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geouofheas g fs. it's almost as if i have to feel this pain again. >> a mother's endlessing a any. when her son was kill in the line of duty, promises were made to keep police officers safe, and tonight months later she says nothing has been done. i'm maurice debois. >> and i'm kristine johnson. irene moore says she invited the cameras into her home because she wants to see change. jennifer mclogan with the exclusive story. >> he was 25 years old. he never had the chance to get married or have children or live out his life. >> reporter: the nightmare 6 months ago, irene moore's only son brian, ambushed, shot in
suspect, and she is left with his heroic member and a gold shield after he was posthumously promoted. >> i have flashbacks. i can't get the images out of my mine. >> reporter: when her courageous son was buried last may, leaders promised to her and the families of slain officers rafael ramos and wenjian liu that they would do more to keep families safe. this week a career criminal was out on a program. >> we have four young men who lost their lives because of career criminals, and i have never to hear anything from anybody in any position of authority that even says mrs.
informed of what is going on. nothing. we have people who need to look at the policies, the stop, question, and terrific in place, and this would not have happened to my son. >> reporter: she calls hers a family of blood, of blue, but not of priority. >> i hear from a lot of the police officers, the policy that you can cuff the criminals now in the front, their hands in front of the body instead of the back, so it's catering to whether the criminal is comfortable. do that. >> reporter: more praise for fairness and change, refusing to let her son's death to have been in vain. jennifer mclogan. today remains of detective randolph holder arrived in his burial. 100 new york city police officers traveled with detective holder's family, and
holder was gunned down last tuesday, chasing the suspect in east harlem. tyrone howard has been invited in the case. now to breaking news at rutgers university tonight. a double stabbing at a dormitory. the crime scene tape on the new brunswick campus. the suspect was taken into a short time later. >> everyone was freaking out and screaming. we were not allowed back in. >> were you escorted out or told to get back in? >> we were told to get out. there's been no arrests in
female passenger wound, and she was simply sitting on the b13 bus traveling through bushwick when a bullet pierced a window. jessica schneider has more. >> reporter: a remarkably calm bus driver being led away from the shooting scene, and this but bullet hole in the side of his bus as the bus pulled up, bullets flew. you could see two women and a child scampering into the the store for cover, and on the top left of the screen, four people running away. >> they came in because they were scared. they were screaming. they said two guys did boom, boom. >> reporter: police are hoping the video will lead them to the suspects who fired directly into the occupied citibus. the shattered glass cut one woman's head and the bullet itself just barely missed the driver and the passengers on board. >> had anyone been sitting in the seat, that person would have been dead. it was face level. >> reporter: marcello gomez was there. >> she was scared because she didn't know what happened.
60s as been release from the hospital, and incredibly no one was seriously injured. jessica schneider, cbs 2 news. >> some good samaritans pulled two people from a burning car in westchester county. flames shot 10 miles high in yonkers, and it's located around the tuckho exit at 1:30 this morning. in midtown today, a deadly building collapse on west 38th street between 5th and 6th as. crews were demolishing two parts of the building when the floor collapsed into the basement. one construction worker was kill and the other was trapped under debris for hours. no word on what caused the collapse. a grim end to the search for a missing couple from connecticut.
police found the bodies of jeffrey and janelle navin today behind a home. they disappeared in august, and now his son kyle navin and his girlfriend have been arrested, and neighbors are in shock. >> it's hard, she was a lovely woman. she worked at the library and with our kids. she was always up and fun and great to be around. we are very saddened to hear all of this. >> navin's lawyer declined to comment after a court hearing today. new york city is going after landlords who use airbnb to rent out their buildings. a city council meeting was held. the bill sponsor says dozens of
of units are being rented. >> one considered it to mars attacks. >> they were shooting people and yelled i come in peace. you remind me of that meeting. we are here to help but do nothing. >> residents say it's also about safety because the buildings are filled with strangers. vandals in mont vernon targeted a basketball court that had just been remodels. police released video of the vandalism. the new matting had been install last month as part of a rehabilitation project. halloween has already
>> happy halloween. >> thank you. that's mayor de blasio and his wife dressing up as nets' players cespedes and granderson. they paid their mortgage every month, but a local couple is still being told to pack up and move. >> imagine losing your home. your kids grow up there, and you put the line on your doorway every time your baby girl is 2 inches taller. >> still ahead, stolen homes. a same so easy to fall for, it's scary. what turned this jack o lantern loose in traffic. we work weekends here. because it works for our patients. here, at cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia, we give our patients the freedom to make appointments that fit their schedules, even on weekends. because we believe in being here when our patients need us, so they can keep living
it knocked down two street lights before it was finally stopped. nassau county police want to squash a wild rumor. someone has been distributing rumors saying helicopters will be spraying if over the next few saturdays and says police will patrol and arrest anyone outside during the spraying hours. county officials say ignore the letter. it's just a hoax. imagine living in your home for 20 years, making the payments every month, and then one day the sheriff shows up with a moving truck and forces you out. as dick brennan shows it's easier than you think to end up the victim of a stolen home. >> reporter: josephene and her husband nick are technically property. >> it kills me i can't go inside my house. they can't go inside because the home no longer it was stolen. >> you work, work hard for what you have, and then things like this happen. >> reporter: it all started in
an offer in the mail to refinance and consolidate their bills. >> reporter: they didn't know it was an elaborate scheme to steal their deed and strip the equity from the house. >> they give out the information, and then the information can be used to beprepare the documents and forge the signatures, and the rest. is hundreds of homeowners fell victim to the event. the principal has been sent to jail, but now niema is the family attorney. >> imagine losing wherer home. your kids grow up there. you put the line on your doorway every time your baby girl is 2 inches taller, and now there's a moving truck thatsies get out. >> reporter: the home was sold in auction, and now it's the federal government of the
federal home loan mortgage corporation. freddie mac will be selling it back, but at full market price, $160,000 more than what the couple originally paid in 1995. >> obviously they are not happy to buy back their home that should no have never been taken from them. >> especially after shelling out $190,000 in legal fee. >> reporter: freddie mac said it would not be fair to sell it back for anything less. if redisuses the risk of blithe. what happened to this family should remind everyone about the devastating impact mortgage fraud can have on our families. >> reporter: chris napanela
sound enticing, you must have have an attorney review the offer before signing on the dotted line. >> freddie mac encourages them to make a competitive offer on the house. the family will continue to fight. >> so easy to get caught up in something like that. >> devastating. >> lonnie quinn has the forecast. >> will the weather will weather cooperate? is it's chilly this is from eva in east brunswick, and it seems
41 here, and who else? right next door as well. let me show you what i can see in new york city. a sky that is nice and clear, and it's 50 degrees outside. northwest winds at 15 miles an hour. they are still breezy, and you know what? for this weekend. i think you will still have an element of a breeze out there. 59 should be the high temperature. you started off this morning at 50 degrees. colder tomorrow morning. new york city in the lower 40s, plenty of you in the 20s. in terms of the afternoon, brighter saturday than sunday. sunday will be warmer than saturday, and a little of this and that. in terms of the temperatures, this model is going up to 39 in new york city. may be a couple the of clicks warmer than that, but shows you the trend. cold air is in place for everyone to start off your day tomorrow. the vortex satellite and radar,
the bigger picture will show you this. the heavier part is the other than portion of houston with tornado warnings in our area, saturday, you're okay. it's chilly, but you have a nice sky. marathon time. getting ready, right? >> you want to call it a rain chance? go ahead. that's the rain chance during the day. the clouds are more prevalent saturday over sunday. tomorrow from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., great trick or treating hours. >> game four saturday night 81:07 p.m. about 53 degrees, more clouds moving into the area. again, you will see clouds out there for sunday. the rain threat is not huge, but sunday night we fall back
to talk about tuesday or wednesday's temperatures. 75 and 72. >> good luck this weekend. >> yes. spooking of, months of grueling training coming down to sunday's marathon. >> it's a december of determine nation and it doesn't always go as planned, no matter how much you prepare. >> reporter: doing this interview after crossing the finish line last year is frankly the last thing i wanted to do i was fear use the race didn't go my way. severely dehydrated -- furious the race didn't go my way. severely dehydrated and ashamed i couldn't do better. i can't explain the emotional tug of war feeling the support of unconditional love from those closest to me but yet the sheer disappointment in myself. i still can't think of it today without getting emotional. >> 2015's race is my doover. i learned there's no
guarantees, but that's not what this is all about. >> it's the purpose of seeing something through. and i really think it's a metaphor for life. >> as they say, it's the journey. here's my bib. i picked it up tonight. >> write that number down and follow it on line. >> that's 54715. >> lotto! >> i can't even see. >> 54715. it's late. >> you got this! we are so behind you! >> thank you! i'm hoping it's a better year. i'm more relaxed. we compared it to having the second child. you just know the drill. >> you got this. the kid is going to be great on sunday. good luck to all the runners. it's always a great experience. >> that's a great piece. >> thank you. otis livingston talking
anthem before the start of the mets' game. oh say can you see by the dawn's early light >> she's good with the singing history. he performed the anthem the last two time the mets' were in the series. they have played piano man during the 8th inning this season. otis livingston is live at citi field with the latest on tonight's game 3. otis? >> yeah, and there were big cheers for billy joel and the bigger cheers for the mets tonight. >> no team has come back from the 3-0 deficit, and only the yankees have blown the lead, but we won't talk about that. the joint was certainly jumping avenue the royals manufacturerred a run. david wright ha who has -- who has been struggling smokes the
the bottom of the 2nd to give them the 4-3 lead. and the grandy man can. >> david wright playing like captain america. part of the 4-run '6th inning. let's not forget about thor. syndergaard settled down. the mets lead it right now, 9-3 in the tom of the 9th inning. syndergaard setting down 12, and the royals at one point in a row. they will turn to steven matz. >> this is definitely the dream. this is what you dream up in your backyard playing wiffle ball. this is amazing. it's a big blessing to be here, especially my first year being part of the team. >> reporter: and i just heard a
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welcome back, everyone. it's been a long and winding road for j.p.p., back to the giants, and it's been filled with uncertainty and mystery, but yesterday he practiced with big blue for the first time since the july 4th fireworks accident that caused him to have his finger amputated. and today was the first time he spoke to the media. >> it wasn't fun at all. i'm not going to go into detail on something i do every year for the kids. it lasts half an hour or whatever, and it just happened. i did it for 6 or 7 years now.
>> reporter: all right, the fireworks just going off moments ago. the mets have won game 3 of the world series! david wright with a big night. 4 rb is. the mets have cut the definite in the world series to 2-1. they have the rookie, stephen -- steven matz going tomorrow night to try to even things up. kristine, maurice, and lonnie, back to you. >> that's an earthquake we are starting to feel here from the crowd going crazy.
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