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live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 4:30. currently 37 degrees, milder temperatures today, going to be a wet one, drizzle, heavy rain coming up. traffic and weather on the 2's in a moment. also the latest campaign 2016 drama unfolding results from the nevada caucus when donald trump takes a victory three in a row. and a matter of fairness to licensed taxi owners, cbs 2 janelle burrell is live from the airport. simply swiping their phone to order car service that may no longer be the case.
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using the app on your phone, quick and often cheaper than other options. it is less than getting a lemo. companies like uber and lyft will no longer operate at new york airport or station. it appears to be on again following through announcing drivers will be ticketed and towed, it requires all commercial vehicles to pay to have licenses. . she is an uber driver when the ban was supposed to take affect. jeff, president of the limousine association of new jersey spoke with cbs 2 by phone believes it is a public
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we are thankful that the authorities are finally recognizing the public safety ultimately is in jeopardy because of the concern with lack of insurance, lack of background and fingerprint checks that all other passenger drivers have to comply with. as of last week uber told the drivers said instead of trying to restrict competition and consumer choice, newark should be welcoming the thousands of drivers who use uber for income and support their families. the mayor says the state legislature needs a legislation to ensure and enforce these new rules. reporting live from newark airport. 4:32. let's get over to john and traffic for 2's. all of a sudden it started blowing the wind is going to be
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around our area, yeah wind is going to start to fill in, also dealing with yeah wet weather later right now it is light rain, drizzle, it is fog, that wind out of the east starting to build in, that's why we don't have any dense fog advisories light rain. absolutely. a hint of pink on the screen to the north, still a bit of icing this is round two that heavy rain responsible for destructive storms over night in the southeast we'll tap into some of that energy this is interesting too. 45 at lunchtime. then 5:00 at night you're at 55. going to warm up in the evening when we anticipate strengthening of the storms as well. talk about strong. she is traffic strong and ready to help. here is alex. if you are traveling in new jersey unfortunately you have changes.
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45-mile per hour speed restriction from dri scrol bridge, anticipate that for your ride, a life look at the queens midtown tunnel, that other tube is taking the two way traffic currently you are delay free. the george washington bridge closed for construction you are delay free not only here lincoln and holland tunnels still flowing freely, alternate side is in affect city wide be safe don't text and drive. chalk up another victory for donald trump. the president front runner won his third contest taking the nevada caucus by a wide margin. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: after picking up a third victory donald trump continues his winning streak with an eye on super tuesday. >> we've had great numbers coming out of texas, amazing numbers coming out of tennessee
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an amazing two months. we might not even need the two months, folks to be honest all right? the billionaire front runner garnered much of his support from voters who are dissatisfied with the government. >> political correctness is destroying us. >> i think he is here for the people and i think he wants to win. >> the win gives trump the majority of the delegates in the state bringing him closer to clenching the gop nomination. i think he is well positioned to really sweep across the board. >> as trump continues to gain momentum the rest of the gop field is battling out to become the alternative. >> polls show a majority of caucus goers. the senator addressed supporters shortly after polls closed. >> one week from today will be the most important night of
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night in texas before voters in 11 states pick their choice for commander and chief. danielle nottingham, las vegas, nevada. severe storms have been slamming the south damaging homes and businesses across louisiana, drivers came to a standstill on this road, paralyzed by what lay in their path, all that's left of an rv park is piles of plywood, over turned trailers dozens of first responders, two confirmed dead, 7 injured as well as 30 people treated for minor jerried. looks like the wind just dipped down, that's what it did. i can see metal and wood debris flying through the air. some of the damage is in prayerville where the roof and
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and a two-year-old died in a fire, said to have been home alone at the time of the fire. police say that at about 3 hours after the fire broke out, leyla akeno alerted investigators that her daughter was missing the girl's body was found under a bed, no word yet what caused the fire. new information on the city teacher kicked out for allegedly hurting a student, o'teacher at ps194 accused of assaulting an acting in a matter injurious to a child. the mother says her 7-year-old son suffered bruises on his back. cbs 2 confirmed he has had at least four disciplinary actions against him in the past. in arrest in one of the city's recent slashings 16-year- old of manhattan charged with assault and criminal possession. he was caught on camera last week near silver spurs
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leave he returned with a box cutter and slashed a busboy, the grandmother came to the defense when confronted by reporters. >> why did he do it, ma'am? >> that man punched him in the face he got what he deserved. the slashing victim needed 137 stitches. prosecutors are expected to go before the state supreme court asking the judge to put michael stakeel back in jail, for the murder of his neighbor martha. he was freed after 11 years in 2012 when a judge granted him a new trial. an officer is waking up at home after his release from the hospital. officer william and his familywelcomed the show of support of officers and firefighters, suffered a gunshot wound to his hip.
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he allegedly pointed a gun, drove away and crashed into a patrol car. another officer shot in his bullet proof vest was released from the hospital on monday. an mta driver takes a bus for a joyride. take a look at these moments caught from a police dash cam. two workers trapped how they were safe from 62 stories up. 62 stories up right now, you are socked in we've got fog, light rain and drizzle, chilly too, soaking rains later
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soar. . close call for a florida sheriff's deputy, stopped alongsarasota county when they headed the wrong way in a break
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th21-year-old driver was drunk, traveling in the wrong direction for more than 6- miles. he was arrested charged and later released. okay time now 4:42. time for weather and traffic on the 2's. as you get ready to face the roads, conditions will deteriorate in the afternoon and over night, dealing with potential for heavy rain, isolated thunderstorm possible. readings right now, it is a little chilly but i'll tell you what not cold enough, 35. he says, i wish it was snow. so you know what i like what daniel sent in. that's snow223, that's all the snow he got on a car look at here walter sending in this, i think it is just deer they are out looking for. that's another thing i watch out for they are all over the place too. you have that that you're dealing with in addition to some fog some rain and heavy rain this afternoon.
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what's going on in the city. this is what's going on in the city. drops on the lens light rain and drizzle. we have some fog in the area more clouds being mixed around by the east wind. you have a buffet that east wind at 21 also drives the wind chill down, 30 in monticello, 40 in the hamptons down through babylon, jersey shore, it is a few degrees warmer but with the wind that 37 in the city, that feels like 29. wind chill, 24. freezing in edison, 23 in belmar. the concern is possibly a little sleet still? a little bit of ice you get a hint of that through parts of sullivan, other than that light rain you have puddles from the rain yesterday. big area of low pressure, cold enough for snow down into
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we're concerned about tornados from georgia down into florida and tap into the heavy rain later. let's time it out now to midday, it is just light rain kind of a blessing for the morning commute. damp roadways but just light rain, by the middle part of the day we see pockets of heavier rain and then through the afternoon commute into the evening that's when you are seeing a few more and possibly some isolated thunderstorms. look at that line. holding together, pushing through early tomorrow morning maybe boomers going on as well. the concern rainfall rates with that could lead to localized flooding. thursday is the opposite of today, today we warm up into the evening. thursday you're warm in the morning and turns chilly and quite cool friday, won't feel like it with blustery chill and the coldest day of the weekend saturday, nice recovery into sunday. you've recovered from me now, let's see what's going on with alex.
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commute, if you are traveling the garden state park way has a 45 miles per hour speed restriction from the exit 171 to the new york state line, slippery records reported there salt trucks are going through the area, we'll let you know when that clears out but for now you have a speed restriction. construction blocks the southbound lane on 76th street, traffic still getting by at the queens midtown tunnel, it is construction again that has the tube shut the other taking two way traffic currently delay free. alternate side is in affect be safe don't text and drive. here is a look at stories making news, u.s. health officials are investigating more than a dozen zika infections that may have been spread through sex. spread mainly by mosquito bites
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president obama says the president of guantanamo bay cuba is a drain on resources and quote contrary to values. he unvailed his plan to shut it down. leaders quickly restated their opposition. ramone castro, the older brother of fidel and raul, he was a famer, he was 91. and stocks down today after a day of losses on wall street yesterday, they came with another drop in the price of crude oil in concern over the economy, the industrial average fell, the s and p500 lost over 24. and protests gathered nationwide with the battle over encryption, about the iphone
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bernardino killers, they plan to argue that the judge over reached her use of an obscure law and infringed on the company's first amendment rights. chocolate maker mars, after plastic was found in one of its products the recall does not affect most candy bars sold in the u.s., the exception is products sold at duty free outlets only products that read mars netherlands is affected by the recall. and high sodium recalls on menus, challenging the measure the law affects restaurants with more than 15 outlets here or nationwide. they are required to post warnings on individual items that contain more than a whole day's recommended little for sodium. it is supposed to take affect next week. a scare where two window washers had to be plucked from the hotel.
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that they were working on the 62nd floor. firefighters had to break a window. we're told the window washers were laughing saying it is all part of the job. a former mta bus charges is after she took a city bus on a joyride yesterday. she may be looking for work. >> reporter: a former mta bus operator back in the driver's seat. this time, illegally. joyride. >> when i see the bus not driving normally. the mta says they asked her to stop smoking or get off the m101. she refused at the next corner at 97th and third, they transferred buses for safety. >> that's when headley fired for extended absence got back to work on her own time.
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knowing that she had to be something mentally wrong, wow. >> police say headley travel on north third, and stopped by 100th street in the upper corner of the screen you can see the bus caught on surveillance video. >> it was two buses stopping the other one from going. that's when the police showed up. >> there was four or five, i noticed they had a lady in the car. the woman was taken here tometropolitan hospital for an evaluation, facing a charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle. cbs 2 news. facing up to 1 year behind bars ifconvicted. arrested in the fatal new jersey turnpike crash.
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. 4:52. over to you, john, wet out there. look at this. it is soupy, nothing is on sale. we are dealing with fog, light rain drizzle, cool temperatures, 37 wind out of the east at 21 miles per hour. now we are going to warm up, some folks could see 60 tonight. it is later in the day when these numbers start to head up it turns wet and messy. as far as potential rain parts of the area depending where those bands set up could see over 2 inches of rain during the course of the day today and into the early morning hours of your thursday. it is light rain now but remember after a few breaks, we tap into that heavier rain later. make sure you've got the rain gear and thinking smart. what do we have to think about smart right now alex? we have the weather affecting the roadways the garden state park way there is
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restriction in place from the are underway. outbound construction on the lower level of the george washington bridge under the apartments is blocking two lanes, these are stretching back to webster after inbound lower level of the george washington bridge closed for construction as well. be safe, don't text and drive. chris and mary, back to you. thank you so much. looking for a new job? your search starts here, we pulled the data who is hiring and which industries and how much. >> if you look at the type of job we are showing huge gains in this big cluster calling creative. >> whether you are just out of school, finding a job doesn't have to be difficult or overwhelming tonight cbs 2 has where the jobs are how you can land one.
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donald trump in nevada, too close to call for a second spot. also how is this possible? a toddler sentenced to prison, the strange case in egypt. and construction controversial sarah jessica parker reportedly purchased a multimillion dollars home in manhattan but neighbors are not happy to have the sex and the
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they have 9 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms. you do, you need 9 bedrooms when you live in the city. this one today, this one later. a lot of people are doing it though, combining the two. >> more power to them. >> carry the umbrella when you're walking down the street. it is going to be windy and wet. good boots and smart. the afternoon commute clearly is going to be worse but we already have changes if you are traveling to the george washington bridge outbound. 4:57 who came in second was it ted cruz or marco rubio? a 2-year-old killed in a brooklyn fire now her mother is under arrest. a proposal that would allow heroin addicts to inject themselves.
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cbs news begins in 90 seconds. . this is cbs 2 news this morning. rainy day today, 37 degrees, coming up in 5:00 on this wednesday, february 24th. warmer temperatures today, again, dealing with the umbrella. don't forget the rain gear
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on the 2's in a moment. nevada hands donald trump its win but neck and neck for rubio and cruise. a fatal fire in brooklyn that killed a toddler why his mother is under arrest. we begin with a mother whose child was left home alone only to die in a fatal fire. we are joined from the 81st precinct with more. >> reporter: 24-year-old leyla is in custody, her daughter never made it out of that burning home. >> firefighters thought they got everyone out of that home engulfed in flames tuesday morning until 2-year-old mother ran up to the burnt home notifying them her daughter was inside at the time. and now missing.
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here is video of the little girl celebrating her second birthday, calina's husband described the vibrant toddler. >> she was a beautiful 2-year- old girl. two hours after extinguishing the flames they discovered her body on the top floor of 755 monroe street under a bed. family members couldn't account for the mother's whereabouts that morning immediately leyla was being questioned by police at the 81st precinct. charged over night with endangering the welfare of a child and wreckless endangerment. >> police are still investigating firefighters still trying to determine the cause of this fire, live at the 81st precinct, cbs 2 news. time now just about time for traffic and weather on the 2's with john elliot. you kind of have to work your way through it and plan on
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it deteriorates during the course of the afternoon that's when we'll see rain and wind and potential for flooding over night as well. we have drizzle wind out of the east at 21 makes it feel like the 20s. cold enough for just a hint of icing, possibility of a little sleet there, still sullivan, you'll see the warmer temperatures, temperatures in the sense we're not dealing with snow, sorry about that snow lovers, there is so much energy affiliated we could be dealing with inches of rain later today over night into the first early hours of your thursday. notice the numbers too, your high is much later in the day that warm air rolls in through the area tonight. let's get you rolling right now through some trouble spots early with alex. if you are traveling in new jersey kind of to echo what john said the garden state park way has a 45 miles per hour speed restriction from exit 145 again from exit 171 to the new
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operations are underway slick roadways reported so just be careful. outbound construction has cleared as you make your way to the lower level of the george washington bridge, we had major delays last time we checked in, these have eased out, inbound looking better as well closed for construction you can see the haze and the rain drops that means the elevated roadways are still slick but delay here and the hudson river crossings. be safe, don't text and drive. to election 2016 a big win for donald trump in nevada, that's three in a row. we are here with more from the campaign trail. good morning. nevada was the fourth consecutive state to bring in a record number turn out, this is a big one for donald trump days ahead of super tuesday, coming
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carolina and new hampshire who will be the main rival? currently the second place is between ted cruz and marco rubio. still too close to call. >> we love nevada. we love nevada. thank you. donald trump decisively won nevada's republican caucuses giving him victories in the west, the south and the northeast. >> if you listen to them, now we are winning, winning, winning the country. soon the country is going to start winning, winning, winning. nevada was also a critical test for senator marco rubio and senator ted cruz. they are still counting the ballots so we don't know the exact results. >> even a mid- a virtual try, both trying to be the alternative for trump. the reality that the first four states have shown is that the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and the
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donald trump is this campaign. the great thing to happen is nevada has been clear that the voters have two choices donald trump and marco rubio, i think we ought to let they will go head to head and let the voters decide who the nominee is going to be. from a distant fourth and fifth place, ben carson and john kasich don't appear to be bowing out just yet. i've had so many situations where people have said this is ill possible, it can't be done. so unless i hear those words i don't even get excited. you might have noticed we didn't hear from rubio or kasich because they actually weren't in nevada to see the results they were both campaigning in other states but all the candidates are expected to be in texas for their final debate before voters in 11 states pick their candidate on super tuesday.
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lyft no longer allowed at newark liberty airport. it is not share to licensed taxi owners, janelle burrell is live at newark liberty. it means less competition, travelers say means less convenience but officials say this is about enforcing the law. >> it is as easy as using an app on your phone. >> it is less than getting a lemo. companies like uber and lyft will no longer be able to operate at new york airport or penn station, it appears to be on again after a meeting of newark city council tuesday, they say the ride share company violates a city ordnance requiring commercial vehicles to pay to have ordnances. >> it is so convenience, i love uber. she is an uber driver picking up fares when the ban was
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he understands how his work may be cutting in the profits of traditional cab and limo companies. he said he believes it is a public safety issue as well. >> because of the concern with lack of insurance lack of background and fingerprint checks that other passenger drivers have to comply with. as of last week uber had not told the drivers to not stop operating in newark, instead trying to restrict competition and consumer choice, they should be welcoming the thousands of drivers who choose to earn income and support their families. the city, the mayor of newark says it is up to the state to create legislation to enforce this policy. reporting live outside of newark airport. janelle burrell, cbs 2 news.
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deadly crash on the jersey turnpike. scott hand is charges with two counts of manslaughter and vehicular homicide, rear ended a car at the toll plaza sending it to the tolls and oncoming eastbound traffic. hit by a van killing a 6-year- old girl and father. the van drive was not seriously hurt, han is being held with $1 billion cash. and the confessed killer in michigan, surveillance ill imagines show him the day he went on his rampage. dalton was laughing and joking and bought a tactical jacket, other gun shop owners say he was a repeat customer, admitted to killing 6 people and wounding two ors at random. it is 5:08. a proposal in new york, why a
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heroin clinic where patients can inject themselves. how can a toddler be sentenced to life in prison? ladies listen up how to save time and money on make up we test out virtual beauty apes. and weather man too, a little concealer here and there. not going to conceal this anymore. you need a coat because it is chilly, and an umbrella now and later make sure it is a small one later the wind kicks in
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it tbeer it tfi. . it is 5:12. time for traffic and weather on the 2's. you ready? it is going to be kind of a dynamic, certainly interesting day, but my concern for you is, you're not the one stuck in flooding, you're not the one seeing those brake lights this afternoon. so plan on it make sure you have the gear make sure you know that it is going to be a little slow this afternoon and into tonight. this morning look at the lonely drop cutting a little path, there he goes right there, bye- bye he is on his way. do you see that jen? isn't that sweet? he said i want to be on tv and he blew it. drizzle and 37 winds, 13, to 14 miles per hour. look at here jeffersonville down to middletown you're in the critically cold enough air mass where you could see a little bit of icing radar is picking up we don't have any advisories to tell you about
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the 40s, jersey shore, spring lakes. with the window it does feel like 28 in the city. that's why we say, you need a coat something that can keep you dry a raincoat with a liner might be a better choice than a winter coat today because you are dealing with a lot of moisture. 53 the high today, you know, kind of sort of, but this could be one ovators days where we have to actually look to the evening hours to register the high, definitely above normal. ultimately. 6:38 your sun rise time, sunsets at 5:41. by then, pockets of heavier rain, light rain with sleet into orange county as noted earlier with cooler temperatures. then pretty good coverage up of the light rain. this fills in powerful enough to pull in major snow through parts of the show me state down into arkansas, now it is the snow me state, we've got the leading edge of this where we
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we feel some of the energy of this tonight a wind advisory kicks in through early tomorrow morning through coastal areas could see 50 miles per hour wind gusts so some damage from the wind you've got warm air on the move today, heavy pockets of rain later and then it is busy over night. wet, gusty, isolated thunderstorms, potent and powerful winds, it is the inverse of today, hit the high early, feels cooler in the afternoon, cool friday into saturday. sunday, looking better. hopefully your ride is looking better what's going on alex. we are seeing some of the weather weather affect commuters, in new jersey the garden state park way has a 45 miles per hour from exit 171 to the new york state line salting operations are underway there. slick roads reported here but in newark, in the express lanes
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approaching wilson avenue. in queens a crash blocking the left lane on the cross island park way at bell boulevard. delays here already back to northern boulevard. if you are traveling this morning to the airport, this is a grand central park way near la guardia, we are seeing 90 minute delay on arriving flights because of the rain and low visibility. we anticipate these numbers will continue to grow. alternate is in affect city wide. be safe don't text and drive. the physician for antonin scalia say he suffered from multiple health problems, in a letter he says scalia suffered more than high blood pressure, and sleep apny ya. died in texas at the age of 79. the family of eric gardner reached a $1 million settlement, garner said, i
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officer placed him in an apparent choke hold, the medical center dispatched paramedics according to court documents, they did not conduct an appropriate examination failed to provide garner with life save procedures. the hospital agreement is not part of the $6 million settlement the family reached with the city. happening today a morris county doctor charged with assaulting a boy on valentines day is due in court. dr. samuel was skiing with his son at the mountain resort when a 12-year-old snow border, punched the boy in the mouth and hit him with a ski pull, saying he had no intention of harming the boy and sorry for quote any misunderstanding. and hosting the heroin addict where they could inject themselves, opponents are against the idea.
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the state health department to approve a heroin clinic where medical professionals would watch as addicts shoot upstanding at the ready to intervene if someone should over dose the mayor says such clinics have worked in canada and europe to prevent them from shooting up alone where no one else could help them. >> it kills families, kills communities, been destroying the new york state area. >> more than 160 people died in nassau and suffolk counties, why nassau suffolk called this summit. ed ross says that is a better approach than what ithica's mayor is suggesting. have we ever really fully funded the treatment system and make sure there were adequate beds. >> ross says he understands he wants action to deal with the spreading epidemic.
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heroin is available and cheap. residents are divided on the legal heroin clinic. >> i think that's a crazy idea we should be helping addicts recover not encourage the use regardless of whether it is in a protected place. >> not in favor of, just you know people using the drugs but something has to be done. so if that's going to help them, for it. unless the state department calls a health crisis, they would need state approval. there were fewer than 200 deaths in heroin and other opiates a decade ago, there were almost 1,000 deaths. a toddler didn't receive a time out instead he had a life sentence in prison. the 3-year-old boy accused in court papers of various crimes committed during a protest in 2014 in favor of outed president muhammad. a judge cleared him after realized he'd be confused with
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the child was one of 115 people sentenced, joined criticism from human rights groups. you wonder what happened there. >> pretty good proof, i was not there. >> 5:19 still ahead a letter from a 20 something to her ceocomplaining about salary. we are getting a first look inside a train station in lower manhattan was it worth the enormous price tag. we'll have another check of
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. some severe storms have been slamming south with deadly tornados damaging homes and businesses across louisiana, drivers kale to a standstill in this road in prairieville, in a near by convent, all that's left is over turned trailers dozens of first responders finding victims two people confirmed dead and 7 critically injured, mass devastation in that area. we've got storms in our area traffic and weather on the 2's. the risk of tornados stretching from parts of south georgia down in through parts of florida, flip side of that, there is a big icing event going on in parts of ohio and indiana and heavy snow through illinois down into missouri. in our area while we've got a break now, we'll see some on and off showers, light to start but then that heavy rain and
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soaking rain later today into tonight, gusty winds as well. one to 2 inches of rain possible so obviously there are some flooding concerns a lot quieter tomorrow but it is well. have the rain gear on stand by and just be smart today. you know i just checked she is smart every day. everyone. jersey. you have to check, on the garden state park way there is a 45 miles per hour speed restriction in place from the driscoll bridge, slick roads reported, so anticipate that also the second alert on this map is in newark an accident on route 1 and 9 in the express lanes blocking the left southbound lane as you approach wilson avenue. in queens there is an accident blocking the left lane on the northbound side of the cross island park way. bell boulevard, back to northern boulevard. if you are traveling to the airport or picking someone up at la guardia, expect a 90 minute delay on arrival due to
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course slick in the area. alternate is in affect city wide, be safe don't text and drive. tough day out there. baseball season getting close with our favorite locals showing up for spring training. first the last battles on the ice. ottis livingston has more in sports. good morning from tampa, both the yankees and mets officially report to camp and the knicks will be in indianapolis to face the pacers. night on ice, 9 points separated the rangers from the devils, but the jersey boys able to get 2 points back. sliding in to make it 4-2. and with a 5-2 victory. islanders standing with the minnesota wild who hadn't lost since a coaching change, but there is always a first time. the captain scores 23rd off the power play, islanders take down the wild 4-1. i'm ottis livingston that's your cbs 2 sports update. looks good by that pool doesn't it?
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building in new york city and most controversial, opens to the public next week. cbs 2 has the preview, taking us inside the $4 billion world trade center transit hub. it is perched at the edge of the 9/11 memorial a structure unlike anything has ever seen. >> odd but strange. what does it remind you of? >> a bird flying, a big eagle flying somebody taking flight. the apex soars160 feet above the floor which is larger than the main concourse. the ribs frame pains of glass that fill the hall with light and eventually the place will hum with shoppers. stores leasing space here include apple. critics are divided on the merits one calling it a lemon. another praising it as extravagantly idealistic.
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justify it doubled as the architect unvailed the design. the authority came cost conscious and demanded changes, these ribs, for example, supposed to be polished to finish. instead a rough finish. they saved money on a ribbon cutting ceremony, it will simply open for visitors on march third. cbs 2 news. and still ahead major airline could soon have flights to cuba, plus this. a mother in custody after her baby dies in a house fire, outside of the 81st police precinct more on the charges she faces coming up. ride share companies like uber and lyft banned from newark airport and penn station we'll explain why coming up in a live report.
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this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 5:30, 37 degrees, pockets of heavy rain and the wind will pack quite a punch, traffic and weather on the 2's in just a moment. a mother under arrest after her 2-year-old girl dies in a fire. we weren't expected to win too much now we're winning, winning, winning the country. another victory for gop candidate donald trump, this time in nevada and the other candidates are not backing down. >> getting picked up at newark airport just got a little difficult for uber drives. thanks so much for waking up with us. if you are planning a trip forget about using uber or lyft. >> they are officially banned there. janelle burrell has more. hi there. new york city officials say this is all about being consistent with all commercial drivers who pick up passengers
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losing out on convenience. >> it is as easy as using an app on your phone. >> it doesn't cost a lot, it is less than getting a limo. companies like uber and lyft will no longer be able to operate at the airport or penn station. it appears to be on again after a meeting of newark city council tuesday. they say the ride share companies violates a city ordnance requiring all commercial vehicles to pay to have licenses. >> it is so convenient, i love uber. she is an uber drive who we saw picking up fairs at the airport when the ban was supposed to first take affect. he understands how he work may be cutting into the profits of traditional cab and limo companies. the president of the limousine said he believes it is a public safety issue as well.
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lack of insurance, lack of background and fingerprint checks that all other four passenger drivers have to comply with. as of last week uber had not told its drivers to stop operating in newark saying instead of trying to restrict competition and consumer choice, newark should be welcoming the thousands of drives who use uber to earn income and support their families. while the mayor of newark says it is now up to the state to create legislation to enforce these new policies. reporting live outside of newark airport. janelle burrell, cbs 2 news. time now 5:32. let's talk a little traffic and weather on the 2's. janelle has the hat on. she is like our little barometer. she is fantastic out there. before the wind was blowing her hair around, now you have a little bit of wet weather. here is the deal, very
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good coat with a really good hat because that heavy rain gets so hard to manage some of this stuff with the wind. right now it is relatively light wind out of the east at 16, 38 degrees, drizzle in the area, slight rain in the area as well a little bit of icing in parts of the hudson valley. that's it. there is a break and then there is the full force of this low, this is heading our way. so it is this afternoon where we see a few pockets of heavy rain and isolated and somewhat rare february thunderstorm possible over night tonight and remember, it is warmer tonight than it will be this afternoon. >> okay johnny thank you. let's get to the commute this morning. alerts rolling if you are rolling in the state has a 45 miles per hour speed restriction from the driscoll bridge to exit 145 and 171 to the new york state line we have salting operations slick roads reported not only in this area but you see the other alerts?
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route 1 and 9, blocking the left southbound lane approaching wilson avenue. stick to the local lanes through the area also. also a disabled vehicle blocks a lane at the south carney exit both of those issues right there through the area causing delays la guardia airport reporting delays of 90 minutes due to rain and low visibility. alternate is in affect city wide, be safe don't text and drive. new information on a brooklyn fire that killed a young girl the child's mother now been arrested. cbs 2 joins us live from the police precinct in bedford where she is being held. mary and chris, the medical examiner is working to determine the cause of this toddler's death as her mother, 20-year-old leyla akeno is now facing charges. >> firefighters thought they got everyone out of the multifamily home engulfed in
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calina's mother, 20-year-old leyla akeno ran up to the burnt home notifying they will her daughter was inside and now missing. >> happy birthday to you! here is video of the little girl celebrating her second birthday. her cousin describes the vibrant toddler. >> she was a beautiful 2-year- old girl. nearly two hours after extinguishing the flames they discovered her body on the top floor of 755 monroe street under a bed. family members couldn't account for the mother's whereabouts immediately leyla was being questioned at the 81st precinct. charged with endangering the welfare of a child and wreckless endangerment. >> the mother of that baby is expected to be arraigned today, the nypd says their investigation is still ongoing. in bedford brooklyn, cbs 2 news.
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happening today, prosecutors in connecticuit are expected to go before the state supreme court asking the judge to put michael back in jail. he was convicted to 20 years to life in prison for the murder of his neighbor but freed after 11 years in 2012 when a judge granted him a new trial, he is still awaiting that trial. angry words when question after a quo ta system is used for arrest and tickets. the nypd is being sued by some minority offices saying they were pressured to meet quotas. if any of my cops still think we're pushing for the summons i'm sorry, we are pushing to reduce crime. >> the news conference was about the police department's program for tracking crime the question that upset was whether that system was being used to set quotas. now to election 2016 donald trump hits the jackpot in
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cbs 2 is here with the campaign trail. >> good morning to you. nevada now the fourth fourth consecutive state. this was a big win for donald trump the candidates are looking to build momentum of course and this is now 3 in a row for him. the big question though is who will emerge as trump's main rival currently the battle for second place in nevada between ted cruz and marco rubio is still too close to call. >> we love nevada. we love nevada. thank you. donald trump decisively won nevada's republican caucuses giving him victories in the west, the south, and the northeast. >> if you listen to the pundents we weren't expected to win too much, now we're winning, winning, winning the country! and soon the country is going to start winning, winning winning. nevada was also a critical test for senator marco rubio and senator ted cruz.
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ballots so we don't know the exact results. >> even a mid-a tie, both are trying to emerge as a clear alternative. >> the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and the only campaign that can beat donald trump is this campaign. >> the voters have two choices and i think we ought to go. >> even from a distant fourth and fifth place, bernie sanders and john kasich don't appear to be bowing out just yet. >> i've had situations where people said this is impossible it can't be done. unless i hear those words, i don't even get excited. marco rubio and john kasich were not in nevada for the results, they have already moved onto other states to campaign but all the candidates are expected to be in texas tomorrow night for their final debate before voters in eleven states pick their candidates on super tuesday. chris, back to you. thank you very much.
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investigating more than a dozen possible zikaicfections that may have been spread through sex, spread mainly by mosquito bites and transmission has been considered rare. involves cases with men who visited areas, and may affected female partners who have not traveled to those areas. the sweet treat that could be good for your brain, plus this. backlash against a millennial trying to prove a point with an open let tore her boss. a sky high rescue at the nation's tallest hotel located right here in manhattan. don't forget connect with us all morning long, follow us on twitter individually here we'll chat with you during the
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. vertical challenge in midtown where two window washers had to be plucked. the men had been working on the 62nd floor when their scaffolding malfunction, they were laughing saying it was just part of the job. time is 5:42. luckily they were okay and laughing about it why were they yesterday? i think they get on a schedule, good point it is going to pour today and for our city dwellers, that wind is going to be whipping sideways at times too, interesting observation this is always interesting you can count on some menu tips from bruce, bruce north shore, north port he is at 37 don't forget today is national tortilla chip day.
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less that has 37 he said this kind of weather makes him hissy. apparently he has a snake, which is kind of cool. we have some cooler readings up here, the critically cool enough, you have 32. so we have been watching a little bit of icing and kind of a bittersweet flashback in 2011 it is the final launch of the space shuttle discovery. i appreciate that always an eye on history. looking at the skies, we are seeing light rain and drizzle right now. a little bit of a breeze that east wind keeping those dew points up the atmosphere just primed and ready for this rain relative humidity at 89% numbers around the area already tapping in to warmer readings look, 43, wallden at 20. that's an air temperature north to south, west berry at 40. wind chill at 34. you have enough cold air where it is still kind of raw, chilly out the door, you can see though for the most part it is
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of a little bit of icing that's the drive way, the sidewalk is a little slick there a lot of crews were out salting last night. the concern is this monster area of low pressure pulling in the snow to the west and the severe weather to the east were on kind of the business end of this system, it will be gusty and warm through the morning commute it is light rain, a real blessing getting the kids to school and you off to work midday, though, if you're a road warrior watch out for that. it is over night hours waiting for these line of showers and thunderstorms to push through, over night will see the potential for thunderstorms before it wraps up on thursday then it turns cooler during the day it is the opposite of today we'll see that cool breeze settle in. and speaking of the breeze just want to remind you that it is a wind advisory that goes into affect tonight at 6:00, we're dealing with the potential for 50 miles per hour wind gusts along the coast, that's
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you've got soaking rains in that kind of wind you could be dealing with damage, muff better for the second half of the weekend. 5:45. i'll bet it is the first half of your drive. thank you for waking up if you are traveling in newark we have changes there is an accident on route 1 and 9 in the express lanes blocking the south lane as you approach wilson avenue. a live look outside checking on area airports this is near la guardia, reporting here arrival delays of up to 90 minutes due to littled visibility in the area to thebridge west chester bound you have company rockland bound you are smooth sailing no major delays through the area quite yet. be safe don't text and drive.
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and a letter from millennial recently went viral. and getting a heated response from more experience workers. i dreamed of having a car and a credit card in my own apartment. i told my 8-year-old self this is what it means to be an adult. an open letter sparked outrage a 25-year-old writing the co saying making $12 an hour in a starter position has her all but starving. >> did not anticipate a decade and a half ago that a car, a credit card and my own apartment would all be symbols of stress not success. >> workplace guru helps people find employment, calling this letter whiny and wimpy, there has been backlash in general. >> public shaming young millennials is not the way to keep or land your future job.
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from 19 to 29 doesn't want to seem to pay dues. they need to be patient. in her case one year in customer service was too look, really? we know the millennial lost her position with the company in the san francisco bay area hours after she posted the letter, she said her cell phone bill is too and she lives 30- miles away from work because it is the cheapest place she can find. >> it is groceries, it is everything, drinks. millennials we spoke with mostly took ben's side also agreeing with her choice to confront yelp's ceo on media. >> publicity actually gets change done, that's one of the biggest things. a spokesperson says talia was let go from yelp for multiple reasons includingviolations to our code of conduct. emily smith cbs 2 news. which is code for being
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letter and post it online. the housing market is looking up. we are live at the new york stock exchange, good morning to you. the price of crude oil sank 4%, the nasdaq finished lower. and the national association of realtors say mortgage rates fueled demand in boost of sales the price was almost $214,000 in january, an 8% increase from a year ago. analysts say job gains and higher salaries is encouraging home buyers. and may be heading southeast, the carrier could begin flights after they agreed to resume commercial air travel, currently only charters are flown there.
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second deadline to submit applications. the music streaming service spotfi is moving onto cloud service by google. it is a partnership with google is quote a big deal, also a big win for google which is offering itself as an alternative to amazon which dominates the cloud market in 10 years the cloud could generate more money than online ads. so many clouds out there, pretty soon we won't be able to get a tan at all. one of those kinds of days. great to see you. good news for chocolate lovers how the candy could be good for your brain. shopping at the cosmetic counter just got easier, new apps changing your smart devices into a virtual mirror. ottis livingston has the morning's supports update. good morning everyone from tampa florida the devils beat the rangers in newark and the islanders tame the wild coming
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we're dealing with light rain right now a little into parts of the hudson valley, be smart watch out for that. then get ready for the heavy rain affiliated with that low. here is the rundown, light rain and drizzle for the morning rush, hon and off heavier rain after that gusty winds possibly a thunderstorm over fight flooding out there with 1 to 2 inches of rain expected. yeah take care. and don't forget to listen up to alex. thanks, good morning everyone changes in queens on the cross island park way at bell boulevard, delays back to northern boulevard anticipate that also taking a look outside you can see that rain john has mentioned la guardia airport reporting delays of up to 90 minutes. alternate side is in affect city wide, be safe don't text and drive. looking for a new job your search starts here, we pulled the data who is which hiring
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>> when you look at the type of job we are showing huge gains in this big cluster they call managerial creative. if you are laid off or reinventing your career, it doesn't have to be too difficult over or whelming. we have where the jobs are how you can land one. for most will it is nearly ill possible to pick up the lip color or foundation by looking at the box but hard to find time to sit down at the make up counter. there is a solution for will who want to look their best. diane looks at beauty apps which will let you virtually test out with all sorts of looks without leaving your house. jordan loves her busy live style but some times it is hard to find time for herself. it would be lovely to have an hour or two to hit up the
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with products, a lot of time i'm grabbing something. >> there was an orange lipstick incident. cover girl it is a problem. >> they are always asking how can you make the shopping process easier and intuitive and apps can enable that for women. the make up genius and soon to be released beauty you. looks at the shape of your face, your eyes, your brows your lips your skin tone and asks you about what types of look you might like. actually recommends the products. look? you can keep schooling.
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will look great on your manicure. you don't have to go to a store, pick out a product, spend your hard earned money, take it home and risk not liking the shade. she says she also learned a few things. >> i discovered i can pull off a plum lipstick. you can use the technology to reassure yourself to just stick with the usual. i like that! she looks fancy. >> she does look great with dark hear doesn't she? >> i have a picture of diane on my phone right now. >> if only she was here. >> yeah, too bad. how we doing with the weather? >> it is going to be a bad hair day for diane. it is going to be rough, it gets heavy. she never has a bad hair day. some changes on the roadways it is slick out there.
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after her 2-year-old daughter dies in a fire. if you are headed to newark airport a warning which car service you can use. and are selfies the new fingerprints? how banks and businesses are keeping your world secure, cbs 2 news continues right after this. aifiacors
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it tbeer it tfi. . live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. it is 6:00, 37 degrees on this wednesday, february 24th grab the umbrella, pockets of heavy rain along with powerful winds. i'm mary calvi. >> i'm chris wragge. here is your morning news to go. >> she was a beautiful 2-year- old girl. >> a little girl killed in a fire in brooklyn this morning her mother is under arrest what are the charges? we are live with the details still ahead. makes no sense why they wait a month to tell me, but they can call me every day for everything else. a teacher faces charges after allegedly hurting a student the child's mother says her 7-year-old son has bruises on his back and cbs 2 learned this isn't the first time the
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>> we've had some great numbers coming out of texas, amazing numbers coming out of tennessee and georgia. not long after a victory in nevada, gop candidate donald trump is looking ahead to super tuesday, close battle for second place between ted cruz and marco rubio we'll break down the results coming up. don't touch the uber app the crack down and pack back on, why the about face? we'll explain in a live report. that looks tornadic. it is going to cross right in front of us. wild weather down south drivers at a standstill on a road in louisiana with a tornado in their sites the storm left a path of destruction power lines town, rvs tossed like toys now the clean up begins. let me take a selfie. now that selfie is more than just a memorable photo, it
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say goodbye to pass words and penn numbers. let's get right over to traffic and weather on the 2's. we're tapping into some of that energy that brought the destructive deadly tornados to parts of the southeast, mitigated somewhat when it rolls through the area. drizzle, 38 cool, raw and a little wet out the door, thankfully it is not a horrible for the morning commute you just need to leaf a little extra time a bit of a break before we see midday showers start to fill in they'll be heavy at times as this system wraps up over night, that's when we could see a few thunderstorms. the day is interesting starts with wind chills in the 20s and 30s 2:00, 50. but 9:00 in the mid-50s the warm air will ride in with this powerful storm with the gusty winds as well. right now let's talk traffic with alex. if you are traveling in queens we have changes an
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as you make your way northbound here at bell boulevard, delays back to the northern boulevard through the area here. anticipate that, not the only issue if you are traveling to the airport specifically picking someone up at la guardia arriving flights seeing delays up to 90 minutes low visibility rain in the area still delay free at jfk and new york liberty. there is a speed restriction in place some slick spots reported as you cross, you have company as you make your way, rockland you have a smooth right there. alternate side is in affect city wide, be safe don't text and drive. chris and mary back to you. new information on a brooklyn fire that killed a young mother allegedly left home alone. the child's mother arrested and charged. we are joined from the police precinct where the woman is being held. >> chris and mary, 2-year-old
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burning apartment now her mother, 20-year-old leyla akeno now facing charges. >> firefighters thought they got everyone out of the home engulfed in flames tuesday morning when 2-year-old calina's mother ran up to the burnt home notifying them her daughter was inside at the time and now missing . happy birthday to you. >> her cousin describes the vibrant toddler. >> she was a beautiful 2-year- old girl. two hours after extinguishing the flames they searched the body, discovering the body on the top floor of 755 monroe street under a bed. they couldn't account for the mother's whereabouts that morning immediately leyla was
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the 81st precinct charged over night with endangering the welfare of a child and wreckless endangerment. the medical examiner is trying to determine the cause of this baby's death. the nypd says they are still investigating. cbs 2 news. new this morning a man was stabbed in the neck after an argument on the m train after 11:00 last night police took the suspect in custody at the myrtle avenue station. the victim walked himself to the hospital. new information on the city teacher picked out of the classroom for allegedly hurting a student now charged and arrested. a teacher at ps194 is accused of assault and acting in a manner injurious to a child. her son suffered bruises on his back, he has had at least four disciplinary actions taken
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new information on the new jersey turnpike. 36-year-old scott han now charged with two counts of manslaughter and two counts of vehicular homicide, he rear ended a car sending it into oncoming eastbound traffic it was hit by a van killing a 6- year-old girl and her father the van driver was not seriously hurt. han is being held at the hudson county jail with bail set at $1 million cash. to election 2016 a big win for donald trump in nevada that's three in a row. cbs 2 is here with more about the campaign trail. the republican candidates have less than a week after super tuesday while donald trump is looking to keep the momentum going after winning in south carolina, new hampshire and nevada others looking to position themselves as the trump alternative. the battle for second place in nevada is still too close to call. >> we love nevada.
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nevada's republican caucuses nevada's republican caucuses giving him victories in the west, the south and the northeast. if you listen, we weren't expected to win too much, now we're winning, winning the country. soon the country will start winning, winning winning. nevada was a test for marco rubio and senator ted cruz. >> they are still counting the ballots so we don't know the exact result. even with a virtual tie both are trying to emerge as a clear alternative to trump. >> the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and the only campaign that can beat donald trump is this campaign. >> the voters have two choices donald trump or marco rubio, i think we let they will go head to head and the other candidates should recognize that's after a fourth or fifth place respectively john kasich doesn't appear to be bowing out just yet. >> i've had so many situations where people have said this is impossible it can't be done. unless i hear those words i don't even get excited. >> nevada was the fourth state in a row to bring in a record voter turn out for the republicans and now the focus shifts to super tuesday which is next week when 11 states pick their nominees they have one last debate before that happens, definitely bring their a game as they square off in texas. happening today the city's health department goes to court defending sodium warning labels the law affects restaurants with 15 outlets here or nationwide allowed to post warnings for the daily little for sodium. .
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last weekend's shooting spree in michigan. celine dion returns in las vegas with a touching tribute to her latest husband. it is going to be an interesting school day today, it is chilly with light rain and drizzle out the door. but that will change during the school day rounds of heavier rain in store for pick up and then real soakers with gusty winds tonight we'll talk about it so you can get your gpa up.
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coming up. hi dad. uh huh. yeah...sorry about that. think about it there must be higher love down in the heart what do you think?
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hi ted, glad you could join us, we think you're going to like these numbers. bring me a higher love
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. let's get right over to you, john, what a day today. you know, it is a very dynamic day in the sense we'll see changes in temperatures, you'll see an intensifying wind and deal with the wet weather as well. if you look here we have freezing down to 45 already some evidence of that warmer air but ira has the question of the day, where is my umbrella? with that cranking it will be challenging. kimberly is an educator, a mom as well. a few school delays for icy roads north and west, you've got that headache as well there is still a little bit of mixing
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be all of that is melted and we see warm and windy conditions takeover with the heavy rain later in the city, yeah an issue with fog you have to remember we're looking down into the cloud drizzle and 38 don't have a fog advisory, it is a wind advisory that kicks in later winds manageable but the wind makes it feel raw. 43 in brick up to middletown, that warm air is starting to creep in. wind chills still in the 20s north and west, you get a sense of that the pink into parts of orange, sullivan, light rain then this big area of low pressure, lots of lift and instability, more risk of tornados in the south, snow blinding at times through the land of lincoln and ice into parts of the break. yesterday we did have one or two observations high park, two
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was just a trace of snow not much the concern shifts to rain, 2 to 3 inches of rain before that line sets up if there is any training along that line that's where we could be dealing with some flooding and wouldn't take much to move this just a bit you know what happens when you get that kind of total through west chester county the major arteries there. that's over night tonight into tomorrow when you are really going to reap those big totals heavy pockets by this afternoon that push of warm air and busy over night tonight, thunderstorms and those gusty winds could see 50 miles per hour wind gusts blustery and cooler, thursday you'll hit the high and cool down during the course of the day. it is already busy a quarter after 6:00.
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through, an over turned tractor trailer, and also at la guardia airport they are reporting arrival delays up to 90 minutes due to the rain and limited visibility to the area, newark and jfk are okay we'll let you know if that changes, and metro north path trains as well as lirr. alternate side parking, and be safe don't text and drive. ride share cars uber and lyfk no longer allowed at newark liberty airport. lots of republicans to go around, taxi drivers say they are happy because this means less competition for them, travelers say less convenience but new york city officials this is all about enforcing the law. >> it is as easy as using an
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>> it is less than getting a limo. >> companies like uber and lyft will no longer be able to operate at new york airport or penn station, after a meeting of newark city council tuesday, they say the ride share company violates the city ordnance requiring all commercial vehicles to pay to have licenses. >> it is so convenient. >> she is an uber driver who we saw picking up fares last week when the ban was supposed to first take affect. he says he understands how his work may be cutting into the profits of traditional cab and limo companies. the president of the limousine association spoke with cbs 2 news saying he believes it is a public safety issue as well. because of the concern with lack of insurance, lack of background and fingerprint checks that all other passenger
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as of last week uber had not told its drivers to top operating in newark, instead of trying to restrict competition and choice, uber should be welcoming the thousands of drivers who use uber to earn income and support their families. well the mayor of newark says it is up to the state of new jersey to create legislation to enforce these policies. reporting live outside newark airport. new information on the confessed killer in last weekend's shooting spree, shows jason dalton in a gun shop the day he went on his rampage. dalton was laughing and joking and bought a tactical jacketothers say dalton admitted killing six people and wounding two others at random.
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accused of assaulting a boy is due to appear in courtroom. when a 12-year-old snow border ran into them. police say he punched the boy in the mouth and hit him with a ski pole, the attorney says the doctor had no intention of harming the boy and is sorry for quote any misunderstanding. in our next half hour a look inside the most expensive building. what do you think, swipe left or right? the dating app tender comes alive on the late night show. stocks are down after a day of losses, industrial average
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dropped, and s and p lost 24. . do you think they are paying attention? >> pay attention people in there. good morning to you at 6:21. 38 degrees, traffic and weather on the 2's. bring the umbrella. the department store building may soon that an official designation. yesterday the building was left on a priority list for landmark
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properties made the cut, others include the historic cemetery, and also in long island city. we have to do a quick birthday shout out one of my best friends from high school is in town, jason morrow, he said thanks for wearing a dallas cowboy tie in my honor, makes me want to cut it off. did you get together? >> that's funny. i love theperiodical. we are dealing with a challenging today outside it is gray, there is light rain a little bit of fog out there, but that's nothing compared to later with extra lift in the atmosphere we could see somesoakers. 1 to 2 inches of rain in concert with those gusty winds. a wind advisory kicks in but winds could approach 50 miles per hour then another warm one early thursday before we cool down on friday, right now the
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saturday, but feeling better looking better on sunday too. all right thanks so much. how about the commute? we have changes that wet weather rolling in through the area in brooklyn there is an accident blocking two lanes on third avenue delays are back on the bridge, anticipate that it is already a slow go through the area. typically so both of these coupled together going to be a slow ride. in greenville, an over turned tractor trailer has a lane blocked at exit 2, stick to route 6 as an alternate. la guardia airport expect a 90 minute delay due to rain and limited visibility through the area. alternate side is in affect city wide, be safe don't text and drive. thank you. baseball season getting close with our favorite showing up for spring training. cbs 2 has more in sports. good morning everyone from tampa florida later on this morning both the yankees and mets position players officially report to camp and the knicks will be in
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pacers. night on ice, 9 points separated the rangers from the devils in the division, the jersey boys able to get two points back, the deviled added an empty nether with a 5-2 victory. and the minnesota wild hadn't lost since a coaching change earlier this month. the captain scores 23rd off the power play. islanders take down the wild 4- 1. that's your cbs 2 sports update. in the talkers a touching tribute and the dating app tender like you've never seen it before. >> i've never actually seen it. >> i'm the expert, one thing people love about tender you can anonymously swipe left or right accepting or declining a potential date. for young woman the whole thing
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>> i don't remember to be rude. it is tender. you're going left or right. >> you are very cute but i don't know -- >> the reality tv khloe kardashian and urged they will not to hold back, and she swiped right and eventually accepted a date with her. it was the feeling was mutual. in real life i don't think they show up, that would be a little uncomfortable. she is like i don't want to be rude. >> this is more of a touching tribute. celine dion barely holding back her tears. >> we were one. and nothing has changed.
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does any heart beat now, can't live without, without feeling it inside . her husband died after a long battle with cancer, the couple was married for more than 21 years and they have three children together. some voices with antists change over the years she still sounds as great now as she did 20 years ago, just incredible. 6:26 coming up the teacher in trouble a mother says her child has bruises on his back this isn't the first complaint against the new york city educator. could credit cards be a thing of the past? new technology that could have you paying with a selfie. check your cough or is it a cold or something more serious?
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. live from studio 46. this is cbs 2 news this morning. 38 degrees on this wednesday, february 24th a soggy day ahead pockets of heavy rain and strong winds as well. there are already airport delays traffic and weather on the 2's coming up. a third straight victory
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candidates are rushing to catch up. i'm chris wragge. i'm mary calvi, we begin with the arrest of a mother whose child was left home alone only to die in a fire. we are joined from the 81st police precinct with more. >> reporter: after being questioned about her whereabouts the mother of this young child leyla akena still here at the 81st police precinct now she is being chargedded. firefighters thought they got everyone out of the home engulfed in flames until 2-year- old calina's mother, 20-year- old leyla ran up to the burnt home notifying them her daughter was inside at the time birthday to you! . here is video of the little girl celebrating her second birthday. calina's cousin describes the
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>> nearly two hours after extinguishing the flames firefighters searched the building discovering her body on the top floor of 755 monroe street under a bed. firefighters couldn't account for the mother's whereabouts immediately leyla was being questioned by police at the 81st precinct charged with endangering the welfare of a child and wreckless endangerment. akeno is presidented to be -- expected to be arraigned as they answer questions like how this fire started, and where the mother was, cbs 2 news. thank you. new information on the city teacher kicked out of the classroom for allegedly hurting a student, now arrested and
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acting in a manner injurious to a child. con if i recalled he has had at least four disciplinary actions taken against him in the past. also a man was stabbed in the neck after an argument, happened after 11:00 last night. police took the suspect into custody, the victim walked himself to the hospital he is listed in stable condition. traffic and weather on the 2's for you. >> we'll see changes during the course of the morning and then into the afternoon and over night tonight and intensifying storm is going to bring in the chance for heavier rain with gusty winds. right now it is an east wind, wind makes it feel like the 20s but we already have some air temperature readings in the 40s for parts of the island and jersey shore. to the north, watch out for slippery drive ways and you
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size of this low pressure. significant weather for the parts of the southeast. our numbers will go up after 5:00 gets busy with the evening hours. watch out for that later today. >> that wet weather is affecting the ride if you are traveling in brooklyn there is an accident blocking two lanes, third avenue, delays extend back to the verizono bridge. in greenville, an over turned tractor trailer at least one lane is blocked delays are back to exit. and as you cross the span slick roadways reported as well as low visibility further south not much better as you travel on the hudson there is a 20 minute late on the lincoln, 15 minute wait at the george washington and holland as well. be safe don't text and drive. if you are traveling to the
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affecting you, still on our schedule. happening today prosecutors in connecticuit are expected to go before the state supreme court asking to put michael scagel back in prison, he was convicted for the 1975 murder of his neighbor, but freed after 11 year ins 2012 when a judge granted him a new trial he is still awaiting that trial. new to election 2016, chalk another one up for donald trump he hit the jackpot in nevada his third win in a row. diane is here with more on campaign. nevada was the fourth state to bring a record number turn out. donald trump is expected, and now nevada with less than a week ago until super tuesday, the other candidates are looking to push hotelses as a
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especially challenging in this very close race. >> we love nevada. thank you. donald trump decisively won nevada's caucuses giving him victories in the west, the south and the northeast. >> if you listen to the pundents we weren't expected to win too muff now we're winning, winning, winning the country and soon the country is going to start winning, winning, winning. nevada was a critical test for senator marco rubio and ted cruz. >> they are still counting the ballots so we don't know the exact results. a mid-a tie both trying to merge as a clear alternative to trump. >> the only campaign that has beaten donald trump and the only campaign that can beat donald trump is this campaign. the voters have two choices donald trump and marco rubio, i think we ought to let them go
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even from a fourth and fifth place, ben carson and john kasich don't appear to be bowing out just yet. >> i've had so many situations where people say this is impossible it's can't be done. unless i hear those ideas wont get excited. they didn't do much campaigning in nevada and they weren't even there to see the results all candidates are expected to be in texas tonight it will be their last before voters in 11 states pick their nominee. the family of eric guarder, he said i can't believe when a police officer placed him in a choke hold, they dispatched paramedics according to court documents they did not conduct an appropriate examination and failed to provide gardner with life saving procedures the hospital agreement is not part
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settlement the family reached with the city. if you are planning a trip forget about using uber or lyft. >> they are officially banned from the airport. we have more from newark. >> officials say it is all about being consistent with all commercial drivers this was scheduled to take place last week, it was tabled as of last night after a city council meeting it appears to be back in affect here this morning. the city could believe saying that uber and lyft drivers will be ticketed and tows from new york airport and penn station, they violate the ordnance requiring all commercial vehicles to pay to have licenses the president of the limousine association of new jersey told cbs 2. by not registering he claims there
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background checks on those drivers. uber released a statement saying they had not cold their drivers to not drive in newark the mayor says this is up to the state of new jersey to create legislation to enforce this new policy. reporting live outside of newark airport. still ahead how firefighters rescue two window washers 62 stories up. we're looking at a big transit hub in lower manhattan. and 20 something is receiving praise for
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. severe storms have been damaging the south with businesses across louisiana, drivers came to a standstill on this road in prairieville paralyzed with what laid in their path in a near by convent all that's left in an rv park piles of plywood, dozens arrived to help. 2 confirmed dead and 7 injured. and two window washers had
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the men had been working on the 62nd floor when their equipment malfunctioned. firefighters had to break a window. we're told the window washers kind of laughing during the whole rescue. >> that is what we do every day. >> time now 6:42. we have the potential for 50 miles per hour wind gusts in the city, all these crews have to be mindful that it is going to be windy, no more excuses, we didn't know it was going to be windy. jersey shore, make sure everything is locked down and commercial interest, be mindful of the wind. outside right now, it is a raw wind. that's got to be shawn!
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finger on the trigger, there we go again. 38 winds out of the east at 12 to 18. relative humidity at 89. 32 in monticello, sparta. all stations 1 to 7 degrees warmer but with the wednesday it is cold. you need the coat it is still february. 53 your afternoon high, high for the day will likely be warmer than that that's tonight with those gusty winds, sun is up, really? you could have fooled me sunsets at 5:41. spring, hold on, spring is coming it is only 25 days away. some almost spring like storms today, though. here is a heine of source holding together you have a bit of a break and see more heavy rain push through this afternoon. the risk of severe weather for the south snow off to the west
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severe weather in south jersey that's this afternoon and tonight and don't forget that wind advisory 6 p.m. going to be a blustery and wet one. a busy too alex. there is an accident blocking two lanes on the northbound side, at third avenue delays now are back to the bridge pretty lengthy there. in greenville and tractor trailer, and if you go out of your way to route 6 it is going to be a smoother ride. to la guardia airport, arrivals expect a 90 minute delay due to the rain and littled visibility in the area the george washington bridge seeing the slick spots 20 minute late the lincoln and holland tunnel as well. if you are taking metro north or lirr. do be safe don't text and drive. chris over to you.
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the physician for the late supreme court justice antonin scalia said he suffered from multiple health problems in it he says scalia suffered from half a dozenailments high pressure and sleep apnea and also he was a spoker he died in texas at the age of 79. a wounded officer waking up at home after his release from the hospital. officer william and his family welcomed the show of support from fellow officers and firefighters, he suffered a gunshot wound to his hip, police arrested fed rick after he allegedly pointed a gun, drove away and crashed into a patrol car. another officer who the shot was released from the hospital monday. the most expensive building opens to the pub lek the $4
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hub is at the edge of the 9/11 memorial. it sores 160 feet, the ribs pain panels of glass. people sealed to like it. >> it is a little odd but strange but it is nice, kind of more of this right? >> what does it remind you of? >> a bird flying, it is beautiful. the port authority declined to spend money on ribbon cutting, open for visitors on march third nice and easy. selfies have become part of every day life, we have even been known to take us a few in the studios. they may become more than just something for fun. >> master cart wants to put selfies to good use, the giant says that there is a way to help prevent fraud.
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mastercard is using technology to have selfies to approve online surfaces, that they are safer than typed pass wards, especially since many are easy to guess. if you want to use your pick to pay download the check a. it has you take a selfie each time you buy something online, your face or bringer print will be scanned, not a scammer. but you won't be able to use the same picture over and over. mastercard makes you blink to show you are taking that picture as you shop. it is a little easier especially if you have a new iphone with the technology already built in. if you have an hscb county you'll be able to use your fingerprint and voice to access money. and mastercard is -- could
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online shoppers from fraud. mastercard plans to roll out selfie pay later this year. that's fascinating. it is a little scary for me as well, it is the new technology out there. something to look forward to. >> now you have to dress up. 6:48 listen carefully the different type of cough symptoms that could indicate what you have. and ottis livingston is there for spring training let's check in with him for this sports update. good morning everyone from tampa florida the devils beat the rangers and the islanders tame the wild. officially reporting to camp
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. a millennial lost her job after writing an open letter on social media. 25-year-old talia complained to yelp's ceo her close to $12 an hour salary was leaving her practicall starving. they said they had multiple
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including violating the code of conduct. position players officially report to spring train, a lot have joined the catchers and players, matt driving a mazaradi. and a polaris slingshot that with an exhaust system that has fire. how about we get to traffic and weather on the 2's. we the hear you loud and clear. i believe that's based on the dutch carver. you need the cover. drizzle 37 winds out of the east light rain a line of showers pushing through warren, morris, into union county, through staten island an
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we see really messy conditions this afternoon, heavier rain that wind fills in tonight and you are still looking at a potential totals of over close to 3 inches of rain we could be dealing with flooding late tonight. exercise caution and make sure you are ready for the changes. change in lanes right alex? as you make your way through the area, delays on our live drive speed map are back to the bridge, plan accordingly here. a live look outside in queens there is an accident blocking the lane on the van wyck at liberty avenue, we have heavier than normal traffic. la guardia airport, 90 minutes delay due to rain, alternate is in affect city wide, be safe don't text and drive. and not all coughs are the same, most people have a cough
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dry cough that ends in a rattle it may be asthma but when it is wet with colored mucus it may be a sign of pneumonia. >> signs that are particularly concerning would be coughs so are associated with real difficulty breathing. a dry cough that gets worse when lying down or eating can maybe acid, reflux and if you are coughing up blood or having pain when trying to breathe you need immediate medical attention. >> let's check in with gale king and charlie rose. good morning to you mary and dad to be, i'm very excited for you. we'll talk with marco rubio about the battle for second place in nevada what he needs to do heading into super tuesday. and going on why men should also be concerned about the zika virus.
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here is what you need to know before you go, the city of newark has bannedded uber and lyft drivers, ride share cars violate an ordnance for vehicles should be licensed. >> the mother of a 2-year-old girl under arrest after the child died in a fire in bedford, the girl's body was found under a bed no word what
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and going to court to for high sodium labels the restaurants have more than 15 outlets here nationwide. one more check of traffic? there is an accident blocking two lanes on the northbound side at third avenue delays are back across the bridge. to la guardia airport reporting arrive deleas up to 90 minutes alternate side is in affect city wide be safe don't text and drive john. you could see more delays if those planes are coming from the southeast we have light rain but that stormy weather in the southeast is going to be coming to our area gusty winds potential thunderstorms over night tonight. going to be a busy one mild numbers, challenging weather today through early thursday. thanks for watching i'm mary calvi. >> i'm chris wragge "cbs this
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a great day. captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is wednesday, february 24th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." deadly tornadoes tear through the south. powerful winds toss rvs through the air. tens of millions could still be in danger. donald trump wins the nevada caucuses in a landslide. marco rubio surges to second. he'll be with us. is your phone secretly recording you, how some apps steal your personal information and your money. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. look up. it's going to cross right in front of us. >> oh, my god. >> wind picked up and sounded like a bomb hitting the house, basically. deadly storms sweep through the south.

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