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>> everyone is heartbroken, her boyfriend, especially. i don't know how anyone could have handled it. >> reporter: it happened on union boulevard in east islip. the victim's brother, tj libner spoke briefly about his sister. >> the best person you could ever think of, a beautiful person. i loved her a lot. >> reporter: brunetti lived with her son and boyfriend who recently move inside. a steady stream of grieving friends and family are all dealing with the loss of a young woman who epitomized being a good daughter, sister, friend and above all, mother. >> she loved her kid and would do anything for him. i don't know how he will take it. he is only 5. >> reporter: suffolk county police are investigating a possibility of a medical condition for the driver, possibly saying that she blacked out.
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treated for minor injuries. we are live in east islip, emily smith. >> emily, thank you. new information on the self- proclaimed red light robin hood, moments after confessing to our cameras last night, the long island map was arrested, and police are warning that any would-be copycats would not be tolerated. carolyn gusoff has more. carolyn? >> reporter: alice, he said he was trying to do things legally, lobbying the legislature but it hasn't worked, so he knowingly broke the law. suffolk police said she is looking at jail time. stephen ruth, smiling broadly, said he got what he wanted. he cut the wires running dozens of red light cameras. you realize what you are doing a crime?
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i call it saving lives. >> reporter: last year, the self-proclaimed red light robin hood was charged with a victim for pointing lights s away from traffic, and in january, he cut down a camera pole. crews are splicing back together the cut wires on at least 18 cameras across suffolk county. >> in suffolk county, you have the right to respect yourself and the police department will respect that but we will not tolerate the violation of law and not tolerate the destruction of property. >> reporter: controversial cameras and $80 pines $80 -- fines are at the heat of the debate. >> this is clearly someone committing crimes to justify something. that defeats the whole purpose. >> reporter: ruth, free on $1500 bail said that the legislative process wasn't
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>> after so many speeches in front of the legislature and them turning a blind eye over and over and me telling them i'm going to hold them accountable for serious injuries and deaths, this seemed like the only way to get attention to the, and that's why i did it. i am not afraid to go to jail. if i saved one life, it's worth it. >> reporter: police say they are not taking a position on the red light camera debate. they are only taking a position on crime and if you commit one, you will be arrested. they are investigating whether or not ruth had accomplices. >> carolyn, thank you. basketball players are accused of breaking into a
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$5,000 cash charged with grand larceny. the two play inside stoney brook's first ever tournament against kentucky. a hearing is scheduled for may 2. police have a man in custody in connection with a fatal stabbing on the upper east side. a woman walking with her boyfriend on third avenue after 1:00 were confronted -by an ex- boyfriend. an argument broke out between the two men. the ex-boyfriend, xavier olivares was stabbed and died. >> we don't know what happened. >> he was a good guy? >> yeah, he was a good guy. >> gustavo rodriguez was picked up and charged. the woman would not cooperate
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>> i do not want nor will i accept the nomination for our party. that was paul ryan calling a special news conference amid growing speculation that republican insiders wanted to nominate him. >> not only did he squash the possibly that he could enter the race at the nomination but he said that the nominees should be someone who took part in the primary process. >> reporter: it moves around, alice and maurice. what may be a shermanesque or a sweeping declaration, this, amid the cruz and trump debate. >> should not be considered, period, end of story. >> reporter: he was the potential white knight but house speaker paul ryan said leave it to the candidates. >> if no candidate has a major in the first ballot, i believe that you should only choose
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participated in the primary. count me out. >> reporter: comments by ryan come as ted cruz ratcheted up the rhetoric against trump, likening him to a mob boss like in the movie "the godfather." >>donaldhas to understand he is not michael corleone. he has had should shady business deals with people who are in prison. >> reporter: trump said that the system is rigged. >> i find out i get less delegates than this guy who got his [bleep] kicked. give me a break. >> reporter: the john kasich campaign is looking at both opponents. >> anybody who chooses to drive america on the dark side is not doing a favor to the american people. we will overcome. >> reporter: on the democratic side, hillary clinton joined
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others in manhattan to talk about the gender gap. >> groceries don't cost us less. why should we be paid less? >> please do everything that you can to come out and vote. bring your friends, your neighbors. >> reporter: quinnipiac has a new poll with clinton leading sanders, 53-40 and trump is way ahead with 55%, kasich 20, and cruz 19. a wall street journal poll released yesterday had almost identical numbers. down the stretch they come. >> paul ryan doesn't want to be president this time around but the door is open for 2020? >> reporter: this wide open. if hillary clinton won, it would mean three terms of a democrat, and it's very hard to get a 4th term, and i think fdr was the last to do that. it would be tough but, boy, are
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>> didn't ryan say the same thing about being speaker? >> reporter: he said exactly that and then oh, no, no. i was in the house already. we'll see. >> dick, thank you. still ahead, another campaign controversy centering around the mayor and hillary clinton why. he said that a joke some are calling racially insensitive is all wrong. and today is equal payday, how much it makes the average women making the same as a man. women make 75 cents to every $1 men are paid. according to the latest report, women earn $10800 a year less than men but it has narrowed but won't close until the year 2059. a consumer alert on a possible strike in the northeast. nearly 40,000 verizon workers say they will hit the picket
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failed talks over benefits and job security. verizon management said it will keep the company running but customers are concerned. >> reporter: verizon workers went on strike for two weeks in the summer of 2011 and are prepared to do it again. union leaders charge that verizon wants to cut security protection, offshore jobs in the philippines and require technicians to work away from home for as long as two months. >> we'll be on strike tomorrow morning. >> reporter: it would involve technicians who work on connecting attach lines to homes and customers using landlines not hooked up to fiberoptic cables could see disruption. >> any customer who is don't have fios like brookhaven, riverhead, south hampton, east hampton, they are the most vulnerable. >> reporter: cwa union negotiators said they have offered hundreds of millions in
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changed the proposal since last august. in response, verizon said that union leaders would rather make strike threats than engage at the bargaining table. if the strike takes 1 day, 2 weeks, we are ready. verizon said it has cross trained managers to handle the union duties. >> having them on strike is a big inconvenience for the public and unfortunately, people need to do what they need to do. >> reporter: customer joanne white wants no part of the proposal to place the customers outside the u.s. >> they don't know anything and are short tempered and are waiting longer. >> reporter: some comfort for smart phone customers, both management and the union say they should not be affected. dave carlin, cbs 2news. >> verizon in return for concessions they are offering to a 6.5% wage for workers averaging $130,000 annually.
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looking for love and that search may have cost her her life, up next, the mother found murdered after meeting an online date for the first time. >> an eye shore, why will nobody move this boat some. >> and help for dream who suffer from as -- acid reflux that could present a more serious condition. we'll get better tomorrow and after that.
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he say's we should punish women who have abortions. there has to be some form of punishment. that mexicans who come to america are rapists. they're rapists. and that we should ban muslims from coming here at all. total and complete shut down. donald trump say's we can solve americas problems by turning against each other. it's wrong and it goes against everything new york and america stand for. with so much at stake, she's the one tough enough to stop trump. hillary clinton.
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a maritime mystery, confusion over who owns a boat left anchored on the new jersey coast. >> meg baker reports from atlantic highlands. >> reporter: back and forth with the tide, this abandon boat has been left to crash against the rocks here in the atlantic highlands for more than 3 weeks. >> somebody should get rid of it. nobody seems to want to take the responsibility to do it.
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of on the deck located next to where the 38-foot boat named joplin was left. a man from texas bought the boat from staten island and was attempting to move it when the storm hit. >> the fire department had a report that a boat washed up with two passengers on board and needed to be rescued. >> reporter: so where is the owner? >> he just took off. >> reporter: here is the boat at low tide sitting on the rocky shoreline. it's an expensive task to salvage a boat from the water, more than $5,000. >> trying to get the owner to take responsibility and get the boat out, it seems that the owner has taken off to texas and does not plan oncoming back. >> reporter: according to maritime law, forever touches the boat first owns it and would be responsible for removing it. so no one and no agency wants to touch it. locals have noticed the boat sitting here. >> i think it's a pretty big eyesore in the marina and needs
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>> i think the coast guard or somebody should come in and just remove it. >> reporter: the u.s. coast guard did remove the oil and fuel as a precaution. >> we are working with the coast guard and new jersey state police, the water bureaus to get a plan to get this out of here but right now, we are not sure what we are going to do. >> reporter: so the boat is left to further detire de -- deteriorate in the breaking waves. >> the boat is in the marina, but officials are nervous it will break apart when they try and remove ited. a potentially dangerous case of homeless hoarding. we showed you this mess on april 1, nine shopping carts with belongings 57ed on the ledge above the amtrak tracks near the henry hudson parkway, and 11 days later, the stuff is still there.
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for removing it and then determined that it's property of the railroad. amtrak selling cbs 2 it will remove the shopping carts in the next day or two. friends say she went on a date with a man she with the in the online and never returned. now, a man has been arrested. john blackstone reports. >> reporter: the murder of three young daughters has shocked the close-knit neighborhood. >> i just talked to her. >> justice for ingrid. nobody deserve this is. >> reporter: ingrid lyne went to a mariners' became with charlton. her and husband went to drop off their children and she was not there. police found body parts, including a foot in plastic bags in a recycling bin. >> we are working with the
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evidence leads in the direction of that victim. >> reporter: detectives connected the two cases, searched lyne's home for evidence and identified charlton as a suspect. >> we used forensic evidence dealing with telephone calls and cell phone tours and it led to a suspect. >> reporter: neighbors say that he was staying at this home, arrested monday and booked into king county jail on suspicion of murder. the investigation is ongoing. police found lyne's missing car monday night and are looking into whether he could be tied to similar crimes. john blackstone, cbs news, los angeles. >> and police say that charlton has a criminal history. producer, entertainer, and reality tv star david gest has died, found dead in a room at the four seasons hotel.
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investigators say it does not appear suspicious. he was known for being married to liza minelli and produced a film about michael jackson, a childhood friend. gest was 62 years old. lonnie quinn is in the weather center to explain the latest change. lonnie? if we are clinging to what's outside right now, it's it is sunshine. -- it's a sunny day, 57 and a north northwest wind. any time you have a northerly component to the wind direction, those temperatures are going down, and as a matter of fact, it's so cold that a freeze warning goes into effect from 2:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. from somerset to the lower hudson valley inland and fairfield, and you will notice
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will it be warmer? no. but the growing season has progressed. we have already started it. you can see this in purple. you expect to still see sub- freezing temperatures, and you'll get them. it will get cold throughout the area. the vortex satellite and radar showing the rain is out of here. it looks pretty good. the bigger picture, wet weather around buffalo and that will dry out and for the morning hours, the story will be the cold air, 37 in the city and sub-freezing temperatures north and the sky looks pretty good and it's good during the day with the sun and cloud mix and the emphasis of 57. we'll talk about the forecast and how it plays out -- how the, and it improves.
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now it's sentencing day for this west chester mother. why she will not get jail time and are those popular coin counter machines ripping you off? a big change for people who use them from td bank. i always wondered. how do they know some we'll get into that at 6:00. a piece of presidential history is up for auction at christie's at mid town manhattan and that's in the form of cognac. >> reporter: these dust-covered bottles on the display at christie's auction house are filled with the french liqueur. >> it's liquid history. you imagine that you can drink something which was distilled 2
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>> reporter: bart laming represents the collector. >> each vintage coincides with the presidential term of office starting with george washington in 1789 and jimming with jimmy cart mere 1977. >> reporter: you are not really looking at cognac. you're seeing history in a bottle. >> george washington was elected the first president of the united states when the grapes for this cognac were harvested. >> reporter: this bottle, harvested and distill inside 1850, the same year that 12th president zachary taylor tied and 13th president fillmore took over. so what do they taste like, anyway? a lucky few will get that opportunity as they taste bottles from 1811 when president james madison was in office or from 1914 during world war i.
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a very chocolatey, dark taste. >> reporter: but not everyone stopping by the dismay dis -- display is a collector. >> my anniversary. >> reporter: another guy said that the world cup. >> my wife would veto that. >> reporter: raegan medgie, cbs 2news. >> the bidding starts at $1, $100,000 and you have to buy all 39 bolts. >> that's quite a bar tab. we'll see if it gets better with time. up next, attacked in the middle of the street, the photos that police want to you see. >> sorry, hillary. i was running on cp time. >> i don't like that joke, bill. >> cautious politician time.
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>> just a joke? how mayor deblasio is defending a back and forthwith hillary clinton. >> and the search for alien life is getting major backing
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shock in the bronx. police say that the man in the bright red vest tried to rape a woman on a quiet street. i'm ma -- -- maurice dubois. >> and i'm alice gainer. >> hazel sanchez spoke with the stunned residents in the bronx. >> reporter: police say this man attempted to rain a woman as she walked home in the kings bridge section of the bronx, unsettling news. >> gotta be rough. you got to be careful. you got to always pay attention and keep your eyes open. >> reporter: police say when the victim reached this corner, police say that the suspect approached her from behind, tried to pull her pants down but she fought him off and the
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this video of the suspect shows him in a neighborhood restaurant, dressed in the bold outfit she was wearing -- he was wearing in the attack. his bright red vest and shoes are hard to mis. we showed the suspect's picture to women at the crime scene. >> crazy and dangerous and we need help getting people like that off the street. >> what is happening now, it's disgusting, you know. they should take him to jail. >> reporter: the victim's scream and punches scared the attacker away, and the incident is leaving residents on edge. >> scared. i try not to walk by myself now especially at night. >> reporter: many local women say they will be extra cautious in case the attacker comes back looking for a new victim. hazel sanchez, cbs 2news. >> police say that the victim
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a suffolk county teen is under arrest for allegedly spray painting a swastika outside of a deli in farmingdale. the 17-year-old girl will be arraigned at a later date. hillary clinton is facing backlash for an off-color joke meant to poke fun at mayor deblasio for his chronic lateness. >> my home girl, hillary. >> reporter: the skit at a political dinner in new york starred clinton, mayor deblasio, and leslie odom, junior, star of "hamilton." >> thanks for the endorsement, bill. took you long enough. >> reporter: this was the natter made waves. >> sorry, hillary. i was running on cp time.
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jokes like that, bill. >> reporter: cp time is shorthand for colored people people, shaping, some african- americans use for being late. clinton joked that it's good for something else. >> cautious politician time. i've been there. >> reporter: the skit was panned as awkward, painful, and cringe worthy, but deblasio, whose wife was black said it was meant to mock him and no one else. >> it was clearly a staged show, a scripted show. every actor involved, including hillary clinton and leslie odom junior thought it was a joke on a different convention. that was a whole idea. >> the clinton campaign said it agrees with the mayor but other than that, the campaign has had no comment. the water in flint, michigan is still not safe to drink. environmental officials and virginia tech researchers say that the city's water crisis is
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after an 8-month study, there was some improvement but not enough. lead levels remain above federal standards. aging pipes were are placed and ken can as added to keep lead from forming but residents are using bottled water and taking fewer showers so there is not enough water to clean the pipes. >> we have to get water moving through the pipes to speed up the rate at which the loose deposits are removed into the water. it's probably going to take months or years to get the deposits out of the pipes and to clean these pipes up. >> the virginia tech study said that the water can be used for bathing and showering and new samples will be taken later this summer. a russian billionaire is rolling out a new plan to explore deep space for alien life. and is joining forces with
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$100 million project to create a swarm of postage-sized spacecraft and teem -- send them into space with a camera, all weighing about an ounce. >> we can do more than just see the stars. we can reach them. >> we are looking to see if there is life near our stellar neighbors. >> once launched, they should reach the star system within 20 years. mark zuckerberg is a board member for the project and former director of the nasa's aims center will serve as program executive. >> just have to wait 20 years to see if it works. >> that's beyond comprehension. that's like a moon shot. coming up, we go inside billie holliday's brownstone. >> plus, chased by a bear on the ski slopes, is it real? the video is creating a big
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in tonight's living large, the home that will cost more than a song. >> one of the previous owners was jazz legend billie holliday. we go to west 87th street for a tour. >> reporter: welcome to the 5- story mansion swatted on a tree- lined block within the upper west side's central park historic district. terance harding showed us inside. >> they tried to restore to original detail. as we go through, you can see everything is in immaculate condition. >> reporter: the home built in 1910 later belonging to an american jazz musician. >> none other than billie holliday until 1959 and had jazz partying, allegedly.
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>> reporter: the cherry wood you see throughout was restored, the staircase hand carved. >> mahogany inlaid and that was one of 9 fireplaces. >> reporter: beautiful molding for the ceiling. >> 26-foot long kitchen, the italian stove and two dual dishwashers. wheats go up these amazing stairs. a masterpiece. >> reporter: the master program with plaster moulding, a king sized bed and two dressing rooms, 1 with large wardrobe doors and a makeup seat and another walk-in closet and bathroom. >> i love this bathroom, your tub, your shower and you come through here and have your study area. >> reporter: and then the third
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>> exactly, bedrooms. >> reporter: on the garden level, a media room. >> they added this barn door here which is amazing and slides across. >> reporter: and another floor. >> this is where you go to have fun, the cigar room. >> reporter: and a chilled wine cellar. >> 7700 square feet from central park west. >> reporter: how much it cost to live large here? $13million. >> good capacity for those jazz parties. >> gorgeous. what about the details? >> if you want to see the house for yourself, tomorrow. >> open house from 12:30 to 2:00, and the his and her closets? >> key. >> yeah. give the guy a chance. all right. coming up at 5:00, whether marriage helps or hurts your risk of cancer. >> plus a crazy hailstorm sweeps through dallas and 1 man's living room.
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we'll hear from him next. >> and the mysterious bank heist in brooklyn, more than a quarter of a million in cash stolen. coming up at 6:00, the simple steps you can take to protect
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bank. he say's we should punish women who have abortions. there has to be some form of punishment. that mexicans who come to america are rapists. they're rapists. and that we should ban muslims from coming here at all. total and complete shut down. donald trump say's we can solve americas problems by turning against each other. it's wrong and it goes against everything new york and america stand for. with so much at stake, she's the one tough enough to stop trump. hillary clinton.
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new video of the moments leading up to the fatal shooting death of former new orleans saints player will smith. the surveillance video shows what appears to be a hummer and mercedes suv minutes before the shooting. the hummer is driven by cardell hayes and appears to be bumped from behind by smith. the driver of the suv swerves into the other lane and speeds away. police cannot confirm the possible hit and run before the shooting but detectives are looking into it as part of the investigation. clean up efforts are under way after a storm ripped through north texas. take a look at hail the size of softballs, leaving a long path of destruction, torrential hail and winds prompting the tornado
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more than 10,000 people lost power and massive hailstones shattered the windows and roofs of this home. >> we're losing our windows. hailstones are going through our roofs, and we're losing our belongings, and that's happening here. as the window started to explode and the upper window started to explode. it was getting worse and worse. it was like there was no end to it. >> no one was seriously injured. meanwhile, this guy made the most of it and worked on his short-game swing. nice tempo. >> maybe he is the reason their windows were broken. this guy is hitting golf balls. [laughter] lonnie quinn is in with the exclusive cbs 2 forecast and it was raining here, lonnie, but nothing like that. nothing like that. hailstones, okay. i had a lot of pictures sent to facebook page. you saw the golf ball size that he was teeing up there. they were the size of my fist out there, just enormous and yes, we had rain out there, and
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it amounted to a .25" around here and came right during the morning commute and that didn't help things out. there is a look at the 63, a beautiful looking sky, sunny and 57 degrees and a north northwest wind at 14 and temperature wise, you were perfect for this time of the year, 59 was the high and it should be the high. 43 was the low. 43 should be your low. the records of 86 and 28, they another year. to be expected as we move ahead, throughout the work week, colder mornings. from this point forward your morning will get cold with milder afternoons. each and every afternoon will get warmer than the day that preceded it, and it's a nice, tranquil sunny very much for -- stretch for five days in a row, and the weekend, warm and you'll love it. we have sunny skies with the exception of the east end of long island, still clinging to
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a fine fight out there but the temperatures will get cold and an indication that the cold air is throwing in. the snow will dry out as it enters the dry air mass and the front is through the area and this is what we're dealing with. now, the reason why things will look so good is the positioning of the high pressure system. here is how it will work out. it's a dominant factor controlling our weather and it float -- floats this way and that way but it's always in the vicinity. friday, it's over the central great lakes, a cold air setup over this time of year but not this time. here's why. you have a cold front right here, textbook stuff. in front of a cold front, you have a big pool of warm air, and this high pressure system is with the clockwise circulation just grabbing the warm air and pushing it into our area, so you're fine
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and the high pushes offshore and pulls in warmer air from places like south carolina. colder out there, subbreezying north of city and tomorrow, a chilly start and a good deal of sunshine with a high of 57, and each and every day, better. 60 for the day on thursday. you will be 61 on friday. you will be 65 on saturday and we were talking yesterday, mo, i wanted to put a 70 on the board, and i've done it. i put it on for saturday, and i saw plenty of models going 72, and i'm going to inch this up slowly with more verification before i go to the 72-degree mark. the whole weekend i think will be nice. sunday, the warmer of the two days and monday, you could i don't -- find a 70-degree reading as well, a good long very much with the nice weather and rain-free.
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throw an 80 in there? >> do i hear an 82? >> how about a 90? >> i'll give you an 80 in june and give you the 90 in july. >> and no more so? >> right. >> thank you, lonnie. >> thanks, lonnie. marriages has a lot of benefits and one them could be keeping cancer at bay. a new study at the institute of california shows single men with cans her a 27% higher death rate than married men and shows a 19% decrease in death for married women. researchers examined nearly 800,000 adults and said that the emotional bonds of matrimony are a factor to keep people alive. and there is a cancer link to acid reflux. >> but there is a new procedure that can freeze the cells involved to prevent cancer. >> reporter: pizza, red wine, you love them until they cause
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>> i would wake up and feel nauseous and couldn't leave the house without throwing up. >> reporter: that was bad enough but when she was checked by her doctor, the news got worse. >> they told me that it's abnormal cells in my esophagus and i can develop cancer. >> reporter: despite the acid blocking drugs on the market -- >> in the last 25 years, esophageal cancer has increased by 5 to 6 times, the fastest rising cancer. >> reporter: but today, she is having a technique done, having the abnormal cell ms. her esophagus frozen with liquid nitrogen. >> we did deliver liquid nitrogen to the esophagus with a specialized catheter.
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the doctor sprays the liquid nitrogen on in a controlled manner to freeze the top layer of cells. >> who grows back, amazingly enough, is normal esophageal cells. >> reporter: don king had the technique years ago when it was still experimental. >> it's gone as far as i'm concerned and it won't come back. >> reporter: a big relief? >> true, very much so. >> reporter: it usually takes 3 or 4 of the freezing treatments to get rid of the abnormal cells, and recovery is easy, juice and a cookie. by the time she went home, she could eat a normal meal. even if you are taking the acid- blocking drugs, you could be getting the damage to the lower esophagus. >> thank you, doc. a snowboarder chased by a bear in japan? this video has gone viral. >> but some are wondering -- i don't know where else but the internet but some are wondering if it's real.
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it starts out as an ordinary run for australian snowboarder kelly murphy. but as the 19-year-old goes down the slopes, you can see a bear in hot pursuit. murphy claims that the video is real but critics say it may be a case of slick editing. i don't know. >> looks like wild kingdom to me. >> have to ask our slick editors about that. >> wild kingdom? don't know that? well, max does. [laughter] coming up next, prescription placebos, fake medicine could help real medical problems e veep if the patient knows. >> and helping the homeless
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taking a placebo heal you? research shows that it's possible some patients may not need drugs. dick brennan has more on prescription placebos. >> reporter: it looks like any ordinary pill but it's fake medication that doctors confirm can cure some of the most common medical conditions. >> i felt fantastic. i never felt better in my life. >> reporter: placebos worked for linda who suffers from irritable bowel syndrome. >> i felt horrible. i didn't have a life. i couldn't do anything. i couldn't plan examining. >> reporter: when she saw an a democrats for a study, she signed up. >> i was all happy. >> reporter: but she was shocked what doctors told hershey wouldn't be getting a real medicine but a placebo. >> just do it. it's a crazy idea. >> i was so disappointed. a placebo? a sugar pill? that won't work. >> reporter: but it did work. her symptoms disappeared.
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and didn't have to worry about anything. >> reporter: migraine sufferers were told they were given a placebo and their pain level was reduced 30%. psychologists say something else may be at work here. >> a little part of you is saying, hm. i wonder if this valley a placebo. maybe they are just tell ming that. >> reporter: but there are physiological reasons that they can activate the neurotransmitters as other drugs. but he said there are limits to the ma -- affect. >> we are not going to treat a tumor with a placebo. >> reporter: but in some conditions, it could change the way patients are treated. >> if a placebo is going on work for a long period of time, that's probably where you want to start.
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begin at harvard this spring. dick brennan, cbs news. the news at 6:00 starts right now. i'll see you over on tv 10/55. a mother sentenced in the drug overdose death of her 6- year-old daughter but the judge is settling her free. >> this is the only way to get attention to the, and i am not afraid to go to jail. >> police accuse this man of sabotaging red light cameras more than once and now, he time. customers out of luck after thieves steal their money from bank. the steps you can take to secure your prize positions. good evening. i'm maurice dubois. a little girl died after a mother tried to take her life
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we have the latest now on the mother's sentence. >> reporter: unable to speak, caghts lean times' lawyer tells the court on her behalf this mother would give anything to change what happened easter day 2015. >> she is my beautiful little girl and will be with me in my head every day. >> reporter: 6-year-old lacey carr and her mother were found unresponsive in their home. benadryl, morphine, and valium was found in her system. her mother pleaded guilty to multiple charges in january, and today, prosecutors red comments from lacey's teacher and her report card from first grade. >> lacey is adding and subtracting well. she perseveres through hard problems. >> reporter: prosecutors asked for jail time saying that time showed no remorse. the judge agreed that the mother is hard to sympathize with.

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