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>> good morning. it is tuesday, january 19th. welcome to "cbs this morning." protesters demand michigan's governor resign over a toxic war crisis. he admits it is his hurricane katrina. fireworks on the campaign trail. donald trump promises a surprise today. ted cruz says his counter is a
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j.p. morgan ceo on chasing oil price, china and a few jobs initiative. which begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> with us being the lord's plan, if there were a higher plan, i don't think we would be if such a same situation. >> water crisis hits a boiling point. >> governor rick snyder, protesters are calling for his arrest. >> donald is still around? >> donald trump and ted cruz battling for 1st place. hillary clinton an bernie sanders for the democrats. >> they say they always knew it was right. >> the miner prisoners enjoy time with their families. three are getting medical treatments in germany. >> it's one of the coldest morning, we've had. >> if you live in the upper northwest or northeast, you might consider that long underwear. >> glen frey, theco writer for the eagles has died. >> along the way, we really
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>> donald trump is still rocking in london. the british parliament weather to bar trump. >> this man is crazy. >> he is a -- >> match-mixing allegations of shadowing the first major. >> some of the big names in tennis have been throwing matches. >> something you rarely see, even in l.a., police out on the freeway capturing dogs. >> all that -- go for cavs anwariors it was ugly. cleveland fans bored. go come on, fans, wake up. >> state capitals, that itself the category. right. sorry, folks. >> all that matters. >> somebody said crank it up to 11. >> the volume? >> sanders talks like he always has a bad connection. no, i want to you pick up some milk. >> two criminalityians, right, 13:17. that itself the whole ball game.
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bible saying 2 corinthians instead of 2nd corinthian, several times instead of saying god, he said, donald trump. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota, let's go places. places. morning." michigan's governor admits the response to the flint water crisis is his hurricane katrina. but rick snyder this morning is rejecting calls to step down. the dangerous water contamination led to protests monday outside snyder's home. >> flint's water has been poisoned with lead for months. it hasselbeck rate issed lead levels in dozens of children. flint's water is still fought safe for drinking. in just hours, snyder will deliver his state of the state
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aid qana diaz is in washington. good morning. r. good morning. we are at one of five state-run distribution centers, where people can pick up free water filters and water. they handed out 1,300 cases of water yesterday after this location alone. they are saying this is a temporary solution to a larger problem, fixing the city's corroded pipes. volunteers and state troopers spent the martin luther king, jr. holiday if flint handing out water bottles and filters named for the civil rights icon. >> thank you. >> you are welcome. >> i got it. >> reporter: thousands of others picking up water. >> we have to do that. we're low income. you no ewhat i'm saying? how do we survive? we can't.
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rick spieder has been sharply -- snyder has been criticized for not helping sooner. >> i don't feel they would be placed in the same situation. >> reporter: in an article placed monday the national journal asks snyder if comparing his handling of the flint water crisis to bush's hand of the of the katrina unfair? he said, no, his chief of staff expressed concern several months before it was declared unsafe. he noted multiple failures at multiple levels by the regional e an michigan department of environmental kwauchlt quality. on monday, they said clearly is outcome was not what anyone would have wanted. the governor said as soon as he found out it was coming from the water, he told everyone to stop drinking it. crap. >> reporter: they say they need more declarations than water?
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we still going to have the lead, the pipe the poison. >> reporter: the governor is expected to layout a more detailed plan during his speech tonight at the state health. protest. yesterday his office told "cbs news" he has focused on the people of flint, not politics. gayle. >> adriana, thank you. off criticism by hillary clinton. luther king, jr. day yesterday. >> making sure all americans have clean air and water isn't just a health issue. it's a civil rights issue. >> the governor says that clinton is using the disaster to make political points if an interview last night, hillary clinton says, quote, i don't call that politicizing. i call that getting result, rival district candidate bernie sanders says the governor should resign. none of the republican candidates has offered any reaction.
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are taking aim at each other ahead of the iowa caucuses. cruz launched a new attack against the republican front runner. they are busy on the trail. trump will hold three events today in iowa. >> that is the most he has hailed in a single day of campaign. cruz will make six stops in new hampshire on day three of a five-day visit. major garrett is in washington tracking the republican race. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ted cruz is staking a late claim to new hampshire, a state he has largely ignored where donald trump is high. he chose new hampshire as the ploois place to try for the very first time to have people understand donald trump is a conservative. >> i do think policy differences are fair game. >> reporter: ted cruz told voters to examine the issues when considering to back him or front runner donald trump is
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you stand on the tarp big mail pailout. where did you and the on the stimulus plan? on both of those, i opposed it. on both of those, mr. trump supported them. >> reporter: cruz also accused trump of ignoring the senate debate on immigration reform. >> when that fight was being fought, donald was no where to be found. >> cruz had been critical of trump before. only egged on by people. less than two hours, after these attack, trump tweeted, ted cruz is falling in the polls. he is nervous. trump also stumped in new hampshire monday but did not mention cruz. question. wall? >> mexico. >> earlier at the christian college, liberty university, trump mocked cruz's new found support for a border wall. >> one of the folks said, we're going to build a wall. i said, oh, they're all coming
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problem is they don't know where to begin. >> reporter: trump also tried to quote script cure, evoking the mission laid out by founder and conservative evangelist jerry falwell. >> 2 corinthians, 3:17, where the spirit of the lord is, right, there is liberty. is that the one? is that the one you like? i think that's the one you like? because i loved this. >> reporter: it is usually said 2nd criminalityian, regardless, trump received praise from president jerry falwell, jr. he returns to iowa touting a special guest. supporters believe and fear it will be sarah palin. if july. he wrote he tapped into america's great populist tradition of speaking concerns to working class voters. >> thank you so much. three americans released by iran are in germany adjusts to life
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a fourth american returns to the u.s. separately. we know little about the fifth freed prisoner. two of them, reporter jason rezaian and former marine amir hekmati met their families. elizabeth, good morning. >> good morning. that's right. the hospital that you can see behind seems to me not just a place where the former prisoners can get medically assessed. it is also a place where they can start to pick up the normal routines of life and also those relationships. a year-and-a-half after he was first locked up, jason rezaian was finally reunited with his wife, and mother. the washington post tehran reporter also met his bosses from the newspaper and said i want people to know that physically i'm feeling good. i know people are eager to hear from me. but i want to process the for some time.
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spying cardinals and jailed in a no torious prison at times in solitary confunment. he and other americans were flown to europe on a twist swiss air force jet on sunday. since then, his brother told, he is making up for lost time. >> trying to catch up on what is going on in the world. he is catching tv, seeing people talking about him. >> reporter: also thrilled to be with his family at mast is amir hekmati, a former maine marine, jailed since 2011. he shire ared his first taste of freedom. he traveled with the family when feuds came with the release. >> amir had a steak. he hasn't have one in enjoyed it. he enjoyed having whatever he wanted to eat and being with his family.
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the exchange was christian pastor saeed abedini arrested if 2012. his wife is expected to join him here shortly. now, we den know how long the three men are going to be here, but history suggests that in cases like this, it's somewhere between a week and ten days. gayle. >> elizabeth palmer reporting from germany, thank you so much. millions of americans are waking up this morning to a winter chill. low temperatures in the country are below freezing. some areas are far below zero. the east coast is bracing for the possibility of a massive winter storm this week. oh boy. meteorologist daniel niles where the threat. how's it look, daniel? good morning. >> reporter: this is the first big one to watch t. energy is coming into the pacific west today. we will see how that will intering a t. time frame, a
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gulf of mexico with the tennessee river valley into southern new england with a track likely south and east of new england as we head into sunday morning. how does that mean in terms of snowfall? amounts could top out over two feet in parts of west virginia and virginia a. big swath of six-to-12 inches. lots to watch. charlie, back to you. >> some of tennis's officials insist their sport is clean, but investigators report they have evidence that at least 16 top players took bribes from gamblers. mark philips is if london with the alleged fixing scandal. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well the problem with tennis is, how do you prove keating? who is to say why a ball went long or who put a volley into the net? still reports say more than a dozen players regularly lost matches under odd,s.
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of suspicious betting patterns. the allegations have overshadowed the opening days of the australian open, the first stop on tennis' grand slam tour. >> it's bad, obviously, if something is going on. you hope, or know in public something may be will get done about it. >> reporter: the names of the alleged keith verse not been disclosed. but the reports leaked to the bbc and buzzfeed are based on documents that identify more than 70 players suspected of throwing matches. but which players? >> i'd love to hear the names, then at least it's concrete stuff and you can debate about it. >> reporter: the core group of alleged cheaters is composed o of 16 men, including grand slam champions. gambling syndicates if russia and italy have reportedly made big money by placing suspicious
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wimbledon and the french open. >> the tennessee secretary units and authorities absolutely reject any suggestion that everyday of match fix has been suppressed for any reason. >> reporter: the tennis corruption police the so-called tennis integrity unit say they have taken disciplinary action in 18 case including banning five players and one official for life. others have admitted being approached to throw machls, even the world number one when he was just starting out. >> i was approached through, me personally, through people that were working with me at that time and, of course, we threw it away right away. it didn't even get to me. >> reporter: djokovic says the offer was roughly for $200,000 to tank a 1st round match in russia. also 2007, small change to him now. there are punishments for
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including a quarter of a million dollar fine and a lifetime ban. the money. first you have to find it. >> mark, thanks,. the music world has lost an iconic guitarist. the eagle's co-founder glen frey died pond after a lock ill ngness illness. anthony, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie, ye, in a sense the troubadour is where the eagles were born. this is where glen frey checked with don henley in 1970. >> that friendship would force the success of one of the american acts of the rock era. . as front man and co-founder of
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create one of the most distinctive sounds in american music. with their blends of country and rock the eagles scored four consecutive albums and sold 1 skrift million albums. >> we were serious about the songs and serious about why we wanted to take the band. but along the way, we really rocked and had a good time. >> a detroit native, glen frey met texas drummer within they signed and the two met linda ronstadt's band. >> we want our own band, especially glen. he really had a plan. he wanted to put a band together that had four guys in it that had four guys in it that can all
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you can't hide your lying eyes rormt formed if 1971, if eagles would become the best selling band of the decade. but the costs of fame proved too much t. eagles broke up in 1980 career. the heat is on >> reporter: then in 1994 the eagles reunited with the album "hell freezes over." >> reporter: after touring off and on ever since. [ music playing ] steve kroft talked to the song writing did you eif a minute for "60 minutes." >> are you guys friends? >> yeah. >> complicated friendship,
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>> it's a little like brothers. >> and we're if business together. we're in the business of song. we will forever be associate. you know, we might as well get along. >> reporter: don henley said in a statement yesterday, i'm not sure i believe in faith, but i know that crossing paths with glen louis frey in 1970 changed my life forever. norah, it's hard to imagine the eagles going on without glen frey. >> everyone is mourning his passing this morning. great music. >> a lot with hotel california. it brings back all the music they had. it makes you want to get the greatest hits today. i want to get it. >> a gait talent, indeed. >> oscars so white could become more than a social media backlash.
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>> there's a new legal fight after an uber passenger beat up his driver on camera. >> it's easy to remember that video ahead. rikki klieman on whether the attacker could get more from the >> the news is back right here on "cbs this morning." come on in pop pop. happy birthday. i just had a heart attack...
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. >> loose change is enough to help drivers fill up in one area. ahead, the $57 cents a fillup. new >> announcer: breaking news alerts and the hour by hour forecast from the weather authority this is local 12 news. >> bob: good morning again. it is 7:26. now just 8 grows outside as we check some of the top storize of the day. cincinnati police trying to find out who is responsible for a late night shooting. >> sheila: a man in his 20s shot in the back and leg. he is expected to survive. >> bob: jury selection begins for the retrial of tracy hunter coming up on star 64 in a few minutes. adam clements will tell us the
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is being tried again and why people are speaking out against her being prosecuted. >> sheila: a monroe company looking to hire new employees. they are holding job fairs tuesday, wednesday, thursday and saturdays at its new facility across from trader world. the jobs are entry level for new hires. they could earn $12 an hour. also breaking news pete rose will be inducted no the red's hall of fame. more on that on star 64. here is jen with traffic. john >> jen: my first words were mommy, daddy and i love pot rose. looking at the roads we have an accident reported before the daniel carter bridge or pick mack bridge. the bridge will not pick it up because it is before the bridge. you can see some major taillights. 471 north bound you will see heavier traffic than normal
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we have one reported on 71-75 southbound. it is just before 275. potential 471 and 71-75 seeing heavy traffic from 275 up to the bridges. colerain northbound you may see some lanes shut down between blue rock and burn side or loretta lane. that is in green township just south of the colerain township line. 2 vehicles involved one leaking fluid. it was a truck. we talked about 471. 75 south pound has seen heavy traffic because of an accident. it is over to the shoulder. guys, over to you. >> sheila: it is cold. what else do we have to say about it. >> bob: snow is a coming that's the new twist. >> 24 hours from now we will have snow moving in. we have a few light flurries. 8 degrees we are down a degree at the international airport seeing wind chills below zero. on the weather authority app
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yesterday we hit a high of 15. i think we will be a few degrees warmer than that. still going to be dangerously cold. 18 degrees by 4:00.
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>> bob: >> i do not own a tux se do. nor do have i ever worn a tuxedo. >> he has never been to the prom. >> in that image, i created this image for you to photo shop yourself into of you on a prom date with senator sanders. the theme of the prom, of course, enchantment under our unfair financial system.
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very good, stephen colbert. coming up in this half hour, big names in hollywood are planning to boycott the academy awards for the sec year in a row, no minority actors received top nominations. ahead the academy's response. >> plus the former taco bell executive who apologized for slapping an uber driver now plans to sue. rikki klieman looks at his lawsuit. why he wants to keep it away from a jury. that's ahead. time to show you this morning's headline the washington post reports on the rising civilian death toll in iraq in the fight against isis. a you united nations report said today nearly 19,000 people were killed in less tan han two years. more than 36 thousand were injured. the report says thousands of civilians have been enslaved by isis. >> the "wall street journal" reports the annual report fell to its slowest pace in 25 years.
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grew 6.8% in the final quarter. over the entire years ago it expanded by 6.9%. >> the sharng high index jumped 3% on expectations of more stimulus. the washington globe reports on tics that carry lyme disease. the new study tiendz these tics live in half of u.s. counties. that's more than 1998. experts say that climate change will make it easier for them to spread even farther. usa today reports on an apparent gas price war in one part of michigan. it brought prices down to less than 50 cents a gallon. drivers at this gas station filled up for 47 cents a gallon on sunday. monday morning prices returned to the $1.40 range. that's still below the national
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they are answering growing calls for boycott over the lack of diversity, for the second year in a row, no person of color was nominated in the acting concern is kevin frazier a part of "entertainment tonight" is in los angeles. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie, the icad my president says she is frustrated and heart broken that despite her best attempt to diversify the academy for the sec year if a row, as you mentioned, no person of color was nominated in any of the acting categories and this now has prompted jada pinkett smith and spike lee to announce they will not be atending next month's ceremony. >> i will not be at the academy awards. i won't be watching. >> reporter: hours after actress jada pinkett smith announced she is boycotting the oscars. spike lee followed suit. he asks, how is it possible for the 2nd consecutive year all 20 contenders under the actor
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>> we need to have some serious discussion about diversity and get some flavor up in this. >> we are not happy with the result either. >> reporter: the academy president addressed the issue late monday night. >> i hope that everybody understands that this organization is completely committed to turning this narrative around. >> the nominees are -- >> currently oscar nominees are chosen by a 6200 member body who according to a 2013 study were 93% white and 74% male. there the academy has the right to a acknowledge whomever they choose. thus do us. >> reporter: will smith was considered a strong contender for his role in "concussion" but didn't get enough votes from academy members.
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sylvester stallone was nominated for "creed." his plaque star was snubbed. so was samuel l. jackson in "the hateful eight." . along with the entire cast of the critically acclaimed "straight out of compton." >> they have been nominated for best screen play. >> you mean these writers? smoke-filled room where people are saying, we're going to block these black performances and black films because we hate black people. that's not it at all. it's a structural institutional and historical issue. >> reporter: now, no official word on whether will smith will join his wife in the boycott. ly tell you this, will and jada are usually if lockstep. this lack of diversity is one of the reasons why eva longoria resolved the alma awards and i think there will be a star
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awards. >> entertainment tonight will bring you more on the controversy. >> chris rock who is hosting is under pressure to bow out as a host. people close to him say it's highly unlikely he will do that. i expect him to do a loud rendition of say it loud and i'm proud with jack brown. i know nothing, just saying. >> i think he may have a little comedy for this. >> i think so, too. >> it may be satire. >> it's giving him lots of material. there is rising information on a uber driver, he is suing the driver. we reported on benjamin goldman arrested on the attack if orange county, california. taco bell fired him days later. now days later, now golden claims he recorded him illegally. he wants $5 million. "cbs news" legal expert rikki klieman is here to sort it all out. i'm curious about the attorney
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sit down. does he have any legal grounds for this case? >> well, when i first read the, i hadn't laughed that uproariously if a case in a long time because you just say, come on. we have all seen this video. he's choking the life out of the guy. he is drunk as a skunk. he is the one who then apologizes. says it really wasn't me, that way. i'm so sorry, i'm so sorry. now he's suing for $5 million for saying the driver is only suing for $25,000. does he have a case? well, if he's in my courtroom, he doesn't have a case. >> what about other people's courtrooms? >> in another courtrooms, there may be another matter. you have to look at this odd but yet very aggressive stance that california, of all the states in the country, has taken on what we call two-party consent. what does that mean? it means if you and i have a
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tell you if i am recording you and the real operative words here are these. private and confidential. >> so from you if a car, it's not private? >> i say if you are if a car, a cab, a burks an uber, that ultimately, are you in a public setting. people can observe you. other cars go by you. i am fought having an intimate confidential conversation with you. let's say in -- i'm sorry. >> so i understand that. >> 11. i know, i got the flashback of judge judy and judge ricky, good, too. >> i'm not used to things that humerus. other than that, that legal minutia is it because he doesn't want that video in another court case shown? >> well, it could be that. he isf manying, through his lawyers to do two things.
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what he calls illegal eaves dropping by virtue of the dash cam. number two, he wants the evidence, this recording suppressed. tossed out of the criminal case. i say even if the passenger the unruly passenger wins by getting it suppressed in the criminal case, he still loses the criminal case. you have the observation of the driver. >> are there no precedents if understanding what venues are legally under the law? in other words, are there places that have decided to not be public? like the car or something? >> not about a car, charlie. but i do think this, in this particular case, this passenger is going to lose. >> i thought i heard it wrong when i first heard the case. money stolen by phony irs agents. if you are heading out the door, you can watch us live through the cbs all access app on your
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>> brake being news alerts and the hour by hour forecast from the weather authority this is "good morning cincinnati" live on local 12. >> bob: good morning against 7:56. 8 degrees outside. an elderly woman forced outside because of a fire. >> sheila: crews called around 1:00. they fell asleep with the stove on. they estimate damage $10,000. now the red cross is helping the woman with a place to stay. today is the day to pay up
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he made the bet that if the steelers won he would win a steelers jersey. the mayor will serve lunch in black and gold. they are all providing the food at the set i gospel mission. >> bob: helping lift children out of poverty. how a school is breaking barriers in one the toughest neighborhoods. that is ahead on "good morning cincinnati" on star 64. let's get a last look at traffic for this hour. here is jen. >> jen: we have a couple of problems on the interstates slowing traffic. 75 we have an accident reported in the southbound direction past ohio 122. so as we take a look at the stop motion camera which is all we have you can see when it loads there we have really heavy traffic. 75 southbound south of 122. very heavy traffic because of an accident. we have an accident reported on
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slowing traffic down just before the daniel carter bridge. traffic heavy in that area. other accidents reported 71-75 northbound near 275 had an earlier accident. you can see traffic still heavy there. 75 southbound had an accident reported as you pass the split. we still have a report that some lanes maybe blocked colerain northbound because of an earlier accident there. guys, over to you. >> sheila: still cold seeing a peak of sun out there. >> little bit. we have some clouds around earlier. since they cleared out right about now we are seeing the temperature drop off a free or two. we are down to 7 at the international airport. wind around 9. so that moans wind chills are slightly below 0 still now. it will take a couple of hours to get the wind chills above the 0 mark. we will make it up to a very, very cold 18 degrees today. it is the last temperature from
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snow moves in tomorrow. expect around 1 inch. some areas close to 2 inches moving in around sunrise tomorrow. >> bob: remember we have another hour of "good morning cincinnati" on star 64.
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[ music playing ] >> it is tuesday, january 19th, 2016. there is more news ahead, including turmoil on wall street and the oil market. j.p. morgan chase, jamie diamond, looking at how long the financial troubles could last. first, here's today's eye opener at 8:00. they handed out more than 1,300 cases of water, but 'people are saying this is only a temporary solution. >> ted cruz is staking a late
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donald trump is riding high. this hospital hopefully says they can start to pick up the normal routines of life. >> the time frame, friday through sunday. a biggest concern, it would know through the mid-atlantic into southern new england. >> reports say more than a dozen players all ranked in the top 50 regularly lost under odd circumstances. >> this is where glen frey first checked with don henley in 1970. that friendship would form the basis of one of the most successful american acts of the rock era. >> i will not be at the academy awards. >> reporter: for the second year in a row, no person of color was nominated. >> he is choking the life out of the guy. now he is suing for $5 million. come on. >> executives of chipotle announced restaurants giving away twice their amount of free
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following an e. coli outbreak. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by liberty insurance. >> i'm charlie rose with nara king and rows o'donnell. >> tonight the plint water emergency, volunteers joined state troopers monday to hand out filters and bottles of water. flint's water supply had been poisoned with lead for month. protesters targets snyder's home monday called for him to step down t. natural journal says comparing his handling of the water crisis to president bush's handle og of katrina unfair. the governor's office tells "cbs
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the people of flint, not politics. in the presidential race the fight between donald trump and ted cruz is getting rougher. in two speeches on monday, trump did not mention cruz by name. this morning, he tweeted cruz is a nervous wreck over poll numbers. yesterday, he tweeted an attack on citizenship and criticized the source for money for campaign ads. cruz is stepping up his attacks if person. in new hampshire last night, he disputed trump's conservative credentials for the first time in front of voters. >> he's welcome to launch whatever insummits he likes. i have no intention of rerip pro indicating. i think policy is fine. he thinks emmeant to domain is fantastic. he has talked about illegal immigration and amnesty. we were on the kernlg e verge of losing this fight and 12 million people here granted am necessaricy. donald was nowhere to be found. >> cruz will make six stops in new hampshire today on day three
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>> iran is moving quickly the morning to ramp up oil production after the lifting of nuclear sanctions. 500,000 new oils of iranian oil are expected to worsen the glut that sent oil prices into a tailspin. the kohr's of crude is under $30 2003. weak demand for oil and china's slowing economy sent shock waves to american markets t. s&p 500. dow jones and nasdaq are all down 8% or more since the start of the year. j.p. marken daymond diamond is here to talk about that and unveil it. they have participated in the company's conferences. good morning. >> a pleasure to be here. >> it's good to have you here. talk about for us oil prices are down, marks seem to be volatile and scarce, chosen announced it's the lowest growth in the gnp.
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where the global economy is going? >> i think, yes, a little bit. maybe not as much as most other people. the way i look at it. china is confusing people. it's getting slower. they mismanaged a little of the juan and the stockmarket. the prices have gone way down. remember it's huge beneficiaries and japan, india, they're huge losers, oil companies, brazil, et cetera, that brings turmoil. i think around a presidential election t. reversal of qe3. i think those things create turbulence. i hope the markets reprice that the strength of the economy, which is still there, we're growing. >> overall good in. >> overall good. i think china turbulence will grow 5 or 6%. >> i think the question will be how resilient do you think the u.s. economy is? >> very.
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i think 12 or 13% of our gpp, 1% is to china. 120 in the private sector. as long as the consumers have money. they're wealthier. we see ways going up, they've added 12 million jobs in the last five or six years. we have a thing where we analyze if details people spend money. we see them spending gas main. 80% of it. the u.s. economy is strong, that's probably the most important thing in the world right now. >> before we talk about initiative, i want to talk about politics. it seems bashing bankers is for both sides. do you think you and your home mys are easy targets or do you think it's unfair? >> look, we're easy targets. i've gotten used to this. we try to be a great corporate citizen wherever we are, we help cities, skoshlgs hospitals, we're steadfast. our customers are happy with us.
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it. i understand the politicians should warn j.p. morgan should do a job lending, hoping allocate capital, obviously being safe and sound, which we are. we were a rock of gibralter. >> clearly, this storm had a huge impact. clearly, you have paid billions of dollars in bonds. what do you do with that? >> i probably made mistake doing that in hindsight. in business, you will do some things right, some things wrong. you pay a terrible price. we have if california. we have great people. we paid probably another 20 $billion at this point. so if hindsight. we would not have done those things. >> could that have happened again? >> no, i don't think my boy
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like that. >> who do you think would be stronger? sanders? >> i don't know. i think at one point, need to get into detail what that is. we are a strong company. we were a source of stability in the storm. way. to have good regulation, not accessible all over the place, good oneles. should take credit. it's a lot stronger. god knows how much more lick quidy. it's probably why the american economy is strong. >> did you support dodd-frank? >> most of the things i didn't port, were the same think i things barney frank were against, several things. no one will agree on everything. i don't think anyone in congress will agree on everything.
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being a human piniata. >> what do you think the biggest misconception is about wall street? >> wall street is a big place. you got asset managers, investor, private equities, i don't know people mean. banks have a wrong role in that. a healthy financial system, it includes all those things, so, you know, it is, i understand it's a black position for some people at the end of the day, we raise capital for companies, large and small. we're the largest bank in america justant to small businesses and middle market companies. >> i want to talk about you being a good corporate citizen. could we do that? >> yes, you may. >> i too have been to a couple j.p. morgan conferences. the new initiative i think is really exciting. you want to recruit students in a different kind of a way. you are looking for an alternative. not that there is anything wrong
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you are looking at a new way of doing that. tell us how that works. >> this grand over several years to get it locally. did jobs created for kids graduating if high school, community schools, so when you leave, they actually have a well paying job. 2,000 kids go there. they get in, when they get out, 55,000 will average out. because they're trained in electrical equipment. trained in air frames. trained if engine control stuff like that. so this grant will create innovation at the local level, where a state, a sifx society, community schools or high schools and businesses work together andcy few do this, we will hire these kids. the businesses should be involved in that training.
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if it works there will be reply repli replcation. you can stay in that job. you were fired going to college. >> what i like is that it pays well, why is it important to you? because you really don't have to do this kind of this inc.? >> j.p. morgan case, we're one country. success is paramount to us. if you ask me, we have 40% of inner city school kids not graduating. the unemployment rate for you, minority, 20%. it's a disgrace. if you were in business, you would be rienging the alarm bell, getting people in the room, line them up. so it's great for society. obviously great for j.p. morgan chase. it will create opportunity for people. because, you know, i tell people, people think here's the one example i have, east germany, west germany. east germany could have been just as prosperous if you have a at this time policy,
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work together, like in detroit, by the way the mayor and governor, it's unbelievable. you could have december e success. that's what people are working on. so that's j.p. morgan has been doing the kind of stuff for 200 years. in addition to banking, we try to help every community we are in. this is global, too, by the way. >> come back. >> you feel as good as you look? youhood a bit of a health scare? >> i feel good. >> you look great. >> it's a pleasure. >> thank you very much. >> don't go yet, jamie. we have to read the tease. a mosquito borne virus that may cause birth defects is included in a baby in the u.s. we have important information for pregnant women.
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>> it's been more than four years since they cut ties with hank williams, jr., the country legend still has something to say about it. >> monday night football. >> go check it out. >> don't listen to me, go check out what their ratings went to. >> okay. why the singer makes no apology against his controversial comments or sounds. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." it takes a lot of work... to run this business. but i really love it. i'm on the move all day long... and sometimes, i just don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost to get the nutrition that i'm missing. boost complete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. all with a great taste. i don't plan on slowing down
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health officials this morning are bracing for more u.s. cases of the zika virus. a baby in hawaii, experts think she got the virus in brazil early in her pregnancy. that's where thousands of broken injuries and you? importance received the virus. 13 other countries and territories including puerto rico. our dr. tara farula is with us. good morning. >> this is serious. if you are pregnant, women should take this seriously and not travel to these areas. pause what may happen? >> absolutely.
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zika virus was originally discovered in the 1940s and rapidly spread throughout latin america in the last year or two. in the united states, we had about 14 case, in 2015 and '16, another 12 cases. the officials from the health department, they suspect we will see more imported case, meaning people getting sick outside the country and bringing it in. cases. in fact, in puerto rico last month, there was the first case of someone who got bitten by a mosquito in puerto rico and developed the disease. it's important to understand while it has spread if latin different. we have better sanitation, skreengs screens, so the outbreak will be more local. like we seen in dengue and other viruses. >> do you realize you have it?
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>> one case leads to another. if california, officers disabled a car after a brief low speed purchase suit. when the dog got out to surrender, they closed down the 107 freeway. they roui'm cammy dierking. for couples trying to become parents... new recommendations on moving forward from a miscarriage. the surprising advice, tonight at local 12 news... ------------------------- --------------------------- >> bob: good morning again. 8:25. 7 degrees outside. i'm bob herzog. >> >> sheila: i'm sheila gray. time for a traffic alert with jen dalton. >> jen: take a look at the roads this morning.
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tell us about. we have incidents on the interstates that have opinion slowing things down. there we go. come on now. 71-75 north bound we had an earlier accident near 275 slowing things down. you are still heavy up to the ohio river. madeira. we have a couple of other viewers. colerain avenue we have video of this in the northbound direction because of an earlier dent at one point in time. at one point they did have both the northbound lanes closed because the truck hit a vehicle and there was a fuel spill. you may see flashing lights. that has been several hours since that was there. we have an accident on 75 southbound near wyoming. we cleared our accident on 471 northbound the not too bad at this point. some of our top stories. new this morning police trying
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for a late night shooting. >> >> bob: the victim was shot in the back and the leg and was also pistol whipped. he was taken to a local hospital and expected to survive >> a suspect from a weekend murder due in court. he is accused of killing emanuel scott friday night. the 20-year-old turned up at children's hospital suffering from a gun shot wound. he will be arraigned on charges of murder and aggravated robbery. a local business is looking to hire a hundred new employees. they are hiring those workers. they opened a new state of the art facility. career fairs will be held at the serta location in monroe on thursdays 9:30 to noon and 1 to
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new hires could earn $12 an hour. >> bob: they had a good weekend with the adopt a pet weekend. fury friends still need a forever home. it is all for a good cause. a fun bet between 2 cities what the cincinnati mayor in black and yellow. >> sheila: we don't like seeing that video. >> probably a lot of white in the come days with snowfall. >> sheila: friday could be something. >> no snowfall going on. we had flurries earlier. 7 degrees. that is how cold it is in cincinnati. a little bit colder towards southeastern indiana between 4 and 5 degrees there. we are warming up a little bit today. 14 grows around 1:00. 18 will be the high temperature. a few grows above what we saw yesterday in terms of the day. it will be very, very similar. we are seeing snow move in
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it's going to be about an inch is what i would expect over over much of the area. maybe up to 2 inches. if you want heavier snow you have to go down towards louisville. break on thursday. watching that one on friday that one could be significant. we'll watch it in the coming days.
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we have m more >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour. country icon hank williams, jr., on the journey home. his new music conquering life-threatening challenges and answering controversy. that's ahead. but right now, it's time to show you the headline, trader joe's recalling it's store brand raw cashew pieces. some may have been contaminated with sam fella. the pieces were distributed in
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two dozen states. no illnesss have been reported. the new york daily news reports yesterday's episode of "jeopardy" ended without a winner t. category was state capitals. >> a 1957 event led to the creation of a national historic site in this city. signed into law by a president whose library is now there, too. >> hmm. da da da da. the correct answer, what what was the correct answer? >> little rock. where, norah? >> arkansas. >> president bill clinton. >> i have been there. >> his presidential library is located there. they said all along, nobody will return on tonight's show. >> that is the first time that has happened in years. the new york post tells us about a supreme misconception.
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found nearly 10% of college graduates in the united states think judge judy is a member of the u.s. supreme court. >> oh my gosh. >> the general american public faired worse. 13% say she is a high court justice. this therapy is based on a thousand interviews nationwide. well. >> is judge judy the supreme court? >> that's a little embarrassing. yes, it is, . >> she told me it is range. >> that's the title of one of seriously? >> that's not. >> i was wondering. >> oh, my gosh. >> you know everything, tell me it's raining. a good title. the new york -- the new year can bring uncertainty, holiday sales at bricks and mortar sales grew. beat expectations with a 9% vote. examiners are expected to send
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shoes they bought online. that's twice the rate of returns in traditional shores. shannon spetty pettypiece. i like that name. i didn't get teased? >> i had the option to change it. i kept it. >> more people bleed guilty, by two sizes, sometimes three. >> people buy nine pairs of shoes online and return eight of them there that's not good. >> you want the make sure it fits you? always dreaming, charlie. >> the retailers hate it. some companies know that you will do it. they have that built into the business model. people buying more online means they are returning and returns kill the retailers. here's an example. if you buy a $100 sweater. return that, after all of the repackaging, shipping fee, then the markdown, they have to put on that sweater because now it's
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sweat, they can obviously make $when the want on that sweater they originally sold you for $100 this rise and returns is hurting retailers. >> is there a rift it can be passed down to us the shoppers in the future? >> luckily, it's a buyers market out there right now. there is a lot of competition retail a. lot of pressure on price. retailers can try to inch prices up. they got amazon knocking at their door works is not as worried about price like the retails i tailers are like maesies or target. they're stuck in a hard place. a lot of them seen margins shrink and are operating at a loss. >> what's the best way to determine if you are getting a good price. >> shop online. pretty much everyone online is price matching. >> price matching. >> online, everyone is competitively price changing. one lowers, the other lowers, a lot of retailers are getting very savvy about pricing. >> is there one site that does that in. >> amazon is leading it.
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wal-mart. i was watching over the holiday season. one drops the price, all the others. >> they make it easy for us to shipping. number one, number two, where do the returns go? >> well, i mean, you think sometimes you send it back, it's going to the gap. they will put it back on the shechl. at love times it goes to a liquidator, a whole saleer who resells it on the sec market. consignment shop, ebay, sometimes overseas. so sometimes it's not going to the retailer. they will get a cut. >> what's your thought here, don't return? what do you want us to do? >> i think the retailers need to think a different way, virtual shopping. 3 the modeling, where you enter your measure. s. the world is going online, it's not up to the retailer to do a better job. it's up to the retailer.
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thank you, shan upon the. great to have you here. hundreds of thousands of pets each year take to the sky when they're too big to ride in the plane's cabin. they need to be checked. one of the largest airlines is joining other carriers and changing the rules. we are outside washington with the new pet policy. chris, good morning. >> good morning, charlie, if you have a big dog like buddy here, you want to fly with him. you used to be able to go to the ikt counter. increasingly, the airlines will send you here. this is the cargo terminal. hey, buddy, it is nowhere near that check encounter. >> good morning. >> for peter, harold,stanty is a part of the family, when they fly, their adorable golden doodle does, too. she is too big for the cabin. she has to be checked. typically, they require carry-on pets an their carrier to fit under the seat in front of you. >> it takes a lot of time.
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you have to go to your vet within a week of the flight and get the health certificate. each time you do it. so it's a, yeah, you have add about an extra hour to the arrival time. >> starting in march, delta will no longer allow them and instead they'll be handles as 48. they need dropped up off and picked up. which may be in a difl different location and the pooch could fly on a separate flight that may arrive at ative time. >> we won't do it with the cargo. we won't do that. we don't have the confidence and it would be too traumatic for us to think of the dogs handles as cargo. >> reporter: delta a united change them ascargo. they run the pet safe program. >> we really have a better equipped facility at cargo and
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in a safe environment and have professional staff that can look after them when they have a connection rather than leaving them out on the tarmac? programs like pet safe, where animals are kept in climbed controlled conditions, mark a course correction for airlines. greenburg. >> airlines have done a terrible job for over 40 years in transporting pets in the passenger plane and the statistics prove that and the airlines don't want to play that game anymore. >> through november, 33 pets died, 23 injured. three more lost in a possession in 2015. >> reporter: the real issue is connecting flights. whether it's a passenger plane cargo holds, it gets down to the chain of custody. who's watching that animal? who's transferring that animal? who is caring that animal. it's a liability issue. >> reporter: southwest and jet blue when lit check a pet. american still does only on
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it's too hot or too cold. aircraft delayed a trip for two days until seats were available on a pet friendly carrier. on the return to washington, weather delayed the bag annual, leaving peter pacing. >> yes. yes. >> reporter: but from the looks of it, the weight was well worth it. >> oh. delta says it will ultimately insure we have a high quality consistent service for pets when the owners ship them. office animals of all sizes are allowed in the cabin and travel experts say they think that that system will be abused by people that want to take advantage of that, instead of checking their pets. norah. >> wow, chris, i'm glad they're planning ahead for that, having recently floerngs it's different
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but when it's your dog, it's really scary. >> it says emotional dog, i would be afraid. >> you would do that, wouldn't you? >> maybe not. >> but you can't admit. >> i'm thinking out loud. >> you can't admit on live television, you want to abuse the system. no, charlie, i wouldn't do that. >> you pay have emotional needs that may require that. >> i wouldn't do it, norah, i wouldn't do it. all right, he is a country music ling end, it's a poet of
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shows his road to redemption, [ music playing ] >> hank williams, jr., has been a half century recording songs about rowdy friend, siping whiskey and country boys. now at 66 the country legend is out with a few album called "it's about time." williams started performing when he was only 8. he sold more than 70 million records and won entertainer of the year and a grammy. crawford visited williams in alabama you may know hank williams, jr., as a rowdy outlaw. [ music playing ]
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are you ready for some football? >> reporter: he's country music loyalty, son of one of the most influential figures in american music and the godson of johnny and june carter-cash. >> good old john, what a great mentor and friend. >> reporter: you might not know about the anything rish, the loss and all those second chances. you had almost died more than >> more than once. >> more than once. >> you should not probably not be alive. >> no, doctors said exactly that. >> because of that, williams lives life on his terms. we started out his interview outside nash till, a town he does his best to avoid. >> there's my godmother, june. >> reporter: within hours, he consistently hits the road for the place he considered home, his farm in alabama.
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parents are buried nearby. his senior died from alcohol and pills at 29 a. father williams never knew. [ music playing ] hank, jr. was 3. his mother molded him into his father's image. he gave fans what they wanted. an imitation of his dad, until in his early 20s, the pressure got too much? for a long time, it didn't matter, but, boy, you just start being a young man, you get, it starts working on you. >> you tried to kill yourself? >> yeah, it got bad, real bad [ music playing ] >> reporter: the doctor who treated him was blunt. >> he said, let me just lay it out there for you. you have been taught from the time you can possibly remember to look like, act like, be like,
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ledge enary father. you know, he said, they've done a dam good job and you're going to beat him. he said, you're going to beat him. he died at 29. you're going to die at 26. let me tell you something, folks, from that day on, hmm, all that went out the window. [ music playing ] >> reporter: he charted his own path came a fall, literally on a hundreding trip, he plunged 25 feet off a mountain t. injuries left scars to his face and head. >> you got to learn to see, hear, smell and talk again. and i'm not bull [ bleep ]ing.
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>> reporter: not only does he survive, he found freedom to be himself. an image he so presents, that his awards rolled in. >> theenner with is, ahh -- hank williams, wallace. >> reporter: his quote spokenness brought conversation. like a 2011 interview he said this about a golf game between president obama an house speaker john boehner. >> it would be like hitler playing golf with netanyahu. >> reporter: espn cut ties with him. to that, williams says this. monday night football. >> go check it out. don't listen to me. go check out what their ratings went to. >> you did compare, some people says, obama to hitler. you weren't saying obama was hitler? smr which one is he talking about?
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i ain't real crazy about either one, ladies and gentlemen. >> reporter: hess unrepennant and makes no apology, today at piece e pa es where where he [ music playing ] >> that song, what does it say? don't call me an icon? i don't care about the hall of fame. i'm going to live my life in my country boy town away. oh, they're real, baby. them songs are real. >> and williams has become a legend of his own by being his own man, his independence, his willingness to basically give the finger to authority. those are some of the things his fans love. wow. he has a new album coming out. >> he does, it's out. >> by the way, i was out of the country. i didn't see what happened to alabama and clemson, how'd that go? >> we did have a big win, i'd like to say roll tide. hank is a fan of the tide. >> i thought so. >> 45-40.
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>> it's always good to sigh you. you are watching "cbs this morning."
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for news anyny t3 i'm cammy dierking. for couples trying to become parents... new recommendations on moving forward from a miscarriage. the surprising advice, tonight at local 12 news... ------------------------- ------------------------- ------- >> sheila: good morning >> bob: here is jen. >> jen: looks like we cleared up the incident on colerain. we do have a couple of problems left. ken wood at madison. an accident reported there.
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we had an accident on 71 north bound near taft. shoulder. time. edan park an accident reported. this one is finally clear. 471 slowing stuff down towards the big mack bridge. again, i think that one is clear. 75 southbound still seeing heavy split. 71-75 heavy from dixie to the ohio river. elsewhere we are starting to see traffic lighten up out there most of the morning rush over. guys, back to you. >> bob: are here are your top stories of the morning. the cincinnati reds busy on social media. they tweeted out that pete rose will be inducted into the red's >> sheila: june 24 through the 26. that is the hall of fame weekend. they are having a news conference this morning. we will have it covered. the red's president says
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moment in the franchise". >> bob: new this morning one woman escapes her burning home in westwood. >> sheila: she will the woman fell asleep in her chair. when she woke up the stove on fire. firefighters were able to contain the flames to the kitchen and nobody was hurt. today is the one year anniversary of the deadly interstate over pass collapse. osha cited them for using an x straighted on the bridge deck. it wasn't strong enough to support the equipment. they were failing to stop demolition work after an engineering error found that could have caused the collapse. >> bob: a local charity getting a big boost. they wrapped up the pink loaf campaign. it sold special pink loafs and reached its goal of reaching $10,000 for the pink rib on girls. they will donate all of the
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girls. this was the fourth year of the pink ribbonloaf campaign. >> it gets warmer when we say >> sheila: it is all >> 7 degrees is where we are airport. still seeing those wind chills below 0. getting these temperatures up here in the next hour. a lot of these update at 9:00. or two. we will add on a degree or two. yesterday around 15 degrees. today we will make it up to 18 degrees by 4:00. as we go into tomorrow snow moves in in the morning. expect around an inch. it will not be a big one tomorrow. some areas 2 inches. road temperatures below freezing. if they are untreated they will be slick tomorrow. that's why we want to watch it as we get towards the morning commute. friday still some uncertainty. more computer model comes in.
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update at noon. >> bob: friday should be interesting. >> could be significant. >> bob: thanks for watching he have been. >> announcer: local 12 news is always on, on air, on line and on the go. we are proud to be the local
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