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"toni on!." i just heard like a million shots while i was in my sleep. >> right now, shot in the line of duty, the man police were pursuing just before he and two officers were shot in brooklyn. we are following breaking news in michigan where a gunman went on a random shooting spree and killed several people. the latest in the presidential campaign. the latest winners and who threw in the towel on cbs 2 now. good morning, 6:00 a.m.
i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm andrea grymes. first, vanessa murdock has the forecast. >> reporter: yesterday it was gorgeous. today, more clouds, and showers will follow into the afternoon. temperatures right now in the city anyway they are crazy warm. look at this. 51 right now in central park. much cooler to the west of the city. 30 in andover, and 29 in somerville. 29 in white plains. we look at the 24-hour temperature change, and you will notice there's a big difference across the board. 8 below in andover going through the day today. temperatures warming up a bit. we will be in the mid-50s today. full forecast coming up. >> get some water, vanessa, thank you. we are following breaking news on long island.
small plane crash in suffolk county. the search continuing for at least one person who remains missing. the plane went down in the port jefferson harbor last night they are -- three people were rescued in the crash. police arrested a 45-year- old suspect just after midnight in downtown kalamazoo, and they said he shot and killed five parking lot. >> this is your worst nightmare. you have someone just driving around, randomly killing people, and there is usually a rhyme or reason to it, but we are not finding that in this particular case. >> officers found weapons inside of his vehicle.
officers are recovering after being shot by a suspect during a confrontation. >> reporter: diane, we can tell you one of the officer was released from the hospital and the other officer is getting hip. investigators are trying to figure out if the suspect opened fire on police. >> reporter: cell phone captured the frantic moments after the gunfire early saturday morning. two nypd officers shot following a wild pursuit. you can see one on a stretcher getting put in the ambulance. >> i just heard a million shots fired off.
yurku spared after a bullet hit his vest. police were responding to shots fired. they approached the suspect in the nissan, and he pointed a gun at them and took off. they called for backup, and he slammed headon into an officer. at this time several officers surrounded his vehicle, and a barrage of 30 bullets were unloaded, most, if not all by police. it's unknown if the officers were had hit by friendly fire or by the suspect. >> were they in the vehicles? throughout the vehicle? the shooter was in the vehicle the whole time. >> reporter: jamal was also shot and injured. he has a record in illinois,
here he was convicted of assault in in 2007 and served prison time. one of the officers is here getting treated but there's no word when he will be released. ilana gold, cbs 2 news. >> ilana, thank you. officer. said a 32-year-old woman was stabbed to death. a 31-year-old man was found in the home after a severed arm after he tried to commit suicide, but he's committed to survive. neighbors say it's usually a quiet neighborhood. >> when i heard all of this, i was afraid to step out of my house this is supposed to be a safe neighborhood. >> you never know what people are going through, the problems people are having, and you
>> reporter: the couple had one child together, and the woman had an additional child, and both were found safe at another location. hillary clinton clinched the win in the nevada caucuses, she got 53% compared to bernie sanders' 47 percent. donald trump won in south carolina. the other big news, jeb bush finishing well behind the billionaire. >> i want to begin by thanking the people of south carolina. >> reporter: another win for donald trump. he came out ahead of rubio and cruz who finished in a virtual tie for second place. >> we can stand together with a proven consistent constitutional conservative. >> the son of a bar tender and made from cuba stands one step
of america. >> reporter: voters said the most important quality in a candidate, he shares their values. for jeb bush who was in the bottom 3, it was time call it quits. >> the people of iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina have spoken, and i respect their decision. tonight i'm suspended my campaign. >> no! >> yep! >> reporter: hillary clinton avoided an upset despite the plate pump for bernie sanders. sanders was favored by young women voters, and voters wither concerned about the economy and the electth. >> it's a campaign to break down every barrier that colds you back. we will build ladders of opportunity so every american can go as far as your potential will take you. >> i believe at july at the convention, we will see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> up next for the candidates, the democratic south carolina primaries and then supertuesday in about dozen states. face the nation will be checking in with the candidates, and john will check in with us about 6:00. a date with danger. this casanova is accused of stealing more than just hearts.
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wife were among the officials who attended. scalia's son, paul, a catholic priest, led the service. >> sure, he forgot our names at times or mixed them up, but there are nine of us. he loved us, and he sought to show that love. >> scalia died last week, and he was 79 years old. at least three people are dead after a powerful cyclone ripped through figi. the government has cleared vital roads and reopened the main airport, but officials are still aless -- assessing the damage. virginia necessary s let's see the forecast for today.
on, and generally a beautiful start to the day out there. first things first, let's go live outside to showout the beautiful live picture. sunrise is in hatch an hour. the mild start is 51 in central park. west, northwest winds at 7 miles an hour. the headlines, above normal. clouds will thicken, and showers this evening. overnight, it will make its exit. it looks like mainly a rain event. midweek could be the real problem this week, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, heavy rain at times and very powerful winds as well. your temperature trend yesterday, 61 degrees, and today, cooler, but so much above seasonal. tomorrow, 57. you can get the hint, temperatures are going down
deteriorate from here as well. tomorrow accident mostly sunny skies and 47. we look at the weekend. yesterday's high of 61 was the normal for april 15th. so refreshing to be out in the warmth yesterday. it felt and looked great. today, looking beautiful to start, but the clouds will quickly follow as we have a storm system that will pass just to the south. here it is. the area of low pressure tracking in the easterly direction. the center of the low basically passing by the delmarva peninsula. here's what it looks like. starting off this morning at 7:30. looking lovely. as we get into the afternoon and early evening hours, rain begins to develop, and it's dry well north and west of the city. as the system exits overnight, it's possible we will see a bit of a mix of rain and snow as it
we need to be on the lookout for the possible slick roadways. otherwise, tomorrow is very bright and beautiful. skies mostly sunny. temperatures cooler than they are going to be this afternoon, and so today, in the city, 54 degrees, and 54 for morristown. cooler in monticello. montauk, 47. toms river, 49. overnight, the showers moving n becoming steady rain, especially south and east of the city. bottoming out at 36. getting so close to the freezing mark. so i say if the wet weather lingers longer it may wrap up with a little bit of snow. tomorrow, bright skies, and 47 to start your workweek. the real thing, 42 of tuesday, and the clouds will thicken. we could see a wintery mix as it gets going, and then it's rain. wednesday, periods of rain and very windy.
it looks, mostly the heaviest rains, possibly thunderstorms to start off your day, reaching the high on thursday. as the system wraps out, we anticipate passing snow showers thursday into friday. yesterday i walked out of my building, and there was a guy in shorts and a guy in flip- flops. >> there's always that one warm day that everyone wants to pretend it's summer even if it's just 24 hours. >> consider this. last sunday morning, it was 2 third quarter -- it was 1 below. this morning, 53 degrees. >> that's a crazy statistic. >> it's 4 inches long and worth $35,000. why this wad of hair from nearly 50 years ago may go down in history. >> reporter: you can have it! could you be missing out on big rewards when it comes to your credit card? the simple call that could save
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coffee reduced the risks of alcohol-related cirhosi is. the results were analyzed in the u.k. >> i don't drink coffee, so i'm in trouble. >> i have mine here. >> cheers to that. call that would send chills down anyone's spine. the irs threatening you to pay up or else. >> this phone scam has claimed thousands of victims so far. >> it's a mix of the young and the old at mets' spring training camp, but someone is missing. find out when cespedes is expected to return to the
>> reporter: the mets fans have been waiting for a decade to bask in the glory of a world series run, and the franchise is capitalizing on this. as of thursday, the mets have ticket packages. it's a team that appeals to all ages because they are from all ages. some are trying to move they can move up, and others are trying to prove they still have got it. otis livingston is with the mets. >> reporter: there's no way the mets would have attracted the 1500 fans for the first practice for pitchers and catchers, and that's okay. >> reporter: spring training, the players will continue to develop chemistry and comradery. >> we will be here for 6 or 7 months during the season, and
it's time to enjoy and be ready, like i said. >> reporter: even with the young arms, hardy, degrom, and syndergaard. bartolo continues to motor on. >> you look at what this guy has done. he mows you down because he is what he is, and then, with what we know his durability, look, is there a time this season, where your starting rotation is intact, and there's no history of problems? he could pitch out of the bull pen and do very, very well. >> reporter: the biggest buzz is about the guy who is not here. yoenis cespedes, expected to show up tomorrow, 3 guys before the players' reporting date. >> he says he loved the clubhouse and the atmosphere, and he needs to be a part of it. he's coming in to be a part of
that's a huge message for the other guys. he's not just talking, he's forker really. i think it will be a big push for everyone in the clubhouse. >> reporter: collins said he loves the role of superstar, but he also wants to win. met fans want him to stand out like he did most of the summer team. the 1996 lost 11 of 12 coming into the last night, and robin lopez was on turbo mode to start this game. 16 of 26 coming in the opening quarter and the knicks led by 24, but minnesota would rally in the 4th, and then there was carmelo anthony. fending off the wolves, and the knicks hang on to win it. the devils lost last night, and for cbs 2 news sports, i'm
>> up next, today's top stories. >> this morning the nypd has so many questions about the shoot that injured two officers. we will have the latest on their condition. free wifi in the city? the system to get you connected almost anywhere in new york, but will your information be safe? this is cbs 2 news this morning. e sttinrn aillewi uoa utox st anab. t 0 g lo a dnldspds
that left two policemen and a suspect injured. who fired the rounds that struck the officers? they look real and even pass the pen detector test, but these $100 bills are fake. we have a warning about the counterfeit cash from local businesses. another spring-like day ahead, and there's showers headed our way this evening. cbs 2 news continues right now. just after 6:30 on this sunday, february 21st, i'm andrea grymes. >> and i'm diane macedo, but first, vanessa has a look at the forecast. >> reporter: definitely mild when compared to what you see is seasonal. able about 10 degrees above normal. yesterday it was like 15
it's still going to be pleasant this morning, but rain is on the way. 51 in central park, and it's 41 in linden. last week, it was 1 below at this point in time, and now it's 51. that sounds like quite the transition, doesn't it? which do you prefer? sub zero or way above. here's the vortex satellite and radar, and a few thin clouds moving above. the clouds will thicken by noon, and 52 degrees and partly sunny. by 3:00, mostly sunny. rain will be moving in, mainly south and east of the city, and that's where the steadier stuff will be. by 9:00 tonight, it's still raining out there 45 degrees. coming up, we will talk about the system moving out, bringing us rain fall before it completely leaves the building. we will talk about a big storm
andrea and diane, back to you. breaking news out of syria this morning. john kerry announced a cease fire deal in syria's 5-year civil war. the details of the provisional agreement need to be worked out but hopes it will be implemented soon. two nypd officers are recovering after being shot during a confrontation with a suspected in brooklyn. >> ilana gold has more from the kings county hospital. >> reporter: andrea, both of the officers are expected to make a full recovery. one is being treated here at kings county hospital, and he was shot in the hip. it's unclear if the suspect shot them. police say it could have been friendly fire that left the neighborhood riddled with bullets. >> reporter: frantic moments at lexington avenue on saturday morning.
you can see one getting put in the ambulance. >> i just heard a million shots rumble off and wake me up out of my sleep. >> reporter: officer william reddin with a gun shot to his hardship, and officer andrew yurkiw recovering after being shot in his bullet proof vest. say? approached jamal funes, and he pointed a revolver at them, and took off. they called for backup, and he slammed headon into a police cruiser. 30 bullets were unloaded, most f not at all by no police. it's unclear if the officers were hit by friendly fire or by
>> we have to know where the officers were at the time. shooter was in the vehicle throughout the whole incident. jamal funes also shot and critically injured. a career criminal with a a record in illinois, north carolina, and new york. here he was convictioned in 2007 and served prison time. criminal charges against the suspect are still pending. at last check, he was in critical condition at brookdale hospital. in east flatbush, brooklyn, ilana gold, cbs 2 news. back in 1989 officer yurkiw's father, paul was also shot while working. as with his son, the elder bullet-proof vest.
prevent his shooter from psyching parole next month. justice for peter liang. protesters chanted and held signs yesterday at cadman plaza park. he was convicted of man slaughterer in the 2014 shooting of an unarmed man in new york. counterprotesters also rally aid cross the street saying justice for akai gurley must be served. >> liang will be sentenced april 14th, facing up to 15 years in prison. friends and family are grieving the loss of canarsie man who died from a possible hazing incident at buffalo state college.
police are investigating if he was hazed off campus. friends say he had been vomiting, losing weight, and in and out of the hospital for several weeks, and his parents think he may have been given a toxic drink. >> a healthy young man couldn't just have the flu and deteriorate like that. >> reporter: the school suspended the college fraternity. the national chapter said they do not condone and strictly prohibits any illegal acts including hazing of any form. this is is a photo -- this is a photo of a man he sent a victim he robbed from a dating app. he tried the same thing with a
police are warning people going around. several stores and restaurants have been duked. surveillance video shows two phony bills passing by a clerk. they pass the marker test because it was made using a real 5-dollar bill, so clerks are being urged to check the hologram. the irs impersonators are preying on people who are afraid the feds are after them. carolyn gusoff with more. >> my name is steve martin and i'm calling regarding an enforcement action. >> reporter: they are scammers using celebrity names before launching a threat. >> reporter: this retiree got two calls. >> this will result in an
judge or grand jury for a federal criminal offense. >> it sounds threatening. >> reporter: the reporter says to be from the irs or the treasury department with urgent instructions. >> it sounds like they will lock you up and put you away, and that's not right. >> reporter: the irs says it's the largest scam in the history of the irs. often with frightened callers call back, they direct them to wal-mart. >> do you know your nearest wal- mart store? >> yes, i do. >> don't act smart with me, okay? >> okay. >> reporter: wal-mart the go- too store. he says he wants small warnings replaced with detail signage. >> to have employees
out a money order to the irs say you better wait. there's a scam going on. >> reporter: the irs says angry business. >> the irs will never demand owed. first they end you letters. $30 million. untraceable. they appear to be coming from u.s. area codes, but officials numbers. long up they advise and report the threat to the attorney general's inspector general. a spokesperson for wal-mart said they are taking additional steps to inform people about scams involving government entitities.
the area near marist college. no one was hurt. free wifi is coming to a city corner near you, but is it secure? we will look at the new system to get you connected at warp speed. >> lady was yelling, please help my son. he's only 15 years old. >> a good samaritan remembers the moment a helicopter fell from the sky in hawaii, and new video from his attempt to save everyone on board. first, here's vanessa murdock with your forecast. a beautiful start to the day, rain, and then maybe even snow. there's a lot to discuss.
6:43. 51degrees outside. we are in for another spring- like day today. maybe not as warm as yesterday, but vanessa murdock will have the details on what to expect looking at the beautiful empire state building right now. imagine how much money it would take to buy a lock john lennon's hair this 4-inch tuft just sold for wait for it, $35,000. a german hairdresser kept it after he gave him a haircut for "how i won the war." >> i want to meet the guy who bought the hair, like why? >> big fan of john lennon, but i'm not sure i want anyone's hair. alice gainer is giving us a look at wifi kiosks popping up across the city.
the kiossk where you can use the wifi, usb charging, or call emergency services. >> with this effort, we are moving much closer to becoming the most innovative, most accessible, most tech friendly city in the nation and anywhere in the world. >> reporter: link nyc has a dozen kiosks along 3rd avenue. when the project is complete, they will be in all the boroughs, hang up the phone, it's free. >> for me it would be a good thing. >> reporter: you need one right now? >> yes. >> i would use it, definitely. >> if it was an emergency, yeah.
access to the internet is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. some are concerned about how secure the internet is. >> we have an encrypted connection, so the latest generation of phones will be able to use the encrypted network. >> i will say it's the most secure public wifi network with prevent hacking. >> reporter: as for the upkeep to keep them from going the graffiti-ridden way of the pay phone, maintenance will be performed twice a week. the radius of the wifi is 150 feet. the project is being funded through advertising revenue that will also generate revenue for the city. >> kiosks, it's a tongue twister. good-bye to the pay phone. that's a little sad.
>> and clean more importantly. time to check in with vanessa murdock who also looks very clean this morning. >> i was going to add to that. clean for you. i don't think it will take long before they look like the pay phones. we hope they stay nice and shiny. looking for the forecast this morning, we will check with your weather watchers to check on their opinions on the current conditions. very mild in the city. there we go. very mild in the city. central park, around 51. as we look to the west, 39 degrees says dana. clear skies in cedar grove, new jersey. we will trek on out to long island. 41degrees says joann pulio in sky village. clouds are clear there as well. we had sunrise 5 minutes ago, and it's a bright start to your sunday, but the clouds will be following in. here we go. live outside right now, lovely look from high atop of the
it's 51 degrees, and the west, northwest winds at 7 miles an hour. what can you expect from the forecast, first off, very mild today, warming into the 50s, and increasing clouds as the day advances, and late afternoon and evening, rain will move in especially south and east of the city, and as it makes its exit, close to the midnight hour a few snow flakes are certainly possible, and we will be watching that. just be cautious if you're out driving for slick roadways, and the then the larger system, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and possibly lingering into the friday it looks to be a beast of a storm with impacts on your wednesday night drive home and especially your thursday commute. first we want to focus on what is happening out there. looking good to end your weekend, and as mentioned, things will be changing today. low pressure making its way off in the east, north easterly direction, and this center of
we will see increasing clouds, and the wet weather will follow. showers will move in, and the rain is more steady to the 8:00 p.m. hour, and it will likely continue until midnight, and as it moves out to sea, we could see a transition to snow because you can see the older air is moving in. tomorrow will be pretty out there, just cooler. highs in the 40s to start your workweek. attitude, the clouds will increase, and wet weather will follow. showers on tuesday with serious soaking raining wednesday into thursday. this low will come out of the deep south, bringing with it a lot of moisture. right now, looking to track to the west, and we will have warm air moving in, and with that the system looks to bring mostly rain, and the heaviest rain wednesday into thursday, and that's why i said the impact could be on the commute. it's possible we will have thunderstorm activity as the system makes its way on through.
also be windy with the storm, especially wednesday into thursday. friday, there could be wrap around snow showers with it. friday, chilly and a little bit of wintery weather that day. for today, 54 degrees, and the clouds will thicken. rain will move in after 4:00, showers will possible, and the rain is more steady headed to darkness, and persists until roughly midnight, and we could see a little bit of snow as it makes its exit. we do not expect accumulating snow, but we could have slick spots out there. overnight, temperatures will be dropping. 36 overnight the low in the city. and skies will clear headed into tomorrow morning. by amp, 47, beautiful bright skies. winds tomorrow out of the north, northeast at 5-10 miles an hour. and here we go into tuesday. 42degrees, increasing clouds, and the system will make its way in, and we will likely see a few showers, and might be
possible, north of the city especially. wednesday, 45 degrees, periods of rain. overnight wednesday into thursday, soaking rain anticipated with the high of 50 on thursday, and windy the whole time. laid thursday into friday, wrap around snow showers possible. those i don't expect to stick, but it will be chilly on friday with the stiff breeze. >> i feel like yesterday was so nice, i'm ready to make do with whatever we have. i had my coat on, but i was enjoying it. >> i still had on my puffy coat yesterday. thank you, vanessa. a dozen strangers jumped into action when a helicopter tour took a turn on thursday morning. a family was about to take a helicopter tour when another helicopter started to fly extremely low.
his seat and couldn't get out. after 10 minutes under water, up. >> he was just as blue as a crayon, and to me he appeared dead. >> thankfully for the teen, one of the good samaritans was a critical care nurse, and she was able to clear his airways and started doing compressions, arrived. all five people on board the helicopter survived. >> that's an amazing rescue they were able to do all that in such a short period of time. >> great the strangers were there to help. >> the new jersey devils' playoff chances are on thin ice after facing the capitals. >> and carmelo anthony hopes they can snap a 7-game losing streak. >> reporter: dot knicks still have a chance to make the playoffs? playoffs? they would settle for another game. lay have lost 11 of 12 coming
lopez was on turbo mode last night. 16 of the opening 26 points in the 4th quarter, and carmelo anthony fend off the wolves with a game high 30. the knicks hang on to win. the devils skating with the capitals, and i think it's a foregone conclusion that washington will grab the top spot in the east. a pair of late goals would clinch washington's 43rd win of the season. for cbs 2 news, i'm steveover myer. have a great day. a journey into the wild. cbs sunday morning will take us
seth moore has found something to do. >> reporter: sure they are monkeys, but have you felt like this? who could refuse a steam bath? this guy is so relaxed, he went quite keep his eyes open. these snow monkeys come down from the mountains of japan seeking warmth, and many americans come in seeking them. we made our way in with a group of photographers, led by mark hemmings. >> i'm not so much a wildlife photographer per se, but i like photographing them because they have human characteristics. >> they have the life. >> reporter: these teachers first saw them in national geographic. >> we see them relaxing and doing something we enjoy doing. >> reporter: the primates preserve to bathe during
makes the perfect backdrop. >> right now there's snowfalling with overcast skies, and that produces a nice, soft appearance for the monkey face, and because they are snow monkeys, we want snow. >> the snow monkeys of japan plusst nominee jennifer jason lee, and box that reveal hidden secrets. those stories and more on sunday morning at 9:00. those monkeys have the same expression as any of us when you're like awe! >> just hanging out in a hot tub in the middle of winter. >> i'm not a fan of winter, but hanging out with snow monkeys, you may be a happy camper. the new apps that take care of your pet when you're not home. we will check on the top
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. it just sounded like a million shots waking me up out of my sleep. new information about the man police were pursuing just before he and two police officers were shot in brooklyn. a developing story in michigan where a gunman went on a random shooting spree, different locations. the results are in for hillary clinton and donald trump. and the next candidate to throw in the towel. cbs 2 news this saturday morning continues right now. good morning. coming up on 7:00 a.m. on this sunday, february 21st. i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm andrea grymes. the top stories are straight ahead, but first, vanessa murdock has the forecast for