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stone why >> sounds cliche, but every, single thing we did that did things i have done in my life and my friends did in their lives that were with me it all came together as one that day. >> reporter: police don't see any connection between the paris case and this street fight. >> this incident is a very unfortunate altercation between two groups of folks who were enjoying the night life in midtown sacramento. this incident is not related to terrorism >> would not speculate on what triggered the and had limited descriptions on the they was once. >> he is treated for to threatening they >> the stone tendon hand and needed stitches to close a knife wound to the neck. now he is in serious condition with injuries including a collapsed lung and stab wounds to his upper body. he is expected to
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no the he the brennan, news. some tonight attempted of a bridgeport, suspect identified and the in 17- girl a walking jumped escape that was caught on camera. police girl the not a controversial arrest in brooklyn and it's caught on camera. now there are questions about the behavior of some nypd officers. cbs 2's sonia rincon has this story. >> reporter: the video shows an emt getting help from two cops as he gets revenge on suspect daniel sheriff sheng shevchenko and gets the stolen phone back . >> it's the subject of
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an internal affairs investigation. it's in their domain. >> reporter: the civilian complaint review board this week decided excessive force was used in the james blake case. dennis flores says not only did cops go overboard here too, officers from the same precinct were involved in this rough arrest of a pregnant woman in the neighborhood. >> there are no celebrities here in sunset park. james blake is not here. we are no getting apologies. we get just empty promises about change. >> shevchenko's arrest wasn't his first. >> reporter: court documents show he pleaded guilty five times to stealing items from parked cars in brooklyn including this case. he has also been arrested on drug charges for for assaulting his mother -- and for assaulting his mother on staten island. neighbors have no sympathy for him. >> he got what he deserved. i would have beat him. >> kick him if you ask me. >> reporter: cbs 2's scott rapoport caught up with the brother of the emt. what do
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you think when you hear the news? >> i got to give him a call. if he answers. >> reporter: are you surprised that that >> hell, reporter: for a private company, not the city. and he is in brooklyn, rincon, cbs three men are in custody tonight after a shootout in brooklyn with police. the was at and officers their work. 2's andrea from fort greene. >> reporter: you look unmarked covered in bullet holes and broken glass, it's hard to believe that three plainclothes nypd officers inside were heard reporter: the 10:45 when at two of three men opened fire on police near park avenue and in police officers in of they turned the car around, suspects the
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cops we're told shot back and the suspects fled. police say they found this .45- caliber gun under a nearby car. >> there was a bag recovered from the scene, a pink piece of luggage, i believe it belongs to these three individuals. in that bag was a considerable amount of ammunition. >> reporter: around 8 a.m., the nypd and u.s. marshals descended on this nearby building 46th st. edwards street where they took one of the suspects into custody according to police. they found another at beth israel hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg and the third in an unknown location in brooklyn. all the men are in their early 20s. many people who live and work in the area are disgusted the suspects would open fire. >> it's horrible. who does that? >> again, i say it again. >> who shoots at police for what? >> reporter: several say they are also glad no residents were shot. the three officers involved were taken to the hospital and treated for ringing in their ears. in fort
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greene, brooklyn, andrea grymes, cbs 2 news. senate democrats will launch another push to stop gun violence. they want to strengthen background checks and close loopholes . senator charles schumer says 85% of americans support universal background checks. and the reforms are aimed to keep guns away from people who shouldn't have them. >> felons, people adjudicated mentally ill, those who have abused their spouses should not get a gun. no one else is affected. >> democrats also want to make sure that straw purchases are illegal. that is when someone buys a firearm for someone else. also on capitol hill, house republicans are in chaos scrambling tonight after the front- runner to become speaker of the house abruptly dropped out. cbs 2's craig boswell reports. >> i think i shocked some of you, huh? >> reporter: congressman kevin mccarthy the
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leading favorite to become the next speaker of the house has taken himself out of the race. >> if we are going to unite and be strong, we need a new face to help do that. >> reporter: his fellow republicans were stunned. >> we were all in shock! the room was in total silence. >> this came as a complete shock to everyone, including people who around kevin mccarthy's close team. they seemed as shocked as anyone. we have to have a speaker. we cannot allow this type of chaos. we can't allow a small minority of 30 or 35 people to hijack the house of representatives. >> reporter: speaker john boehner who had thrown his support behind mccarthy has postponed the vote to replace him for now. boehner recently announced his resignation under pressure for party conservatives. he is scheduled to leave congress at the end of the month amid looming fiscal deadlines. mccarthy says his comments linking the benghazi select committee to hillary clinton's poll numbers helped lead him decision. >> that wasn't helpful. i could have said it much better. >> reporter: mccarthy's decision
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upends the race that now has no clear front- runner. florida's daniel web officer and jason chafe its chaffvitz are in the race. mccarthy's endorsement will be watched. >> i believe he will be the most influential voice as to who we can get to get to 218. >> reporter: mccarthy is expected to stay on as house majority leader. in washington, craig boswell, cbs 2 news. >> john boehner says he will stay on until choose his successor. a closer look now at the fiery tanker truck crash on the new jersey turnpike. the truck was carrying 8500 gallons and exploded ball kearney. was killed. cbs 2's to who crash and on when i gave me explanation to the it reporter:
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the trucker whose dashcam video captured a tanker swerving hitting a guardrail and crashing then bursting know flames on the new jersey turnpike now releasing more video giving a glimpse into what happened moments before. a cargo van with mattresses and box springs on top driving on the northbound lanes. the tanker truck passing by the dashcam. >> i originally thought an suv cut in front of the truck at the last second. >> reporter: now kevin seen here trying the the his video shows another car one mattresses loose on the a car maybe sort of kind of lane a to try to avoid the mattress and was brake. sure other driver saw. you get this close, it's avoid of think it that miss car. >> reporter: that truck
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indiscernible bill owns training school for truckers. he too with gallons of fuel it was tip drivers have to quarter the road especially for brake prevent last he you prevent in jersey, cbs2 not revved up about a proposal for a massive showroom dealership on long island. cbs 2's jennifer mclogan reports tonight from nassau county. >> motorcycle riders are given a bad rap. >> reporter: jason thinks the uproar sun founded. he support -- is unfounded. he supports opening another motored cycle dealership on jericho turnpike. >> i would support it. >> reporter: neighborhood outcry is loud. some here telling the village board to take a hike. a davidson the
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heart of their community, they fear noise, traffic and even fundraisers like these that feature bikini bik washes. >> it's not the proper venue for a motorcycle place with families in the area. >> reporter: soon the historic miller brothers plumbing and heating will sell and vacate the lot that was occupied since 1924. >> i would love to see the building still there. >> reporter: it's across from a church, library and park. an application is in the works to tear it down and replace it with a 98,000- square- foot two floor motorcycle facility. >> it gets loud. >> i'm not a fan of motorcycles. >> it's a matter of safety. >> reporter: miracle mile harley- davidson of great neck wants to relocate and is the potential buyer saying the customer base goes from mineola to new hyde park where there are already several dealers. >> to have another driven may not hurt. the
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>> leave slow internet behind. the knicks are in the middle of a soap on from a. >> their head coach embroiled in a love triangle! drama. >> and when it spills over into the workplace that's not a good sign for derek fisher. action they wanted. involved in a former teammate and former teammate's ex-wife. sounds like hollywood. it happened in los angeles over the weekend. >> here's how the soap opera developed. the knicks had an off day sunday. so fisher, who is divorcing his wife, told the team he was headed to los angeles to see his children. he didn't make it back to new york for monday's practice. the team citing personal reasons for his absence. then yesterday, reports surfaced that fisher was at a house party with gloria govan the estranged wife of his former laker teammate matt barnes in the house the
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barnes got in a car and drove 95 miles to the house after 6- year-old sons informed him that fisher was there. they had a fistfight. fisher left. no details after practice. >> personal and private things happened in people's lives good or bad sometimes. you, you know, it will remain that way as far as commenting and making statements publicly. >> what's your relationship with fisher? >> we were friends. we were good friends at one point. >> are you good friends now? >> we were good friends at one point. >> reporter: the issue for fans is fisher missed practice on monday and the team is in the middle of training camp after the worst season in team history. fisher said there was an issue with his flight and that's why he didn't make it back in time. >> people who work in new york city who have families in other cities are back on the west coast and you work six days you have the 7th day off you go back to visit family and you come back to work on monday morning and that was my plan and it didn't work out that way for reasons that were
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not in my control. >> he left training camp and missed practice because he wanted to go see his girlfriend and that's a major problem. and the type of problem that a lot of guys should get fired over. >> he should suspended. >> he got to get focused or personally i would tell phil jackson to get him out. some people are better players than they are coaches. >> matt barnes says the nba is investigating so he couldn't go into details. and as you saw during today's press conference, there didn't appear to be any visible injuries on fisher's face. and he has not ruled out pressing charges against barnes which would obviously drag in on and on and on. more details will come out. >> gosh. >> all about playing basketball now. let's get down to basketball. >> that's what we thought. >> definitely. >> triangle offense. [ laughter ] >> the triangle offense, man. can't make it up. >> got it. thank you. [ laughter ] all right. changing gears here, major recall involving highchairs to
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safety first issued a recall for 35,000 highchairs following reports that kids were able to remove the trays and fall out. the company received reports of tray removal. the recall affects three models sold over two years between may of 2013 and may of 2015. you can find the models affected at complaints and controversy over a pirate ship being sold at toy stores. it contains a miniature metal collar supposed to go around a black passenger's neck. cbs 2's matt kozar has more on this. >> this right here was found >> reporter: only after pirate ship for her 5-year-old son did ida notice the figure with the metal color around his neck. >> you cannot have this specific accessory and call it anything else. you can google it and look it up. is.
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>> reporter: the dark skinned character has no shoes and tattered pants. lockett says the item came from toys 'r us and cost around $90. the maker of the ship playmobile based in germany said in a statement, the pirate figure is clearly a crew member on the pirate ship and not a captive. the figure was meant to represent a pirate who was a former slave in a historical context. it was not our intention to offend anyone in any way. >> i know that they would be crazy to have done anything like this intentionally. >> rich gottlieb says the european company was attempting to show multiculturalism by having a black pirate but missed the mark by including the color accessory. >> i don't think europeans have a sensitivity to race that we do because they don't have our history. >> we found the pirate ship for sale at an upper west side toy shop but the owner didn't want to talk on the record for this story saying only she received no complaints from customers.
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is. >> considering i'm half black and puerto rican, i would say that yeah, she might be a little sensitive on what a slave looks like. >> reporter: as for ida lockett? >> i'm going to axe to speak to the manager and axe him not to support this particular product. >> reporter: a product she says is insensitive. >> gottlieb, the toy expert that matt spoke with says it's unlikely the company will pull it's more likely that they will make changes to subsequent versions or revise the directions. let's talk weather now. lonnie is here talking about some rain in the forecast. lonnie. >> you're right. we have been talking about the rain all week long. it would get here on friday. it's still going to get here on friday. let me show you how it will work out. nowhere close. mostly sunny 66 degrees right now. this is what the vortex satellite and radar is picking up on radar. no rain out there. satellite showing you, you know, a few clouds. you had them earlier in the day, right? mostly sunny, faded away a bit. nice looking evening out there. bigger picture will show you
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where the rain is. it's still off to our west. it's this front right now making its way through northern michigan so there will be some rain for us, yes. that's all parts of our day but it's going to be on-again, off-again. it's not like a wall of water through here. north of our area. the tail end will slide through so i put a rain chance in so this is what i think you should plan on and expect. there will be periods of showers for your day tomorrow. it is not a washout but i want you to bring the umbrella. rainfall amounts they are lower now. a storm could develop. good news it clears out late and looks like a good saturday out there. no problems out there, more clouds. >> over to you. it is a convention like no other. comic books sci-fi and crazy characters collide at comic- con.
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>> closet full of clothes but nothing to wear? i'll have three items to buy on a budget to upgrade your fall wardrobe. >> first though, dana tyler with a look ahead at the news at 6:00. reporter: hello from our live feed room. tonight at 6:00, a different angle on a story you saw just a few minutes ago. this arrest caught on surveillance video in brooklyn involving police. tonight, at 6:00, cbs 2's marcia kramer talks to police commissioner bill bratton and mayor de blasio about the use of force by the nypd. they had a lot to say about this. also tonight, from a mansion to a mosque, new plans for a home in westchester county are creating controversy in one yonkers neighborhood.
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6:00. connect with us on facebook and twitter and stream your news on the go at cbs news, new expect more anytime anywhere. it's back. new york comic-con at the javits center. for the past decade fans have been able to get up close and personal with their favorite superheros. cbs 2's jill nicolini went to check things out. >> this is my boyfriend the joker. we're from pokemon. >> you have a chance to be your own soup hero. over 160,000 fans here. we have four days of panels and we have more exhibitors than anyone can shake a stick at.
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we have so much programming there's something here for everyone. >> reporter: fans from all over the world come to the comic come because? >> all the costumes. all the amazing artists and panels and this wonderful community and the crazy characters. >> everyone is so friendly. they don't care how you dress. >> reporter: it's all about the costumes and camaraderie and getting into the fan dom. >> reporter: what do you love about comic-con so much? >> the women in their costumes. >> we are going to have duchovny, cranston, bat men. >> reporter: they also have over 60 different tv packages and stars like sarah michelle geller get to talk to fans. >> there's going to be an "x files" panel and batman panel but i'm not allowed to disclose the details. you will have to find out. >> i love comics and meeting people. >> reporter: you can check out artist alley.
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>> it's a place for artists to meet the fans and a great market for us to sell original artwork and sketches. >> it's a big family events for us. >> love to see the shows and comics. >> reporter: check out the trading cards section and try new videogames like this "star wars" battle time. on the west side, jill nicolini, cbs 2 news. tickets to comic-con sold out. but there are still tickets to many super week events that you can get. >> i love the passion like they are into it. >> definitely have it. >> and not halfway. all in. >> all in. >> if you are going to do it, do it. >> i was exploring their website the other day and there's so much happening there that if you are kind of a novice to the whole thing, you will get lost. >> totally overwhelming. good time had by all. still ahead, it's not what a dad-to-be expected to hear from his wife on the way to the hospital >> you know what? you got to stop or you got to find a place because the baby is coming.
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how this mom took control and took a very special delivery into her own hands in a cbs 2 exclusive. >> a consulate attacked and now we are getting a first look at the suspects. >> and then farm-to-table takes flight. why there's now produce sprouting up at jfk airport. with the help of comfort keepers, i'm keeping my mom healthy! i'm keeping dad on schedule. i'm keeping my mom happy! comfort keepers in-home professional caregivers can provide meal planning and preparation, health and wellness services and personal care services through custom care plans that can change as needs change, so your aging loved ones can
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a ride turns into a baby delivery in their car. good evening, i'm kristine johnson. >> welcome back. i'm maurice dubois. that unexpected detour happened on the runway to the hospital. >> cbs 2's carolyn gusoff has the exclusive story from huntington. >> reporter: she is an experienced mother but what she experienced wednesday was a first. >> never seen it in my life. >> reporter: they headed out in the ford explorer two contractions five hours apart. >> we were moving slowly. but the baby is coming. i say are you sure? you know what?
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>> i can't wait for the hospital. >> reporter: midway to the hospital, they ran out of time. they pulled out at the first sign of help this police station but it was closed under construction! then they realized they had no service on their cell phones. >> it's baby coming out. >> reporter: so they did what mankind has done from time immemorial. >> i did it. and i hold it. >> reporter: and where was dad? >> nervous. he go out and call the police. >> reporter: so who delivered this baby? >> mom. you know, do it by herself. >> reporter: then came music to their ears and not from the car radio. >> when you come here the baby born, they say, you have to cry. he had to cry. like cry, cry, cry! oh, it cried. it's fine. >> reporter: 7-pound angie arrived on route 25a on oyster bay cove. police arrived three minutes later. >> she is going to have a good story to tell. >> yeah! >> reporter: a do-it-yourself
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first even for the nurses. >> she told us all she wasn't nervous because she watched it all on youtube and she knew exactly what to do. is good. >> fine, yay! baby being good. >> reporter: little angie's roadside delivery spared her mom a scheduled c-section. in huntington, long island, carolyn gusoff, cbs 2 news. >> the glen cove couple will welcome their baby home tomorrow. >> quite a story. >> takes over. adorable little person. >> anything for your baby. >> you know it. new information tonight as we continue here. police are looking for these two men. they are accused of vandalizing the mexican consulate in midtown. investigators say the suspects splashed red paint on to the building's facade on east 39th street at fifth avenue. the ambassador says it happened as security guards changed shifts last week. the suspects are believed to be in their 20s. a mother and her young son
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found dead in their jersey city apartment. the five-year-old child's grandfather collapsed with grief in front of the home on lincoln street when he heard the news. police responding to a 911 call found the boy and his mother unresponsive in their second floor apartment. they were later pronounced dead at christ hospital. >> it's a sad, sad story because i know like i have seen the mother and the child going to school and for shopping and all those things. but it's a sad story. >> so far police are investigating this death or the deaths as suspicious. according to reports, air quality tests of the home came back negative for carbon monoxide. layoff notices go out to employees at an historic long island inn. 175 workers at the miller ridge inn in jericho could be out of work soon. the layoff notices are required by law. talks are unway to keep it open and talk of historic cal preservation.
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it dates back to the 1600s and is a popular spot for family gatherings. something is sprouting up at kennedy airport. new at 5:30, jetblue has created a 24,000-square-foot farm just outside its terminal. cbs 2's dave carlin says eventually, you will be able to enjoy some of the produce that's growing there. reporter: it's part of the job for these jetblue employees and they dig it pulling potatoes out of the soil at an airport terminal. yes, this urban farm is right in the center of kennedy airport. >> they are 1,000 potato plants that are going to produce 1,000 pounds of potato every season. >> reporter: they are fans of their organically grown spuds which are blue inside. >> he never seen one in my life. it's exciting. i can't wait to cook them. >> i think it's awesome. this is new york city. one is not expecting to have blue potatoes growing in their backyards.
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potatoes are said to be rich in antioxidants. the farm has thousands of plants stretching across the concourse. >> it's produce that is going to be given away to hundreds of families in the local community. >> reporter: what's grown here will go to food banks and some of it will also be available for passengers as on board snacks. airport travelers are glad to see this take off. >> i think it's definitely an interesting idea putting a farm in an airport. i think that if it's good for the environment and away for kids to learn. >> the farm was three years in the making. >> jetblue had to first convince skeptical airport officials that it would not interfere with operations. for now, passengers can only viewed farm from afar. reasons. carlin, cbs 2 news. >> fresh produce. >> it would be nice to have time. usually running late to the airport. >> i thought you meant thyme. i thought were you making a time. >> what's the other one that comes with that? >> what? >> no idea.
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>> brain-dead, right? [ laughter ] >> thyme and fennel, et cetera. >> okay. all right. still ahead here at 5:00, thankful for a shark bite? bitten and bleeding after an attack in the water. how it saved his life. >> and what does one of the best kitchens in america look like? find out when we wander through this 1400-square-foot room in "living large." >> and today in history, something for yankees fans to cheer. it was this day in 1956 don larson pitched a perfect game in the world series.
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dodgers in game 5, 2-0. we are the largest and most diverse school district in america! yet we are one!
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one thousand eight hundred schools! sharing one common goal. help all kids succeed. we're new york city public school teachers. taking learning to the next level. and parents and the community are on board! all coming together... one. to celebrate the passion and promise of our public schools. i'm michael mulgrew, president of the united federation of teachers. cmon! join us! in tonight's "living large" we visit a mansion in greenwich, connecticut. 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms and a kitchen. here's cbs 2's emily smith. >> reporter: it's four stories
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in 2007 with classic details. >> nice to meet you. i'm joanne mancuso. the focal point is this three- story rotunda that brings in gorgeous light to every floor. >> reporter: 20 people can easily dine in this room. >> as you can see, it can spill over into the terrace. >> reporter: antique oak floors make up the living room and french doors open to an all mahogany study. then you enter the 1400- square-foot kitchen. >> this was actually nominated this year by hdtv as the best kitchen in america. they use that sink to chill raw seafood and champagne. an outdoor covered sitting area, you can be anytime of year because of the fireplace so you have this grand double staircase that leads to the private bedroom level.
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bedroom has charming moldings to stay with the classic theme. into the master bathroom a spa tub sits front and center overlooking a terrace. >> we have two custom dressing rooms. this has a center island, area, as well. >> reporter: it's not a made for entertaining. >> we call this the grotto. so this is the covered dining area. >> reporter: watch movies or tv in a beautiful home theater. >> perfect on a rainy day. just need your popcorn. >> reporter: or choose a bottle of wine in a 10,000 bottle cellar. then take a seat and enjoy by a cozy fire. >> you can see where the beautiful resort living comes into play. >> reporter: it's a waterfall pool surrounded by ambience that exudes the ease of entertaining. to live large in greenwich, connecticut, it will cost you
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how about that kitchen? >> love it. i would live in the kitchen. >> wouldn't leave. >> no. >> it would be good. >> set up a bed. >> tv, everything. all right. >> some runners turn to them to prevent pain but a new study questions whether some people really need orthotics in their shoes. >> plus, the disease that has chemotherapy. >> first, dana tyler is here now with a look at what we're 6:00. >> reporter: kristine and maurice, high school drama in new jersey but it doesn't involve students. an assistant coach at st. joseph regional high school is accused of getting into a scuffle with a player's mother. also the celebrity chef with the restaurant in manhattan who is facing child pornography charges tonight. and a windshield washer recall. what you need to know before it rains again.
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about long-acting levemir . as my diabetes changed, it got harder to control my blood sugar. today, i'm asking about levemir . vo: levemir is an injectable insulin that can give you blood sugar control for up to 24 hours. and levemir helps lower your a1c. levemir lasts 42 days without refrigeration. that's 50% longer than lantus , which lasts 28 days. levemir comes in flextouch , the latest in insulin pen technology from novo nordisk. levemir is a long-acting insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults and children with diabetes and is not recommended to treat diabetic ketoacidosis. do not use levemir if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which may cause symptoms such as sweating, shakiness, confusion, and headache. severe low blood sugar can be serious and life-threatening. ask your doctor about alcohol use, operating machinery, or driving. other possible side effects include injection site reactions.
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tell your doctor about all medicines you take and all of your medical conditions. check your blood sugar. your insulin dose should not be changed without asking your doctor. get medical help right away if you have trouble breathing, sweating, extreme drowsiness, swelling of your face, tongue, or throat, dizziness, or confusion. today's the day to ask about levemir flextouch . covered by most health insurance and medicare plans. are you training for a marathon or exercise? >> some people have been advised to wear orthotics to ease the pain but cbs 2's dr. max gomez says you might just need a pair of comfortable running shoes.
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>> reporter: vj singh is a marathon runner. all that pounding took a toll on his feet an ankles. >> my arches collapsed as well as also had achilles tendinitis through my ankle which was painful to run. >> reporter: he was told his problem was overpronation where his ankle roll inward as his arches fell. he tried all sorts of shoes design to correct pronation. and he even tried a custom orthotic. >> none of them work. i always felt like something was getting in the way of my running. >> reporter: eliminating that uncomfortable feeling may have prevented his injuries. a new study in the british journal of sports medicine followed almost 1,000 novice runners for a year. some of them pronated and some did not. the pronating runners actually suffered far fewer injuries than the so-called normal ankle runners. that study and others concluded that trying to correct pronation doesn't always prevent injuries. >> an orthotic isn't necessarily required. what's most important that the
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intervention be comfortable. that's what is telling you that your body likes the correction or lack of correction that you're giving it. >> reporter: in other words, fine a pair of shoes that feel like they support your feet and ankles and are still comfortable. vj had's gait analyzed and found needed a specific strengthening exercise to correct his pronation. >> i have been training and running more. it's great. >> reporter: our bodies are good judges of how we should move or run whether it's orthotics inserts or good shoes. comfort is the most important factor in injury prevention. >> mm-hm. or regulars. >> or just don't run at all. right. >> or resting. >> thank you, doctor. >> tell that to somebody that's been training. it's not going to happen. >> won't work. >> thank you, dr. max. a man believes a shark attack saved his life. take a look at this gash he got from a shark while vacationing in huntington beach, california. it didn't make much of a wound until he started having back
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as things got worse he went to a doctor who discovered his symptoms were related to an undiagnosed case of cancer. >> they had discovered a growth or a tumor on my right kidney. if this hadn't happened with the shark, um, causing me to go in with this chest pain, i would have never known about this cancer. >> he is expected to make a full recovery. >> incredible. >> good luck to him. let's get' look at our forecast. lonnie quinn is standing by. do we have some rain heading our way? >> we have some rain heading our way. look, there's rain, yes. it could be heavy at times but not an all-day washout. let me show you the picture and it's gotten so much nicer out there than it was say four hours ago. right now we have a lot of sunshine. 66 degrees, variable winds at 3 miles per hour or so. high temperature was 72. so you actually got up there
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72, 4 degrees above the average right around lunchtime 12:05. rain won't be drenching us and then that rain is gone if your weekend plans include apple and pumpkin picking something like that. looks good. pretty skies, sunday the pick. weekend 56 to 69 with sunshine. taking a peek at the vortex satellite and radar, it's looking good now again you saw the cloud cover now starting to dissipate a bit and we have a good-looking sky out there. the rain that we're watching we talked about this earlier part of this front out around michigan it is going to give us a chance for rain on friday but let me show you what it is that we're looking at. in the morning it's spotty primarily north and west of the city. there's a 10:30 a.m. look at what it could be look. then you see it ramp up. still you see pockets of some rain. i think it will be the story of the day. you will see the chance for
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heavier rain to very much these are good downpours. it would give you a half inch approaching an inch if it sits over your house for a while. it's a nice looking day. rainfall total numbers look to be from a tenth to half inch for most people and then some outliers could be seeing, you know, anywhere up to an inch. that's the way we see it. saturday and sunday are nice. so friday 75. it is warm. noach ahead of that rain there's a cold front coming in so you get that burst of south wind pumping the temperatures up there. we'll deal with rain as well and breezy. i do think it's an umbrella day as you leave in the morning and then saturday 65. cooler but sunnier. sunday the sunnier of the two weekend days of 68 and monday, tuesday next week lower 70s so it looks good. >> thank you. thank you, lonnie. one of america's first celebrity chefs died today. paul prudhomme made spicy cajun food popular outside of
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prudhomme had no formal training but gained prominent soon after opening k paul's louisiana kitchen in the french quarter. he sparked nationwide interest in gumbo and jambalaya unknown to the rest of the country. he died after an undisclosed illness. he was 75. selina gomez has revealed she is battling lupus. the pop star opened up about billboard. she says she went through chemotherapy to treat it. the 23-year-old said that's why she took a break and canceled part of her tour in 2013. lupus affects about 1 1/2 it is chronic. there is no cure. it's most common in women ages 15 to 44. nominations are out for the rock and roll hall of fame and eight of the 15 nominees are first timers. they are, janet jackson, cheap trick, the cars, chicago, steve miller, los lobos, chaka khan and james brown's backup band, the jbs.
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five performers are usually inducted each year. and the winners will be announced in december. >> how do you take people off that list? >> favorites. >> half the list. >> steve miller is always good. >> then what do you do? unbelievable. coming up in just a moment, what are the hot off? up next, the top trends this fall and the three items you can add to your wardrobe that will get you the most bang for your buck. >> drivers be warned the new
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tri-state area. with fall season in full scene which styles are in and out? cbs 2's meg baker shows us three ways to refresh your wardrobe on a budget. >> reporter: closet is full but nothing to wear? >> we get bored so quickly of everything we have. it's like we need a new piece
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of candy every day. fall? >> in new york that's all we do is layers. >> reporter: you can't go wrong with anything gray. i have on gray. the biggest thing with gray is you just want to mix different shades of gray. the movie was terrible but the color is having a major moment. >> reporter: designer and fashion it girl says it can be done on a budget. pick three items to add this season. first try a duster coat or cardigan that reaches the floor. >> you can wear it with leggings. it's flattering and long. >> reporter: and cozy. experts say when you do go shopping remember what you already have in your closet. so you can create new outfits by mixing and matching. second, upgrade any outfit with over the knee boots. hawk wears herz with a gray sweater dress. she says the middie length in dresses and pants is in. third, some styles circulate in and out. you may already have a pair of these. wide leg pants lightning booed leg jeans.
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this fall try a pair with a high waist. anything high waisted now in the high waist the skirts are everything. >> reporter: all of them look for fringe. capes or jackets you can wear over your shoulders. and touches of fur and shearling wool. in soho, meg baker, cbs 2 news. >> the experts also tell meg not to forget thrift stores to save even more. >> what's old is new again. >> we learned a lot there, right? that's it for us here at 5:00. we'll see you again at 11:00. the news at 6:00 starts right now. captions by: caption colorado an arrest by the nypd and a vow by mayor de blasio. good evening, i'm dana tyler. the mayor and police commissioner bratton responding to the video will that appears to show police officers roughing up a suspect. tonight they say officers will be trained to use the least possible force during arrests.
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cbs 2's political reporter marcia kramer with the story new at 6:00. >> and faithfully discharge pie duties. >> reporter: a new class of police officers taking the oath of office amid new and intense pressures to avoid improper use of force when making arrests. >> a lot has changed over the years. a lot of recognition of how to deescalate conflict. >> these new officers are going to be trained in a way that's more effective. they are going to be trained how to get the job done with the least possible use of force. >> reporter: the swearing-in coming as a civilian complaint review board said excessive use of force was used in the mistaken identity arrest of former tennis star james blake. and as a knew and disturbing video surfaced of an arrest of a staten island man who reportedly stole an emt's cell phone. the emt is seen roughing up the man he says he caught breaking into his car. the cops don't stop the emt and appear to use some force to rates suspect. >> it is a matter that's the
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