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it's is 4:30. 36degrees on this monday, november 30th. there's rain headed our way. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. >> another water main break in hoboken. >> reporter: 100 people here on
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water after yet another break in a water main. >> reporter: this morning water once again bubbling from the streets overnight. this time the rupture happening just over midnight from 1st and 2nd streets. crews are on the scene working to make repairs. it was just hours after the hoboken officials announce shade nix fictioned the break in the water main and valve less than half a mile away. that flood the streets. >> it's a disaster. >> reporter: it left people without water for days. >> it's difficult. people have cabs where i live. it's much hearter. >> reporter: crews so far
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deponent have any word when they expect the remares to be completed. janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. an israeli court has connected two of three men in the death of a 16-year-old boy. he was kill as the revenge for the killings along the west bank. the verdict of the third teen has been delayed. let's get to traffic and weather on the 2nd. hi, john. >> we are all here. how exciting is this? >> if you follow chris wragge on twitter, it's colt. you door souls in hoboken. winds out of the northeast at 10. it will be a cooler day in the day.
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clouds for central and south jersey, that's the order for today. warm front on the way, and it will spring in rain, which we desperately need. warming up the month in the sense that we will be below normal. >> hi,on, and everyone a thank you for traveling with us. hon low street is closed in both directions for 1st and 2nd street. we are live with arrive look coming up. >> going through jewel avenue. the good news, you're delay, but you will see the flashing flights. in and out, you're deplay free. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. the gunman accused of
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participanthood slippic on friday will be in court. here in new york users have stepped up security and will meet to discuss family. >> half a million people here, and it happened to be my brother out of all the week. random. >> reporter: 57-year-old dear has antiabortion and antigovernment views. his ex-wife said he believed abortion was wrong. a developing story in a afghanistan. officials have received reports of an eminent attack. u.s. citizens are traveling to
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cbs 2 is joining 180 threers and pleasanted 180 blames. yesterday, hundreds of activists were arrested for following information for the terror attacks. much more coming up in our broadcast. classes at the university of chicago after someone threatened to shoot up the the school the anonymous threat was made online at a popular campus. the threat reportedly warned it would happen at 10:00 this morning only classes and activities on the main campus are affect. new analysis will headlight on the loot shooting of a '823 period guy. it shows the cleveland police officer shooting shies, who had
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is the officer will decide if his officer or field credit officer how old should be charged with his death. the jury is out on the fate of sheldon speakers. silver is accused of taking millions of dollars in kickbacks after a flash taj new jersey. state police have identified one of the people killed. the man pulled over and got out of his car after he made the
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12 people pulled over, and it slammed into the man's vehicle. mark moore began has reaction to the scarlet knights' shakeup. >> reporter: the rutgers' football program was plagued by scandal this year and the head football coach and the athletic director have been fired. >> reporter: these polysomus shots identify five players arrested in september in connection with three home invasions and an april assault that left one man with a broken jaw. two others reason afoul of the law as well. kyle flood was fined $50,000 and suspended for 3 games for trying to meet with a teacher. several students we spoke with
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feel it was time to clean house. >> i think it was definitely justified with the bless we are receiving. >> when i heard he try toad mess with the grading of the football players. that's unfair. if you're a coach, you should try to have integrity on and off the field. >> it works out if you're going for 015. >> path rib hobbs was dean amaratis. >> i think we need a fresh start. the best thing to do is move on. >> reporter: he was here in 2013 while they searched for a new coach, and many hoped he would stay on. mark morgan, cbs 2 news.
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>> some fought the crowds on friday, but now it's cyber monday. experts project nearly half of home day shopping will be done online this season, and a quarter of smart phone user will use their phone to shop. there's one more step consumers should take to get the best deal. >> the insight to the prices, register with either the retailers or the manufacturers. relationship. >> always make sure you shop on a secure site it should say https or have an address in the >> great relationship. i will take care of this. up next, the steps being taken in brooklyn to prevent
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what caused the dangerous crash. >> howe kobe bryant decided to make his retirement plans public. >> it's chilly out there right now we have a chilly day on tap. clouds will mix in, and there's rain in the 7-day. we have it. graphic weather on the 2s, coming up.
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2s.coming up. it's 4:42. welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning, and welcome back to the workweek. let's get you to traffic and weather on the 2s, and welcome back to john elliott. >> workweek, and i was actually in the sauna at my gym, and i was sweating sweet potatoes. it was just crazy. so much food over the weekend, and now it's a reality check. reality check weatherwise, too. 25degrees, and charlie, i like this, 25 degrees. for the most part, clear skies,
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and the clouds will fill in. today, i'm starting the outdoor decorations, how should i dress? it's fine to put the decorations up, but you're cold and going to be at the low 40s at best. actually i love jeans. in 2014, americans spent $124 per order on cyber monday! >> wow! per order? that's too rich for my blood. you need to create a relationship with your banker. numbers around the area, the 20s, 30s, and some are below freezing. 37 for the jersey shore, and comparing the numbers to yesterday, no shock here, and it's colder, 4-12 degrees colder out the door, and just enough of a breeze, it will really kick you. 24 the real feel in greenwich. 28 in the hamptons, and the
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windchills in the 20s for many of the areas celebrating. good part of passaic, bergen, parts of queens, nassau, you seeing the clouds. it's central to southern new jersey. warmth front on the way. the ice and snow will continue to be a major problem well to the west. what happens? it's warm air, and then the clouds fill in. it's cold. this time tomorrow morning, the wet roads, and then the leaves mixing in on the sidewalk, and it will be slick. during the day, hit-and-miss source. wednesday a wet day. wednesday we could sigh more coverage of the rain. starting really tonight, the chance of rain, better chance on tuesday with the warm front. peak heat on wednesday, and cooler and dryer to wrap up the week.
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this morning, alex, i had a wrongway driver of the way in. very scary. >> if you're traveling, there's areas to avoid. in hoboken, monroe street is closed in both directions for 1st to 2nd avenues. janelle burr relatively is live and will have an update shortly. >> the accident has cleared at jewel avenue. no delays in either direction. we have construction on the northbound side of the harlem river drive from the 135th to the george washington bridge. you don't have much company to contend with that. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. if you're just waking is up, good morning. a bus driver in virginia has been charged with wreckless driver after his charter bus overturned with 51 people.
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at least 32 were hurt, including the driver, but not seriously. heavy smog in shanghai reached poisonous levels, nearly 7 time what the world health organization considers safe. new sodium labeling rules will take effect across the the city. chain and fast food restaurants have to put a saltshaker on items with high sodium. stock future the are lower following a short trading week. markets were open on friday. the dow jones lord 14 points. the s&p 500 was up by 1.5. bill gates announces a new project today, aim at tackling climate change. the break through energy clean energy.
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backers' names have been revealed including mark zuckerberg and richard branson. for some it's the most wonderful same of the year, but there's many with anxiety. 64% hate the crowds and long lines, and 54% said bad traffic. 35% said they are dreading weight gain. police are looking for a suspect who broke into the graves end bar. the man got away with a handgun, a wristwatch, and an undisclosed amount of money. a homeowner lit a fire in a fireplace, and a burglar was apparently trying to rob the
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man and he got stuck in the chimney on friday. the man put out the fire and called police after he heard someone scream. police used jackhammers to get to the man inside, but when they d he was did. >> homeowner noticed his stuff was rummaged through, and he thinks the guy got into the home on saturday night. >> it's believed he died from smoke inhalation and burns. eric adams handed out dozens of smoke detectors in east flatbush. the couple was trapped upstairs after their smoke alarms did not go off. >> no one wants to lose a family member around any time of year the. >> a power cord in the dining room caused the fire.
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with the holiday season, it's important to make sure your lights are not overloaded. it's recommended you plug the lights into a wall unit. don't rely on extension cords as a constant power source. money for nothing. the unique way a game was able to fund raise on friday. would creed be able to knock out the hunger games? we will look when we come back.
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cbs 2 news this morning. blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale is back... plus 1! woo-hoo! right now buy one get one at half price throughout the entire store. blinds. shades. sunscreens. the entire store! hey, any excuse for a party. and big savings. blinds to go. blinds for life. party on, people. blinds to go's 60th anniversary sale is back... plus 1! celebrate when you buy one get one at half price off the entire store. blinds. shades. sunscreens. the entire store! 'cause the older we get, the more you save. that's just how we roll.
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every coconut has a dream. to come out of its shell. to show all the world its true, inner beauty. and then, in an ironic twist, get covered up by chocolate and almonds. almond joy mounds. what every coconut wants. [music] welcome back to cbs 2 news this morning at 4:51.
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traffic and weather coming up for you. first, the company behind an offcolor party game says it has a unique twist on black friday. customers were told they could pay cards against humanity $5, and get absolutely nothing in return. the company shared the cash fall with employees. >> you get nothing! nada! >> have you ever played the game. >> yes. >> oh, the kids want it, but it's a rough game. if you have a teenagers, they want it, and you have to play with them. it will last a minute. i'm not playing that game! it's cold and refreshing, and we will wrap up the month with a chill. that's unusual for this month, and we will kick off december with rain.
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tuesday into wind ever wednesday. high pressure for the cooler half of the workweek. the warm air is waiting to come in and the warm front will bring in the warmer temperatures overnight want to and tomorrow. we want to focus on the nasty, challenging weather. the big problem in the plains after the pain in the plains yesterday because of the size, and we will see some of this work its way into chicago. just remember , travel issues there. in our area it will be cool. just 46 for the high today. we will turn the numbers around, adding a the -- at wednesday. route 45 is closed in both directions due to an accident. this water main break in hoboken has the streets is
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the rfk triboro bridge, there's a new weather pat earn in effect. the road is being divert on to a temporary map. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. >> thank you, alice. a player with one of the most decorated careers is calling it quits. kobe bryant announcinged his retirement last night. the former nba champ says he will retire at the end of the season. he did it in the form of a poem on jeter's website saying my heart can take the pounding, my mind can handle the grind, but my body knows it's time to say good-bye. >> the website crashed yesterday. every time there's a big announcement, it crash.
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why the pope's trip to africa has the people worried. the hunger games has ruled the box office. will the weekend numbers continue. cbs 2 news this morning. catch holiday-cookie cheer on the tip of your tongue with dunkin' donuts' holiday- cookie-flavored coffees. from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., enjoy any medium latte or macchiato for $1.99. switch now, new york and get installed as early as today. mom switched. we switched.
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brewed fresh because it's not just any coffee. it's your coffee, your dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. we all have one enemy! that's president snow! >> the hunger games dominated the box office for the second weekend in a row. disney and pixar's "the good sign daughter" was in second, and "creed" took third. >> anyone see a movie this weekend. >> mike on camera 2 thought the hunger games was overrated, and he loves family cinema.
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>> they are talking about if there's going be a prequill. >> can i make a recommendation? go see "creed." >> is it good? fantastic. >> how was sylvester? >> he will be nominated. >> talk about full circle! it would only be fitting. 4:58. ahead, the day's top stories including at new pieces. more than a dozen parts shot with a bb gun this morning. just in time for the cyber monday, apps you can download
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cbs 2 begins in 90 seconds. it's monday, november 30th. you will need a jacket and umbrella for the weather. and that's in a moment. good morning i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. the city of hoboken dealing with another water main break. the third in just 8 days. >> janelle burrell is live. >> reporter: the water has been
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midnight when the water main broke. you can seat huge improve. from what we first saw when we were on scene. most of the water has receded, but the crews are working feverishly this morning without water. the water is bubbling from the streets of hoboken after another water main break? the overnight. it happened on the city's south side. crews from the water company are on the scene working to make repairs. the new water main problem happened just hours after hoboken officials announced they fixed the break in the 24 hour water main and a 26-inch valve less than a half mile away. many frustrated restaurant and
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business owners were left without water for days. >> it's difficult. people have babies where i live, and it's hard. >> reporter: this break much smaller, but stiman inconvenience for those affected. >> reporter: again, about 100 people this morning here on monroe street, waking up without water in rose street between 1s and 2nd roads are closed they have give nontimetable as to when they expect it to be wrapped up. janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. time for weather and traffic on the 2s. >> thank you, chris. a day of change on the way. clouds this afternoon, and maybe light rain to wrap up the month. cool enough numbers, freezing drizzle north and west. scanning the skies, mideastly sunny to start.
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day and the night they are affiliated with the front to the south. getting you to work, 37 at 8:00, it's chilly. as the clouds still in, it sinks in. it will not feel as comfortable as it did yesterday. 46 this amp, and 45 after work and school. let's get you to work and school with alex. >> good morning, everyone. thank you for waking up with us. route 45 is closed in both directions, and there's currently an accident on east williams avenue. if you stick to that, you should have an okay ride. a live look at the george washington bridge. is the inbound lower level e- zpass only until 6:00. the lincoln and holland tunnel, inbound and outbound. the new jersey turnpike, kind of surrounding the area, also flowing freely for you. alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide. remember, don't text and drive.
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happening today, the accused gunman in the colorado planned parenthood attack will face a judge for the first time. >> this is as governor cuomo makes changes. >> reporter: is one of the locations that had changes start on friday. they will be dealing with longer term security and this comes as the accused gunman comes and we american more about people he's accused of killing. >> i'm stressed. >> reporter: leontte chandler is devastated over the loss of his brother, one of three people killed on friday during the colorado planned parenthood shooting. >> out of all the week here, it was my brother? it was random.
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>> reporter: stewart warned everyone inside to take cover after he was shot and told them to take cover: >> it was very, very calm, deliberate it looked to me he was trying to situate i himself to get maximum access for them to come through. his ex-wife says he believed abortion was wrong, but it was never a topic of discussion. >> garrett would ask us to go on. >> reporter: yesterday friends and family remembered officer garrett swasey. his wife said "in the end his last act was for the safety and well willing of others and a tribute to his life." parents of the third victim posted online, i love you my daughter, life was too short. he intended to set off propane
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the suspect is being held without bond. he is due for a video hearing around 1:30 p.m. for the other victims, five officers and four civilians were injured, but they are expected to be okay. diane, thank you. president obama is in paris taking part of the u.n. climate conference. the city is on lockdown with 146,000 in town. the attacks led to a ban on demonstrations, and that led to protesters clashing with police. >> this is the highest threat environment i have professionally ever seen. there's so much going on, not just with isis, but other terrorist groups and protesters, and it's an incredibly critical threat time for us to be involved in. >> president president is staying at a heavily guarded
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instead of a hotel. the 12-member jury panel will be deciding the fate of sheldon speaker. they ended deliberations at noon on wednesday before taking an extended holiday weekend. silver is accused of kick kickbacks. police say a man in queenses of caught on surveillance video walking into the the front yard of a home on wood haven and lighting the flags on fire. 40 flags were destroyed. cyber monday is happening online. what's the best strategy for the best deal? matt kozar reports. >> reporter: natalia and her family ground great instore deals this weekend, but they have are waiting until sign ere monday for their big purchase,
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>> i have been stalking amazon for awhile. hopefully tomorrow. they are 325. hopefully tomorrow they drop to 300. >> reporter: cyber monday is expected to be the biggest e- commerce day of the year. >> it's important to know how to negotiate the best price we can. >> nayhem daniels says there's tricks that can save people money. the end of the purchase involves submitting payment information, and he says you should close the browser because it may lead to an e- mail and more savings. >> you have the patience, and you may really get the final incentive, which will get you
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to the rock bottom price. >> reporter: yann daniels says shoppers should always search for coupons. some online merchants allow the use of multiple coupons. some are worried about cyber security and prefir to shop for presents the old fashioned way. >> i prefer to buy in the stores in cash. >> there you have it. time now, 5:09. a not-so-welcomed surprise coming to a long island parking station this week. the land vandalism free that has several nassau county communities on edge. the effort that a community is taking to make a wish come true for a little boy fighting cancer. chilly for you out the floor, and coat, absolutely. hats and gloves. i wore them this morning. shades at times, and coming up, we will talk about a record that may be in jeopardy now.
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morning had pie for breakfast. why not? here's the deal. we are serving up chilly temperatures. fun with numbers in a by. as you step outside, you need to gear up for it i had my vest on and gloves and scarf, and the trick is on a day like today, don't wear the coat in the car. have the coat on when you get out of the car. it feels so good. winds out of the northeast at 10. numbers an around the area, sus sis is 22. the concern is enough cool air could come back in tonight, you could see freezing rain and drizzle well north and west. look at charleston and washington, that's where we will see the millet milder air, and that's going to work in overnight tonight. we will seat morning lows closer to 40 tonight, and that means it's below normal. what's the deal, man? setting at 4:29.
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23 of the 29 days have been above normal the and mild. we are on track to go down for the warmest november ever. we will be 3 degrees below normal today. will we tie 2001? or will this be the warmest november? stay tuned. no wagering kids. what we do definitely need, the rain. 9.5inches below normal, and there's a chance for rain, not today. today, sun is giving away to clouds, and it's chilly. on-again-off-again rain tomorrow. two things you will note. it will be warmer on wednesday, and there's a better chance for more of a soaking rain. a quarter of an inch to a quartser of an inch of rain depending where the bands set up for you. it's not bad. if you can spread it out, you
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total, but it's sloppy. starting tonight. on and off tomorrow, and we are dryer and cooler thursday into friday. descry dry roads right -- we have dry roads right now, except in hoboken. >> a detour here has been set up for you, and if you stick to that, you will have a smooth ride. a new traffic pattern is in effect today. the manhattan-bound traffic a exiting to east 125th street. diverted there to the temporary ramp. we anticipate it will cause hesitation as people are familiar with the new traffic pattern. jfk parkway eastbound or to the gowanus, and mass transit, currently everything is on or close to schedule with metro north, new jersey transit, and l.i.r.r. if your commute involves
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island bay shore station, get ready for a new parking fee. beginning at the new year, residents need a parking permit for $90. an informational meeting will be held tonight at 7 at the bayshore community library. several communities are on alert after a dozen car win dose were left shattered over the weekend. the widespread damage seems to have been caused by someone firing a weapon from a moving vehicle. >> three of our cars got hit and four from the neighborhood. >> reporter: shattered glass and rattled nerves this weekend shooting spree, apparently middle of the night. >> we didn't hear windows breaking or anything. >> reporter: no one injured,
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the local auto glass shops busy. jackie's car is now sporting plastic window coverings and dents. >> it took away from our saturday. we had to clean out the car and tape the plastic over the window and then take it to get fixed. >> the one auto glass place i called gave me a deal on $270. christine's window jarring sight, just doors down from her similarly affected neighbor. it appears to be the work of driveby delinquents. >> i think someone knows who is doing this. i'm sure it's out on someone's social media, and hopefully someone will do the right thing and turn them in. marred with havoc. steve langford, cbs 2 news. >> police have surveillance
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the jury collection will begin in the trial of william porter. prosecutors said he died of injuries from while he was in police custody. officer porter is expected to tyke the stand in his defense. officers are hoping that the release of a frame-by-frame analysis of a 12-year-old killed by a police officer a year ago it shows the officer shooting and killing tamear rice who had a pell out gun at the time. >> we see his arm and shoulder lifting upwards, and it's unclear if that's because of the shot that missed him or the shot that struck him in the stomach. the next frame, he is doubled over because he has been shot.
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>> the jury will decide if the city should be responsible for his death. the country where the pope is in africa is suffering because of an internal war. the latest endorsement for president. the nail-biting finish for the patriots and the broncos last night. another check of traffic
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up right after this. [music] what's wrong with being confident >> i see nothing wrong with it, that's for sure. 5:22 on as we wait on it this monday morning. now over to john elliott for traffic and weather on the 2s. >> i thought she was saying what's wrong with ian? i thought who is the ian guy? who is wrong. jacksonville 18 degrees, 20s dominate the valley, down
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to tarry town. 35 in spring lake, and 36 in the city. waiting for the wet weather from the south, and the cold weather will continue to bring problems to the plains. that could impact people trying to get home if they were delayed over the weekend. it's cool. 46. rain is in the works, not today but overnight tonight into tuesday. tuesday into wednesday, we can see good coverage of the rain. betts chance of rain will be wednesday. wednesday is the warmest of the week with the warm front on the way. tomorrow, flirting with 60 by wednesday. rain returns, which we desperately need. >> if you're traveling this morning, we need to help you in spring valley here. route 45 is closed in both directions. a detour has been set up. if you stick to that, you should have an okay ride. a live look at one of hundreds of cameras.
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no issues here and the major thorough fares are also clear. the west side highway at 153rd street, also moving well and the southern state parkway at melbourne avenue, the trend does continue for you. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. >> alex thank you. good morning once again. time for your cbs 2 sports update. what a game last night, the patriot verses the broncos steam missing their sure fire hall of fame peyton manning. it looked like the patriotses were on fire last night. here's gronkowski into brady, and he would be carted off. the injuries did not look serious. denver leads 24-21, but it's tom brady and the patriots,
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and good, and now to overtime, and this run would end the patriots' perfect season. the broncos win it in overtime 30-24 the final. the broncos start peytonmaning in relief for manning. the jets and dolphins trying to get over .500. fitzpatrick comes to play. finishing with 277 yards and 4 tds. ivory will bounce to the outside and then punch it in the jets win it. >> that was the good news, mary, and now the bad news, the giants are trying to pull out a win in washington, and deshawn jackson just kills the giants. can we please cover this man? please? for years! that was tough shot. eli, i tell you, they were sleepwalking here.
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his third of the day. another one of the odell beckham like catches. he has the two best catches in nfl history or at least two of them. the three interceptions were killers. a youth hockey team on long island is helping to make the wishes of a terminally ill little boy come true. the royals honored luke carasello who has developed a brain tumor on monday. they want to send him to the disney world. yesterday they made him an honor area family member. >> we just want to make it a special day for him and to raise money for him to go to disney world. >> the goal is to raise $7,000, and so far they have raised
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up next, the day's top stories. >> residents of hoboken are waking up without water once again after yet add water main break overnight. we will have a life report from the scene, coming up. the suspected gunman in the colorado planned parenthood attack faces a judge for the first time as state police helped to ramp up security at clinics here in new york we have details. don't go broke with your holiday shopping. the apps that can get your
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this. it is 5:30, 35-degrees ofen this monday, november 30th. grab a coat we have a cool and cloudy day on tap. traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. another water main break in hoboken. good morning, i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge this is the third break for hoboken in 8 days. janelle burrell is live from the scene with more. janelle? >> reporter: chris, another monday morning, another headache for a lot of residents here in hoboken this morning. the good news, this water main break not nearly as bad as the one they experienced in the
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you can see just a bit of water on the ground here on monroe street. it has receded considerably, but 100 people are wake up this morning without water. >> reporter: this hot water once again bubbling from the streets of hoboken after yet another water main break in the city overnight this time the rupture happening just after midnight between 1st and 2nd streets on the city's southside. views blocking water from the road. the crew were on the scene working to make are repairs. hoboken officials announced they fixed the main in the 24- inch water main and a 36-inch valve just a week away. the disruption lasted a week, flooding streets, and it left many frustrated business owners and resident dents without water for days.
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>> it's difficult. people have babies where i live, and it's hard. >> reporter: this break much smaller, but an inconvenience for those affected. as crews continue to make the repairs, monroe street from 1st to 2nd street still shut down. so 100 people this morning are waking up without water. no word when they expected the repairs to be completed. janelle burrell cbs 2 news. >> thank you, janelle. earlier this month the state department issued a warning to citizens traveling to afghanistan after the terror attacks in paris, and now there's a report that an attack is eminent there. it is not water-main breaking cold out there that we are dealing with, and that's just -- how annoying is that?
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>> very difficult. you are dealing with the chilly conditions. you need to gear up for it. the 20s for many communities and the windchill, some in the 20s, too. no insulating clouds. participants of the area seeing clouds to the out, and they will fill in with a warm front on the way it will usher in the chance of rain starting tonight. there's a better chance for tuesday. rain continuing into the wednesday. an extended period for the rain. 43 at lunchtime. 46 your high, and 45 avenue work and school. a coat will feel good all day. >> now to traffic. >> changes if you're traveling this morning. we have an accident in york town heights. there's a crash on the northbound side of the taconic parkway. just know it's throughout. spring valley, route 45 is closed in both directions. a detour has been set up for you there.
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should have a smooth ride. the lincoln tunnel inbound and outbound at the hudson river crossings, and alternate-side parking rules in effect citywide. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. new this morning, new class at the university of chicago after someone threatened to shoot up the school. the university says the fbi informed them of an anonymous threat online that mentioned a pow shooting at the popular -- mentioned a possible shooting at the popular quage hangout. >> reporter: planned parenthoods like this one have
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been stepping up security since the colorado attack. we are learning more of the victims as the suspected gunman prepares for his first hearing. >> i'm crushed. >> reporter: leante chandler is devastated over the loss of his older brother, one of three people killed in colorado springs on friday. >> almost half a million people here, and it happened to be my brother out of all these people? random! >> reporter: detectivings said stewart stepped outside of the clinic to make a call when he was shot. he warned everyone to take cover and called 911. >> it was very, very calm and deliberated. it looked like to me he was situating himself to get maximum access to the doors. >> reporter: law enforcement agents also say he said "no more baby parts" when taken
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into custody. his ex-wife says he believed abortion was wrong, but it was never part of a discussion. along. >> reporter: officer garrett swasey's wife said his last act was for the well being and safety of others and avs contribute to his life. the father of the third victim posted online "i miss you my daughter. life was too short." he had a series of propane tanks to set off as explosions. five other officers and four civilians were injure in the attack, but they are expected to be okay. live on the west side, diane macedo, cbs 2 news. to campaign 2016, an important endorsement this morning for the presidential ambitions of chris christie. chris christie received a
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board of new hampshire's most influential news leader, and the paper said christie is the right candidate for what they are calling dangerous times saying he has prosecuted terrorists and dealt admirably with natural disasters. hillary clinton has picked up the enforcement of boston's >> it's 2015. it's time we talk about the gender equity gap and make it a reality right now. as the elections come forward, we are all employeers, and it's up to us to make the difference in 2016, it's time we make a woman as president a reality. >> mrs. clinton also received details about her 5 year, $275 billion plan to improve the nation's infrastructure. happening now, president obama is among the world
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leaders gathered in paris for a world climate conference. >> it's just 2 weeks after terrorists killed 130 people in the city. as don champion reports, security is at an all time high. >> reporter: with heavily armed officers standing guard, paris is essentially on lockdown this morning. president obama with 146 world leaders are in town for a u.n. climate conference. after landing in the city on sunday night, the president's first stop was the bataclan theater, the scene of the worst shooting just 2 weeks ago. riot police have been deployed in massive numbers, 300 people were detained by authorities after police fired tear gas at protesters throwing bottles.
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government's ban on demonstrations during the conference. bruce tuley spent 40 years protecting dignitaries around the world. >> this is the highest threat environment i have professionally ever seen. there's so much going on with not just isis but other protest groups and this is a critical time threat to be involved in. >> 1,120,000 arkansas, police, and personnel are stationed throughout the country. president obama will stay at ambassador's residence, instead of a hotel. the city of chicago will be spending it million dollars to extend the use of body cameras. officers on the northwest side have been testing 30 body cameras since the beginning of the year it come in the wake of
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serious rockers here, aren't we? 33 in rearhead. that's cold. beautiful bayonne. 35. and readings in the 20s? that's right, 21. i didn't even have a challenge. today in 1954, pete your rights crashed through a woman's roof, striking her. >> reporter: that's around the water cooler today. it's always the most interesting things. 19, 27, cool readings. make sure you're ready for that in the city right now k you believe it? how many days until we are waiting for the ball to drop. i'm going to guess. i was talking to mike i think 762 hours, 445,000 minutes s and about 2,447,000 seconds. >> no that i'm counting at all. 36 out of the city.
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winds out of the northeast at 10. we have a lot of fun on the breakings, absolutely! 28 in summit. the windchills are as low as 14 degrees. so long november. you're finally feeling like november should. we have been so warm. wet weather not from the west, but from the south. the warm front will usher in the chance of rain. details, after work and school, the commute is fine. rain well south of the west n that's where you're headed. could see freezing rain or freezing drizzle. in cool pockets, watch out for the initial arrival of the wet weather, and then light rain. there's a better chance of rain on wednesday. the warm temperatures, and the front will push through on wednesday.
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mid- to upper 50s, and as far as projected totals a deficit for the year, over 9.5 inches, and we could see an inch of rain this is the event starting on tuesday on and off at times. between now and thursday, you could see over an inch or an inch and a half to the south. the busy period, tuesday and wednesday. we will dry you and cool you down. already, i bet your speeds are not that high. what's going on, alex? >> not at all john in the areas we are going to discuss. one lane is blocked on the northbound side of the taconic parkway no need to take an alternate out there yet, few just know it's out there. 45 is closed due to a crash at east williams avenue. the did tour has been set up for you. if you stick to it, you will have a smoot ride. in queens a disabled van.
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grand central parkway. delays are building back to main street. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. a bus driver in virginia has been charged with wreckless droving after his charter bus overturned. one person was badly hurt. 32overs including the driver was hurt but not seriously. the driver lost control taking a curve on the onramp. brooklyn's president went door-to-door trying to help the neighborhood honor a come that was killed in their home after the smoke alarms didn't go off. >> no one wants to lose a family member around any time of the year. >> investigators say a power cord in the dining room caused
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the fire. experts say it's key to be careful. make sure your power codes are not recommended. they recommend plugging directly into the wall. the agency came under fire for a controversial program 2 years ago when snowdell told them. the nsa now has to get a warrant to collect phone data. bill gates is tackling climate change. the break through energy coalition will bring together investors for around the world. he will review details in harris. facebook, mark zuckerberg, and richard branton are among the
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cyber monday seems to be taking the allure away from cyber monday. >> good morning, jill. have you shopped yet? >> not yet, but i'm getting ready. investors are waiting for the november jobs report. it's released this friday. the weak front is just about one of the only things that will prevent the feted from dropping their rates. nasdaq was up by 11. it's tuber monday, americans are expected to spend 2 ball dollarss in online shopping, more than 12% from last year, and big discounts are offered on the hottest tools and toys. others are offering store-wise sales, and all that online shopping this year is really taking a bite out of black from time to time typically the unofficial start to the shopping southbound season. it was found more people hope online than in stores over the
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chris and mary, i guess if it's between sitting in your pjs and ordering gifts or braving the crowds, it makes it easier. >> or brave the crowds in your pjs, too. 9:10. the workers are actually going to shop today. coming up in the next half an hour, the rescue that turned into the ultimate selfie. wait until you see this photo. we have the money-managing ann apps that can help you to spend a lot less. the jets beat the dolphins and the giants lose in washington. 20-14. the knicks lose in overtime.
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a history-changing discovery inside of king tut's comb. it's believed there's hidden passages, and there's ghost tombs inside of the tomb. there's also belief that a secure room is the last resting place for queen nefertiti. speaking of beauty. no, steve martin. ring king tut? they got a condo made of stone. i'm the only guy who remembers the song? winds out of the east. it's lily. it's going to jump to the
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last because there's that much wind, but the freeze is cold. we are going to kick off december with rain. above-normal temperatures tuesday and wednesday, and high pressure into thursday. you can see it's a matter of clouds filling in during the course of your day. snow and ice for the upper great lakes, and here's the wet weather we are watching. that will be in our area guy this morning. what about this morning? alex? >> we have changes as you make your way out. we have an accident marry, the lane is blocked on the northbound side of the taconic parkway, plan for that also on spring valley, 45 is closed in williams avenue. through the area. the live look at one of queens. the disabled van has a lane block at the l.i.e. westbound back to the grand
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central parkway. if you're traveling westbound, tick to the grand central parkway. that's smooth ere ride. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. in health watch this morning, every parent can be happy to bring their recovering child home from the hospital, but the transition can overwhelm the family. it can have a negative impact on the child's recovery. inhome visits and phone calls for nurses may help. it's cyber monday, and you may want to tak advantage of the deals out, but you may want to first put a budget together. everything you need is in the palm of your hand. >> reporter: bill conley is watching his budge right now as he will be moving from new york to l.a. next month. >> i like to know how far i'm
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overstepping my bounds. you can track your money and set up alerts. >> if i want to budget to spend $100 a week on food, and if i spend $300 this week, it e- mails me saying what are you doing? reel it in a bit. >> reporter: dan tracks workplace trends for his generation, and he says apps are the way millennials save money and invest. >> they could be using multiple banks and multiple credit cards apps in one app. >> reporter: level money will give you a look at how much none you have left to spend each day, week, and month. acorn takes your spare change and then rounds it to the nearest dollar, and that change is then invested in six different funds. >> it's an incentive for
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because it's a little bit each time. >> i would forget to put it into saving or an investment portfolio if there wasn't a technology doing it for me. >> reporter: allowing him to make the move now planning his financial future. jamie youkis, new york. >> now you have no excuse. didn't that app remind you to put the money back in the checking account. >> know that most require you to link your credit cards, checking accounts, and other highly personal information to the app accounts. >> all yearlong i do my friday 40. i put $40 in cash in a box, and then at christmas time, i have the money i need for christmas. friday 40. >> it's under his matress, so if you live in the vicinity, come on over! [ laughter ] it's chilly today.
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stay home because you're well and do shopping. warming tuesday and wednesday. >> you won't hit the traffic if you stay home. >> exactly. a couple of problems, but nothing out of the ordinary. still ahead, another water main break in the community reeling from two others over the last 8 days, plus this -- >> what do we want? >> justice. >> when do we want it? now! >> protests around the world and here at home in response to the climate summit happening in paris today. police say this suspect is targeting flags of a particular culture.
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it's 6:00, temperatures in november 30th. cool and cloudy today, and we form. good morning. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge. alex and john are standing by
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but first this morning -- >> hoboken has had its third water main break in 8 days. the crews are working to fix this problem, and we will have a live report from the scene. >> it's half a million people here, and it happened to be my brother out of all of these people. random. >> reporter: a brother is in mourning after he learns his brother was gunned down during the planned parenthood shooting in colorado springs. this comes as the accused gunman will make his first court appearance today, and new york state police will step up their security in the area. president obama and 136 other leaders are gathering for the u.n. climate conference. tear gas was used against protesters over the weekend, and we will look at the protests that happened here, coming up. >> honestly, i think think we need a fresh start. the best thing for everybody was to move on. >> reporter: the shakeup at rutgers university. the scarlet knights just
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finished the 4-8 season that was a mess on and off the field. details coming up in a full report. shopping online is a lot less hassle and a lot less people to deal with. >> it's cyber monday after black friday and small business saturday. now it the best chance to get deals online. experts have tricks that can get you steeper discounts. >> and an eagle rescue ends with the ultimate selfie. if you thought your selfies were great, wait until you see this one. >> you can't beat the eagle selfie. winds out of the north and east. 36 with clear skies for the
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connecticut, and new jersey. some clouds filling in south and west, and that, again, is the origin of the next system, a warm front ushering in the chance for a light rain overnight tonight, and then a wet pattern. 43 at lunchtime. 45 after work and school. we have to get there first. here to help, the always busy alex denis. >> thank you, john. if i'm busy, you're going to be busy. route 45 is closed, due to an accident at east williamsburg avenue. if you stick to the detour, you have a smooth ride. a live look at phenomenas river, new jersey. a serious accident is underway, blocking 2 lanes on 37 westbound. you can see the crews are on the scene, trying to clear the scene. we will let you know as it progresses throughout the morning ride. in queens a disabled van on the westbound l.i.e. the heavy delays back to the cross island parkway.
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stick to the grand central if you're traveling here. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. we begin with breaking news, the city of hoboken dealing with yet another water main break this morning. >> the third in just 8 days. janelle burrell is live with that story. >> reporter: good morning to you once again chris and mary. just hours after hoboken officials announced they had repaired last week's water main break that flooded the streets here in hoboken, this happened here on monroe street, and it was just after midnight, and an 8-inch break in the water main here on monroe street, we have seen crews out here for hours, and the good news, the water has receded quite a bit, but still, 100 households are wake up with dry taps. >> reporter: once again the water is bubbling from the streets of hoboken after another water main break in the city overnight. this time the rupture happening
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just after midnight on the city's south side. the police block the access to the road as the crews for the water company are working to make repairs. it's just hours after the hoboken officials announced they fixed a break in a 24-inch water main and a 36-inch valve less than half a mile away. the disruption lasted a week, flooding streets, leaving frustrated business and homeowners without water for days. >> it's frustrated. it's hard. >> reporter: this break is much smaller, but still an inconvenience for those affected. now with suez water still here, monroe is shut down from 1st to 2nd streets, and residents will be without water until the repairs are completed. so far we have not gotten an
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estimate as to when they expect the repairs to be done. reporting live from hoboken, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. a developing story in afghanistan. the u.s. embassy is warning citizens in kabul to be on high alert. a warning was issued to u.s. citizens traveling to afghanistan after the terror attacks in paris. ate caused gunman in the colorado planned parenthood attack will be facing a judge for the first time. >> cbs 2's diane macedo is live on the west side with more. diane? >> reporter: chris and mary this is one of 60 locations throughout the state where state police stepped up patrols since friday this comes as the suspected gunman is preparing
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case as we learn more about the people he's accused of killing. >> i'm crushed! >> reporter: leonte chandler is devastated over the loss of his older brother, one of three people killed in the planned parenthood shooting on friday. >> half a million people here, and it happened to my brother, random. >> reporter: stewart stepped outside to make a phone call when he was shot. he warned everyone to take cover, and he called 911. >> it was very, very calm and deliberate. it looked like to me was trying to situation himself toe get maximum use of the doors. >> reporter: the suspect also told police no where are baby parts as he was taken into custody, and his ex-wife said he told the new york times he believed abortion was wrong, but it was never a topic of discussion.
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>> reporter: yesterday family and friends remembered officer garrett swasey, and his wife said in the end his last act was for the safety and well being of others and the tribute to his life. the father of the third victim posted on facebook, i miss you my daughter, life was too short. the gunman had several guns and intended to shoot off propane tanks to set off a series of explosions. the suspect is currently being hold without bond, and he will have a video hearing this afternoon. the five officers and four civilians injure in the attack are expected to be okay. diane macedo, cbs 2 news. president obama is in paris taking part in the u.n. climate conference. after landing, president
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bataclan theater, the site of the worst attacks in the terrorist attacks earlier this month. the president is staying at the embassy instead of a hotel. hundreds of thousands marched in 150 countries including here in new york city. >> reporter: what do we want? >> justice. >> when do we want it? >> now. >> climate activists marched on saturday calling for officials to cut greenhouse gases, and they are asking mayor de blasio to continue his commitment to energy conservation and calling on the city to commitment to 100% renewable energy in 15 year saying new york city contributed more carbon emissions than 96 countries around the world. surveillance video released in the shooting of a 12-year- old boy a year ago.
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time now, 6:12. time for weather and traffic on the 2s. john, take it away. >> did you see that magic button? i didn't even touch that. that's high tech fun, and it's time to check in and see what the weather watchers are watching, and it's cold. folks with the chill out there. good old michael. i wonder what michael will be doing today. this was the picture that he sent in. oh, shopping there. that's nice. he's staying inside. that's a clever weather watcher shot. in the teens and0s, and charlie that doesn't surprise me at all. he has 19 degrees, and let's just stick around by the fire, oh, man. he's one of those guys. he has his tree up already. do you have your tree up yet? the other thing i'm thinking about. mary calvi sends out 1,000 cards. when are you going to get your
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have to put stamps on them. outside right now, clear conditions, and remember stamps? does anyone remember what a stamp is in we are going to see day. it's clear right now, and terry remembers stamps. 36, winds out of the northeast at 10. numbers around the area, cold. they are air temperature readings, 30 in new rochelle, and 31 in madison, and over in livingston, new jersey, it's not even freezing, but it's william livingston's birthday today. the kids may be learning about that revolutionary hero. the windchill of 30 degrees, and in great neck, 27. the windchill is 26 for the jersey shore as well. they are enjoying leftovers, i know for a fact. 46 for your high today. nowhere near the delightful record of 77 from this delightful day in 1971.
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sun is setting around 4:30. the first 29 days of november, we are quickly running out of time have been above normal. turning that around by 3 degrees today. sun giving away to clouds. more clouds fill in, and rain. and tomorrow on-again-off-again light showers, and then the warm front on wednesday, and better chance for a little bit of soaking rain on wednesday, and the take away, it starts tonight, and then we can see the showers on tuesday, and they will linger into your wednesday, and it's an extended period. we need the rain, and the brakes during the day on tuesday, that will actually hardship the ground absorb it. the concern tonight will be freezing rain or drizzle north and west with the cool temperatures before we warm you up into wednesday, and let's warm up the car, heated seats are on, and ready to go with alex. >> that's right, john we have changes for you in spring valley. route 45 is closed in both directions, sue to an accident at east williams avenue. a detour has been set up. if you stick to that, you'll
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jersey, an accident has two lanes blocked on 37 westbound at hooper avenue. a tow truck has arrived on scene, but crews are clearing the area in newark a crash is blocking the right lane on 78 eastbound this is just past the new jersey turnpike. delays in the area are past the airport. also, in queens a disabled van has a lane blocked on the westbound side of the l.i.e. it's as you make your way westbound. you heavier traffic building with the cross island parkway. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. chris? back to you. we continue to follow breaking news. another water main break in hoboken. the third in the last 8 days. we are told the latest incident affects 100 people in the area of monroe street. a live report from the next half an hour as we show you live pictures of the repair workers hard at work to fix the problem.
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major changes at rutgers university. the head coach and athletic director are both out of a job. one has already been replaced. mark morgan has reaction to the scarlet knight shakeup. >> the rutgers football program was plagued by scandal, and they decided to make major changes. kyle flood fired with julie herman. the knights made embarrassments away from the field. these five players were arrested in connection with three home invasions and an april assault that left one man with a broken jaw. two other players allegedly ran afoul of the law as well. head coach kyle flood had his own issues, suspended for 3 games and fined for $50,000 by attempting to meet with a professor over a player's grade.
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out. >> is that it was justified. >> when i heard about him trying to mess with the grading of the football players, i thought that was really unfair. if you're a coach, you should show integrity on and off the field. >> reporter: flood sat down with steve overmyer and voiced optimism about the 2015 season. patrick hobbs has been director. he served as the pirates' in 2010. >> honestly i think we needed a fresh start. it was like circus act. >> reporter: herman came on in 2013, and flood's tenure here ends after 4 seasons. ohio prosecutors are hoping
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shed light on a shooting of by police of a 12-year-old boy it shows the cleveland police officer shooting tamere rice who had a pellet gun at the time. the gland jury will decide if the officer or his field training officer should be charged with the boy's death. a man was caught on surveillance video walking into the the front yard of a home in wood haven and lighting a flag on fire. destroyed. the time now 6:19. in the next half an hour, how a local youth hockey team is making a wish come true for a island. if you think dangerous here, look at the conditions
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come with me to the midwest this is the focus now. snow for the plains, and they can handle that. that's manageable, but it's the ice through nebraska, kansas, and into iowa, and then notice part of northern illinois, into wisconsin, and there it's really bad in wisconsin. it's torrential rain and snow. our next system from the south, and that's the rain tomorrow. it's warmer wednesday, and it's after a chilly one today. we will see wet weather, not the kind of mess they had in the midwest. >> john, thank you. let's get to your traffic report on this back-to-work report on monday. >> if queens, you're used to a busy ride, but there's a car fire blocking springfield boulevard. delays are back to southern state parkway. unless toms river a lane is blocked in both directions on
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cars are still backed up on scene. time for the cbs 2 sports update. what a game for sunday night football, the undefeated patriots. >> it looked like the patriots were in total control until the 4th quarter, and watch this. down goes gronk, right into the end zone right there. he would get injured in the 4th. he was carted off. things not looking good. that's brock. 4-yard touchdown pass to andre caldwell right there. tom brady and the pats come back to kick the game-tieing field goal. what do you say we go into overtime? that's where c.j. anderson breaks through and breaks free. guess what? he scores. the broncos beat the patriots. the final in overtime last night, and now the patriots are
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at met life, the jets and the dolphins trying to get over 500. hitting marshall for the score. he would finish for 277 yards and 4 touchdowns. by air and by ground, chris ivory would bounce to the side, and he punches it all in. >> the jets win it 38-20. >> that was the good, and now for the bad. kurt cousins on fire early, and hitting deshawn jackson there. here. watch this, in the 3rd quarter t pivotal. the bad pass is picked off. he did have a couple of bright spots, none brighter than this. how about them? dell, making them once again the highlight reel catches, and and over. that's as good as the giants could do yesterday. they were sleepwalking through this one. they lose it 20-14 in the nation's capital. in this morning's two talkers, an eagle rescue has
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>> one of the best pictures you will ever see. but first the precious photos of princess charlotte. >> we have a new look of the newest member of the royal the family. >> reporter: never-before-seen photos of princess charlotte. the 6-month-old has not been seen in public since her christening in july. who is the photographer? kensington palace says the pictures were taken by her mother, nate. >> the little cardigan is so cute. >> it makes me so excited to have a little girl. i was looking at the pictures all afternoon, and my husband was like all right, enough already. she's not even ours! i can't even help it. two brothers were out bird hunting when they found a bat eagle stuck in a trap. they had the camera point in
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the right direction when they released it. it's amazing they were able to catch that, and it flew right away. >> thank you, alex. >> time now is 6:26. we are following breaking news. another water main break in hoboken, new jersey. the third in just 8 days. see how a long island hockey team helped to make a special boy's wish come true. >> and this -- >> if you have the patience to wait a couple of days, and sometimes it only takes a couple of hours. >> experts tell us the secret
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you click purchase. it is 6:30, 34-degrees on this november 30th. it's cyber monday. traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment for you. >> first, we are following breaking news. american citizens on high alert in kabul after reports of an eminent attack. hoboken dealing with another water main break. a live look for you from chopper 2. good morning i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. for the third time in 8 days,
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residents in hoboken are suffering from a water main break. janelle burrell is live at the scene of the latest break. janelle? >> reporter: good morning to you once again mary and i chris. about 100 residents here on monroe street waking up to no water coming from their taps after the water make break happening overnight. the good news, the water has receded quite a bit since we have been out here. it happened around midnight. crews have been working on repairing the break in the 8- inch main here on monroe from 1st to 2nd streets, and we want to show you what it looked like closer to the scene earlier this morning. there were several inches of water on the ground. crews have been here since midnight working to get the repairs made. you may remember this time last week in hoboken, less than half a mile from here, there was a break in a water main about three times the size, flooding
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people without water for days. a major inconvenience. >> it's difficult because people have babies and stuff where i live, and it's hard. >> reporter: the repairs were made on sunday, and this happening just hours later. crews are not sure as to when the repairs will be completed, but until they are done, about 100 people are here, waking up without water, and with that huge gaping hole here. the street is shut down until the treats are completed. janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> janelle, thank you. time now 6:32. now to john. such a chilly morning, and janelle needs gloves. windchill in the teens, and many have windchills in the 20s. in the city right now,
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windchill in the 30s and wind out of the northeast, the next rainmaker is coming out of the south and that will usher in warmer air, but not today. today lunchtime, you're still at 43. more clouds overhead, similarly south and west, and then a little bit of light rain is possible after midnight. right now, let's start your day with alex. >> thank you, john. good morning, everyone. thank you for waking up with us. if you're traveling by spring valley. if you stick to the detour, you are delay free. a car fire blocks the left side of the parkway at springfield boulevard, and also in toms river, a live look here at new jersey for an accident that is
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blocked. you're able to navigate around there. not a great alternate. plan accordingly. a 10 minute delay at the holard. alternate-side parking rules in effect. remember to be safe, don't text and drive. if your travels take you to the airplane, everything is on or close to schedule. >> alex, thank you. breaking news in afghanistan. the u.s. embassy there is warning u.s. citizens in kabul to be on high alert. they received reports of an eminent attack that could take place within the next 48 hours. a warning was issued to american citizens traveling to afghanistan after the attacks in paris. a teen was killed by israeli extremists in revenge for the killing of three teens
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in the west bank, and that led to the gaza war. the accused gunman in the colorado planned parenthood shooting will be in court. diane macedo is live on the west side with more. diane? >> reporter: chris and mary, this is one of 60 locations where state police stepped up patrols in the wake of the attack. today they will be back to help with longer term security and emergency planning. this comes as a suspectedded gunman prepares for his first hearing and we learn more about >> i'm stressed. >> reporter: leyonte chandler is devastated over the loss of his brother, one of three people killed in colorado springs on friday at the friday. >> half a million people here, unbelievable.
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being held without bond at the moment. he will have a video hearing this afternoon, and meanwhile, other victims, five police officers and four civilians who were also injured are recoverying. state police have identified robbie nike. he hit a cattle trailer on the side of the road on saturday night. he pulled over, got out of his car, and another driver in a van with 12 passengers lost control, slammed into the trailer and struck robbie and killed him. several cows were also killed in the accident. happening now, president obama is in paris, taking part in the u.n. climate conference. the city is on lockdown this
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morning with 1246 world leaders in town. after landing, president obama's first stop was at the bataclan theater. >> it's what is needed including moving towards a low carbon global economy of the century, enhancing security, and trust and robust financial support to help the developing countries. >> security is such a concern that president obama is staying at the heavily guarded u.s. ambassador's residence instead of a hotel. protesters defy the the paris ban. a march was planned for the eve of the summit. people around the world were asked to march as well in city, the climate activists marched
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in the city on saturday. they said new york city cribs more carbon emissions than 97 nations. no classes today at the university of chicago after someone threatened to shoot up the school. the university says the fbi informed them of an anonymous threat online that mentioned a shooting at the quad. the threat warned it would be at 10:00 this morning. only classes and activities on the main campus are affected. happening today, the 12- member jury deciding the fate of sheldon silver are back in court. the jury ended deliberations on wednesday without reaching a verdict before taking a break for the holiday weekend. silver is accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in kickbacks. william port set first of six officers to go on trial for the death of -- porter is the
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first of six officers to go on trial for the death of freddie gray. he died while in police custody. two people fired at rutgers. what is in store now? cyber monday is here. what experts say you should do before you buy to get the best deals. >> how one long island hockey
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diagnosed with a brain tumor. the keurig k200 series brewer. one touch, and unlike life, no mess. your favorites. your way. keurig hot. we built this up. here's the eagle selfie we have been telling you about this morning. brothers were out bird hunting
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bald eagle trapped, and then they snapped selfie before letting it go. >> the bird is saying when can i get rid of this? >> they had to put a towel over the bird to free it from the trap, and then all is good. >> the bird is saying that's not my good side! that's not my good side! majestic. the critters are cold this morning, and it will be chilly for you, too, and then wet weather in the forecast as well. look there, clouds overhead, and cyber monday is also computer security monday, and cyber monday is cider monday, and it's also mark twain's birthday, and dirk clark was born on this -- dick clark was born on this day in 1925. the numbers as low as 21. the air temperature readings in monticello 4 or 5-degrees to 15
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time yesterday, and windchills in the teens. many communities have windchills in the 20s out the door. it's cold for you and the kids. did they get the home work done? you know they found out last night they had homework. the sun is up at a minute to 7, and we will wrap up the month below normal for november. the clouds will fill in, and the rain is on the way. we missed the snow and ice. could see freezing rain and drizzle north and west tonight, but not a lot. into the afternoon, just clouds. by this time tomorrow morning, light rain, and then we will see on again, off again showers during the day on tuesday, and then the front is really not until later tuesday into wednesday, and very heavy rain is possible, and a little more of a soaking rain for your wednesday, and it's a 2-day rain event. light rain tomorrow, and more ryan and warmer wednesday before we dry things up and cool you down thursday into friday. it's going to be a busier week, and bundle up for the chill. what else do we need to watch
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out for, alex? >> thank you, john. if you're traveling, in spring valley, we have changes for you. route 45 is closed in both directions. a detour has been set up. it will help you navigate around the situation here. also on the map, see the long line of red. it's heavy traveling from the tappen zee z. to the garden state. one lane was blocked. 37 westbound at hooper avenue and subway issues, and this is due to a signal problem. 5 trains are running with delays in both directions. metro north, new jersey transit, and l.i.r.r. are on or close to schedule for you. alternate-side parking rules in effect. remember to be save and don't text and drive. it's cyber monday. here's one place that is working overtime. this is the order fulfillment center for amazon in new jersey.
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it's buzzing with activity as shoppers click away on the cyber monday deals. what's the best strategy to get the best deal? here's matt kozar. >> reporter: online sales were up 14% from black friday compared to last year, but analysts are predicting cyber monday to be the biggest day of the year. >> shopping online is is a lot less hassle and a lot less people to deal with. >> it's important to understand how to negotiate the very best how to negotiate the very best price we can. >> reporter: financial adviser nayem daniels says there's tricks to save the online shoppers money. >> after getting to the final stage of purchase that reviews clicking on payment information. don't click buy, instead, close the browser. a retailer may e-mail you coupons to lead to more savings. >> if you have patience to wait a come of days, and sometimes it only takes a couple of
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incentive, which will get you to the rock bottom price. >> reporter: daniels says shoppers should always search for coupons. some allow the use of multiple coupons. some are worried about cyber security and prefer to shop the old fashioned way. >> i prefer to buy in the stores in cash. >> cash, wow, you don't hear that often. a shakeup at rutgers university. the school fired their head director. many said it was time for changes. kyle flood is out along with julie herman, and patrick hobbs has been named the new a.d. he was the pirates' interim
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kobe bryant announce the his retirement. the mvp and five time champion said he will retire at the end of the season. he did it in the form of a poem he released on jeter's website saying "my heart can take the pounding, my mind can handle the grind, but my body knows it's time to say good-bye." a youth hockey team is helping make the wishes of a little boy come true. luke was diagnosed with a brain tumor in february and the royals have been working with the make a wish foundation to send luke and his family to disney world. member. >> he's been through so much at his age already, and we want to make it a special day for him to go to disney world. >> goal is to raise $7,000, and so far they have raised more than $4,500, and hopefully that number will continue to rise. >> well on their way there. it's now 6:48.
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coming up, a warning in the air, thick smog causes hazardous conditions in the cities. >> first, steve overmyer has this morning's sports update. >> rangers and isles play at home tonight. yesterday the jets won, and the giants loss. also the knicks falling in overtime, and the nets beat the pistons, and the red bulls lose
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microsoft cofounder bill gates announced a new project aimed at tackling climate change. it will bring together investors for all over the world to develop clean forms of new jersey. he will reveal details in paris. mark zuckerberg and richard branson are among the contributors. the heavy smog over shanghai has reached hazardous levels. there's levels that are nearly 7 times what the world health organization considered safe. the ministry of environmental protection has advised people to take precaution and stay indoors. now to traffic and weather on the 2s, back to work. here we go. >> we are all tired from the hour key. it's going to -- turkey. it's going to be a cloud sandwich. the windchill in the city is at 30.
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many communities, windchills in the 20s. 23 the real feel in summit, and 28 out to the hamptons, and it's a little brisk, yeah, absolutely. clouds this afternoon, and 46. we are warmer tuesday into wednesday, and don't forget, though, we have a chance of rain overnight tonight, and maybe a little bit of light rain or drizzle. more rain tuesday into wednesday. it's back to work, and it's busy, right, alex? >> good morning, everyone. we have route 45 closed in both directions. a detour has been set up. if you stick to that smoother than normal ride. also on the map, you can seat southbound side of the freeway is heavy. a lot of red out there. the garden state parkway to the a tappen zee bridge it will commute. we have lane on 109 southbound for the pulaski skyway. remember to be safe, don't text
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and drive. in this morning's health watch, a good reason to lose weigh. obese people who lose a considerable amount of weight may avoid knee problems. significant weight loss helped to prevent the loss of knee saturdayling. the greater the weight loss, the greater the benefit. we are in colorado springs learning more about the planned parenthood shooting, and we are learning more from survivors. peace corp. workers said they were blamed and forced out after reporting sexual assaults. we talk to the scientist behind a controversial process to edit the genetic material to cure disaster. the news is back in the morning, and we will see you in a few minutes.
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before you go, next. every coconut has a dream. to come out of its shell. to show all the world its true, inner beauty. and then, in an ironic twist, get covered up by chocolate and almonds. almond joy mounds.
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live look outside on this monday morning, and boy, is it a nice start to the day out there. a little chilly, and the crisp feel at 6:57. here's what you need to know before you go this morning. the accused gunman in the planned parenthood shooting will go before a judge today. >> hoboken is dealing with its third water main break in 8 days. they have been working since midnight to make repairs. reverend al sharpton is pushing for national gun violence awareness. he will also speak about donald trump's meeting today with a group of minister led by a man from ohio. starting tomorrow chain and fast food restaurants will have
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to start put putting the saltshaker item on foods with high sodium. >> in spring valley, 45 is closed in both directions, due to on accident on east williams avenue. in jersey city a crash is blocking the lane at the pulls -- pulaski skyway. plan for that. don't text and drive. we have windchills as low as 14. we will update those at 7:19. coming up, there's enough of a breeze, and there's a mix of sun and clouds to start the day, and more clouds later today. light rain is possible, and freezing drizzle north and west. it's warmer, tuesday and wednesday, we will continue to climb. chance of rain overnight tonight, on and off showers, and more wet weather on wednesday. we need it. make sure you're ready for it another check of news and weather in 25 minutes. >> thank you for watching. i'm mary calvi.
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