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i will be women targeted in the bronx. where police say a suspected robber is preying on his victims. and it it was met for mission trips but instead church goers say this money ended up in their pastor's pockets. the video that proves this was an inside job. about a million people witness the ball drop in times square. now the temperature is dropping as well. vanessa murdock tells us how low it'll go.
this first saturday of 2016. january 2nd. i'm andrea grimes. >> and i'm diane macedo. >> first vanessa murdock is here. it was chilly outside. >> it's feeling like winter finally. and it does get even colder from here. we'll talk about single digit windchills as we make our way into tuesday morning. it is still cold out there and it is where we should be. temperatures for most of us out there in the 30s this morning. 33 in central park. 31 for white plains. 29 in the hampton. it feels colder than that. windchills in the mid20s for many. in month sell low, it feels like 15 degrees. some clouds overhead. air is dry, so much of it is evaporating.
temperatures toppling out in the 30s. 42 our high today will feel like 35. winds will be blowing out of the west-northwest at 5 to 10. it will be a sunny start to the weekend. the first weekend of the new year. also a very chilly start. but temperatures at 42 degrees, that is still above seasonable. back to you. >> thank you. our top story this morning, the nypd says it's trying to put an end to a robbery spree in the bronx. >> all the victims have been targeted while inside elevators. >> reporter: police are looking for at least one suspect. they tell us he's targeted at least five victims in elevators. most of the crimes have happened at the butler houses on webster avenue. police are releasing video of the suspect. he has a beard, he's wearing a black jacket and a black hat
station after he allegedly stole a subway card from one of the victims. he and another man in a white t- shirt are checking to see if if the card is still active. they also want to question the person who he is with. the victims, all of them women, walk into all rights and the suspect follows. that's when he demands them to hand over their purse. in one of the cases the suspect simulates having a handgun. the victim refused to give up her purse. the suspect punched her and off. these crimes took place between october 2nd and december 27th. all of them late at night or early in the morning. most were at the butler houses but one of the robberies happened a few streets away on washington avenue. police say the victims were not seriously injured but definitely shaken up. if you have any information on these crimes or that suspect, forward. live in the claremont section of the bronx.
investigating an elevator strongty that happened on the lower east side. a 25-year-old musician is being called a hero for helping a passenger get out of the broken elevator before it took his life. he was crushed as he tried to escape himself. residents say the elevators have been a problem for years. >> a funeral will be held for new york service member killed in afghanistan. lewis bonacosa was one of six americans killed on december 21st. the 31-year-old leaves behind a wife and a 5-year-old daughter. services get underway at 11:00 this morning at the new beginnings christian center. he'll be buried at calverton national cemetery. a fatal fire has been deemed suspicious. a 56-year-old man has been found dead. the fdny says it's unusual the fire started on the stairs
the brother of the man who was killed tried to run in to save him. >> he try to help his brother get out and he couldn't. fire was so intense. hi had to get out. >> one firefighter is injured but is expected to be okay. some church goers will not have a church to go to tomorrow. flames tore through early yesterday, destroying the nearly 200-year-old structure. the building recently became home to a pentecostal congregation. members were inside just the night before. but say they left before the flames started. members at an upper east side church say they want their pastor out after they say he was caught on video stealing from the church offering box. surveillance video shows a man going through money in a drawer, counting it and taking some of it. members of the church on east
church's lead past tar daniel iampaglia stealing cash. they suspected it for a while. >> we put extra 20s, we marked them, took photographs of them and sure enough on sunday when the offering was given to him, you know to deposit, 20s were missing. >> church members say they asked the pastor in writing to resign but claim he ripped up that letter. iampaglia is due in court on tuesday a. bronx woman says her new year's night out ended with an act of blatant discrimination when she was turned away at a bar. >> reporter: out with her crew to ring in to 16, corinne petido didn't expect an attitude. >> i was discriminated against because i have brown skin. >> reporter: petido a new york city schoolteacher says it happened at behans pub. she's visited before so was surprised when the bouncer turned her away.
ticketed event you can't come gave me a head nod and i walked in. >> he did not check her id and did not specify it was a ticketed event. >> reporter: petido confronted the bouncer and asked why her friend was allowed in but she was not. >> he said because you don't look like the women inside. >> the bouncer said you don't look like the other women in here. >> you heard him say that? >> absolutely. i was standing there with her. shocking. absolutely. >> i actually walked away in tears because it was just heart breaking. it really cut deep. >> i went in to get answers. the bartender referred me to a manager who wasn't around and hasn't contacted me. petido posted her concern on social media and plans to file a complaint with the city
in woodlawn the bronx, tony aiello. more legal trouble for fandual and draftkings. eric schneiderman filed a lawsuit demand, the sites give back the money won in in new york state. he's attempted to stop them from operating in new york saying allow illegal gambling. a former u.s. congressman has died. ohio republican mike oxley was known for authoring anticorporate fraud legislation. his family says he says -- the u.s. department of justice is investigating blue bell creameries after a case of its ice cream led to ten cases of listeria or food poisoning. three people are to have died. prosecutors are looking into whether higher ups are responsible for the outbreak.
president obama steps -- the steps he's taking to take action against gun violence. thank heaven for 7-eleven. see what he used to take down an armed robber in upstate new york. no bringing down this bear. not any time soon. where in jersey it's now calling home and why wildlife experts are letting him hang for now. don't let their adorable faces fool you. these newborn babies are in serious competition. two families claim their son is the big apple's first new year baby. here's vanessa murdock with a check on the forecast. >> getting very cold adds we forge ahead into the new year. we'll talk about how low the temperatures go and when we might see snow.
base. authorities are calling it the most serious attack of its kind in recent years. the gun battle with the gunman and indian troops lasted for hours and claimed the lives of two indian soldiers. the attack comes just days after indian and pakistan launched a peace inish ty. president obama is looking to sidestep congress in an effort to curb gun violence. he'll meet with loretta lynch on monday to discuss taking executive action on the issue. he spoke about it during his weekly address. >> we know we can't stop every act of violence. what if we tried to stop even one. what if if congress did something, anything to protect our kids from gun violence. >> sources tell cbs news the president's options include expanding background checks for people looking to buy guns and requiring enhanced reporting and tracking of lost and stolen guns. people in summit, new jersey woke up to find an
a black bear dozing in a tree. bear was first spotted. people stopped by all day long to take a look. >> i looked out my window and what? there's a bear? >> what a great way to start the day. walk up and see a bear isn't the neighborhood. a while. police say new jersey fish and wildlife officers can't high. police are hoping the bear will make a peaceful exit. thousands took part in the polar bear plunge. there were fans there to serenade the swimmers as well the things. the polar bear club has been meeting on new year's day since 1903 and thanks to a warm december water temperatures in the area were in the low 50s. >> every year this makes me cold just watching it. i cannot even imagine doing it. >> i love how the low 50s is a
>> i enjoy watching it. i'll watch it from here. let's check with vanessa murdock. >> if 50s sounded chilly to you, you are in trouble because we're going to talk about a high of only 30 degrees as we make our way into tuesday. today, a little bit warmer than that. still a windchill to think about. let's go ahead and start things off live outside. a beautiful live picture of the city skyline this morning from high atop the empire state building. cold and breezy. 33 degrees in central park. west winds at 18 miles per hour are knocking the feels like temperatures into the 20s. your headlines, a chilly start to the new year. and really only chilly because december was so warm. the warmest december on record. the coldest days of the seven day forecast will be monday into tuesday. tuesday being the worst of it. temperatures start to become more mild wednesday through friday. as we go ahead and look at the temperature trend, it was 42
normal high is 39. today, 42 as well. tomorrow, 43. and then monday, 36. temperatures continue to go down from there. tuesday's low as we wake up, it's going to be 19 degrees. last time it was that cold was march 7th. it was 18 degrees that morning. the nor low is 27 degrees. so certainly something to consider that that cold air will be piling on in and it begins now. the temperatures out there are present. 32 in al pine. 25 in monticello. cranberry at 33. windchills making it feel colder. 26 in roslin. down to 23 in monticello. windchills down to 15 degrees this morning. on the vortex satellite and radar, we do have high, thin clouds out there. especially well to the west and northwest of the city. notice the potential for a few stray snow flakes, most of that is not reaching the ground there.
just evaporates as it falls. nonetheless, there are some clouds well to the west of the city. cold air is moving in, we have high pressure dominating your weekend forecast. winds will be around that area of high pressure generally out of the west-northwest. pumping in colder air. that's for the weekend. as we head into tuesday, the jet stream takes a big dip to our south. as that happens we get a little bit of a bitter blast. morning temperatures in the teens for most on tuesday. single digit windchills possible early tuesday morning. and highs that day, well, we'll be lucky if we even reach the freezing mark. for today, 42 will feel like the 30s under mostly sunny skies. winds out of the northwest 10 to 15 miles per hour. tonight, mainly clear and cold. 33 degrees for the suburbs. 20s tomorrow morning's windchills won't be as significant because the winds will be calmer. tomorrow, bright and brisk. a high of 43 degrees to end the weekend. winds out of the west at 10 to 15. anticipating windchills
feel like the 30s. then look at monday. the high is just 36 degrees. in addition to that, expect the potential for passing snow showers as we get into monday afternoon and evening through the overnight hours into early tuesday. overnight monday into tuesday, we bottom out at 19 degrees. it'll feel like single digits as you wake up tuesday morning for some. 30 the high tuesday. that's under very sunny skies by afternoon. but also it will feel more like the 20s and teens outs there. we start to warm back up. it's a dry forecast with the exempt exception for the monday afternoon potential. >> sunny skies but 30 degrees. come on. >> that's what's in winter. the bright blue sky days are very deceiving. those are generally the coldest days of winter. >> thanks. philadelphia celebrated the first day of 2016 with its parade. upwards of 10,000 people participated.
more than 40 clubs and they're divided into categories to be judged. they compete in four categories. it's a philly tradition. >> you would fit in with that. very cool. well it appears back here at home two little boys must share the title of being new york city's first newborns of 2016. 7-pound 4-ounce boy was born in queens just as the clock struck midnight. had yet to be named when we visited had im. over in brooklyn at the very same time, zayden was born at coney island hospital. he came into the world weighing 7 pounds 1 ounce. both of them really, really cute. congrats to their parents. >> hard to tell them apart this early in the game. congratulations all around. the knicks may have gotten a little too winded up in chicago -- winded in chicago. >> after taking a lead in the
ended the game with a franchise record. >> it's a record they probably want to forget. here's mark morgan with your sports update. >> reporter: the knicks season has been one of inconsistency. a string of wins followed by a run of losses. much better than last year's start. the knicks were 5-28 after 33 games last season. they took a 15-18 record into chicago to tip off 2016. the knicks haven't won at the united center since 2010. derrick rose sat this one out with an injury. knicks mounted a furious comeback. and one. new york came back to tie it in the third. 18 points. the knicks took the lead. then just kind of fell apart. they were awful in the fourth. missed layups. the bulls shot the lights out. from about 30 feet away. he had four threes. the knicks suddenly down 16 and
chicago shot 62% from beyond the arc. for three. knicks outscored 31-8 in the fourth. the worst fourth quarter in franchise history. 108-81 is your final. for cbs 2 news, i'm mark morgan. have a great day. taste of the day. we're getting beautiful green seedless grapes. they look great. in about two or three more weeks they'll get a little more amber color. which means they'll be sweeter. right now they're not that bad. selection and storage is very important or anything is not going to taste good if you don't store them right or select them right. let's talk about selection. when you buy them, nice color all the way around. the more amber, the better they'll be. stems nice and green. greener the stem the fresher the grapes. when you bring them home, in the refrigerator right away. they come from chile thousand miles away. buy them, enjoy them.
in a little while we'll get the seedless variety. a little crunchy but delicious. i'm your fresh grocer. eat fresh and stay healthy. >> thank you. time now 6:21. remembering singer natalie cole. >> the apollo theater and music's best pay tribute to the late grammy award winner. weeks into winter, no major snow.
winter to get to work. taking a live look at new york city there from the top of the empire state building on this first saturday of 2016. hope your year and morning is 6:25. 33 degrees. welcome back to cbs 2 news saturday morning. grammy award winning singer song writer natalie cole is being remembered for her powerful voice and talent. >> the apollo theater paid tribute to the jazz legend who angeles. >> reporter: natalie cole followed in the footsteps of her famous father.
him in 1991. >> reporter: she found her own voice and success along the way. cole won the first of nine grammies in 1975 with the hit "this will be." she received a star on the hollywood walk of fame. were setbacks. cole developed an addiction to drugs and alcohol. entering rehab in 1983. >> it was a revelation for me all these years. i didn't realize i was still grieving for my father at 30 something. >> reporter: cole was diagnosed with hepatitis c and liver disease. she underwent a kidney transplant in 2009. >> i'm a talking testimony to you can have scars y, you can go through turbulent times. >> reporter: cole recently canceled tour dates due to her health. natalie cole was 65 years old.
two sisters who say she died with dignity, strength and honor. aretha franklin called cole one of the greatest singers of our time. >> time now is 6:27. still to come, more top stories including a reverend accused of stealing from his upper east side church. plus. this morning police are looking if for a suspect accused of robbing women inside elevators in the bronx. we'll show you a picture of the man police are trying to track down. and meet the twins born a year apart.
we'll tell you how. search is on for a suspect linked to a string of robberies in the bronx. a convenient encounter for a 7-eleven cashier. a customer takes down a gunman in the middle of a robbery. the new year is ushering in cold weather over the next few days. temperatures will be in the teens in some parts of our area. cbs news sad morning continues right now. -- saturday morning continues right now.
the first saturday of 2016. january 2nd. >> the day's top stories are straight ahead. vanessa murdock is here with a look at the forecast. we have not talked about temperatures this low in a while. >> in a very long while. we're going to talk about temperatures that we haven't but that's not today. today is still a little bit warmer. this morning though temperatures for most of us in the 30s. upper 20s out there. feeling more like the 20s for just about all of us. 33 degrees in central park. 31 in bronxville. 28 middletown. feels like 23 in new canon. in the city the windchill is 25 degrees. with cold air in place, any precipitation will be falling in the form of snow. we do have reports of light snow falling for areas well to the northwest of the city this morning. you can see that happening there. much of it evaporating before
what we'll see today are mostly sunny skies. that snow starts to ease on up and skies will be clearing. it's going to be a very brisk, bright day. 38 degrees at noon. winds out of the northwest at 10 to 15 degrees. it'll feel more like 30. by 3:00, 42 degrees. will feel like the mid30s under mostly sunny skies. by 9:00, down to 34 degrees. little bit of a breeze out there. feeling like the upper 20s. full forecast is coming up. we'll talk about snow and that very cold air diving in for your forecast. >> thank you. now to our top story. police in the bronx are trying to put an end to a robbery spree. >> the suspect is targeting victims when they're inside an elevator. cbs 2 is in the claremont section with more. >> reporter: police say the suspect is following women into elevators and then robbing them. most of the crimes have happened right here at the butler houses. this is right on webster avenue.
here warning the public to be aware. we want to show you this video from the nypd that shows the suspect. investigators say he has a beard, he's wearing a black jacket and a black hat. cameras captured him in the subway after he allegedly stole a subway card from a victim. he and another man are swiping that card to see if it still works. police want to question that man to see if he's possibly involved in any of the crimes. the first robbery was on october 2nd. there have been five of them. the last one was on sunday. all of them are happening late at night or early in the morning. police tell us the victims, again, all of them women, are getting trapped in the elevators with the suspect. they say in some of the instances he's leading them to leave he has a gun and steals their purses. one of the victims actually refused. she held on to her bag and that's when the suspect supposedly punched her, then ripped the purse off her shoulder and took off. all of the robberies happened within a few blocks of each other. most at the butler houses,
for thely none of the victims were seriously injured. obviously shaken up. police need to find this suspect before he possibly targets someone else. if you have any information on who this suspect is, they want you to come forward. we're live in the claremont section of the bronx this morning. >> thank you. police are also investigating an elevator tragedy that happened at lower east side. a 25-year-old musician is being called a hero for helping a fellow passenger get out of the broken elevator before it took his life. steven hewitt brown was crushed as he tried to escape. residents of the building says elevators have been a problem for years. new this morning, four suspected islamic gunmen were killed when they tried to attack an indian air force base on the border with pakistan. authorities are calling it the most serious attack of its kind in recent years. the gun battle lasted for hours.
the attack comes just days after india and pakistan launched a peace initiative. a funeral will be held today for a new york service member killed in afghanistan. staff sergeant lewis bonacasa was one of six americans killed in a suicide bombing on december 21st. the 31-year-old leaves behind a wife and a 5-year-old daughter. services get underway at 11:00 this morning at new beginnings christian center. investigators have deemed a suspicious. a 56-year-old man was found dead after flames broke out yesterday afternoon in the brown stone on jefferson avenue. the fdny says it's unusual the fire started on the stairs between the second and third floors. according to a neighbor the brother of the man who was killed tried to save him. >> he tried to help his brother get out. he couldn't. he said the fire was so intense
>> one firefighter was hurt but is expected to be okay. church members in west orange, new jersey don't have to church it go to tomorrow. flames tore through the church early yesterday, destroying the nearly 200-year-old structure. the building recently became home to a pentecostal congregation. members were inside just the night before celebrating the new year. but say they left before the flames started. the cause of the fire is under investigation. members at an upper east side church say they want their pastor out after they say he was caught on video stealing from the church offering box. surveillance video shows a man going through money, counting it then taking some of it. members of the church on east 62nd street say it's the church's lead pastor daniel iampaglia stealing cash from offerings that are supposed to go to missions. they say they suspected it for a while. >> we put extra twenties. we marked them.
on sunday when the offering was given to him to deposit, twenty were missing. >> church members asked the pastor in writing to resign but clip he ripped up that -- claim he ripped up that letter. there's more legal trouble for the sites fanduel and draftkings. erik schneiderman filed a lawsuit seeking that the fantasy sports websites give back all of the money they won in new york state. the lawsuit is the latest between schneiderman and the sites. he's attempted to stop them from operating in new york saying they allow illegal gambling. a former u.s. congressman known for coauthoring legislation in the wake of the enron scandal has died. ohio republican mike oxley. his family says he was suffering from a recurrence of nonsmoking lung cancer and died yesterday. he was 71 years old. blue bell creameries is being investigated for how it
leading to ten cases of listeria or food poisoning. three people are believed to contaminated treats. prosecutors are looking into whether higher ups at the company are responsible for the outbreak. president obama is looking to sidestep congress in an effort to curb gun violence. he'll meet with attorney general loretta lynch to on the issue. he talked about it during his weekly address. >> we know we can't stop every about of violence. what if we tried to stop even one. what if congress did something, anything to protect our kids from gun violence. >> the president's options include expanding background checks for people looking to buy guns and requiring enhanced reporting and tracking of lost and stolen guns. a customer at a 7-eleven took charge when a robber demanded money from the clerk. here you can see the robber holding up the clerk when a man with a large flashlight comes
away. police caught up with him and arrested him. coming up next, a bit of relief for homeowners in the midwest pummeled by heavy flooding. plus. >> on january 1st it should snow. >> i get such a kick out of her. the new year is off to a rough start for resort guests. how resorts are picking up the slack. first speaking of winter and the weather. vanessa murdock with the forecast. >> those resorts will be happy to here the big chill is on its way. coming up we'll talk about starting our tuesday morning off in the single digits.
flooding has left at least 22 people dead. farther south two more levies buckled, bringing it to at least 11 the number of levy failures. numerous homes are threatened by the rising waters. back at home the warm weather has hurt this year's ski season and resorts are desperate for snow. but some say fear not, the snow guns are blowing. >> lou young traveled to watch winter arrive. >> two hours west of manhattan the snow guns are spraying icy mist into the mountain air. the noise deafening at close reign is music to holiday visitors who envisioned a more seasonable landscape. the general consensus, it's about time. >> on january 1st it should snow. >> it is now. >> it is now. i love it. >> that's how weary winter worshipers are these days. once they would have complained about a lack of natural snow. now anything will do. for some even this comes cruelly late in the game.
able to ski these slopes. no, i have to go home. >> it takes days of doing this to make a skiable surface and these snow guns have been fired up three times. each time previously the warm winter has undone their work. this time the snow makers say they're feeling it. >> now we've got a good forecast ahead. we're excited to be oprahing. >> it hopes ticketholders will be in the seats on monday. they've started making snow at mountain creek in new jersey as well. upstate new york slopes are pushing the stuff out. none too soon for a ski team member from brew store high school. >> it's been ridiculous. after praying and doing so many snow dances we have finally got snow here. >> be comforted the fake flakes are falling as you sleep. kind of cool to see how they do that. lou looked like he was in the middle of a blizzard.
>> maybe doing a snow dance. let's check in with vanessa murdock and see if we have snow coming our way. vanessa. >> monday there is a chance for very fast moving snow showers need. they need a big whopper of a storm to lay down the base and forecast. we do have some very cold air, so the snow making process will be much simpler and more straightforward moving ahead. they won't have that daytime melt they've been dealing with. as we check in with our weather watchers this morning. first thing i'd like to do is head up well north here. 25 degrees says tony. he's reporting snow showers this morning. not the case for everybody. those snow showers really isolated well north and west of the city as we head on down into new jersey. reporting 27 degrees in cedar grove this morning. a few clouds. generally speaking we do have high, thin clouds overhead for most of us now. we are anticipating a very bright start to this first
live outside, you can see the thin clouds out there. it's cold and breezy. 33 degrees with west winds at 18 miles per hour. couple the winds with the temp and it feels like the 20s. headlines, chilly start to the new year. as it should be. it's winter. the coldest days will be monday and tuesday. we'll talk about starting your day off in the single digits for some on tuesday morning. then as we make our way wednesday through friday, the temperatures become more mild again. today, 42 degrees the anticipated high. the normal high is 39. but of course this is not the full story. it will feel like the mid30s. feeling winter blues because of the lack of sunlight, some good news. toward the end of the month we will start to see more sun. today that sunrise time 7:20. by january 31st it is going to be 7:07. and of course the sunset time is also moving a little bit later in the day. so things are shaping up nicely. but also more cold.
satellite and radar picture. clouds around, especially well to the north. northwest of the city. we do see a few snow showers. now. bigger picture. building on in. it will sit here and pump air in from the west-northwest. it's a cold air. things start to change as we get into tuesday. breezy as well. it'll feel like the 30s out there. tomorrow, bright and brisk will feel like the 30s. on monday, colder air starts to dig on in. highs will only be in the 30s on monday. the mid30s. will likely feel like the upper 20s. on monday as we make our way into the afternoon and evening, we could see fast moving snow showers pumping across the region. so going to really, really, really look and feel like winter on monday. if you haven't gotten that feel yet. so for today, mostly sunny. a chilly breeze. 42. will feel like the 30s with
mainly clear. cold again. 33 in the city. translates to 20s in the suburbs. by afternoon tomorrow we're at 43 degrees. likely feel like the 30s out there with winds out of the west at 10 to 15 miles per hour. the extended forecast. as we look toward monday, 36 degrees. increasing clouds on monday. quick passing snow showers in the mix as well. 36 will likely feel like the 20s. as we go through the overnight hours, teens on monday night will feel like single digits for some early tuesday morning. so brutally cold as the kids head back to school. tuesday afternoon, a high of 30 degrees out there. skies will be clearing late into the day on tuesday. 41, mostly sunny on wednesday. thursday and friday, temperatures in the mid and upper 40s. >> pull out the scarves and gloves. two boys must share the title of being new york city's first newborns of 2016. a boy was born at north well health at queens.
has yet to be name. in brooklyn at the very same time. he came into the world weighing 7 pounds 1 ounce. >> they marked it and it was exactly at the 12:00 mark so there was no seconds add all. >> my baby was born first. i'm sure. i looked at that clock and it said 12:00. >> figure about the bragging rights though. both babies are healthy and doing well. another set of twins in california ares a making news. there won't be any arguments over who was born first. a twin brother and sister were born on different days and different years to the valencia family. jaylen was born one minute before midnight on new year's eve while her brother lewis was born two minutes after midnight on new year's day. both babies and mop are doing fine. >> -- mom are doing fine. >> i see a lot of childhood bickering. but i'm older.
is fun. the knicks may have gotten too winded in chicago after taking a lead in the thrilling third quarter, they ended the game with a franchise record. want to forget. here's mark morgan with your sports update. >> reporter: the knicks season thus far has been one of inconsistency. a string of wins, a run of losses. start. remember the knicks were 5-28 last season. they took a 15-18 record into chicago to tip off 2016. the knicks haven't won at the united center since 2010. knicks fell behind by 17 in the opening half. mounted a comeback. jose calderon. new york came back to tie it in the third. the knicks took the lead. then just kind of fell apart. they were awful in the fourth. missed layups. the bulls tighten their d and
from about 30 feet away. he had four threes. the knicks down 16. it got worse. chicago shot 62% from beyond the arc. for three. knicks outscored 31-8 in the fourth. the worst fourth quarter in franchise history. time now 6:50. up next a home that will have you living and dreaming large. tvs hidden behind things, a state-of-the-art movie theater, did we mention the diner in the
in this morning's living large, we're headed to a jersey shore manor that oozes elegance. that is until you take a trip to the basement. >> we're revisiting one of our favorite homes featured this year largely because of what's in the basement. emily smith has the tour. >> on pitney road in spring lake you find a dream home. a georgian colonial. inside 17,000 square feet. we met michelle jackson with gloria nelson and company. >> you notice the staircase. >> the marble floors. yep. >> you have the living radio. to the right. dining room to the left. >> straight ahead you walk
carolina. then notice a double height coffered ceiling with giant picture windows. down the hall in a separate wing you enter the bill yard library. >> they wanted it to look authentic georgia. style. >> a large kitchen has touches of marble. we took a grand staircase up to the second floor. overlooking the lower level. six bedrooms including the master. the master closet has built in cabinet reand a staircase. >> this is a thing with living large. have two story lo sets. >> that's a dry cleaning machine. >> there's actually -- a tanning bed. >> and back on the bedroom floor floor the master bathroom.
>> couple little hidden secrets. >> safe. >> we took the elevator to the basement level and found a perfect place to throw a party. >> they had a diner company come in and fabricate this whole diner. >> it seats 35 people. >> here's the kitchen. >> all stainless steel. >> all stainless steel. after hanging at the diner you can go to the movies. >> tars on the ceiling. >> a velvet curtain reveals the screen. you can watch tv or films in here. outside notice the covered porches. you have a park-like setting on an acre. complete with a play house for the kids, a short walk to a pool along with a carriage house. to live large it will cost you $9, 495,000. >> good news for the ladies at the desk the home is still on the market. the price has even been reduced
>> we can probably pool our money maybe. >> i'm sure. >> it stayed on the market for another 30 years. >> saw the play house and was like, sold. time to see what's coming up on cbs this morning saturday. >> you can join us. we'll pool -- >> we could just live many that play house. >> that qualifies as a sale when they drop it to $8 million. good morning. we'll have the days headlines. the new laws for the new year from changes in gun control and animal rights to where you can wear your headphones. we'll break down the laws many states have enacted this week. tom jones has been a popular figure in music. he's out with a new memoir. the conflict advice he got from elvis and sinatra. hollywood's sweet 16. we'll preview the upcoming year for movies big and small. >> all that plus your eye
in our saturday session just ahead on cbs this morning saturday. >> happy new year to both of you as well. look forward to your show. let's get a final look at your weather forecast now. vanessa murdock has good news for people who want that winter weather. >> it's here. it's going to stay for some time. we are looking very cold. today, moderately cold. close to seasonable. 42 degrees. will feel like the 30s out there. bright and brisk for today. winds out of the northwest at 10 to 15. we'll top out at 46. 40 in white plains. keep in mind the windchills will be in the 30s. forecast. 33 degrees and mainly clear. tomorrow it is 43. another bright and brisk end to your weekend. then we get the big chill. monday, 36 degrees. quickly passing snow showers. 19 will feel even colder. some will have wind hims in the single digits. >> mentally prepare now. get the coats. >> and hats and scarves and everything else.
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