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michelle, you made a? we leave you with the reason why you have been gone good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, september 7th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." presidential candidates hit the ground running this labor day. a key battleground state shows bernie sanders surging past hillary clinton. the minnesota dentist accused of killing cecil the lion opens up in his first interview since the hunt. and new fallout from a violent pillow fight at west point that left army cadets bloody. >> but we begin with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> i think the secretary's people are getting very nervous about the kind of energy and enthusiasm my campaign is bricking forth.
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>> bernie sanders on the rise. >> sanders gaining in the hawkeye state and he's pulled ahead in new hampshire. >> it's going to be a fight, make no mistake about it. >> pope francis calling on catholics to take in refugees, saying every catholic in europe should shelter a family. a las vegas officer is recovering after an ambush-style attack. >> a second officer was able to chase and arrest the guy. >> the kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples appealing a judge's order that landed her behind bars. >> what we've seen here is an overreach of the judiciary. >> a high school football referee in texas leveled from behind. another player dives on top. both players suspended from the team. tom brady addressed the media for the first time since his suspension was overturned. >> i have to focus on what my job is and what i have to do to help our team win. >> a kayaker recovering from a shark attack. >> he was like oh, dude, i just got bit. i was like all right, i'll call the ambulance. >> a fire ball bright enough to
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be seen in daylight streaked over downtown bangkok. >> all that -- >> we've got a squirrel. >> oh, wow. could be rabid. >> that's the most this crowd has cheered all match. >> will ferrell -- >> receiving a plaque from the baseball hall of fame. >> way to go, ron burgandy. >> hello, san diego. >> and all that matters -- >> it is very difficult to lead if you don't have the requisite knowledge. >> i'd rather have a president who was tough and puts america first than could win a game of trivial pursuit. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> last play of the game. got time, loads up. the ball is in the air and drops at the goal line. he caught it for a touchdown! he got it, he got it, he got it! touchdown nick matthews! the memorial miracle! >> this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this
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morning." i'm vinita nair here with don dahler. many of the presidential candidates will be hard at work on this labor day. one of them, hillary clinton, is under new pressure this morning. >> a new poll shows the democratic front runner is now trailing bernie sanders by a wide margin in the key state of new hampshire. nancy cordes is in manchester, new hampshire, watching several candidates who are visiting the first primary state. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, we counted and six of them will be here in new hampshire today, four republicans, two democrats, including vermont senator bernie sanders, who is attending an afl-cio breakfast, fittingly enough, on this labor day here at the greek orthodox church. he is also celebrating some fairly stunning new poll numbers here in the granite state. >> i am asking you to be part of a political revolution. >> reporter: the latest new hampshire poll finds sanders pulling away from hillary clinton. 49% to her 38%.
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just two months ago, she was leading sanders by 13 points in a state she won against barack obama in 2008. in a statement, the sanders campaign said the most voters get to know bernie, the better they like him. >> you know ups helped build the middle class. >> reporter: but clinton didn't say a word about sanders this weekend, training her fire instead on republican front runner donald trump, in iowa on sunday. >> this is just the kind of political rhetoric that doesn't belong in our election. >> reporter: and new hampshire on saturday. >> i do find a lot of what he says pretty ridiculous. for example, he recently said i don't have a clue about women's health issues. really? >> reporter: trump hit back on twitter writing hillary said such nasty things about me, read direct low off her teleprompter, but there was no emotion, no truth. trump supporters seemed unfazed
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by his foreign policy stumbles on a popular conservative radio talk show. >> as far as the individual players, of course i don't know them, i've never met them. >> reporter: nearly 30% of republicans in iowa and new hampshire now say they favor the brash billionaire. his strongest poll numbers yet. and in a hypothetical general election matchup, he beats clinton in iowa by five points. trump's rise has come at the expense of career politicians, like wisconsin governor scott walker, who led the gop field in iowa earlier this summer, but whose support has since shrunk from 19% to 5%. >> there are going to be ups and downs in polling along the way, but our key is to stay true to who we are. >> reporter: he'll be here in new hampshire today. vice president joe biden, who is still mulling a bid, will be marching in a parade this morning in pittsburgh with labor leader richard trumka who had glowing things to say about him last week and that's not insignificant. labor unions gave $61 million to the democratic party back in
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2012 and if biden does decide to jump in, he'll need to raise a lot of money very quickly. >> nancy, thank you. cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson is here with us. good morning, john. >> good morning. >> appear early gift for bernie sanders in that he turns 74 tomorrow and he's got a surge. what do you think is behind it? >> one, he's hot with democratic voters in the democratic base. when you look at the polling, they like him. in other words, they're not fleeing from hillary clinton. there's another thing, which is that hillary clinton's message has been obscured by questions about her e-mail server and other things so she's not given the opportunity to go out and make the big case for hillary clinton, so voters are not hearing that. so it's kind of a dual thing there. >> we've talked about this before but the question still fascinates me. is america ready for a self-avowed socialist president? >> well, probably not when you look at the polls right now. i think what you're seeing right now in the democratic party, and
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you're seeing a version of this in the republican party, though it is quite different, is that this is the enthusiasm stage and they are enthusiastic about bernie sanders. and it's not so much just about what he believes, though there are people who love that. but it's that he has believed it for a long time and he is candid about it and proud of it and it comes across when he speaks. and people are so starved for an authentic, real sentence from a politician that it is like a cool drink of water to hear somebody, whether it's bernie sanders or anyone else, who says something they passionately believe and have for their whole life articulated without really any care about the risk it may cause them. >> the season of the anti-candidate, perhaps? >> the season of either the anti-candidate or just the candidate that comes across as authentic. bernie sanders has been a politician for a long time so that is not hurting him, because he's got the sense of authenticity. i think on the republican side you can see a similar thing happening with ted cruz. he is a senator, after all.
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but when people hear him, they think i'm hearing a real thing from him and so i'm not going to discount the fact that he's a politician, which we don't like right now. >> all right, john dickerson, thank you so much. this morning pope francis is calling on all catholic institutions in europe to take in refugees. hundreds of thousands of migrants are flooding across the region's borders. the pope announced the vatican will shelter some of those refugees. he says everyone is called to help people who are fleeing death and conflict and hunger and are on a journey of hope. more european countries are opening their doors to migrants. this morning france is preparing to welcome 24,000 refugees. president francois hollande is working with germany to distribute refugees across europe. charlie d'agata is in munich where many migrants ended their journey after escaping from syria and other war-torn countries. charlie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is the place where the migrants arrive before they board buses to be registered in other parts of germany. and germans say 20,000 arrived
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over the weekend. they're expecting another 2500 today. they arrived to applause at the end of their long and dangerous journey and the start of a new life. considering what they have been through, some didn't quite know what to make of it, but for others, the sense of relief was written all over their faces. the train ride over from austria looked like a giant migrant sumler party. the exhaustion from weeks of sleeping on roadsides and refugee camps and train stations set in. but they perked up as we got closer to munich. mohammed zuhar told us he'd take any job on offer for now. >> we're looking for good life for our children, we want work. we don't want to come here only to ask to help us with money. no, we come here to help ourself. >> reporter: but the sheer volume of migrants pouring into
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austria and germany from neighborng hungary has taken both countries by surprise. austria said it planned to end the emergency measures allowing thousands of refugees to cross over from hungary. a senior official here in germany said the race to find places for migrants was already pushing against their limits. and yet at refugee camps in hungary this morning, more migrants waited to board buses out of the country, fearful germany's open door will be shut and they'll be turned away. where do you put 20,000 migrants? anywhere you can. school gymnasiums, even the city's fair ground. german officials say that some training is under way. they're taking german lessons and learning vocational skills. don? >> charlie d'agata in munich, thank you. new video shows the iraqi military using f-16 fighter jets for the first time to attack isis targets. iraq recently bought 36 of the jets from the u.s. at least 15 strikes have been
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carried out so far. this morning for the first time we are hearing from the minnesota dentist who killed cecil, the lion in zimbabwe. walter palmer spoke in an interview with the associated press and "minneapolis star tribune." he said, quote, if i had known this lion had a name and was important, i wouldn't have taken it. but he defended the hunt, saying he did nothing illegal. he also addressed threats directed toward his family saying this has been especially hard on my wife and daughter. i don't understand that level of humanity to come after people not involved at all. palmer has remained out of sight since the hunt of cecil in july. it sparked protests outside his home and dental office. he plans to return to work tomorrow. he declined to answer questions about calls from zimbabwe for his extradition. there is a new effort to free a defiant kentucky court clerk from jail. kim davis is starting her fifth day behind bars today. a judge sent her to jail after she refused to follow the supreme court's ruling on same-sex marriage.
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jericka duncan is at the detention center in kentucky. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. kim davis has been reading the bible to pass the time, that's according to her attorneys. she's been behind bars since last thursday, but this morning her legal team is hopeful that she won't have to stay here much longer. as kim davis spends another day in isolation, her lawyers are scrambling to get her out. in court documents filed sunday. the attorneys appealed last week's contempt order that landed the county clerk in jail. roger gannam represents davis. >> getting her out of jail is a priority for us because she doesn't belong there. she's a prisoner of conscience. >> free kim davis. >> reporter: over the weekend, hundreds gathered in 90-degree heat to voice their support for the rowan county clerk, including her husband, joe. >> i talked to her on the phone. she's in great spirits. we was joking, laughing, cutting up. she said, honey, i'm just as
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comfortable as can be. >> reporter: and at churches in morehead, kim davis was on the minds of the faithful. >> pray for kim davis. >> reporter: sherman chambers and his wife, vernice, are planning to do more than just pray. >> i will support her in any way she needs support. money or i'd even go with jail with her. >> i want to do the things that must be done -- >> reporter: republican presidential candidate mike huckabee also came to davis' defense, and plans to meet with her on tuesday. >> when is it that liberals get to choose which laws they support but a county clerk in kentucky who acting on her christian faith is criminalized, jailed without bail because she acted on her conscience and according to the only law that is in front of her. >> reporter: still, gop presidential hopeful john kasich believes the county clerk should follow the court order. >> i respect the fact that this lady doesn't agree, but she's also a government employee. she's not running a church.
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>> reporter: to mark one week at this detention center, organizers who held this past weekend's rally are calling on davis backers to fast on thursday. >> thanks. thousands are gathering to remember the life of illinois police lieutenant joe gliniewicz. police say they have new evidence that could help identify his killers. david begnaud is in illinois where the funeral will take place today. >> reporter: good morning. a short time ago the hearse arrived here. it was raining when the hearse pulled up. it's worth noting that one of the pall bearers was a son of lieutenant gliniewicz. he helped to lead his father's casket inside the school where the funeral will happen later today, as the investigation into who killed the lieutenant continues. evidence technicians were back at the crime scene over the weekend and detectives were canvassing neighborhoods, all in an effort to track down three
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suspects wanted in the killing of lieutenant joe gliniewicz. >> they were just going door to door with a picture of an african-american asking if anybody knew about his whereabouts. >> we have images of people that we believe are subjects that we'd be interested in talking to. >> reporter: the task force is reviewing what they say is a substantial amount of video which could help crack the case. >> we've now coordinated with the fbi, who have the ability to chronologically put together these video segments that we have collected from a number of areas within the community. i think we're optimistic about all of these videos right now. >> reporter: gliniewicz was on patrol last tuesday when he radioed for backup while in pursuit of three men that he said were acting suspiciously. the 30-year veteran of the fox lake police department followed the men into a swampy area and was found shot, laying 50 yards from his squad car. >> we're putting out ribbons for the boys in blue to show our support. >> reporter: people who live in the nearby community of antioch
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had been preparing to host officer gliniewicz' final good-b good-bye, hanging flags and draping their city in blue. >> they're loved, they're cared for, and what happened was a horrible thing. we hope it never happens again. >> reporter: the fbi has launched a website where people can submit tips and motorola is offering a $50,000 reward. meanwhile more than 2,000 police officers from as far away as florida and california are expected to attend the funeral today, for a man who leaves behind a wife and four children. >> all right, david, thank you. this morning a las vegas police officer is recovering from injuries after what authorities call an ambush. a man fired shots at two officers sitting in their patrol car at a traffic light yesterday. one was struck in the hand, the other officer chased the gunman and arrested him in a convenience store parking lot. the wounded officer is in good condition this morning. police in spain this morning are trying to learn why a race car lost control and killed seven spectators. video posted on twitter shows
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the moment the car swerved off the road and right into a crowd on saturday. at least one pregnant woman and a 13-year-old are among the dead. 11 others were hurt. >> that's terrifying. two high school football players in san antonio are sidelined this morning for totally unnecessary roughness. one of them plowed over an official during a game friday. the other rammed into the same ref with his helmet. the video has spread around the world. a school spokesman calls the incident extremely disturbing. omar sooe fravillafranca has de >> reporter: good morning. friday night football is serious here in texas. typically it's the players taking the hits, but this past friday, it was lights out for one of the referees. it was late in the game between san antonio's john jay high school and the mustangs when two
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players crash into this referee on the field. the first hit knocks the official to the ground while a second player dives head first onto his back. after the game the head coach reportedly apologized for his players' actions. the north side independent school district tells cbs news the two players have been suspended from the team and the district is promising a full investigation, saying northside will not tolerate this type of behavior. it does appear the athletes intentionally tackled the referee, but we have not confirmed it. john jay was riding high after winning its first game of the season the previous week. it's still unclear what provoked the players' actions on friday, although the district's athletic director points out that two other john jay players were ejected earlier in the game for an altercation with players from the opposing team. the district says tuesday morning it will start interviewing coaches, players and others at the game to learn more about the incident.
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cbs news has not confirmed the identity of the players or the referee, and it is still unclear if that official is going to pursue any legal charges against the players. >> omar, thank you. we've been hearing so much about concussions, now the referees may start to wear helmets too. coming up, a new drone scare at a major sporting event. a,, this portion of "cbs this
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the "late show" with stephen colbert. how he's this is the kpix morningup date. >> happy labor day. 7:26. i'm frank mallaco and here are some of the headlines we are following. a young man with bay area ties killed in a boating crash near catalina island. it happened yesterday in the morning. 26-year-old michael harris was the son of former 49ers ceo peter harris. officials say the deadly crash involved a dinghy and a boat. president obama will celebrate already by signing an executive order that will require paid sick leave for employees of federal contractors. workers will get a minimum of one hour of paid leave for every 30 hours and that is up to 7 days of paid leave per year. traffic and your forecast for the big ,,,,,,,, there.
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good morning from the kpix traffic center. an alert continues as you work towards staney avenue to 238 completely shut down. crews and cal tran are on the scene clearing power lines. and detoural 80 but the main lines are open. other than that it is holiday- like. a couple of cars crossing the golden gate bridge and it is easy ride at the bridge. good morning, our live weather camera, the bay alcatraz and angel island and visibility at this hour is unlimited. we got wall-to-wall sunshine from the beaches to our inland areas. 48 degrees in santa rosa and 58 in santa jose and hotter today than yesterday, flirting with 100 degrees in the fairfield area. 90s to the peninsula ,,,,,,,,
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first serena will have to take on her own sister. they'll face off tomorrow in the quarterfinals of the u.s. open. was looking to see what the score is. it's 8-5 in the majors. >> those girls from the real "straight outta compton." >> they're such athletes. new questions about a pop already west point tradition after it turned violent. more than two dozen cadets were hurt in massive pillow fight. we'll show you who what some report lid put in inside their pillow cases. plenty of flames and hardly any water. john blackstone gets the view from above as the chopper crews race to find help in the middle of the drought. that's ahead. >> reporter: it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines. it requires federal contractors to offer employees up to seven
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paid sick day as year. >> "the new york times" says the pentagon is revamping the program to battle isis in syria. the changes include dropping larger numbers of fighters into safer zones and providing better intelligence. many of the first greats were attacked in al qaeda. the day before two leaders were captured. "usa today" reports a major recall on cucumbers. andrew & williams andrew & williamson recalled them. the faith-based movie is about a marriage rescued by intense prayer. it earned more than $9 million on one of the slowest box office weekends of the year. that was slightly more than
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"straight outta compton." and the "los angeles times" reports on a missing wait. they hope the 80-foot whale will be spotted today so it can be cut loose. the first rescue attempt failed. the fishing line is dangerous. the researchers are saying one of the big difficulties is they don't know that much about this type of whale. >> there's only a few thousand left in the world, so it's really important to find him and cut him free. this morning commanders at the military academy at west point vow military measures. the pillow fight is meant to form camaraderie but some filled their pillows with more than just feathers. jim axelrod has more on the chaotic scene. good morning.
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>> good morning. they spent much of the summer completing cadet basic training. at the end of that grueling 6 1/2-week program freshmen sell brait unofficially with a massive pillow fight. the cadets streamed into the quad by the hundreds armed with pillows and let each other have it. as upper classmen looked up from above and cheered glow cheers rained down from above. according to "the new york times" some swung pillow cases containing helmets. 30 were injured 24rks had concussions, others suffered a broken nose, dislocated shoulder, and a hairline fracture of a cheekbone. >> this is a failure of leadership at a number of levels. >> he graduated from west point in 1972. >> there are traditions.
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on the other hand they're being train bod trained to be top officers. on social media many boasted about the convenient. one wrote my plebe was knocked unconscious. i was so proud, i could take place. >> this took place last year and this was from 2012. at this year's pillow fight they were encouraged to wear helmets but did not. they applaud the cadets' efforts to build team spirit. at a statement the superintendent added i take full responsibility for all actions that occurred here at west point. we'll continue the investigation, and reinforce with the corps that we must all
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take care of our teammates. >> this is an opportunity for the officer leadership too have a conversation with themselves and is this a extradition which is consistent with the values and objectives of this institution. >> west point says the concussions were minor but that medical staff was following up with the plebes. all have been returned to active duty. >> unbelievable story. jim, thank you. california's biggest wildfire is burning this morning east of fresno. a lightning strike set off a fire. crews facing rising temperatures today. the historic drought fueling california's fire season is now considered exceptional or extreme in more than 70% of the state. john blackstone looks at how firefighters are scrambling to keep up. >> reporter: flying over the
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parched hilled of southern california it's clear how four years of drought has taken its toll. >> normally at this time of the year, we'd be seeing green and wild flowers as far as we can see. but because of the drought, we're seeing brown dry fuel that has no moisture in it at all. >> reporter: orange county fire captain dave lopez poirjtss out hills where a small fire can quickly grow into an inferno. >> this is the kienl of terrain you're worrying about. >> this is exactly the type of terrain we're worried about. >> reporter: the landscape is so dry fires burn hotter and spread faster making an early attack from the air essential. but just as the drought has made the landscape flannmmable, it's dried up places where they go to for water. >> you don't have water. >> that's correct. our pilots and captains have to recon this area.
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you have to remember, turnaround time. how long it takes. every moment that increases is every minute that fire gets larger. >> reporter: we went up in training mission with the orange county fire authority. one reservoir, lake irvine, remains a reliable source for dips for water lots but the lake is 20 feet below capacity and likely to shrink further. others in the county are nearly empty or already dry. >> it just means we have to resort to ground fill or fly further away to find the water we need. >> in a dusty field they practiced a ground fill loading a ground crew from a fire truck. slower but perhaps this way the only way to drop fire on some fires. >> you think this is going to be the worst year you've about had coming up. >> yes. i think this is going to be the worst fire season we've seen yet and next year will probably be
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worse than that unless this drought breaks. >> in fast-moving fires they have another job as well, saving firefighters and civilians who are on danger. on a training mission we joined they need a civilian to rescue. that was me. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," john blackstone, california. >> i can't imagine looking for water day after day. >> and john blackstone in the middle of it all. more than 60,000
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police this morning are investigating a major drone crash. it crashed right before the wildcats home football opener. jeff pegues is in washington with the new scares that could put federal law to the test. jeff, good morning. >> good morning. the drone was being flown by a student who was in the parking lot during the pregame celebration. it's the latest incident involved unmanned aircraft operating over public venues and it once again races security concerns for the faa and police. amateur provide video show as small drone hovering over nearly 63,000 fans at a packed commonwealth stadium saturday moments after a parachutist landed on the field as part of the pregame celebration, the drone crashed near the suite level. no one was injured achlt
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university spokesperson said police were speaking to the student and had not yet announced chances. >> they had seen it in flight before the crash occur and they were able to talk and confront the owner about what had happened which was inappropriate and should not have been there and something bad could have happened. >> reporter: the drone was in the porking lot and near two busy hospital helicopter spots. on thursday a tennis match at the u.s. open was interrupted. >> early conjecture seems to be a drone has landed. >> when a drone crashed near some empty streets. >> it's a little scary out of nowhere a drone can crash into the stands a at sporting event. we're pretty lucky it was totally empty where it landed and nobody was hurt. >> reporter: last october following other drone incidents
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near sporting venues, the faa announced it was illegal to fly over sports stadiums and racetracks. violators can face fines and even imprisonment up to a year. the drone operator of the tennis match has been arrested and charged with reckless endangerment. in kentucky the police could announce disciplinary action this week against the student in that case. vinita. >> jeff, thank you. the images are phenomenal. they've changed some of what we do but they are dangerous. >> yes, absolutely. female athletes face health risks on and off the field. what they can do to avoid serious injury. plus, a college student
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this is the kpix 5 morning update. good morning. it's 756 i'm michelle griego. police have arrested a man suspected in a violent attack in san francisco. video from last month shows a bicyclist smashing the windows inside with a terrified driver. he faces charges. bart says trains should be running between oakland and san francisco in time for tomorrow's commute. in the meantime the transit agency will keep running buses
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today to get passengers back and forth. they halted service for the labor day to perform repairs on the track. in the next half hour of cbs news this morning. a new industry with a lot of potential. potential. ghost writers to help foand millions moremericans lwho feel its effects.s, let's walk together to make an even bigger impact and end alzheimer's for good.
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moment. good morning on monday. so far traffic, reports of a minor accident for the toll plaza but not causing any problems. very quiet conditions out of oakland. south 88 connector to 288 shut down for downed power lines. roberto. >> good morning. we have nothing but blue skies on this labor day. that's a view of the golden gate bridge. we see the flag. a gentle bridge under 5 ,,,,,,, good morning to our viewers
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in the west.ning to our viewers it is month, september 7, 2015. welcome back to cb this morning on labor day. a warning for female athletes. how the wrong diet could endanger their bodies for the rest of their lives. today a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> bernie sanders on labor day celebrating stunning new poll numbers. here in the granite state. >> people are so starved for an authentic, real sentence from a politician. it's like a cool drink of water. the place where the migrants arrived and german say 20,000 arrived over the weekend. >> kim davis has been reading the bible to pass the time. her legal team is hopeful that she won't have to stay here much
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longer. >> carrying the body of lieutenant gliniewicz arrived here. the investigation into who killed him continues. >> friday night football a serious tradition in texas. typically players taking hits but this past friday, it was lights-out for one of the referees. >> freshmen celebrate unofficially with a massive pillow fight. the concussions were minor. latest incident involving unmanned aircraft raising secure concerns from the faa and police. >> what does he say before they choose? >> what did he say? >> answer. >> answer. >> i want the answer. >> my song. >> i'm vinita nair with don dahler. charlie, gayle, nora are off. labor da and politics go
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together. hillary clinton is in iowa facing new pressure from her main challenger in the democratic race. the latest new hampshire poll shows vermont senator bernie sanders leading clinton by nine points, 41-32%. back in july numbers were about reverse. in iowa clinton's 24-point lead over sanders in july has dropped to just 11 points. sanders spoke on saturday about his recent surge in the polls. >> i think the secretary's people are getting nervous about the energy and enthusiasm our campaign is bringing forth. >> clinton says she always expected a competitive primary race. insteaded of taking an sanders this within she attacked donald trump's immigration plan and comments of women. the republican front-runner is still gaining ground. new poll in iowa show he would beat clinton by five points if they ran against each other next november. former house speaker and presidential candidate newt
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gingrich told "face the nation" sunday, trump is leading because his message is all about winning. >> the heart of the trump motto is i want to be a i winner. you want to be a winner, i'll make us a winner and people come up with policy question he goes, how would you like to win? americans go i like winning, winning sounds pretty good to me. >> cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dick chen dickerson with us. you don't hear about plans on immigration. you think that word resonating with voters. >> i think newt gingrich said that's the gut level connection that donald trump is making with voters, particularly because republicans and conservatives feel like they've been left out. they've lost the white house last two times around. winning is kind of the basic thing that they want. and the polling bears this out, too. a des moines register poll, 57% of people say favorite candidate
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that candidate would figure out whatever the poly l policies ne to be. they weren't looking for 57%, they didn't care about the policies, they wanted the winner. >> after debate appearance, ben carson rising in polls and some republican observers say, that's at the expense of donald trump but trumps that not yet gone after carson is he going to have to. >> the trump model has been not to hit or mostly, this has been the case, not to hit unless somebody hits you. one of the things about ben carson is interesting, there are deep currents of voters out there that we don't necessarily see. i mean, ben carson is not on everyone's tv screen and computer screens. but he has support in those other republican electorate and it reminds us other stuff there go on in changes and shifts.
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at the moment everybody donald trump and ben carson are running on parallel tracks in terms of behavior. >> talk about a possible biden run. it's interesting that trump would beat hillary but biden would do better against trump. >> those polls and who would do better than whom are innocent, in a sense meaningless. so far away from the actual election. what it does touch on, voter who could go the distance. that is something in voters' mindsen with joe biden it begins and ends with joe biden and wher his emotional state is about his emotional feelings whether to run. voters don't get a chance to see joe biden as a potential candidate until he actually runs. right now he's a vessel people can put hopes into to the extent that they feel disappointed with the current field. it's only until joe biden gets
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over feeling whether he can emotionally handle the race. then voters would get a real assessment of him and then how they feel his ables to go the distance. >> always interesting to talk to you. tom brady, another guy interesting to talk about now, answering reporters' questions for the first time since named super bowl mvp seven months ago. getting ready for the season opener after judge threw out the deflategate suspension. the quarterback dodged nearly every question about the scandal on sunday but did mention the patriots locker room attendants still suspended for their role. >> it's a tough situation for everybody and put a lot of stress on everybody's families. i feel bad anybody in the position that we have been put in. hopefully we can, you know, keep learning from life experiences.
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you know i certainly feel terrible for them that they're not able to be with us right now. >> brady's father had much more to say on friday. he called a san francisco sports radio station to confront a host who called brady a cheater and a baby. >> so when you say that brady is a liar you better be careful, fella, you don't know what the heck you're talking been the only person that's testified under oath in this is tom brady. we know goodell has lied. he lied in the ray rice case, the pierson case. how many times do you need to know this guy's a flaming lier. >> he also called the nfl a kangaroo court. a wantering army major 18 years ago, we'll talk to the man who created the character that led to a blockbuster movie starring tom,,
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women in sports could be losing out on their health. a leading orthopedic surgeon is in our toyota green room with the syndrome that can put top athletes at risk, that is next risk.bs this morning." that's next on "cbs this morning".
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i have to play like i did or better today, but at least one of us, a williams will be in the semis, so that's good. >> serena williams getting ready to face off against a familiar opponent tomorrow, her sister venus. serena could win the first two grand slams since stephy graf in 1988. >> can you imagine the emotions? >> can't wait. in our morning rounds, chief medical officer of the tennis organization is here. there's been a dramatic increase
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sports in high school over the last four decades and women's participation in college sports jumped to more than 190,000 athletes, but many aren't getting enough calories and protein, meaning poor performance, bone fractures, and other serious problems. dr. alexis colburn is here with us this morning. what is it and how do you explain to patients what it is? >> there are three components to the syndrome, disordered eating, and stress fractures. so the disordered eating encompasses low energy availability, not enough calories and nutrients. it could be anorexia and bulimia but doesn't have to be. not getting your period, the combination of the two can lead to stress fractures. >> is this a body image issue? >> good question. a lot of sports where we do see the syndrome are sports where body image is important, so figure skating, gymnastics, or ballet, but again, it doesn't have to be. >> what i found so fascinating,
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i never heard there was a limited amount of time you build bone density, then it stops. when should we really be aware and is it just for athletes? >> no, so peak bone mass occurs, the biggest buildup occurs in your teenaged years. after puberty you don't put on much bone mass and after the age of 30 you're not putting on any at all. so the teenage years are critical time to put on bone density. >> calories, what should girls be eating in particular, whether it be the number of calories parents can say here's a check sheet i should be looking for? >> i think the distribution of the calories. again, you need more energy if you're playing more sports, but it's also important the calories are adequate enough protein, fats, nutrients, vitamins, so i think if there is a question having that player work with a nutritionist is always a good idea. >> are the popularity of sports drinks and energy bars playing any factor in this? >> i think a lot of the energy
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drinks and sports bars have a lot of sugar in them which is important to an extent, but really not providing you with everything you need for good performance and for all these other functions that your body needs. so i think a balanced diet with real food is really the key. >> it seems when you look at female athletes, sort of the makeup, physical, at least, is changing. i think female athletes seem robust and stronger like abby wambach, has that changed at all how women perceive their bodies should be? >> well, hopefully. i think this is attention that's kind of new, but there's a lot more power in the women's tennis game for sure and hopefully that will translate across the board to helping body image through society. >> all right, thank you so much. they are practically required for politicians, but speech writers are helping all kinds of people polish their words. meet a husband and wife team that can make your sentiments stand out, even if you're scared of public speaking. that's next on "cbs this morning". you stand out even if
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suffer from speech anxiety. the condition is called glass oh phobia. it's a number one fear even ahead of death. jericka duncan recently met a mother of the bride. they crafted a perfect speech for her daughter's special day. >> those of you who know mow know i always have to put in my two cents. >> reporter: sharon has been waiting years to toast her daughter amanda on her wedding day. >> there's so much to say. i'm so happy. >> most importantly i want to thank my darling husband eddie for making a lovely speech about amanda that and humor. >> like the time she was traveling from amsterdam to italy by train with her best friend brett, man of honor, and she was busted by the italian police at the border for having pot in her bag.
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>> the story was true, the laughter genuine, and the response positive. >> my daughter loved it. she came up and gave me a big hug and said, oh, mom, it was great. >> but the words were not sharon's. >> he's convinced her that refrigerator is for storing food, not i cream or fancy bottled water. >> the toast was written by victoria wellman, a professional speech writer. she started the orator ya laborato laboratory. >> she was like why isn't there someone who can help those people. the couple has written more than 500 speeches, everything from eulogies to toasts.
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keynote speeches can run up to $10,000. >> victoria has written more than best man speeches. >> i'm still waiting. >> reporter: she extends their clients extensive questionnaires. >> they're crafted in such a way that they feel surprising and unexpected. >> slow down. just be yourself. >> and their service goes beyond words. they help with delivery as well. >> don't overpractice it. >> in sharon's case she has so much she wants to say she needs someone to work with. >> if you don't know how to use your voice you don't know how to say the things you're thinking. you have all those amazing beautiful thoughts. they're never going to see the light of day. >> reporter: after the wedding we checked in with the bride. >> i was wondering how it would turn out but when i heard the final result it didn't bother me at all because the way she delivered it and the words she was saying and the meaning
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behind it were her. >> it's truly miraculous what a big heart she has. >> does it take away from that sense of sincerity when you find out that someone else wrote the speech? >> no one care as what went into the speech. all anyone cares about is laughing, crying, feeling loved and having a community experience. that's what the oratory laboratory is all about. >> as someone who hasn't given the greatest speeches, that's great idea. when you're a guest, it's so much better to hear a good speech. it makes everyone grind to halt when they're bad. coming up, the phone app that promises to be your guardian angel. nick toms looks at companion and how it could be break through in personal safety. ahead after your local "morning
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news." 5. this is the kpix 5 morning update. good morning labor day. 8:25 and a minor earthquake shaking parts of the bay area. 7:35, the u.s. geological service says it was four miles northeast of sonoma. a young man with bay area ties killed in a boating crash at catalina island. 26 michael harris, son of peter harris, the crash involved a dinghy and boat in the morning. transbay 2 is closing in, the bart will be back open tomorrow morning for the commute. buses will take passengers back and forth between oakland and and forth between oakland and san ,,,,,,
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my name is phil zietlow, and i've been an engineer on the cheerios team for 51 years. about five years ago, i found out that if my daughter-in-law, joyce, eats anything with gluten in it she feels pretty darn terrible. so my team and i came up with a way to remove the grains that contain gluten,
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from the naturally gluten free oats that cheerios are made of. so now joyce and i can have cheerios together anytime we want. and if you love someone with celiac, or gluten sensitivity, you can too. 880 is our troubled spot and we have errors of a brand new accident at auto mall and blocking one lane. expect emergency vehicles on the scene. south 880 connector remains shut down as they work to clear
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down power lines. vehicle hit a power pole overnight. checking the bay bridge. holiday and no delays out of oakland to san francisco and across the upper deck. golden gate bridge a nice drive out of morin county and the san mateo bridge has been pretty easy. 13 minutes between 880 and 101. everybody still sleeping. good morning and looking at this labor day. blue skies and temperatures that are warming up. in fact at this hour, we are already at 61-degree in concord and in san jose. 60 in livermore. later today warmer than yesterday but not as quite as tomorrow. 80s at the beaches with the beach statement in effect for strong rip currents and also waves, 90s peninsula and offshore flow that will continue east. we are talking triple digi,,,,,,
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour best selling author lee child is in our green room. he's destroying the deeper side of the mystery man. plus how tom cruise is getting ready to play reacher again on the big screen. also this commercial with nearly 2 million views online. gayle king goes behind to learn how this little girl is helping others to slow down and find the magical spot. that's ahead. right now it's time to show you some of this morning's
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headlines. a cop selfie. it was to thank him after he offered to stand behind her to keep her safe while she pumped gas thursday. an officer was killed. she wrote with all the terror going on nationwide this reassured me there are still some pretty awesome individualses out there. >> great story. devon still was cut from the roster. his daughter leah battled cancer. it's now in remission. his support for her grew national attention. because the bengals kept him, he'll have insurance for the next five years. there's a sand sculpt iing n this weekend. artists came from around the
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world to sculpt. a canadian sculptor won it from two different sides. >> is it awful i want to kick one of these? >> i still want to know how they keep it together. >> there must be a lot of moisture. they must work with water. >> they have treks to it. a new personal safety app for students is creating buzz this morning. companion lets someone you trust virtually walk you home with the help of a gps tracker and an online app. the app can also alert police or your contact person if it senses trouble. cbs news contributor nicholas toms is the editor of new yorker website. nick is with us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> tell us about this app. it sounds like a tracking device. >> it is a tracking device. what it does is says, okay, i'm walking from here to here it will put in the map and then i'll send a text message to a
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wife or a friend so my friend or my wife will be able to open a drouz brous browser to see where i am. if i start to run or the head phones get ripped out, the sound will beep and make it easy to call 911 and it has a feature that you can say i'm feeling nervous. it's a way t track you. it's got a good interface. >> when you say open a browser. so in other words the person you send a message to doesn't have to -- >> that's the smart thing about it. there have been apps but both people had to have downloaded the app. >> it makes it much easier to start up. of course t great challenge with apps, right? it's hard to get attention when you have an app. a lot of people are talking about it. >> it was created by college
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students for clunlt students be u do you see it going beyond that? >> absolutely. you're coming back from the party, going back to your dorm. it makes a lot of sense for me with my kids if my wife want knows where we are. you can imagine a scenario with my parents. i want to make sure they didn't get lost. you can see lots of people using this in lots of ways. of course, there is a problem with kids. it starts to beep if you run. if you're going home and the kid wants to race your phone goals off. >> there's always this inherent privacy concern? it seems like this app is collecting everywhere you're going when you turn it on. >> right. but it's something you do optionally. the privacy stuff i worry about more is what goes on in the background. there is one feature that's a little bit controversy. it's the i'm feeling nervous feature. they're walking around saying
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i'm feeling nervous. could have virtues. cops say, a lot of people said they felt nervous. >> a dangerous spot. >> you could put in street lights. everybody says they're nervous by our house and now it's getting a lot of police attention. that's a privacy attention not for the user but others. >> they're making it if other people in other countries allowed to use it as well. thank you so much. >> thachlk you so much. best selling author lee child. "forbes" calls it the strongest brand in publishing. in 2012 tom cruise brought him to the big screen. he comes and goes without explanation. >> i'm not a hero. i'm a drifter with nothing to lose. i aim to beat you to death and
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drink your bolood from a boot. if i call, i disappear. if you're smart, i scare you because you're in my blind spot and i have nothing to do. >> lee child is back with his new book "make me." 20 books. i've heard you do this often without a set plot. is it hard to keep turning it out? >> thought it cause maybe for the first time jack reacher seems a little
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vulnerable. >> i don't want to write the same book every year so i've got to change it up a little bit. reacher always wins but he likes to make sure the other guy knows he's lost. he can win the battle. he can't win the war. that makes him feel a little bit not himself. plus he really likes the women in this book and that measures you a little bit vulnerable and he's also gotten hit in the head. he's gotten hit in the head a lot but this time it's really hard. he's got a headache or is it more than a headache. fortunately the woman that he's with is super smart too, so together they get a pretty good result. >> i want to read something the "washington post" once wrote about you. reacher is a public myth. one of the pop heroes. where do you get the ideas? >> ideas come from everyday.
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just looking around here,ky get that app thing, you know, there's an idea. but it's much more a question of which of many ideas are you going to invest in for next year, which will still be hot next year when the book comes out. so the energy comes from loving to do it. i love to entertain people. i don't think of myself so much as an author as an entertainer. you know, i just love it when i get an e-mail says i was wrecked at work because i was up all night finishing your book. then it's worked. >> why do you think this character in particular who is a rough around the edges kind of very mysterious and there are a lot of things we don't know about him. why do you think he's so popular? >> because he does the right thing. we'd all like to do that. i think people are really kre de
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how tom cruise would act? >> he would certainly listen if i said something but i don't want to say something. i believe i write the books, they make the movies. every time i say i'm not going to look over your shoulder or comments, then they relax and then you actually get a better product because they're not interrupted. they're not thinking about what i want. yes, there's another one coming up. yeah, we're back to it and i'm looking forward to it there'll be a lot of new faces but obviously there will be people i know and it will be fun. >> looking forward to that one. enjoy the first one. i thought tom cruise was interesting. he's not how i pictured the character but he plays him well. >> he's got that kind of menace.
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>> if you use the companion app, we deserve a cut of that. >> i appreciate that. "make me" goes on sale tomorrow. she's one of the greatest successes. and her mom opened up to gayle. >> what did you think? >> i saw it late at night and everybody had gone to bed. there i was at 10:00 at night and i just started crying. >> i can look at that,,
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a recent ad for johnson baby wash has been viewed online by millions. gayle king couldn't wait to see her face. >> marla brock is used to people doting ore her baby. monterey has become the new face of baby wash. what was it like the first time you saw the commercial on tv? >> i saw it late at night and everyone had gone to bed and there i was, you know, 10:00 at night, and i just started crying. she was doing things that were
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unscripted. >> how you do script a 3-month-old baby? >> exactly. i think it was me trying to get her to move in different ways. there was an infant massage coach. there was a moment where the foot spreads and there's a certain pressure point i touched to make that happen. >> nurturing her mind and helping her development. >> she's captivating, mesmerizing, and that's what drou draws you into the commercial. >> reporter: kelly godfrey helped. >> she looks up and everyone can relate to her and immediately connect. >> this is what we saw online. this is the only commercial i won't fast forward to. i usually turn away or mute the commercial but this is so lovely. this was so me. i rewind to see that sweet smile. it just makes my heart happy.
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that's what happened to me. i had a visceral moment. >> you're not alone. i've heard it brought tears to their lives. >> they should have been using johnson no more tears shampoo. johnson's auditioned nearly 200 babies and pick 14d. >> there were moeshs everywhere and they all had their tubs. we were instructed to bring our own plastic bathtub because we would be washing the baby on camera. >> was she the unanimous choice? >> she was. one look and we knew immediately we loved her. >> two babies were chosen to represent each of the so much more seven global markets. monterey appears in nearly every one. a broader appeal for the changing face. >> tell me about your family because i couldn't tell the
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ethnicity. >> my husband is caucasian from canada. >> also known as white. >> also known as white. and he has blond hair and blue eyes so she certainly picked up his features. >> i couldn't tell is she black, is she white, is she spanish, she italian, is she greek. do you think thatted as to it? >> i think there's something beautiful about her because they connect with her. >> have you notice thad this commercial has led to an increase in seefls the johnson baby wash? >> yes. we have seen that sales have picked up. ♪ oh, baby, baby, there'll be no more tears ♪ >> that's a big deal for a company who's been in the baby business for 120 years. it would seem a sequel featuring johnson's newest star would be a sure thing. >> she auditioned for either
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their moe's day and/or their father's day commercials but she didn't get cast in those. >> how did she hand thal. >> well, we had to tell her this is the industry of rejection. >> did you know that she had auditioned for other jobs? >> i did not know that. >> and she did not get it. >> i did not know that. >> i'm very upset. as monterey's agent, i'm outraged. >> i was not on the selection committee. >> i'm sure you'll be speaking to someone. >> absolutely. >> now, nearly a year old, monterey's next big break could be a speaking role. >> monterey, charlie ray has a line where he says, all that, pause, and all that matters on "cbs this morning." can you say that. >> that was perfect. the incredible thing about the commercials, too, she's looking
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right at the camera lens. i don't know of a 3-month-old who can focus like that. >> also that pure enjoyment she touched on. that feeling that takes everyone back so see someone so happy, so innocent. >> beautiful, beautiful child. why does this man seem so gloomy about a bachelor party? gloomy about a bachelor party? the answer lit up social,, is there an elk in your bed? with sleep number, now there's an adjustment for that. only at a sleep number store. right now save 50% on the labor day limited edition bed, plus 24-month special financing. hurry ends monday! know better sleep with sleep number.
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october 5. nice little something to do there. we had an earthquake on this labor day, didn't we? >> we did, about 7:38, 2.9, a little shaker, most notable in the sonoma area, not like the 6.2 in new zealand at the same time. we have currently temperatures in the 60s, and we're going to experience high temperatures today from the 80s at the beaches, 90 degrees in oakland, 90s are common around the peninsula as well. the temperatures will soar a good 15, 20 degrees. it will be hotter on tuesday, warmest or hottest day this workweek will be wednesday, the pro longed heat -- prolonged heat wave continues through
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