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it's 4:30. 42 degrees on this tuesday, december 8ing. good morning. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. we will have traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. but first, a robbery suspect is dead. another on the run. after they tangled with someone they did not expect. >> police say the robbery victim was an off-duty cop. diane macedo has more on the story in queens. >> reporter: chris and mary, you can see still an active scene here at 145th avenue. police say the off-duty police officer showed up thinking he was buying a car while the two suspects involved showed up thinking they were setting the officer up for an armed robbery. neither side got what they planned for. police say it started as a craigslist ad, an off-duty
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to a listing for a used white bmw. no one expected what happened next. >> to live right across the street and it was about 10:35 and i was laying in bed watching tv and i heard a total of five to six gunshot, loud gunshots. about maybe five minutes later, i heard sirens and helicopters and then i knew it was something serious. >> i thought it was the fire crackers. and i just slammed the door because i was like, i don't know what's going on but i didn't feel that safe. >> after that, i yell for the police coming. >> reporter: the nypd says some of the gunshots came from the off-duty police officer after two suspects tried to rob the officer. >> it was consecutive, like, boom, boom, boom, boom, like six of those. >> reporter: the bullets hit at least one suspect, a 39-year-
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and the other suspect took off in the white bmw. police believe the ad was a scam. and police are still looking for the suspect. they say he got away with the officer's wallet but they did recover the gun at the scene and the second may have been hit in the shooting so he may be injured. the officer involved also was injured and taken to the hospital but he is expected to be okay. live in springfield garden, diane macedo, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. time now 4:32. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john, we turn it to you. >> good morning. hi everybody. it's going to be cooler today. the coolest of the week and more clouds. the it's a little damp. can't rule out a shower well east of the city, wrapping around the low. the low is bringing bringing in clouds and the cool temperatures. north, northeast wind for a period. look at the low, just flirting with suffolk county right now. out there, you could see some showers. even through the hampton, you
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but it looks like it's pulling away. that's where it's headed. it's not much of a risk for the rest of the area even though we could use the rain. in the city, won't be as pretty. 47 the high this afternoon. still technically above normal. the only day in the 40s this week. we will talk about a warm-up in the works. right now, let's get you to work with alex denis. >> thanks, john. in newark, we have a lane onblocked on the southbound side of route 1 and 9 due to a water main break. plan for that. and also the bay i don't even bridge closed in both directions for construction until 6:00. stick with the goethals and you will have a smoother ride. we have mass transit, downtown a trains are running express- only to canal street. and downtown trains express only to canal street. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive.
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donald trump wans to ban all muslims from entering the united states. >> the gop presidential front runner's controversial announcement is being condemned by muslim leaders, democrats and even his own party. >> reporter: donald trump isn't back down from the latest propose saul calling for a tote and will complete ban on muslims coming into the u.s. at a rally in south carolina monday night, the republican presidential front runner tried making his case. coming into the country. or hate us. >> reporter: the country's largest muslim several rights organization quickly fired back. >> donald trump sounds more like a leader of a lynch mob than a great nation like ours. >> reporter: the billionaire business man's gop opponents are taking aim. texas senator ted cruz who is
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radical islamic terrorism. john kasich sent out this campaign fund raising email saying that the rhetoric is outrageous and devicive. and the ben jury super pac trump. >> when the attacks come here, the person behind this desk will have to protect your family. will he be reckless like trump -- like donald trump? >> reporter: many of trump's supporters at last night's south carolina rally were not phased by the remarks. >> wanted to hear what he had to say. and i think we need somebody strong like that. >> reporter: trump's next campaign stop is in iowa on friday. don champion, cbs news. >> trump says his policy should last until u.s. officials,
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and back to senator cruz, he is expected to roll out his own plan today. we are learning new details about the couple behind the mass shooting in san bernardino, california. the fbi says the husband and wife killers had been radicalized for quite some time. this is a picture of syed rizwan farook with his then- fiance entering the u.s. for the first time as a couple. and now investigators reveal the couple prepared and practiced shooting at gun ranges in the area. last week's attack left 14 people dead and six people are still in hospital. the surviving employees return to their jobs yesterday. happening now, oscar pistorius has just been granted board. the court upgraded the conviction last week to murder in the killing of his girlfriend. after the manslaughter conviction, he was jail for a year and then released on house
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this morning judge ruled he can remain under house arrest pending the sentencing. and scary moments on the upper east side as bricks came falling off of a 35 story building landing on to the street below. we're told crews are working on the outside of the building on 1st avenue and 64th street. and witnesses say they heard a loud noise and it looked like leaves falling out of the sky. >> i see what was going on on the the street, a lot of bricks breaking and the dust. so single digits run in the light and i stop -- so i run in the light and stop some of the cars. >> and you can see what's left. those bricks on the ground and a live look as the closed off intersection continues there. crews still investigating what we want wrong. 1st avenue remains closed between 60th and 64th street. there were no reported injuries. autopsy results are
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discovery of a woman's body inside her home. the victim's son reported coming home to finding an armed man hiding in a closet. the gunman escaped but the 35- year-old was no where to be found. it wasn't until yesterday that a relative found her body behind a curtain in the basement. >> we waited for her. like we filled out the missing persons report. >> did you see the police searching the house? >> yeah, they had the dogs going in there and everything. but at that point, they didn't find a body. >> that gunman is still at- large. she worked at a sporting goods store. new information on a sex assault in brooklyn last week. and police release video of the suspect. they say had he followed a 20- year-old woman into an elevator at her coney island apartment billing sunday night.
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behind and pulled a gun. the attacker is also a suspect in another robbery about an hour later. a water main break opened up a huge hole in the ground and left dozens without water. the department of public works plans to fill the hole to pave the road tomorrow. the main was successfully replaced and water restored yesterday but nearby neighborhoods are under a boil water advisory through tomorrow. it is now 4:39. coming up, a neighborhood fight over wild parties. >> see my house. >> everybody stop. >> can i not enjoy myself? >> residents furious over a home that they say hosts strippers and booze. all right, weather-wise, some changes over the next few days. we will cool things downing for today. extra clouds will fill in. those numbers will bounce back but how about some rain later in the week?
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look who's here. >> happy to be here. interesting observation weather- wise. 30s in the hudson valley. some readings in the 40s. and this, remembering john lennon today on this very sad anniversary. also want to head up here to register some of the cool numbers. that's charlie at 29. charlie benson in montgomery has 33. and this is interesting, heading to sullivan county for a tree today. we trudged through snow to get one back in 2014. yeah, we're a lot farther behind than we were this time last year. and also, loving these pictures. beautiful view there. some nighttime lights here from adam. i like that. and also inflated. beautiful from walter. that's daniel's inside.
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nose reindeer from les saying hello. so hello to you. as far as putting things up today, parts of the island, a little bit of wet weather. much of the area action you're dry with clouds overhead. clouds in the city right now. clouds serve ising to insulate a bit. numbering for, 42. winds are variable at 3 miles per hour. relative humidity at 62%. numbers around the area, 30 in monticello. guy called in, 37 bear hunt underway in sparta. and a pair of 4s in the hamptons. in the hampton, it's 20 degrees warmer than it was this time yesterday. and in the city, more clouds than sun. and definitely more clouds than we saw yesterday. 45 at lunchtime. and 47 this afternoon. and for a high. 45 after work and school. this is what we're talking about, parts of the area well to the west, you will see sun. but to the east, right along 27 dealing with light rain. some rain flirting with the
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this low sits and spins. that's why it serves as a conduit of cold. we will be cooler today than the rest of the week. and here's what the models are doing. you see it sitting and spinning during the course of the day . there's a chance of a little bit of light rain. and just still sits there through wednesday. really doesn't do much. and we see a mix of sun and clouds for the rest of the area. and then, oh, it's a warm front on thursday. so there's a chance we could see a passing shower on thursday. but again, it's a warm front. so after a cooler day today at 47. by thursday, you heard 55. 60, 61 into the weekend. and it is december. so numbers staying above normal. always above nor what will when it comes to traffic performance -- above normal when it comes to traffic performance, here's alex denis.
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and 9. and the bayonne bridge closed until 5:00. but stick with the goethals and that's going to be a smoother ride. a live look, the george washington bridge, ez pass only until about 6:00 this morning. delay-free here and the lincoln and holland as well. and alternate side parking is suspended but you still have to pay the meters. and remember to be safe, don't text and drive. >> thank you. some of the stories making news. chicago mayor rahm emanuel says he welcomes the justice department probe into the city's police department. the investigation will look into patterns of racial i did parity and the use of -- racial disparity and the use of force. the opposition party has claimed the majority of seats in elections. it's the first shift of power since the late president chavez took office in 1999. the president says he accepts the loss of the party but
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mission to create a socialist state. in manhattan, a ceremony was held yesterday marking the 74th anniversary of the japanese attack on pearl harbor. in hawaii, the navy and initial park service hosted a ceremony in memory of those killed. stock futures are down today after losses on wall street monday. the decline was led by energy stocks after oil dropped to the lowest price in six years. the dow jones industrial average fell by 117 points. the nasdaq composite gave back 40. the s&p 500 lost over 14. now if your holiday travel takes you abroad aboard a plane, you might be able to do inflight shopping. the sky mall catalog is making a come back. in january, sky mall filed for bankruptcy protection. now it's back.
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coffee is made using a keurig k- cup machine. now jb holding has purchased green mountain for just under $14 billion. they are adding to their can collection. $14 billion. >> big chunk. >> i had one this morning. they're on to something. >> so easy. house parties gone too far. some residents are fuming over a neighbor they say is more than a nuisance. >> they claim he rents out his home and holds wild parties with strippers, alcohol and even fire. >> peace, that's all we want. >> reporter: but instead, they say their neighbor is renting out his two-family home on air b and b for wild party, advertising the property as a lounge. >> if it was up to me, i would
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>> reporter: residents say one party was disruptive and ran until 5:00 a.m. social media posts to of the event boast of strippers and alcohol and a live dj. >> hi to put the air conditioner on and put air plugs in the ears. >> guys are drinking alcohol outside and inside. >> reporter: monday morning, he defended himself as local leaders and resident thes rallied, demanding the site pull the ads for the lounge. >> they've got pictures of strippers and jumbo screens in the backyard. >> what do you do in yarrows. >> reporter: the senator is proposing legislation to ban one and two-family homes for renting for less than 30 days. >> they have brought it here to bronx. and that's going to end here today.
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wrongdoing and says all the parties are private. >> it's my house. can i not enjoy myself? >> reporter: people say you charge $5 to get? >> that was a fight night. >> doesn't matter. >> i had a fight. >> reporter: air b and b has suspended his listing but the ad still remains on other rental sites. in bronx, hazel sanchez, cbs 2 news. parents in new jersey behaving badly when a brawl erupts in the stands at a football game. the fight was caught on video on saturday. the school superintendent says a parent threw a megaphone into the student section prompting the mayhem.
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time for traffic and weather on the 2s. good morning, john. >> it's going to have a hint of december today. >> oh. >> and then right back to october. yeah, i'll tell you, the weekend, looking at the low 60s. right now, some clouds into the east, a little bit of wet weather. in the city, not bad, 4 2 degrees. winds variable at 3 miles per hour. some rain far east this morning. and definitely cooler than we were yesterday. and actually warming up through the end of the week. and yeah, this weekend, very mild. where's the rain right now? well to the east. we will likely stay there. and then we see relatively
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little chance of rain on thursday. >> so beach weekend coming up. >> absolutely -- you know what, >> really? >> already thinking about it. >> i'm still thinking about the yesterday. >> it's on hold right now but give me about two-family -- about two hours. it's going to be a slower than normal ride on route 1 and 9. it's due to the ongoing water main problem but we have a detour. and bayonne bridge closed for construction. that's until 5:00. so another 10, 15 minutes or so, but until then, stick with the goethals and you will have a smooth ride. and 21, the garden state parkway flowing freely. and northern state parkway at post avenue, no delays. no delays on the l.i.e. and the southern state parkway. so overall, a nice start.
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suspended for immaculate conception. you still have to pay the meters. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. and symbols of the city around the city are falling victim to vandals. this menorah was knocked down twice after it was lit on the first night of hanukkah. mayor de blasio was there last night as it was relit. >> when we see an act of hate and prejudice, we must respond to it. the light does the triumph over the darkness. >> it's not just symbols of judeism that can be targets. at st. anthony church in soho, they have installed a metal plate and padlock on the baby jesus to keep it safe. we are live monitoring a
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it's your coffee, your dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. the rapper leads the way of nominations including album and song of the year. he is followed by the weekend. but the guys have to leave some space for this songstres. taylor swift's chart-topping 1989 nomination earned her seven nominations yesterday. and the blank space is the only artist nominated in the three big categories. you can watch the grammy's monday, february 15th. what is victoria's secret?
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>> okay, the real secret is, she's not allergic to gluten, she just likes to be difficult at restaurants. >> that's shocking stuff. >> i love colbert's accent. he got a heavenningly visit when three victoria's secret angels stopped by to share some laughs. the fashion show airs right tonight. >> now we know the secrets. >> yeah. for today. how are we doing? >> maybe a little insulated wing, it's a little cooler. >> and trouble spot, but overall, a nice start to the commute. >> all right. still ahead, the day's top stories including an attemped robbery in queens that leaves one suspect dead and the other on the run after they picked the wrong target. and tragedy in queen, what sent a car flying head-on into a bus.
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what every coconut wants. it is 5:00. 42 degrees on this tuesday, december 8th. we will have traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. good morning. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs 2 news. our top stories, police say two men tried to rob an off-duty cop in queens and one suspect payed with his life. >> and the other is on the loose this morning. diane macedo has more from springfield gardens this morning.
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police are now onscene investigating here at 145th avenue trying to piece together what happened here and trying to find that suspect still at large. police say it started as a craigslist ad, an off-duty police officer came to spring gardens to respond to a listing for a used white bmw. >> i live right across the street and it was about 10:35 and i was laying in bed watching tv and i heard a total of five to six gunshots. loud gunshots. about maybe five minutes later, i heard sirens and helicopters and then i knew it was something serious. >> i thought it was fire crackers. and i just slammed the door because i was like, i don't know what's going on but i didn't feel that safe. >> after that, i yell. >> reporter: the nypd says at least some of those gunshots came from the off-duty officer
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the 32-year-old at gun point at 145th street near guy r brewer boulevard. >> it was consecutive. it was like boom, boom, boom, like six of those. >> reporter: the bullets hit one suspect who died at the hospital. and the other suspect took off in a white bmw. police believe the ad was a scam. now police say the second suspect did get away with the officer's wallet but it's not clear whether he was also shot here so he may be injured. and the officer was also injured but he is expected to be okay. diane macedo, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. at 5:02, let's check traffic and weather on the 2sing for. >> it's chilly. it's december, you would expect it to be. numbers this afternoon will be closer to normal but on average, above by a degree or two. in the city right now, holding on to 41. it dipped a degree. more clouds cloud than we saw yesterday.
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sitting and spinning off to the east. light rain for eastern suffolk today. it is the gear that's bringing in the cooler readings and we will serve up more clouds for more of the area. coolest will be all week. get ready for some warmer air in place by week's end. and right now though, let's get you out the door. i mean, i hate to say that but if you need to go, alex can help. >> good morning everyone. a smythe ride. beginning in newark, a lane blocked on the southbound side of route 1 and 9, a water main break there. just a little bit of a he has take. and construction, a lane is blocked on the northbound side of the northbound through way. it's at exit 22. subway changing for for the morning commute. due the a rail condition at longwood avenue, uptown 6 trains are running with delays. and alternate side is suspend for immaculate suspension. you still have to pay the meters. and remember, be safe, don't
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a live picture of the intersection of 1st avenue and 64th street, upper east side where there were some scary moments when bricks came falling off of a 35-story building, landing on the street below. witness say they heard a loud noise and it looked like leaves were falling out of the sky. amazingly, there are no reported injuries. it remains closed between 62nd and 64th street. and 63rd street is closed between york and 2nd avenue. donald trump sent shock waves through the political realm after announcing he wants to ban all muslims from entering the united states. >> the plan is being condemned by muslim leaders, democrats and even his own party. >> reporter: and the plan comes amid growing fears of terrorism. according to the campaign, the proposed ban would apply to immigrants and visitors alike, even though trump was widely
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morning he seems unaffected. donald trump isn't back down the latest controversial proposal calling for a complete ban on muslims coming into the u.s. at a rally in south carolina monday night, the republican presidential front runner tried making his case. >> we have no idea who is coming into our country. we have no idea if they love us or hate us. we have no idea if they want to bomb us. >> reporter: the largest muslim civil rights organization quickly fired back. >> donald trump sounds more like a leader of a lynch mob than a great nation like ours. >> reporter: the billionaire business man's gop opponents are taking aim. texas senator ted cruz who is battling with trump in the key state of iowa says the focus should be on radical islamic terrorism. candidate john kasich hopes to raise money off the controversy. he sent out this fund raising email saying the rhetoric is
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and the jeb bush super pac released this blasting trump and other gop contenders. >> when. >> when the attacks come here, the person behind this desk will have to protect your family. will he be impulsive like donald trump? >> reporter: the super pac hopes the ad brings eyes and focus back to the former florida governor's campaign but many of trump's supporters last night in south carolina were not phased by the remarks. >> hear what we had to say and i think we need somebody strong like. that. >> reporter: trump's next campaign stop is in iowa on friday. now on the democratic side, front runner hillary rodham clinton took to twitter saying demonizing islam and muslim- americans is not only counter to our values but it also plays into the hands of terrorists. >> thank you very much. we are learning new details about the couple behind the mass shooting in san
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the fbi says the killers had been radicalized for quite some time. this say picture of syed rizwan farook and his then fiance tashfeen malik entering the u.s. for the first time ever as a couple. they arrived in july 2014, possibly from saudi arabia. and investigators revealed they prepared for the attack and practiced shooting at gun ranges in the area. last week's attack left 14 dead and six people are still in the hospital. some of the employees at the inland regional center returned to work yesterday. new this morning, police are looking for a man they say has been robbing the elderly in brooklyn. this is the man police say they would like to talk to. they allegedly approached the victim and then pushed them to the ground before making off with their phones and money. a driver was killed after slamming into a bus head-on. investigators say the driver
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last night. the ford sedan collided into the bus. the 60-year-old man died at the scene. the bus operator was taken to the hospital for treatment and a passenger who was also hurt was treated at the hospital. police say this may be zeroing in on a suspect after a seventh arson fire in forest hills. the most recent attack happened sunday morning at a home under construction. targeted. police believe the young man who walks by one of the fires crimes. the owners are mostly jewish but the fires are not believed to be hate crimes. community leaders are meeting this morning to discuss the problem. well the time is now 5:08. coming up, more parking complaints on long island. and incredible time lapse video showing just how bad the smog is in beijing. the new restrictions placed on day-to-day activities as the city issues the first-ever red alert. tell you how great has our air quality been? snow flurries?
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air quality yesterday for a small part of the area. don't anticipate that today. but coat for sure. and you could use the sunglasses west. traffic and weather on the 2s coming up. i'm not a fan of putting my personal info in these online shopping forms. hellloooo??? i don't have time to be filling out my address, i need to be buying a dress. that's why i use masterpass. less typing, more dancing. sfx: tango music como te llamas?
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we will check in with john in a bit. but take a look at this. this is time lapse video from china in beijing. the video was taken over a 10- month period showing the pollution. the problem is worse than ever. yesterday chinese officials issued the first-ever red alert for the capitol city. that includes everything from restrictions on driving to a ban on barbecues to try to improve air quality. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. luckily we don't have to deal with that around here. but it was bad yesterday. you see the people walking around the streets with masks on. >> code red. and they should have issued it before the conference in paris but they didn't because they didn't want to be embarrassed. yesterday we did have an air
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it was for particles. we have clouds and wet weather today. oh, look at lady liberty. did you read about rising waters and what that could mean for lady liberty? big thing on that in the star ledger over the weekend. winds have variable at 5 miles per hour. and relative humidity is 62%. you've got clouds to the south and showers for the south fork. cooler for jersey shore, 39 in morristown. and interesting upstate through the lakes and the ohio valley. it's cooler. we will see some cooler air if place today. and look at albany, 28. that's what you would expect for december. 47 today. 47 is still above normal. and it's the coolest of the week. and 65 and 4 your records for the day. sun's up at 7:07. 2:28, sunset time.
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and brighter to the north and west. it's rotating around this low. a big snapshot of the area right now. and sullivan, orange, rockland, westchester, you have clouds. and starting to see breaks through warren county. but like west hampton beach, just south of that, watch what happens, it pulls away. just flirting with the coast. there's a better chance up into possibly, possibly orient point. but that's gob to be the cut- off. and it will move -- it will pivot around that way. the chance of light rain in the forecast east. and then relative quiet through your wednesday. and wednesday night into thursday where there's another chance for some of that needed rain. just a chance. cooler today with that wind basically setting up out of the north, northeast around the low. and then we see, yeah, partly sunny skies tomorrow. right back around 50.
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and then a little more con -- more -- and then a little more cloudy around the area. very undecember-like. what's the traffic like right now? >> thanks. in newark, a lane blocked on the southbound side of route 1 and 9 due to a water main break. anticipate that. and a live look at one of the lye cameras. construction blocking a lane on the northbound side of the new england thruway at exit 22. they were stretching back to 127 if you choose the hutch, you can but i wanted to show you this. subway issue, uptown 6 trains are running with delays. and due to the nypd, there's an investigation underway at nassau avenue.
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delays as well. and alternate side parking is suspended today. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. long island railroad riders say they're running into problems off the tracks. they say there aren't enough places to park at stations. >> we have this report. >> reporter: long island railroad commuters complain, park lots everywhere bursting at the seems, begging for solutions. and now one city is fighting back, proposing to ban non- resident parking. >> parking in these lots are restricted to residents only. and there would be a fine of $250. >> reporter: the city-owned north lots of glenn street station and glenn cove station would be off limits to outsiders. >> i think it should be restricted and that's the reason we pay the taxes we pay.
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be through license plate checks. >> if you want to charge extra for a non-resident but you can't ban them. >> reporter: still, commuters ask, with ridership on the rise, why isn't the railroad taking the lead? at the busiest stations there are fewer than 3700 spots for 22,000 daily commuters. the railroad explains, the lirr does not control parking at most stations. all but 5% of lots are owned and managed locally. >> there's a lot of downtown growth happening right now. and parking solutions are a part of the equation. so they should work together. >> reporter: large structures are working. some villages refer to them as eyesores so vision long island is calling on the mta to bring their resources. following tuesday's public hearing, the council will vote on reserving long island railroad city-owned lots for
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outside glenn cove city hall, tv 10/55. there's a new effort to help people who live on the street. they have volunteered to be part of the safe stop program. >> to train them to have a safe space if someone is being bullied or harassed, that not only protects the person reporting but also protects the individual was the goal here. >> the program was developed in partnership with neighborhood police precincts and community leaders. the mta has reached two major milestone. more than $56 million in improvements in queens are now complete. that's where the lirr tracks will meet for connection to grand central. and much of the work has been done underground and out of site. but the new grates are progress commuter cans see. they are part of a new ventilation facility below east
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kitchen or bathroom but are you using them correctly? researchers tested how well a single wipe worked. they wiped and then checked cultures. they found that you should only wipe a small area with one wipe and not reuse it. or you could be just spreading the wipe. >> the initial wipe will probably get rid of most of the bacteria if you wipe somewhere else, you're probably spreading the bacteria. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. john, you're a germ expert. >> eh, you know someone made the cookies that had the fudge in the mid and will the fudge fell out in the floor and i still ate it. >> five second rule. >> just put it back in and eat it. 41 in the city. cool spot north and west, 31. it's warmer to the east. why?
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the pin wheel around that low will pull most of that moisture out of the area but we will leave the chance in the forecast. around the area, yeah, upper 40s. it's brighter north and west. and speaking of bright lights, it is onhanukkah tonight at 4:28. that's your time and that's your temperature. hey, let's save you some time with alex. >> things you do for fudge. we have a lane blocked on the southbound side of route 1 and 9 due the a water main break there. in queen, the grand central park moving well. and some subway issues due a rail condition at longwood avenue. uptown 6 trains with delays. and due to the nypd investigation underway at nassau avenue, d trains are running with delays as well. alternate side is suspended spended today. you still have to pay the meter. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. back to you . with the giant's loss to
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a gift from the dallas cowboys to stay in first place for the tie for first place. dallas in washington, d.c., the snoozer until the final minutes. on the ground, cowboys into the end zone to take a 16-9 lead. and that was the first touchdown of the game. washington answers. 28-yard touchdown. game tied at 16-16. but dallas is in business and from 54-yards out, it's up and it is good. 19-16 the final. and now washington, philadelphia can the giants share the nfc east lead at 5-7. here's the rest of the sports update. good morning. tonight, the islanders will be down in philly and the nets will host the rockets. last night, big night. got to meet the guy he patterned his game after. he got a hug if the fewer hall- of-famer and then had to take notes early. he came out and hit the first
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and knicks trail by 23 on the night. but he didn't back down from the challenge. 28 points on the evening as he helped get the knicks to within seven but look who came back to the former team? yeah, you guys used to boo him. knicks lose 104-97. i'm otis livingston. an update on the theft of truly priceless objects returned just in time to be christmas presents. she created a quilt in memory of her late son. they were stitched from piece of his shirts and military uniform but after they were delivered to her doorstep, they were stolen. she just learned that police caught the alleged thief and found the missing quilts. >> my god, you have no idea. what a relief. >> did you ever think you were going to get them back? >> i never gave up hope. >> the guilts will be christmas presents for her daughters and
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the alleged thief, a 48-year- old, has been charged for this and similar crimes. an unusual story this morning. port authority police arrest a woman after she got lost looking for something that's hard to miss. she faces drunk driving charges. police say he got out of the car on the other side of the -- police say she got out of the car on the other side of the toll and told police she was, quote, looking for new jersey. you wouldn't be able to tell from the mug shot. >> doesn't look happy there. >> no. the day's top stories up next. one suspect is dead and the others on the run after police say they tried to set up an off- duty police officer in an armed robbery craigslist scam. and bricks falling from the sky. this morning, work being done to shore up a billing on the upper seaside. we will have a update.
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school cloudy today with a warm-up headed in our direction. first, bricks falling off the side of an apartment building and this morning some streets on the upper east side are closed. an act of celebration and defiance. police now investigating the vandalism of a menorah as a possible hate crime. an off duty police officer opens fire on two suspects after they allegedly tried to rob him. one is dead and one is still on the run. >> good morning. chris wragge. >> and i am mary calvi. >> we are hearing a officer may have fallen victim to a craigslist scam. >> diane macedo is live with more on this developing story. >> reporter: according to police, that officer came here to 145th avenue and guy r. brewer boulevard in springfield gardens thinking he was here to buy a car. the two suspects showed up thinking they were going to rob him at gun point and nobody
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police say it started as a craigslist ad, an off-duty police officer came to respond to a listing for a used white bmw. no one expected what happened next. >> i live across the street and it was about 10:35 and i was laying in bed watching tv and i heard a total of five to six gunshots. loud gunshots. about maybe five minutes later, i heard sirens and helicopters, and then i knew it was something serious. >> i thought it was fire crackers. and i just slammed the door because i was like, i don't know what's going on but i didn't feel that safe. >> after that, i yell for the police. >> reporter: the nypd says at least some of the gunshots came from the office-duty officer after two suspects tried to rob the 32-year-old at gun point at 145th avenue. >> it was consecutive like boom, boom, boom. like six of those. >> reporter: the bullets hit at
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old man who dieded at the hospital. and the other suspect took off in a white bmw. police believe the ad for the car was a scam. >> now that second suspect is still at large. police are looking for him. they say he may also have been shot during what happened here last night. so he may be injured. the officer involved is injured and also was taken to the hospital though he is expected to be okay. and the suspect also got away with the officer's wallet. live in springfield garden, diane macedo, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. time now is 53:00 2 . time for traffic and weather on the 2s. >> -- now is 5:32. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. >> cooler today. cloudy to the east, you have some showers, 41 degrees and winds out of the north and east and the area of low pressure sits and spins. so light rain possible for suffolk county. that's about it for the day today. and numbers though, cooler, 45 at lunchtime. and 47 for your afternoon high. >> all right. thank you.
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>> some changes as you make your way out. overall, a smooth commute. route 84 closed eastbound. there's a two mile delay through the area. not a great alternate. plan for that. and newark, we have a lane blocked on the southbound side of route 1 and 9 due to an ongoing water main break situation. the detour has been set up. if you stick to that, you will have an okay ride. the lincoln tunnel around the helix portion, delay-free. and the george washington bridge and holland as well. and alternate side parking is suspended for immaculate conception but you have to pay the meters. and be safe, don't text and drive. >> thank you. scary moments on the upper east side as bricks came falling off a 35-story building lands on to the street below. we're told crews were working on the facade of the billing. and witnesses say they heard a loud noise.
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going on in the street. it was a lot of bricks breaking and the dust. so i run in the light and i stop some of the cars. >> this is a live picture where you can see what's left of the bricks in the closed off intersection where crews are still investigating what went wrong. amazingly, no injury have been reported. former olympic athlete oscar pistorius has been granted bail after the supreme court upgraded his conviction to murder. after the manslaughter conviction, he was jailed for a year and then released on house arrest but the athlete now faces a much stiffer sentence. a judge ruled he can remain under house arrest pending sentencing. well we're learning more about the couple behind the deadly mass shooting in san bernardino.
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first time in the u.s. as a couple, federal investigators are uncovering more clues about their path to at the. >> reporter: authorities say syed rizwan farook practiced shooting an ar-15 rifle at this this gun range just days before the massacre last week. workers say they remember him. >> i'm still really in shock. i mean there was no signs of anything. >> reporter: firearms instructor john says syed rizwan farook had been there at least twice. authorities have since taking their security video. >> it's devastating to people to know that this is where he might have prepare for the the last days. >> reporter: investigators say the rifle -- for the last days. >> reporter: investigators say the rifles used in the attack were purchased legally by a child hood friend who checked himself into a mental institution right after the attack. sources say he is not under arrest and is talking to the fbi. at the riverside home, his family told reporters to leave.
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the house. this picture shows syed rizwan farook and his wife tashfeen malik at the chicago airport as a newly engaged couple in july of 2014. investigators say at the time of the shooting, they had been radicalized for quite some time but it doesn't appear the plot extended beyond the united states. chaz harrison worked with syed rizwan farook at the health department. and he says he made comments that were critical of america and supportive for islam. >> he didn't want to be in the united states. he told me. him paying taxes was helping the united states support basic ring leader the war on islam. >> reporter: -- support basically the war on islam. >> agencies are trying to figure out how the couple became radicalized and by whom. so much for the spirit of the season. vandals are striking around the next to the mansion.
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onhand to relight a menorah that was vandalized on the first night of hanukkah. more on this string of holiday vandalism. >> there are many, many people who want to see the light this evening penetrate the darkness. >> reporter: hundreds of people joined the rabbi at the park on the upper east side monday night to fight back against cold hearted holiday vandals who damaged a me mario twice in four day, even -- a menorah twice in four days. >> it was also vandalized on friday night. >> reporter: on monday night, mayor de blasio joined his neighbors to relight the menorah after it was quickly repaired and announced the nypd is investigating the incidents as possible hate crimes. >> when we see an act of prejudice, when we see an act of hate, we must respond to it. >> reporter: and unfortunately, it's not just menorahs these
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nativity scene around the area. but one church here has come up with a way to fight back. >> once he is locked in there, the farthest he would go out is about this much. >> reporter: at this church, they have actually installed a metal plate and a padlock on the back of a baby jesus figurine. and it's being chained to the manger. the church had a different statue stolen just before thanksgiving and has had the baby jesus take lightning the past. >> we work hard on this and somebody comes and ruins it, it's real sad to see. >> reporter: back here, there are no video surveillance cameras watching over this menorah but you can rest assure that the nypd and local neighbors are. cbs 2 news. jon stewart returns to the daily show for some laughs and a serious message.
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>> no, it's me. it's me. >> papa? >> he joined to talk about the act. >> how about this, orstresponders. everybody get online and tell paul ryan and congress, do the right thing. pass the reauthorization act. >> republicans have opposed a permanent extension of the law saying it needs periodic review. why some store owners say no thank you to an annual holiday tradition in the city. and protesters against the annual bear hunt in new jersey make their voices heard. and a step forward to build a new rail tunnel under the
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but only one is your coffee, your dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. let's bring you traffic and weather on the 2s. good morning to you. >> did you hair that? it sounded like a choo-choo train. weather watcher, this from john, he has no fog or no ice fog today. a few of the other weather watchers saying the fog is not much of an issue today. 30 though, cool readings. speaking of cool, chris our historian, did you know today in 2010, the eiffel tower was
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and from hawaii to paris, bob in toms river has 39. and james, remember danno on hawaii five-0 was born on this day in 1937. and one last -- i hope i have this right, 41 because dana is decked out for the holiday. we got the christmas card. in the city, we are decked out with some clouds overhead, 41, winds variable at 5 miles per hour and relative humidity 62ers. numbers in the valley, cool, as cold as 28. but tell you what, not as much surface cloud cover. so there's not the fog. we are dealing with clouds overhead. and they are serving to insulate eastern long island. you have a pair of 4s. that's where we're seeing wet weather as well. in the city, still above normal, 47. 65 and 4 the records.
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the reading will likely go down as another one, nine of the last 11 above normal. more of that over the next few days. this is the coolest of the week. warmer wednesday and thursday. and we continue to warm up into the weekend. here's the low just sitting and spinning, bringing in a little bit of light rain. just flirting with the shore just south of the hamptons and central suffolk. but that's about it. and numbers around the area today, again, 40s. you're 50 tomorrow. and chance of a shower overnight wednesday into thursday affiliated with a warm front that will rush the numbers higher into the weekend. so yeah, not feeling like december. hey, feels like a busy commute. that's what's going on? we have changes. in montgomery, one lane has reopened on route 84 eastbound. still about two miles worth of delays back. not a great alternate but it's clearing out quickly.
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area is smooth sailing. for now in newark, the southbound side of route 1 and 9 remains blocked. due to a water main break there. and also in queen, late running construction, two lanes are blocked on the westbound side of the l.i.e. this is at the grand central parkway. and delays are starting to flow back to bell boulevard. and alternate side parking is suspended for immaculate conception but you have to pay the meters. the rail project is back on track. the tunnel will cost an estimated $20 billion and could be completed in 10 years. but it is still not clear yet on how new york and new jersey will actually pay their shares. chris -- >> thank you. a 37-year-old man faces 25 years to life in prison after being convicted in the shooting death of a toddler almost a decade ago. he was convicted of second degree murder in the death of
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gunfire. he was indicted in 2013 after his dna was found on a sweater witnesses say the gunman wore. he will be sentence thed on february 4th. murder! >> animal rights activists demonstrated as hunters brought the bears they killed to a weigh station. at least 118 bears were killed yesterday. opponents say the hunt is cruel. while state wildlife officials say it's an important part of a population control. >> have the potential to be aggressive and they break into homes and kill pets and livestock. >> they don't cause problems. this is just a trophy hunt. >> last year, 272 bears were killed in new jersey hunts. the goal this year is 800. well the u.s. justice department has launched a civil rights probe into the chicago
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it comes nearly two weeks after a video showing la can mcdonald being -- laquan mcdonald being shot 16 times. cameras captured a grinch stealing christmas off the front porch of a florida home. the suspect is a police officer's wife. watch as the woman creeps out of the car, walks up the driveway and then she will boldly snatch christmas gifts. well turned out the home belonged to a law enforcement officer. after the officer's wife posted the image, investigators say the woman tried to sneak back and return the opened presents. the suspect is already on probation for stealing from a store. in the money watch this morning, more trouble for a fast food chain after another outbreak of illness. >> and oil prices hit new lows. jill wagner is live at the new york stock exchange. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. energy stocks are taking a hit and dragging down the market. the dow lost 117 points yesterday. the nasdaq composite dropped 40.
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lowest level in more than six years. on friday, opec decide not to cut oil production even though an oversupply from the middle east and the u.s. is sending prices lower. bad news for emergency companies but good news for drivers enjoying the lowest gas prices in months. a boston location of chipotle was forced to close temporarily after 30 students became sick after eating there. at this point, they say there's no evidence that the boston incident is related to the previous outbreak. they say overall sales are down 22% in the past few weeks. and a billion-dollar coffee deal is brewing. the single cup coffee maker keurig has agreed to be sold for almost $14 billion. they have faced increasing competition and slumping sales. if you own one, not much will
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no word on k-cup costs. >> good deal. >> wow. great deal. >> all right. the heavenningly name kim and kanye decided to name the newest member of their family. >> and the santas are a little too volley for some city store own -- too jolly for some city store owners. the cowboys beat washington on a last-second field goal. and in hoop, the mavericks beat the knicks 104-97. i'm not a fan of putting my personal info in these online shopping forms. hellloooo??? i don't have time to be filling out my address, i need to be buying a dress. that's why i use masterpass. less typing, more dancing. sfx: tango music como te llamas? yo soy camarones. dip me.
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welcome to wednesday. on health watch, new concerns about ecigarettes. scientists say a flavor was found in three-quarters of the liquids they tested. more than 50 varieties were checked for hazardous components. most contained flavoring chemicals that could cause lung damage. time for traffic and weather on the 2s. let's get over to john elliott. >> dry streets in the city. fine visibility as well. clouds overhead and 41 degrees. where is the rain? it's well to the east. the flow around that flow is going to usher in the clouds for east of the city and cooler temperatures as well. but most of us stay dry but we need the rain. you know the deficit now for
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and not much of a chance of rain today. in fact, it's brighter inland. numbers are going to be cooler in the mid- to upper 40s. we see warmer air in place, really starting tomorrow. but let's start your engines right now with alex. so if you are traveling, we have overall a smooth ride but there are a couple hesitations through the area beginning in newark where we have a lane blocked on the southbound side of route 1 and 9 due to a water main break. and a live look at the bqe, heavy northbound, we have the lingering construction blocking two lanes. and delays are back to atlantic avenue. and the belt parkway at jfk, heavy westbound past the airport. this is a typical rush hour pattern. and some subway issues due to an nypd investigation. we have g trains running with delaying for. so mass transit, the rest of it, let's check this three- quarters, on or close to schedule metro north, path trains and new jersey transit and lirr. and alternate side is suspended today but you still have to pay the meter.
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text and drive. >> thank you. the city's annual santa-con takes place saturday and one neighborhood has a warning for disorderly santas. >> some residents and business owners say they want to keep drunk santas off their streets. >> reporter: a flash mob of men and women in santa suits bar hopping. they say they raised $60,000 year for charity. but not everyone is up for the jolly good time. some merchants on the lower east side plan to scrooge the event, telling the stampede to stay away from their businesses: >> we are hoping that they get the point that christmas is about holiday cheer and having a good time and not being disruptive. >> reporter: they aren't alone in the disdain. some residents say they plan to
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because of it. >> they say they're just poking fun at the season and doing no harm and they're just having a good time. >> no, they're not. they're not. they're really going into the bar, getting wasted and coming out and making a ruckus. >> reporter: an attorney says like it or not, santa has a right to walk the public sidewalks and even purge which has been known to happen. >> one santa-con code is, you don't urinate, you don't the puke in the public. >> reporter: but not everyone follows the code. >> well, if you're talking about puking, not everybody can all the time control that behavior. it's part satire but in essence, it's to have a good time. >> reporter: a direct route for where the santas will be traveling as not yet been given but the represent attorney representing santa-con says it will begin in brooklyn and end in manhattan. >> i didn't realize there were those codings.
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>> strict codes. >> sometimes santa stays out late. and kind of busy. >> got to releigh himself somewhere. >> oh. -- relieve himself somewhere. >> oh. >> the route is usually kept secret until the day before. how we doing with the weather? >> doesn't feel like santa weather at all. >> it doesn't. >> no, numbers are in the 40s today but back closer to 60 by the weekend. a couple slow spots throughout the area. most are in typical rush hour patterns. >> thank you. time is now 5:56. coming up next, an off-duty police officer opens fire. new concerns smart tvs are too smart. and the angels are taking flight. a preview of tonight's victoria secret fashion show. i didn't even realize they had a fashion show. incredible. >> right.
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a moment. gorgeous, isn't he? (vo) a new york man spent $3.2 million on a dead bat. i have such enormous respect for these creatures. which is why i stuff them and hang them on the walls. (vo) you'd make a way better rich person.
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it is 6:00 and 41 degrees on this tuesday, december 8th. cool, cloudy day today but the sun returns tomorrow and warmer temperatures by the weekend. good morning. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge. john elliott and alex denis with traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. an office duty police officer jumped when responding to -- an off-duty police officer jumped when responding to a craigslist ad. we are live with more. and my other guy says to me, oh, look, like a snow flake. and the same time we hear a noise. >> bricks falling from high above the upper east side. they ended up littering the street and damaging some cars but luckily, in one was hurt. this morning streets in the neighborhood remain closed and work is being done to shore up the building. donald trump sounds more like a leader of a lynch mob than a great nation like ours. >> reaction coming fast and
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announced a controversial new plan to block any muslims from entering the united states. why he is standing by his comments. the blade runner oscar pistorius granted bond. a bronx man admits he represented his house for parties. the parties out of control many times. this morning the new efforts to shut them down for good. [ dance with me -- -- dance with me i want to be your partner, can't you see the music is still starting
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they burst into song on the late show. colbert said many people department realize he is a pretty good singer. >> we've got one here too. traffic and weather on the 2s. john, good morning. >> anchor man, remember? the office where they just all break into it. that's fantastic. we have some clouds overhead at 41 in the city right now. and a little bit of wet weather to the east around an area of low pressure. and that area of low pressure serves to bring in the cool air. and look at the clouds kicking our way through rockland and westchester as well. so today is the cooler day of the coolest in fact of the week before we see a big warm-up in the works by week's end. 45 at lunchtime in the city. the high this afternoon. more clouds to the east with a little bit of wet weather possible. and more in the forecast. we will talk about that in a bit. but talk about not only a good singer but a great dancer, that's alex denis.
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in newark, let's help you move and two-step out on the roads. one lane blocked on the southbound side of route 1 and 9. we have a water main break but a detour has been set up. you should have an okay ride. and we have some subway changes. an nypd investigation has some f trains running on the g line. so northbound g train service is suspended as well. and as an alternate, customers are urged to take the b, jr. 62 bus. and -- b-62 bus. and alternate side is suspended for immaculate conception but you still have to pay the meters. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. reports of a shooting in the meat packing district just before 5:00 a.m. off of west 14th street and 10th avenue. police say a 27-year-old man was shot. he is in stable condition right now. police say a fight over a parking spot led to the shooting. the suspect is still on the loose. and now a developing story. police say two men robbed an
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suspect paid with his life. from queens. >> reporter: police tell us that the suspects lured the officer here to 145th avenue with the intention to sell him a car, at least that's what they said. police say their actual intention was to rob him at gun point but being a cop, the buyer had a gun of his own. police say it started as a craigslist ad, an officer came toy springfield gardens to respond to a listing for a used white bmw. no one expected what happened next. >> it was about 10:35 and i was laying in bed watching tv and i heard a total of five to six gunshots, loud gunshots. about maybe five minutes later, i heard sirens and helicopters and then i knew it was something serious. >> i thought it was fire crackers and i just slammed the
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don't know what's going on but i didn't feel that safe. the police coming. >> reporter: the nypd says at least some of those gunshots came from the off-duty officer after two suspects tried to rob the 32-year-old at gun point at boulevard. >> it was consecutive like those. >> reporter: the bullets hit at least one suspect, a 39-year- hospital. and the other suspect took off in a white bmw. police believe the ad for the car was a scam. one of the suspects ended up with the police officer's wallet. and we are told it was actually the suspect who was killed. and the other suspect is still at large and he may be injured. that's unclear. the officer was injured and he was taken to the hospital but we're told he is expected to be okay. live in springfield garden, queen, diane macedo, cbs 2 news.
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scary moments on the upper east side as bricks came falling off a 35th street building. construction crews were work on the families said of the building. and witnesses say -- on the facade of the building. witnesses say they heard a loud noise. >> it was a lot of bricks breaking and the dust. a lot of dust. so i run in the light and i stop some of the cars to not go through it. >> this is a live picture now you can see what is left of the brick where is crews are investigating what went wrong. 1st avenue remains closed. and 63rd street is closed between york and 2nd avenue. new details about the couple behind the mass shooting in san bernardino, california. the fbi says the husband and wife killers had been radicalized for some time. this is a picture of syed rizwan farook with his then
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the u.s. for the first-time ever as a couple. they arrived in chicago in july 2014. investigators reveal the couple prepared for the attack and practiced shooting at gun ranges in the area. last week's attack left 14 dead, six people are still in the hospital. some of the employees at the inland regional center returned to work yesterday. and now to campaign 2016. in the wake of the mass shooting, donald trump wants to man muslims from entering the united states. >> and now he is facing backlash from both parties. don champion join s in the studio with more on this. >> reporter: the -- joins us in the studio with more on this. >> reporter: it would apply to immigrants and visitors alike even though the plan was widely and quickly condemned, this morning, trump is not budged. donald trump isn't backing down from his latest con traffic lights verbal proposal -- latest controversial propose saul calling for a ban on
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a man on muslims coming into the united states. he tried making his case. >> we have no idea who coming into our country. we have no idea if they love us or hate us. we have no idea if they want to bomb us. >> reporter: the country's largest muslim civil rights organization quickly fired back. >> donald trump sounds more like a leader of a lynch mob than a great nation like ours. >> reporter: the billionaire business man's gop opponents are taking aim. texas senator ted cruz who is battling with trump in the key state of iowa says the focus should be on radical islamic the terrorism. candidate john kasich hopes to controversy. he sent out a campaign fund raising email saying trump's rhetoric is outrageous and devicive. and the jeb bush super pac 10ers. >> when the attacks come here, the person behind this desk will have to protect your
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will he be impulsive and reckless like trump trump? >> reporter: bush's super pac hopes the ad brings eyes and focus back to the former florida governor's campaign but many trump supporters last night in south carolina were not phase bid the con traffic lights verbal remarks. >> had to hear what he had to say and i think we need somebody strong like that. >> reporter: trump's next campaign stop is in iowa on friday. now on the democratic side, front runner hillary rodham clinton took to twitter where she said demonizing islam and muslim-americans plays into the hands of terrorists. >> all right. thank you. still to come, a preview of tonight's victoria's secret fashion show. and parking battle at a long island train station. will a new plan make sure residents are getting spots? and is your television watching you?
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interesting numbers around the area. we have 38 here. so it's a little cooler to the west. this is chris in garfield bumbles bounce, remember, there's rudolph there. he's all ready. and 44 in riverhead. and 42 for the north shore. i like this picture from bruce as well. a nice juxtaposition, hanukkah and christmas right there in north port. we have more clouds than we are seeing. parts of the area, west of the city and actually a little bit of wet weather for suffolk county. in the city, in the park, cloudy and 41. winds variable at 5 miles per hour. predominant wind north, northeast. it's cooler there at 32 in franklin. and 39 in madison. in the city, more clouds to start the day. it's a little brightener the afternoon. 45 at lunchtime with clouds overhead.
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piddle part of the afternoon, 45 after work and school. and sitting and spinning, that's the area of low pressure. and i mean, it's an impressive area of low pressure. just the set-up right now keeps it offshore for much of the area. some light rain through into the hamptons as well. it's flirting with our area. but as it sits and spins, the rotation around it will keep much of the moisture away. parts of connecticut, rhode island, massachusetts, they'll see some rain but in our area to the west, we will actually see some sun. and look at the models, they keep it there. but by the afternoon, it's just clouds east and it's brighter to the west. it sits and spins through wednesday with more clouds through wednesday midday, east again. that's the focus. and then we see a warm front pushing up from the south on thursday. so thursday morning into the first part of the afternoon, chance of a shower in the area. a mean more significant chance,
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and not a lot of coverage either because that just falls aands through. but it's a warm front. so you go from the 40s today and upper 40s at that to 50 tomorrow. and 55 be the warm front on thursday. and there you go, 59 saturday. and 61 on sunday. so those numbers up. speeds down. what's going on alex? >> thanks. good morning. let's help you get out and about. a disabled truck on the southbound side of the major deegan expressway. not a great alternate here. and in queen, a disabled vehicle on the eastbound l.i.e. at little neck parkway. and subway changes. an until investigation has some f trains running on the g line from court square. and northbound g train service is suspended this time as well. and as an alternate, customers are urged to the take the b-62 bus.
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you have to pay the meters. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. >> thank you. a vote tonight could determine if long island railroad parking lots in one area should be restricted to residents only. if the measure pass, the city lots would be off-limits to outsiders and enforcement would be through license plate checks. commuters had a mixed reaction. >> i think it should be restricted to residents and that's part of the reason we pay the taxes we may. >> if you want to charge extra, charge extra for a non- resident. >> reporter: but don't ban them? >> no, you can't ban them. >> proposed fines would be $250. a public hearing will proprecede tonight's vote. parents behaving badly in new jersey as a brawl erupts in the stands at a new jersey football game. the fight was caught during the championship game at rutger's university stadium on sunday.
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parent threw a megaphone into the student section prompting the mayhem. no one was seriously hurt. electronics are always a hot gift for the holidays, especially tvs. >> but a watchdog group has a warning. >> reporter: yeah, good morning. so analysts expect that 30 million tvs will be sold this year and among those are smart tvs that they say may be watching you more closely than you're watching your shows. whether it's sport, cartoons or the kardashian, what you watch many the privacy of your own home may not stay private if you're watching on a smart tv. at least according to consumer reports. its finings reveal that smart tvs are recording and sharing data about what you watch. >> what we believe is that it's fairly widespread. >> reporter: and parker higgens say they are capable of collecting a lot including what
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how often you change channels. danno that that can be combined with other information about you. >> part of a larger profile that the companies are data brokeries selling. >> reporter: this month, a class action suit was filed. lawyers contend the tracking feature is automatically and illegally turned on by default and collects specific viewing data that can be used to generate insights for advertisers and others. and now turning tracking off is different on every tv and it's not exactly easy. on this samsung, go to the smart hub menu, then tools and settings and then terms and conditions and finally marketing where you uncheck agree. and it may require your owner's manual but he says people who buy the smart tvs should get smart. so when asked about for
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collect perm identifiable information but that it is et that they are being watched. -- but it is is evident that they are being watched. the new direction kim and kanye took with their new baby's name. and another thrilling finish in monday night football. what would this be for the giants? and stock futures down following losses on wall street monday. the dow jones industrial average fell by 117. the nasdaq composite dropped by ho.
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it's the shortcut to priceless. how about cold play making an appearance last night and sounding fantastic with their new song "adventure of a lifetime." if you feel your heart beating, should you call your carloologist? i'm not a doctor, i don't know. we are going to see changes over the next few days. not winter weather per se, it's a coastal low. in the city, not bad. to the east, we have wet weather. seeing some showers, showers
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keeps pulling away. so that cool air pulls in and we are in the upper 40s. chilly today before we warm you back up. >> you're not a doctor? >> but i play one on -- >> no, i don't even do that. >> learn something every day. if you are traveling this morning, let's help you. we have an accident on the northbound side of the tappan zee bridge. starting to see rubber necking delays back to route 9w. so certainly plan for this. it will be a slow ride in both directions. and the bronx, a disabled truck cleared from the southbound major deegan past the cross bronx expressway. and alternate side is suspended for immaculate conception today. you still have to pay the meeters and be safe, remember, be safe, don't text don't text and drive. the giants lost to the jets on sunday. and they needed a gift from the cowboys to stay tied for the
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well, dallas and washington, d.c. last night. this was a snoozer until a fumble recovery in the final minutes. he gets the cowboys in the end zone and taking a 16-9 lead. that was the first touchdown of the game. and washington answer, jackson with the great touchdown catch. and game tied at 16-16. and then from 54-yards out, just in there. it is good and the cowboys win 19-16 the final. and now washington, philadelphia ask the giants share the nfc lead all at 5-7. and now here's otis livingston with the rest of the sports update. tonight, the islanders will be in philly. and the devils in toronto. and the nets host the rockets. last night, got meet the guy he patterned his game off. he got a hug from the fewer hall-of-famer and then had to take notes early. he hit the first four shots including that jumper over the rookie. and knicks trail by 23 on if night.
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but he didn't back down. he helped get the knicks to within seven but look who came back to haunt his former team. you guys used to boo him. and for the lay-in. knicks lose 104-97. i'm otis livingston, that's your cbs 2 wfan sports update. let's talk about the two talkers. the angels are ready to rock the runway. and kim and kanye choose a baby name. this is great. >> really? >> alex denis has this. >> reporter: we both heard of babies being referred to as blessings or angels and kim and kanye's new baby is legit, a saint. they named the baby boy saint west. he was born saturdaying a eight pound, one ounce. yesterday kim revealed the name with a name that said saint west. saint joins older sister 2-year- old northwest. i guess they did go with another direction.
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>> i know, he was hearing east. but okay. >> there you go. the wait is over. the victoria's secret annual fashion show will air here tonight. supermodels the moment will be dawning the angel wings for the first time as they strut in the sexy show. and the bigger honor of the night goes to the veteran who got to wearer the fireworks fantasy bra worth $2 million. >> it's my first time wearing it. i'm so thrilled and excited. >> well the show was taped a few weeks ago but you can see all of it tonight at 10:00 right here on cbs 2. it's appointment television. i know you have it set and ready to go. >> thank you so much. up next, today's top stories. the nypd says an off-duty officer shot an armed robber in a craigslist scam gone wrong. another suspect is still at- large. we have the -- we have the details.
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this is cbs 2 news. it's 6:30. 41 degrees on this tuesday, december 8th. cooler today, feeling more like what it's supposed to feel like this time of year but there's another warm-up coming. some streets are off limits this morning. the work to make sure a facade is secure. and a developing story. a pair of alleged craigslist robbers apparently messed with the wrong victim. one suspect is dead and another is on the run. i'm mary calvi. >> and i am chris wragge. police say the victim was an off-duty police officer. diane macedo is live with more. >> reporter: chris and mary, police say the suspects lured the officer here to 145th boulevard with the promise of selling him a car. instead, she intended to rob him at gun point. and while one suspect did
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wallet, the suspect is now dead. police say an off-duty police officer came to respond to a listing for a used white bmw. >> i live right across the street and it was about 10:35 and i heard a total of five to six gunshots. loud gunshots. about maybe five minutes later, i heard sirens and helicopters and then i knew it was something serious. >> i thought it was fire crackers. and i just slammed the door because i was like, i don't know what's going on but i didn't feel that safe. >> after that, i yell a lot for the police coming. >> reporter: the nypd says at least some of those gunshots came from the off-duty police officer after two suspects tried to rob the 32-year-old at gun point at 145th avenue near guy r. brewer boulevard. >> it was consecutive like, boom, boom, boom, boom.
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>> reporter: the bullets hit at least one suspect, a 35-year- old man who later died at the hospital. and the other suspect took off in a white bmw. police believe the ad was a scam. and now the second suspect may have been hit in the shooting so he might be injured. that's unclear. the officer was injured but he is expected to be okay. diane macedo, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. traffic and weather on the 2sing for right now. >> good morning mary. hi everybody. i cannot tell you why i have soldier boy in my head but i can tell you, we have clouds overhead and we have the system off the coast that will usher in cooler temperatures today. >> clouds and 41 in the city right now. and winds are variable at 5 miles per hour but the predominant wind will be north, northeast so numbers will be cooler. there's the low, just sitting and spinning and bringing wet weather into eastern suffolk. that's about it. i mean, it may migrate a bit to the north so showers possible east of the city today. 41 around 8:00.
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and more clouds than sun and particularly north and west. 47 the afternoon high. and she's got a solar boy at home, what's going on alex? >> we do. and we were doing a different type of dance on this side. if you are traveling morning, we have an accident on the northbound side of the tappan zee bridge, delays are back to the westchester side. and rubber necking delays back to route 9w. directions. and farther south to the minute delay. 15 at the holland as well as the george washington bridge. and an until investigation has some f trains running on the g line from court square. northbound g train service is suspended at this time. you can take the b-62 bus stead. and alternate side is suspended today but you have to pay the meters. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. and if your travels take to you the airport, everything is on or close to schedule. chris and mary.
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reports of a shooting in the meat packing district. it happen just before 5:00 a.m. police say a 27-year-old man was shot. he is in stable condition right now. police say a fight over parking space led to the shooting. the suspect is still on the loose. scary moments on the upper east side as bricks came falling off a 35-story building landing on to the street below. we are told construction crews were work on the facade of the building. witnesses say they heard a loud noise. >> i run to the counter and i see what was going on on in the street. a lot of breaks -- going on on the street. and a lot of bricks breaking. so i run in the light and i stop the cars. >> this is a live view from chopper 2 where you can see crews still investigating what went wrong. 1st avenue remains closed between 62nd and 64th. and 63rd street is closed from
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also new, police in brooklyn are looking for a man they say has been robbing the elderly. this is the man police would like to talk to. they say he robbed three people last month. he allegedly approached the victim and then pushed them to the ground before making off with their phones and money. autopsy result are expected today after monday's discovery of a woman's body inside her new jersey home. police first came to the house sunday evening after the victim reported coming home and finding an armed man in a closet. but she was nowhere to be found. it wasn't until yesterday that a relative found her body behind a curtain in the basement. >> her car was here and we just waited for her. like we filled out a missing person's report. >> reporter: did you see the police searching the house? >> yeah, they had the dogs going in there and everything.
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>> the gunman is still at large. she worked in union. holiday hooligans striking in the city. last night, mayor de blasio was there to relight a menouria that was vandalized on the first night of hanukkah. >> there are many people that want to see the light penetrate the darkness. >> reporter: monday night, they are fighting back against cold hearted holiday vandals who damaged menorah, twice in four day, even after the first night of hanukkah. >> last night it turned out that it was vandalized on friday night. >> reporter: and on monday night, mayor de blasio joined neighbors to relight the menorah after it was quickly repaired and announced the nypd is investigating the incidents as possible hate crimes. >> when we see an act of prejudice, when we see an act
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>> reporter: and unfortunately it's not just menorahs these day, vandals are also targeting nativity scenes around the area. but one church here in soho has come up with a way to fight back. >> once he's locked in there, the farthest he will go out is about this much. >> reporter: at st. anthony's church on sullivan street, they have actually installed a metal plate and a padlock on the back of a baby jesus figurine and it's being chained to the chained to the manger. the church had a different statue stolen just before thanksgiving and has had the baby jesus take lightning the past. >> we work hard on this and somebody comes and ruins it. it's real sad the to see. >> reporter: back here in the park, there are no cameras watching over this menorah but rest assured, the nypd and local neighbors are. on the upper east side, cbs 2 news. a parking violation leads
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u.s. park ranger in massachusetts. it happened six months but the video has just been released. they didn't have a permit for where they parked. the guard gave them 10 minutes to leave and they stayed for 30 minutes. that's when a ranger got involved. he claims the man got aggressive leading to this. >> i told you to stay on the ground. do the not move. >> when i approach a police officer, i'm going to know to be not doing anything because what's happening these days is that the average sit has the responsibility to calm down the aggressive police officer. >> he is charged with assaulting a federal officer. he admits biting the the ranger's hand when he was shoved to the ground. he goes on trial in february. up next, two major milestones announced by the mta. plus this -- >> the whole idea is to keep the bad guys off guard, to keep them wondering.
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a look at strawberry fields in central park. many people expected to gather there today. >> yeah. let's talk about the weather conditions out there. >> you know, it's a little unsettled east. north and west, you will see the sun, cooler but it's december, it's supposed to be cooler. so many saying where is the snow? i'll tell you, after today, numbers will be well above normal. and into the weekend, numbers in the potential low 60s in parts of the area. in the city as we scan the sky, look at this, oh, mighty cool. see how that looks? by the way, people are tweeting
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it's like, we can't stop singing. cloudy and 41, winds variable at 5 miles per hour and relative humidity at 62%. cooler in staten island by a degree. in riverdale, through the bronx and queen, low 40s. it's milder as you head east, 45 in the hamptons in fact. and 28 in monticello. that's your spread. clear north and west. and you're still warmer than you were this time yesterday. but it's more pronounced for the hatch on thes. and nine of the last 11 days have been above normal. and today even though it's just a degree or two will likely go down as above normal. 45 the normal, shooting for 47. and 65 for the records. sun sets at 4:28. and on the season, even though you wouldn't know it by the shorts you have been wear, 13 days until winter. and no winter weather at all. a little bit of light rain today.
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and the 60s by this weekend. so it doesn't feel like winter but feels busy. >> you're right. traveling this morning, we have an accident with injuries blocking three lanes on the northbound side of the tappan zee bridge. delays past broadway. rubber necking delays on the southbound side stretching back to route 9w. and subway change, an nypd investigation has some f trains running on the g line to court street. and northbound g train service is suspended. so customers can use the b-62 bus. and now alternate side parking is suspended for immaculate conception today. you still have to pay the meters. and some milestones this morning in the east side access project. it will bring lirr service to grand central terminal. more than $56 million in improvements are complete at the herald interlocking facilities in queens where the lirr tracks will meet for the
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and a ventilation facility below east 55th street is complete. and the feature here, new grates have a high-heel friendly design. but the project won't be complete for at least seven years. but we both went, oh, that's great. not only commute in, we're not going to fall through. >> exactly. get stuck. >> i don't know if those shoes are good for those stockings. though. >> our fashionista. we are learning new details about the cup who will opened fire in san bernardino last week killing 14 people and injuring 21 others. the fbi revealed that the husband and wife who carried out the attack syed rizwan farook and tashfeen malik took part in target practice just days before the mass shooting. we also learned that 19 pipe bombs were found in the couple's home in california. the agents say the couple had been radicalized for quite some time. here at home, the anti-terror
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>> reporter: they arrived unannounced, cops who look like soldiers and depend on the element of surprise. >> we plan these so we could be anywhere, any time, any place. >> reporter: in this case, they are at the transit cent, a bus depot, they fan out, one cop stationed at the end of each lane, and eyes roaming and dogs sniffing. this is one stop that changes constantly. >> we do a quick sweep and then move on to another location. >> reporter: echosser wears a radiation monitor to detect a dirty bomb. the dogs can smell explosives rest is watching for something out of the ordinary. the appearance can be unsettling. >> just got off the bus and seeing these things but they say it's nothing to worry about. >> reporter: you will see more during the holidays with the extra shopping. but it happens all year long and there's a very specific for that. >> the idea is to keep the bad guys off guard. to keep them wondering. >> reporter: and to accomplish
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patch work of 61 different police department, coordinated through a county-wide intelligence clearing center. >> no your state, your federal, you have to work together. not only to keep your own people safe but to have the added ring of intelligence around new york city. >> reporter: the program started small just after 9/11 and has continued to grow along with the threat it presumably faces. white plain, lou young, cbs 2 news. >> police sources tell us they are so focused on making the sweeps random that different teams may hit the same spot twice within a few hours. neighbors say a man is ening his home for wild parties. >> they have pictures of strippers in the backyard. >> what do you do the in your house? do i look in your house? >> the homeowner defended
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demonstrated outside his home. he says his parties are private. neighbors say social media posts have detailed strippers and plenty of alcohol. >> i had to put my air conditioner on to make noise and use ear plugs. >> i love the party. >> there you have it. air b and b said it suspended the listing but ads remain on other rental sites. still to come, a lifetime deal for lebron james. >> and jon stewart goes home. the reason he decided now is the right time to head back to "the daily show." good morning, the knicks lost to the mavericks 104-97 last night. he scored 28 points in the loss. tonight, islanders down in philly.
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how much this deal is worth but a source says it's worth more than kevin durant 10-year $300 million deal. >> yeah, a long shot on a skinny kid from akron. give me a break. he was a sure shot since day one. >> how about a pudgy old guy? i'll do a couple crumples for a million bucks. where's the rain? not much of it. it's attemping parts of eastern suffolk. we're going to leave a chance of a shower in the mixing for. and then brighter skies north and west. and brighter inland, mid- to upper 40s. 47 in the city. and then we continue to warm right into the weekend. warm up ahead, yeah, temperatures 15 to 20 degrees above normal for your saturday and sunday. what about your tuesday? >> thank you. good morning. we have an accident with
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tappan zee bridge. delays back past broadway to the westchester side. rubber necking delays on the southbound side stretch back to 9w. and subway changes as well. and nypd investigation has some f trains running on the g line from court square. northbound g trains service is suspended at this time. so an alternate, customer cans use the b-62 bus. many the meantime, alternate side parking is suspended for ma'am lateral conception. you still have to pay the meters. and remember, be safe, don't text and drive. >> thank you. jon stewart returns for laughs and a serious message. >> i'm sorry, sir, are you, are you lost? >> no, it's me! trevor, it's me! >> papa? >> sue wart joined to talk about the zadroga health and compensation act. he is leading the fight to get
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masterpass from mastercard and your bank. it's the shortcut to priceless. what you need to know before you go. one robbery suspect shot and killed and another on the run after police say they held up
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when the officer responded to a craigslist ad about a car. 1 isst avenue remains closed between 26th and 64th street. 63rd street is closed after a 35 story building on the upper east side last night landing on the street below. we are told crews were working on the building there. are no reported injures. police have released video of a suspect in a sexual assault. they say he followed a 20-year- old woman into an apartment building sunday night and then raped her autoimmune point. and the attacker is a -- -- raped here in her apartment building. a water main break. the main was replaced and water restored yesterday. nearby neighborhoods are still under a boil water advisory through tomorrow. and another check of the traffic situation. >> take a look at this in both directions on the tappan zee bridge, there's an accident
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we have delays past broadway on the westchester side, rubber necking delays on the southbound side stretch back to route 9w. the lincoln and the george washington bridge, a 30 minute delay. and holland at 15 minutes. and alternate side is suspended for immaculate conception. you still have to pay the hearts and text the drive. hi everybody, showers east of the city. they'll continue to sit and spin there. a lot of this is going to stay just south of the south shore. but it's all around the area of low pressure. and the area of low pressure serving to cool us down. and this will likely be the coldest day of the week. and over the next few day, we're closer to 60 by the weekend. >> thank you so much. another check of news and weather in 25 minutes. >> thanks for watching. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge.
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