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it's 4:30, 46 degrees on this monday, november 9. going to be a nice fall day out there today but there is rain ahead in the forecast. good morning. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs 2 news this morning. we will have traffic and weather on the 2's in just a moment but first we are following a developing story. police looking for a suspect in a police shooting incident that upfolded last night in brooklyn. >> one suspect was shot and another placed under arrest. cbs 2 has more live from bedford this morning, janelle? >> reporter: chris and mary police were out here most of the night canvassing the area for that third suspect. they say it was a trio of young men who were attempting rob an
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that officer fired at one of the suspects. >> police say a 20 year old man and two others were trying to rob the undercover detective just before 7:00 sunday night pulling this weapon on the cop who fired back. >> the detective fired one round from his service weapon. >> the 20 year old seen here on surveillance video from a nearby grocery store being taken from the scene on monroe street. he was hit by the detectives bullets in the arm and torso. he was taken to kings county hospital in stable condition. >> i never thought it was a gun shot because it was too loud. it was too loud and i know about gun shot but it was like an explosion. >> it turn out the weapon the 20 year old pulled on the detective was actually a bb gun. investigators are working to determine if the same suspects are the ones accused of robbing a woman earlier in the day who was responding to an online ad for an apartment. >> the additional robbery did
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it very early on in the invest it. we don't know if the males that were and prehended here were connected with the initial robbery complaint. >> now the suspect who police are still looking for is said to be between 16 and 18 years old. the detective who fired that shot was treated for ringing in his ears at an area hospital. he is expected to be okay. reporting live this morning, janelle b, cbs 2 news. >> janelle thank you. time is 4:32 for traffic and weather on the 2's john good monday morning to you. >> good morning chris and mary. hi everybody. it's a little chilly out the door so make sure you're ready for that today could be the pick of the week. it's going to be relatively nice for your monday high pressure in control. it takes off overnight tonight. clear and 56 winds are calm relative humidity at 58%. wow is that clear or what? but we are going to see changes basically some water is going to ride up from the south so that's why we see a better chance for rain.
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we do need the rain. just depends on if you get the leaves out of the drain so we don't have issues with that. that's tomorrow during the day. your day today is refreshing right around where you should be this time of the year with lots of sun just clouds take over tonight. now we do have early reports this morning that phil and our own beloved alex denis had their first ever frost on the windshield is that correct >> it is correct. it was out there so if you're traveling this morning plan for that. scrape off. injury city we have the left lane blocked at route 440 a down traffic signal from an earlier accident there. no real delayed just know you'll face that change and also in manhattan emergency construction with the right lane closed on the north bound side of the harlem river drive between 125th street and 142nd street and a live look at one of our hundreds of cameras showing you the george washington bridge. no construction or delays at all of the hudson river crossings. alternate side is in effect
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safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? new information this morning on a deadly accident involving a taxi on the upper west side. >> cbs 2 learned cabbie told police had had been driving for 16 hours before hitting an elderly cam yesterday and cbs 2 valerie castro reports she's among ten pedestrians killed in the last week. >> everybody said my mom, my mom. >> in tears as barely able to speak about the loss of 88 year old lewis a rosario, a motherly woman well known and loved by her neighbors. >> she's always smiling and talking to you and she would dance with the little kids. >> a collection of candles lights up her picture as a memorial near the place where a taxi hit and killed her just after midnight sunday morning at the corner of 109th and >> to me like a nightmare. i still don't believe it. inside her home.
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this way right around the corner from her apartment. >> if you were to slowdown on the corner she would be alive. >> we obtained surveillance video that shows the taxi making a right turn off columbus. rosario just stepped off the sidewalk to cross with the light. we're stopping the video just before the point of impact. >> he was yelling oh, it wasn't my fault. i didn't see her rosario died at the hospital and now police confirmed to cbs 2 the cab driver told investigators he had been behind the wheel for 16 hours that night. new york city law restricts taxi drivers up to 12 hours in a 24 hour period. the manhattan district attorney is now investigating. >> it has been a very very tough week. >> on friday mayor bill deblasio spoke about the alarming number of traffic deaths a year after launching his vision zero policy. >> nypd issued 100,000 speeding tickets this year so far. 100,000 which is nearly twice
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was put into effect. >> the mayor's office says 104 pedestrians have been killed so far this year compared to 117 deaths this type last year. rosario's family is begging the city to do more. >> well they need to do something about it. >> the driver of the taxicab that hit and killed her was arrested and charged with failure to yield to a pedestrian. reporting on the upper west side of manhattan, valerie castro, cbs 2 news. investigators say a fire that hit a multifamily house in forest hills queens is suspicious that broke out last night. fire crews say when they arrived it looked like a giant fire ball. witnesses say the flames spread fast. >> it went up really quickly and in a few minutes it started taking the other buildings so it was horrendous, like you've never seen something like this in my life. >> no injuries were reported.
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officers call for changes on riker's island. the union representing the officers will hold a news conference on the steps of city hall. they want city council to make changes to new use of force guidelines implemented at the jail. the demand comes following last thursdays violent attack on a corrections officer by two inmates. in mid october a judge approved reforms following accusations guards use unnecessary force against inmates. happening today, the estranged husband of an upper west side finance executive and mother of two found dinned her bathtub five years ago is due back in court. he is facing two counts of murder in the second degree case in what has long been considered a cold case. sheila's body was found life less in her apartment on the morning of december 31, 2009. she was strangled to death. president obama and israeliprime minister meet today at the white house. he left israel yesterday for his first face to face talks
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they will focus on a ten year military aid package for israel. meantime, the wave of violence between palestinians and israelis continue surveillance video caught the scene as a palestinian woman attacked an israeli security guard with a knife yesterday. he shot her and now the guard was not seriously hurt. the woman is also expected to survive. members of congress join mayor deblasio today calling for an extension of the bill that helped thousands of 9/11 first responders sickened after working at ground zero. on face the nation sunday new york senator called on congress to act. >> more police officers have died since 9/11 than on 9/11 and i think it's more outrage that members of congress are not doing the right thing standing by this. we need to reauthorize the program. it needs to be permanent. >> the federally funded health program that provided screening 30. yesterday former nypd lieutenant maci simms was laid
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months working at the world cancer thursday police are searching for a man caught on video holding up machete. police say the suspect is seen walking behind the counter of the giant land are matt on the southern boulevard. you can see someone off to the side trying to stop him throwing things at him as he forces open a locked cabinet. police say he stole cash and took off. no one was hurt in this. time is now 4:39. still to come this morning a new poll says the best small city in the country is right in our area and we will tell you where. also this morning they're convenient and a practical gift idea but there are risks when it comes to gift cards what do buy. gone in a flash the amazing images of cars that were ground. what caused all this? >> wow, okay it's a frosty morning out there. north and west a lot of folks dealing with that first frost of the season. on the windshield so a cold start, quiet afternoon light
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good morning we welcome you back to a new work week. 4:42 time for traffic and weather on the 2's let's get over to john elliott. >> that is so weird. i was singing that to chloe this morning. it was chilly. they're delicate little creatures, we've got cool readings a lot of folks in the 30s. i do appreciate this, anthony is at 34 and this is right 1989 east gore germany opened up the berlin wall. boy that's exciting news.
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tell you what this is chilly michael and linda have 24 and really appreciate these pictures. this is christie getting ready to turn on that heated seat but still hanging on to a little bit of color with the ornamental pair tree and you just can't go wrong with that. look at the blue, look at the trees though. yeah, i'll tell you what not very many leaves left there but certainly some pretty skies on your sunday. today you're going to see pretty skies and a little bit warmer. a little less breeze and the breeze that does blow us out of the south the moisture is days as well. 46 and clear in the city one of the hotspots out there, calm winds more readings in the 20s sparta, monticello, you bet the hamptons in the 20s as well, 39 in greenwich, 36 for the jersey shore, numbers without exception it's 2-20 degrees colder than it was yesterday morning but you've got those gorgeous starlet skies. we aren't alone.
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air through the ohio valley and out west as well in the city, you're looking at 57 by lunch time with pretty sun, a few clouds creep in this afternoon and 59 your high. i mean we're flirting with 60 today and either way you're above normal . the normal is 56 this time of the year. sunsets at 4:43. right now it is quiet and you'll see the moisture to the south waiting to ride on in. we see evidence of it overnight. now, the model runs this morning and this has just changed, are really taking their time. we thought we would see showers by tomorrow morning looks like south. ocean county and even through the day midday you might be fine but then there is ample moisture so later in the day than overnight into your wednesday now, that is a change. it's a little slower we see the rain taking over, which we need but it is going to slow you down a bit and remember when you have rain you still have leaves it's very slippery so make sure you take advantage of the day today and do a little
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59 today it's wet tomorrow and then wednesday we'll try to dry you out. that's a change so you could start your veteran's day with wet weather. thursday is another chance for showers so it's a little bit of a busier week this week. let's get you busy and on your way now with alex. >> john, thank you good morning as you make your way in jersey city a look at our live drive map where the left lane is blocked and on route 440 due to a downed traffic signal from an earlier accident no real delays getting through the area. just know you may be able to shift there as you make your way through that area. in manhattan emergency construction has the right lane closed on the north bound side between 125th street and 142nd street. no delays, and a live look at one of our hundreds of camerases a if you were traveling queens, the grand central parkway moving well at laguardia airport and mass transit are on or close to schedule for you alternate side is in effect city wide and do remember to be safe don't text and drive. mary back to you. alex, thank you.
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is a quick look at the stories making news. a pick up truck collided with a church van in a maryland suburb of the nations capitol yesterday leaving four people dead. 14 others were injured, police say three people in the van were killed including a young child along with the driver of the pick up truck. a funeral will be held today for an autistic six year old boy who was killed during a police pursuit in louisiana last week. his father was seriously wounded. two police officers who shot at their car are facing murder and attempted murder charges. hundreds of veterans and active duty military personnel lead a procession at st. patricks cathedral yesterday. cardinal dolan spoke about the power, mystery and meeting of mass. stock futures are higher today following a winning week for the dow which added 239 points between monday and friday of last week. the markets were mixed friday following the release of a blockbuster u.s. employment record.
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comes' it added 19 but s & p was down a little bit less than a point. so high marks for a new jersey community. in the new list of the best and worst small cities the website wallet hub has named princeton tops on their list followed by littleton, colorado and dublin, o high othe study looked at school system quality, housing costs and bell, california was listed as the worst small city, our cooldown answers. a number of national restaurant chains are in the national veterans day with free food and drink. most of the offers are valid this went, november 11, usually with proof of military service establishments taking part include tgi friday's, applebees and olive garden which offer free meals from a special limited menu, a complete list of participating restaurants is posted at military.com. a warning before you go holiday shopping online. the federal trade commission says some websites are using a
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daniel louie googled a grill he wanted to purchase and an unusual requirement. the website only accepted amazon gift cards as payment. he bought himself a gift card and placed the order but he never got the drill and was out of the money. >> you just essentially mailed them an envelope full of money. >> the federal trade commission says this is a common scam around the holidays since gift cards do not offer the same protection as credit cards. they say the websites pop-up for short time and then go away before anyone can post negative comments. now to campaign 2016 republican presidential candidate ben carso under fire as he continues to face questions of his accuracy of the biography. >> the whole point is to distract me and if you've got a real scandal, if you've got something that's really that.
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questions on his auto biography yet the gop presidential debate tomorrow. meanwhile democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders says he's more conservative than president obama when it comes to sending troops to regions affected by isis. he was on abc's this week. >> and you do this and the whole point is to distract the pop you husband, distract me. if you've got a real scandal, if you've got something really important, let's talk about that. >> that was the wrong sound bite there. again bar carson likely to face more questions at the gop presidential debate tomorrow. time is now 4:49. the box office success this weekend which brought a new movie, millions and millions of dollars. >> i bet you can guess what it is. history being made in the music world. famous items up for auction. just how much did it cost to take home the beatles famous drum head and this guitar.
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check of your traffic and
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back. well if you have ever seen the fab four's 1964 ed sullivan show performance there's no mistake, it went for more than $2 million at an auction in california of items that once belonged to rock and roll royalty. also from the beatles john lennon sold an acoustic guitar fetched over $2.4 million making them the not expensive rock and roll items sold to date so meanwhile the green sweater worn by curt cobain sold for $140,000. >> big numbers there. >> angora? >> [laughter] i remember watching that sullivan show live as a little kid back when they came on in the screaming and then there were these two comics later in the show totally forgotten by history. how would you like to be on that show? >> probably not.
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time for traffic and weather on the 2's good monday morning john? >> what in the world is going on down here. it's a little james bond action. here is the deal. it is going to be refreshing out the door, chilly but then this afternoon not bad but it's 28 in chatham liberty too, so definitely a cold but pretty morning on tap today and then a seasonal feel this afternoon 56- 60 around the area. next system swings through and really starting tonight with evidence of clouds and then you have rain into tomorrow night and should quiet down though for your veteran's day, another chance for rain coming on thursday. >> okay thank you john. let's get to the commute. >> couple of changes already as you make your route this monday morning beginning in jersey city where we have the left lane blocked on route 1 & 9 southbound at route 440 due to a downed traffic signal from an earlier accident no real delays getting through the area. also in manhattan emergency construction that has the right lane closed.
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the harlem river drive between 125th street and 142nd street as the morning progresses we may see delays but right now smooth sailing. northern state parkway at hillside avenue if traveling here no issues to report. alternate side is in effect city wide and do remember to be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? well take a look at this engineers and contractors will be at the scene of a parking lot cave in today in mississippi to try to figure out what exactly went on here. a drone captured this video of the damage as about a dozen vehicles were swallowed by a 20- foot deep 400-foot long rev us saturday. nobody was hurt in the meridian public safety director says it was not a sinkhole generally caused when an underground water fire dries leaving a void in the ground but this is different. >> they were just having breakfast at ihop. we all have frustrations in different ways to deal with them but now there is a new way to vent, just pick up a bat and
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begins in 90 seconds. it is 5:00, 46 degrees on this monday, november 9 a cool start to what is going to be a nice fall day but there is a big change coming tomorrow. good morning. i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs 2 news this morning we will have traffic and weather on the 2's in just
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story. police opened fire on robbery suspects last night in brooklyn after one of them allegedly pointed a bb begun at officers. >> one of the suspects was wound another arrest and this morning a or another suspect is still on the loose. morning, janelle? >> reporter: chris this began with a trio of those young men pulling that bb gun out on a man trying to rob him. well it turns out the person they were trying to rob here on bedford and monroe street that man was an undercover detective. >> police say a 20 year old man and two others were trying to rob the undercover detective just before 7:00 sunday night pulling this weapon on the cop who fired back. >> the detective fired one round from his service weapon. >> the 20 year old seen here on surveillance video from a nearby grocery store being taken from the scene on monroe street in bed stay. he was hit by the detectives bullets in the arm and torso. he was taken to kings county
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>> i never thought it was a gun shot because it was too loud. it was too loud and i know about gun shots but it was like an explosion. >> it turns out the weapon the 20 year old pulled on the detective was actually a bb gun. investigators are working to determine if the same suspects are the ones accused of robbing a woman earlier in the day who was responding to an online ad for an apartment. >> the additional robbery did have a craig's list element to it very early on in the investigation. we don't know if the males apprehended here are connected with the initial robbery complaint. >> now the 20 year old who was shot is still in the hospital this morning in stable condition. the detective was treated for ringing in his ears. reporting live this morning, cbs 2 news. >> janelle thank you. 5:02 and now to traffic and weather on the 2's meteorologist john elliott. >> janelle has a coat on you'll need one too.
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out the door even in the city at 46 degrees with clear skies overhead. clear north and wet that's why we're seeing more frost. widespread frost for parts of the suburbs cool pockets in new jersey into the hudson valley connecticut as well. scanning the skies not much to scan but today south there is an organized system that ushers in the return of the rain we desperately need for your tuesday. models a little slower now, so looks like it might be a little later on tuesday. your day today mid 50s to right around 60 with nice sun and a bit of a south breeze in this afternoon as well. 5:03 let's save you some more time with alex denis. >> thank you, john. good morning everyone. as you make your way in brooklyn this is what you're up against here. we have an accident blocking two lines on the southbound side of the bqe. we're starting to see delays so anticipate that for your morning ride. let's move to the george washington bridge where i have better news as you make your way to the hudson river crosses you are delay at the tolls but in manhattan emergency
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closed as you make your way northbound and it's between 125th street and 142nd street as you can see it's like a yellow here no real delay through the area just know it is out there. alternate side is in effect city wide, be safe and don't text and drive. we're learning about the taxi driver involved in a deadly accident on the upper west side. >> sources tell cbs 2 the cabbie told police he had been driving for 16 hours before allegedly mowing down an elderly woman yesterday. cbs 2 joins us live from the upper west side with an update on this story. dianne? >> reporter: chris and mary you can see the candles at 109th and columbus marking a memorial to luisa rosario, just one of at least 10 pedestrians killed in the past week in accidents around new york city. mayor deblasio was promising in all of these deaths those responsible will be identified and prosecuted accordingly. >> everybody said mommy mommy, i love her.
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to speak about the loss of 88 year old luisa rosario, a motherly woman well known and loved by her neighbors. >> she was always smiling talking to you and will dance with the little kids. >> surveillance video shows the crash that hill and killed sunday. the taxi makes a right turn off columbus as rosario steps off with the light. we're stopping the video just before the point of impact. >> he was yelling oh, it wasn't my fault, i didn't see her. >> her grandson says he can't believe it happened right around the corner from her apartment. >> it's like a nightmare and i don't believe anything happens like that. >> rosario died at the hospital and now police confirm the cab driver told them he had been behind the wheel for 16 hours that night surpassing the city limit of 12 hours in a 24 hour period. >> it has been a tough week, a very very tough week. >> on friday mayor deblasio spoke about the alarming number of traffic deaths a year after launching his vision zero
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>> nypd issued 100,000 speeding tickets this year so far. 100,000 which is nearly twice as much as before vision zero was put into effect. >> the mayor's office says 104 pedestrians have been killed so far this year compared to 117 this type last year. tonight rosario's family is begging the city to do night. >> they need to do something about it. >> that taxi driver involved in rosario's crash was arrested. he's been charged with failure to yield to a pedestrian and the manhattan district attorney is investigating. live on the upper west side cbs is 2 news. a vicious attack by a pit bull terrier lead to the death of a nine year old girl on long island the girl was mauled by playing with friends in the backyard of a home in elmont around 10 sunday morning. friends ran screaming for help after trying to get the dog to release the child and eventually police arrived and shot the animal. neighbors heard the shots and saw it. >> at first i thought the kid is probably playing with a gun
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but we didn't know it was a dog. >> the girl was pronounced dead at the hospital four hours after the attack. the dog belongs to a man who lives in an upstairs apartment in home arrested on an unrelated charge of violating an order of protection. police arrested a man accused of posing as a cab driver and sexually assaulting a woman. police say the suspect saw the victim walking and offered her a ride. she got in and told him where to go but instead, police say raja took her to a different location, showed a bb gun and sexually assaulted her in the back seat. he is now charged with first degree rape. the fbi has agreed to help the russian government investigate what caused a russian jetliner to crash in egypt last month. a mem service was held in st. peter burg with mourners lighting candles and praying for the 224 people killed. investigators are trying to determine if a bomb exploded on
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from egypt sinai peninsula. new york senator charles schumer was briefed by the fbi and homeland security. even though a bomb is a possibility so far there's no evidence isis was involved. >> most of isis is communications unlike al qaeda, it is electronic so we have a pretty good chance of listening in and we didn't find those. there have been no threats that the authorities have picked up states. >> schumer also says that egyption officials have resisted allowing fbi agents to investigate on the ground. a symbol of the cities resilience following the 9/11 attacks arrived in time for veterans day. the uss new york floated past the near rows bridge on sunday, 7.5 tons of the ships building materials came from the steel rubble of the world trade center. the vessel is docked at pier 88 as part of the veterans week which runs through friday.
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5:08 a college football protest getting national attention. also this morning, stunning video of a violent encounter between a palestinian woman and an israeli soldier. all ahead of the prime minister's visit to the states. plus this. it's taking away the fun of kit mass. >> the santa display met a local mall that has a lot of people talking and not in a good way. the magical transformation that almost happened overnight. well, it's the sign of the season. it's cold out there, so definitely it's a coat morning for many. jacket in the city, hats and gloves, yeah if you're delicate like me. shades though you'll need those as well.
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good morning and welcome back on this monday morning it's 46 degrees and it's getting colder each and every day, a lot of open ice too so if you want to get out there and get a little work out before you head to work or go. the ice rink is ready. time is 5:12 time for traffic and weather on the 2's boy right there. >> i'll tell you what, you've got to lay it all on you if a scarf on. kids and music? so yeah it definitely feel like the season but come on. we were so spoiled. highs in the 60s last week,
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we will be slightly above normal all week long temperature wise but you're looking at maybe two or five degrees there and that's about it and it's a busier week overall. there's wet weather at times so let's get ready for that clear and 46 in the city, a northwest wind at three, northwest then it gives way to calm and south wind fills in later today so moors town 30, it's not even freezing if you get my drift, middletown is at 30, danbury at 29, 30 for the jersey shore just want to show you it's cold upstate. albany right now is 30, 31 in pittsburgh, 42 in d.c. a little more mild down through the virginias and there's wet weather there headed our way but not today. lunch time 57 and sunny in the city flirting with 64 your high this afternoon at two and then a hint of a cloud definitely more cloud cover overnight. that will serve to insulate us a bit, but it also is the conduit that as we usher in
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bright and cool today really one of the nicer of the week so get out there and enjoy it. i'm going to do some raking i've got more raking to do. it's wetter tomorrow but the models are really slowing this thing down. we thought it would just take over during the day. last two runs have it coming in tomorrow night so that means we'll see a left over shower on veterans day so remember that. morning observations could see a little bit of wet weather and then it shapes up during the course of the day. models are also backing away from the totals through wednesday, maybe a quarter to half an inch to an inch south and remember that's the key part of this that is coming up from the south so you'll see it sooner in ocean and monmouth counties and you'll see a little bit more in the way of coverage there possibly to the east. do we need it? yes we do. deficit for the year almost 8.73 inches so we could use the rain and we have the second thursday. today is quiet clouds filter in
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calm wind gives way to a southwest wind, tees it up for wet weather and i think later on tuesday, overnight into the first part of your wednesday, wednesday afternoon is better and it's a little warmer above normal. thursday is a busier day better chance for widespread rain and then we wrap that up and you're back in the 50s where you should be by friday. you're right where you should be if you you want to be the smart informed traveler we know you can be. >> john thanks good morning. if you're traveling in brooklyn let's take a live look at an accident blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the bqe. as you approach the williamsburg bridge delays are starting to build quickly that stretch back if you are traveling the bronx the cross bronx is moving well at the alexander hamilton bridge but once you make your way into manhattan we have emergency construction with the right lane closed on the north bound side of the harlem river drive between 125th street and 142nd street. good news still no real delays, mass transit, metro north pass
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schedule alternate side parking is in effect city wide and be safe don't text and drive. alex thank you. president obama and israeliprime minister meet today at the white house. he left for the first face to face talks with mr. obama in more than a year. they are expected to focus on a 10 year military aid package for israel and the possibility of a palestinian state alongside the jewish state. meanwhile the wave of violence caught this scene as a palestinian woman attacked an israeli security guard with a knife yesterday. he shot her. the guard was not seriously hurt and the woman is expected to survive. the family of a man mysterously found dead during a cruise in the bahamas is plan together sue royal caribbean. cell phone video shows him clinging to a life boat rafter on friday on the side of the oasis of the seas. the cruise line says he jumped after a domestic dispute. his family says he fell during
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members who allegedly made anti- gay slurs about his and his husband. >> throughout the cruise there were anti-gay remarks being made against them. there was no jump or domestic dispute. >> the attorney says he's looking into why the crew did not do more to rescue him. well the christmas displays at two malls in our area have been changed after public outcry over the lack of holiday cheer. >> as cbs 2 hazel sanchez tells us santa is getting another makeover. >> reporter: for those celebrating christmas this is the scene most remembered when visiting santa the westchester mall in white plains but just a few days ago the traditional holiday reds and greens were replaced by a mored modern santa set like this one on long island. >> where is the green, the red, where is the elver, the idea of christmas? >> roosevelt field and the westchester were among seven malls across the country owned by the simon property group outfitted with a new streamlined winter wonderland
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lights but no decorated christmas trees or life like reindeer. many shoppers were disappointed with the change. mike brightwig created a facebook page urging people to boycott simon malls. >> i think that it was the beginning of a whitewashing of the holiday season. >> it's taking away the fun of christmas. >> i think as a society i think overall we've gone a little bit too pc. >> simon property president says the attempt to change the crist has theme had nothing to do with making the season secular. >> this wasn't a response to in years past saying it's too christian. >> absolutely not. not in any way whatsoever. it was in response to trying to create a more interactive kind of modern experience for the kids. >> okay. >> and it just didn't work. >> so simon malls are going back to their traditional sets. some malls like roosevelt field plan to mix the old with the new. >> i appreciate that. i think that's great.
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bring back christmas trees. >> out of 110 simon malls across the country only seven were given this glacier set and throw were being born down and one was never put up. hazel sanchez cbs 2 news. >> so the glacier thing didn't work. >> no it did not. >> back to christmas time is 5:19. coming up next in sports a big day for the jets and the giants. and 32 college football players walk off the field and refuse to play until the school president is removed. we take a closer look at why. we'll get you another check
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the 2's right after this. okay, macy's has unveiled the four new balloons that will make their debut in this years thanksgiving day parade. the trial run at citi field included from the movie ice age and red from angry birds and two balloons associated with corporations and a new fourth version of ronald mcdonald and the oil dinosaur is returning to the parade for the first time since 1976, a total of 17 balloons will make their way down the parade route on thanksgiving day. >> as long as snoop it is there everything is okay with me. 5:22. let's get to traffic and weather. john? >> they just keep looking better and better. it feels a little bit more like november should.
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we've got readings in the 20s, franklin is 28, chilly out the door, 30 for the jersey shore and today, cool and comfortable, boy i'll tell you what flirting with 60 a few clouds creeping in this afternoon and then we're a little warmer tuesday into wednesday but remember there's that rain chance tomorrow and then again after a break wednesday chance for more rain thursday so it's a busier week this week. how busy is it right now alex? >> john good morning to everyone. thanks for waking up with us. if traveling brooklyn here is a live accurate one of our hundreds of cameras but unfortunately shows an accident blocking two lanes on southbound side of the bqe, delays are building quickly. on the north bound side we have a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane at mcguinness boulevard. also in manhattan there's emergency construction with the right lane closed on the north bound side of the harlem river drive between 125th street and 142nd street so the good news is no real delays getting
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alternate side is in effect city wide and remember to be safe don't text and drive. chris over to you alex thank you. time is for your cbs 2 withfan sports update. the giants looking to stay on top of the nfc east. in tampa yesterday, jason paul making his return to the field and most of the day, wearing that club-like device son his injured hand and although no sacks he was able to constantly apply pressure. good sign he played 47 plays and the game started with an int for eli manning but he was effective the rest of the way. watch this wide open says he's never been more wide open and then here, eli puts it in the right spot, giants build a half time lead but tampa hung around with a shot in the final play look at this and watch as what happened as can't throw it to an offensive lineman. he picks it up, takes it in and new york wins it by 14 and giants have a big game in the nfc east the eagles and cowboys
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overtime with less than 10 seconds left and this didn't last long. bradford finds jordan matthews for a 41-yard touchdown and this is in overtime and 33-27 eagles, philly a half game behind the giants in the division. the jets taking on the jacks at metlife stadium yesterday wand as up and down with only a 26 year rushing but he did find the end zone twice. jacksonville stayed in this game pretty much the entire time, had the turnover bug that hit him in the fourth. when it looked like they were driving but gets hit, coughs it up and the jacks had three late turnovers and you know what they say they are all costly. it allowed ryan fitzpatrick, well after you see another turnover here goes ryan fitzpatrick to brandon marshall for the comfortable 12 point lead and he is the first quarterback since the afl merger to beat the same opponent to five different teams jets hang on to win by
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everybody beats jacksonville they are terrible to be honest. the board that governs the university of missouri meets following growing campus protests over issues of race and alleged discrimination. >> some student athletes are calling for the schools president to step down and they say they will not play in anymore games until he does. that includes at least 30 members of the university of missouri football team. they say stool president tim wolf has failed to address recent incidents and they say they won't play again until action is taken. the movement started last week but the graduate students hunger strike and then spread. >> we've written letters, we've used self-media, we've done peaceful marchs and done rallies and other things but we're continuing to not listened to by administration. >> wolf has refused calls to resign but in a statement says he believes change is needed. it's 5:26. up next the days top stories. >> new details in a police involved shooting in brooklyn. this morning detectives
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it is 5:30, good morning everybody. it is currently 46 degrees on this monday, november 9 after a summer-like week we are back to more seasonable temperatures and we will have traffic and weather on the 2's coming up but first? an undercover investigation in brooklyn ends with a suspect on a stretcher, another in custody and a third still on the loose. we are live on this developing story. a scary time to be a pedestrian in new york city almost a dozen deadly accidents within the last week. so i went in and i asked for my coffee. they asked for my name and i told them my name is merry christmas so guess what, starbucks i tricked you into putting merry christmas on your cup. >> using that viral facebook post a former pastor is
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after starbucks took merry christmas off it's seasonal cups so he's asking everyone to give their names as merry christmas as a way of tricking starbucks into putting the phrase on its cups. >> big controversy, so many people offended by the cups that had the little ornaments on them normally for the holiday season and now starbucks without trying to offend anyone has gone with a red cup and now it's causing quite the couldn't have jersey. >> first of all i didn't know kevin james was a minister. >> it did look like it but they've taken a page out of the playbook from the mall, just put glaciers for santa claus. james. >> [laughter] >> that should be our story here but isn't it funny though? >> chris you posted and a lot of people have been commenting look nice. but usually don't they have >> exactly. >> some people say it's a non- issue but the video received
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>> but when you have this war on christmas like people keep saying it's going to cause quite a bit of controversy and so many people have responded with like come on, do we really need this and other people have been responding enough of this already. just put christmas back in the holidays, so-- >> it's 5:32. traffic and weather on the 2's it's starting to feel like the holidays. >> yes, i think we need a little christmas right? remember wasn't it that show? here is the deal. it feels more like november certainly should. that means the 20s and 30s out the door north and west. that's what we're dealing with frost in the city 46, that's still cool northwest wind ushering in the chill and thrill this morning. it calms down and then it shifts over to a wind out of the south. we are waiting for this moisture to arrive tomorrow. looking at some of the model runs this morning though it's kind of backing off as it heads farther to the east we'll take a look at what the computer models are looking at for your day tomorrow. your day is relatively quiet take advantage of it and do
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around 57 at lunch time, 52 for your high this afternoon. john, thank you very much. let's get to the commute and see how we're doing? million views. >> wow. >> and counting so if you're traveling for your morning ride we have an accident that has only the shoulder open on the south bound side of the bqe as you approach the williamsburg bridge, very heavy delays stretching back to the lie so certainly anticipate that also on the northbound side a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane causing minor delays but both directions a little bit of a hesitation. if traveling to the lincoln tunnel inbound here no real delays as you make your way around the helix portion, you do have company at all of the hudson river crossings but delay at the george washington bridge and holland tunnel as well. remember to be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? alex thank you. now to a developing story one suspect on the loose another captured and a third shot and in the hospital. >> police say it all started when they tried to holdup three detectives. cbs 2 janelle burrell has more
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>> reporter: chris, police were out here all night along monroe street here canvassing the area for that third suspect still on the run. they tell us that trio is acused of trying to rob a man who turned out to be an undercover detective. >> police say a 20 year old man and two others were trying to rob the undercover detective just before 7:00 sunday night pulling this weapon on the cop who fired back. >> the detective fired one round from his service weapon. >> the 20 year old seen here on surveillance video from a nearby grocery store being taken from the scene on monroe street. he was hit by the detective's bullets in the arm and torso taken to kings county hospital in stable condition. >> i never thought it was a gun shot because it was too loud. it was, i know about gun shots but it was like an explosion. >> it turns out the weapon the 20 year old pulled on the
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gun. investigators are working to determine if the same suspects are the ones accused of robbing a woman earlier in the day responding to an online ad for an apartment. >> the additional robbery did have a craigslist element to it, very early on in the investigation. we don't know if the males that were apprehended here are connected with the initial robbery complaint. >> now the suspect police are still looking for this morning is said to be between 16 and 18 years old, last seen wearing a gray hoodie and blue jeans. we can tell you that the detective who fired his service weapon was treated for ringing in his ears. reporting live this morning, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> janelle thank you. happening today the estranged husband of an upper west side finance executive andmother of two found dead in her bathtub five years ago is due back in court. roderick coveland is facing two counts of murder in the second degree and what has long been
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sheila's body was found in her apartment on the morning of december 31, 2009. investigators say she was strangled to death. also today corrections officers hold a news conference calling for changes on riker's island. new use of force guidelines were implemented at the jail. weeks later came thursday's violent attack on a corrections officer by two inmates in mid october a judge approved reforms following accusations guards use unnecessary force against inmates. fatigue may have been a factor in the deadly accident involving a taxi on the upper west side. >> sources tell cbs 2 the cabbie told police he had been driving for 16 hours before allegedly hitting an elderly woman yesterday. cbs 2 joins us live from the upper west side with an update on this story. dianne good morning to you. >> reporter: chris and mary just a year after the launch of vision zero it turned out to be a deadly few days for pedestrians. the candles behind me are
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rosario, just one of at least 10 people killed in the past week by getting hit by cars and now mayor deblasio is promising action. >> everybody said mommy mommy mommy. >> she was in tears barely able to speak about the loss of 88 year old luisa rosario, a motherly woman well known and loved by her neighbors. >> she always was smiling talking to you and she will dance with the little kids. >> the surveillance video shows the crash that hit and killed rosario after midnight on sunday. the taxi micks a right turn off columbus as she steps off the the light. we're stopping the video just before the point of impact. wasn't my fault. i didn't see her. >> her grandson says he can't believe it happened around the corner from her apartment. >> i still don't believe things like that happen. >> rosario died at the hospital and now police confirm the cab driver told them he had been behind the wheel for 16 hours
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limit of 12 hours in a 24 hour period. >> it has been a tough week, a very very tough week. >> on friday mayor deblasio spoke about the alarming number of traffic deaths a year after launching his vision zero policy. >> nypd issued 100,000 speeding tickets this year so far. 100,000 which is nearly twice as much as before vision zero was put into effect. >> the mayor's office says 104 pedestrians have been killed so far this year compared to 117 tonight rosario's family is begging the city to do more. about it. >> now that driver involved in rosario's crash was arrested and charged with failure to yield to a pedestrian. the mayor is now promising all pedestrian deaths will be investigated and those responsible will be prosecuted accordly. live on the upper west side, cbs 2 news investigators say a fire
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under construction in queens is suspicious. it broke outlast night in forest hills and spread to two other homes. fire crews say when they arrived it looked like one giant fire ball. witnesses say the flames spread fast. >> it went up really quickly in a few minutes it started taking the other buildings, so it was horrendous, like you never seen something like this in my life. >> no injuries were reported: the time is 5:39. still to come this morning caffeinated peanut butter have you heard of this, why some fear it could pose a health risk and imagining encountering this giant alligator while shopping where this animal was found. and don't forget you can connect with us during the show all morning long, we just posted our update on facebook and follow us on twitter we
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it's 5:42 welcome to monday, a cool down, 46 degrees to start your work week. 5:42 let's get you to traffic weather on the 2's. >> wait a minute so that one direction the kids want the windows down come on kids. it's a little chilly for that. maybe you can crack the window this afternoon with the sunbeaming down on your late model pacer but it is chilly out there. 38 in north shore, this is from adrian at valley stream now adrian moved 37 apparently a little bit of snow overnight in valley stream. no i'm kidding but it's definitely chilly out the door. readings in the 30s and the 20s to the north absolutely. this is chris has 29 rock hill new york and also one of our historians do you remember in 65 the great north east blackout?
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for 13 hours maybe that's a memory for you, beautiful sunset shot from the north shore and then tony i'll tell you he's well north and west too and look at that. the leaves we are done. still hanging on to color in the city long island parts of central and south jersey one maple tree that it's still got a lot of leaves you look up and think well i'm going to wait until about a week from now but free. in the city right now clear and cloud free. 46 winds out of the northwest at three. here is more cool readings 20s absolutely so cold in madison they are saying we aren't going to report this hour it's too chilly. 36 in new rochelle, 30 for the jersey shore so it's cool one of the reasons no insulating clouds clear skies, where is the rain? it's to the south. tell you we were looking at this yesterday. i know vanessa was talking about tuesday potentially being a soaker. well now the computers and the track of the storm have changed a bit so we zoomed out and
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futurecast on to show you what we're up against. it does make the move to the north but now tomorrow morning, when you're heading out to work or watching channel 2 looks like the heaviest rain will be offshore. well wait for another batch to roll in tuesday late overnight into wednesday but this rain that was supposed to be here tuesday looks like it's heading to the east. there's still a little room here so we'll leave rain in the forecast tuesday but now the evidence is indicating that it's going to be later in the day than overnight into the first part of your veterans day that's a change too as well. great today nice and refreshing seasonal, tomorrow there's rain likely later in the day and at night into the first part of your veterans day, then your wednesday shapes up and another batch on thursday and then it's back to cool november temperatures, cooler still for the weekend. but you don't want to think about the weekend right now. you want to go to work with alex. >> it's a rough ride john if traveling through brooklyn.
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accident with two lanes on the north bound side of the expressway at 38th street blocked by this accident, delays are now back to the belt merge. not the only problem in the area also in brooklyn we have a crash that has just the shoulder open so all of the actual lanes on the bqe south bound are closed as you approach the williamsburg bridge and this is causing very heavy delays that stretch back to the lie. also on the north bound side there's now a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane at mcguiness boulevard causing minor delays so a mess throughout the area. not great alternate so give yourself plenty of time but let's move to the southern state if traveling at millburn avenue, ending with good news here you are moving well delay free here the northern state, the meadowbrook parkway smooth sailing that trend continues to mass transit, new jersey transit and lirrhad are on or close to schedule, alternate side is in effect city wide and be safe don't text and drive. alex thank you. happening today members of
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support an extension of the act that is the bill that provided help for thousands of 9/11 first responders sickened after working at ground zero. on face the nation sunday, senator gelibrand called for congress to act. >> more police officers have died since 9/11 than on 9/11 and i think it's an outrage that members of congress are not doing the right thing standing by this. we need to reauthorize the program and it needs to be permanent. >> the federally funded health program that provided screening and treatment expired on september 30. on sunday former nypd lieutenant maci simms was laid to rest. sims who spent four months working at the world trade center site died thursday of lung cancer. new york senator charles schumer wants the fda to investigate a caffeinated peanut butter targeting the athletic market called steamed peanut butter and now it's sold mostly online and in fitness centers and small shops in connecticut and massachusetts. the developers say it combines the protein of peanuts with the
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a single serving of steam delivers five times more caffeine than a can of coke and may pose a serious health threat. a new study suggests that a high dose of vitamin c can kill cancer cells that cause colorectal cancer. the study published shows injecting high doses of the vitamin in mice weakened and killed the mutated genes that lead to the cancer. the injected dose is about the amount of vitamin c from 300 oranges. researchers say more studies are needed. in money watch this morning, facebook gets some competition on the video front and will it be an off year for wall street executives? >> cbs 2 jill wagner live at the new new york stock exchange with more. >> reporter: well we'll see if the markets could build on last weeks momentum. the dow rose 46 points friday, nasdac was up 19. stocks got a boost after the labor department released anunexpectedly strong jobs report for october. the strong numbers on job growth make it more likely the fed will raise interest rates
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its been a choppy year overall for the markets and that's why a new report out today says wall street bonuses are expected to drop about 5-10% this year so this is the first time since 2011 that compensation for workers in the finance industry is expected to fall. snapchat closing in on facebook when it comes to videos. snapchat reportedly has 6 billion daily video views that number tripled since may. facebook has about 8 million, advertising for videos is one of the most profitable areas for social media companies. and yoga pants are making their way into the office. the booming at leisure trend, athletic apparel you can wear all day long has driven huge sales at nike, lululemon and other companies. now the boston globe reports more women say they're wearing yoga pants with a dressed up top and making it work for business casual. chris and mary? >> well well well. business casual. >> yoga pants, jill thanks.
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different ways to deal with them. >> but now there's a new way to vent. just pick up a bat and enter the anger room. >> i think it was therapeutic. i feel better than when i came in here. >> no longer drawn out therapy needed just a few minutes in a no holds barred session and you can really smash your problems away. the question is would you try it? cbs 2 takes you inside the anger room tonight at 11. up next, do you find yourself awake when you should be asleep? >> it's a problem many of us face and we may have some solutions of five ways to finally get you the shut eye that you need. first the cbs 2 wfan morning score board the giants sit on top of the nfc eat beating the bucks 32-18 and the jets get by the jacks and in hoops the knicks were 99-95 winner over the laker and the
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1. good morning and we welcome you back on monday morning, november 9, 5:52 and 46 degrees, time for traffic and weather on the 2's john, feel like skating this morning? >> i tell you what we are definitely on thin ice when it comes to the chilly temperatures. 32 common reading up into the hudson valley, middletown you've dropped quite a bit at 28. there you go there is your low number leader jeffersonville at
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39 in chatham, we have 34 for middlesex, monmouth and ocean county a low to mid 30s for the jersey shore, 59 your high today little bit above normal and you know it's going to be a pretty day sun's up 6:35, sunsets at 4:43 so it's going to be cold but a pretty morning today and then a seasonal feel this afternoon and normal high is 56 so we're above that. then we have the system swinging through tomorrow and you've got rain tomorrow night and then a little bit left over for your veterans day and then another chance of rain coming in on thursday. looks like thursday is probably the best bet from the best coverage of rain that we desperately need but we will see some showers later on your tuesday. it's early on your monday right now and alex says it's busy. >> it is john as you make your way in brooklyn that's the area we've been watching. let's begin with a live look it's a crash blocking two lanes on the north bound side of the gay juan us expressway at 38th street and unfortuntely these heavy delays stretch back to the belt merge and are growing.
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has just the shoulder open on the bqe southbound so all of the regular lanes are closed it says you approach the williamsburg bridge these heavy delays stretch back to the lie. also northbound you aren't in the clear here. we have a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane at mcginnis boulevard starting to see minor delays, not great alternates for any of these alerts give yourself plenty of time. be safe alternate sides in effect city wide don't text and drive. mary? take a look at the incredible video used in an alligator trapper and a sheriff's deputy tried to get this giant reptile in the back of a strip mall . the gator is more than 12 feet long, weighs a whopping 800 pounds. the 50 year old reptile was initially found in a creek behind those stores. the alligator is so big they named it god still a. they had to use a fork lift to load the alligator into truck where it is headed to an alligator farm a farm i don't want to be working on. >> whose dumb idea was it to
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let's wait for the professionals to arrivement. we have all been there. you lie down after a long day hoping for a good nights rest and it never comes. >> the national sleep foundation estimates nearly 45% of americans between the ages of 13 and 64 have a hard time falling asleep. now we are learning the simple tricks to finally getting the sleep you deserve. >> after a day of going full speed, it's hard to put the brakes on and simply coast into sleep mode. for most, turning off your brain is not as easy as turning off lights. >> i'm thinking you have a to do list in your head. >> experts say there are three main factors that are sleep enemies and this is my biggest problem. coffee, lattes, i drink them throughout the day. sleep experts say there are very clear rules for all of us caffeine drinkers. >> more than three caffeinated beverages and caffeine after 3:00 p.m.
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>> then there's technology, bright lights stimulates the brain. >> it actually increases brain function and activity and it delays the sleep clock. >> so turn your alarm clock away from you watching time tic away keeps you from falling asleep. in fact are you ready for this? your bedroom should be almost pitch black. the last major factor may be one you don't think about. but it's actually thinking. relationships and money can keep anyone up at night. doctors recommend you train your brain to push those hours. >> sleep is the one treatment that is free, it's easy to get you. don't have to do much work and it improves your brain performance. >> sleep doctors recommend the four, seven, eight breathing method. i'll speed this up for the viewers but this is how you do it. breathe in for a count of four, you hold your breath for a count of seven, and then you
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you aren't doing it right. you aren't doing it right. >> [laughter] now. that's why i'm not doing it. >> they say it helps you relax but it mimics the sleep pattern you normally have so that can at least get you started. >> how many cups of coffee are you up to about a day? >> i drink about four. >> i think the biggest thing is discipline. this is all common sense stuff. >> coming up tomorrow good point because we're tracking our sleep patterns we would love to y yours as well. we've got trackers and we'll see if any of these tips can help us coming up tomorrow. >> i hate to say but i could fall asleep anywhere any time. >> give us a pillow. >> even if i stop talking. time is 5:57 we're following a developing story the search is on for a suspect after an undercover investigation quickly goes south with one suspect on a stretcher and another on the loose. an armed robbery caught on camera but he's not holding a gun. wait until you hear the
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it is 6:00 and look at that temperature only in the 40s for this monday, november 9. it feels like fall again temperatures topping only in
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some rain as well for tomorrow. good morning. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge. alex and john standing by with traffic and weather on the 2's this morning. >> i know about gun shots but it was like an explosion. >> that was no explosion. a suspect shot during an undercover investigation in brooklyn and ends up on a stretcher and another suspect in custody and a third one is on the loose. we are live from the scene as morning. a play date turns deadly when a vicious pit bull attacks a 9- year-old long island girls ran screaming for help to get the dog off her but it was too late. coming up we hear from the neighbor who saw it all. he was yelling it wasn't my fault. it wasn't mutate. i didn't see her. >> deadly crash claims the life of an 88 year old woman on the upper west side just one of the many fatal accidents plaguing the streets of new york city within the past week. administration has failed to take tangible actions to really make campus safer for not just black students but all
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>> student take action amid concerns about racial incidents at the its of missouri. the schools governing body meets today as dozens of football players bench themselves and students plan to walk out in protest. a warning for holiday shoppers about using gift cards to shop online the scam that could cost you big bucks if you aren't careful. wait until you hear how one man was ripped off. it's like taking away a child's imagination. it's taking away the fun of christmas. >> and is this the santa of the 21st century an attempt to modernize the christmas icon at several malls backfires now there's a viral campaign to bring back the holiday spirit. 6:02. traffic and weather on the 2's here is meteorologist john elliott. >> the red nosed reindeer and so does rudolph. we have rain in the forecast into your tuesday but today not a bad day at all. clear and 43 it's cool out the door. 43 is the reading central park.
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around the area readings in the 20s and 30s so if your snug as a bug in a rug and watching in bed lucky you. just realize it's going to be chilly quite a bit cooler than this time yesterday. waiting for some rain from the south to take over that is the feature of your day tomorrow. today, tell you what calm winds bright skies mid 50s to around 60 not too bad for a november day. but for a commute it is kind of busy what's the latest alex? >> john if you're traveling this morning in brooklyn this is a portion of your ride an accident blocking two lanes here on the northbound side it's at 38th street but we have delays all the way back to the belt merge not the only issue in the area. also in brooklyn we had an accident that just cleared on the bqe southbound as you approach the williamsburg bridge but we are still seeing major delays as you get your way through the area also northbound there's a disabled vehicle blocking the right lane at mcguiness boulevard, delays are back to metropolitan area and the lie westbound there's
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lane between exits 41 and 40 causing really heavy delays as you make your way through the area. alternate side is in effect city wide and do remember to be safe don't text and drive. mary and chris? alex thank you. now to a developing story one suspect shot and in the hospital, another captured and a third on the run. >> police say they attempted to rob three plain clothes detectives in brooklyn. cbs 2 january bell has more live this morning, janelle? >> reporter: chris what those suspects apparently did not know was that the people they were trying to rob were actually undercover nypd detectives triggering an all out manhunt in this neighborhood and this morning the search continues for that third accomplice. police say a 20 year old man and two others were trying to rob the undercover detective just before 7:00 sunday night pulling this weapon on the cop who fired back. >> the detective fired one round from his service weapon. >> the 20 year old seen here on surveillance video from a
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taken from the scene on monroe street. he was hit by the detectives bullets in the arm and torso. he was taken to kings county hospital in stable condition. >> i never thought it was a gun shot because it was too loud. it was too loud and i know about gun shots but it was like an explosion. >> it turns out the weapon the 20 year old pulled on the detective was actually a bb gun. investigators are working to determine if the same suspects are the ones accused of robbing a woman earlier in the day who was responding to an online ad for an apartment. >> the initial robbery did have a craigslist element to it, verierly on in the investigation. we don't know if the males that were apprehended here are connected with the initial robbery complaint. >> now the suspect police are still looking for this morning is described as a male between 16 and 18 years old. as for the detective who fired his service weapon was treated
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in his ears. reporting live this morning from brooklyn janelle burrell, cbs is 2 news. we're learning more this morning about the taxi driver involved in a deadly accident on the upper west side. >> sources tell cbs 2 the cabbie told police he had been driving for 16 hours straight elderly woman yesterday. cbs 2 diane macedo joins us live from the upper west side with an update on this story. dianne? >> reporter: chris and mary the candles behind me are a memorial to luisa rosario just one of 10 pedestrians killed in the past week, it all comes as mayor deblasio marks one year since the launch of vision zero and now he's promising even more action against drivers in these cases. >> everybody said mommy mommy mommy. >> she was in tears barely able to speak about the loss of 88 year old luisa rosario a motherly woman well known and
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>> she is always smiling talking to you and she will dance with the little kids. >> surveillance video shows the crash that hill and killed rosario just after midnight sunday, the taxi makes a right turn off column bus as rosario steps off the sidewalk to cross 109th with the light. we're stopping the video just before the point of impact. >> he was yelling it wasn't my fault. it wasn't my fault. >> her grandson says he can't believe it happened around the corner from her apartment. >> it was like a nightmare. i still don't believe anything happens like that. >> rosario died at the hospital and now police confirm the cab driver told them he had been behind the wheel for 16 hours that night, surpassing the city limit of 12 hours in a 24 hour period. >> it has been a tough week, a very very tough week. >> on friday mayor deblasio spoke about the alarming number of traffic deaths a year after launching his vision zero policy. >> nypd issued 100,000 speeding tickets this year so far. hundred thousand which is
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effect. pedestrians have been killed so far this year compared to 117 this time last year. tonight rosario's family is begging the city to do more. >> they need to do something about it. >> now the driver involved in rosario's case was arrested and charged with failure to yield to a pedestrian. the mayor says all pedestrian deaths will be investigated and those responsible will be prosecuted. on the upper west side diane macedo, cbs 2 news. a vicious attack by a pit bull terrier has lead to the death of a 9-year-old long island girl. the girl was mauled while playing with friends in the backyard of a home in elmont at around 10 sunday morning. friends ran screaming for help after trying to get the dog to release the child. eventually police arrived and shot the animal. neighbors say it and heard the shots. >> at first i thought like the kid probably found a gun or
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but we didn't know it was a dog. >> the girl was pronounced dead at a hospital in valley stream four hours after the attack. the dog belongs to a man who lives in an upstairs apartment in the home. he was arrested on an unrelated protection. police are searching for a man caught on video holding up a bronx land are matt. the suspect now police say he's seen walking behind the counter of the giant laundromat on night. you can see someone off to the side trying to stop him now throwing things at him to quit what was he doing. he forces open a locked cabinet and police say he stole cash and took off. nobody was hurt. 6:09 coming up students bench themselves. athletes taking a stand classmates walking out demanding their school president step down. why the university of missouri president refuses to leave. and take a look at this photo. maybe something we've gotten used to epeople with their phones out but this picture from one protographer.
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35 lynn has 35 and she has this to say. brrr, it's cold outside. wait a minute, 33 and this is mike and brrr, it's cold for him too. oh, wait there's more. look at this, 29 and john has actually got some frost on the lawns and cars this morning. cold out east where they have a freeze warning and this is a question from scott. scott has 27 in greenville and wants to know cold enough for snow, technically yes. don't have the moisture. moisture source tomorrow coming up from the south. numbers will be warmer tomorrow so it's a rain event later on your tuesday, pretty out there, just pretty cold. 43 calm winds in the city. readings around the area 20s and 30s, 27 in quag, it's cold a freeze warning for parts of suffolk, and remember these come in waves to late for a freeze warning because that speaks to the first frost or freeze event of the season and
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me and not hudson valley and even for the jersey shore. in the city it's going to be pretty. 57 for lunch time, 59 your high that's above normal. normal high is 56 you're flirting with 60 today which isn't bad. 75 and 24 your records, suns up in just a bit 6:35. sunsets 4:43 but it should be a sunny day today and comfortable for this time of the year. get some chores donor have some fun, maybe check out some color central south jersey. it's pretty gray as far as the color goes to the north. bright and cool high pressure gives way to the system rolling up from the south, looks like a bulk of the energy first wave of this will be too far to the east for us to tap into. turns wet during the afternoon and evening tuesday and that means we're going to leave the chance for a shower for the first part of your veterans day wednesday, turn on those green lights by the way this week and then you'll see brighter skies in the afternoon as we will see that day shape up.
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we're all set 59 that's right excellent. it's very important to blow your nose. 59 with some clouds filling in overnight tonight and 50 so it's a little warmer with those clouds filling in and then you are going to see that chance of rain on tuesday and then another chance of rain on thursday and friday, those temperatures nothing to sneeze at it is going to be cooler as we head into the weekend. we're very close family here. 6:15 what's going on sis? >> if you're traveling this morning let's help you out. it's an incredibly slow ride as you make your way in brooklyn. jim smith is in chopper 2 above good morning, jim. >> good morning alex. the left lane is blocked off the inbound side approaching 38th street multiple vehicles were involved and also two trucks involved there are delays bumper to bumper traffic, live in chopper 2 jim smith cbs 2 news. >> it's not the only slow area as you make your way this morning we also have an
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the lie westbound between exits 41 and 40 delays are building and extend back to exit 49 if you stick with the northern state parkway as an alternate it will be a much better ride. alternate side is in effect city wide and remember to be safe don't text and drive. alex thank you. the fbi agreed to help the russian government investigate what caused a russian jetliner to crash in egypt. a memorial service was held with st. petersburg with mourners lighting candles and praying for the 224 people investigators will determine if a bomb exploded on the october 31 metro jet flight. new york senator charles schumer says he was briefed by the fbi and homeland security. he says even though a bomb is a possibility so far there is no evidence isis was involved. >> most of isis's communications unlike al qaeda's is loan rock in so we have a pretty good chance of listening in and we didn't find those. there have been no threats that the authorities picked up aimed at new york or the united states.
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officials have so far resisted allowing fbi agents to investigate on the ground. the board that controls the university of missouri meets this morning of a growing campus controversy. student athletes say we think not play anymore games until the schools president steps down. >> cbs 2 don champion live in studio with more on this. don good morning. >> reporter: good morning chris and mary. more than two dozen student athletes say they will not play. they allege the schools president has badly mishandled issues of race and discrimination on the university's flagship campus. >> locked in arms in a picture football players at the university of missouri have threatened to walk out over concerns about racial incidents at the school. >> we will all stay together as a team. we all made this decision as a team to not talk to media. >> over the weekend the team said it would not take the field anymore until university president tim wolf resigns or is removed. for months campus groups have complained about wolf's
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harassment incidents on campus. graduate student jason butler staged a week long hunger strike. >> administration has failed to take tangible actions to really make campus safer for not just black students but all students. >> in one incident a swastikaxe had was found in a residence hall drawn with human feces and students report having racial slurs yelled at them in at least two incidents. the student body president says recent racial tensions have been building for years. in 2010 before wolf was head of the school, two students were suspended for littering the lawn outside the black bull chorial center with cotton balls. >> the students were charged with littering, not as a hate crime, not as something bias and discriminatory but as littering. >> for his part, wolf issued a statement sunday saying he is dedicated to addressing what he calls complex society issues, but has not said whether he will step down.
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team is scheduled to take on byu saturday. the boycott could cost the university more than $1 million if the team forfeits the game and chris and mary there are indications some staff members may take part in the walk out today. >> tell you one thing is for sure big programs like that when the football team gets involve and they talk about for fitting action gets taken. don thank you. time is now 6:19. macy's is adding new faces to the thanksgiving day parade this year. we'll take you to a practice run to see them fly. plus this. its name is specter. >> a battle at the box office. james bond takes on charlie brown and snoopy for top honors stock futures turned lower after a mixed performance where the market is on friday. the dow added 46 points nasdac
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500 was down less than a point. it is 6:22. let's get you to traffic and weather on the 2's. ku feel it when you walk out the door today. >> you kids with your phones. i'll retweet this. this guy shows me how he does his leaves. there's so much extra bag. >> so how do you do it? >> he gets down and rolls around on the leaves to compress them in the bag. >> he's gotten like 6,000 views.
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>> well so anyway, maybe that's what you'll do today. maybe a little raking. great weather for that or just enjoying the city or getting some chores done. look at this it's like a painting. beautiful hints of color there, clear and 43 and we are going to see mostly sunny skies but it's cold out there. you're freezing in long island, mike it's 32 you better call the wife, we have the 20s up into the hudson valley so a chilly way to start the day but perfect for rolling around with your leaf bag in the backyard this afternoon. >> what better way to spend a weekend. >> that will save us some time for sure. >> thanks john. so if you're traveling it's kind of a mess here an accident blocking the hov line on the lie westbound causing heavy dallies between sits 41 and 40. that's where the actual accident occurred and now these delays are back to exit 49. i would say go out of your way to the northern state parkway as an alternate it's a smoother ride for you. also a disabled vehicle blocks
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upper level of the queensboro bridge delays are back to queens boulevard. alternate side parking is in effect city wide and do be safe don't text and drive. alex thank you. time for the cbs 2 wfan sports update. the giants looking to stay on top of the nfc east. >> in tampa yesterday, number 90 makes his return to the field wearing the club-like device on his injured hand and he was able to apply pretty consistent pressure, played 47 plays a pretty good showing now although starting the game with the interception eli manning effective hits ruben randall who is wide open and two touchdown passes for eli, two interceptions on the day giants build a 20-6 half time lead but tampa hung around just long enough, a shot down a possession but fumble, way to go. touchdown as time expires the giants win it by 14 down in tampa, 32-18 your final.
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at metlife stadium it was an up and down day for the offense. chris ivory with 26-yards rushing but he did find the end zone twice. jacksonville stayed in this one all game but the turnover really hit them hard right? >> you hate that bug. >> take a look at the fourth. when it looked like they were driving? >> come on, gets it and then coughs it up jacks had three late turnovers. they were pretty turnover. >> it allowed ryan fitzpatrick but he looked pretty good in this one. they kept it close but brendan marshall here with a nice catch. >> beautiful. >> he becomes the first quarter back since the merger to beat the same opponent with five different teams everybody beats the jacks folks. jets hang on to win it by 28- 23. >> it was a goodwin either way. >> in this mornings two talkers a game changer at the box office this weekend. >> alex denis is back. >> good morning chris and mary. so after really disappointing october the big screen box
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weekend with some audience favorite making their return. >> so what's going on james? >> they say you're finished. >> what do you think? started. >> magnificent isn't she? 0-60 in 3.2 seconds. >> it's a great start for the its opening weekend 007's newest adventure bringing in $73 million at the box office. the peanuts movie holding its own coming in second with $45 million and ticket sales last weeks win turpitude the martian in third place with just over $9 million in sales whilegoosebumps and bridge of spies round out the top five. you think? >> well i told you i secretly wanted to go into the charlie brown movie. >> i went to go see a peanuts movie and i wanted to go see bond. >> so don't be surprised if there's a tech fan at the next wedding you attend. one wedding protographer is making the case for cell phone
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an australian protographer wrote in a facebook pottle instead of capturing the moment cell phone guests are ruining it. he shared a photo of this wedding where the groom had to lien back around all of the cameras to see his own bride coming down the aisle. as of this morning the protographer's post has been since this weekend. >> those are great pictures of the bride. >> as the bride though i loved seeing what everyone else captured before the pictures came out. >> let the poor groom at least get a glimpse. down in front. alex, thank you. time is 6:27. up next todays top stories. >> one man is shot, another arrested, and a third still on the run this morning.
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up. we begin with breaking news police are on the scene of a shooting in harold square. jim smith is over the scene. jim what can you tell us? >> reporter: mary we're looking at the intersection of 35th street and eighth avenue and initial reports are that three men and three males have been shot at or near this location. moments ago we did see one person being placed into an ambulance on a stretcher. again with the initial reports are that three people have been shot. police are on the scene and there's activity on the sidewalk as well as the subway steps, two entrances to the subway station have been blocked off. we've seen officers going in
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the southeast corner of 35th and eighth. no word yet on if police have a suspect in custody or not. what this all stems from, and this happening in the last several minutes police still arriving on the scene. we will get more information on the situation as it becomes available. for now we understand three people have been shot at this location at least one person placed in an ambulance so far. live in chopper 2, jim smith cbs 2 news. >> jim thank you. keep us updated we'll get back to you in a couple moments. now an alleged craigslist robbery loads to a police shooting when one of the suspects has a weapon. >> one suspect is in the hospital with another in custody and a third at large. cbs 2 janelle burrell has more. janelle? >> reporter: well mary police were out here all night and into the early morning hours searching for that third accomplice whose still on the run here this morning but we want to show you what the scene looked like last night when police first arrived on the scene.
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monroe street and bedford avenue looking for that teenager. police say this began just after 7:30 last night . the man seen on surveillance video on a stretcher they say he pulled out a weapon on an undercover detective who fired back striking him in his torso and arm. well it turns out that the 20 year old suspects weapon was actually a bb gun. that 20 year old is now in the hospital in stable condition. one of his accomplices was arrested and right now investigators are working to see if the trio was the same group that robbed a woman responding to an online posting for an apartment here. the search continues for the third suspect here this morning. reporting live from brooklyn, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. 6:32 now to traffic and weather on the 2's, john? >> thanks, mary. sunrise hour so we continue to dip number wise. we're down in the city and it's cool north and west as well. it's pretty cool out on the
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parts of suffolk county, clear and 43 in the cities winds are calm bright skies absolutely. just a hint of a cloud now and then just to paint those beautiful morning skies with a we're waiting for the rain to the south that rolls in during your day tomorrow let's get you rolling with nice numbers just cold out the door 57 at lunch time 59 your high, mid 50s to around 60 today. if appels are the apple of your eye you'll literally be able to drink them in this week. we'll talk about that in a bit right now. let's start your week with alex. >> so if you're traveling this morning we have an accident blocking the had o have lane on lie westbound and we have these heavy delays back to exit 49. the good news if you stick to the northern state parkway as an alternate you'll have a much better ride. we have a disabled vehicle blocking right lane on the inbound and we have delays back to queens boulevard. also in brooklyn we have an accident blocking two lanes on
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it's approaching the williamsburg bridge delays here back to queens boulevard. alternate side is in effect city wide and remember to be safe don't text and drive and if you are traveling to the airport so far everything is on or close to schedule at jfk, laguardia and new york liberty. fatigue may have been a factor in a deadly accident involving a taxi on the upper west side. >> the cabbie told police he had been driving for 16 hours straight before allegedly hitting an elderly woman. cbs 2 diane macedo has the story. >> reporter: she was in tears barely able to speak about the loss of 88 year old luisa rosario, a motherly woman well known and loved by her neighbors. >> she always smiling talking to her and she will dance with the little kids. >> surveillance video shows the crash that hit and killed rosario after midnight sunday. the taxi makes a right turn off
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the sidewalk to cross 109th with the light. >> he was yelling oh, it wasn't my fault. it wasn't my fault. >> her grandson says he can't believe it happened right around the corner from her apartment. >> to me it's still a nightmare. >> rosario died at the hospital and now police confirm the cab driver told them he had been behind the wheel for 16 hours that night surpassing the city limit of 12 hours in a 24 hour period. >> it has been a tough week, a very very tough week. >> on friday mayor deblasio spoke about the alarming number of traffic deaths a year after launching his vision zero policy. >> nypd issued 100,000 speeding tickets so far this year. 100,000 which is nearly twice as much as before vision zero was put into effect. >> the mayor's office says 104 pedestrians have been killed so far this year compared to 117 this time last year. tonight rosario's family is begging the city to do more. >> they need to do something
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>> well mayor deblasio is scheduled to speak about the act at a news conference scheduled for today. it's his second media availability for off topic questions in less than a week. last week our political reporter marsha kramer traveled to puerto rico to get the mayor to answer his questions and his press secretary rejected the request for off topic questions the day before. a vicious attack by a pit bull terrier lead to the death of a 9-year-old long island girl. the girl was mauled in the backyard of a home in elmont around 10 sunday morning. friends ran screaming for help eventually police arrived and shot the annie mthe girl was pronounced dead at a hospital four hours later. the dogs owner was arrested on an unrelated charge of violating an order of protection. happening today, the estranged husband of an upper west side finance executive and mother of two found dead in her bathtub five years ago is due back in cord. he's facing two counts of
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what has long been considered a cold case. sheila colvin's body was found on the morning of december 31, 2009. investigators say she was strangled to death. also today corrections officers told a news conference calling for changes on rikers island. a you new use of force guidelines were implemented at the jail. weeks later came thursday's violence attack on a corrections officer by two inmates in mid october a judge approved reforms following accusations guards caused unnecessary force against inmates. investigators say a fire that hit a multi-family house under construction in queens is suspicious. it broke outlast night in forest hills and spread to two other homes. fire crews say when they giant fire ball. fast. >> it went up really quickly and in a few minutes it started taking the other buildings, so it was horrendous like never
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life. >> injuries were reported. the family of a new york man mysterously found dead during a cruise in bahamas is planning to sue roll caribbean. cell phone video shows him clinging to a life boat on friday on the side of the oasis of the seas. now the cruise line says he jumped after a domestic dispute. his family says he fell due and altercation with crew members who made anti-gay slurs about him and his husband. >> there were anti-gay remarks being made against them. there was no jump or domestic dispute. >> the attorney says he's also looking into why the crew did not do more to rescue him. it is 6:38 and we are following breaking news, chopper 2 over the scene as one person is dead, two injured in a shooting near pen station. we will have a live update for you. also, controversy at the mall while people on long island are not happy with santa and what's being done about it.
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we welcome you back here at 6:41. back to breaking news police are on the scene of a shooting north of pen station. jim smith over the scene. what's the update now? >> reporter: chris we
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two others have been shot. this occurred 35th street and eighth avenue, we understand that most of the activity took place down in the subway station. you can see where those stairs go. police are up on the surface as well as down in the station itself. at this point, we believe this police do not have a suspect in custody. again one person has died as a result of a shooting. two others have been injured this all occurring near 35th street and eighth avenue in the subway station. we'll get more as it becomes available. for now live in chopper 2 jim smith cbs 2 news. at 6:42, time for traffic and weather on the 2's john? >> chilly out there this morning very cold morning but a delightful day today more interesting weather week. it's also cider week in the city so take advantage of today for some of the great cider tastings and pairings and boy i'll tell you what it's taking over and in the new york state. its become big business. isn't that pretty out there? that is just gorgeous we've got
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43 degrees clear skies winds calm relative humidity at 68%. numbers around the area cold in jersey city freezing 32 and it's a little warm earl through queens and brooklyn, we have 36 there for staten island. around the area, cooler still, monticello at 27, 27 in the hamptons, 37 in greenwich, these numbers without exception 4-20 degrees colder than it was yesterday. one of the final freeze warnings that we have to tell you about this is for parts of long island so mike on camera too very big on social media north shore so he doesn't start raking for like two more weeks. this makes sense. you're dealing with more suspended leaves and by me to the west i've just got the front i don't do. don't do the side but the back they are almost all down so today is the day to do it. you've got high pressure in control.
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this is what the models are doing think this bringing moisture to the north bringing hit ever yes rain offshore and that's tomorrow morning and yesterday the thinking was it would be closer to our area so it doesn't look like we tap into that soaking rain which is good and bad. we need the rain. now the model is more aggressive in bringing those and into tuesday night. could see a left over shower early on veterans day and then a better chance for showers thursday before we see a dry break and then maybe raking at mike's place this weekend. 6:44 let's get you out the door with alex. >> john thank you. good morning everyone. happy monday and unfortuntely, slow ride in brooklyn we have an accident blocking two lanes on the belt parkway eastbound at flatbush avenue delays back to nap street and also in brooklyn an accident blocking two lanes on the bqe southbound approaching the williamsburg bridge. if you were traveling this morning a crash blocking the hov lane on the lie westbound between exits 41 & 40 causing
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exit 49 but if you go out of your way to the northern state parkway it will be a much smoother ride as an alternate. checking in on the hudson river crossings a live look at the lincoln tunnel there's about a 30 minute wait as you make your way around to the tolls a 15 minute delay to the george wash ton bridge and holland tunnel. alternate side is in effect city wide. drive. a warning before you go holiday shopping online. the federal trade commission says some websites are using a gift card scam to rip people off. daniel googled a grill he wanted buy and decided to purchase it where the best price was and as usual a requirement. the website only accepted amazon gift cards as payment. he bought himself a gift card and placed the order but he never got the grill and then had he was out of the money. >> you just essentially mail them an envelope for money? >> the federal separation commission says this is a common scam around the holidays as gift cards don't offer the same protection as credit cards.
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time and then go away before anyone can post negative comments. macy's has unveiled the four new balloons that make their debut in this years thanksgiving day parade. the trial run included the movie ice age, and red from angry birds, there he is. >> there's nothing more exciting when we see a launch of a new character something that comes to life for the first time. >> to see them this close and to be able to touch one today is pretty cool. >> two balloons associated with corporations also unveiled a new fourth version of ronald mcdonald and there's also the sky dino is returning to the parade for the first time since 1976. the christmas display at two malls in our area have been changed after public outcry over the lack of holiday cheer. as cbs 2 hazel sanchez tells us santa is getting another makeover. >> for those celebrating christmas this is the scene most remembered when visiting
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in white plains but just a few days ago the traditional holiday reds and greens were replaced by a more modern santa set like this one in roosevelt field mall on long island >> where is the green, where is the red? where is the eels and the idea of christmas? >> roosevelt field and the westchester were among seven malls across the country owned by the simon property group out fidded with a new winter wonderland called glacier, glowing white lights but no decorated christmas trees or life-like reindeer. many shoppers were disappointed with the change. mike brightwig created a facebook page urging people to boycott simon malls. >> i think that it was the the holiday season. >> it's taking away the fun of christmas. >> i think as a society i think overall we've gone a little bit too pc. >> simon property president says the attempt to change the christmas theme had nothing to secular.
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years past saying it's too christian. >> absolutely not. not in any way whatsoever. it was in response to trying to create a more interactive kind of modern experience for the kids. >> okay. >> and it just didn't work. >> so simon malls are going back to their traditional sets. some malls plan to mix the old with the new. gi appreciate that. i think that's great. >> i think it's part of them to bring back christmas trees. >> out of 110 simon malls across the country only seven were given this glacier set and three are being torn down and one was never even put up. in white plains, hazel sanchez, cbs 2 news. it is now 6:48. we are following breaking news, one person is dead, two injured in a shooting just north of pen station. and she is already lighting up the stage where missy copeland will ill loom nate the city. and now we have this mornings sports update. >> no locals in action tonight
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reports are that one person has died, two others injured as a result of the shooting. we're looking at the south east corner of 35th street and eighth avenuement numerous policeofficers there on the sidewalk as well as down in the subway station. early information is that that is where the situation occurred. diane macedo is down at the scene with the latest. dianne? >> reporter: that's right. we're here on the corner of 35th and eighth. you can see the level of police presence here this is just outside of the ace stuff. we aren't sure if it happened in front or at the stop itself and as you can see it's a very busy area. there are people commuting back and forth here so either take the subway and we are also just a block or two from pen station so a lot of commuters coming in from long island and new jersey as well so very busy area, raises a lot of concerns about something like this happening here. the fdny says the call came in after about 6:14 in the morning so this wasn't even something that happened in the middle of the night.
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as jim said we're here three people shot one fatally and police are now looking for the shooter or shooters involved. live in midtown, diane macedo, cbs 2 news. >> dianne, thank you. let's get to traffic and weather on the 2's right now and john just turning 6:53 what do you got? >> in stark contrast to the drama playing out below we've got beautiful skies above in the city. its just cold 45 so be ready for that. we have readings in the 20s north and west and also for long island at 27 right now, so you need a coat but then it's a nice day. mix of sun and clouds about 56 around 60 and that's a little bit above normal. a little warmer still tuesday into wednesday, but remember, you've got about a 70% chance of some rain later tuesday overnight into the first part of your veterans day and then another round of showers possible on thursday, so going to be a busier week. it's a busy morning right now right alex? >> you're right john as you make your way in several areas expect delays. let's begin in brooklyn where
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two lanes at flat bush avenue delays are back to nap street. also in brooklyn an accident block two lanes on the southbound bqe approaching the williamsburg bridge delays are back to queens boulevard. also an accident blocking the hov lane on lie westbound between exits 41 and 40 that stretch back to exit 49 but out of your way to the northern state parkway it will be a much smoother ride. as of right now as far as mass transit is concerned we are not seeing issues reported at pen station with trains or subways this morning and that is of course in regard to the deadly shooting we have been following but we will continue to update you on that metro north pass trains, new jersey transit lirr still reported on or close to schedule. alternate side is in effect city wide and remember to be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? alex thank you. let's check in with cbs this morning nora o'donnell and charlie rose join us with a preview. >> reporter: good morning we are on breaking news. two americans killed in jordan.
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what you need to know before you go, breaking news, two blocks north of pen station three people shot, one person is dead and two others wounded in a shooting in the subway. there is still a suspect on the loose, we will have much more as it becomes available. one suspect on the run another captured and a third shot and in a hospital they tried to holdup three plain clothes detectives last night. police say they wound the suspect pulled out what turned to be a bb gun. fatigue may have been a factor in the deadly accident involving a taxi on the upper west side. sources tell cbs 2 the cabbie told police he had been driving for 16 hours straight before allegedly hitting an elderly woman yesterday. 88 year old luisa rosario was
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where said was pronounced dead. dancer missy copeland gets a new york honor that will help flip the switch to light the empire state building in honor of the 25th year of glamour magazines women of the year award. let's go to alex denis for a final look at traffic. >> busy morning in brooklyn with an accident that closed the felt way park eastbound at flat bush avenue delays back to nap vet and are growing and mass transit everything is reported as on or close to schedule despite the deadly shooting north of pen station but continue to check our facebook page for any changes to this morning ride. we reached out to the mta, we'll let you know if anything changes, john over to you. >> thanks alex. chilly morning but then a nice bright seasonal day today. get ready there's rain on the way tomorrow. likely later in the day and overnight into the first part of your veterans day. another round of showers coming in on thursday so it's give and take rain over the next few days. >> john thanks so much. coming up we'll have another update on the shooting two blocks north of pen station in 25 minutes.
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>> i'm chris wragge.
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