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it's 4:30. 33 degrees on this wednesday, february 10th. a little snow this morning then it gets really cold the rest of the week and throughout the weekend. good morning, i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. welcome to "cbs2 news this morning." traffic and weather on the 2s in a moment. but we are going to break down the results of the new hampshire primary. as well. >> but first we begin with breaking news in queens. the hunt is on for the driver police say struck a pedestrian and left her to die. >> it happened just after midnight in the rose dale section and cbs2's janelle burrell joins us live from the scene with the very latest, janelle? >> reporter: well, mary, details still coming in this morning but police can tell us at this time that they are looking for a brown van that struck that 16-year-old girl in this busy intersection here behind me. in rose dale. we want to show you video of what the scene looked like
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they were clearing the scene and collecting evidence. the girl was crossing francis louis boulevard near sunrise highway about 12:15 this morning when a van struck her and just kept going. the 16-year-old girl was rushed to jamaica hospital where she was in cardiac arrest and later died. so far police haven't released the name of the victim but again at this time they are searching for a dark brown van. anyone with any information urged to contact the nypd. reporting live this morning from rose dale, queens, janelle burrell, cbs2 news. thank you. new video this morning of what police say is the man breaking into a brooklyn liquor store through the ceiling. the t you can see him crawling over the counter and mr. liquor on fullon street early thursday morning. the man stole $10,000 in cash and damaged several bottles of alcohol before leaving through the same opening in the ceiling. pretty incredible video there. okay, just before 4:32 here. time for traffic and weather together on the 2s.
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>> we have a few flakes floating by today or bly and a little bit of snow accumulate well north and west. just enough to slicken up the secondary roads and the dryway and sidewalk right outside the front door. in the city right now it's chilly and cloudy and 33. winds are calm. relative humidity at 81%. a few more snow showers in through putnam and dutch chess and central suffolk and a few more around warrenton. this is not a big feature there. we'll see passing flurries later today and even on your thursday. but the atmosphere is not actually swimming in moisture. so you don't get any kind of a major accumulation out of this. numbers though the warmest day of the week, flirting with 40 today but with the wind it won't feel like it and then the winds of change are headed our way. just an arctic invasion.
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the -- studio? the lovely alex denis. the streets in lower manhattan in the vicinity of wharf street and west broadway still are closed due to clean- up from friday's crane collapse. you still want to avoid this area if you can. no word yet on when this will be cleared out. a live look, construction on the queens midtown tunnel that other tube is taking the twoway traffic for you. delay free here but all of the east river crossings and construction two lanes blocked on the southbound side on the fdr drive between 71st and 63rd street. clearly noodles quite yet and -- delays quite yet and alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday and remember be safe, don't text and drive. over to you chris. now to campaign 2016 and it's on the south carolina for most of the presidential candidates after yesterday's key new hampshire primary. donald trump was the big runner on the -- winner on the republican side. about 90% of the precincts reporting. that more than doubles his nearest rival who came in a
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john kasich. on the democratic side, vermont senator bernie sanders handily beat hillary clinton. cbs2's marcia kramer has the wrap-up from manchester, new hampshire. >> i love you all. thank you new hampshire. thank you. >> reporter: donald trump scores his first victory in the case, chalk it up to working class frustration with the economy and foreign policy. plus the threat of terror attacks from isis and the belief that america has lost its respect in the world. >> we are going to start winning again and we're going to win so much you are going to be so happy. >> reporter: bernie sanders also benefited from a pushback by voters. >> i say you -- harness the energy and the excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed in november. [ cheering and applause ] >> i still love new hampshire.
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i know i have some work to do. particularly with young people. even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> reporter: the biggest winner of the night may be ohio governor john kasich. >> you made it happen. >> reporter: he got more than half the votes of trump but emerged from the pack of the establishment republicans that also includes jeb bush, marco cube owe and chris christie. >> we never went negative because we have more good to sell. >> reporter: the biggest loser, rubio, who had been polling in second place, until an embarrassing debate performance on sad. >> our -- saturday. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you, it's on me. >> reporter: bush has the war chest to remain in the race for a while and ted cruz who won iowa could get the wind back in his sails when the race heads to south carolina. for the democrats today is new strategy day. bernie sanders is in harlem to have breakfast with the reverend al sharpton to discuss ways the attract minority
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for hillary clinton, it's staff meetings on new strategy but a more immediate discussion, whether she should open new lines of attack against bernie sanders when they meet in their next debate on thursday. in manchester, new hampshire, i'm marcia kramer, cbs2 news. >> meanwhile governor chris christie has left the campaign trail and returned home to new jersey after a disappointing sixth place finish last night. >> we leave new hampshire tonight without an ounce of regret. not for the time we've spent, and for the thousands of people tonight in new hampshire who will have voted for us. we'll move down the road from here based upon the results tonight in what's best in this order. for my family, for my state, and for my country. and i thank you all very much. [ applause ] >> christie told sportsers he'll review the -- supporters he'll review the final vote count. organizational changes to
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among them the department is creating the position of city wide operations chief. including emergency services aviation harbor and mountain units. in another change the chief of detectives will now handle almost all investigative resources including those involved with organized crime. the panel got the case yesterday afternoon, liang is charged with manslaughter in november of 2014. he was patrolling a dark stairwell in a brooklyn's pink houses with his gun drawn. he says a noise startled him and the gun went off. the bullet ricocheted -- ricocheted killing 28-year-old akai gurley. >> it's not a crime and the shots that he fired in off the wall is no accident. >> the prosecutor was claiming was unarmed rather. he faces up to 15 years from
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convicted. two people arrested for trying to sneak razor blades on to a plane. one was hidden in the sole of a sneaker, the other was tucked behind the band of a hat. the two were reportedly caught going through security monday morning and they were taking an american airlines flight to miami. fans and critics are still buzzing over beyonce's halftime performance at the super bowl and now a protest has been planned. it's set for tuesday outside nfl headquarters in midtown and comes after some politicians say the super bowl act attacked police officers. her dancers wore outfits of leather and blackberries and -- black berets. in one move they had their fist in the air similar to black power salutes. >> i find the entire show objectionable in that it was number one extolling the black panthers who are a terrorist organization killing police officers here in the 19 60s and '70s. >> beyonce has been around
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signs of any hate or whatever. >> beyonce hasn't commented. now still to come, the supreme court with the blow to president obama's new environmental initiative. >> also this morning, when will the travel nightmare end? the new delay for passengers aboard the anthem of the seas cruise ship. >> an image that had social media buzzing last night. what caused one world trade center to look like it was on fire. >> ooh eerie. all right we are not on fire. and in fact we are going to see a reversal of fortune with that cold air taking over this weekend. some snow today. going to try to get you close to 40 and then it turns frigid by friday.
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megared. the difference is easy to absorb. mardi gras comes to an end in new orleans with police making it official. this is a view from earth cam. two men were shot in the leg and ankle last night along the city's traditional family- friendly uptown parade route as thousands lined the streets bringing the party to a close
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the parade before ash wednesday. timothy dolan will celebrate mass today to mark ash wednesday. thousands of catholics are expected to stand in line at st. patrick's from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. waiting to receive ashes. in brooklyn he celebrates mass. today is the first day of lent a 40 day period of prayer, penance and sacrifice to prepare for the celebration of easter. now let's head over to john elliott for traffic and weather together on the 2s. >> checking in with our weather watchers this morning i tell you someone who might be standing the line, michael has 35 in sometime and yeah -- staten island and yeah today is ash wednesday. we have to fast? for easter? i thought we just had to give up like dark sodas. okay. well thanks for that michael. good old reliable michael. i like this from cooler ray as 29 in bohemia not looking weekend. you know, and hes had a little
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just a coating of snow. however, charlie good old reliable charlie, across the line had about two inches into parts of the poconos and the other side. we are going to see a little bit of snow during the course of the day today. and then a little bit more tomorrow. and then a little bit more with that arctic air rolling in late friday. but anyway not talking about significant totals. we're just talking about these kind of nuisance snow showers and cloudy and 33 winds are calm right now. which is a blessing. 27 in monticello and 31 guy from sparta very exciting it's his birthday today. all very happy from guy from sparta. get him some north jersey gift wear later today. 29 white plains and 28 babylon and 2 in the afternoon -- 26 in the hamptons, actually two, three, four, five degrees warmer than it was yesterday. actually going to be closer to where we should be the normal high is 41. how sweet would that be?
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it will feel cooler. 61 and six below your records. -- 6 below your records. sun set is at 5:24. i'm digging the later sunset times. we have coastal flood advisories through 7:00 a.m. and parts of the jersey shore it's a little later closer to the city. these are advisories, these are not warnings. this is an improvement over the last few days. and here you go, this is the snow we're talking about. through parts of dutchess into putnam. get an inch, maybe two through fairfield county and central suffolk as well. could have some measurable snow and a lot of folks it's just a coating but that's enough to make things a little slippery. and you can see also a few other bursts of snow a little bit this afternoon. and then we'll go ahead to tomorrow morning. there'll be a little bit there you go that little burst maybe through parking lots of brooklyn -- parts of brooklyn and queens and thursday afternoon a few more then what's interesting is you get ready on friday and then boom. you've got all of this some
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that's the cold air, this weekend, saturday's high 20. sunday morning, 5 with windchills well below zero. so yeah. it's coming. you're coming and going right now. alex? thank you john. good morning everyone. if you travel here this morning, new alerts into the newsroom here, new jersey turnpike a speed restriction in effect between the delaware memorial bridge and the george washington bridge. because of some slick roadways that are reported there it's a 45-mile-per-hour speed restriction on the garden state parkway as well. it's in effect between excites 124 -- exits 124 and the new york state train. mass transit, everything is on or close to schedule at jfk, everything is on or close to schedule. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are still in effect and remember be safe, don't mary back to you. thank you. if you're just waking up with the top stories. investigate fors in germany say they've recovered two of three data recorders from two trains that collided head-on
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the crash in germany's southern state of be a varia left ten people dead and two people were -- many people were injured. on sunday, north korea defied international warnings and launched a long-range rocket. this morning japan announced new sanctions on north korea to protest the rocket launch. seen as a missile test. the supreme court has blocked obama administration rules to limit greenhouse gas emissions from power plants until legal challenges are resolved. the move is a victory for the coalition of 27 mostly republican led states and the energy industry. on money watch this morning, stock futures higher today after a third straight day of losses for the dow yesterday. energy stocks led the decline as the price of oil sank another 6%. the dow jones industrial average lost 12 points. the nasdaq dropped by under 15. the s&p 500 lost a little over 1. ikea is recalling two types
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now some customers have complained that some lock-in lamps have the problem. ikea is urging buyers to return them for a full refund. sears says it plans to accelerate the closing of at least 50 what it calls the most unprofitable stores. the retailer originally planned to shut the stores over the next few months but poor holiday sales have sears speeding up its timeline. sears which also owns k-mart has been struggling in recent years amid growing competition. more delays this morning for passengers aboard the cruise ship that hit rough seas and high winds. royal caribbean's anthem of the seas was supposed to return to new jersey this morning. that's not going to happy and now -- happen and now there's a call for the national transportation safety board to investigate. cbs2's andrea grymes' -- cbs2's alice gainer reports. >> reporter: on the anthem of the seas off the coast of north carolina sunday. winds topping more than 100 miles an hour, sent chairs flying around outside. there were broken vases and
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maintain their footing. large chunks of ceiling were left dangling and various other damage was snapped by passengers on the nearly 200,000-ton liner. >> something separating the cabins like those -- i don't know if you can see. but it's -- it's clearly. >> reporter: speaking via skype afros rated passenger shows us the -- a frustrated passenger shows us the mini bar snacks they ate. >> my wife, she got seasick and crying. we want to leave as soon as possible. we don't want to be here anymore. >> reporter: he says initially they were told they'd arrive back in new jersey by 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. but he shares with us the most recent message from the captain -- >> reporter: he also shared this video of the captain
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wind speeds were higher than what was forecasted. >> four hours it has moved from being this to what you see here. >> reporter: florida's senator bill nelson wants the national transportation safety board to investigate. >> the thing about this storm was that it was forecast for days. so why in the world would a cruise ship with thousands of passengers go sailing right into it? >> the new estimated time of arrival for the cruise ship is 9:00 tonight. ooh. wow. >> quite the ordeal. >> those people cannot get to get off that thing. still to come, the rocking excuse, the dad came up with for his daughter being late to school. >> and the smoking mystery at the top of one world trade center. the condition that has several people calling 911. >> a new york city landmark back open for business. why the carnegie deli was closed for nearly a year. >> get another check on your traffic and weather together on the 2s. that's next.
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morning." news of a possible fire lit up social media last night but fdny says there was nothing to worry about. video shows what seems like steam coming off the top of the skyscraper. this is about 8:00 last night. many people thought it was smoke from a fire. one person tweeted apparently the freedom tower seems to be on fire but the fdny says it's not. sure looks like a fire. the fdny tweeted we can confirm that there is no fire to report at wtc. the steam reportedly came from the building's hvac system. okay, time is now 4:52. traffic and weather together on the 2s time. johnny? >> tell you what we have some cool conditions in the city right now. pair of 3s but that's warmer than it was yesterday. calm wind. as we get ready to face the day. pockets of snow this morning. rush hour could be a little tricky for some. just enough snow to make those sidewalks, dryways and secondary roads a little slippery. minor flooding possible along the coast.
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way through the morning. high tide cycle is an improvement -- cycle is an improvement over yesterday though. the weekend -- absolutely positively frigid. so get ready for that. let's get ready for the ride with alex. thanks john. good morning everyone. outside here let's take live look at one of the hundreds of cameras versus traveling inside i guess? construction has two lanes blocked on the southbound side of the fdr drive. it's between 71st street and 63rd street. you are delay free though through the area. no delays at the george washington bridge. inbound lower level is e-zpass only until 6:00. moving well at the lincoln tunnel and holland tunnels as well. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday and meter rules are still in effect and be safe. don't text and drive chris and mary, back to you. imagine being able to see exactly what you would look like with plastic surgery before actually going under the knife. maybe you'd like to change the shape of your nose size of your chin, lit up your cheeks -- lift up your cheeks. >> the scariest part of surgery is the fear of the unknown.
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patients is unhappy with their plastic surgery results. and this could change all that. tonight at 11:00 our dr. max gomez reveals his new look created with the help of 3d facial features and explains approach. >> pretty fascinating isn't it? rational thing to do. we'll see. >> see it before you get it. in our next half hour, twin sisters who now is a new family fond -- have a new family bond. >> also the sneaky thieves with expensive tastes for high end furs. >> bring on the sandwiches, return of the carnegie deli,
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morning." after nearly ten months the famed carnegie deli is open for business once again. the restaurant shut down last april after coned crews found the deli has been improper lissive on thing gas for six years. the owner didn't know and paid
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she says she's just thrilled to be back in business and to see her employees again. >> it's wonderful that they're able to work and they're back. they're very happy and i'm very happy to have the carnegie family back with me. >> well, tenants who lived above the deli spent months without gas for heating or cooking while those repairs were made. heat was finally restored a few weeks ago. not to diminish what it would be like without gas if you live upstairs but without the smell of the food cooking. look at that. >> welcome back. >> you got some heat back in. and a little corned beef. >> those sandwiches. >> unbelievable. >> if you're watching you want to send a few over. >> celebrate @ reopening. time now -- the reopening. time now 4:57. still ahead, trump and sanders the big winner in new hampshire last night and is it the end of line for chris christie? a live report from new hampshire coming up. >> new at 5:00, it was a shocking assault on the upper east side. this morning police release the new clue they hope will get these suspects tough street.
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streets. >> a desperate search for a therapy dog who went missing off staten island. how the family is using social media to help find the missing pet. >> why standing up straight could make all the difference.
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5:00 begins in 90 seconds. 33 degrees on this
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through some areas this morning but the real story is the cold temperatures that will be with us for the next few days. traffic and weather together on the 2s in a moment. good morning, i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. thanks for waking up withs this morning, the top story -- us this morning, the top story. shifts to south carolina following the critical new hampshire primary. >> voters handed big wins to donald trump and bernie sanders. and sent new jersey governor chris christie home to contemplate the future of his campaign. cbs2's weijia jiang joins us live from manchester, new hampshire with more. >> reporter: good morning to everybody. these crushing victories by trump and sanders speak very loudly. highlighting voter frustration with the current state of american politics but there's still a long way to go before the party conventions in july. on the gop side a lot of uncertainty about who is trump's most threatening challenger. after finishing first in last night's new hampshire primary,
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on the next major contest. >> we are going now to south carolina. we're going to win in south carolina. >> reporter: cs with news exit poll -- cbs news exit polls show -- and overwhelm mingly support the temporary ban to ban muslims from entering the u.s. ohio governor john kasich rose to second place thanks to an impressive ground game. >> let me tell you, there's so much going to happen if you don't have a seat belt go get one. >> the real winner is the conservative grassroots. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: pundits say first place iowa finisher ted cruz could regain momentum in the palmetto state. >> the claim against kasich for somebody like ted cruz is the same one he can make against donald trump. which is that neither of them are real conservatives. >> reporter: on the democratic side, bernie sanders rode a wave of support from young people and independents to beat
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>> what voters here in new hampshire confirmed tonight is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution. >> reporter: clinton's camp is banking on support to minorities to give her an edge. >> it's not whether you get knock down that matters. it's where you -- whether you get back up. >> reporter: the two contenders will take to the debate stage tomorrow night in wisconsin. but first, sanders will make a stop in harlem and he's supposed to have breakfast this morning with the reverend sharpton at sylvia's. we don't know what the plan is there yet but we will learn more later and chris christie says he's taking a quote deep breath before deciding whether to stay in the race. chris and mary? >> weijia jiang live in manchester for us. thank you. now to traffic and weather together on the 2s. john, what are we looking at this morning? >> i am so proud of weijia jiang, isn't nit all over the country now reporting and such a -- such a sweet kid too.
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just kind a burst of snow here. a burst of snow there. just enough to make things a lilt slick for you so do watch out and exercise some caution but get ready. yeah after today with numbers close to where they should be it's all about the cold. 33 with clouds and wind out of the west at 8 miles per hour. there you go look east you have more coverage of that snow. i mean you're talking about a coating to maybe an inch. that will slow you down through fairfield county central suffolk as well. and some reports into parts of the hudson valley finally getting a little bit of snow. now a few more bands of snow tonight even tomorrow. numbers though, yeah, we're going to try to get close to 40 but with the wind it will feel cooler. and then the wind intensifies and it just cascades out of canada. it's a lot colder this weekend and talk more about that. right now maybe you're driving to canada. let's help you with alex denis. all right i don't know if my maps reach that for. in manhattan i have you covered in. streeter in lower manhattan best broodway still are -- west broadway still remain closed.
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we'll let you know when we get word but as of now still closed. to the turnpike a 50-mile-per- hour speed restriction in effect between the delaware memorial bridge and interchange 14. and a 45-mile-per-hour speed restriction between interchange 14 and the george washington bridge. all due some slick road conditions reported out there. garden state parkway is not clear either. 50-mile-per-hour speed restriction between 124 and the new york state line. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday, be safe don't text and drive. a hit and run driver killed a teenaged girl in queens overnight. >> it happened in the rose dale section and cbs2's janelle burrell joins us live from the scene with more this morning. janelle? >> reporter: well, chris it happened in one of the busiest stretches of francis louis boulevard. overnight that 16-year-old girl struck and girls and this -- killed and this morning the nypd searching for a brown van
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what the scene looked like earlier as police were here collecting evidence and clearing the scene. that girl was crossing francis louis boulevard near sunrise highway about four lanes of traffic around 12:15 this morning when that van hit her and then just kept going. the teen was rushed to jamaica hospital in cardiac arrest where she later died. again police this morning searching for the driver of what they believe was a dark brown van who struck that 16- year-old girl. so far they have not released her name but anyone who has any information is asked to contact the nypd. reporting live this morning from the rosedale section of queens, janelle burrell, cbs2 news. janelle thank you. new this morning, close in on a man accused of assaulting and robbing a woman in manhattan. >> police have released the name and photo of the suspect. cbs2's andrea grymes has more live from the upper east side. andrea? >> reporter: well, chris and mary, police say the suspect actually told his victim after
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now police say they know exactly who they're looking for. the nypd says it's searching for this man. 32-year-old gregory anderson, about 5'7" and 145 pounds. he's wanted for allegedly robbing and sexually assaulting a 36-year-old woman who was walking along east 94th street saturday morning. >> yeah. i walk the this way a lot of night and it scares know know that a woman -- to know that a woman got attacked. >> reporter: investigators say anderson grabbed the woman from behind and he forced her to walk further down the block according to police. then stole $40 and groped her. the woman was able to get away and ran for help at a nearby store. we've concealed her identity. but you can see her enter m and n market on 2nd. >> they called the police. >> reporter: her attacker followed. seconds behind. coming into the store claiming to be looking for his wife. >> where is my wife? i say what?
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i don't know, where is your wife. >> reporter: the store employee says the victim had run into the back stock room and down into the storage area. where she hid from her attacker until police arrived. you said he was crying and she was -- she was crying and she was scared? >> yeah. crying -- and like tremble. >> reporter: the nypd says the photo of anderson is from a 2014 arrest for drinking in public. they hope someone recognizes him now and calls police. police tell us this crime happened around this time 5:00 in the morning on saturday. sources say before that woman ran for help, anderson said he felt bad and tried to return that stolen money. reporting live on the upper east side, andrea grymes, news news. thank you. a paterson, new jersey teenager seen on video is in police custody this morning after vendering to police. >> is there any remorse?
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>> he posted to facebook and shows the video being knocked unconscious in december. the accused attacker 18-year- old christian gonzalez was 17 teeth of the assault. a second teen -- at the time of the assault. a second teen vendered last -- surrendered last weekend. >> someone that was just an innocent bystander that was standing on a street corner. that ends up getting sucker punched and knocked cold off his feet. >> the lawyer for gonzalez says the client has a history of mental illness. 55-year-old cynthia oliver is scheduled to be financed today in -- sentenced today in the bronx. she allowed her two pit bums to attack a 6 #-year-old man and the good samaritan who tried to help. it happened back in september in the belmont section. the two dogs were later put down. the city council in ferguson, missouri is balking
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agreement the city made with the u.s. justice department. last night the council said it would approve the agreement only if changes are made. among them, no mandate for additional pay for police officers. no mandates on staffing and city jails and adding a preference for local contractors and consultants, ferguson came under federal scrutiny following the 2014 police shooting of michael brown. still to come, the search for a missing service dog on staten island. plus this -- >> yeah. high end you know like -- customers would want to spend big bucks. >> instead, they're professional thieves stealing fur coats. the veiled owe police want you to show of a -- video police want you to see of a fur store robbery and they don't think this was their first time. >> now twin sisters from new jersey have something else in common. the special moment for their family. >> well, that's a postcard. that is adorable. okay. let's go skating. let's do have some fun today. because it's going to be the warmest of the week. you're going to need to brush off that light snow and then
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to -- through you're going stay warm this weekend. it is valentine's day. alex get that all planned out. i'm sure she'll tweet it. here's the deal too. i have some good news to report on the coastal flood advisories. it's really -- a wave of advisories through the city along long island and new jersey shore. they actually retire between 7:00 and midday. so that's good news. we're not anticipating the kind of departures that we saw the last few days. still, i me it's been a very -- know it's been a very trying week. the leftover advisories just today. cloudy and 33 wind out of the west at 8 miles per hour. up north and up to beacon. 32. whoo. 31 there and kingston as well and monroe 26 and 30 terrytown. getting some reports of a coating to an inch. it's still snowing in dutchess putnam through fairfield county right now. so it will stick and be slick. so watch out for that. you just don't have to move much of it. some of it you can move with a broom. 28 in speonk and 34 woodmere and 31 freehold. been a rough week for them down
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chatham at 33 with the wind feels like 30. in fact even the windchill in the city is down to 36. dress for that. this is what we're talking about. some snow through the forks there through a good part of fairfield. that's -- yeah a little there. up into parts of dutchess and you can see that. it will slow you down a bit. a few more radar shots i want to just show you, you know a few for bands and then this burst affiliated with that cold air. how cold is it? well, right now, it's 12 below in international falls. 12 below. it's 10 in chicago. this works its way our way later in the week. the high today in chicago only 16. nothing sweet about it. some flakes today. and overnight tonight. still, that biting breeze starts to fill in tomorrow. that's within you are going to really -- when you are really going to get kind of a taste of the weekend a freezing finish on your friday. and then that just sets it up for the coldest air of the season.
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early sunday morning. that 5 will likely feel like well below zero. so enjoy 39 today. can you enjoy the ride though right now? okay john so we have some changes for you as you come out for the mongoloid. let's -- ride. let's check in on the maps and cameras in the area to give you more information about the morning ride. so we see greens on the red -- on the roadways there but in medford route 112 closed in both directions at park avenue. it's due to police on scene investigating an accident there. also construction has two lanes blocked southbound side of the fdr drive. it's between 71st street and 63rd street. no delays you are still moving well west side highway an alternate if you choose to take ate. mass transit is everything is on or close to schedule if you're taking -- alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are still in effect. remember be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. all right alex thank you. and investigation underway midtown after a rash of robberies had upscale furriers. >> cbs2's hazel sanchez tells
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get away with stealing coats worth thousands of dollars. >> reporter: they're unassuming and slick. despite being caught by several surveillance cameras in multiple high end stores, police haven't caught the crew of fur coat thieves. >> if i catch these people, they'll go to jail. >> reporter: peter is fuming after his family's fur salon the fur source on west 57th street was hit twice. on friday night, a couple stole a $50,000 chinchilla coat much like this one. surveillance cameras show a woman distracting a salesperson while her male companion rolls up the coat and shoves it in his sweater under a heavy winter coat. a different couple seen here pulled the exact same heist back in october. stealing a $12,000 chinchilla jacket. so when they come in here, is there anything suspicious about them? >> not the way they dress. not the way they look. you think they are high end you know -- like customers would want to spend big bucks. >> reporter: police believe same group was involved in stealing two fur coats in
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their surveillance cam haves show a man shoving the -- cameras show a man shoving the coat in his pants. >> they must have had knowledge of how the sails floor ran in order to execute it that perfectly. >> they are professional thieves. >> reporter: bobby says the tree yea had a good plan when they entered his store authentic preowned. one man edge gauged workers at the front of the stare and another man was stag -- store and another man was snagging the crocodile jacket from the back of the store. >> if they're being catched and they're acknowledged, they generally back off. >> reporter: at this point police don't know if the people that stole the furs are from the area. at least one of the stores is now planning to offer a cash reward worth several thousand dollars for information leading to an arrest. in midtown. hazel sanchez, cbs2 news. well, the group is not only targeting small family run businesses, police believe they're also responsible for stealing a fur from saks fifth avenue.
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wreck uncovered in california thanks to el nino. the gambling ship ss monte carlo complete with a casino, dance hall and brothel used to be anchored in international waters. it ran aground off the coast of san diego back in 1937 during a storm. over the years it was buried in sand and high surf from el nino wiped the sand away exposing what's left of the ship. tourists are now flocking to check it out. >> wow. in new jersey twin sisters have yet another bond between them. they both became new moms just six minutes apart at the same hospital. stephanie and nicole discovered their daughters -- at let's see. at hospital in very ease in camden county. both babies came early. >> we actually had a doctor's appointment today because we were due on friday. so we got there and they're like you have to go to the hospital and then we get a call that nicole and rich are on their way too.
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temperature twin sisters -- the twin sisters themselves born three minutes apart. how about that? >> sweet. >> they look great too. >> beautiful. >> in it together. >> sure you just gave birth? >> they look beautiful. congratulations. 5:19 now. up next, this dad rocks, wait until you hear the excuse he gave his daughter for being late to school. >> and it is much more than just a family pet. a desperate search for this service dog that went missing on staten island. >> another check of traffic and
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right after this. so what do you do if your kids are late for school after staying up to go to a bruce springsteen concert? in a note to the school patrick said quote -- he says school administrators were okay with the excuse and some even had a good laugh about it. i was at a concert. had a good time. >> if god were to appear? interesting. but yeah you know it's a pretty good excuse. >> right. >> my parents took me to see bruce when i was a kid? 5:2 #. time for traffic and weather together on the 2s, everyone needs a day off. mental health day right john? or president's day. how about this?
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have a three day weekend coming up. all right, 33. the wind out of the west already makes it feel like 26 and dress for the chill even though it's actually going to be the warmest day of the week. some more snow will fill in and we've got the bands of snow flurries around the area. 39 today enjoy it. thursday 29. friday 27. oh, oh, oh, sunday, frozen solid baby at 19 degrees. no baby yet. deb den is right here -- alex denis is right here with traffic. if you're travel, this morning, in medford route 112 is closed in both directions at park avenue. police are investigating a crash there. a live look at one of the hundreds of cameras showing you the inside tube here closed for construction at the queens midtown tunnel. that other tube is taking the twoway traffic for you. you are delay free here. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are still in effect. remember be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you.
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shootout last night. the knicks begin the kurt cam bus era. >> -- ram bus era. >> otis livingstonton has this update. >> coming up continue theerer will visit the pension begins. last night the knicks hosted the wizards. carmelo anthony keeping the knicks in it. the late bucket to cut it to four. he had 33. they trailed by three with just seconds left. somehow galloway got this look, it's off and he falls down. the sweater 30 hangs from the rafters officially retired now. as for the game devil hosted the oilers. tied at one in the third. the game win score devils hold on for the victory. islanders in columbus tied it up late and go a shootout. where clutter buck with the game winner. islanders win 3-2 was the final. i'm otis livingston and that's your cbs2 sports update. a staten island woman is searching for her grandson's therapy dog.
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last weekend and the family fears it was stolen and cbs2's mag delima doris has the story. >> we're very heart broken. >> reporter: a plea to help find char low has over 19,000 views on facebook. the family is hopeful it will help. because his best friends are missing him. especially roman who suffers from tumors in his chest and has had 20 surgeries in his five years. >> the door will come, he'd pull his sock and throw the ball and throw the sock. it gave him like physical therapy. >> reporter: she and her husband came home from dinner on saturday and they found the gate open and their door unlocked and no collar lee. >> usually -- charlie. >> usually greets us at the top of the steps. it was just silence. he didn't make it past the house. somebody rode by picked him up. thank you. but please give him back. >> reporter: four days later the grandmother is hard at work canvassing her staten island neighborhood. >> call, i hope you are warm.
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philadelphia today. going through yet another surgery. >> so as soon as he comes out he's going to say grandma we got that dog? did grandma get charlie yet? i'm so broken hearted. >> reporter: row plan is expected hoppled -- roman is expected home friday. hopefully charlie already there too. -- will be there too. >> offering a $500 reward for charlie's return. >> let's hope they get him. >> anybody has seen that dog please call the family. still ahead, does your fit bit seem to be acting up? one couple thought so until they bought a pregnancy test. plus this -- >> police in queens this morning searching for a driver accused of striking and killing a 16-year-old girl. we'll have a hive report from the -- live report from the scene coming up next. >> the nypd has released a picture of the suspect they're looking for in the upper east side sexual assault. we'll show it to you coming up in a live report. >> and boosting your confidence
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straight. we have some quick tips on the power of posture and don't forget if you have seen this, if you have seen charlie, make sure you call the family on staten island. that little boy is looking for his dog back.
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it is 5:30. 33 degrees on this wednesday, february 10th. flurries today but it looks like temperatures are going to plunge later this week. we'll have traffic and weather just a moment. teen struck and killed overnight and now police are searching for the driver. >> but first more about man accused of attacking a woman on the upper east side. good morning, i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. thank you for joining us. new this morning the nypd has the name and photo of the assault and robbery suspect. >> accused of attacking a woman in manhattan last night. cbs2's andrea grymes has more live from the upper east side. andrea? >> reporter: chris and mary, police say a crime stoppers tip led them to the name of this suspect. police say the victim a woman was walking to work over the weekend around 5:00 in the morning when she was attacked. and as you mentioned, now police are telling us they know exactly who they're looking
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the nypd says it's searching for this man. 32-year-old gregory anderson about 5'7" and 145 pounds. he's wanted for allegedly robbing and sexually assaulting a 36-year-old woman who was walking along east 94th street saturday morning. >> yeah. i walk this way a lot at night and it scares know know that a woman got attacked. >> reporter: investigators say anderson grabbed victim from behind and threw her to the ground after she crossed second avenue. he forced her to walk further down the block according to police, then stole $40 and groped her. the woman was able to get away and ran for help at a nearby store. we've concealed her identity, but you can see her enter m and n market on second. >> the lady says call the police. >> reporter: but her attacker followed seconds behind. coming into the store claiming to be looking for his wife. >> reporter: the store employee
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the back stock room and down into the storage area where she hid from her attacker until police arrived. >> you said she was crying and she was scared? >> yeah, cry -- like tremble. >> reporter: shaking. the nypd says this photo of anderson is from a 2014 arrest for drinking in public. they hope someone recognizes him now and calls police. police say the suspect actually told his victim have a nice day after the attack. before then saying he felt bad and trying to give her -- tried to give her back the money before she ran off for help. reporting live on the upper east side, andrea grymes, cbs2 news. okay thank you. time is now 5:32. time for traffic and weather together on the 2s. well you're going to have to apologize for the weekend's forecast coming up huh? >> the heads-up. it's just going to be cold dangerously cold. so make sure you're ready for
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house and car are ready for it. i mean you can get around. just going on the so cold. cloudy and 33 right now and wind out of the west at 6. even in the city right now the windchill is 26. but it's february. a burst of snow here and there through parts of morris county. now into warren and hunterdon county as well. still the leftover snow showers for fairfield county. on again and off again. you'll see some blight blue today and this will be the warmest of the week at around 39 with the wind, windchills will hover in the 0s for a good part of the day. risk of flooding is subsiding, that's good news for the friends along the coast but the big news is the chill this weekend. now the commute this morning and alex denis. >> we have some changes as you come here in medford we have route 112 closed in both directions at park avenue. police are investigating a crash on scene and anticipate that. also in new jersey, here on the turnpike, there's a 45-mile-per- hour speed restriction in effect between the delaware memorial bridge and the george
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some slick road conditions reported. also the garden state parkway has a 50-mile-per-hour speed restriction in effect between exits 124 and the new york state line. for the same reasons there. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are still in effect and be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. and now to breaking news in queens. the hunt is on for the driver police say struck a teenage gill and left her to -- girl and left her to die. >> cbs2's janelle burrell joins us live from the scene, she has more this morning. janelle? >> reporter: well, chris police say that that 16-year-old girl was apparently trying to cross four lanes of traffic in a very busy intersection when that van hit her. and did not stop. flush police were here earlier this morning and we want to show you some video of this scene as they were collecting evidence here at francis louis boulevard near the intersection of sunrise highway. all of this happening around 12:15 this morning when that van struck her. and kept going. by the time ems got here they
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cardiac arrest and rushed to jamaica hospital. where she later died. police this morning though searching for the driver of what they described as a dark brown van -- person who they believe to be behind the wheel still on the run this morning. police so far have not released the name of that 16-year-old girl. but they are urging anyone who may have seen the accident to contact the nypd. reporting live this morning from the rose dale section of queens, janelle burrell, cbs2 news. janelle thank you. breaking news from suffolk county, long island a possible police-involved shooting in medford. it happened at route 112 and jamaica avenue. a suspect and police officer suffered minor injuries the officer once injured by gunfire. the two suspects are in custody. now on to south carolina for most of the presidential candidates after yesterday's key new hampshire primary. on the democratic side, vermont senator bernie sanders handily
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republican side with about 35% of the vote. >> we are going to start winning again. and we're going to win so much you are going to be so happy. >> i say you -- [ booing ] >> we harness the energy and the excitement this the democratic party will need to succeed in november. >> florida senator marco rubio came in fifth just behind jeb bush. meanwhile governor chris christie has left the campaign trail and is back home in new jersey after a disappointing sixth place finish. >> we leave new hampshire tonight without an ounce of regret. not for the time we've spent and for the thousands of people tonight in new hampshire who will have voted for us. we'll move down the road from here base upon the results
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order -- for my family, for my state, and for my country. and i thank you all very much. [ applause ] >> christie told supporters he'd review the final vote count before making a decision on the future of his campaign. in update on that new jersey cruise ship that ran into stormy seas it's scheduled to return to port later tonight. >> we should be stopped alongside there -- cape liberty cruise terminal where you came on board. at 9:00. in the evening. >> that was the captain of the royal caribbean's anthem of the seas saying the ship will dock in bayonne tonight. video shows hugeways pounding the cruise ship on sunday and 45 one passengers were ordered to remain in the cabins. >> my wife -- she -- she got seasick and crying. we want to leave as soon as possible. we don't want to be here anymore. >> yeah, the national weather
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alert four days before the ship left new jersey and now there's a call for an investigation by the ntsb as to why they did leave with that storm on the horizon. the number of cases in the u.s. are growing. overnight health officials confirmed 66 cases in americans who have traveled to zika stricken countries. cbs2's don champion has this report. >> reporter: the mosquito borne zika virus caught the attention during a hearing on global threat assessment. >> the zika virus, first you checked it in the western hemisphere in 2014 and has reached the u.s. and projected to cause up to four million cases in this hemisphere. >> reporter: there are now 66 cases in 17 states and washington, d.c. one of the latest is in indiana. >> the patient did have a travel history to haiti which is an area where we know that there's documented zika virus transmission occurring. >> reporter: the vast majority is spread by the mosquito which
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southern states. while there hasn't been transmission by mosquitoes within the u.s. yet, the cdc fears it could only be a matter of time. >> we do think it's like think that we'll have limited local transmission. in some of the southern states. in the winter months now we have a chance to really try get ahead of this. >> reporter: in hard hit countries like peru, fumigation efforts press on and experts say wearing insect repellent is one way to avoid zika and "consumer reports" recently tested 15 kinds. >> we found that the insect repellent that was most effective against the type of america that carries the zika virus were the ones that contained 20% decare tin and 25% deet. >> reporter: the world health organization calls zika a global health threat. don champion, cbs news. >> very scary. time now is 5:39. the totals are in, in 2015 was a record year for shark attacksable we'll have the results coming up. >> plus a social media scare
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>> and in how one couple found out they were expecting a child thanks to fit bit. >> don't forget, we have just posted an update on facebook and you can follow us on
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traffic and weather john? >> and that was exciting, i'm over here working on computers and look, five, four, three, two and boom. it is weather watcher time. so interesting some fun facts from my weather watchers, you can always count on the weather watchers. so i'm going to check in with good old bob let's check 3 # in toms river -- 32 in toms river. that's good news for the jersey advisories downgraded to just
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and they are going to be expiring by midday but you know it's not swimming weather but happy birthday to mark spitz. he's 66 today. go mark spitz. remember? what? you don't know who mark spitz is? he's -- he's an olympic athlete. wow. jennifer jones. adam i appreciate this. this is just a scene from well north and west. there's just enough sheen on the road that's where we're concerned about just enough snow to give you that shine. the problem is, with these kind of temperatures it is going to ice over. wow. somebody doesn't know who mark spitz is. all right 33. clouds overhead and winds out of the west at 8 miles an hour. here's some more numbers for you. 27 in sayreville and 29 armonk and you've seen more snow than we saw in the city. 32 in matawan and windchill right now is 24 there. 24 in sea girt for a real feel. that's cold enough. you have to gear up for it. light snow in morris and somerset as well.
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clearing out of fairfield county. parts of the area an inch, inch plus. that's it. as far as totals. this was not a very big event and we'll see a few more scattered snow flurries during the course of the next few days. tonight into tomorrow. and with these kind of temperatures, it just kind of keeps piling up. so yeah, we will deal with a little bit of more snow. -- bit more snow. 39. a bit of a break too at times you'll see some blue kind of breakthrough. winds though west at 20 so those real feel numbers upper 20s to right around 30. 26 tonight. 20% chance of a few more snow showers and then into your day tomorrow, boy we start to retreat. these realtime numbers tomorrow just in the teens and then for the weekend, it's this invasion of arctic air. weekend will be even colder. sub freezing highs. 20 to 25. it's a five day stretch of sub
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sunday morning windchills as low as 30 degrees below zero. so think about it. you got to be smart. it's going to be really cold this weekend. i speak really slowly when it's dramatic. >> for the emphasis i felt it john. it worked. if you are traveling this morning then let's help you out here. in medford route 112 is closed in both directions at park avenue. it's due a police investigation that is underway there. a live look at one of the hundreds of cameras this is in queens and road work has at least one lane blocked on northbound side of the van wyck expressway. but unfortunately heavy delays now back to liberty avenue and not a great alternate through the areament but some good news as far as it goes for mass transit. everything is on or close to schedule for you and alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday and meter rules are still in effect and remember be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. in money watch this morning, stock futures are up. while some markets overseas are
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>> cbs2's jill wagner is live at the new york stock exchange with us for more. >> reporter: another down day today in asia. nikkei dropped 2% and china's stock market still closed for the lunar new year and here on wall street stocks finished lower for the a third stray in a row yesterday. the losses weren't terrible. the dow fell 12 points the nasdaq dropped 14. and energy companies really sparked the selloff. the price of u.s. crude oil sank again. on the bright side, the government now predicts the average price of a gallon of regular gas nationwide will stay below $2 a gallon this year. so that hasn't happened since 2004. and virginia really is for lovers. this valentine's day amazon put together a list of the 20 most romantic cities. this is based on sales of romance novels and relationship books and romantic comedies and music. alexandria, virginia is number one. followed by miami and knoxville, tennessee. new york didn't even crack the top 20. now by the way amazon says when
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mood they turned to barry white. his most requested song on amazon echo "can't get enough of your love babe." chris and mary? >> new york not even making the list? all right. thank you. >> news of a possible fire at one world trade lit up social media last night but the fdny says there was nothing to worry about. what looked like steam coming off the skyscraper last night but many people thought it was smoke a fire. one person tweeted apparently the freedom tower is on fire but iffy any says it's not. the fdny tweeted -- quote we can confirm there's no fire to report at the wtc. the steam reportedly came from the hvac system. the fit bit activity trackers helped a couple learn they were expecting a baby. check out this dialogue that played out online.
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own posted a note and don read it asking in anyone could -- if anyone could figure out why his wife's heart rate was so high. based on her activity level and another user raised the possibility of pregnancy and one man looked into it and he wrote -- ling and the next day, after a home pregnancy test the user returned to red dit with the happy news i'm going to be a dad. >> congratulations. >> there you go. imagine being able to see exactly what you would look like with plastic surgery before actually going under the knife. maybe change the shape of your nose or chin or lift up your cheeks. >> the scariest part of surgery is the fear of the unknown. >> turns out one in five patients is unhappy with their plastic surgery results this could change all that. tonight at 11:00 dr. mechanics reveals his mu -- max reveals
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is new try it before you buy approach. >> you know back to that -- that reddit conversation. he texted oh my god and i nearly got one -- omg and then there was a smiley face. going to give you the rest of the conversation. up next gwen stefani's instagram picture that left fans guessing. >> but first the cbs2 scoreboard. knicks lose on the ice the devils beat the oilers 2-1. and
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welcome back to "cbs2 news this morning," you're listening to used to love you. ever since the song came out fans have been eagerly awaiting one of the tracks would appear on the upcoming album. yesterday she posted this photo of what appears to be a hands written album list on instagram. some of the titles are -- used to love you is also listed there. still no release date for the album. but after the reveal on social media, some fans have been wondering if some of the songs could be about her ex, gavin ross dale. or about her current boyfriend blake shelton. ooh. >> what will it be? >> what she likes to do when she's not singing? marcaine like you. that's what i'm looking forward to. john, this is an important one for you with all this cold coming in. >> oh. i remember when vic used to release the albums on instagram. on twitter. i tell you what, today you have a bit of a break. there is a little snow pushing through the area. but it's not a major storm.
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cloudy and if 33 in the city. now you look at the windchills the windchill in the city the air temperature reading but a lot of communities you have windchills in the to 20s -- 20s so gear up for it. mid 30s to right around 40. but that changes saturday. 20. on sunday, 19. i mean frozen solid. take care of the pipes. take care of all of the kind of the -- electronics in your life as well. because our forecast for sunday morning is 5, won't break the record. but we're definitely in that chill little ballpark. so -- chilly ballpark. just be ready for the weekend this weekend -- cold this weekend and then yeah president's day still below normal. hail to alex right now. well thank you john. good morning everyone. we have some changes for you. in medford route 112 is closed both directions at park avenue due to a police investigation that's underway. also in brooklyn there's an accident blocking the center
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bridge. and a live look at one of the hundreds of cameras in queens there's an accident blocking at least a lane on the northbound side of the van wyck expressway. so at the kew gardens interchange and not a great alternate through the area. plan accordingly here. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are still in effect and remember be safe, don't text and drive. chris over to you. okay thanks. shark attacks appear to be on the rise a new record was set last year for unprovoked shark attacked in the u.s. and worldwide. according to the report by the florida museum of natural history, there were 59 unprovoked shark attacks in the u.s. in 2015 beating out the record set in 2012 with 53 attacks. the report also says there were 98 unprovoked attacks across the world which beats the 88 record attacks in 2000. experts say more swimmers surfers and divers in the water factor into the increased numbers in the u.s. there's a quick fix to look slimmer taller and more confident all while improving your health.
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have to be a movie star to get it. it is up. it sounds hike nagging but it's actually helpful advice. >> good posture is aligning your joints and your body in a way that puts the least strain your honor muscles. >> but dr.-- on rearmostments. >> but the doctor -- on your muscles. >> but the doctor says the biggest mistakes are jutting the head forward, slumping the shoulders and crossing the legs and then there's the leaning to one side when driving. >> you have bad posturing over time you can have pain and have neck pain. headaches or upper back pain. low back pain. and overuse injuries. >> reporter: you can actively work to improve your posture to sit properly. >> feet flat on the floor and her hips back against the chair. chair. and then her head is neutral. it's right in line. it's not too far forward. >> reporter: to check your standing posture, stand about two inches from a wall. if you have good posture, your shoulder, head and back should
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space to slide one hand behind your lower back. while sitting or standing, here's a good tip for posture. >> imagine a string pulling from your head to the ceiling. >> that's good. just -- well john just a little bet straighter. a little bet more, there you go. see now -- >> i'm now straight. >> it is up straight. >> john we've got some issues today and then moving into the weekend. >> tell you what this cold is going to make you stand up straight. today a little snow but not too bad. it's this weekend with -- windchills may be 30 degrees below zero. several issues in brooklyn and queens this morning. that's coming up. >> thank you. the time is now 5:56. up next here this morning on cbs2 news, breaking news a deadly hit and run a teen struck and killed in queens and now the search is on for the driver. we will have a live report from the scene. >> plus, big wins for donald trump and bernie sanders in a big loss for chris christie. what is next for the candidate. cbs2 news' marcia kramer has a
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it tbeer it tfi. it is 6:00. is temperatures in the 30s on this wednesday, february 10th. some snow in parts of the tristate area today but the real story is the plunging temperatures heading our way. >> and i'm chris wragge. alex denis and john are starting by with traffic and weather together on the 2s. go. breaking news in queens. a deadly hit and run claims the life of a 16-year-old girl. and now the search is on for the driver who fled the scene. police have released a description of the vehicle. we will have the details live from the scene in just a we are going now to south carolina. we're going to win in south carolina. >> thank you new hampshire. and now it's on to nevada, south carolina, and beyond. >> that's right, the candidates are moving on this morning following the results of the new hampshire primary: donald trump took home the top prize for the gop vote and bernie sanders won over the democrats. but what about those who didn't win? including new jersey governor chris christie. marcia kramer has a report from
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more this morning about the suspect accused in a violent attack on the upper east side and no stranger to the law. what police are saying about the man accused of throwing a woman to the grounds and sexually assaulting her. i just came out one morning and i found my car on four bricks. >> thieves striking overnight on long island. leaving car owners without wheels to get to work the next morning. mow it's happened -- now it's happened more than 100 times and coming up on "cbs2 news this morning" why police say weather could be a factor when the criminals strike. we want to leave as soon as possible. we're -- we don't want to be here anymore. >> a nightmare at sea. delayed even further. the troubled royal caribbean cruise ship that was supposed to return to new jersey this morning in bayonne won't arrive until about 9:00 p.m. tonight. why the delay we'll explain still ahead. we have missed this song
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fans sisters disney hit could soon follow in the footsteps of "aladdin" going from the film to the stage the you can -- and you can see it live on broadway. >> get ready to wait in line for those tickets, traffic and weather together on the 2s. here's john. >> i will say this. our ownable aboved alex denis -- beloved alex denis as soon as the movie came out she said you know what? is this screams broadway. formulated as a movie. to. so let's see it's matinee day today. if you have tickets, you know what you're not in bad shape. there'll be a few passing flurries but more of a nuisance than anything else and at times it's rather pretty. numbers for you today if you have the tickets you will be in the upper 30s around show time. 33 right now. for our show time. we've got some light snow in the area to the west. clearing out a few more snow showers into parts of ulster and orange rockland and dutchess county. you know where we have seen -- i have some reports of an inch, inch and a half. it's enough to slow you down.
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but you have the on again off again snow showers today. tonight into your day tomorrow. warmest day of the week, today. trying to get you up to 40. but with the wind it feels colder. and then a lot colder into the weekend. so now, from traffic to broadway picks, here's alex denis. thanks john. good morning everyone. a lot of green out there on the major roadways in medford route 112 is still closed in both directions at park avenue. a police investigation is underway following an accident? shooting in the area, more on the story coming up for you. also the brooklyn a crash blocking the center ran on the southbound side of the -- lane on the southbound side of the bqe. delays now back totally and also in queens -- to the l.i.e.. and also in queens, there's an accident that has at least one lane blocked in the northbound side of the van wyck expressway. it's at the kew gardens interchange but heavy delays now are back to linden boulevard. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are still in effect. remember be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. thank you.
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a teenaged girl is dead now the hunt is on for the drivers mr. i say mow -- driver police say mowed her down and took off. >> cbs2's janelle burrell joins us live from the scene with more. janelle? >> reporter: well, chris that girl just 16 years old and trying to cross four lanes of traffic here at the busy intersection of francis louis boulevard and sunrise highway. when she was struck by that van. we want to show you some video of what the scene looked like earlier as police were collecting evidence and processing this scene. they say the girl was crossing the highway around 12:15 the morning and again this is at the intersection of francis lewis boulevard near sunrise highway when a van which they describe as being a dark brown rather struck her and kept going. that 16-year-old girl was in cardiac arrest rushed to jamaica hospital where doctors say she later died. police again this morning searching for the driver of the brown van.
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urged to contact the nypd. as for the 16-year-old girl, so far police have not released her name. reporting live this morning from queens, janelle burrell, cbs2 news. janelle thank you. breaking news from suffolk county. long island, a possible police- involved shooting in medford. it happened earlier this morning near a gas station at route 112 in jamaica avenue. a suspect and police officers suffered minor injuries. the officer was not injured by the gunfire. two suspects are now in custody. now to campaign 2016. and it's on to south carolina for most of the presidential candidates after yesterday's key new hampshire primary. donald trump was the big winner on the republican side. the latest vote count with about 90% of the precincts reporting and he is on top with 34%. that more than doubles his nearest rival ohio governor john kasich who came in a surprise second with 16% of the vote. on the democratic side, vermont senator bernie sanders handily beat hillary clinton. marcia kramer has the wrap-up
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thank you new hampshire. thank you. >> reporter: donald trump scored his first victory in the race. chalk it up to working class frustration with the economy and foreign policy. plus the threat of terror attacks from isis and the belief that america has lost its respect in the world. >> we are going to start winning again and we're going to win so much, you are going to be so happy. >> reporter: bernie sanders also benefited from a pushback by voters. who don't want to be force fed an establishment candidate like hillary clinton. >> i say you -- harness the energy and the excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed in november. [ cheering and applause ] >> i still love new hampshire. and i always will. i know i have some work to do. particularly with young people. even if they are not supporting me now, i support them. >> reporter: the biggest winner of the night may be ohio
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>> you made it happen. >> reporter: he got fewer than half the votes of trump but emerged from the pack of the establishment republicans that also includes jeb bush, marco rubio and chris christie. >> we never went negative because we have more good to sell. >> reporter: the biggest loser, rubio, who had been polling in second place until an embarrassing debate performance on saturday. >> our disappointment tonight is not on you, it's on me. >> reporter: bush has the war chest to remain in the race for a while and ted cruz who won iowa could get the wind back in his sails when the race heads to south carolina. for the democrats, today is new strategy day. bernie sanders is in harlem to have breakfast with the reverend al sharpton to discuss ways to attract minority voters to his campaign. for hillary clinton, it's staff meetings on new strategy but a more immediate discussion, whether she should open new lines of attack against bernie sanders when they meet in their next debate on thursday.
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i'm marcia kramer, cbs2 news. >> meanwhile, governor chris christie has left the campaign trail and returned home to new jersey after a disappointing sixth place finish. >> we leave new hampshire tonight without an ounce of regret. not for the time we've spent, and for the thousands of people tonight in new hampshire who will have voted for us. we'll move down the road from here and based upon the results tonight in what's best in this order -- for my family, for my state, and for my country. and i thank you all very much. [ applause ] >> christie told supporters he'd be reviewing the final vote count before making a decision on the future of his campaign. well, new this morning the nypd announced organizational changes to its commands structure. among chem the department is -- them the department is creating the position of city wide operations chief to supervise the specialized units including emergency services and aviation
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in another change, the chief of detectives will now handle almost all investigative resources including those involved with organized crime. a new clue in a violent attack on the upper east side. >> plus the teen gives up after this discushing video goes viral. what happened when cbs2 tried to question him outside of court. >> never never too old for -- you're never too old for twitter. how america's longest married couple is using social media to spread the love this valentine's day. >> that is adorable. i can't wait. hashtag #melting. all right, we've got some flakes out the door. not for everyone. can't rule out a few flurries this afternoon. as well. with a few breaks of the gray skies to show a little sun. 40 but yeahs the going to get
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the 2s coming up. it is that time. 6:12. time for traffic and weather together on the 2s. john? >> love my weather watchers, so always reporting showing up for duty right and early with these cool read, thank you daniel too. 29 greenwood lakes and some snow there reminding us that today is umbrella day today. not really going to be handy that much but some of the wet snow is actually nice to have an umbrella and christie is back. i hope you're feeling better chrissy. now has some snow there and you know parts of the hudson valley through parts of ulster into
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significant snow this morning. inch, inch and a half and it's wet and heavy. so yeah. major highways are just wet. but some of the side streets and driveways are very slippery. and i get a kick out of this. kasey has 28 and wishing he was a candidate so he could go to south carolina. appreciate this too from ron from the jersey shore. yeah, we've got still some high water want to give you an update it's now just flood advisories for monmouth, ocean, middlesex county and they wrap up in the next hour or so and then we have the advisories lingering longer for parts of long island. it's a graduated retirement of the advisories today. departures are not going to be in the two to four foot range. it's one to two so that is some good news and that's an improvement. definitely a marked improvement over the last few days. in the city, 33. winds are calm and relative humidity is at 78%. numbers around the area, these are your air temperature readings. from 27 in walden to about 33
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you throw in the wind and windchills retreat a bit. the air temperature is the windchill but we have windchills 27 in cost cop and 25 franklin and 25 matawan and 25 sea girt as well. 39 the hoped for high close to where we should be with the wind feels a -- feels a little cooler and this is the warmest day of the week. sun is up 6:57 and some flurries and breaks and then the sun sets at 5:24. here's what's happening right now chrissy talking about the nope up north. -- snow up north. pretty good coverage in the forks as well and now into parts of westernier gee. yeah a pit -- western jersey. yeah a bit more fill in with the breaks. the models not very aggressive. through tomorrow night, about a quarter of an inch and again that's an extended period to accumulate like that. the euro is a little bit more aggressive where we could see some of the readings between now and thursday night adding another inch to parts of the hudson valley. you know, the takeaway here is there's just not a lot of snow.
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anything that hits will be slippery. and then the big news is the big drop in numbers. 20 on saturday. just 19 on sunday with a morning low of 5. windchills colder than that. so you've got that to look forward to, what are you looking forward to as far as getting there alex? unfortunately slower than normal traffic in some areas john. in med forth, park avenue is closed due to a police investigation underway there. also in brooklyn there's an accident blocking the center lane on the southbound side of the bqe at the bridge causing heavier than normal traffic back to northern boulevard. that delay is growing for you. also in queens a live look outside. there's a crash blocking at least a lane on the northbound side of the van wyck expressway at the kew gardens interchange. heavy traffic now backed to rockaway boulevard and not a great alternate for the person that just tweeted me. hudson river crossings are just minor delays. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are in effect and be safe. don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. okay thank you. new this morning, police released the name and photo of a suspect in a manhattan assault and robbery.
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cbs2's andrea grymes has more andrea? >> reporter: well, chris and mary, police sources say this attacker actually told his victim have a nice day after the crime that took place over the weekend as you mentioned around 5:00 in the morning. now police say they know exactly who they are looking for. the any maryland says it's searching for this man. 32-year-old greg aanderson about -- gregory anderson. he's wanted for allegedly robbing and sexually assaulting a 36-year-old woman who was walking along east 94th street saturday morning. >> yeah, i walk this way a lot at night and it scares me to know that a woman got attacked. >> reporter: investigators say anderson grabbed the victim from behind and threw her to the ground after she crossed second avenue. he forced her to walk further down the block according to police. then stole $40 and groped her. the woman was able to get away and ran for help at a nearby
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we've concealed her identity but you can see her enter m and n market on second. but her attacker follow ld secs behind coming into the store claiming to be looking for his wife. >> reporter: the store employee says the victim had run into the back stock room and down into the storage areament where she hid from her attacker until police arrived. you said she was crying and she was scared? >> yeah. cry is -- and like tremble. >> reporter: shaking. >> yeah. >> reporter: the nypd says this photo of anderson is from a 2014 arrest for drinking in public. they hope someone recognizes him new and calls -- now and calls police. searchers say before the woman ran for help, anderson told her he felt bad and tried to return that stolen money. reporting live on the upper east side, andrea grymes, cbs2
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andrea thank you. a paterson, new jersey teenager seen an video is in custody this morning after vend earl to police yesterday. -- surrendering to police yesterday. >> is there any remorse? >> my client is not saying anything right now. >> the video posted to facebook shows the victim being knocked unconscious in december. the accused attacker 18-year- old christian gonzalez, he was 17 at the time of the assault. a second teen who shot the video and allegedly encouraged the attack surrendered last weekend and the lawyer says his client had a history of mental illness. lawmakers have a new tax proposal aimed to help residents with child care costs. democrats say families with young children should be allowed to defer some of the state income taxes to help them cover the cost of child care. proposal would let families keep up to $2,000 of their state taxes. the amount would be repaid over ten years interest free once the child has entered school. 6:18 on the next half hour, possible new link between painkillers and asthma.
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painting but this room is the real deal. how you could sleep inside a van gogh for $10 a night. >> stock futures are high they are morning after a third day of -- higher this morning after a third day of losses.
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crawling right into your favorite painting. check out this incredible real life reproduction of a work by vincent van gogh. it's part of the exhibit at the art institute of chicago. it's a replica of his famous painting and to spread the word the institute actually listed this bedroom on airbnb under his name. it's part of a larger apartment and rents for incredibly reasonable $10 a night. >> that is pretty neat. >> uh-huh. >> really neat. right now time for traffic and weather together on the 2s. what are you doing for $10? >> if it were an icer. what's the one with the stairs going up down? i get lost. >> as long as the paint is dry. >> yeah. >> all right here's the deal. it's going to be cold it's going to be so cold this weekend. want to make sure you're ready for it but you know what? mail is still going to make it and good morning to thomas matthew. east meadows post office watching right now. we appreciate that thomas and i know that irma drive loves you. i find out all the stuff. we're very big there. we appreciate that.
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some snow in the area, yeah on again off again snow showers for today. a break and then a few more tonight into tomorrow. it's going to be a bit breezy. 39 enjoy it because oh as early as tomorrow a ten degree drop much colder this weekend. >> wow. >> really does drop. thanks john. let's get to the commute this morning. >> yeah so we have speeds dropping in my department here in brooklyn an accident blocking the center lane on the southbound side of the bqe at the bridge. heavy delays back now to northern boulevard. a live look outside in queens unfortunately for you a slow ride as well due to an accident. at least one lane is blocked let's see if we can show it to you on the northbound side of the van wyck at the kew gardens interchange. heavy delays here now back to rockaway boulevard and not a smooth alternate. and an dent block -- accident blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the fdr drive. delays now back to the rfk triborough bridge. stick to the west side highway adds the -- as the alternate there. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday and meter rules are still in effect and remember be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you.
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the islanders take it to a shootout and the knicks begin the kurt rambis era. >> good morning everyone. coming up tonight the rangers will visit the penguins. last night the knicks hosted the wizards. carmelo anthony keeping the knicks in it. the late bucket to cut it to four. he had 33. they trialed a-- trailed by three with just seconds left. somehow he got this look and it's off and he falls down. knicks have now lost six straight. sweater number 30 hangs from the rafters. officially retired now. as for the game. the devils hosted the oilers. the game win score devils hold on for the victory. islanders in columbus tied it up late and it goes a shootout where kyle clutterbuck with the game winner. islanders pick up two big points 3-2 was your final. i'm otis livingston and that's your cbs2 sports update. okay this morning's two talkers love advice for a new generation.
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favorite coming to broadway. alex? >> here's some hints for you. what's hot and cold and incredibly hard to get? let it go, let it go >> that's the industry's prediction for tickets to see "frozen" on broadway. disney announced on twitter that a stage musical based on the megablockbuster film is now in the works. the 2013 film is the highest grossing animated feature in history. earning more than $1 billion worldwide. but you have to wait. queen elsa princess zanana and -- anna and o laugh are coming to can be ola -- and o laf are coming to broadway in 2018. >> i menaced this before -- mentioned this before but i graduated college with jennifer lee who wrote and directed. >> this little one may be railroad to go -- ready at that time. >> pulling in the favor. >> so this sunday valentine's day, hint hint don't forget. who better to give advice on
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married couple? john and ann of fairfield, connecticut tied the knot more than 8 # years ago. john -- 83 years ago. john is 104. the latest invention was the parking meter when they heard. on sunday -- married. on sunday they will tackle new technology twitter, tweet -- with the hashtag #longestlove. do you think wine will be in usually say like we're not dressed and we wine we dance and we have chocolate. >> they hook very happy. stress free. looking good. feeling good. all right alex thank you. >> i'm tweeting them on sunday. you and millions of others. get a receipt that will be nice. we have breaking news on long island. a possible police-involved shooting. update on is that coming. >> also the trip that just won't end. more rough seas delayed a battered cruise ship trying to return to new jersey. >> and this -- >> i just came out one morning and i found my car on four bricks.
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long island residents, thieves targeting their wheels and tires and why the weather affects when they strike. >> and take a look at this. how a skier mastered this 360 slow mo shot with his -- slow mo shot with his -- slomo shot
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the news continues after this. i never really gave much thought to the acidity in any foods. never thought about the coffee i was drinking having acids. it never dawned on me that it could hurt your teeth. he told me to use pronamel. it's going to help protect the enamel in your teeth. it allows me to continue to drink my coffee, and it was a real easy
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it is 6:30. 33 degrees on this wednesday, february 10th. the little snow today and then weirderring up for a -- gearing up for a bitter blastoff cold weather for the weekend. traffic and weather together on the 2s in a moment. >> the results are in. two candidates emerge on top of the new hampshire primary. but there's a surprising second place fin inner, but first -- finisher, buffers breaking news this morning. >> now the hunt is opinion for the driver who slam. >> good morning, i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm mary calvi. police in queens are searching for the drive who are hit a die. >> it happened just after midnight in the rose dale cbs2's janelle burrell following this story for us this morning. janelle? >> reporter: well, chris, it happened on a stretch of extremely dangerous. the 16-year-old girl was apparently trying to cross four lanes when a van hit her and did not stop. we have some video from earlier
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on the scene clearing the scene and collecting evidence. they athe girl was crossing francis -- say the girl was crossing francis louis boulevard near the intersection of sunrise highway around 12:15 this morning when a brown van hit her and kept going. the teen was rushed to jamaica hospital in cardiac arrest where she later died. so far police have not released the name of the victim. but again, at this hour they are searching for the driver of that dark brown van. anyone with any information is urged to contact the nypd. reporting live this morning from the rosedale section of news. janelle thank you. breaking news from suffolk county long island a possible police-involved shooting in medford. it happened earlier this morning near a gas station at route 112 and jamaica avenue. a suspect and police officer suffered minor injuries the officer was not injured by gunfire. two suspects are in custody. just about time for traffic and weather together on the 2s and over the john elliott for
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>> a little bit of light snow in the area and tonight with frequent breaks as well. numbers for you actually it's warm as we're going to be this week will be today. 33 in the city right now with calm winds. snow now filling in to more of hunterdon county into warren and somerset as well. and dutchess county yeah some measurable snow there. watch out for the slippery sidewalks can driveways and secondary roads and you get a sense of that, kind of that wraparound snow pattern with some breaks at times. even some bright blue skies. 39 your high today with the wind feels like just around 30. speaking of the windchills, just how cold will it be this weekend? how low will we go? we'll take a look at that in just a bit but right now how slow will you go? with alex. and excuse me, in some areas john, we have a major delay here let's first begin in medford. route 112 is closed in both directions at park avenue due police on scene investigating
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happened earlier this morning. we'll have more on this story dodge up. also in brooklyn there's an accident blocking the center ran on the -- lane on the bqe. heavy delays now back to northern boulevard. an accident has at least one lane block on the northbound side of the van wyck, prezway at the -- expressway and unfortunately the heavy delays are growing. now back to jfk. not a great alternate through the area. plan accordingly here. also in the city, there's an accident blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the fdr drive it is at 63rd street and you can see that heavy traffic is now back past the rfk triborough bridge to 135th street. much smoother on the west side highway so stick to that instead. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are still in effect and remember be safe, don't text and drive. and if you are traveling to the airport so far, everything is on or close to schedule at -- mary? okay thank you. new this morning the name and photo of a sex assault and robbery suspect has been released by the nypd. >> he's accused of attacking a woman in manhattan last weekend
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more live from the upper east side. andrea? >> reporter: well, mary and chris the nypd says they got a crime stoppers tip which helped identify the suspect wanted for robbing and sexually assaulting that woman. it happened around 5:00 this morning here on the upper east side. on saturday. take a look at the picture that police just released. they say they're searching for 32-year-old gregory anderson. who's about 5'7" and 145 pounds. investigators say a 36-year-old woman was walking on east 94th street when anderson grabbed her from behind and threw her to the ground after she crossed second avenue. he forced her to walk further down the block according to police and then stole $40 and groped her. sources say he told her to have a nice day and then actually tried returning the money claiming he felt bad. the woman though ran for help at a nearby store we've concealed her identity but surveillance cameras caught her entering m and n market on
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them to call police. her attacker actually followed seconds behind coming into the store the clerk says, claiming to look for his wife. >> reporter: the store employee says the victim had run into the back stock room and then down into a storage area where she hid from her attacker until police arrived. police say that picture of anderson is from a 2014 arrest for drinking in public. they ask anyone who might know whores to call police. -- where he is to call police. reporting live, alaska, cbs2 news. andrea grymes -- andrea grymes, cbs2 news. now to the 2016 primary. on the democratic side, vermont senator sander handily beat hillary clinton. 60% to 39%. donald trump was the big winner on the republican side. with about 34% of the vote. and in the surprising finish
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vote. >> you made it happen. >> we never went negative because we have more good to sell. >> florida senator rubio came in fifth. just behind jeb bush. chris grisettes returned to new jersey after placing sixth. and update on new jersey cruise sip that ran into -- ship that ran into stormy seas scheduled to return to port tonight. >> we should be docked alongside there cape liberty cruise terminal where you came on board at 9:00 in the evening. >> that was the captain of royal caribbean's anthem of the seas. saying the ship will dock at cape liberty in bayonne around 9:00 p.m. one passenger says they were initially told they'd return early this morning. video shows huge waves uponning the cruise ship as it -- pounding the cruise ship as it hit rough seas sunday. furniture was tossed. 4500 passengers were order today remain in the cabin -- ordered to remain in the cabin.
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we want to -- crying, we want to leave as soon as possible. we don't want to be here anymore. >> the national weather service had issued a strong weather alert four days before the ship left. new this morning images release odd temperature intercept a bronx assault and robbery. he attacked a 9-year-old worm -- 69-year-old man yesterday. the man made off with $700. the victim is in the hospital with a dislocated hip and shoulder and a bruised face. new video this morning of what police say is a man breaking into a brooklyn liquor store through the ceiling and you can see him crawling over the counter at mr. liquor in bed-stuy early thursday morning. and nypd says the man stole $10,000 in cash and damaged several bottles of alcohol before leaving through the same opening in the ceiling. jury deliberations resume the morning in the trial of nypd officer peter liang. the panel got the case yesterday afternoon. liang is charged with
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2014 he was patrolling a dark stairwell in the pink houses with the gun drawn and he says a noise startled him and the gun went off accidentally. now bullet ricocheted off the gurley. >> what happened here is a tragedy. a terrible tragedy. but it's not a crime. >> the shot that he fired hit off the wall. it's no accident. >> the prosecutor claims liang was caming for gurley who was unarmed and liang faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted. after nearly ten months the famed carnegie deli has opened its doors once again. the restaurant shut down last april after coned crews found the business had been improperly siphoning natural gas for more than five years. the owner didn't know about the illegal tapping and paid the gas. tenants spent months without gas for heating and cooking. heat was restored a few weeks ago finally.
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still ahead how the man got stuck for four days in his newspaper stand. >> plus a warning about more than 100 tire thefts, why you could be at risk, tonight. and this -- >> me and my family are very heart broken. >> a plea to find the therapy dog who belongs to a very special little boy on staten island.
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celebrating a new family bond. celebrate mass today at st. patrick's cathedral to mark ash wednesday. thousands of catholics are expected today stand in line there from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. waiting to receive ashes and in brooklyn bishop demars owe will
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of congregants as he celebrates mass. today is the first day of lent a 40 day period of prayer penance and sacrifice to prepare for easter. a check of the forecast today. some snow falling this morning. >> i've decided to give up cold temperatures for lent but i won't be able to do that unfortunately. so here's the deal. we've got some snow in the area and show you a batch of moving snow through parts of the jersey. half an inch to maybe an inch and the problem is even though the numbers aren't big it could still make the roadways very slippery. watch out for that. the radar in a minute. in the city right now, whoo. i tell you what, if you were at the surface you'd have no problem seeing in front of your face. but yeah when you look down through the clouds, yeah, looks a little gray. some flurries now. teterboro and in the city as well and winds are calm and numbers around the area, well 32 in greenwich and 32 belmar and 30 sparta. now that's actually warmer than it was this time yesterday.
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sparta today. it's his birthday. guess what? yesterday his boiler went out. like he's going into the coldest weekend of the year, poor guy. i guess they're going to do a go fund me or something. the -- fund me or something. the poor guy needs a new boiler. make sure you're ready for the cold the weekend. 9 today police close where -- 39 today pretty close to where we should be. but sunday 19. saturday 20. get a load of this. windchills sunday morning 20 to 30 degrees below zero. in the city 15 to 25 below zero, parts of the catskills could see windchills as low as 40 degrees below zero, that's a dangerous air mass so make sure you're ready for that. snow continues to come down in ports of rockland and dutchess county. the national weather service just sent this out. the problem is it just comes down fast. and limits visibility. and slickens the roadways. immean you're not shoveling much but it will slow you down
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relatively quiet thursday into friday and then the big chill this weekend. quarter to 7:00. let's get you there with alex. will the of delays in the -- lot of delays in the area john. we have an accident blocking the center lane on the southbound aid of the bqe at the kosciuszko bridge. heavy delays now back to northern boulevard. in queens a crash that just cleared on the northbound side of the van wyck expressway at the kew gardens interchange. unfortunately though we have lingering delays that sill stretch back to jfk. fdr drive at 63rd street. the dies are back -- delays are back to 135th street and much smoother ride on the west side highway. so go out of your way for a better commute there. subway changes due problems, manhattan bound j. and queens bound m. trains are running with delays. mass transit the rest of it -- flush everything is on or close to schedule for you and alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. and meter rules are still in ifect and remember be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. okay thank you. police on long island are
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spree. very troubling too. they say thieves are striking during the night steeling tires and leaving cars sitting on bricks. >> this what happened more than 100 times -- happened more than 100 times and cbs2's carolyn gusoff has more. >> reporter: a neighbor pointed out a morning shocker to juanita gonzalez. the mercedes in her hempstead driveway was propped up on bricks. >> you feel violated. >> reporter: it's familiar feeing to -- a familiar feeling to a dr. . >> i just came out one morning and i found my car on four bricks. >> reporter: his brand new honda stripped of all tires and rimsen it's the second time tire thieves have struck on his valley stream block. nassau police count 117 cases since september. more than two dozen since the new year. the thieves targeting newer model mercedes, hondas and toyotas. striking overnight as you can see the this surveillance video
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video it takes just seconds to swipe sets of tires and rims worth # thousand dollars -- $3,000. >> think about a nascar race. usually within 30 seconds all the tires are off. >> reporter: woodley even installed locks two on each wheel and police advise make sure your driveway is well lit and the possible garage your car and install surveillance cameras. they say they're stepping up patrols in the meantime in areas hardest hit. gonzalez didn't hear the tires ripped off. thieves often strike during stormy weather to mask the sounds. >> if you're in the house and then you hear a thump, usually you think it's a tree limb or something else. you're not necessarily going to look out your car at that point. >> reporter: police are warning others to remain on alert and say thieves could be driving around neighborhoods to look for targets and loosening lug nuts in advance. a staten island woman is searching for her grandson's therapy dog. the little boy's cousin posted
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>> me and my family are very heartbroken. >> online -- >> i don't want to believe that he's dead somewhere. thank you. but please give him back. >> and online plea has over 19,000 pleas on facebook. the policeman misses him especially -- family misses him especially 5-year-old roman. on saturday night roman's grandmother came home to find the front door unlocked and gate opened and charlie was gone sadly. the family is offering a $500 reward for charlie's return. in los angeles, a man is recovering after he spent at least four days trapped in his outdoor vending stand with no food or water. officers pulled the 84-year-old man out of the wooden structure on monday and somehow locked himself inside. while he was selling newspapers. he was trapped in unseasonably warm weather until someone heard him monday afternoon and called police after being rescued he was taken to the hospital.
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morning an alert for mothers. a new study says there's new evidence that taking acetaminophen during pregnancy increases asthma in a child. researchers in norway and england found a consistent link between children having asthma a age 3 and having been exposed to the painkiller during the mom's pregnancy. also the three things you need to master this 360 slow mo shot. >> but first otis livingston has the morning's sports update. >> nicks lost to the wizards. the devils nipped the oilers 2- 1 and the islanders beat the blue jackettings 3-2 in a shootout. coming up tonight the rangers
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so go ahead, inhale life, excite your senses, seize the day and the night. flonase. six is greater than one. this changes everything. welcome back to "cbs2 news this morning." on this wednesday, february 10th. 33 degrees out there. but it's goating cold for the weekend, we have traffic and weather together on the 2s in just a moment. cake, look at this guy. likely putting your iphone pictures to shame certainly mine. take a look at nicholas' signature slow mo swirl shot. swiss skier accomplished this incredible feat with an iphone and a tether and lots of practice. he says it took him nearly two years to perfect this. >> two years? wow.
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traffic and weather together on the 2s. talk about cold weather john. >> took him two years and we showed it in 20 seconds. we've got some clouds overhead right now. and some flurries in the city. 33. winds are calm. relative humidity is at78%. know continue -- snow continues to fault i mean it's accumlating and sticking and it's slick through parts of dutchess county. that passing snow shower through rockland into westchester county ask then yeah maybe a half inch to an inch out of this. slowly pushing through at about 15 miles an hour. the problem is, morning roadways everything is busy. it's going to be slippery and please let's not have any accidents with this stuff. it's snow. slow down a bit. there'll be some breaks and then a few more flurries will fill in this afternoon. your high today 39. that afternoon breeze makes it feel cooler a few leftover snow showers and 26 feeling like 15 tonight. feels like it's already slowing in marts of the area right -- parts of the area right alex? we have an accident blocking to lanes on the southbound of the fdr drive.
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and heavy delays back past the rfk triborough bridge and now to 135th street and growing. it's a much smoother commute on the west side highway. so go out of your way i would suggest that. there's also a disabled vehicle blocking a lane on the brooklyn bandoleer level of -- low level of the very seay know bridge. back to the lincoln tunnel a to minute delay around the helix portion here and a 20 minute wait at the holland as well as the george washington bridge. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. meter rules are in effect and be safe, don't text and drive. uh-uh. watch this story here, this is a good one. in new jersey twin sisters have yet another bond between them. they both became new moms just six minutes apart at the same time at the same hospital. >> stephanie and nicole delivered their daughters cora in camden county, both babies came early. >> we actually had a doctor's appointment today because we were due on friday. so we got there and they're like you have to go to the hospital and then we get a call that nicole and rich are on
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>> now their daughters share a birthday just like their moms and twin sisters were themselves born three minutes apart. >> talk about beautiful -- i mean -- two beautiful families right there. >> beautiful moms congratulations. gayle king and charlie rose join us with a preview. >> hi you two, donald trump will be here in studio 57 live in and color. we'll also talk with john kasich and jeb bush. >> must be the market for -- plus the market for genetic tests is booming but is there proof it works? part two of the cbs news investigation. >> did you know what you eat can affect lou you sleep? -- how you sleep? the news is back in the morning. chris wragge. no cupcakes for you. see you in a few minutes. >> oh you haven't seen what we have in craft services then. >> oh okay. >> lovely cupcakes. what you need to know
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enfyatrn anunveri. the e e ndofitybos,e afmeofomrc here's what you need to know before you go. on long island in suffolk county a possible police- involved shooting in fed forth. a -- medford. officer wasn't injured by gunfire and two suspects are
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a 16-year-old girl is dead and now the hunt is on for the driver police say mowed her down and took off. it happened overnight on francis louis boulevard in the rose dale section and police say they're searching for a brown van. >> this man is suspected in a sex assault and robbery on the upper east side. last weekend gregory anderson is accused of attacking a woman between second and third avenues ated 4th street. he -- at 94th street. he told her to have a nice day after. jury deliberations resume this morning in the trial of nypd officer peter lie i can't think charged -- liang charged with manslaughter in the shooting of gurley in 20146789 he claims -- 2014. he claims his gun went off accidentally and probation reports say -- prosecutors say he was aiming for gurley who was unarmed. governor chris christie is back home in new jersey this morning after a disappointing sixth place finish yesterday in new hampshire. christie told supporters he'd review the final vote count before making a decision on the future of his campaign. alex for traffic. >> if you are traveling the morning in brooklyn there's an
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lane on the southbound side of the bqe. it's at the kosciuszko bridge and heavy delays now are back to northern boulevard. and also an accident blocking two lanes on the southbound side of the fdr drive at 63rd street. we have some delays that ebb and flow back to 135th. alternate side is suspended today for ash wednesday. still need to pay the meters and remember be safe, don't text and drive. john? >> be safe, there's a little bit of snow in the area, not talking about big accumulating amounts of snow. but some passing snow showers you can see it right there to the west of the city. that will give you maybe a coating to half an inch or so and it's cold enough it's going to stick and make things very slippery. your day today, the warmest of the next few. 29 tomorrow. windchills much colder than that. the really arctic air takes over this weekend. >> john thanks so much and we'll have another check of news and weather coming up in 25 minutes. >> thanks for watching. i'm mary calvi. >> and i'm chris wragge. "cbs this morning" is next. [ captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838
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