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it is 4:30, 38 degrees on this monday, february 8, after a weekend break from the snow there is more on the way. good morning everybody. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs 2 news this morning we want to start with the weather and possibility of several inches of snow before the day is over. let's get right over to john elliott and the eye on the storm forecast john? >> good morning mary and chris. oh, everybody a little tired maybe up a little late last night? here is the deal.
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where we'll see those accumulating snows and it's pretty well challenging for parts of suffolk county. the city right now we have cloudy skies and 38 degrees winds out of the east and wind is a menace today gusting to 25 right now. it's an impressive big storm, slowly backing into our area. somewhat reminiscent of friday's storm, a lot of the moisture will miss us to the south but we are going to see that change between now and 6:00 a.m. snow start to roll in mainly south and east to the city. 6-11 more snow will fill in but it's a slow mover as far as the move from east to west, 11-2:00 we'll see tapering off and a few snow showers from 2:00-8:00 and then after today there's another system we'll talk more about that in a bit right now though let's see how busy those morning roads are. hi, alex. >> good morning everyone. it's actually a pretty busy commute at 4:30 and we have an accident with an overturned truck and fuel spill with a
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side of the turnpike in the truck lanes at exit 13 but if you stick with the car lanes a smoother ride for you and in hillside a crash blocking two southbound lanes as you make your way on the garden state parkway it did 142 there and another alert this is newark market street is closed between chambers due to a large water main break and still seeing problems in lower manhattan due to the crane collapse friday but i'll have details coming up. alternate side is suspended for asian new year and meeter rules are still in effect and be safe don't text and drive. alex thank you. streets in lower manhattan still remain closed following friday's deadly crane collapse. >> yesterday mayor deblasio announced a series of reforms to prevent another tragedy. cbs 2 janelle burrell joins us live with more this morning. >> reporter: chris and mary those new rules set to take effect today. meanwhile here you can see police still have the area where that crane was blocked
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church and hudson street it's still shutdown at this hour as crews continue to do their work. the final pieces of the nearly 600-foot crane dismantled and carted away. and now the work begins investigating what went wrong. >> we do not know, was this human element, was it structural, was it the equipment or the wind? >> friday's windy snowy weather being looked at as a possible factor. >> the manufacturer clearly indicated that when you have those types of winds it needs to be put in a safety mode. >> now in light of the construction boom around the city the mayor says more safety measures need to be taken. >> there's no building that is worth a person's life. >> starting today the mayor has ordered new crawler crane restrictions requiring cranes to go into safety mode depending on wind conditions. more sidewalk pedestrian protection and community notification when cranes are being secured, and the creation
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>> if we have to take strong measures to put limits on construction we will do so. >> sunday loved ones of david wichs said their goodbyes. the 38 year old killed by the impact of the crane falling on him as he walked to work. his widow rebecca spoke at his private funeral remembering the man she called her best friend. >> david, i am devastated that i have to live my life without you. it was such a true honor and a privilege to be your wife. >> now, we're told that the water is still turned off for some buildings here as this construction work wraps up. meanwhile i should tell you that that task force that the mayor put together they have been ordered to come back within 90 days with suggestions for the mayor as to what can additionally be done to make sure cranes are safe in the city. reporting live this morning, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news.
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now to a developing story trouble for a cruise ship that left cape liberty in new jersey saturday. royal caribbean's anthem of the seas hit rough seas off the north carolina coast yesterday. royal caribbean issued a statement saying anthem of the seas encountered high winds and seas during its transit to florida and in abundance of caution the captains asked all guests stay in their state room until the weather improved and passengers sent us dramatic photos and video. we'll have more in next half hour. the security council is condemning north korea for launching a long range rocket yesterday. the council is pledging significant new sanctions. north korea state media air photos of leader apparently watching the launch ignored an appeal from china and launched the rocket on the eve of the lunar new year. happening today, officer peter liang is expected to take the stand at his trial for the death. he is acused of firing his gun in a darkened stairwell in
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if convicted he faces up to 15 years in prison, families of other people killed in confrontations with police say they will attend the trial to show support for his family. new information on a violent attack in new jersey captured on video and posted on facebook. the video shows an elderly man standing on a street corner in paterson in december when a young mana approaches him, punches him in the face. police say the 16 year old boy who shot the video and encouraged the attack turned himself in over the weekend and charged with aggravated assault and endangering an injured victim. police are looking for the 17 year old boy seen throwing that punch. happening now, a water main break in newark could snarl the morning commute. it all started yesterday morning when a 16-inch main flooded market street. police say repairs are not expected to be finished until this afternoon and the water could turn to ice before then causing some additional problems. to campaign 2016 a day before the new hampshire
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a big lead the latest survey of likely republican voters gives trump 30%, but the moment the university poll shows the race for second is extremely close so ohio governor john can is following at 14% followed by marco rubio, jeb bush and ted cruz. on the democratic side bernie sanders leads hillary clinton by 10 points and last month sanders had a 14 point lead. marsha kramer is in new hampshire with live reports leading up to and following the primary tuesday. well fans of the denver broncos poured into the streets following their teams victory last night in super bowl 50. police closed roads in downtown area to allow fans to celebrate 167891 people were arrested denver won 24-10 over carolina. cbs 2 otis livingston has more from santa clara. >> reporter: you've heard the term defense with championship and last night no true words were ever spoken as the number one defense in the nfl throttled high powered panther
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and there were plenty of story state. the battle between the top seeds of football and there was cam newton against peyton manning but you have to wonder if the defenses took it personally. six turnovers combined between both defenses and broncos 5 & 0 when scoring the defensive touchdown as they went up 13-7 at the break. on to the second half panthers in unfamiliar territory, first time they've trailed in a game in the entire post season and von miller forces a second fumble of the game and set up this late td from cj anderson with three minutes left in the fourth, peyton manning didn't have a touchdown pass but this two point conversion made it a 14 point game for the broncos who win super bowl 5024-10 final von miller wins super bowl mvp. >> just wasn't for peyton, we've got a lot of guys a long list of guys deserving, demarcus went through
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he still was the same high character, great idol every day. i appreciate this, this win was for those guys. >> that's the story in from santa clara, otis livingston, cbs 2 news. gail king of cbs this morning spoke to president and mrs. obama before the big game. she asked them to play a game. >> want to play i coal this game. i love it when he? >> i love it when he holds my hand. >> i love it when she? >> i love it when she laughs. she's got a great laugh. >> the president also wrote down his super bowl prediction. it will be read later this morning on cbs this morning. >> i'm going to go out on a limb and say he didn't get it. i bet he would bet with carolina and cam. time is 4:39 still ahead. the topic buzzing on social media that had nothing to do with the super bowl. also amid the tragedy an amazing story of hope from the deadly earthquake in taiwan
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a little boy from new jersey makes his television debut in front of about 100 million people. the talented kid who scored a spot in a super bowl commercial. i like that. you've got some challenging weather today. snow is back for parts of the area and then cold winds by the end of the week brutally cold but not much snow for the first half?
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coming up. , at the vatican pope francis sent out his best wishes for the lunar new year. it enters the year of the monkey traditional bell ringing welcomed the holiday inn beijing followed by a giant fire work show and also known as the spring festival is considered the most important holiday inn the chin ease calendar. for the first time new york city school children are off for the holidays. students observing lunar new year were always allowed to take the day off but this year it joined the list of official holidays.
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school students are of asian descent. time is 4:42 time for traffic and weather on the 2s john good morning. >> good morning chris the colors are gold, blue and white, kind of cheated with the broncos so i'm kind of in the ballpark but happy new year to all. want to check win our weather watch turpitudes first off let's head out to the island. right now john smoltz still waiting for the snow, but winds gusting to about 20 miles an hour so watch for falling branches and debris and again you're dealing with more residual impact from the storm last friday, for suffolk into parts of nassau county. this is interesting 37 from green in north plainfield field and a reminder remember the blizzard of 78 that 5-7 period in february that crippled our area? so yeah, some fun there. les wants to remind everybody it's fashion all potato lovers day and these series of pictures from charlie. i mean, he got these two bald eagles protecting their area
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using a nikon now but we always appreciate those views as well. now let's take a look at this storm and set it up with the numbers. numbers are very important with wind and temperature and in the city right now it's a wait and see game. partly cloudy and wind out of the east at 25 miles an hour, 38 degrees for your temperature, 30-38 the spread in the area. these numbers actually a little warmer with those insulating clouds. gust of wind already over 30 miles an hour for parts of the island. wind will be another feature today. here it is now just starting to flirt with parts of a little bit of mixed precipitation roll in. there's a lot of available moisture with this very vigorous storm and we're going to see it back up into our area. timing it out between now and say 7:00, that's when we'll see some snow in the atmosphere, snow hitting the ground but not sticking through the city and out to long island and then it
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get some banding and it starts to fill inbetween now and 9:00 and then starts to wrap up but again starts snowing sooner and lasts longer for parts of the island and then you'll see a few more flurries fill in for your tuesday, so it's round one and round two. busiest period is today for long island. if you're on the island right now and need to go here or there, here to help is alex denis. >> thank you, john. already changes for you due to friday's crane collapse we're still following closures on worth street between hudson and church streets also southbound west broadway is closed south of canal street. there's also restrictions at the holland tunnel is traffic isn't allowed downtown as you exit the tunnel on the manhattan side. no word yet on when the streets will reopen but we of course will continue to watch this closely. mass transit everything is on or close to schedule if you take metro north pass trains, new jersey transit and lirr. alternate side parking is suspended for the asian new year meter rules are still in effect and be safe don't text
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if you're just waking up here is a quick look at the stories making news. pie juan media reports two survivors were pulled from a toppled high rise apartment building two days after a powerful magnitude 6.4 earth quake. three dozen people were killed and it's believed more than 100 people are still buried but rescuers report signs of life. governor cuomo is ordering a state investigation after an apparent overflow at the indian point nuclear plant spilled radioactive water into an underground monitoring well. the contamination has been contained to the site. officials at the plant report the spill on friday. master builder john tishman died over the weekend at his home in bedford, new york. his construction transformed the sky lines of new york, chicago, detroit and los angeles, he was 90 years old. for many viewers the best part of the super bowl is the commercials and for one talented boy from new jersey a single one minute spot was so far the highlight of his young
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cbs 2 explains. : an adorable nfl ad starring so-called super bowl babies born nine months after their hometown teams won the big game. and one of those talented kids representing the 2008 super bowl champion new york giants isseven-year-old messiah campbell of paterson, new jersey. still wearing giants hat from the ad and says there's one main reason he was chosen at an audition last month. >> because my mohawk i think. >> the young stars mom says her son always wanted to be in show business. >> about two years old he asked us if he could be on tv. i want to be on tv that's all he used to say. it's just amazing i'm so proud of him. >> and now he's singing his heart out along with super star seal during half time commercials for an estimated 100 million viewers worldwide.
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is he a super bowl baby? >> he is not. he was just an actor. >> he is a first grader at the ed card willpatrick elementary school in paterson and he has one simple piece of advice for any other kids who might want to try their hand at acting. >> i say get a mohawk like me. >> being a talented singer with a million dollar smile and an agent doesn't hurt either. in paterson new jersey, cbs 2 news. >> that little odell beckhamlook is working for him. lady gaga kicked off a wonderful performance with the national anthem. the pop star received rave reviews for the star spangled banner. two hours later beyonce, bruno
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uptown funk to the half time show. and beyonce apparently encountered a little bit of trouble when dancing to her new song formation and she almost lost her balance but quickly recovered, incredible. cold play rounded out the show and this years show ended with fireworks and the words believe in love spelled out in the crowd. that's for sure. >> and she made the save in those heals. way to go beyonce. every year just amazing. >> she should just be signed every season and paying homage to michael jackson too. 4:49 still to come the new star wars level hit this past weekend. and every chipotle restaurant in the country is closing for several hours today. we are going to tell you why. we'll get another check of your traffic and weather on the 2s next.
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morning.
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futures are lower ahead of the market open. last week the dow lost 250 points between monday and friday and on friday the dow fell by 211 points nasdac dropped by 146 and s & p 500 lost 35. better not plan on lunch at chipotle today. the chain is closing every one of its locations for four hours today for a food safety meeting the move comes after an e-coli outbreak affecting some locations last year. at the meeting employees will go over an updated food safety program implemented by the chain in january. chipotle restaurants will be closed from around 11-3:00 this afternoon. if you think your broken smartphone is worthless think again. the blog 9-5 reports and open will soon pay for broken iphones. apple's current iphone trade in program already gives customers who trade in their old model phone credit toward the purchase of a new model. the blog says apple homes the program will encourage people to upgrade their phones instead of paying to replace a broken screen. time now 4:52 time for traffic and weather on the 2s
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on the way. >> snow is back in the forecast the next couple of days bigger numbers east for the storm trending today and colder through the end of the week. brutally cold. like we could see some pipes busting it's that cold by the end of the week. so your event today again in the city, maybe an inch, trace to two just north and west, bigger numbers that's well to the east, so watch out for that. that's storm number one and then there's another system a weaker one that comes on board tomorrow already a little bit starting to fill in for the south for lots of available moisture with this, but we're going to see the higher totals to the east and then here comes another system that will clip more of the area with snow tuesday afternoon. but it's monday morning right now so let's get you there with alex. >> john it's already busy iftraveling lyndon there's an accident with an overturned truck. it's in the truck lanes at exit 13 so take the car lanes
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street is closed between chambers and fillmore streets due to a large water main break. a live look at one of our hundreds of cameras in queens grand central parkway moving well in both directions as you make your way westbound past laguardia airport and into the city, alternate side is suspended for the asian lunar new year, meter rules are still in effect and be safe don't text and drive. alex thank you so much. a cbs drama is trending on social media for the big announcement made last night after seven years, this will be the last season of the good wife star. the finale will air sunday, may 8. cbs announced the series end during last nights super bowl. you can watch the good wife sundays at 9:00 on cbs 2. well, who would want to be intentionally abducted? believe it or not people pay big money to have this happen to them, attacks, stuffed in trunks and held for ransom. >> they're restrained maybe handcuffed to a pipe, duct
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>> it's all part of what's become a bizarre fascination with kidnapping as entertainment tonight at 11, cbs 2 goes inside extreme kidnapping the game. in our next half hour, police in queens looking for the suspects behind a scary attack on a jogger. also the first primary of the presidential race begins in a little more than 24 hours from now. what the candidates have been doing to get an edge. it didn't come close to top of the box office this weekend but the new star wars movie hit a major milestone.
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morning. star wars the force awakens entered a galaxy occupied by few others and now made $2 billion worldwide and only the third film to hit that milestone along with titanic and avatar. meanwhile kung fu pands a
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the theatre this weekend the animated marshall arts film brought in $20 million and star wars and the choice round out the top five at the box office. so we've got snow today john. >> for long island it's going to be nasty today and then it's going to be very cold by the end of the week single digit morning lows for parts of the area. >> very active. >> a lot of changes in new jersey already, not weather related but we'll have those coming up. 4:58 still ahead the latest on the efforts to get traffic moving again in lower manhattan after the crane collapse and new safety measures that begin today. new at 5 a rough ride for hundreds of cruise passengers, what the coast guard is saying this morning about the turbulent seas of the ship from new jersey sailed into. the party is on in denver. peyton and the broncos win the super bowl and we've got highlights and reaction. and what is brewing in the suburbs the growing trend of craft beers made right in our own backyard, cbs 2 news this
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it's 5:00, 38 degrees on this monday morning, february 8 there is another winter storm making its way into the tri- state area in some parts of long island could see six inches of snow or more. >> but we are saying congratulations to the denver broncos on the empire state
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>> i'm mary calvi. welcome to cbs 2 news we'll start with the weather this morning and let you know what to expect and when. >> john elliott is up first with eye on the storm coverage for us this morning, john? >> was great to drive into the city and see the empire state building just spectacular. in the city we're just waiting. we're waiting for that snow already seeing precipitation for parts of the island. partly cloudy and 38 right now actually a little warmer than yesterday. numbers are key here because even when the snow starts to fall it's going to melt on impact for the roadway but elevated surfaces grassy surfaces sidewalks slick en up quickly wind out of the east and changing and gusty wind up to 25 miles an hour. where is the snow right now? well it's part of a system that is flirting with ocean county and also into parts of suffolk county well to the east. it's an organized system and that's why we're dealing with the potential for snow today. there's a weaker system coming in on tuesday. national weather service issued a winter storm warning and
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many of us but notice north and west you won't see much of anything out of this a trace to two but 2-4 that's the city and just to the east and then the big numbers again, just like we saw last friday. well east with that 4-8 so that's later today but already busy right now alex? >> as you make your way into new jersey several changes beginning with our live drive map in lyndon there is an accident with an overturned vehicle as well as fuel spill with a lane blocked in the north bound side of the turnpike at exit 13 but if you stick with the car lanes it will be a smoother ride and also in newark market street is closed between chambers and fillmore street due to a large water main break so ferry street is your alternate as you make your way through the area. in port chester a new issue an overturned truck with a fuel spill as well has a lane blocked from eastbound 287 to the north bound new england thruway. still seeing problems in lower manhattan as well due to the crane collapse from friday. i'll have those details in a few moments but for now
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suspended for asian lunar new year and muters are still in effect and be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? to the aftermath of friday's deadly crane collapse streets in lower manhattan are still closed as the clean up continues. >> yesterday a victim of the accident was remembered as mayor deblasio announced a series of reforms to prevent future tragedies. cbs 2 janelle burrell joins us live with more. janelle? >> reporter: well chris you can see worth between hudson and church still shutdown this morning as crews work to finish the construction here since that collapse. these crews have been working throughout the weekend carefully cutting the crane into 35 pieces to preserve it as evidence. the final pieces of the nearly 600-foot crane dismantled and carted away and now the work begins investigating what went wrong. >> we do not know was this human element, was it structural, was it the equipment, was it the wind?
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being looked at as a possible factor. >> the manufacturer clearly indicated that when you have those types of winds it needs to be put into safety mode. >> in light of the construction boom around the city the mayor says more safety measures need to be taken. >> there's no building that is worth a person's life. >> starting today the mayor ordered new crawler crane restrictions requiring cranes to go into safety mode depending on wind conditions. more sidewalk pedestrian production, and community notification when cranes are being secured, and the creation of a crane safety task force. >> if we have to take strong measures to put limits on construction, we will do so. >> sunday loved ones of david wichs said their goodbyes. the 38 year old killed by the impact of the crane falling on him as he walked to work. his widow rebecca spoke at his private funeral remembering the man she called her best friend.
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i have to live my life without you. it was such a true honor and a privilege to be your wife. >> now in 90 days that newly created task force will report back to mayor deblasio to tell him whether they believe additional safety procedures need to be taken to prevent further accidents from occurring. reporting live, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> janelle thank you. happening today the rookie police officer charged in the death of a brooklyn man is scheduled to take the stage today. peter liang is acused in the death. prosecutors say he fired his gun in a dark stairwell in the building of east new york brooklyn in november of 2014. if convicted peter liang faces up to 15 years in prison and some of the other people killed in confrontations with police say they will attend the trial today to show support for his family. also today more court
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hernandez accused in the 1979 murder. the six year old vanished as he walked to a school bus stop. the first trial ended with a hung jury mistrial in may of last year. another slashing this time a woman was attacked while out for a jog in a queens park in broad daylight. less say the 19-year-old woman was jocking along the edge of laguardia landing park in jackson heights after 11:00 a.m. yesterday when a stranger slashed her across the thigh with a sharp object. neighbors are shaken by the news. >> people are home by 6:00, kids play outside and it's very safe, so to hear something like that is a little scary. >> police say the woman was treated at elmhurst hospital and looking for a suspect. new video shows an accused gunman on the streets of harlem. this man is wanted for a shooting saturday afternoon. investigators say he argued with another man before pulling a begun and shooting him in the leg. the victim was treated at the hospital and released.
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trouble for a cruise ship that left liberty in bayonne, new jersey saturday. royal caribbean's anthem of the seas hit rough weather off the north carolina coast yesterday. passengers sent us video and photos. royal caribbean issued a statement saying anthem of the seas encountered high wind and seaing during its transit to port can florida and in abundance the captain asked all guests to stay in their state rooms until weather improved. new jersey lawmakers want tougher legislation to protect the water supply in the wake of the contaminated water crisis in flint, michigan, senators will meet today to call on new jersey as well as other states to invest more money into protecting our water systems nationwide. governor cuomo is ordering a state investigation after an apparent overflow at the indian point nuclear power plant spilled radioactive water into an underground monitoring well. governor cuomo calls it unacceptable and officials say
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threat to public safety. they reported the accident on friday. well, the number one denver broncos defense kept the carolina panthers under wraps to win super bowl 50 last night. the broncos scoring defensive touchdown in the first quarter and ended the half up 13-7 in the second half a fumble set up a touchdown by cj anderson with about three minutes left in the fourth quarter. the broncos win super bowl 50 by a score of 24-10. >> denver. >> denver. >> [applause] >> we are leaving tomorrow. >> season tickets for 50 years. >> i've had season tickets for 50 years and this is really just been wonderful. i'm so happy for peyton manning. he deserves everything. >> von miller was name the games mvp for his two and a half sack performance last night. it is now 5:08 still to come, do you have a secret bank account you keep from your spouse if you do you aren't alone. also an arrest in
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this morning on this day after super bowl 50 monday, february 8, 5:11 right now 38 degrees. well the traditional bell ringing welcomed the lunar new year in beijing, china. the holiday also known as the spring festival is considered the single most important festival in the chinese calendar and for the first time all new york city school children have the day off for the holiday, about one sixth of the cities 1.1 million public school students are of asian decent. new york city school children have the day off for the holiday students observing lunar new year were always allowed to take the day off but this year it joined the list of official holidays. 1/6 of the cities 1.1 million public school students of are asian decent. let's get to traffic and weather on the 2s. john good morning to you. >> here is the deal lucky for the kids in the city because there's no weather concern but
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for you and we'll see that snow, the totals higher the wind will be strong too, so more of a challenge with the proximity of the low just off the coast with another system rolling on board tonight and we have coastal flooding concerns tonight and then another system coming in the middle part of the week is snow is basically in the forecast, monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday. the busiest day though is going to be today, don't you love to start your week that way in the city 38 and wind out of the east at 25 miles an hour gusty winds so 30 in waldon, 36 madison, 38 in the city but let's do the wind chill because you need to think that i've got to start dressing for the chill. we have wind chills in the 20s right now feels like 29 in madison, the wind chill in the city is 29 degrees, wind chill for the jersey shore is 27 so 39 our high, well we already hit it one of those days 40, we're close to it, yeah we won't be but boy by the end of the week we could cut that
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below your records suns up 6:59 sunsets at 5:21 more clouds than sun. you can see the system. it's just basically flirting with our area a little bit of light rain for south ocean and some mixed precipitation changing over to snow now for parts of the island. south fork absolutely, south hampton, up to orient point as well. taking awhile and that's been the history of this storm with a slow mover and powerful but a slow mover as it sits and spins and backs up a bit though and that's what we are concerned about today and then there's another system that's going to slide to the south so a better chance for heavier snow south of the city tomorrow. today just today, this is just today, a trace to two, sullivan, dutchess you may see a few flakes and that's it down to the hills of bergen you may see maybe an inch or two in the city could just be an inch but just close to the city 2-4 for parts of even queens out to nassau and the bigger totals
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we have a winter storm warning so the wind is a factor, you've got snow, so it's challenging for long island into central and eastern connecticut as well if that's where you're headed. still a chance tonight and we've got coastal flooding concerns too but then hello, low. there's another low that slides by so there's a chance for more snow tomorrow to be heavier to the south central south jersey if that's home or where you're headed on tuesday, you have a better chance foreseeing more accumulating snow so it depends on geography and timing but it is going to be a busier week. 36 snowy and windy today particularly south and east and then that chance for snow in the forecast again tomorrow and again wednesday and by friday into saturday look at these numbers, high on sunday, valentine's day only 22 single digit wind chills widespread this weekend. all right, unfortuntely there's widespread headaches this morning right alex? >> 22 john an excuse to child up.
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due to friday's crane collapse worth street remains closed between hudson and church streets also southbound west broadway is closed south of canal street. we still have restrictions at the holland tunnel so traffic is not allowed downtown as you exit the tunnel on the manhattan side no word yet on when these streets will reopen but we are watching this closely. john was talking about snow out east, the lie at terry road not seeing of those flurries yet but we are keeping a close eye on the conditions in that area. we'll let you know when that changes. alternate side parking is suspended for asian lunar new year meter rules are still in effect and do be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? another clue in the bombing of a somali passenger plane while in flight. surveillance photos shows two airport workers believed to have given an explosive laptop to a passenger who went on board. it blew up the plane but the plane wasn't high enough to have been fully pressurized which saved it from completely breaking apart. the blast sucked a male
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forced the aircraft to make an emergency landing. to campaign 2016 the republican presidential candidates are making their final pitch to new hampshire today. >> cbs 2 is in manchester with more. >> reporter: just one day before the new hampshire primary donald trump is hoping to stay ahead of his fellow republican rivals and secure a win on tuesday. >> i'm $40 million under budget and i'm number one in the polls all right? >> we're going to win new hampshire in the general election and turn this country back around. >> following a less than stellar debate performance over the weekend, marco rubio remains locked in a fierce battle for second place in the granite state, between ted cruz, jeb bush and john can would held his 101st town hall in new hampshire sunday. >> the strong finish here is essential for us and we're absolutely confident that will happen. >> i know i've got an up hill climb. >> as hillary clinton steadily closes the gap with bernie
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clinton took sanders to task for inaccurate remarks against his wife. >> when you're making a revolution you can't be too careful about the facts. >> as candidates on both sides ramp up their attacks undecided voters in new hampshire continue to weigh their options. >> it's a lot of work, there are a lot of problems and i'm trying to find the best problem solver. >> as a republican i'm looking for more in the middle conservative very rational thinker. >> voters in new hampshire are known for making a decision at the very last minute with so many still undecided the outcome in tomorrows first in the nation primary remains unclear. cbs 2 news, manchester, new hampshire. >> our political is in new hampshire with live reports leading up to and following the primary tomorrow night. there could be a secret financial world taking place in your own home. a survey for credit cards.com found your significant other
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the survey revealed 13 million americans have a bank account or credit card that their spouse or partner doesn't know about. 41% admitted to spending more than $100 without telling their partner and men are twice as likely as women to spend over $500 and keep that a secret. >> that sounds terrible. 5:19 up next highlights and reaction from the super bowl. the man of the hour, mr. peyton manning. >> [applause] >> and see what happens when james corden scored an interview with peyton manning after the super bowl. let's just say things did not go as planned. we'll get another check with your traffic and weather on the 2s next.
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morning. it was an elaborate half time show on the late late show. the only problem james was trending peyton manning come fleet with dancers, a choir, a fire breather and the shark was there too. at the time they were done what? >> [laughter] >> she was just so close. >> you want to talk to peyton too especially after winning that super bowl last night. >> now we know what happened to
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>> still performing. let's talk a little traffic and weather now 5:22 john? you got a lot going on at this one. >> kids don't put a giant balloon on your head though please don't do that. that was very funny. this isn't funny. this is sloppy we've got rain/snow mix pushing into the island as we speak. all a function of temperature, but the cold winds out and the snow will start to accumulate and then another system that comes on board could bring more snow for parts of the jersey shore on your wednesday. let's go through the advisory a winter storm warning for eastern long island winter weather advisory today until 6:00 p.m., and it's a winter storm watch tomorrow for ocean county and then don't forget sandwiched in between coastal flooding concerns tonight with those astro mom icily high tides so a lot to deal with and you're dealing with a lot behind the wheel too. >> all right john as you make your way in lyndon let's begin there with an accident with an overturned truck and fuel spill with a lane blocked on the north bound side of the
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exit 13 so stick with the car lanes instead. also in newark market street remains closed between chambers and fillmore streets due to a large water main break. alternate side parking is suspended for the asian lunar new year. meter rules are still in effect drive. chris and mary? alex thank you so much. it was a defensive battle that netted peyton manning his 200th bowl championship. >> otis livingston with more on the game and reaction from super bowl 50 in santa clara. >> well they call peyton manning the sheriff and they wondered if this would be his last radio. if so he's riding off into the sunset a winner. his second super bowl title in his hall of fame career but plenty of help from his deputies on defense. in fact the defense won the game because they were able to throttle cam newton. von miller with the big hit and jackson with the recovery in the end zone 10-0 denver after the first.
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in the second quarter jonathan stewart caps a 73-yard drive with a one yard plunge making it a 10-7 game but if you're a fan of defense you have to like what you you saw. stuart laying it down and denver recovers the fumble but five plays later peyton manning get picked up but the panthers can't take advantage, only four first downs in the half with carolina hit the brake with denver up 13-7. more of the same in the third quarter, carolina with a chance to put three on the board but keeping the score 13-7. denver wouldn't miss on their field goal attempt, took a 16-7 lead but mannings second fumble of the game with three points for carolina now 16-10 and more quarterback trouble for care auto line a. von miller gets to newton for the second time another sack fumble sets up denver inside the five and three plays later cj anderson
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two point conversion later made it 24-10 broncos and all that was left was for denver to run out the clock, peyton manning going out in style with his second super bowl title. >> i certainly knew with this defense this team would have a chance, our defense has been from the get go been nothing but awesome. being hurt, struggling early in the season wasn't a lot of fun. i was grateful to get back healthy and try to play my part these past couple weeks. >> von miller made a lot of big plays named the games mvp but he was not alone. i caught up with a couple of the defensive stars after the game. >> when you came over here i'm sure there was super bowl or bust for you and now to have it to be a reality how does it feel? >> it feels really good. i don't think the feeling hits me yet. i think it was that point where i made it. >> what about having von miller up front? >> i knew he was going to come out and he's the best passer i've ever seen.
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bowl 5024-10 over the carolina panthers. from santa clara, otis livingston, cbs 2 news. >> nothing quite like that field. >> look at him getting at of the players, pretty exciting. 5:26 still ahead, more super bowl coverage beyond say breaking the internet again plus this . the clean up continues at the scene of the deadly crane collapse and this morning, new safety procedures go into effect. we'll have a live report from the scene coming up. and this is a good one craft beer makers are moving out of the city and into your own backyard. we're going to check out what's brewing in the suburbs cbs 2
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working through the night and into the early morning at the scene of last weeks deadly crane collapse, will worth street be back open to traffic? we will have a live update coming up. but first our eye on the storm coverage for this monday, february 8. another winter storm is moving into the tri- state area. once again long island could feel the brunt of this one. good morning on this monday i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi. thanks for waking up with us. we want to get right to that forecast.
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>> it's going to be messy for long island today and then messy for jersey tomorrow and cold for everybody by the end of the week so a challenging week, let's walk through it. first off your monday, your monday starts with some well snow in parts of the area not the city right now. 38 degrees wind out of the east 16-25. wind is going to be a player today too very gusty winds. what's going on right now? well the change over under way from rain to snow starting to see snow south shore up to the north shore. they did that last week too. so the twin forks seeing that snow right now, and then it's a wait and see game. totals will not be as significant for the city north and west and then there's another system that rolls on board tomorrow between now and 6:00 a.m., snow continues to fill in. 6-11 is where we'll see the most active period, 11-2:00 the snow starts to taper off with just a few left over snow showers between 2:00 and 8:00. definitely more of an issue for long island, more of an issue for the morning commute as
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potential totals trace to just one or two for the city north and west. many neighbors north and west will just see flurries and then that's it. 2-4 right on the line the city to the east and then bigger numbers the more significant numbers 4-8 is parts of eastern long island and don't forget the wind makes those numbers feel a lot colder so the real feels will stay in the 20s for a good part of the day today. >> so this is a full on winter week. >> you know what? it is because by the end of the week, you have highs just in the 20s and wind chills in the single digits. >> that will hurt, john. >> thank you. >> let's get to the commute. >> we are already seeing changes clearly not from the weather quite yet. we know they are coming but for now in queens an accident blocking two lanes on the eastbound side of the grand central parkway at the q gardens interchange delays are back to jewel avenue so anticipate that and also in lyndon an accident with an overturned truck and fuel spill that has a lane blocked on the north bound side of the turnpike in the truck lanes at
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lanes instead. also in newark market street remains closed between chambers and fillmore streets a large water main break still under way. ferry street is your alternate through the area. alternate side parking is suspended for asian lunar new year. meter rules are still in effect be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? alex thank you. happening water main break in newark could snarl the morning commute all started yesterday morning when a 16-inch main flooded market street. police say repairs are not expected to be finished until this afternoon and the water could turn to ice before then causing additional problems. well streets in lower matt hahn an still remain closed following fridays deadly crane collapse. >> yesterday mayor deblasio announced a series of reforms to try to prevent another tragedy. cbs 2 janelle burrell reports. >> reporter: the final pieces of the nearly 600-foot crane dismantled and carted away. now the work begins investigating what went wrong.
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human element, was it structural, was it the equipment was it the wind? >> friday's windy snowy weather factor. >> the manufacture clearly indicated that when you have those types of winds that it needs to be put into a safety mode. >> now in light of the construction boom around the city the mayor says more safety measures need to be taken. >> there's no building that is worth a person's life. >> starting today the mayor has ordered new crawler crane restrictions requiring cranes to go into safety mode depending on wind conditions. more sidewalk pedestrian protection and community notification when cranes are being secured and the creation of a crane safety task force. >> if we have to take strong measures to put limits on construction, we will do so. >> sunday loved ones of david wichs said their goodbyes. the 38 year old killed by the impact of the crane falling on him as he walked to work. his widow rebecca spoke at his
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man she called her best friend. >> david, i am devastated that i have to live my life without you. it was such a true honor and a privilege to be your wife. new information on a violent attack in new jersey. captured on video and posted on facebook the video shows an elderly man standing on a street corner in december when a young mana approaches and punches him in the face . the 16 year old boy who shot the video turned himself in over the weekend. he's being charged with aggravated assault and endangering an injured victim. police are still looking for the 17 year old boy who was seen in the video throwing the punch. more survivors pulled from the rubble following the weekend earthquake in taiwan. reports say two people were pulled alive from a toppled high rise building this morning it's believed more than 100 people are still buried. rescuers say there are signs of life at least 36 people were killed in the magnitude 6.4
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ordered an investigation into the collapse of the high rise, tin cans appear today have been used as construction fillers in the beams. the security council is condemn north korea for launching a long range rocket. north korea claims it launched a satellite yesterday but it was a missle task conducted in sanctions and just weeks after a nuclear bomb test north korean state media aired photos of the leader apparently watching the launch. the u-n security council is pledging significant new sanctions. more than 100 million people watched last nights super bowl. >> but it wasn't all about the game. cbs 2 brian web tells us it's the commercials that have many people buzzing them today. >> reporter: the first votes are in for this years best and worst super bowl commercials seen by millions around the world. at the top of the list? hundai's first day spot starring commedian kevin heart
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today's ad meter. it was followed by a heinz commercial with weiner dogs running toward mustard and ketchup to the tune of a sappy 1970s love song and then an ultrasound baby who can't wait to get its hands on some doritos. a 30 second super bowl spot in 2016 fetched up to $5 million. the average cost of an ad over the last 10 years has increased by 75%. >> it's a point in tv so it the one-time that sort of everybody in america is watching. >> rounding out the top five vote getting spots for super bowl 50, the trench coat wearing door it o dogs and hundai's commercials starring actor ryan reynolds and this year advertising executives played it safe shying away from the outrageous or controversial. one commercial that resonated
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from audi featuring a retired astronaut and a song star man from recently deceased david bowie. brian web for cbs news. >> definitely no controversial ads for sure. did you, i mean i said to you this morning the star man was the one that i personally liked. >> i did laugh outloud with the weiner dog with the ketchup and mustard so i guessed that. >> [laughter] it is now 5:38 up next beyonce bounds back at the half time show and the big announce am that crashed her website. plus quitting smoking could be as easy as tapping your smartphone. we'll reveal results in a new study. your late show is kind of new. >> yes. >> and you don't really have an animal expert yet. >> what was will ferrell up to on a special super bowl addition of the late show with steven colbert. you can connect with us during the show and all morning long we just posted and update on facebook and you can follow
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we'll talk back. good morning as we welcome you back on this monday the eighth of february some snow moving in to the area, it is 38 degrees right now, 5:41. proving once again that she is queen beyonce did not miss a beat when she almost fell during her super bowl half time performance i don't know if you noticed that slip up there a little extra hop she was back
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mars while singing her newly released song formation and minutes after leaving the stage the singer announced her new world tour. amazing the timing of this which drove so many fans to her website that the website crashed. the tour kicks off in miami on april 27th and she will be here at citi field on june 7. tickets go on sale tuesday, john don't step on this i know you're excited about it let me- - >> it's so funny she remembered it just then to announce her world tour. i mean good for her that kind of did i just thought of something. all right so here is the deal. after a super sunday, it could be a challenging monday out here on the island still waiting for more snow to fill in tom is talking about the wind. wind is going to be an issue for long island so you'll have visibility impacts you'll have wind chill impacts in addition to the snow, i thought this was kind of interesting too, from charlie he's got 32 in montgomery and says this is so
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again, you're not going to see a lot of snow today either but walter is looking forward to spring training with the mets so there's something to look forward to in the city right now, we're waiting for some snow to fill in it's going to be more active in the afternoon, also sherry is saying three blizzards this week? well no. there are three systems this week, blizzard conditions may roll in later this afternoon for parts of the island just that possibility of snow, the wind is a menace but then we see that cold wind actually driving the wind chills into end. cloudy and 38 right now wind out of the east at 25. numbers around the area 30 in otisville the cool spot on the map and throw in the wind and you have wind chills at 22 the wind chill in the city is all the way down to 29, 29 in bronx even for the jersey shore feels like 27 in bricks so wind chills 15-25 maybe 30 for the
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snow and blowing wind, well that's redundant but blowing snow 20-25 north and west so you've got to dress for the chill but watch out for the white weather we're seeing that change over now for more of suffolk county and that's the case during the next few hours. the timing is difficult for commuters this morning and we'll start seeing that snow stick. first to grassy and elevated surfaces and then roadways later and then another system that comes on board tomorrow so there's new guidance this morning that as this dies to the south we could add to the totals for parts of central and south jersey so that's the issue tomorrow, between now and between 7:00 and 9:00 we start to see that snow fill in. some of the models are realing it in a little closer between 7:00 and 8:00 we'll see a little bit of snow fill in and then a few bands to the west. this may be a little aggressive but we do anticipate some of this banding for parts of suffolk to add to your totals
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foot and then it wraps up during the course of the afternoon a few more flurries fill in tonight so remember tax roadways will be slick and then we have that next system coming on borderly tomorrow morning and then we could see more snow fill in to the south. i don't think some of the models are picking up on that yet that would be tomorrow night for parts of south jersey. don't forget though as we speak about the coast, we have flood warnings and advisories tonight into tuesday, with those high tides so you've got a lot to deal with over the next few days and then very cold by the weekend so yeah, busy. do we node a scorecard for the traffic, alex? >> unfortuntely that's the case this morning john in the bronx let's begin with an accident blocking two eastbound lanes on the bronx river parkway. it's on white plains road with delays back to the expressway so money for that lengthy delay there due to friday's crane collapse as well, worth street remains closed between hudson and church votes also southbound west broadway is
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and still seeing restrictions at the holland tunnel so traffic is now not allowed downtown as you exit the tunnel on the man hit an side no word yet on when the street will reopen. we are watching it closely and let you know when we get information in the meantime in queens an accident blocking two lanes on the eastbound side at the grand central parkway delays are back to jewel avenue. alternate side parking is suspended for asian lunar new year and be safe don't text and drive chris and mary? alex thank you. on monday watch a mixed jobs report leads to a wall street and have gas prices fallen as low as they can go? >> cbs 2 jill wagner is live at the new york stock exchange with more. jill good morning. >> reporter: good morning chris and mary. we'll see if wall street can do an about-face, the dow fell 211 points, nasdac dropped 146 or 3%. most major asian markets are closed for the lunar new year. friday's job report was mixed the unemployment rate fell to
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hiring slowed down though investors are trying to figure out whether friday's report makes it more or less likely the federal raise interest rates in march. well gas prices continued to fall and triple ease a says the gas price is 1.74 and in new york it's above the $2 mark but prices could head higher. refineries do maintenance so triple a says that leads to $0.70 increases at the pump from february to june. and for the first time ever, apple is letting iphone owners trade in damaged phones with cracked screens and broken buttons and will credit users up to $250. the company is looking to get more people to upgrade as iphone sales slowed down for the first time. chris and mary? >> my phone looked like that last week. >> yes. for like six months. >> it was a long time. >> jill thank you. rev elers ran for cover when gun shots rank out at a
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punxsutawney phil last night. luckily nobody was hurt. police say the suspect escaped into the ground and is still at large. they did recover a handgun nearby. who would want to be intentionally abducted? well believe it or not people are paying big money to have this happen to them. attacked stuffed in trunks and held for ransom. >> they are restrained maybe handcuffed to a pipe or duct taped up and thrown in a closet. >> it's all a part of what's become a bizarre fascination with kidnapping as entertainment. tonight coming up at 11 cbs 2 goes inside extreme kidnapping the game. in this mornings health watch the effectiveness of phone base versus web base quit smoking programs. a new study finds smokers using phone programs to kick the habit l are more successful than those who get help on the internet . the study conducted by federal health researchers track 30 day success rates in four states. the time is 5:48 up next will ferrell's animal antics on
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late show of steven colbert. brewing in the burbs, our cameras behind the scenes of the craft brew business. first the cbs 2 morning score board peyton hang and the broncos win super bowl 5024-10 over the panthers, von miller the mvp. the knicks losing streak now five games nuggets win it 101- 96 and islanders beat up on the oilers by a final of 8-1. we see cancer in many different ways. as an intruder a time bomb a monster but our bodies often don't recognize cancer at all a special kind of cell called the t-cell usually attacks and destroys intruders.
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so it can sneak right past our defenses. now, we're developing new treatments to turn our t-cells back on. to recognize cancer for what it is and destroy it. it's an approach called immunotherapy research by columbia and weill cornell has enabled new york presbyterian to use immunotherapy successfully to treat melanoma, lung, kidney and colon cancers. we're even looking into creating a vaccine to prevent cancer from striking in the first place. that's amazing. and it's happening right here at new york presbyterian [ male announcer ] ten years after you quit smoking your risk of dying from lung cancer is about half that of a smoker. but right now... ...you're one cigarette closer to cancer. every cigarette makes you sick.
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>> this is kayak. >> [laughter] >> this is a bush tiger. >> [laughter] >> actor will ferrell said the one thing that steven colbert needed on the late show was a resident animal expert so he decided to take the job in addition to that tiger that looked more like a guinea pig he brought milan which he claimed was a money ongoose and while it looked like a duck he said he was holding a duck bodied platteapuss. 5:52 traffic and weather on the 2s. >> i had a pet duck. they can be a little messy so i had everything worked out. here is how the weather is working out with a big coastal low that's now backing into our area starting to see snowfall now grassy elevated is surfaces that will stick quickly and then roads it takes awhile but it will get slushy and then see the potential for over half a foot of snow that's why it's a winter storm warning for central and eastern connecticut. winter weather advisory for the
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county north and west no advisories because we don't anticipate much snow. winter storm watch tomorrow with another system coming on board for south jersey and then don't forget it's a coastal flood warning and advisory due to the high tide tonight so a busy day that's already a busy commute right alex? >> we have changes for you john as you make your way through the area let's begin with a live look outside in the bronx checking back in on this accident blocking two eastbound lanes on the cross bronx, excuse me on the bronx river parkway at white plains road delays are back to the sheridan expressway but going through the area we had stand still traffic moving a little better than the last time we checked in and lyndon there's an accident with an overturned truck and fuel spill and it has a lane blocked on the north bound side of the turnpike and in the truck lanes at exit 13. you'll want to stick with the car lanes instead. also in newark market street is closed between chambers and fillmore streets due to a large water main break still under way crews are out there so stick with ferry street as an alternate. alternate side parking is
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new year but meter rules are still in effect be safe and don't text and drive. beer lovers don't have to travel far to find delicious locally made brews. >> independent beer companies are popping up all over not just in the city. cbs 2 andrea grymes shows us what's brewing in the suburbs. >> reporter: from new jersey to long island to westchester the suburbs are booming when it comes to the business of craft beer. >> we've been open here for about a year and i think we've done about 47 different styles. >> at yonkers brewing company on main street-- >> this allows us to take a nice sample of it. >> you're looking at a belgium summer blonde. >> oh, wow. >> it's a nice tropical fruit we're using >> it's just one of the latest blends in the making at the brewery behind their restaurant. >> every day something new it's always a bit of an adventure.
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natives have definitely noticed the increased popularity. >> it's a variety. you get different tastes. >> of drinking craft, or smaller batch independent brews compared to big commercial beers. >> millenials are now this is their beer of choice. it's something that they go out and they drink a craft beer. they drink a local beer. they want to know what's local. >> the new york state brewers association says the number of empire state breweries jumped from 95 in 2012 to about 240 today. in new jersey the garden state craft brewers guild says there are about 43 and another 40 expected to open in the next two years. >> how much grain do you go through? >> a lot. >> new jersey beer company in north bergen was the first craft brewery to open in hudson county. chairman paul silverman. >> to have this in the suburbs is fun for people to do. it's an activity and it's something for people to be
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drinking is from new jersey. >> 900 different establishments sold new jersey beer companies beer last year. all of it made right here all of it by these two brewers behind me. >> oh, it's fantastic. you get a great dealing when you'll see your beer out there and people drinking it and enjoying it. >> they believe the taste and carefully selected ingredients keep people coming back for craft. helping to prove why the taps in our area don't seem to be drying up any time soon. andrea grymes, cbs 2 news. >> great to see that. >> you have no idea. >> nicely done. >> they say it's a real distinct flavor depending on which brew you drink. >> apparently chris needs a beer that's a place i'd love to work. if they are looking for part time help? but between the craft breweries and wineries in new york state? >> it's really explode and been exciting to see. 5:56 still ahead live on long island as residents brace for another round of snow out
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also a live report from worth street where crews have been working to reopen that stretch of the road. plus internet secrets exposed criminals and tear others lurking a click away. we explore the dark web. and the broncos are the winners of super bowl 50 we'll
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it tbeer it tfi. we're approaching 6:00, 38 degrees on this monday, february 8, and another winter storm is moving into the tri- state area and it looks like long island could get hit hard, again. good morning i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge. we'll have team coverage of the winter storm in just a moment but first here is your morning news to go. there's no building that is worth a person's life. >> new developments at the site of friday's deadly crane collapse. mayor deblasio announcing ale series of reforms to prevent another tragedy like this one all this comes as crews work through the night in an attempt to reopen worth street, will it be successful? we'll have a live update. trouble on the high seas for a cruise ship that left cape liberty in bayonne, new jersey the ship hit rough seas off the coast of north carolina
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stay in their state rooms until the weather improved and what royal caribbean and the coast guard said when we reached out. it's somewhat what the name implies, everything you'd find and think about in the dark and shadows. >> we're talking about the dark web this morning the dark side of the internet exposed, identity theft and murder for hire criminals are just a click away coming up why it is so hard to catch them. that's rightist the start of the lunar new year what's considered the single most important festival in the chinese calendar and for the first time all new york city school children have the day off for the holiday. the denver broncos have taken super bowl 50. >> the broncos the winner of super bowl 50 but the big game
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>> elton john goes for a ride with james corden on a special super bowl edition of the late late show. what he he revealed about this wardrobe choices. >> it was a mom tone see the two of them but first our eye on the storm coverage as we told you off the top another winter storm is moving into the tri-state area. >> we are live with team coverage this morning dianne is on long island, alex denis watching the roads but first let's get over to john elliott whose tracking the storm. >> dianne will see the snow before we will in the city. unfortuntely same scenario the proximity to the low for the island where you'll see more significant totals and stronger winds. so watch out for that. that will impact visibility and that will also start to slow you down and keep you colder, wind chills this afternoon for many in the 20s, 38 with an east wind at 25. this is the composite radar for our area a little bit of wet weather for ocean county but the focus again, the white
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snow and you're starting to see a little hint of heavier snow into parts of suffolk county so that's around the hamptons and then that's on and off you'll see banding during the course of the day that will contribute to your higher totals and another system tomorrow that focuses on south jersey but that could affect parts of central jersey as well even ocean county so between now and 11:00 we see more snow filling in 11-2:00 it starts to taper afternoon commute you're going to see left over snow showers and then another system tomorrow left over flurries wednesday into thursday so it's a busy winter weather week and even with the absence of the snow in and around the city a lot of stuff slowing you down on the roads right alex? >> it troubles me john because that means coupled with the weather rolling into the area we'll have a rough commute but let's begin in lyndon where we have an accident with an
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with a lane blocked in the north bound side of the turnpike in the truck lanes at exit 13 but in the car lanes will be a smoother ride and in newark market street closed between chambers and fillfor street due to a large water main break. stick with ferry street. subway issues due to signal problems southbound, a, c, b, and d trains are running with delays and we have problems in lower money hit an due to friday's crane collapse and i'll have that coming up but for now alternated side parking is suspended for asian lunar new year. meter rules are still in effect and be safe don't text and drive . chris and mary back to you let's head out to long island where residents are brace for another round of snow. >> expected to get hit particularly hard cbs 2 dianne is live in lyndonhurst this morning dianne? >> reporter: mary winter storm warning is in effect for this area and the department of public works at babylon is busy preparing for all of that.
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behind us and visible empty parking spots like this one because many of the trucks have already hit the road to pre- treat the roads for what they expect to be very dangerous driving conditions. i have the department of public works foreman here to tell us a little bit about those preparations thanks so much for taking time to talk to us. i know you're busy. tell us about what goes into all of this. >> yesterday at 4:30 we were notified to report to work at 3:00 a.m. for prepatory causes. we came in early got salt on our trucks, we also got some of the trucks needed work done on them from friday, plow blades need changed so all that was going on from 3:00 this morning until now. we got 80% of the fleet out, got more people coming into put out the rest of the equipment about 100 people right now are working. >> and they are looking at roughly 2-4 inches with very heavy wet snow, you're still dealing with stuff from that from friday. how challenging is this? >> well it becomes challenging
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on friday we ran into a lot of problems with trees down across the road, limbs and wires are hanging low so we can't plow those streets so if the snow hasn't gotten off those tree limbs now and this added weight we'll have the same problem. >> thanks so much for your hard work and for talking to us. also chris and mary want to mention roughly 20 school closing in this area. we have more information about that on our web site at cbsnew york.com and dangerous driving conditions so the advice is to be very careful or stay off the roads if they can. live on long island, cbs 2 news. now to the aftermath of friday's deadly crane collapse. some streets in lower manhattan are still closed as that clean up continues. >> mayor deblasio announced a series of reforms to prevent future tragedies. cbs 2 janelle burrell joins us live with more this morning. janelle? >> reporter: chris those new procedures take effect this morning. meanwhile we are here on worth street where that crane collapsed you can see all of it
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worth is still shutdown between church and hudson street as the
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his widow rebecca spoke at his private funeral. >> david, i am devastated that i have to live my life without you. >> now back live that work continues here on worth, we're told at last check that water is still turned off to some of the buildings here as those repairs are made. meanwhile that's where the mayor's task force they have been ordered to get back to him within the next 90 days to recommend whether any additional safety procedures need to be enacted. reporting live this morning, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> thank you. switching gears now fans of the denver broncos savoring their victory in super bowl 50 last night. >> c b 2 otis livingston has a wrap up of the big game from santa clara, california. >> you've heard the term defense wins championship and last night no truer words were ever spoken as the number one defense in the nfl throttled the high powered panther
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and there were plenty of story lines coming out of the golden gate in the golden state . it was a battle between the top seeds of football, and of course there was cam newton against peyton manning but you've got to wonder if the defenses took it personally. six turnovers combined between both defenses and broncos by the way 5 & 0 this year when scoring a defensive touchdown which they did in the first quarter as they went up 13-7 at the break and on to the second half panthers in unfamiliar territory, first time they've trailed in a game in the entire post season and we got problems. von miller forces a second fumble of the game and set up this late td from cj anderson with three minutes left in the fourth peyton manning didn't have a touchdown pass but the two point conversion made it a 14 point game for the broncos who win super bowl 50 24-10 final von miller wins super bowl mvp. >> it just wasn't for peyton. we've got a long list of guys deserving. demarcus went through just about everything you could
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same high character, great idol every single day and i really appreciate those guys. this win was for those guys. >> that's the store prix levi stadium in santa clara, otis livingston, cbs 2 news. >> defense does win championships and it did last night. time is 6:09 up next the final push for votes in new amp sure ahead of the nations first primary. also ahead a woman attacked as she was jogging in a queens
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at 6:12 let's get you over to traffic and weather on the 2s with this snow and then the cold. >> it's going to be a busy winter weather week. so let's check in with some of our weather watchers to the north and west 20s absolutely and commemorating the great blizzard of 78 but daniel has got 33 in greenwood lake and a happy chinese new year and shout out to all of the past and present boy scouts on boy scout anniversary day founded on this day in 1910 and you're not going to see much snow up here initially. i think you'll see a little bit of snow fill in and i had a question from way down south from john, 39 and he asked us do you see any measurable snow for the jersey shore today, not so much. tomorrow potentially, yeah, ocean county you're under a
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in tomorrow that next system could bring you measurable snow. some models three to four inches snow tomorrow for the jersey shore so there's a lot of dynamic over the course of the next few days and i also appreciated dr. frankie saying no more waiting for peyton i like that and thanking cbs for the coverage it was dynamite coverage of the super bowl so you were watching tv yesterday. today though you need the snow brush and warm coat don't forget wind chills in the teens and 20s today and boots for long island just good shoes north and west as you'll be dealing with flurries in the city right now dealing with 38 clouds wind out of the east at 21 miles an hour around the area, your numbers averaging in the mid to upper 30s, the exception where you'll see snow and wind right now but with the wind you'll have wind chills below freezing for the city and in the 20s already it's going to be a cold day today. trace to two north and west, some of the models bringing
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just to the its and then those more significant totals for long island where it's snowing right now brighter white, yeah it is hitting the ground and it's sticking elevated surfaces grassy surfaces roadways hanging on to the heat of yesterday, so it's just wet to start but then it changes over to slush and even accumulation there and here is our next system coming on board tomorrow, slides a bit to the south and that could serve to bring in more snow for parts of the jersey shore tomorrow. you'll have the wind, the snow filling in for the island into the city and then as it exits could even see a little banding into parts of the hudson valley and then a chance tonight with some flurries for more of the area and then potentially more coverage tomorrow but it should be light for much of the area but heavier snow possible tomorrow, ocean county in fact you're under a winter storm watch tomorrow but it's going to be difficult enough today for long island. what's going on, alex? >> john we already have changes for your morning commute. wanted to first remind you
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and how it affects your commute in manhattan. worth street remains closed between hudson and church streets also southbound west broadway closed south of canal street as well. still seeing restrictions at the holland tunnel traffic is now not allowed to exit downtown as you come into the tunnel on the manhattan side no word yet on when the streets will reopen we're following it closely to let you know when we have more information. subway changes as well due to signal problems southbound a, b, c, and d trains are running with delays alternate side parking is suspended for asian lunar new year meeter rules are in effect and do be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? alex thank you. another slashing this time a woman was attacked while out for a jog in a queens park. >> cbs 2 valerie castro spoke to people in jackson heights shaken by the assaults. >> it's very shocking very shocking. >> a stunned queens resident reacts to news of yet another slashing in the city this time in her own jackson heights neighborhood the latest
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laguardia landing lights park near the corner of 25th an ever avenue and 80th street. >> in the middle of the day on sunday afternoon right by a church. >> police say the victim a 19- year-old woman was jogging when a stranger slashed her across the thigh with a sharp object. >> people are home by 6:00, you know kids play outside and it's very safe, so to hear is something like that is a little scary. >> valerie castro reporting police say the woman was treated at elmhurst hospital and looking for the suspect still. happening today the rookie police officer charged in the death of a brooklyn man is scheduled to take the stand. of ther peter had is acused in the death. prosecutors say he fired his gun in a dark stairwell of a building in east new york brooklyn in november of 2014 killing girlie. if convicted peter liang faces up to 15 years in prison and families of other people killed in confrontations with police say they will attend the trial today to show support for the family. two airport workers are
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connection with the blasts that almost brought down a somali commercial airliner. surveillance footage shows the two on the right side of the screen believe today have given an explosive laptop to a passenger who went on board blew up on the plane but it wasn't high enough to have been fully pressurized which saved it from completely breaking apart. the blast sucked a male passenger out of the plain. now to campaign 2016 a day before the new hampshire primary donald trump maintains a big lead of the latest survey of likely republican voter gives trump 30% in new hampshire but the monmouth university poll shows the race for second place close, ohio governor is pulling in at 14% followed by marco rubio, jeb bush and ted cruz. on the democratic side bernie sanders loads hillary clinton by 10 points last month sanders had a 14 point lead. our political reporter marsha kramer is in new hampshire with live reports leading up to and following the primary tuesday night. the time is 6:18 secret
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she was great last night. lady gaga kicked off super bowl 50 with the powerful performance of the national anthem the pop star receiving rave reviews for her rendition of the star spangled banner with many people saying they didn't realize she could sing like that. i will say that it's funny a lot of people don't rollize just what a great voice she really has. with all of the different bells and whistles she's so good. after nailing her vocal performance mother monster showed off her dance moves while enjoying the half time show in a much more casual outfit. there she goes. lady gaga. >> she kept those great red, white and blue shows on. >> we were talking about her outfit. >> the voice was amazing, she
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>> do you want to know what was nice? i'm at a big party last night, cbs fmhad has this big party we all stopped everybody stood up and everybody watched it, i mean it was really a nice moment. and then the flyover? >> perfectly timed. >> it was great. >> the blue angels. >> love it. so here is the deal we are definitely changing our tune today with this system bringing in the chill, we've got wind chills today 20-25 on average for much of the area, even colder today east and that's where we will see more significant snow, 2-4 for the city just to the east, bigger totals for parts of long island and you're going to see some snow fill in later today a winter storm warning though because you have the accumulating snow and gusty winds for suffolk county winter weather advisory for more of the area, middlesex monmouth and an advisory elsewhere with the high tide with the new moon and tomorrow it's a new storm
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for the jersey shore and after that there's more snow and then after that, this weekend, i mean it is going to be cold. >> okay. thank you, john. let's get to the commute these morning how we doing so far this monday? >> i guess it's not the case if traveling this morning here is a live look outside in queens there is an accident blocking a lane on the north bound side of the van wick expressway at hillside after now. take a quick look at this delays are back to atlantic avenue slow commute through the area and not a great alternate. also in lyndon an accident with an overturned truck as well as fuel spill that has a lane blocked on the north bound side of the turnpike in the truck lanes at exit 13 stick with the car lanes instead. also in newark market street still closed between chambers and fillmore vets due to a large water main break crews are still on scene trying to repair that but stick with ferry vote. for now alternate side parking is suspended for asian long after new year. meter rules are in effect be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary?
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social media in an uproar over a cbs favorite. >> first james corden takes a ride with a music legend. alex we aren't letting you go anywhere. >> a big post super bowl show deserves a special guest for carpool karaoke and host james corden sture did get one. later sir elton john sank in shadow with corden but they brighten things up for ben it and the jets and as to the costume john was once known for wearing he said they came about because he was a terrible dancer and he says that's why he went flamboyant with his outfit hoping it would distract people from any type of moves
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>> he's such a good sport. he just did everything james i couldn't believe it. so this news last night, i know you posted this on facebook as well chris. >> i was heart broken the cbs drama is coming to an end. cbs formerly announced the end of the good wife during last nights super bowl, the finale will air sunday, may 8 and many fans were not happy, took to twitter, and rita miller wrote the good news wife is killing my super bowl buzz. counting on bay and bruno to bring it back and christie wrote "i don't care who loses super bowl now that we are all losing the good wife at the end of the season." again, the finale will air on
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2. i took to facebook and twitter i had some words. >> outrage. >> producers didn't consult with me. >> the final season when those words came up. >> it was like what? >> it's actually my favorite show so we'll see. >> have to get a new one. can i recommend bills on showtime? >> okay i'll take it up. trust you. 6:26 coming up a winter storm warning in our area, john has your forecast and we are live on long island. plus another side to the internet you don't know about online secrets exposed criminals and terrorists lurking all just a click away. trouble at sea a cruise ship that left from new jersey is now stuck in rough waters off north carolina we'll have an update. new information in a violent knockout that took place in new jersey.
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it is 6:30, 38 degrees on this monday, february 8 and we're keeping an eye on the storm moving into our area. >> a winter storm warning for parts of long island and a travel advisory issued for your morning commute. roads starting to open in lower manhattan after the deadly crane collapse last week we're live at the scene where crews have been working through the night. good morning i'm chris wragge. >> i'm mary calvi.
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with more on this winter storm hitting us, john? >> you know a lot of elements to this not a gem of a forecast. you've got the snow for long island wu wind and chill for more of the area and overall it's a cold week even colder by weeks end. in the city right now winds starting to fill in out of the east at 21 miles an hour enough moisture we'll see flakes float by soon. 38 in the city, it is already snowing for parts of the island, while east of the city brighter blue indicating that more significant snow some of that you'll see there from the north shore down in through brookhaven not hitting the ground yet evaporating in the atmosphere but it's going to fill in the process under way. that's system number one and number two really a bigger storm will bring more snow to the area tomorrow, totals won't be as great. that's the winter storm warning that chris was talking about for suffolk county winter weather advisory for the city trace to two inches for many
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but 2-4 to the east bigger totals for suffolk county. we'll talk about the next round coming in tomorrow. what's going on, alex? >> if traveling queens it's an accident blocking the lane on the north bound side of the van wick expressway at hillside avenue delays are back to atlantic avenue not a great alternate so plan accordly. also in lyndon a look at our live drive speed map an accident with an overturned truck and fuel spill, a lane is blocked in the northbound turnpike but in the truck lanes at exit 13 so if you stick with the car lanes you'll have a smoother ride and in newark market street is closed between chambers and fillmore due to a large water main break. stick with ferry street. still seeing problems in lower manhattan from friday's crane could license i'll have those details copping up alternate side parking is suspended for asian lunar new year meeter rules are still in effect be safe don't text and drive and if traveling to the airport so far everything is on or close to schedule at jfk, laguardia and newark liberty but subject
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now to more eye on the storm coverage let's head out to long island which is expected to get hit pretty hard today. dianne is live in lyndonhurst. good morning. >> reporter: chris and mary we're starting to see tiny little snow flurries expected to get much bigger as daybreak comes upon us. here at the department of works they are doing their best to prepare for what's expected to be blizzard like conditions and i want to show you what we're looking at right now. we have plows all around us you might notice this parking spot empty with many others because a lot of these plows have hit roads. we're told that's very very this storm. now the snow like i said is expected to start around daybreak and hit hardest mid morning to the early afternoon. it's expected to be very heavy wet snow so that could bring down power lines as well as challenging because the department of public works here is dealing with some down limbs, already from friday's storm i talked to the foreman
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what they're doing to try to prepare. >> we came in early, got salt on our trucks, we also got some of the trucks that needed work done on them from friday, plow blades needed changed so all that was going on from 3:00 this morning until now. we've got 80% of the fleet out, more people coming into put out the rest of the equipment. >> now even with all of that preparation he says this will make things very challenging particularly because the snow is supposed to come along with heavy winds that will make visibility very difficult for drivers, so drivers are being asked to stay off the road if they can. that foreman also asked that we relate to residents to try to get their cars off the streets if at all possible so they can keep the roadways clear as for schools, several schools are closed we have about 20 school closing now in the area and we have more information at cbs new york.com so parents can go there to see exactly what's going on with their children's school. for now try to stay off the
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the road also if you can. live in babylon, long island, cbs 2 news. we'll get back to you shortly. some streets in lower manhattan remain closed following friday's deadly crane collapse. >> yesterday mayor deblasio announced a series of reforms to prevent another tragedy. cbs 2 janelle burrell joins us live, janelle? >> reporter: well, mary that crane collapse spanned two city blocks where we are standing you can see worth between hudson and church streets still shutdown at this hour as crews continue working on making those structural repairs. now, that 565-foot crane was strategically cut into 35 pieces over the weekend and carted away as evidence in this investigation and the mayor's new safety procedures take effect this morning. the mayor has ordered new crawler crane restrictions requiring cranes to go into
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they are also requiring sidewalk pedestrian protection and community notification when cranes are being secured. lastly the mayor's also creating a new safety task force for cranes. >> if we have to take strong measures to put limits on construction, we will do so. there's no building that is worth a person's life. >> now the task force will get back to the mayor within 90 days to give any further recommendations when it comes to crane safety. at last check we can tell you that the water here or worth street between hudson and church is still turned off for some buildings as these final repairs are made but crews again still working on completing the repairs here from the crane collapse last week. reporting live this morning, janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. >> janelle thank you. now to a developing story a couple for a crew ship that left cape liberty in bayonne new jersey on saturday royal caribbean's anthem of the seas
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passengers sent us video and photos, royal caribbean issued a statement saying anthem of the seas encountered high wins andseas during its transit to florida and in caution the captain asked all guests to stay in their state rooms until the weather improved. new video shows an accused gunman on the streets of harlem. this man is want for shooting saturday afternoon on st. nicholas avenue near 114th street. investigators say he argued with another man before pulling a begun and shooting him in the leg. the victim was treated at the hospital and released. new information on a violent attack in new jersey captured on video and posted on facebook. the video shows an elderly man standing on a street corner inputtedder son when a young mana approaches and punches him in the face. the 16 year old boy who shot the video and encouraged the attack turned himself in over the weekend being charged with aggravated assault and endangering an injured victim. police are still looking for the 17 year old boy seen throwing the punch.
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broncos kept the carolina panthers under wraps to win super bowl 50 last night. the broncos scored a defensive touchdown in the first quarter and ended up 13-7 at the break in the second half a fumble right here by cam newton who was basically assaulted the entire game by this defense set up a touch done here by cj anderson with three minutes left in the fourth quarter the broncos go on to win super bowl 50, peyton gets his second super bowl championship 24-10 the final. >> denver! >> [applause] >> yes we're leaving tomorrow. >> season tickets for 50 years. >> i've had season tickets for 50 years and this is really just been wonderful i'm so happy for peyton manning. he deserves everything. >> we enjoyed that sound bite from mary sanchez we thought it would be better to hear from her than peyton manning. von miller was game most valuable player. lady gaga kicked off super
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performance of the national anthem. wow. pop star receiving rave reviews for her rendition of the star spangled banner, two hours later, beyonce, bruno mars and cold play brought uptown funk to the half time show. little trouble, oh, right there dancing, to her new song formation, really was she almost lost her balance but quickly recovered cold play rounded out the show by performing to a video of past super bowl performses this years show ended with fireworks and the words believe in love spelled out in the crowd. pretty colorful. >> good crowd participation there too because us need everybody in the crowd to help out . nice job.
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amazing story of survival. >> people pulled from the rubble two days after a massive earthquake toppled building, plus this. >> i think it's as dark as you could possibly imagine. >> the dark side of the internet exposed the criminals a click away and why it's so hard to catch them. spending secrets whose more
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family? dramatic video from taiwan as rescuers using a crane to pull a survivor from the wreckage of this high rise this morning. the building came down in saturdays earth quake a second survivor was also found it's believed more than 100 people are buried but rescuers say
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least 36 people were killed in the magnitude 6.4 quake. 6:42 some snowflakes started to fall let's get to traffic and weather on the 2s for you. >> check in with dianne and it's pretty. that left about 10 minutes. >> you just wait. >> here is the deal. we'll be, you know when it first starts to fall, roadways just going to turn wet sidewalks too but then that process under way you'll get a little slush and then see some accumulation slowing you down and by midday, so parts of the area, you're going to be dealing with a sloppy commute even this morning and in the city not so much. cloudy and 38 wind out of the east at 21. wind is going to be a factor today. we are going to see gusty winds that will impact visibility on long island but also serve to bring in colder wind chills for everybody. 38 in ridge field toms river at 37, but with the wind it feels colder than that. we've got snow already filling in this is it.
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little bit of banding out through the hamptons and then into parts of the north fork as well expand the view there is the area of low pressure that's round one. round two coming in tomorrow so yeah it's a dynamic week. now it struggles to stick, average air temperature is 34- 38 so it hits and melts but then we start to see the grassy surfaces car tops elevated benches what not get covered first but then watch those bridges and overpasses during the middle part of the day. 2-4 inches even right into the city 4-8 for parts of the island with the gusty winds as well so visibility takes the hit. trace to possibly one or two models even bring banding know parts of the hudson valley. wind chills in the teens to just the 20s and you're also dealing with the potential for some coastal flooding, a flood advisory for the jersey shore and then another system tuesday night with several additional
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going to be a busy winter weather week. busy commute right now, right alex? >> john a live look outside in queens there's an accident blocking a lane on the north bound side of the van wick expressway at hillside avenue delays unfortuntely back to atlantic avenue and not a great alternate. due to friday's cane collapse worth remains closed between hudson and church streets southbound west broadway closed south of canal street we still have restrictions at the holland tunnel as well. traffic is not allowed downtown as you exit the tunnel on the manhattan side, no word yet on when these streets will reopen. a live look to the george washington bring you are moving well a 15 minute dally at the lincoln and holland tunnels for you mass transit everything is on or close to schedule alternate side is suspended for asian long after new year meter rules still in effect and be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary? alex thank you. the majority of us live our lives on the internet but did you know there's another part of the web where untraceable sinister things are happening?
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you what's inside the dark web. >> reporter: i think it's as dark as you could possibly imagine it. >> in the deep internet, drugs are for sale. identities are bought and sold and murder for hire is there for a price. >> it's somewhat what the name implies. it's everything that you would find and you'd think about in the dark and shadows. >> cyber security expert ian marlow has seen the hidden website that stay just steps ahead of the law. >> so everything is spanning from hitmen inside trader information. >> it's an illegal, illicit marketplace all untraceable. >> everything is encrypted so it's not anything we're going to find where the people are, where they're communicating from. >> you can go into the dark web with a perfectly legal download and it hides your internet ip address and browsing trail but
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>> what we're focused on are the top vendors and the most dangerous actors that are buying and selling and trafficking contraband online. >> jay kramer is a special agent for the bureau who says staying ahead of the technology is challenging, but necessary. >> so though it does provide a level of an o him it it's not perfect so we have had some notable successes in disrupting and taking down some of these dark net markets. >> agent kramer says the dark web was initially created in the mid 1990s in part to protect whistleblowers. >> its intent was to provide a platform, a secure platform and a free platform for individuals to speak about issues that were unpopular, where they live or in areas where they may suffer retaliation or retribution. and andy greenburg agrees even in the face of all of the sorted activities preserving is still necessary.
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privacy tool in an era when surveillance is more pervasive than ever, when our lives are more and more on line when these tracking tools are on the internet. >> there could be a secret financial war of taking place in your own home. a survey for credit cards.com found your significant other could be committing financial infidelity. the survey revealed 13 million americans have a bank account or credit card that their spouse or partner doesn't know about. 41% admitted to spending more than $100 without telling their partner and men are twice as likely as women to spend over $500 and keep it a secret. there you have it. >> i'm not going to say a word. time now is 6:48. coming up a first for new york city as it celebrates the lunar new year. >> first otis livingston has this mornings sports update. >> good morning everyone. the denver broncos beat the carolina panthers 24-10 in
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gets his second title and von miller the game mvp . the knicks lost their fifth straight 101-96 to the nuggets and the islanders hammer the oilers 8-1 coming up tonight
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rangers host denver. big moment at the super bowl, beyonce performing her new song formation. she announced her new tour along with it will perform for the first time at citi field in june. she also released a video too for the song and-- >> awesome big save last night. in honor of lunar new year, facebook ceo mark zuckerberg and his wife released a video and you've never heard him quite like this before. >> she is so adorable. his wife is of chinese and vietnamese decent and their daughter max was born december 1. well and for the first time new york city school children have the day off for the holiday. students observing lunar new
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take the day off but this is the first year it's on the official holiday list. about one sixth of the cities 1.1 million public school students are of asian descent. 6:52 traffic and weather on the 2s. >> in the city we have clouds overhead and wind out of the east at 21, 38 feels like about 31. wind chills are a factor today it's a winter storm warning for suffolk county where it's snowing right now, winter weather advisory for more of the area where we'll see a couple of inches and it starts a change over wet first and then slushy and then slippery. you can see the bright indicating the banding under way right now. is some flurries will fill in and then more of us will see snow through midday and then another system bringing more accumulating snow central and south jersey tomorrow. let's get you ready for your ride today with alex. >> thank you, john. good morning everyone. some changes for you already beginning in queens an accident blocking a lane on the eastbound side of the grand central parkway. it's at the q gardens
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past jewel avenue with not a great alternate. in lyndon a crash with an overturned truck as well as a fuel spill, a lane is blocked in the north bound side of the turnpike in the truck lanes at exit 13 so if you stick with the car lanes it will be a smooth ride for you just farther north in newark market street closed between chambers and fillmore votes still a large water main break crews are on scene so stick with ferry street as an alternate. alternate side parking suspended for asian lunar new year. be safe don't text and drive. let's check in with cbs this morning charlie rose and nora o'donnell joining us with a preview. >> reporter: good morning chris and mary. it is a big morning, we have all your sir bowl coverage plus gail's o all office interview with president obama and he responds to the zika virus threat. >> also presidential candidates donald trim and marco rubio will both be with us. >> only on cbs this morning we go behind the scenes of nasa's new mission to mars and reveal
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live look outside on this monday the eighth of february. just before 7:00 here, 38 degrees here is what you need to know before you go. some streets in lower manhattan remain closed following friday's deadly crane collapse a series of reforms take effect today to prevent another tragedy a task force will get back to the mayor in 90 days with further recommendations. a rough rid for passengers on board the royal caribbean's anthem of the seas. the crew ship left bayonne new jersey saturday and hit high winds and rough seas, at last word the ship was heading to florida this morning. officer peter liang is expected to stand the stand for this trial. he was accused of firing his gun in a darkened stairwell in east brooklyn new york in november in 2014. if convicted facing up to 15 years in prison.
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tommy nateed water crisis in flint, michigan u.s. senator will meet in hackensack to call on new jersey as well as other states to invest more money into pro teching our water systems nation i. let's head over to alex denis. >> chris thank you. as you told us friday's crane collapse still affecting the streets worth street remains closed between hudson and church streets also southbound west broadway is closed south of canal street we are still seeing restrictions at the holland tunnel traffic is not allowed downtown as you exit the tunnel on the manhattan side so do anticipate that no word on when this will change alternate sides suspended today for the asian long after new year. john? >> alex it's going to be a challenging day and in particular for long island. that's where it's snowing right now and sticking and we will see accumulating snow as well. brighter white is snow. that is making it all the way to the ground, the roads still warming up just turns wet but that will change and we see that system ease to the west, we'll see accumulating snow over half a foot possible for the east end but then even a
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