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good morning. it's 4:30. 71degrees on this labor day monday. september7th. the official end to summer is going to be a hot one with the temperatures reaching the high 80s today but plenty of sunshine. good morning i'm andrea grymes. >> and i'm diane macedo. chris and mary are off. we will get to weather and traffic in a moment, but first, we go to janelle burrell live
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overnight. >> reporter: we just heard from police, and the person who was stabbed has died, and we believed a second person was side. there was an overnight celebration here on grand army plaza. a lot of revelers who have been out here all night leading up to the west indian day parade here, and we have seen a large police presence here respond together stabbing here overnight, about 2:00 this morning. most of the people here say people have been calm and well behaved, looking forward to the festivities this morning, take a listen. >> it's fun.
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>> reporter: what are you looking forward to the most? >> everything. >> i like jerk chicken. >> reporter: the mayor is expected toad take part in the celebration, one of the largest west indian carnivals outside of the caribbean. janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> janelle keeping a laser focus. 4:32, we head to john elliott with the forecast. >> reporter: it's very early to have that much company. every year always great to have your company. you're up early today, and we appreciate that. you will appreciate the weather. it's going be a great labor day. we are dry. plan on the heat and humidity.
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in the city, not bad at all. 71 for all your janelle burrell fans who want to get out of there early. numbers above normal, and we are waiting for the front's slow mover, not until the middle part of the week with the showers and the thunderstorms. mostly sunny. getting hot in the city. parts of the area 90 or 90 plus. the humidity values do not skyrocket today but they do over the next few days, and 9 will quickly feel like 80. police hope a new video will help them find who hit marlene zotti.
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the 59-year-old was crossing the street, and her mangled walker and groceries were all over the street. >> we have to find the person who could be that court reporting school, killing someone like that. >> neighbors said zotti was well like in the knew. community leaders were now the in the neighborhood distributing flyers describing the suspect. the man was anne sand 4:30 on wednesday morning. you can see him put on the mask and hide in the push, and thin several blocks later, i had attacked, robbed, and raped her. >> jackson heights is is a great new york neighborhood, and something like this does not usually happen.
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we will will kind out who it is, strag the person, and walk to a hotel. >> police are on the hunt for a man who punched a man in the face and ran off the train. the victim was not seriously hurt. many of the homeless people who had been cleared from a harlem sub subway station are on the rise again. >> rudy giuliani says the matt kozar has more. >> reporter: the homeless sleep on the sidewalk, one sleeping next to the shopping heart, and another is passed out on card
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board. despite the officers' efforts to clear them out, they are there again. >> the majority throughout the city, it's mental patients. >> reporter: rudy giuliani argued it's the city's responsibility to get the homeless off the streets, finding them treatment, shelter, and even a job. rudy giuliani said the so- called progressive view that people have a right to live on the walk is inhumane, indecent, and dangerous. the de blasio administration said homelessness increased by 27% under rudy giuliani's watch, and his strategy of chasing them from corner to
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corner is labor day and wrong. we spotted homeless with streets, sidewalks, and parks. >> how long have you bullpen homeless for 1234. >> about 43 years. andrea davis will be sleeping on a street corner. without her family she struggled. >> how can y'all help the homeless? help them get a place. find a place for them to stay. >> reporter: mayor bill de blasio is allocating $4 billion to deal with the homelessness in our city. today begins the fifth day in jail for the kentucky clerc who refused to issue marriage licenses. the judge officially put kim
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davis behind bars for failing to issue the same-sex marriage the american dentist who killed coo sill the lie -- cecil the lion will be heading back to work tomorrow. he said they would not have hunted the lion if they had known he was part of an oxford study and a local favorite. a new poll shows per -- bernie sanders ahead of hillary clinton whip 9%. and on the republican side, dop a. trump leads, and john kasich has 12% followed by ben carson and jeb push.
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president obama is getting support for the iran nuclear deal. >> let's see how they implement the deal. if they don't, bail out. none of the options are gone,. >> we can put iran years away from being a threshold nuclear state to concentrate their on terrorist activity. the new england patriot's quarterback tom brady is speaking out about his overturned suspension. >> i love football and to do it with my teammates and friends, i have had so much support with
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my family through all of this. i have been playing football 20 years, and it's exciting to do it again. >> he said he's excited for the season opener against the steelers. a drone interrupts another big sporting event. >> dying trees to falling to pieces throughout the tristate area. how you can spot unhealthy ones. >> you can't make margarita without tequilla, and you take make the tequila without these guys. hear why the agave farmers are all in one spot. and hello, john! oh the sweating kids, and then late midweek relief. we will explain in more than
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it's time to check with john elliott. it's a beautiful weekend. >> that's why we are working! >> that's why we are here. [ laughter ] >> good morning. i can relate to that and relate to you. i have a handful of weather watchers, dedicated, loyal weather watchers up this morning. let's say good morning to good old reliable walter. 67 at bradley beach. how nice is that for you. les in little neck, it's going pool. by wednesday, all kids in school: yay! i know some parents like it. i like this, too from tony. 65 in riverhead. enjoying the nice weather? yes, but we need the rain.
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i think some of the models are being aggressive on wednesday. a better chance on thursday, right. in the city, it's pretty. we have nice conditions and amazing amounts of company. driving up 10th avenue, it's like, wow! there's a party somewhere. we will tell you about it in a bit. it's not on 10th avenue by the way. the hamptons, always big swing 56. 63 in babylon and 63 in belmar. the numbers compared to yesterday, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven degrees today. north and west. 64, and you're going to feel it today. that's tuesday into wednesday, and that will set the stage for
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the potential for rain. you can see under the influence of the high pressure, the slow- moving front, and it's a wet one for iowa through missouri. the front will really take its time. high pressure today, wind out of the southwest filling in sizzling tomorrow, and then you have, like a sauna on wednesday. that's when we will see the heat and humidity, and with the front on the way, that's when there's a possibility of an isolated shower or thunderstorm. better bet thursday. 84 today. moderate rip current risk for the south-facing beaches of long island. better for the jersey shore but also want to make sure you have a 6 and comfortable memorial day -- memorial day?
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i'm already backing it up! labor day. it's staying steamy with a chance of rain thursday into friday. we will take it because we definitely need the rain. that's it for me. right now, over to andrea. >> john, a lot of people wish it was memorial day instead. here's a quick look at the stories making news this morning. a suspected gunman is in custody after police say he fired shots at a pair of officers at a marked suv. one of the officers was struck in the hand. his partner chased him and caught him in a parking lot. the surviving victim of the live tv shooting last month may soon be released from the
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hospital. pounce the cheater escaped the holding area yesterday after the indianapolis zoo. she was found behind a barrier yesterday. chinese officials said the recent market turbulence was coming to an end, and the markets were up slightly. price at the pump continue to fall. aaa say was the prices have declined since june. the average price is now 2.40. a dollar less than labor day weekend 1 year ago. 2 days to go before apple hosts a media event in san francisco. analysts are speculating on what we will see. some say to expect improvements
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to apple tv including the assistance of siri and a dedicated store, and some said expect improvements on a new iphone, and weaker speculation says there's could be a larger version of an ipad, but apple usually makes the ipad announcement in the spring. valerie castro with more on why a tree problem in the area is getting worse. >> you can see the leaves are turning brown. >> reporter: ralph pedea says the troubling signs are everywhere. he is the city arborist for yonkerses and says the recent droughts are devastating the area trees, and it could make them dangerous. >> this year is pretty bad. the heat, the light intensity, and the lack of water, they are ganging up on the trees. the death and decay has led to several tree failures. on sunday morning this man was
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driving in the bronx when a tree branch broke loose. >> the tree just fell on top of my car while i was driving. there was no way to avoid it. >> reporter: on friday on bryant park. >> it fell right there, and it came straight down. >> tree limbs snapped, hurting five people. >> all of a sudden, we saw a tree coming down. >> reporter: that same day a plumber opening the doors of this white work van was crushed by a falling tree and condition. pedea noticed the trees on the westside highway look very bad. its leaves. but pedea said this tree, like so many others is not getting the moisture it needs. homer ons should check for dead branches and brown leaves and have them inspected to determine if they can be saved forthey need to come down. valerie castro, cbs 2 news.
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police questioned a student after his drone crashed into the university of kentucky football game. no one was hurt when it landed on the suite level on saturday. the student has not been charged. the stadium just underwent a $120 million renovation. a spokesperson says the school will look into the mat ore labor day weekend, and it comes after a drone crashed into a tennis match at the u.s. open. the world record attempt to raise a glass to. a crazy crash on a new jersey highway. how a boat ended up on top of a truck. another check on the
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forecast, coming up next. tt0w!tx#(g!!%4@-[$@ tt0w!tx#(g!!el@-q#, tt0w!tx#(g!!ed@-w!h tt0w!tx#(g%!)8h-7_4 tt0w!tx#(g%!kzh-*0h tt0w!tx#(g%!n-h-_yd tt0w!tx#(g%!0ph-a>\ tt0w!tx#(g%!s"h-ql< tt0w!tx#(g%!ueh-r.l 4:52. 71degrees out there on this labor day monday. we are laboring here with john elliott. >> you mean to tell me the
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cafeteria is not open today? >> no, i was just asking. we put in this emergency breakfast order. >> it's great, there's no traffic out there, just be careful of the traffic that is because it's a holiday morning, and then this afternoon, i don't need to tell you, you will have company on the roadways. make sure you have water for your fun in the sun, and extra water in the ride home in case there's a delay, but i hope not. in the city right now, it's quiet as you slummer, but you're up, and we appreciate it winds out of the west, southwest. hour by hour, plenty of power. 89 for the high today. we will begin the warmup and see the humidity on the rise. 90 freehold, and we can do that. 80 in islip, and don't forget your rip currents, and don't
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forget back to school for the kids tomorrow, and 92, staying hot and humid through the first half of the week g. that's -- >> of the week. >> that's hot for the first week. >> send the kids with water. john, thank you. it took team work for some 251 farmers to set a record in new jersey. the agave farmers got together in guadalajara. the group is known for breaking world records including most people singing in a round. this sounds like a good event to go to. >> to properly report on this story, we need margaritas. in the next half an hour a
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shark takes a bite out of a kayaker, and he lives to tell the tale. a back-to-school surprise. how a group of new jersey students got go shopping without spending a dime. stat news this morning
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continues in a moment. tt0w!th_!!%4@-j] tt0w!tx#h_!!el@-@zl tt0w!tx#h_!!ed@-fx( tt0w!tx#h_%!)8h-&&t tt0w!tx#h_%!kzh-;i( tt0w!tx#h_%!n-h-n $ tt0w!tx#h_%!0ph-pg< tt0w!tx#h_%!s"h-@5\ tt0w!tx#h_%!ueh-cw, tt0w!tx#h_%!7hh-_ux lots of kids are headed back to school this week, and some in new jersey got a big surprise over the weekend. >> as ilana gold reports, they hope it will help them start the school year off a great foot. >> reporter: nearly 2,000 kids lined up to get a free backpack with school supplies. there. >> reporter: gasinea france is headed into 8th grade. >> just in case i don't have something i need, i can turn to the backpack to get something i need. >> reporter: she remembers having a tough time in reading class last year. how difficult was that?
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>> it was very embarrassing to ask my friends for notebooks and pieces of paper because i have always been prepared for school. >> reporter: her brother had a similar experience, and now he's starting off 3rd grade on a positive note. >> i have this book bag so i don't have to ask people, can i borrow your pencil? i have my own stuff to take care of it. >> reporter: you have had to do that before? i did it a lot of times. >> reporter: the newark mayor helped to hand out the donations as part of the back- to-school bus tour. >> it shows them that people in well being. >> reporter: a gesture that the students and their families appreciate. 6 years. >> reporter: this will help you >> yes! >> reporter: there will also be
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east and south wards. >> that's great. >> deservedly so. that's fantastic. stories. a festive celebration ahead of the west indian day parade turned violent, and we will be
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seconds. good morning to you. 75degrees out there already on this labor day, september 7th. mother nature will be turning up the heat on this official last day of summer. find out how hot it will get. i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm andrea grymes. the forecast in a moment, and here's what is new this morning. in crown heights, two people were stabbed and one was left dead. a live report coming up. >> she's my baby. she is so beautiful. she has a good heart. >> a brother grieving over the death of his sister. police release the video of the hit-and-run driver accused of killing her. the nypd hopes the video will catch the person. >> i have the strength not to
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be that way. i couldn't live that way. >> one man finds the strength to save himself from the life on the street, but so many more continue to endure. rudy giuliani says the mayor is not being aggressive enough to clean up the streets. >> i left everything. >> thousands of migrants fleeing the middle east are now in germany, and austria plans to end the emergency migrant measures, and the pope is calling on churches to step up and help. >> i think the people are getting nervous. >> a shakeup in the presidential poll numbers. bernie sanders pulls ahead of hillary clinton. how clinton is responding. and do you recognize this pop star trying to ride a segway in the middle a dessert.
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>> looks like john elliott. john, was that you? >> why did you go there? i thought maybe it was johnny depp, but then i saw that shot. the thing i'm seeing more of, the things that don't have any kind of handle whatsoever. they are just a propulsion thing. as we propel you into the day, you. in the city right now, very mild and muggy, and 71, and relative humidity, 78%, and humidity will be a player tuesday into wednesday it will be hot today. you can see the radar and satellite getting the morning off. over the weekend, just cloud free skies, and we will see a few more monday into tuesday with the humidity on the rise. mostly sunny. getting hot though, 89. the reason? the southwest wind 5-10. in fact we will see some
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thermometers hit 90 or the low 90s today. make sure you don't forget the sunscreen. an update on the rest of the news, but back to you both diane and andrea. we begin with breaking news in brooklyn. one man is dead and another hurt after being stabbed while crowds gathered in preparation for today's west indian day parade. >> now right to janelle burrell live at the scene. janelle? >> reporter: andrea, so far police say it was a man in his 20s stabbed to death right here, and after the dispute a second man is recovering from his injuries. not the way people wanted to start their holiday, but thousands are here at this hour celebrating as they have been all night. it's the overnight party leading up to the west indian
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day parade, tradition dating back to the 1930s here. 2million people are expected to attend to celebrate the large immigrant population here in the tri-state area. ever. we can come along, have fun, just amusing. >> everyone gets to see what each caribbean island is about and show who they are. it's a very big part of the culture of west indians. >> reporter: and the party, the actual parade is set to kick off at 11:00 this morning, but there's a lively crowd out here already. we are expecting the mayor and the governor to take part with celebrations with food, music and the celebration of the west indian culture. reporting live from grand army plaza. >> hopefully things are safe
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from here on out. new this morning, the nypd release sud -- released surveillance video of a woman robbing and threaten another woman. 2 days prior she stole another woman's cell phone inside of an el may tore on gerald avenue. a boat landed on top of a truck yesterday in brick township. the scarfs towing the boat on the trailer when it detached and hit another car. the boat landed on top of the hood and toppled over as the tow crew tried to remove it luckily no one was hurt. a shakeup in the democratic presidential race this morning. a new poll shows bernie sanders is ahead of hillary clinton in new hampshire. don champion with more on that. >> reporter: the new poll shows sanders is gaining ground.
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he spent the last few days campaigning across iowa. even with news of the new poll over the weekend, clinton proclaimed she's ready to take on the republican opposition. >> reporter: bernie sanders travels to new hampshire today. a new poll shows he has surged ahead of hillary clinton for the first time. if the presidential election was held today, sanders would beat clinton 41% to 32%. in iowa clinton's 24-point lead in july has been cut more than half to just 11. clinton has been dogged about constant questions about her e- mail serve ere while she was secretary of state. she won the 2008 new england primary on saturday. >> i always thought it was going to be a competitive primary, and i welcome that. >> reporter: sanders spent the
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last several days campaigning in iowa and said saturday -- >> i think the secretary's people are getting nervous about the energy and enthusiasm our campaign is bringing forth. >> reporter: clinton has more events in iowa today. vice president biden is mulling over whether he wants to join the race. he will make a decision by the month's end. labor day is the unofficial tend the cakeoff season. there's 147 days until the iowa caucuses and the first democratic debate is now just over a month away. diane? keeping it exciting, don, thank you. governor cuomo will be leading a group of politicians headed to puerto rico. he will march first in the west indian day in brooklyn. the mission will include the
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city comptroller and melissa mark-viverito. they are be discussing the area's economic and health care problems. the u.s. open interrupted again, but this time it was not a drone. plus this -- [music] >> celebration as the country welcomes those fleeing the middle east, and others have been less than inviting. a shark chomps on a kayaker. what happened after he pulled his foot from the water. if you're going to head to the beach or have labor day fun, we will keep it light and comfortable. you need the sunscreen, and you're going to need the glasses, too. we have the full forecast on
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the 2s after the break. l th00alieores peseinsof u nto t ghan t vep chlar,dohaweo.ma i prreo. it is 5:12, welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning. it looks like a beautiful day shaping up. we will check with john elliott for the forecast to see -- am i correct, john? >> yes, and you're just adorable. do you want to take? -- take it? >> no, you take it. >> we work well together. you have the rip current risk, and i want to make sure you stay safe. the lament is that we need the rain. we desperately need rain.
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thursday and friday could be a stormy period with thunderstorms. until then, savor it it. plenty of sun today, and heat and humidity. it feels like summer, technically it's still clear and mild. that's the unofficial end to summer, 71. winds out of the south, southwest at 5. let's go to sandy hook. 70 right now, and how sweet it is! long branch down to .67, and .60 at howell. 71 in huntington, and that's warm for the north shore. 67 in quogue. 55 in hamburg one of the cooler readings on the map. your high today, above normal in a big way. normal high, 77, and we are going to be above normal all week, and not the record of 101 in 1881.
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i remember that was hot. sun is up at 6:28, setting at 7:19. i tell you what, feeling like summer, 92 is record territory, and then 89, and you feel like you're getting cooler, but wednesday will be more humid. it's an uncemented atmosphere, and they are primed for thursday. it's a sweet 16. we have 18 days until fall. joan it big pressure blocking, and low-moving front. the compression before that out of the south, southwest will continue to warm us up and pump up the due points, too. elsewhere around the country, stormy weather along the southern states and also into the southwest, we would like to see rain in california. heat is on, it's going to be a scorcher for labor day and big
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d. that will just add fuel to the storms missouri into illinois later today. mostly sunny, getting hot, and beautiful skies a few more clouds than we saw yesterday on this labor die. not the warmest ever, that was back in 1973. you may recall that, and the lowest was 1971. you may recall that as well. i fell you, it's like a beach half week. the stormy weather will come thursday into friday. which we need. it will also serve to cool us down into the weekend. right now, back to the desk. >> john, thank you. thousands of migrants from the middle east are beginning this new woke in a new -- new week in a new place.
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>> germany threw down its borders and opened its arms. [music] >> the interior ministry said 12 how migrants have arrived over the week week end and counting. they were also welcomed to the train station in nienna but no one wanted to hang around for long. they jumped on the train to germany, the country allowing all immigrants to apply for syria. >> reporter: what does it feel like? >> we had it very difficult to alive to here. and we want the good life for our children. >> reporter: abdul tareem said the worst parts was hung and i being forced into refugee camps. >> no freedom. we want food, no. we get no food or any drink. >> reporter: and you were
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locked up? >> yes, with drink from toilet. >> reporter: one of the camps was still surrounded by armed guards today, and those inside are still waiting to know whether they, too, will be allowed to travel onbards. >> reporter: once migrants arrive here, they register here, and then they board buss to other parts of germany for accommodation, places like gymnasiums and fairgrounds, and in some cases they will begin training, learning german and vocational skills. charlie d'agata, germany. from st. peter's square, the pope called for the sheltering of the family. the vatican is taking in two families of their own, and he wants bishops to surge their diocese to do the same.
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the pentagon says iraq's air force has gone after the islamic air force for the first time. the iraqi government announced the decision yesterday. a kayaker got more adventure than he wanted when he came face-to-face with a shark, or maybe we should say face-to-face with a shark. >> he had his foot over the side, and he got bit and then he put his foot over the kayak, and he was like dude, i just got b.i.d. >> this is the lastest in the string of shark sightings in the last few weeks. a police officer jumped into action after a baby accidently locked herself
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inside of a than any's car. friday. jeremy sally used a window punch tool to get into the car. >> you don't want to see any harm done to the child or anything like that i had to physically climb in and grab nanny. >> meet the latest member of the beck ham family, plus -- beckham family, plus we look at what it takes to become the host of the late show. >> we will get another look at the weather. don't forget to connect with us during the show and all morning long. follow us on facebook and twitter.
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yoaigrk 0.he a nddsf ass sckn. 5:22. 71degrees, still dark out there, but shaping up to be a good day, right? >> that's right! >> that's what? >> that's what's? >> i was going to say that's what, john elliott, and then i was going to say that's right, and john k you save me here? >> wow! that was kind of fun. you are correct, it's going to be just a great labor day. it's on the hot side and dry. we need the rain, but as far as
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outdoor fun in the sun, super muggy for your monday morning. relative humidity, 78%. the unofficial end to summer will be a real winner. things will be sticky middle the week. back to school and reality tomorrow. tuesday, toasty and humid, and then we should have drought relief in place thursday into friday. do we need it? yeah. this is a sample since the first of june, 11.12 inches, and that's over 3 inches below normal. i know nassau suffolk county, you've been drier. into the the area, you have been drier as well, and we are all staying dry today. just super summer sunshine. 9 in the city, and cooler for the south shore with the southwest wind. the jersey shore is right at 90. don't forget the sunscreen, too.
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right now, back to you guys. >> john, thank you. the mets kick off a key series today after dropping 2 against the marlins. and the yankees edge past the marlins for the back-to- back home run. the yankees host the marlins, and the big series against the nationals today. both serena and venus won, setting up the family matchup on tuesday. it's labor day weekend, and you're in the playoff hunt, and right now the yankees are in the hunt. brian mccann helped them win 6- 4 over tampa and the bluejays also won so they remain a game and a half back. yesterday the marlin with the the walkoff win, and they take 2 of 3 this weekend, setting up the crucial series for the mets
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who travel to the second-place nationals today. i'm steve overmyer, have a great day. another i did traction at the u.s. open. a fast-moving squirrel found its way on to a court yesterday, temporarily stopping the doubles match. the squirrel ran away from the field or the court i should say. finally the ball girl managed to chase it away, and ran into the stands, and maybe he watched from up there somewhere. who know the. >> chicago mother invented a new desk she believes could help kids with learning disability the pay attention in class. it's called photics class, and one special needs school in chicago is already using it. it can be adjustable, students can use it standing or sit on their knees. >> we find our students are bright and intelligent and just need a few little tweaks to their program.
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>> a mom came up with the idea after her dyslexic son struggled to focus in class. schools across the country are thinking about using it. in this morning's two talkers, a new member of the beckham family, and the pop star's failed attempt to ride a segway, and you may not recognize her at first [ laughter ] she can roar, but katy perry may need practice riding her segway. she was at bernie man arts and music festival over the weekend at the dusty desert in nevada. you can see her wearing a coat because the temperatures are as low as 40 at night. that would be me riding one, i'm not that great. >> i like the random reverse out of no. where i have never ridden a
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segway, and i have no idea how difficult they are to run. this is is a video of olive beckham. the former spice girl wrote watch baby olive fly. how cute are her ears? >> the beckham brood just returned to london after spending the summer in l.a. >> i just want her to pop out of the screen and land on the desk. beautiful dog for that gorgeous family. up next, day's top stories. >> the violent start to the west indian day parade in brooklyn. thousands are waiting to get the celebration underway. a live report coming up. buyer be aware. the ticket scam preying on those hoping to see the pope. see how many are celebrating this labor day weekend after
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5:30 and 71 degrees already on this monday, september 7th. john elliott's forecast is just ahead. overnight celebrations turning deadly in brooklyn ahead of the west indian day parade. we are live ooze police re-- as police respond to two stabbings. a masked man is wanted for raping a woman. serena williams is one step closer to winning the her big grand slam, but she has to get through her big sister, venus to do it talk about sibling rivalry. >> i wonder what their parents do during a match like that. >> one takes one and the other takes the other one. i'm andrea grymes. >> and i'm diane macedo. chris wragge and mary calvi have the morning off, but john elliott is here with us. >> tomorrow will be the worst
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of the heat, you know? and their muscles where cramping up. it's all about the hydration. >> clearly they are used to it serena has done well for so many years. >> reporter: it's going to be hot but not as humid. tomorrow we will seat heat and humidity. mild and muggy at 71. it will be o.k. today. you have the sunscreen and the water. it's the humidity you deal with tuesday into wednesday, and you can start to feel it. the high pressure dominates, the slow mover pushing through thursday into friday. it's seen as active periods with the better chance of showers and thunderstorms. getting hot today. the southwest wind will continue to crank, and even if the thermometer does not hit 90, it will feel like it today. we will see relief with the 7- day forecast coming up in a bit.
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one man is dead and another is injured after crowds gathered in preparation for the pa pennsylvania raid. >> janelle burrell is live at the scene. janelle? >> good morning to you, andrea and diane. we got off to a tough start. the man who died was 25 years old, stabbed in his tore so. another man was shot and he is stable. there's been thousands of people here leading up to the west indian day parade, a tradition dating back to the 1930s, and as many as 2 million people are expected to attend, a lot of them, of course have the west indian connections,
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and a lot of them have the west indian heritage, and i spoke to a few of them who said what they are looking forward to the most. >> it's one. >> what's the wart you're looking forward to the most? time. pork. >> it's home away from home. >> reporter: now back live, you can see some very large police presences as we see the squad cars making their way through this morning at grand army plaza outside of the brooklyn library, and they have been out here mingling with the crowds to make sure everyone remains safe. and again, 2 million people are expected to be here today and expected to hear from the governor and mayor de blasio as well it will likely be a good day here out on the parkway. janelle burrell, cbs news.
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>> the start of the west indian day parade means summer is coming to an end. the gorgeous weather on this labor day is drawing in the big crowds. >> reporter: nothing says summer quite like coney island, the amusement park rides, and the beach. that makes no surprise to see the busy boardwalk, and beaches across the tri-state area with countless people out to celebrate the last hoorah. summer? >> , no it's depressing. >> it's back to reality, and it's over. >> reporter: jean luke got every moment of summer in. ruby wells is experiencing anxiety. it's a whole new ball game for her and her daughter miracle. >> he's going to school --
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she's going to school on tuesday for the first time. >> i'm meeting new friends and getting new supplies. >> surprising as most beach goers, they are planted in the warm sand, and we did find a few people ready for the fall. >> the trees, different colors -- >> reporter: and beyond. i want to wish you a merry christmas from the bottom of my heart >> reporter: you still have several days to enjoy summer since it technically ends on september 22nd, but after that go. at coney island, hazel sanchez, cbs 2 news. >> if you plan on swimming off the jersey shore today, be aware of rip currents. the national weather service said there's a moderate risk of the currents forming, and beach goers should only swim in the areas where life guards are present, and they should talk to them about the potential hazards.
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community leaders with out in the neighborhood yesterday distributing flyers describing the suspect. the man was seen on 84th street around 4:30 wednesday morning. you can see him put on a mask and hide in the bushes, and then he follows the 35-year-old woman and then attacked, robbed, and raped her. >> jackson heights is a great neighborhood, and it usually doesn't happen in jackson heights, but when it does, the community comes together, and we will capture that person and put that person in jail. >> police say the man drug the woman into a walking math to complete the crime. >> this is a picture of the suspect from a surveillance camera, and the 42-year-old victim tells police that the suspect walked up to him on the northbound 4 train last month, and he punched had imin the face and then ran off the train and that was near the grandson course station in the bronx,
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and the victim was not seriously hurt. support for the iran nuclear agreement has gained more supporters. colin powell called it a good agreement, and the leader of the democratic national committee also endorsed the deal. today begins the fifth day in jail for the kentucky clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses, and yesterday attorneys for kim davis officially appealed the ruling, and she has been jailed since thursday. walter palmer will returning to his dental practice tomorrow. he said he was surprised over the backlash over the hunting of a lion. he said he and his party would
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not have hunted cecil if they knew he was part of an oxford university study and a local legend. tom brady has spoke to the media for the first time about deflategate. >> it's been a long 7 months for everybody, and now the goal is to focus on what my job is and what i need to do to help our family win, and anything that has happened over the last 7 months, you know, obviously i have a lot of personal feelings, and i really don't care to share many of those. >> reporter: the nfl says they will appeal the court's decision. >> time now, 5:39. falling tree branches in bryant park and other part of the tri- state area. could that put you in danger? warning signs to look out for. scalpers profiting off the pope's visit. the tickets they are selling for four times the face value that you could get for 10 bucks.
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the hint of summer sun, and hey, venus. i think that's venus. sizzling midweek, and late week relief in the form of rain. we will talk about that and have weather watchers coming up after the break. sof u' n gngo keurwnhienoutogh
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wt d..ketogss it is 5:42, and that means it's time to check in with john elliott for weather on the 2s, and it's already 71 degrees out. john, what can we look forward to for the rest of the day? >> it's going to be hot today, not as human as we were the first part of next week, but good morning, and let's say good morning to our weather watchers, and one of my faves, mike until staten island. jennifer jones said he can take his hat off, it's not that cold, but he likes the pitcher,
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and speaking what to wear, i appreciate this. someone's white suit saying this is a holiday. i'm not supposed to wear this after today, and i have to get as much mileage out of it as i possibly can, and i don't think the boss likes this suit. he's gone today. [ laughter ] good morning to cherie de napoli in little falls. hey, john, we had good car buying weather this weekend, wouldn't you say? >> i ran into cherie at a buick dealership, and she was there with her dad ed. it was so nice to meet her. i asked if they were going to watch, and they said absolutely. enjoy your car. oh how sweet it is. ac day today in the car because the numbers will be high. ac over the next few days because the humidity will be high. it's a drag. you're paying the bill.
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beautiful to look at, and numbers above normal. i'm pretty sure that's venus. a star twinkles, and a planet beams. i'm sure i will get a call if it isn't venus. 71 in the city, great neck as well, and you can shave 10 off that. you have 61 in tom's river. getting hot, not too humid, and then the southwest wind and the uv forecast a 7. potent sun and ample amounts of sun. burn time, 30 minutes, make sure your have the sunscreen on. the pollen count is high today, and projected to stay high through wednesday. some relief, we are hoping, in the form of rain. that's a win-win scenario there, and it should help with the pollen count, too. remember last year? i think that's an impala. we should identify that.
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that's definitely your dad's oldsmobile there. maybe it's a cutlass, too. wednesday, the ingredients for a storm, and it's going to feel like a sauna on thursday. even with the numbers down a bit. it was the increase in humidity that should set the stage for the storms thursday into friday. we will, of course, be tracking that for you, and we will track things right back to andrea. >> reporter: new this morning, the nypd released surveillance video of a woman wanted for two robberies in the bronx, and police say on august 17th she approached a woman in the stairwell of an apartment building in mount eaden. she took off with $80. two days prior she stole another woman's cell phone
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inside of an elevator on gerard avenue. valerie castro has more on why a local tree problem is getting worse. >> you can see the leaves are turning orange and brown. >> reporter: the troubling signs are everywhere. >> everything that is supposed to be green is turning brown. >> reporter: the city arborist says recent years of drought are devastating the tree in the tri-state area, making them dangerous. >> it could be a domino effect of the last 3 years in a row, but this year it's bad. the heat, light intensity, and lack of water are ganging up on the trees. >> the death and decay has led to several tree failures, and on sunday morning this man was driving in the bronx when a tree branch broke loose. >> the tree just fell on top of my car while i was driving. there was no way to avoid it. >> reporter: on friday at bryant park, tree limbs snapped, furthering five people.
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>> all of a sudden we saw the tree coming down. >> reporter: that same say a plumber opening the doors of this white work van was crushed hospitalized. we found this tree completely stripped of its leaves. in the fall, brown leaves are the norm, but seeing them right now means the tree here like so many others is not getting the moisture it needs. >> reporter: homeowners should check for dead branches and brown leaves and have them inspected by a professional to determine in they can be saved or if they need to come down. valerie castro, cbs 2 news. two brothers appeared before a judge in georgia over the weekend after allegedly trying to kill their parents, and police say the brothers, one 22 years old, and the other 17 stabbed their father and seriously injured their mother
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at their home in atlanta their mother called 911 saying children were trying to call them. the gas line had also been tampered with. police questioned a student after his drone crashed into a the university of kentucky football game on saturday. no one was hurt when it landed on the suite level of the stadium. a university spokesperson said the school will look into the matter after the labor day week en, and it's a few days after the drone crashed into a tennis match at the u.s. open. ticket scalpers are trying to profit off tickets from the pope's visit, but not tickets to see him. they are trying to sell train tickets to the philadelphia area for up to four times the face value. the scalpers are advertising the tickets on craigslist for
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$40, but philadelphia transportation officials say there's no need to pay the premium. the train tickets aren't even sold out. you can buy them on the website for the standard $10 fair. make cbs 2 your source for the pope's visit. look for coverage here on cbs 2 and streaming live on cbsnewyork.com. the holiday weekend has been less than stellar at the box office, but it brought out a new front runner. >> the faith-based flick war room beat out straight out of the top. war room made more than $9 weekend. straight out of compton pulled in $8.5 million, and a walk in the woods came in third with 8.4 million. mission impossible, rogue station, and the transporter refueled round out the top 5. coming up, the countdown
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begins. . stephen colbert prepares for his big debut. find out how he has created the tv. the yankees host the orioles, and the mets are in washington. yesterday the mets last and the yankees won. both the williams sisters won, setting up the quarter finals
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for the u.s. open. after trying brookside chocolate, people talk about it online. love at first taste. i would liquify it and bathe in it. curse you, brookside! your nefarious plans have succeeded. nefarious? are we still talking about chocolate? brookside. talk about delicious. after trying brookside chocolates, christopher b. wrote: why is this bag only two pounds?
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we couldn't tell if you were joking, so we made a 100 pound bag. thanks, george! well, 5:52. time for weather on the 2s with john elliott. so many people are upset about
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summer ending, and no one is ever upset about winter ending. >> the guys who maintain the ski lift hate it when winter ends. at some point during the day, some great moment for you, take a snapshot because you want to savor these moments for february or the tail end of march or the dreaded dark days of january. it's just so nice out there. air quality is good right now it will suffer this afternoon. it will likely continue to suffer tuesday into wednesday. it will be a hot holiday today, upper 80s to around 90 on average. flirting with 90 for the city. cooler for the south shore with the southwest wind. going to the beach right now. i mean literally. 82 to 86 for your air temperature, and oceans nice, and the jersey shore, not bad at all. ocean temperature for long island, and don't forget your rip current risks or the
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sunscreen. uv index at a 7. make sure you're burn free with a great beach holiday. right now, back to the desk. sometimes you're driving and may get a fly on the windshield or something like that. how about a boat on top of your hood? that happened toen in and new jersey yesterday in -- that happened to someone in new jersey yesterday. luckily no one was hurt. some children are getting a helping hand this week. nearly 200 students in newark got backpacks with free school supplies yesterday. many say it's been difficult for their families to end's meat, and they are hoping to start the year off for help. >> i have this book bag so i don't have to ask people k i borrow your pencil? i have my own stuff to take care of it.
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>> reporter: you have had to do that before? >> yeah, many times. >> reporter: there's another free school supply giveaway again today. a day away from the state with stephen colbert. colbert said it's difficult to do late night. >> reporter: when it comes to show, stephen colbert definitely fits the bill. there's a lot of things to have if you're going to be a late night talk show host. you to have the right moves. dollars -- [ cheers ] you have to have your own unique voice. [music] >> reporter: and you have to have a cool band leader.
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>> hi, i'm jon batiste. >> reporter: stephen first cross paths with jon batiste when he was -- crossed paths with jon batiste when he was on the colbert report. >> improvisation is forever. i never know what i'm going to say. you know? you might not because you like reading scripts. [ laughter ] >> reporter: but in the end they hit all the right notes. >> what's mine is mine [music] and what's yours is yours. [music] >> and together we're doing the show. [ cheers ] [ applause ]
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>> stephen colbert and jon will be doing their first show tomorrow. >> they moved the desk. >> yeah, apparently dave always said he wanted to do that, so stephen said i will give that a shot. >> batiste seems like a riot. >> living in the city with nowhere to go. the war of words with mayor de blasio and rudy giuliani over the homeless problem. we are live in brooklyn where police are investigating a deadly stabbing ahead of the west indian day parade. the news at 6 begins right
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7th it will be hot and humid to start off your labor day. coming up. morning. we are live after two men were stabbed overnight, and there's a large police presence there on eastern parkway, and the the crowd will kick off this morning at 11:00 a.m., and we will be live. >> we have to find the person who could be that cruel to kill someone like that with no regard for life. a new clue in the search for the hit-and-run driver who killed a woman in brooklyn. marlene zotti was returning from the grocery store on sunday, crossing 9th avenue and 42nd street, and she was struck and killed, and coming up, surveillance video of the white minivan police are looking for. a change in the polls, a new poll shows bernie sanders is now leading hillary clinton in new hampshire. clinton's lead has also
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narrowed in iowa. how much of an advantage up. a dentist who killed a beloved lion is speaking out. walter palmer said he believed he had acted legally and was stunned to hear that his hunting party killed cecil the lion. the williams sisters will be facing off for the 27th time in their professional careers in the quarter finals. this moment i treasure >> a free stephen tyler concert on the streets of russia, with more of his performance coming up. >> why russia? do it here so we can watch! >> maybe john will serenade us. >> if i had a backup band.
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i only work with a band, and they got the holiday off. i'm sorry. we do have muggy conditions at 70 degrees right now, and we will see the numbers above normal all week long, and peak heat tomorrow into wednesday. scanning the skies, you would think it's a still, but that is actually a radar and satellite loop, meaning we have, you know, distilled it into an hour of data. 9, the warmup continues into your tuesday, and the thermometer may not hit 90 in the city, but it will around the area. pace yourself a lot of water today, and it's worse with the added humidity tuesday into wednesday. we will talk about that in a bit. right now, back to the desk. >> thank you, john. we begin this hour with breaking news in brooklyn. one man is dead and another injured after a stabbing while
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crowds gathered in preparation for today's west indian day parade. >> it was at grand army plaza this morning. we will go to janelle burrell who is live at the scene the. >> reporter: the crowd is starting to thin out quite a bit from what we saw earlier. thousands packed in here for the overnight celebration, and you can see the crime scene behind me. quite a few people are out here after the stabbing. police say the person who died was a 24-year-old man stabbed in his chest area, and another person, we are told, was shot. she's stable this morning at the area hospital, and people hope the violence does not overshadow what this heritage is all about. it dates back to the 1930s here in new york. the area has one of the largest west immigrant population in the tri-state area. there's going to be plenty of floats and marchers.
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2million people are expected to line up and down the eastern parkway for the food, music, and of course the dancing. >> what makes it the best parade ever? you can come along, get together, have fun, and enjoy the islands together. it's amusing. everyone can see what the caribbean islands are all about it's a big culture in the life of the west indians. >> reporter: thousands, millions really expected to be out here today for the festivities that will kick off again at 11:00 this morning here on eastern parkway, and we are expecting to see a lot of politicians and celebrity appearances as well including governor cuomo and mayor de blasio. they are taking a break right now from the overnight party, but will kick off once again later this morning. live from grand army plaza, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news.
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police hope new video will help them track down a hit-and- run driver. the images show a vehicle that struck and killed a brooklyn woman. >> reporter: police say 59-year- old marlene zotti was crossing the street with her walker and groceries when she was struck and killed by a driver who sped away. >> he's my beautiful baby. so beautiful. she has a good heart. >> reporter: newly released video shows the white minivan hitting zotti crossing at 42nd street and borough park, and her brother says they went to the grocery store together two or three timings a month. >> i usually take her there and bring her home. on this evening and other occasions she said she would be another couple of hours.
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she said go home. i will call when you're ready. the city, and former mayor rudy giuliani says the current
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matt kozar report the. >> reporter: underneath the salivated train track -- elevated train tracks, one man is there without shoes, and another is passed out on the card board. >> i couldn't live that way. 60-year-old amar man used to be homeless, but now he lives in public housing and has a job. he says you fix homelessness by improving care for the mentally ill. >> many of those in the shelters are mental patients,. >> reporter: rudy giuliani said it's the city's responsibility to get the homeless off the street, finding them treatment, shelter, and even a job, taking a shot at current mayor he wrote the so-called progressive view that people have a right to live on the salk is not only
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legally devoid of any merit, but it's inhumane and dangerous. the de blasio administration said homelessness increased by 27% under rudy giuliani's watch, and his strategy of chasing homeless new yorkers for corner to corner is ineffective and wrong. on this labor day weekend, we spotted a number of homeless on the streets, sidewalks, and parks. homeless for? >> almost about 3 or 4 years. >> reporter: andrea davis will spend her 43rd birthday this week sleepologien a -- sleeping on a subway car or street corner. with a slew of health issues and without family, she has struggled. >> how can y'all help the homeless? if you can get them a place instead of the shelter. find a place for them to stay. >> reporter: mayor bill de blasio said he's allocating $1 billion over the next 4 years
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the city. matt kozar, cbs 2 news. a wild scene at the zoo. the zoo keepers are still trying to figure out how a cheetah escaped his exhibit. find out where he was hiding and where he is headed. pope francis with a plea
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good morning. 6:12. 71degrees out there. welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning. it's time to check with john elliott and the forecast. john, looking like a beautiful sunrise there. >> a beautiful shot from coney island. >> great time to go. great summer for coney island and the jersey shore communities. it great for the vendors and folks who rely on it for the morning. good morning to you and our weather watchers, checking in, some die hards. we have 61, and this is cool. cool in more than one ways, and barry has 56. always a cooler reading there. cool pocket, and 17 days without rain. yeah, that's a problem. we were hoping for rain thursday into friday. jena has 76 in yonkers.
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i also like this, talking about the dog days of summer, i wanted to share this from dana. this is little gia. gia is taking it easy for the labor day weekend. i'm going to guess that gia, come right up hire, she knows spectacular. suit off later. it's warm for the dogs. they need extra water today, tomorrow, and into wednesday as well. i appreciate you sending in the pictures, and good morning to rob and jestina. i found out late yesterday she's a distant cousin to the late pope john paul. jen, of course, did i cut you
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off? [ laughter ] 55 in walden. 89 later today in the city. above normal? you bet. 79 is the normal. we will not see that all week. not a record breaker. tomorrow it could tie it in the city. sun is setting at 7:19. speaking of said sun, 7 is the uv forecast, and that mean the burn time 30 minutes, make sure you have the sunscreen on, and if you're in and out of the surf or the pool, reapply it. kids have to have that on. high pressure dominating our weather, the slow moving front off to the north and west, and we should be able to break through late wednesday into thursday and friday. that's when we will see more of an unsettled period. the big ridge of high pressure moving offshore. you will see the southwest flow enforced, tapping into more humidity, and you will really start to feel it. 9 today, overnight tonight,
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muggy and uncomfortable with the higher dew points of 72. 92, hot and humid, and that will again be the case on wednesday, and it's cooler, but it's very muggy, so we are hoping that will pay off with showers and storms thursday andrea? >> john, thank you. now campaign 2016, and a new poll shows bernie sanders is now leading hillary clinton. clinton scored 32% to sanders' 41%. donald trump leads with 28% and john kasich has 12%, followed by ben carson with 11%. france has agreed to take in 24,000 syrian refugees. over the weekend germany welcomed nearly 12,000 from
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hungary and austria with more on the way. europe's richest countries promised all migrants will be able to apply for asylum. many will be given instruction skills. the pope said every catholic perish and sanctuary should shelter family. families of their own. the the president is expected to sign a bill that gives employees work on federal contracts paid sick leave including 300,000 people who do not currently receive that benefit, and it will allow the employees to use the leave to care for sick relatives. a muslim woman was suspended from her job for
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refusing to sell alcohol beliefs. cheri converted to islam 2 years ago but only recently learned that her faith prevents her from serving alcohol. she worked out an arrangement with coworkers to sell the alcohol instead but another flight attendant filed a complaint saying she was not fulfilling her duties. the company said they embrace and respected the values of all team members. cheetahs at one idaho will be inside todd as officials try to figure out how one of the big cats escaped. pounce was laying outside of its exhibit. it was behind a barrier so pounce could not get to visitors. >> cheetah was laying in landscaped area. >> reporter: it jumped from the main enclosure and found comfort in this grassy area.
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>> the zoo was shut down for an hour until the subdued cheetah went into its exhibit. staying clean without showering, one man's hygiene regime and why he says it works. the city topping new york as the one friendliest in the
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geouofheas g fs. 6:21. 72degrees out there, and morning. just a few days a a drone interrupted the action at the distraction this fast-moving squirrel found its way on to one of the courts yesterday, doubles match. eventually he decided to go a watch from the stands like everyone else. >> wonder how he got in there to begin with. >> rascally little squirrel. you feel bad for the little guy. he's like what is going on? >> i wanted a closer look, but they stopped playing. >> i think i'm the old est guy on tv all day. it's grandma moses day. started painting late in life, and you're never too old.
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go out and have fun and paint a picture today. we are painting with a broad summer brush today, over the next few. hazy son today. and it was a muggy morning. in the city, by lunchtime, already 83, feeling like 90 or 90 plus this afternoon, and hitting the high of 89. you're in the going to the city, you're going to the pool. more humid today, bring extra spf, and don't forget the buddy system if you're going to the beach. the moderate rip current risk for long island and a low risk for new jersey, but plenty of company. heat and humidity will dominate tuesday. more in a built. >> what a great weekend for people who have the long weekend. >> we have always talked about people going to the beach and the mountains, and it's beautiful here as well. >> john, thank you. a morning shower may be part of your daily routine, but not for one massachusetts man.
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he says he has not take an shower in more than a dozen years. he claims he is still clean. dave helped found a company that says spraying live bacteria on your skin is all you need. they have a mist that contains bacteria. you should spray it on your skin twice a day. whitlock does not miss bathing. >> no one has done clinical trails on people taking showers every day. what's the basis for assuming that's a healthy practice? >> reporter: whitlock says the key is restoring the good bacteria to our skin that has been stripped away from excessive cleaning 126789 years is a long time without the shower. >> i'm curious about the hair? does it work for the hair? >> i don't think it would help us. >> thank you for trying. 6:24. the new york mets are gearing
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up for a make-or-break series after dropping two against the marlins. >> and the yankees power against the rays. the yankees host the orioles, and the mets start a big series with the nationals today. yesterday both serena and venus won for the u.s. open setting up a matchup for tuesday. it's a great sign when it's labor day weekend and you're in the playoff hunt. the yankees right now are in the hunt. brian mccann helping the yankees come back after being done. the bluejays also won, and they remain a game and a half back. mets are just 4 glimes up in their division. the marlins with a walkoff win. 2 of 3 for the win this weekend, setting up a crucial series for the mets who travel to the second-place nationals today. that's your cbs 2 sports update.
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i'm steve overmyer. have a good day. kyle hutchens and his family were fishing with a 10- foot hammerhead shark swan by. >> he had his foot over the side, and he he was like dude, i just got bit. >> this is the latest in the string of shark sights in weeks. >> what a lucky guy. lucky he's going to be okay. thousands gathered over the weekend to celebrate moscow's 867th birthday. one of them was so inspired by a street performer, he decided to join in and sing along. you don't want to fall asleep, and i don't want to miss a thing >> that's stephen tyler belting
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out his tune. i'm pretty sure he just messed up the words. [ laughter ] i will have to watch that again. tyler gave the guy a high five and posed for a picture with him. i would be so excited. >> that guitarist does not look nervous at all. >> good for them. travel and leisure readers weighed in on the least friendly cities in the world, two happy to be in our area. of the 266 cities ranked, new york city was number six. new yorkers are not the kindest to strangers. one said new york has everything but don't is ask a person on the street to help you find it. >> atlantic city was second only behind moscow, russia, and readers said it's fun if you gamble and like rude people. >> all need to know is stay to the right. new yorkers are friendly.
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today's top stories coming up, including breaking news for brooklyn. a deadly start to the west indian day parade. a live shot coming up. i need to focus on what my job is. >> tom brady speaks out for the first time since the judge overturned his 4-game suspension. much more ahead on cbs 2 news
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this morning.
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out the pumpkin spice latte, but it's 90 degrees outside it's probably too hot for pumpkin spice, but it feels early. i love everything pumpkin, but it feels early. >> that's why i wear my hair orange. >> all year around. >> i was at home depot, and there's already christmas stuff out. >> it's really out of hand. >> you said you started your christmas shopping. you said that earlier this morning. >> come on! >> you're making us look bad. mary calvi starts the shopping during the valentine's day sale. >> you has like 1,000 family members to buy for. >> she may be shopping right now.
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will feel like summer today. the high uv, and we need the water today. more tomorrow. in the city right now, it's nice, comfortable, and muggy. that dew point is starting to creep up. relative humidity right now, 81%. it's quiet out there. big ridge of high pressure is dominating our weather. keeping us dry and warm today. 9, some of us in the low 90s, and with more humidity in the atmosphere, it will feel like the low 80s out there we will see neither rain nor snow today, but we will tell you why we are celebrating both on this day in history. >> whew! john, thank you so much. break news in brooklyn, one plan is dead and another injured after a stabbing while crowds gathered in preparation for the west indian day parade. >> it was in grand
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are plaza earlyier this morning -- the grand plaza earlier this morning. janelle burrell is live. >> reporter: the brooklyn library area is now a crime scene after the fight that ended with a 24-year-old man stabbed and killed and a 21- back. he's still stable and recovering at at area hospital this morning. they say they have not had any arrests in the case so far, but the people are out here, hoping the incident does not overshadow behalf today is really all about on the eastern parkway. the parade will start at 11:00 this morning. they expect 2 million people to line the parkway with the marchers and revelers taking part in the festivities, food, and celebration. all to celebrate the culture and tradition of the west
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indian area and caribbean area as well. >> reporter: it's fun. what part are you looking forward to the most? >> dancing, just having a good time. >> i like jerk chicken and jerk pork. >> it's home away from home. >> reporter: now we have seen a number of street sweepers making their way through here, cleaning up the streets ahead of the festivities from this morning. it's the calm before the real party at 11:00 this morning. they expect a lot of people to be here including the mayor and governor. a lively day ahead. >> janelle, thank you. the west indian day parade means summer is coming to an end, but it's going out on a high note, and the weather is
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bringing out the clouds by the mass. >> reporter: coney island is perfect, making it no surprise to see it a busy place as hoorah! >> ready to say good-bye to summer? not me. it's depressing. >> after this, back to work, back to reality, and it's over. >> reporter: juan luke squeezed in every moment of summer fun he could. while the children get ready to go back to school, it's a new way for this mother and her 2- year-old daughter miracle. >> she's going to school for the first time. getting new supplies. >> reporter: surprisingly we did find a few people ready for the fall. the.
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>> reporter: and beyond -- i want to wish you a merry christmas from the bottom of my heart >> reporter: you still have several days to enjoy summer since it technically ends on september 22nd, but after that you have to let it go. >> well played, hazel. if you plan on swimming off the jersey shore today b aware of rip currents. the national weather service says there's a moderate risk of the currents norming. beach goers should only swim in the areas where life guards are present, and talk about the potential hazards. community leaders were out in one neighborhood describing the suspect in one attack. surveillance video shows the man hiding in the bushes around 4:30 wednesday morning. >> when the 35-year-old woman walks by, he follows her.
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several blocks later he attacked and raped and robbed her. >> something like this usually does not happen in jackson heights, but when it does, the community comes together. we will capture that person and put that person in jail. >> place the man drug the woman into a walking path between two houses to commit the crime. support for the iran nuclear agreement is growing. yesterday colin powell announced he's in favor of the deal. he called it a good deal to reduce the threat of iran getting a nuclear weapon. the lead over the democratic national committee also endorsed the deal. today begins the fifth day of jail for kim davis. her attorneys officially appealed the ruling. she refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses of the
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federal courts ruled that same- sex marriage was legal. walter palmer will be returning to his dental practice after becoming the target of protests and death fleds. he said he was surprised by the legally. for the first time tom brady spoke to the media. >> it's obviously been a long 7 months for everybody, but i think now the goal is to focus on what my job is and what i need to go out there and do to help our family win, and, you know, anything that has happened for the last 7 months, obviously i have a lot of personal feelings, and i really don't care to share many of those. >> the nfl says that they will appeal the court's decision. time now, 6:39.
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falling tree branch in the tri- could they put you in inge dangerrer in the warning signs to look -- could they put you in danger? the warning signs to look out for. [text message alert] [crashing] [sirens]
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every cup has a story. dunkin' k-cup packs in my life -- we're a good fit. a single serving for myself, it's pretty special. it is like having a dunkin' store in my home which is what i've always dreamed of. bring home delicious dunkin' k-cup packs today. your coffee, your dunkin'. look at that gorgeous shot of the sun on this monday, labor day, september 7th, and it's 6:42. 70degrees out there, and by the live picture out there, john, it looks like it's going to be a great day. >> it's going to be another glorious day. >> great day for experiments in
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the studio. >> i did a chemical experiment with my hot cocoa. it didn't pay off. it's goggle day, and you can probably goggle that. we will not see rain today. just sun. i have to say hello to angelo galeki working. angelo lost over 100 pounds, and we were chatting on saturday, and just to show me how committed he is, he dropped and gave me 25 pushups. angelo, we appreciate you watching is. right now, winds out of the
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southwest at 6. jersey city, 61. 70 at jfk right now. edison is at 55. monticello, 55, greenwich, 6 a. the numbers compared to yesterday, without exception as warm or warmer. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 degrees warmer, humidity. guess what? more of that to look forward to over the next few days. it's sticky tomorrow, and then wind the combination of the heat and humidity is putting it on full court press. get ready for this the pollen count is high today, tomorrow, and wednesday. we are hoping for relief in the foreman of rain on thursday, and hot holiday today. the southwest wind just reenforced tomorrow with more humidity, and then wednesday,
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really like a sauna out there, waiting for the front to push through. we will see more activity thursday into friday. some of the models bring in rain on wednesday. i think that's optimistic. we will see cooler temperatures into the weekend, but i'm glad you have the day off from work today. if you deponent, have a nice cool -- if you don't, have a nice cool one. new surveillance video of a woman wanted for two robberies in the bronx. on august 17th she approached a woman in the stairwell of the apartment building on elliot place. when the victim refused to give her anything, she pulled out a knife and threatened to cut her. she took off with $80. two days prior she stole another woman's cell phone inside of gerard avenue. the summer drought is leading to dangerous decay throughout the tri-state area. valerie castro with more on why the problem is worse. >> you can see it's turning
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orange and the leaves are turning brown. >> reporter: ralph says the signs of draught are all around, making the trees dangerous. >> it could be a domino effect of the last 3 years in a row, new year it's bad. heat, the light intensity, and lack of water, you know, are ganging up on the trees. >> reporter: the death and failures. a man was driving in the bronx when a tree branch broke loose. >> it suddenly fell on top of my car while i was driving. no way to avoid it. >> reporter: on friday in bryant park. >> it fell there, and it came straight down. >> reporter: a tree limb snapped and hurt five people.
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a worker was hospitalized in serious condition after van here. pedea seeing the leaves brown right now means the tree is not getting the moisture it needs. homeowners should check for signs of decline like dead branches and brown leaves. they will determine if the tree can be saved or if it needs to come down. ticket scalpers are trying to profit off the pope's planned visit to the united states, but not with tickets to see him. they are selling tickets in the philadelphia for up to four times their face value. the scalpers have them on craigslist for $40, but there's no need to pay the premium
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because the train tickets are not sold out, and you can buy them on the website for the standard $10 fare. look for live coverage of the pope's visit here on cbs 2 cbsnewyork.com. the holiday weekend has been less stan stellar, but it brought out a front runner. >> united -- you need to do your fight in prayer. >> war room made $9 million in the opening day weekend. straight out of compton pulled out $8.5 million, and a walk in the woods with 8.3 million. mission impossible, and the transporter refueled rounded out the top 5. new yorkersed to go out--
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new yorkers decided to go out to brazilian day yesterday. everyone was encouraged to wear the colors of brazil. syria and venus will be playing each other for the quarter final -- serena and venus will be playing each other for the quarter finals on tuesday. >> i wonder what it's like to be a family member for them. >> one takes one, and the other takes the other. coming up, see how a group of local children got a helping hand for the coming psychological year. and steve overmyer with your sports update.
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6:52, beautiful shot there of coney island, and welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning. it will be a great day out there. we hope you can get out and enjoy it. speaking that, over to john elliott with the forecast. >> i love that shot, and let that be a lesson to you. if you're using your iphone to take shots, use silhouettes of the sun. make sure you tap it right. in the city right now, a different kind of camera capturing the same, sunny scene. we tested this, and it's brilliant sunshine. winds out of the southwest at 8 miles an hour, and today, the unofficial end to summer, a real winner. we hope for rain thursday into friday. 3inches below normal since the first of up, wrapping it up with 9 and a lot of sun. get out of the sunscreen and go have a good one.
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back to you guys. some children are getting a helping hand as they prepare to go back to school this week. 200 students in newark got a free backpack filled with school supplies yesterday. many kids said it's been difficult for their father and mother to make ends meat. they hope to start off on the right foot. >> i have this book bag, and i don't have to ask people, can i borrow your pencil? can i borrow your pencil. i have my own stuff to take care of it. >> reporter: you have had to do that before? >> uh-uh, a lot of times. >> there's another free cool supply give away later today. let's check in on cbs this morning. >> good morning. we will talk about hillary clinton's newest trouble in the polls as bernie sander the gains support.
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lee child is in studio 57 with a preview of his latest novel. and a closer look at the fallout from the pillow fight at west point that left the cadets bloodied. 6:55. what you need to know before
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you go, next. good morning to you all. 6:58. beautiful shot of the city skyline. welcome back to cbs 2 news. here's what you need to know before you go. west indian day parade got off to a violent start in brooklyn. one man is dead and another was injured as the day was starting. this is the white minivan believed to be the one that hit marlene zotti just after midnight on sunday. the 59-year-old was returning from the grocery store when she was hit. funeral services will be held today for an illinois police officer as the search continues for his killer. he was shot last studio after
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radioing he was shot by three suspects on foot. when other officers arrived they found him with the gun shot wound. scott stringer and melissa mark-viverito will be in puerto rico with major de blasio to talk about the economy. it will be a toasty tuesday. all the young people going back to school. they just can't wait to get back to school. it will be touch for them tuesday into wednesday. peak heat tomorrow and on wednesday. those forces combining to prime the atmosphere for the arrival of a front that should usher in needed rain, and then ultimately into the weekend, and cooler temperatures as

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