given a full confession, is that correct? >> yes, sir. >> at the hearing he couldn't appear with a birth certificate. he pled guilty. >> do you have a birth certificate? >> yes. >> where is it. >> translator: in mexico. >> the municipal court judge responded. we don't know who he is, why he's in this country, why he's here illegally and why he committed a murder. >> reporter: this woman was found dead inside her home.
he shot the 40-year-old woman in the arm. he surrendered later after a tense stand-off. police questioned him after they acted suspiciously. they contacted border protection that night about his. >> there was no detainer forthcoming. >> reporter: the department of homeland security told cbs news following the completion of its criminal proceedings, i.c.e. plans to take custody and remove him from the united states. border patrol agents offered to meet with the deputies on sight. his arrest comes nearly a month nearly a month after the death of kate steinle. she was killed by an illegal mexican ill grant with a felony be brought to justice
for hunting the animal. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. since being linked to his death he's shuttered his office and gone into hide bug that still hasn't stopped people from holding angry demonstrations. the hunter now finds himself in the cross hairs. protesters descended on his office wednesday and developed their anger. >> these pearly whites will be
going elsewhere. >> he said a substantial number of calls has disrupted our business and our ability to see our patients. earlier this month palmer lured cecil out of a protective reserve and then shot and beheaded and skinned the lion. it's now drawn the interest of the justice department. they said we are currently gathered facting about the issue and will assist zimbabwe officials in whatever manner. >> right now lions are the ornlt ones not protected. >> reporter: hunting and poaching are a big reason why the lion population has dropped 60% over the last three decades. there are only about 32,000 lions left in the wild. >> american poachers are responsible for half of the lions killed every year.
on average there are about 450 killed by american citizens out of 600 killed globally. palmer said he was told by local guides his hunt was legal. but many protesters were still appalled. >> if you're going to do something like that, be a man and gout out where there can be more revenge against you. >> reporter: while zimbabwe has had an extradition treaty in place, there are no plans. >> thank you, ashley. the more you hear the story, it's more upsetting. >> this story line has such a global outrage. >> it really does. doesn't he look like the lion you see in the book.
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held a selfie camera. it's 890 feet high. >> they should have been playing the music. ♪ i think i'm crazy >> yes, it does. it makes you crazy. you two look at that and go, that looks like an adventure. >> i don't know. i wouldn't do that. >> me neither. cuckoo for cocoa puffs. more on the wreckage of flight 370. nasa is on a mission of its own involving small plane crashes. they want to include the tiny transmitters designed to alert satellites within seconds of accidents.
aiming to improve hopes to get that help here faster. a trip to the moon it's not but nasa believes this 100-foot flight will one day save lives. >> how severe was that? >> this iscy veer. >> reporter: researchers look to build a better emergency locater transmitter. known as an e.l.t., it's essentially a homing system designed to quickly lead rescuers to a crash site, but first it has to survive impact. >> what it will be exposed to, where it will be installed, how it's installed compared to the others r to do that researchers will use sensors to capture
crash data as well as multiple cameras on the ground and inside the plane to discover how the pieces inside the aircraft hold up. nasa says its landing and research facility is the only place in the world who can do these types of crashes. since 1972 it's been used to crash test spacecraft, hospitals and planes hoping what comes crashes down will keep others sky-high or at least get them help. >> the importance is your life, so if these work and you are in dire straights, we want to get the rescue services there as quickly as possible. >> reporter: the final test is soon and they hope to make a
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good morning. significant delays this morning along 880 as you work your way northbound in oakland. we are backed up mostly almost to hayward at this point. extra busy this morning. we do have the funeral procession starting around 8457 for sergeant lunger so things may be busier there later on, as well. on-ramp state 880 is closed between hayward and oracle. southbound 680 sluggish as you approach 24. good morning, everybody. let's go ahead and take a look at our live weather camera featuring san jose at this particular time. have some low clouds and fog that's worked its way over across the santa cruz mountains. otherwise, blue skies above it. temperatures in the 60s. hey, good morning, livermore! 67 degrees after realizing a high of 107 yesterday. 60s at the coast, 90s inland. ,,
♪ ,, good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, july 30th, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there's more real news ahead including the unconventional presidential campaign of bernie sanders. new evidence that a lot of little gatherings can add up to one massive crowd. but first, here's a look at today's "eye opener at 8:00." >> this significant development but it is too soon to know whether it is a piece of flight mh370. >> when the part was manufactured, a unique number should have been affixed to it. one way of confirming whether or not it was on that airplane. who broke down and wept when he heard of the indictment yesterday is pleading not guilty. >> new fast-moving wildfires in
the west are forcing hundreds of people to evacuate. the flames destroyed several buildings in northern california. roger goodell accused tom brady of attempting to conceal evidence for having his cell phone destroyed by an assistant. >> tom didn't do anything wrong. nobody on the patriots did anything wrong. being linked to cecil's death, dr. walter palmer has shuttered his office and gone into hiding. the technology nasa working to improve would bring that help much faster. >> i've got this covered. don't you worry. i'm taking in quite a lot of soot. >> does he not know what he's doing? >> get them up here. >> your hands are like baby hands. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. a piece of plane debris that may be from malaysia airlines flight 370 is headed to france this morning to be examined.
the chunk was found on the french island off the coast of africa. investigators are fairly certain it comes from a boeing 777. >> it is the same model that disappeared over the indian ocean months ago. one official calls this discovery a major lead. if the debris is from flight 370, it might help explain what went wrong on the aircraft. a university of cincinnati police officer appeared in court this morning to face a murder charge in the death of an unarmed black man. officer raymond tensey pleaded not guilty at his arraignment today. prosecutors say he shot and killed sam dubose during a traffic stop on july 19th. >> i'm asking you a direct question. do you have your license on you? >> i thought i did. i haven't seen a -- what did you pull me over for? >> again, the front tag. >> tensing asked him to step out of his car, but he did not. then the officer fired a single shot. tensing says the car dragged him
and he shot in self-defense, but the prosecutor claims it was murder. >> i've been doing this for over 30 years. this is the most asinine act i've ever seen a police officer make. this might happen in afghanistan or somewhere. this just does not happen in the united states. people don't get shot for a traffic stop. when you see this, you will not believe how quickly he pulls his gun and shoots him in the head. i'm treating him like a murderer. >> he faces life in prison if convicted. democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders is showing us again this morning that his campaign is different. the vermont senator could not leave washington, so he streamed a speech to thousands of small gatherings around the country. nancy cordes is in washington where she talked with sanders after last night's big gathering. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you know the campaign is billing this as the largest event for any candidate so far this season.
about 105,000 people rsvp'ed partly to hear sanders speak but more importantly to get their marching orders. >> tonight really is an historical night. >> reporter: sanders was beamed from a living room in southwest d.c. to as many as 3500 other parties. allentown, pennsylvania, new orleans, lakewood, ohio, arlington, massachusetts, los angeles. >> talk to your brothers and your sisters, your coworkers, your family members, bring them into the movement. >> reporter: senator sanders has big crowds but a small budget. the crusader for income equality and a $15 an hour minimum wage raised $15 million last quarter, compared to hillary clinton's $45 million. his skeleton staff was struggling to convert the energy at his events into an army of nationwide volunteers.
last night they deputized the volunteers to organize themselves. >> if you want to be a coordinator, we will give you how-to guides, support, training and materials so you won't be on your own. >> excited to be here. >> oh, good. we're glad you're here. >> reporter: at a beer hall in brooklyn, 150 supporters watched on a projection screen. >> yeah! >> reporter: engineer axel jensen got the message. >> i'm planning on doing whatever i can to get him elected. it's however possible that is. >> reporter: sanders himself spoke from a packed two-bedroom apartment where the kitchen sink served as a cooler and the host made drinks in the hallway. >> the drinks' name is bernie's cocktail. >> reporter: as in bernie sanders? >> uh-huh. >> it kind of feels like a little bit of grass roots. >> reporter: an atypical campaign event fit for an atypical candidate. do you think that this can narrow the gap between you and some of your more well-funded opponents? >> yes, yes.
i mean, at the end of the day, they will have more money to put more tv ads than we will, that's true. but if we can assemble and get 100 -- hundreds of thousands of people out on the streets, you know what, we will win. >> reporter: sanders has been gaining ground, trailing clinton by just ten points in new hampshire. but to get his supporters to the polls, he'll need a fleet of operatives. his campaign says more than 34,000 people signed up to volunteer just last night. >> all right. thank you, nancy. seems like a kind of genius way to reach people. >> absolutely. yeah. >> certainly got the enthusiasm. your car insurance bill could be hiding some secrets as there's new research out how everything from your spending habits to even your attitude ca, th
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♪ now, auto insurance companies claim they can save you money, but consumer reports is pushing back. this morning in a new article "the truth about car insurance." the magazine, quote, embarked on a comprehensive project spanning two years in which we analyzed more than 2 billion car insurance price quotes from more than 700 companies. that's a lot. first on "cbs this morning," margot gillman of consumer reports is here with the findings. good morning. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> i think people are going to feel differently about their insurance companies, but let's get started. because most people think it all fends on my driving record. i've got a good record, i'll get good rates. >> our study has a lot of
surprises. the main one is that there is a complete lack of transparency in how car insurance is priced. imagine going to the store to buy a loaf of bread and having no idea that $3 is a good deal and $10 is outrageous. well, that's exactly how it is with car insurance. i bet if you would ask most people if they think -- most people wouldn't know if their insurance price is fair or outrageous. and that's because the insurance have a very complex way of pricing you. and more and more it has to do with factors like your credit score and how you shop and less to do with how you drive, whether you're a safe and careful driver. >> let's go into that. how is it that your credit score is more important than your driving record in determining how much you pay? >> insurers say that credit scores predict not how many accidents you might have because a credit score can't do that, but what is the likelihood that you're going to make a claim. it's important to understand that the credit score that they use is not the fico score that most consumers are familiar with
and know the number of. it's a secret sauce special score that they cook up on their own. what they do is they go into your credit report and they cherry pick 30 out of about 130 elements. and, you know, weight them differently to predict to them whether you are a good, poor or excellent credit risk. >> so talk about your credit score and drunk driving conviction. >> right. one of the things we found tock you have a poor credit score but pristine driving record, you can be charged hundreds and hundreds of dollars more than a person who has an excellent credit score but a drunk driving conviction. >> makes no sense. >> so they're trying to determine whether you're litigious or not in the end. >> yeah. whether you go and use your insurance for the purpose you bought it. >> did they respond to this at all? >> we did not get comments. we talked about credit score -- some insurance companies do. they make arguments that credit score is a fair predictor of risk. >> state farm insurance sent us the following statement.
they said this. our use of a credit score helps us measure auto insurance risk more precisely. so they acknowledge that they do it. what about data you collected from every zip code? >> well, we have -- this study was massive. so we looked at every insurance company, the five biggest insurance companies in each state by zip code. so we had -- we have 2.2 billion price quotes that we looked at and worked the statisticians and we have very high evidence that it's accurate. insurance is a pricey proposition, and so insurers very frequently try to sell you on the idea that you could get a discount. loyalty discount, discounts for putting in anti-theft devices. but we actually figured out a way to crunch the numbers and see what those discounts are. and they are often really negligible. you'll save more money by switching insurers. >> let me understand this. with credit ratings important because they determine whether
you're likely to sue them or something else? >> it's important the insurers say because they are predictive of whether you're going to file a claim. not whether you're going to have an accident. so, i mean, i think, you know, you can assume that somebody who perhaps is more well-to-do might pay for an accident out of pocket rather than going to the insurance company. with the claim. >> margot, thank you. you offer great advice about how people can find better prices on car insurance. thank you so much. all right. your morning workout could be in for a real wake-up call. >> i'm ben tracy in west hollywood, california. when it comes to group fitness classes, what's old is new again. we're going to show you how some small gyms around the country are reinventing what it takes to get your heart racing. coming up on "cbs this morning." rate pumping. that's coming up on "cbs this morning." flonase allergy relief nasal spray outperforms the #1 non-drowsy allergy pill. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance,
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i think horses are so industry. jim rats are often focused a single machine. ben tracy looks at the fierce competition. >> are you guys ready? hit it. >> reporter: this is one of the hardest work outmachines. it's a moo clean you haven't seen since the 1980s. the versa climber. >> it's been collecting dust and people don't know what it is anymore and it's very intimidating and very tough. >> reporter: he's the own ore a
boutique in lax. i can tell you from experience that, yes, it's hard. >> we're going 30 minutes hard and we're burning major calories. >> is it a tough sell for new people to say, hey, you're really going to like this? >> it is until people get going. most people haven't been on a versa climber. >> he's yuds the machine for years to train bradley cooper, matt day man, jessica biel, amy adams. hilary duff was there the day we were visiting the class. why not. it's what made the russian guy in "rocky iv" scary. what's old is new again in all fitness classes. if you like to run, there's treadmill class. you can row with a row of other people and even jump start your
heart in a trampoline class. that's double what it was just a year ago, while the average regular gym membership is about $57 a month. just one class can run 25 to 40 bucks. fitness fans pay up because they like the group experience and a health club that looks and sounds more like a nightclub. >> would you do this in your basement by yourself? >> no. it's much more fun with a teacher and lots of people around you, the darkened room, the good music. >> reporter: there's also technology which is putting a new spin on indoor cycling in studios such as fly wheel. she said the tech pack on each bike allow use to no know your precise speed and distance. it can be shown on score.
>> you can use it to compete with others or with yourself. you can know more and more what you're doing. >> reporter: that's drawing men into classes that were predominantly owned by women. >> reporter: he said i'd never imagined i would be on the stage. >> i'm good with whistles and order everything people. >> you've about gone full on madonna? >> kind of embarrassing but i'm embracing it. >> reporter: and trying to climb to the top. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> which one do you do? i much more enjoy working out with someone else or another person. it's motivated. >> it's the music, the room. >> my aboy jl is not to be seen
in public in lycra. a good morning. it's 8:25. i'm maria medina. the funeral procession for hayward state police sergeant lunger is under way. the hayward police officer was shot and killed during a traffic stop earlier this month. the procession started at the chapel of the chimes in hayward and ends at oracle arena. the public service for sergeant lunger is expected to start around 10:00. a wildfire in lake county has grown to 3,000 acres. the fire is burning on the east side of the town of lower lake near morgan hill and rocky creek. 500 people were ordered to evacuate. we'll have traffic and wea,,
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good morning from the traffic center. 880 northbound is completely shut down between hayward and oracle for sergeant lunger's funeral procession. you can see in our live shot there a line of flashing lights as they move northbound out of hayward through oakland. all the on-ramps to the 80 are completely shut down. so use alternates instead. if you plan to head to oracle arena for the memorial service, bart footbridge will be open that connects the coliseum station to the coliseum and oracle there. and again as you can see in our live shot there is a line of police vehicles headed northbound 880 right now. so again northbound 880 completely shut down between
hayward and oracle arena due to the funeral procession. elsewhere right now, we have some very light traffic conditions on the bay bridge right now metering lights are on but no traffic really very quiet there. looking at the golden gate bridge no delays as you work your way out of marin county into san francisco. roberta? >> good morning, everybody. we do have overcast skies over the city of san francisco and over the bay bridge, as well. that's the return of the marine layer. let's take a look at the current conditions out the door. we are in the 60s. good morning, livermore at 67 degrees. that is down from yesterday at 107 degrees. today it will be cooler but it will be muggy. nearly 70 in pacifica, 70s line the bay, 80s around the peninsula to the low and mid- 90s inland areas. winds rotate northeast to the southwest five to 15 miles per hour. we have a chance of thunderstorms beginning tomorrow afternoon through the evening hours. seasonal weather returns to the bay area over the weekend. ,,
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but her dadding he's faef snook the relationship has been really nice to watch. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, a progolfer's personal anguish will show you the emotional feel for him to find his missing dad and why staying on the links is the best way to bring him home. plus, dancing with danger, we go back to dangers of stretching limits with art. that is ahead. right now it's time to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. after a pricing scandal. investigators found the high end chain overcharged customers by mislaborling the weights of packages foods. sales rose just 3%. that's the weakest growth since 2009. trevor noah will change "the daily show" when he replaces jon stewart. he'll be focusing less on fox news because there are so many choices for news.
amok them buzzer and he'll take a different approach to his stories because of his background. >> i think we ought to send him over some tapes. the paper center is planning a big comeback in our increasingly digital world. paper and packaging manufacturers launched a multi-million-dollar campaign. in one ad a boy writes letters to his father in the military and sends it in the form of an airport. it's reminding us that paper can support us in a personal way. 12-year-old matthew florore asked for leftover junk mail to read. he cow not afford books. the mailman asked for go nations on facebook and people sent
books. he's super happy and plans to read every one of them. that's great story. london's guardian looks at a passenger lawsuit against an airline. the man claims he suffered a back injury during the flight from australia to dubai. he says the overweight man's size forced him to contort his body for many hour. and london's independent report reports on a giant panda's fake pregnancpregnancy. it was artificially impregnated back in march and started showing signs. the panda was not pregnant. they believe it was to get air conditioning and food. she's a smart panda. >> she sure is. this morning police are searching for a progolfer who v. his son is turning to the public
for help. we're here with his emotional appeal. good morning. >> good morning. in the midst of a family crisis. billy hurley is already competing on the golf course. he's desperately hoping his attention will bring home his missing father. >> i'm really coming to you guys and asking for help. >> reporter: fighting back materials and emotionally distraught billy hurley addressed the media about the disappearance of his father, retired virginia police officer will ard junior. >> nine days ago my dad took clothes and cash and got in his truck and drove away. he stated adamantly his dad has no history of no illness. to guess why he left would be complete speculation. >> he's been married to my mom for 30-plus years.
you know, they still live in the house that i grew up in. >> the 61-year-old was last seen leaving the family's leesburg home on july 19th driving a dark green 1998 ford f-150 pickup truck. police were able to last track hurley to texas arcana, texas, where he purchased a hotel room for one night on july 23rd. hurley isn't a household name but he still raked in over $2 million. despite the family crisis he hopes the refusal to withdraw from this week's message he hopes to deliver a message. >> maybe he goes on yooin to check my score and sees this and understands that, dad, we love you, and we want you to come ho
home. >> billy hurley is still searching for his first professional victory but this week they're praying to find somebody much more valuable. >> i'll say. putting out the story can help. >> his whole family cares about him. >> that's right. thank you, mireya. >> there are two types, the one with the lampshade on the head or the one sitting in the corner but did you know there is a middle ground? there is. they're called eed ambiverts. we look at the impact. she joins us at the table to explain. so let's talk about ambiverts, introverts and extroverts. break it down. >> what it is.
the definition of an introvert and extrovert is w.h.o. someone who's anyoner jazzed. the ambivert is in the middle. they like to be with people, they're friendly. but they need time alone as well. >> what are the benefits in. >> you can switch hats. you can -- you're betting said gayle extroverted. >> here are some of the
questions. one of the questions. i start conversations with people i don't know. that would be an extrovert. >> i do. i strongly agree. >> you stop people on the street. >> you do. >> i said neutral on that because i don't usually start conversations with people i don't know. >> what are you, norah? >> i was an extrovert. >> another question i am the life of the party. charlie, how did you answer that? >> i assume i said i agree. >> gayle? >> i side sade neutral. >> but you always are the life of the party. >> huh. >> make sure we understand. >> it's how you score on the whole party. >> life of the party doesn't mean hey, look at me. it's not at that me. it's just that people find you there interesting and like to talk to you. >> one of the other questions, when i'm around people for a
long time, my energy fades. >> that's definitely int introversion and i want others to pay attention to me. >> extrovert. >> i don't think you can be on air and tv news -- i don't think you can be an introvert and be on news. what are good jobs for am by verts? >> teaching professions. people who need to talk and change it up. you're probably very good at relationships and parentsing. you can react to your child. >> by the definition ambivert can be either. and you can be an extrovert. >> go ahead. >> that is an attractive thick
to be. ambivert. >> does your personality change over time. >> it's pretty set. as soon as you start to see personality in babies and toddler, that's where it shows up. >> i know what grace is. >> grace is norah's daughter. what is she? >> i think she's an extrovert with a capital "e." there's a dance that's not for the faint of heart. up next,
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he was all worn out. result? dancers that look like demolition derbies. it is unlike any performance you will ever see. part dance, part gymnastics, part acrobatic. when elizabeth choreographed the show dancers become daredevils. >> drama in action is really only after you amp it up. >> they have plenty of am ping and plenty of zree. ja jacky carlson. >> we used to have a healthy amount of fear and to look that fear in face and go for it. >> she's being flying, falling
-- >> in terming of physicality, what are you looking for? >> the bigger the better. i love zbik people. they're still being told to lose weight and be skinny and it's a tragedy so i think it's more exciting to see a larger person. they have more power. ire more interesting. >> she used to put her own body in the crosshairs for the sake of her art. that's her in 1985 in a piece she called little eve. now at 65 she can no longer take this physical punishment. >> when i first saw this, i thought, that likes like it hurts. >> to the normal pedestrian, you would call it pain. we don't use pain. it's another rather interesting
form. >> there was only one serious injury. one broke her back in 2007. her critic claims what she does can't be seniored dance. >> you're a hair tick. >> i've felt that at times. >> what is it you are trying to discover about movement? >> it's figuring out how to set up a condition whereby you discover moves no one has every thought to do. >> have you come close? >> no. i have not. >> but she keeps trying. this strength troop performs up to 60 shows a europe, their most spectacular show to date was in london in 20012.
therefore strep and two dozen walked down a wall. and they performed from the largest ferris wheel t london eye. >> there are people who watch this and they they're crazy. they're nuts. >> i would agree with them. really, i think it was too much to ask people to do and it was hor fighting. but that's what e want that i think not everybody has the same relationship to pain as you do or the danger. >> don't you think by the end of your life you should have used up your body? by the last part of your life, you've pretty much wrecked your body. the pain is just a modus apr
operandi. >> she does not choreograph to music. she says it's the enemy of dance. >> that story is also mind bending. it shows you how to use your body. >> she has constricted things that defies physics. >> i love this idea that by the end of your life, you should have used it up. >> used up ef last straw. >> that's what obsessing is the body you can do. >> that's leak someone who said he hopes his last check bounces. >> or as one frien,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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. this is a kpix 5 morning update. >> it is 8:55. at the top of the news, the funeral procession is underway for police sergeant so. here is is a live look at the procession in hayward. tsar jent was shot and killed during traffic stop on july 22nd. dianne asked the community to attend the service to honor him and help support his family. the procession will end in oakland where the public service will be held. live coverage on the service starts at 10:00 this morning. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,
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. >> good morning from the traffic center we continue to keep our eye on 880. you can see northbound is still really jammed as you work your way past the coliseum. at one point everything was closed but the ramp has been opened. had is for the funeral procession f.you're headed there expect delays south bound as well on 880.
bart, the footbridge, is open from the coliseum station to oracle. expect the busy conditions to last for a bit. the bay bridge is absolutely quiet. things are clear. >> good morning everybody. according to our live weather cam remark we have some cumulus clouds and they run in advancement of thunderstorm activity. that's what we are in the forecast, at least a chance of thunderstorms on friday. we're at 71-degrees in livermore at yesterday's high of 107. today it's cooler everywhere but muggy conditions associated with the tropical moisture to the south of us. 70 at the beachs today and mid 90 in the inland areas. you have the chance of thunderstorm activity and turning seasonal over the weekend. ,,,,,,,,
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