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is a serial shooter on the loose in phoenix? nearly a dozen vehicles are struck by bullets on a major highway in less than two weeks. police search for a linch among the shootings. a flood emergency is unfolding in japan this morning. heavy rains send rivers flowing over their banks and trigger mudslides just north of tokyo. taking on trump. two republican presidential candidates are hitting the gop front-runner head on this morning, and trump is biting back. and officer insult. a driver has some harsh words for a cop during a traffic stop and the diss is caught on dash cam. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning
news" for thursday, september 10th, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning in arizona, the fbi, federal and local agencies are looking at a string of shootings targeting several motorists. they're looking for a possible shooter. at least ten vehicles have been hit in the past two weeks. don champion has the latest. >> reporter: state, federal, and local police are looking for the person who's targeting motorists along the main freeway through phoenix. >> why would somebody shoot at anybody at all, especially to shoot at some innocent person. mine that's just insane. >> reporter: drivers who use interstate 10 very very nervous. >> very scary, very horrible. >> reporter: the incidents started on august 29th. the latest happened wednesday when the passenger side of this pickup truck was shattered. the arizona didn't of public
safety confirms several vehicles were hit by bullets and three were hit by projectiles. law enforcement is ramping up patrols on the ground and in the air >> it's becoming a huge safety issue at this point, so we want to get it stopped. >> reporter: so far there have not been any serious injuries. >> it's just a matter of time if this bash continues that we have tragedy on our roadways. >> reporter: arizona is calling on michigan, colorado, and kansas for help with their investigation. each of those states has dealt with similar situations over the past year. drivers are being urged to stay vigilant. don champion, cbs news. new evacuations in fresno, california, where a heat wave continues and wildfires spread. the fire -- this fire was sparked by lightning on july 31st. it was -- it has now burned more than 160 square miles and is only 31% contained. residents were told to get ready to get out. high temperatures are expected
again today. and tropical storm henri has formed in the atlantic. henri has sustained winds at 40 miles an hour and located about 250 miles southeast of bermuda. the storm is expected to pass well east of bermuda later today and currently poses no threat to land. for the second straight day, eastern japan is being hit by heavy rains that are causing devastating floods. the rain and fast moving floodwaters followed a tropical storm that swamped an area north of tokyo. stranded residents waited to be rescued. officials say they cannot keep up. houses and cars were swept away by overflowing rivers, and at least one person is missing. >> in las vegas federal aviation investigators still don't know what caused the engine of a british airway plane to burst into flames. it had started on its way to london tuesday when flames started shooting out of the left engine.
the pilots slammed on the brakes. passengers used the inflatable slides to escape. aviation experts say the pilots acted quickly. >> clearly the pilots displayed tremendous professionalism. by making decision to abort this takeoff many lives were possibly saved. >> there were 157 passengers and 13 crew on board. 27 people were taken to hospitals with minor injuries. and the partial collapse of an old hangar at newark liberty airport is under investigation. the hangar was being demolished when it started to cave in yesterday. nine workers were inside the building. four sustained nonlife-threatening injuries. jeb bush, lindsey graham, rick perry, and scott walker, they've all taken jabs at donald trump and see him do nothing but distance himself from the polls. this morning trump is taking heat from two other presidential contenders who have been on the rise. >> if anybody can show me how you can actually round up these
people who aren't necessarily going to be cooperative and how that's not going to jam up the court system and cost enormous amounts of money -- >> dr. ben carson taking aim at donald trump on his signature issue immigration at an california event wednesday night, carson criticizing trum oop's proposal of mass deportation of illegal immigrants, but it's the retired neurosurge neurosurgeon's attack on trump's faith that could sting the most. >> i don't in any way deny my faith in god. that's a very big part of who i am. humility and fear of the lord. i don't get that impression with him. >> carson has seen his poll numbers rise in iowa on the strength of support from evangelical voters. predictably trump responded on twitter, writing, wow, i'm ahead of the field with evangelicals.
i'm so proud of this. and virtually every other group, and it was ben carson who took a swipe at me. but it was trump who took a swipe in a "rolling stole" vi o video. he criticized carly fiorina's physical appearance. when she appeared on television trump is quoted as saying, look at that face? can anyone vote for that? can you imagine that? the face of our next president? trump touchdown off a firestorm last month when he launched out at megyn kelly. he was angered about her remarks. she riri responded back. >> i'm not going to spend a single second wondering what donald trump means but maybe, maybe i'm getting under his skin a little bit because i'm climbing in the polls. >> there was less discord when trump and ted cruz co-headlined
a tea party rally outside the capitol building. >> never, ever, ever in my life have i seen any transaction so incompetently negotiated as our deal with iran. >> it is my hope and prayer that every one of those senate democrats reconsiders. >> congressional republicans are trying to pass legislation aimed at overriding the iran deal, but president obama appears to have enough support in the senate to sustain a veto. on wednesday democratic candidate hillary clinton spoke about the deal saying she would not hesitate to use military force if iran develop as nuclear weapon. well, the former aide to hillary clinton who helped her set up her controversial private e-mail account is scheduled to appear on capitol hill today, but brian pagliano isn't expected to say much about benghazi other than impose his
fifth amendment right against self-incrimination. the new york city police department is investigating claims that inappropriate force was used when former tennis professional james blake was mistakenly detained. police were investigating a cell phone scheme at a hotel when a witness misidentified blake. this happened on wednesday. now blake says that he was thrown to the ground and handcuffed before police realizehood e had no connection to the investigation. >> it shouldn't have happened. it's something that we'll deal with the police, and we'll find out what they have to say internally. hopefully there's video of it and people can see what happens. >> blake says he wants an apology. one officer was placed on modified assignment. new york police commissioner bill bratton says blake has a right to be upset. well, coming up on the "morning news," school bus drama. a bus full of students catches fire on a california interstate. and later apple's latest attempt to take over your television. this is the "cbs morning news." attempt to take over your television. this is the "cbs morning news."
flames in southern california. three dozen high school students returning from a water polo match were able to get off the bus safely. the back of the bus was heavily covered in fire and smoke. it's not clear what caused the fire. and health officials in new york city are adding a new item to restaurant menus. salt warning labels. the first of its kind measure is cutting down on salt intake. they would point out dishes with more than 2,300 milligrams of salt or about a teaspoon. too much salt can lead to high blood pressure or heart disease. on the "cbs moneywatch," apple's version of television and "national geographic's" new business venture. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. as expected the apple's big news
is about the internet tv. apple's internet tv system features a third-party app store, a new remote, a new operating system, and a different user interface. >> you can have siri. that's one of the bigger things they showed off. you can ask siri a bunch of questions. hey, what episode did this actor show up on "modern family." it will search through different apps. so at start there's going to be hbo, hulu, netflix, and showtime. they'll all be searchable. >> but the iphone remains apple's most important product. the updated iphone 6s and 6s plus coming with a 3-d touchscreen, an advance camera, and a new sayser. apple also introduced a bigger faster ipad. it's nearly 13 inches, so ipad
links can run side by side and it's nearly twice as fast. amazon is killing the fire phone. amazon's first and only attempt at entering the smartphone market was introduced last year. it received poor reviews and didn't do very well. analysts say part of the problem was amazon's firephone was built around its own services instead of the user's preferences. well, asian stockmarkets finished lower on lackluster economic data from china and japan. tokyo's nikkei dropped 3%. hong kong's hang seng fell 2%. it was another volatile day after a strong morning. a 400-point swing. the dow lost 239 points, the s&p dropped 27 points, and the nasdaq fell 55 points. "national geographic" announced an expanded partnership with rupert murdoch's 20th century fox. in exchange for $25 million knox will control the "national geographic"'s magazines, maps,
and tv production. it's already in part of a joint venture with fox. fox said there are no immediate plans to change the magazine. mcdonald's is starting to change from eggs to cage-free chickens. the change is in response to welfare concerns as they prepare to serve breakfast all day. the transition will take ten years to complete. and donald trump wants cnn to donate its advertising revenue from next week's debate to veterans. trump writes he's the reason the network dramatically increased its ad rate. they received no comment from cnn. >> we'll see how that unfolds. you can't boss everyone around, donald trump. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you very much. well, straight ahead, a new role for fighting champ ronda rousey. the mixed martial arts fighter gets set to star in a reboot of a cult classic. and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces.
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necessary. and, three, be nice. >> do you remember that scene? "roadhouse" starring patrick swayze only made about $30 million when it was released in 1989, but the story of a zen bouncer ordered to clean up a bar has come back. and now "roadhouse" is getting a boost. it will be with ronda rousey. she asked for the widow's blessing before she took on the role. production will begin next year. and we're counting down to the kickoff of the new nfl season tonight. the new england patriots and steelers meet in the first matchup of the regular season. the patriots asked the nfl to reinstate its two employees suspended in the deflategate scandal. the two locker room workers were
accused of illegally deflating footballs before last season's afc championship game. the nfl says their reinstatement is under review. our football coverage kicks off with nfl today here on cbs. it starts sunday at noon. coming up on "cbs this morning" analyst bill cowher will review the upcoming season. the mets have a seven game lead in the n.l. east. they homer in the eighth inning as the mets rally past them. new york sweeps washington in the big three-game series. in boston, david ortiz hits his 498th career home run. a three-run shot as the red sox hammer the a.l. east, leading the blue jays, 10-4. the sox take two out of three from toronto. just their second series loss since july. when we return, a driver's disrespect. police dash cam video catches a driver making ugly comments to an officer during a traffic stop. driver making ugly comments to
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here's today's forecast in some cities around the country. dash cam video of a traffic stop in florida drew a strong response from the county sheriff. the driver was pulled over for speeding through a west boynton beach school zone. the video caught her cursing out the officer. >> this isn't a deputy who made an arrest. this isn't a deputy who's going to fight with somebody. this is a deputy who's trying to make sure children are safe. she has to make the comment,
this is why you people get shot and then calls him [ bleep ]. what's the reason for that? >> the sheriff said there was no reason for the woman's verbal assault and calls it unacceptable and she was given a ticket. and president obama was provided an invitation to a national outing. his oldest daughter malia started her senior year of high school this week. >> i was sitting in a room because i was going to see her off, first day of school. she puts her head on my shoulder and she said, daddy, you know, you realize this is the last time you're ever going to send me off for my first day of school, and i -- i started -- i had to look away, you know. i didn't want to just be such a crybaby. >> the president's younger daughter sasha still has a few more years before she graduates.
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can i ask you a question? >> sure. >> do you want to ask me a question? >> what do you think oprah is doing right now? >> she's probably talking to gayle in their secret language. >> a late show shout-out from stephen colbert and scarlett johansson to "cbs this morning's" co-host gayle king. he brings in joe biden, toby keith and uber star are the guests. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," much more on the mistaken arrest of the former tennis star james blake and the response by the new york city police department. plus the backlash over a
barbershop that refused to cut a woman's hair. and countdown to kickoff. f "nfl today" host bill cowher is in studio 57 to talk about the kickoff to the new season. michelle gile of our los angeles station reports. >> if i'm ever in a position where i need a fireman to help me, damn, i hope it's you or someone like you. >> reporter: it didn't matter this that l.a. county rookie firefighter was in a tux or didn't have his uniform on. minutes after this toast he saved a life at his reception. watch him jump up and run toward a relative who is just off camera. a woman choking on a piece of meat. >> somebody call 911 right now. >> reporter: instructions to call 911 came from retired orange county firefighter craig
campbell, cody's dad and best man who was giving his speech at the time at the country club. >> about the time i was giving my toast of how proud i was he was a firefighter we heard a couple people yell, oh, my god, she's choking. >> i grabbed her, kicked the chair out of the way and starting doing the heimlich as hard as i could, about five times just look that. >> reporter: many of the wedding guests were los angeles and orange county firefighters who lined up to help. cody's braid said some in the crowd just didn't think it was real. >> the timing was crazy with how the speeches were going and some in the back who couldn't see this far ahead truly thought that it might have been staged, but i assure you i'm not an actress. that was not faking it. i was just stunned by it and in shock. >> reporter: a hero groom and grateful guest. >> she actually ended up finishing the steak, believe it
or now. i saw her on the dance floor later that night. she goes, you saved my life. finally the new guinness book of world records is out with some amazing achievements. among them a beagle from japan who caught 14 balls with his paws in one minute. also the world's fastest tortoise reached the speed of 0.6 of a mile per hour breaking a 38-year old record and germany clomped along in a pair of clogs. something for everyone. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
bay going, hooray! [ applause ] >> we finally got to sleep a little bit. good morning, everyone. it's thursday, september 10. good to have you on board. i'm frank mallicoat. michelle is off today. she was driving over the bay bridge, she lost something. her voice. she is taking a break today. let's say hi to liza and roberta. welcome back to that marine layer! >> yeah. for some people. not everybody. san francisco. but the rest of the 6 million people that live in the bay area -- >> i apologize! >> -- not affected by it today. we'll have the cooler temperatures at the coast and the bay. is that refreshing. notice the difference. yesterday at this time, it was 66 in san francisco. right now it's 70 in livermore. we have another "spare the air" day in effect in addition to a heat advisory for the entire bay area except that immediate seashore. i'll pinpoint how hot it's going to get today, 108? we'll talk more about that coming up. >> wow. >> can you