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>> it's been a very peaceful group tonight. breaking news from charlotte. a curfew impoe by the city's mayor just ended. it began at midnight in an effort to calm protests in the queen city. >> a state of emergency allowed the national city. >> overall last night was much calmer than what we saw earlier this wheelchair -- week when dozens were injured or arrested. i'm stefan chase. >> good morning. i'm russ bowen. we have been following events around the clock for several days. this follows the police shooting of keith scott. >> robert richardson has been covering the story all week long for us. he joins us live in front of
now what robert? >> reporter: that's right, the curfew seems a success, though it was paired with the presence of the national guard. some soldiers guarded the police station as officers patrolled the city. plenty of protestors walked around the epicentre, a few blocks from the police station, and some people blocked traffic on major roads, but destruction that happened tuesday and wednesday night. dozens of people face criminal charges for their participation in the violent protests wednesday night including this man who kicked out window panes of an uptown hotel. police continue to review footage from hundreds of cameras to try to identify vandals caught on camera with
emergency is lifted before then. robert richardson, cbs north carolina. the good news for us is the commute has been a whole lot easier -- a lot this week. >> so far this morning it's a lot drier. there's the chance of rain later today but it's not going to impact all of us so let's get straight to our forecast. here's a look at the satellite radar composite. if you have wet weather, it's down across the sandhills, very isolated in nature. the reaching sampson towards clinton and roseboro as we start off our morning so let's get to those temperature. the map looks similar to yesterday, upper 60s henderson and south hill and 70s elsewhere. 70 roxboro, 71 durham, siler city and sanford, lower 70s in lillington and fayetteville and clinton. raleigh, 72. as you make plans for the day ahead, most of you will be dry what stray shower possible,
te peeks of sun, 79, and we'll see peeks of sun for the afternoon and near normal, high of 81, isolated showers towards 6:00 this evening. i want to switch gear and check your traffic update before you head out the door this morning, pretty quiet and no 440, 40, or 540. we have an early morning accident in johnston county near kenly on nc 222 westbound at peacock lane and doesn't look like it's in a very populated area or causing delays this morning. we'll let you know if that changes on cbs north carolina. let me slide you down to fayetteville, in the green on
fayetteville. the commute is all yours. let's get to drive times. we're seeing things slow down between i-540 and downtown. remember, we have stoplights. 18 minutes. 12 minutes down glenwood. on 40, you're cruising pretty good, 540 to downtown, a 22- minute drive. let's go to i-40 and lake wheeler into the construction zone but cars cruising at a good speed and at see. another check of traffic and weather later this morning. a maryland police department is releasing this body cam video in defense of officer who pepper sprayed a girl this week. she was hit by a car sunday as she was riding her pike. when police got to the scene, they said the girl would not cooperate with the investigation. the officers tried to take her into custody but said she was combative. they tried to put her in a cruiser and pepper sprayed her
close the door. an attorney for the family said officer went too far, but be the police chief said the officers did the right thing. >> the officers applied their training and respond within the guidelines of the hagueest town police department and policy and used the appropriate level of force. under the circumstances, to gain control of a juvenile. >> police also said the story does not match what the driver of the car crashed into the vehicle and tried to leave the scene. the officer involved are still on dut . authority in athens, tennessee, are working hard to find out why a man shot and killed two coworkers thursday. athens is an hour away from knoxville. police said the unidentified man went to the manufacturing plant and shot two people. officers arrived to a chaotic scene with people screaming.
neighbors are looking for changes after several incidents involving children at a bus stop. two young girls were chased from their stop near east way avenue and mcneill street. on wednesday, similar incident happened a mile away. neighbors said the community needs to come together to protect its children. >> i'm hoping that, um, this has caught the ear of the school board members and parent in the community that will help watch out f themselves. >> members of the community are asking the durham county school board to change bus stops for the area and official will make changes if they feel that needs to happen. people are drink clean, local water, the first time in decades. in 1985, leak from underground storage tanks caused contamination in part of the city. now, more than 30 years later, officials are letting people
>> to finally be at this point after at least 31 years, this is a remarkable effort. >> this will give a chance to get some development and have a strong village core. >> the project costs $2.6 million, the first county-owned county drinking system in durham county. happy to hear. folks deserve that. 6:07 georgia home and met with quite the surprise. >> it was in the link of an eye. what is this guy doing in my car? a woman in florida sees crime in progress and decides to take matters into her own hands. >> scary stuff there. let's get to our temperatures before you head out the door, upper 60s and
looking ahead, a judge could decide whether certain evidence will be heard in the case against a former unc student charged in a crash that killed three people. cbs north carolina's justin quesinberry is here with what is being considered. >> reporter: attorneys for chandler kenya filed two motions asking for evidence to be excluded from the trial that the wrong way on interstate 85 in hillsborough and crashing and killing three people, including a 6-year-old girl. it happened last year. he was underage at the time. his attorneys asked evidence taken from his seized cell phone be excluded and want blood test results excluded. the hearing is scheduled for 11:00 this morning.
trial. detail in our next half hour. >> thank you for the latest. it's time to get the latest on the forecast. i drove in to dry roads, the first big change this week and today as well. here's a live picture this morning from downtown raleigh. we're looking from shaw university to downtown, a beautiful shot our morning. 72 as you look, and isolated showers cannot be ruled out, near 74 towards 9:00 a.m. keep the umbrella nearby and not many will use it so a nice change this morning. here's the radar as we scan the skies. it's quiet, and close to the sandhills, drizzle around hoke and cumberland county but
clinton with decent rain and light showers and other than that we're quiet and dry. we like to say those words on a friday morning. 68 henderson, south hill, 71 durham and siler city and sanford. lee county, 70. we have talked about the morning drive so lunchtime, 79, peeks of sun and will continue to see this high, isolated showers east of the triangle later today. i will have a closer look at the forecast and what day will be the warmest in ten minutes. >> thanks, alyssa. 6:12 on your friday morning. a purse snatcher thinks he's get away with an easy steal but the victim has other plans. >> i did a double take like, what? a couple gets their own
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disabling their gps monitoring devices and the results can be deadly. david hurst has a preview of our special report on what is being done to prevent this. >> it's changed my life forever. >> reporter: it's been six months since kesha livingston was shot and killed in her lewisburg for tyeshia, it's hard getting home. >> i have a lot of questions what this has become. >> reporter: livingston was one of three people killed in march. darius robinson was on house arrest and took off his electronic monitoring device before committing the murders. after a week on the run, police arrested him in virginia. >> the fact he was able to
contact with him, that's a drastic jump. >> the north carolina department of correction said there's been a rise in convicts tampering with devices. tonight at 6:00, an in-depth look at the process and how the d.o.c. is working to bring numbers down. startling video in georgia. a person wakes up in the middle of the night and there are three men inside of her house. what happened next is camera. she fires bulled its at the particulars. they had their guns as well. the men ran off with one of them crashing through a glass door. a suspect was hit in the chest and die the outside the home. they're hoping the video will lead them to the two other particulars. >> they're not wearing anything on their faces so we highly anticipate someone watching the evening newscast will recognize these people.
out if the home was specifically targeted. a florida woman is sharing her perspective on the dangerous encounterer a purse snatcher at a gas station. look at this video. the man can be seen lift into the car. he get in the car and tries to drive off but once the woman realized what is happening, what does she do? she jumps onto the roof of the car and tries to get the thief to stop. she said her instincts took over. >> i reach into the driver's side, had and -- at that point, he drove off so i fell off the vehicle. my legses were out and his driver's side tire drove over my foot. >> the dangerous ordeal left the woman with a severely sprained ankle and cut and bruises. she said she relied she should not have fought pack because her purse wasn't worth that. you don't know how that could turn. i don't know what i would fight for except maybe my kid or --
a huge animal wandering in their backyard. >> coyote, fox, raccoons but never a moose. >> there's a moose in the back yard. i go, "yeah, right, sure." there's a moose pack there. i finally got up, looked, and there was. >> yep, a moose. while unusual, it's not uncommon, but the couple disagrees. the 3-year-old pull moose had been seen several week. officials tranquil eyed the 800- pound animal and moved it to a national forest where, hopefully, it made a new home and not their backyard. that thing is humongous. >> 800-pounds. >> i could watch that 100 times. it's funny. >> i like the guy's reactions. >> it didn't happen to you. >> still funny. >> "sure, there's a moose." >> right. [ overlapping conversation ] >> how much wine have you had. [ laughter ] not raining cats or dogs.
moose, either, 72 degrees, a live picture from the tower camera over the beltline and it's quite busy compared to an hour and a half ago. look at that, cars in both directions, cloudy sky, but for the most part, we are dry we have to look close to see showers this morning so the big picture, most of us not having to deal with wet weather. we have seen a shower or two in hope and cumberland county and may have wet roads in fayetteville and raeford but look closely. there's the clinton over 701 so wet roads in that direction. let's get to temperatures, very similar to the past few day, not a lot has changed there, 68 henderson, 69 south hill, 71 durham and raleigh and clayton and 73 to be the temperature in lillington, fayetteville, clinton as we start off the morning. hour by hour on this friday, so good to say that, stray shower at 8:00 a.m., 71.
and noon as we climb through the mid-70s to 79 for your lunch hour, 81 is where we'll end the day, small chance of a shower or two. the best chances will develop east of the triangle so around wake county or west, you may actually stay dry all day long. the set up is this. we have a cold front way to our north. inbetween that, we have high pressure and still have the low pressure system to the east coast and will over the next 48 hour, you will notice drier conditions. a stray shower hat 8:00 and dry at lunchtime and a stray shower around the rain on the coast
of rain partly cloudy sky, even more sunshine as we head into the afternoon, dry from start to finish. isolated showers today and sunday. we have the dry day inbetween over the next few days. highs across the board today will be in the low 80s, the warmest fayetteville, 83. then tonight looks pretty comfortable, overnight low close to 66 as clouds break up for and i will see a nice mix of sun and clouds, unseasonably warm, 88, and wi day. we drop 10 degrees. that's the north carolina way for you 78 on sunday, stray shower, with isolated shower chances will continue into early next week, upper 70s through next tuesday. 6:21. let's switch gears to check in with your traffic update this morning. a live drive condition showing 440, 540 in the green this morning, no trouble spots around raleigh. now, we have one early morning accident in portions of
westbound near peacock lane so if you're heading in this direction this morning, certainly be aware of that but looks like it's in rule area of johnston county so you're not expecting a lot of traffic. durham, more green -- that's what we like to see on traffic maps, 85 moving good, 55, durham freeway, no problem spots or accidents or breakdowns. your drive times -- westbound 64 and glenwood, with wade, 10, and around 10 minutes to u.s. 1. this has been bustling all morning long. i like to think many of you are heading out for a long weekend but if you're heading out for business, no delays on the roadways. >> 6:22 now. it's one of the biggest
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costumes, trust me. >> reporter: exactly. i went as grapes one year, blown up balloons. taped on. >> that's awesome. >> reporter: thanks, mom. >> please tweet that picture out. i'd love to see it. >> reporter: i'll see if i can find it. >> please do. see you later, jill. >> time to get creative with costumes. the time now is 6:27. still ahead in our next half hour resourceses are in charlotte as the city deals with violent protests. after the before you head out the door this morning, your full forecast. will we finally get a break from all this rain? from all this rain? stay with us. i'm roy cooper...and my mom used to teach in this school. she was so proud to be a north carolina teacher. she wouldn't have liked how we've fallen to 41st in teacher pay... 44th in per-student spending... or that governor mccrory tried to cut education funding to its lowest budget share in over 30 years.
shooting. >> good morning, everyone. thank you for watching north carolina news at 6:30. it's friday and i'm russ bowen. >> i'm stefan chase. we'll have much more from charlotte in just a few moments including a live report from the police headquarters but first, we're going to get a look at the weather and traffic coming from storm team meteorologist alyssa corfont. >> we have been doning raindrops all week. we will have more rain showers but will be isolated in now, this morning, as we start off our day, you can see a few isolated showers around the sandhill, possibly towards portions of johnston and wayne counties. a lot of us is light in nature this morning so 68 henderson, roanoke rapids reporting 70. around fayetteville, you're waking up to a current temperature of 73, 72 raeford
here's a look at the day ahead, pretty dry, just can't rule out a shower mainly southward and peaks of sun at noon, most of us dry, 79, and 81 this afternoon, which is pretty seasonal this time of year, a few isolated showers into 6:00 this evening. i will break down the weekend forecast for you in about ten minutes but right now, let's check in with traffic. if you're about to head out the door, i have great news in raleigh. we're in the green, indicating smooth traffic conditions. 440, 40, and 540 absolutely no trouble spots. the stoplights on glenwood not causing delays. we have one accident in a rural part of johnston on nc 222 westbound at peacock lane and if you're heading in this direction, stay alert, give the accident plenty of room to clean up. other than that no problem
fayetteville, all in the green, 401, 95, 295, no real delays to pass to you. i-540 to downtown, 18 minutes and four minutes between 401 and six minute drive and are looking at slow and go. 40 this morning, cruising at between 540 and downtown. 40 at wade avenue, plenty of cars starting to hit the roads but no delay in this direction. have a save morning drive in. we will have more in ten minutes. over to you guys. for the third night in a row, uptown charlotte was flooded with hundreds of protestors. >> their presence was in defiance of a citywide curfew
>> he joins live from the city's police department. bring us up to speed. >> reporter: well, russ and stefan, there's not much going on right now. we have seen several groups of runners this morning -- one is going past right now -- and a few cars on the road, not much traffic it seems like a normal morning in charlotte but a couple hours ago, this parking lot across from the police station was full of national a citywide curfew went into effect at midnight with many protestors staying out, blocking major roads. however, law enforcement was able to get them cleared rather quickly. we didn't see anywhere near the level of chaos and damage. law enforcement said some of the protestors helped to police themselves. >> i seen a lot of people inside the group helping to make that happen, helping to, um, just pull people away from
with us very hard from the inside and doing the lion's share of the work. that's helping us be peaceful. >> reporter: police are reviewing video to identify some violent protestors from earlier in the week, including this man who kic ed out panes of glass from a hotel. he's chargeed with damage to property. this happened that block from the police station. city will continue to have nightly curfew from midnight to 6:00 a.m. state of emergency. however, people needing to get to work that are commuting during those hours or need to get to and from the airport and the media are exempt from the curfew. live in uptown charlotte, robert richardson, cbs north carolina. >> thank you. the family of keith scott has seen dashcam video of his death and their attorney said they have more questions than answers about what happened. he said seeing the video was painful.
shot and killed but the reactionses on the rest of the family members' face. i want to point out this was the second time his wife has seen the shooting because she was out there the day that her husband was shot and killed. >> scott's family is being represented by justin bamperg, known for his work in the walter scott cases and is representing the family of curran thomas, shot and killed by a raleigh month. there are no plans to release the video now because the chief said it could put crime victims at risk. >> ultimately, i think i have to do what i can to protect the integrity of the investigation. also, i don't want to set a bad precedent that i'm releasing lots of video and i think you could be destroying some of the
photo taken of the scene where scott was shot. a source close to the investigation tells our charlotte affiliate an object in the photo is the gun police said they found. the scott family said scott did not own a gun or regularly carry one. they said he was reading when he was shot but police never found a book at the scene. there's new debate about a state law requiring body cams and dashcam video. under the law, assumed to be public record. people seen in video can requests to see it but the police agency decides whether or not that happens. if the requests is turned down, you can appeal to a judge and the only way it's released to the public is through a court order by the judge. the aclu calms law shameful but phil berger disagrees. >> they know what happened. and this right here, this doesn't need to happen again. >> we have created process
hopefully, will be removed from the political influence, making the decision if there's a question about releasing. >> the law pass this summer with large majority in the state house and the senate. >> the time right now 6:37. a small amount of relief for family in tulsa, oklahoma, after the officer who killed terence crutcher is killed. >> why the family is not satisfied. >> a lot of people didn't know why they were being evacuated. a city tense from a weekend terror attack. after the break what police said prompted a lockdown at a
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after an abandoned vehicle was found there. the bomb squad gave the all- clear a little later. it caused confusion for people at the airport, as you can imagine, because many didn't know where to go at that point. the scare comes less than a week after the bombing in manhattan that hurt 29 people. switching gears, we've got quite a few of our county in the eastern part of the state under a lot of water right now, evacuations there, too, and we have been drenched all week. >> yeah folks out east have seen way more rain than we have, over a foot of rain so that's hard to put into control there. let's take a live picture of raleigh durham international airport, 72 degrees. thankfully we have not received a foot of rain but received the rain we desperately needed. we're in the surplus so that's good to see. pretty cloudy skies to start off our morning. this is a live picture out of
morning and there is one lonely shower falling over clinton, moving slowly north, so it has produced a decent amount of rain in clinton. roseboro at one point, you had a nice shower overhead and there could be some puddles and wet conditions on the roadways. let's get to the temperatures, few in the 60s. henderson, south hill, let's walk you through theweekend. mostly dry out the door, 71, 79 at noon, and a shower or two east of the triangle, 81 our high. the first weekend of fall -- how did that happen so fast? -- we're in the upper 80s. sunday will feel fall-like with a small rain chance, highs in the upper 70s. pill let you know if those hang around for early next week in
russ? >> 6:41 in the morning. as we near the trial for a college student, his attorneys are fighting for major changes. how a hearing could change the case against chandler kenya. and less than a week, it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. you never know what you're gonna find,
attorneys for a former unc st fatal crash will make their case before a judge. they argue certain evidence should not be heard in the trial. justin quesinberry has a look at why. >> reporter: the trial is expected to start next month and his attorneys do not want evidence from blood tests and cell phone included. kenya is charged in the crash that killed felicia harris, darlene mcgee, and 6-year-old jenice beard.
wrong way, last year. his attorneys asked they've taken from the seeds cell phone be excluded because the search warrant was improperly served and claim kenya did not consent to blood tests and want those blood tests thrown out. >> thank you so much, justin. the family of terence about betty shelby. she turned herself in to authorities this morning. officials said she has been released on a $50,000 bond. andrew spencer reports that while crutcher's family is relieved charges will be brought, they will not be satisfied unless there's a conviction. >> the shame breaks here. >> reporter: calling the announcement a small victory, crutcher's twin sister said the work is not done.
chain of injustice, break the chain of police brutality. the chain break in tulsa, oklahoma. >> reporter: tulsa police officer betty shelby faces a charge of first-degree felony manslaughter. shelby is the officer who shot and killed 40-year-old crutcher with his suv stopped in the middle of a road last week. shelby's attorney has said she feared crutcher may have been reaching for a weapon but no weapon was ever found. crutcher's family has mixed feelings about the charges filed. >> his mother relieverred there were charges brought. the family saw murder on that video. >> reporter: the family won't be satisfied unless shelby is convicted. >> we know the history of these case and the formality. we know she's been charged but then we get no convictions. >> reporter: if she is convicted of first-degree manslaughter, shelby could be sentenced to as little as four
i'm andrew spencer reporting. recent events are breeding racial tension across the country. one man is just trying to calm those tensions with hugs. he started the free hugs project two years ago. since then, he's gone across the country with a message of peace. in charlotte, that included embracing police in riot fear in the middle of violent protests. >> it looked like the them. >> spreading peace. i like that. >> peace and love. most of us are starting off dry, a big change from where we've been the past few days. 72 degrees right now. this is a live picture from our tower camera. we're not worried about rain in wake county. most of us is just developing south of us so we'll go ahead and get straight to our radar. . you're getting ready to head out the door, "hey, we're all
you have to come close to see the shower falling for you and light rain east of that and still portions of sampson county. if you're in clinton on -- it looks like 421, maybe wet near 701 as well. other than that, it is dry to start off our day. i like to say that dry to start off our morning. 69 roanoke rapids, 72 raleigh, 73 lillington and fayetteville, and durham. you can see the number updating in roxboro to the upper 60s. now, don't get me wrong. the beginning of the week, we certainly needed this rain. now we have a surplus for the month and are okay to see rain chances taper off, 76 at 10:00 a.m., 79 at noon, most of us dry there with a small chance of rain this afternoon and.
of 81 and keep in mind, 81 normal this time of year. the set up is this. low pressure has been controlling our weather all week long. a spot of heavy rain across the eastern part of the state seeing this devastating flooding. now, this area will drift to see. high pressure will be in place later today and the weekend but you can see the cold front to the north, that comes into play and will bring a few towards sunday so a lot going on, stray shower possible through the morning drive, most of us dry at lunchtime, a few peeks of sun. that will be nice. if you see it, take a picture because it will be nice. we'll see rain showers to the coast in an area that does not need any more rain. that will gradually taper off overnight tonight and skies will be allowed to break up tomorrow morning, which means you could actually wake up to
early because the afternoon hours will be sunny and hot. so isolated showers today and sunday. it looks like saturday will be our dry day, a completely dry day for us. most of us will see dry weather, high in the low 80s. the warmest spot around the sandhills, 83 fayetteville. we're fall into the mid-60s, going to feel good out there, especially early tomorrow morning, and i mentioned it gets hot in toasty this time of year, cold front drops ten degrees. that's north carolina in the fall for you. as we head towards sunday, small chance of a shower with the cold front, otherwise dry all weekend long, small rain chance as we head towards next monday, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. we'll only stay in the upper 70s through next tuesday. 6:50 on your friday morning. let's go ahead and check in with traffic. it looks like we have
that direction. we'll have more details on that before the end of our cbs north carolina broadcast. to our east, we have an accident this morning across johnston county, a rural area so not seeing much delays on the nearby highways. 222 westbound is where the accident is near peacock lane and will check in, the freeway, cruising at a pretty speaking of drive times, look at this all in the green, good news on a friday morning, 540, glenwood to u.s. 64, a 17 minute drive, ten minutes on 440 and 40 as you head for the door and speak of heading for the door, let's take a live picture. skies will get brighter but means more cars on the roadways, i-40 at lake wheeler road, a bit busy out there but moving at a pretty good speed on this friday morning. russ? >> almost 6:52 in the morning. we'll be back with news to know
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u street as they have for several days. >> people have been protesting the shooting of keith scott who died tuesday. since then, nightly protest have grown violent. that prompted a state of emergency and reinforcement from the national guard and highway patrol. last night, hundreds flooded uptown once again to fight a curfew from midnight to 6:00 but demonstrations were much more peaceful, a sharp contrast from tuesday and wednesday night. there's a state of emergency in eastern north
number of communes are dealing with record flooding. officials rescued dozens of people including fayetteville and are using boats to rescue people. several school systems are closed. the man accused of murdering a shelby police officer is being extradited to north carolina in the next few weeks. he was captured in rhode island days after he shot officer week when he signed papers needed to bring him to north carolina. a gas station in chatham county is the latest to get a subpoena from the attorney general's office after price gouging complaints. nearly 1500 complaints have been finalled as the state deals with the gas shorting an. fortunately gas is flowing again. officials expect the supply to be back to normal by the weekend. hold your nose.
eye on a rare flower. >> it's known as the corpse flower, the nickname from the stench when it blooms. >> here it is right now. the one at the school is blooming. it's not open to the public -- is that unfortunately or unfortunately? i don't know, but the school has a live stream available so you cangle low the flower's progress, just not the smell. >> i guess you could wear a gas mask or whatever. >> i will not be fightin if you're getting ready to go, 72 at raleigh international airport. i want to point out one thing. the tarmac has been shiny with wet conditions but not this morning. it's still damp with kids standing in the grass at the bus stop but rain showers not falling for many of you, isolated showers reaching the ground around clinton in sampson county, most of us dry.
forecast, 81 this afternoon. now, there's a small chance of a shower later today that will develop east of the triangle around that 95 corridor, possibly closer to the coast. tonight, drier weather and then look out tomorrow. we'll be quite toasty to kick off the weekend, 88 our afternoon high. get your outdoor plans done early because it will be hot in the afternoon and then a cold front comes through throughout 10-degree in 24 hours, small chance of a shower sunday, also next week with highs in the upper 70s through tuesday. we'll to ahead and check traffic now. if you're heading out the door, remember this accident popped up on parr drive on trion road and we have pickups from time to time associated with this accident so be aware if you're heading outside. if you're heading out the door, i-40 at clayton bypass, bumper to bumper this time of the morning. today is no different. >> they're on the way to check out the corpse flower.
good morning. it is friday, september 23rd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." new protests in charlotte overnight. demonstrators chant "we want the police shooting of a black man. hackers attack at least half a billion yahoo! accounts. the fbi is now investigating who is behind what could be the largest cyber breach in history. and only on "cbs this morning," oprah winfrey joins us from the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture before its grand opening. she will share her personal mission. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90